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Historic Ann Arbor: An Architectural Guide

By Deborah Holdship

by Susan Winesberg and Patrick McCauley

Cover image: Historic Ann ArborThe Ann Arbor Historical Society recently released this guidebook to Ann Arbor’s most significant historic buildings and neighborhoods. U-M graduates will be pleased to find more than 40 campus buildings (Hill Auditorium, the Earl V. Moore Building, and the Power Center for Performing Arts, to name a few) among the 350 sites detailed in the book.

Style sections describe those of the 19th and 20th centuries including Mid-Century Modern. Superb examples of this style can be found in many parts of Ann Arbor, from residences to commercial sites. Architects include Albert Kahn, Eero Saarinen, William Muschenheim, and more.

Deborah Holdship

Deborah Holdship

DEBORAH HOLDSHIP is the editor of Michigan Today. She joined the University in 2007 as editorial manager in the marketing communications department at the Ross School of Business, where she was editor of Dividend magazine for five years. Prior to working at Michigan, Deborah was associate director of publications at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. From 1988-2001, Deborah worked in the entertainment industry in Los Angeles, where she was a reporter and editor at Billboard magazine and an associate editor and video producer at LAUNCH media. Follow her on Twitter: @michigantoday.