CITY OF ANN ARBOR ITS RESOURCES AND ADVANTAGES (Google eBook)

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Page 28 - Students obtain board and lodging in private families for from three to five dollars a week. Clubs are also formed in which the cost of board is from one dollar and a half to two dollars and a half a week.
Page 4 - Lakes, the weather is not so cold in winter or so warm in summer as in many other places on the same parallel of latitude.
Page 26 - Departments are open to women on the same conditions as to men. The fees for Michigan students are lower than the fees for students from elsewhere.
Page 36 - I think you would do the people, not only of the State of Michigan, but also of the entire country, a service, if you would withhold your executive approval from this bill. "Respectfully, HW WILEY. Chief.
Page 22 - Michigan for the University museum. The late Henry C. Lewis, of Coldwater, bequeathed to the University his valuable collection of works of art comprising about six hundred and fifty paintings and forty pieces of statuary. This collection has recently come into the possession of the University. It has been placed provisionally in the art...
Page 3 - As the distance was too great for frequent visits, the wives of the two families used to meet in a beautiful grove half way distant from each home. Their husbands called this meeting place Ann's Arbor as each wife had the name of Ann.
Page 18 - Acting in accordance with the spirit of the great Ordinance of 1787, Congress made grants of land to Michigan, 19 ST.
Page 42 - Arbor show that the volume of business has more than doubled in the last six years though at that time it was the only railroad then reaching the place.

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