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Police Matter?

Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1986


Police Matter?
Police Matter?
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Ann Arbor City Council Approves Zoning For Club

Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1987


Ann Arbor City Council Approves Zoning For Club
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Planners Approve 2 School Conversions

Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1987


Planners Approve 2 School Conversions
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Fritz School Might Become Place Where Self-Helpers Meet

Ann Arbor News, January 7, 1987


Fritz School Might Become Place Where Self-Helpers Meet
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New Judson G. Pattengill School On Ann Arbor's South Side, February 1957

New Judson G. Pattengill School On Ann Arbor's South Side, February 1957
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Ann Arbor News, February 21, 1957
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For 1,500 Pupils: The three new elementary school buildings pictured costing a total of $2,490,197, will house up to 1,500 kindergarten through sixth graders when they open in September. The three schools were named last night by the Ann Arbor Board of Education in honor of educators who served in local public schools. The new Levi D. Wines School (top, at left) at Newport and Sunset Rds. and the Carrie M. Dicken School (bottom, at left) west of the end of Coronado Dr. each cost about $811,000. They will be finished April 15 and June 1, respectively. The Judson G. Pattengill School (above) [this photo] at Carhart Ave. and Crestland Dr. will be finished in May. It cost $867,615.
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New Carrie L. Dicken School On Ann Arbor's South Side, February 1957

New Carrie L. Dicken School On Ann Arbor's South Side, February 1957
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Ann Arbor News, February 21, 1957
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For 1,500 Pupils: The three new elementary school buildings pictured costing a total of $2,490,197, will house up to 1,500 kindergarten through sixth graders when they open in September. The three schools were named last night by the Ann Arbor Board of Education in honor of educators who served in local public schools. The new Levi D. Wines School (top, at left) at Newport and Sunset Rds. and the Carrie M. Dicken School (bottom, at left) [this photo] west of the end of Coronado Dr. each cost about $811,000. They will be finished April 15 and June 1, respectively. The Judson G. Pattengill School (above) at Carhart Ave. and Crestland Dr. will be finished in May. It cost $867,615.
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New Carrie L. Dicken School Nears Completion, February 1957

New Carrie L. Dicken School Nears Completion, February 1957
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Construction Continues On New Carrie L. Dicken School, February 1957

Construction Continues On New Carrie L. Dicken School, February 1957
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Future Carrie L. Dicken School, November 1956

Future Carrie L. Dicken School, November 1956
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Deer Hunting Season Slows Down Construction on Future Carrie L. Dicken School, November 1956

Deer Hunting Season Slows Down Construction on Future Carrie L. Dicken School, November 1956
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Ann Arbor News, November 15, 1956
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Construction Slowed: Construction progress on Ann Arbor public schools' new, $810,717 18-classroom southwest elementary shown here was virtually halted today -- after many construction men left to go deer hunting. Donald D. MacMullen, associate architect for Charles W. Lane, who blueprinted the school, said the workers who remained at construction jobs were shifted to the Newport Rd. School. Both schools are being built by the Henry W. deKoning Construction Co. Some mechanical work is going on at the southwest school west of the end of Coronado Dr. An anticipated two-week absence of some workers is not expected to delay construction of either school beyond completion dates between next May and July. MacMullen said the Newport Rd. school is 16 per cent ahead of its construction schedule, while the southwest school is 14 per cent ahead of schedule.
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