Passing the Torch
The bible of local architecture is now in its third edition.
From the August, 2014 issue
First published in 1977, Historic Buildings: Ann Arbor, Michigan was initially written by Marjorie Reade as an outgrowth of the city's 1974 sesquicentennial celebration. The slim ninety-eight-page book grew out of the work of a committee assigned to identify significant historic structures in the city.
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