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The Martha Cook Building first housed women students of the University of Michigan in 1915. New York lawyer William W. Cook, a Michigan alumnus, donated the building. The Collegiate Gothic residence was named for Cook's mother, Martha W. C…
Horace H. and Mary A. Rackham, generous donors to the University of Michigan, established the Rackham Fund in 1933 "for the benefit of humanity." Feeling that the graduate school offered possibilities of the most far-reaching benefits, the Rackham…
Four World Records Established on Ferry Field at the Big Ten track meet Ann Arbor May 25, 1935
Broad Jump 26 ft. 8-1/4 inches.220 yds low hurdles 22.6 seconds.220 yd sprint 20.3 seconds.100 yd dash 9/4 seconds.
Jesse Owens 1913 - 1980Design …
(side 1)The Delhi Bridge was one of many Pratt through truss iron bridges built to order by the Wrought Iron Bridge Company of Canton, Ohio, between 1876 and 1899 to span the Huron River. It was listed in the National Register of Historic Places i…
Built in 1886, and conceived by Frederick Spier, the design of this granite block building was influenced by the Romanesque style of the great American architect Henry Hobson Richardson. The massive arch and two-foot thick walls are balanced by si…
In 1831 Father Patrick O'Kelly came from Detroit to minister to the Irish Catholics in the Washtenaw area. He offered his first mass in Ann Arbor on July 12, 1835, in a home located on land bounded by Detroit, Kingsley and Fifth Streets. St. Thoma…
In memoryof all veteranswho served our countryin time of war
In memory of the soldiers and sailors of Washtenaw County who served in the Civil War, 1861-1865, also those who served in the war with Spain, 1898. Erected A. D. 1914.