One might think a phantom was last month’s winner. “Nobody will know that I won!” protested Dan Coughlin, whose name was inexplicably rendered “McLaughlin” in May’s update. My apologies for the error, Dan!
“This portico is on a new trail,” says Deirdre Spencer, citing May’s clue. The “detail is on the African American Cultural and Historical Museum of Washtenaw County, 1528 Pontiac Trail.” David Karl adds that it was “built by Albert Polhemus in 1848” at 411 E. Washington. “Moving this house over the Broadway Bridge [in 2006] was a sight to see!” exclaims Susan Wineberg.
“It opened as [the museum] after a long renovation and restoration with the aid of Peter and [the late] Rita Heydon,” she continues. Karl notes that “The location is important given the history of the African American community in the Ann Arbor area.” According to the AACHM website, it is minutes away from the historic Fourth and Ann St. Black Business District and “surrounded by more than eight Underground Railroad sites,” which are included in a museum tour.
Our random drawing winner is Pamela Kittel, who will enjoy her $25 gift certificate at Zingerman’s. To enter this month’s contest, use the image and clue above and send your answer to the address below.
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