Take a Mental Walk Through Ann Arbor’s most Beautiful Buildings

. September 1, 2016.
photo credit: annarborhistoricalfoundation.org
photo credit: annarborhistoricalfoundation.org

Take a mental walk through Ann Arbor’s most beautiful buildings with local historians and tour guides Susan Wineberg and Patrick McCauley, authors of Historic Ann Arbor: An Architectural Guide, a new book that describes over 350 Ann Arbor buildings, their history and what makes each one unique architecturally. For UM fans, the book features 40 university buildings. Hosted by the AADL, this presentation and discussion will feature books for sale, as well as a signing.

Wednesday | September 21 | 7pm
Ann Arbor District Library Downtown | 343 S. Fifth Ave.
734-327-4200 | aadl.org | Free

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