Category Archives: Works Consulted

“About Us | Gratzi.” 2016. Accessed December 29.

“Achilles Ann Arbor Diner and Restaurant | Greek Restaurant | Coneys.” 2017. Accessed January 3.

“Alpha Delta Pi – University of Michigan – About.” 2016. Accessed November 10.

“Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pi Chapter.” 2016. Alpha Epsilon Phi, Pi Chapter. Accessed November 9.

“American History – Part 1 — The Growing Nation (1777 – 1830).” 2017. Accessed January 4.

“Ancient Greece/Mythology Camp.” 2016. Rec & Ed Camps. Accessed December 23.

Andrew1860. 2011. “A Greek Revival Temple: Girard College, Philadelphia, PA.” Southern Folk Artist & Antiques Dealer/Collector. January 24.

“Ann Arbor | Rustbelt Arts.” 2016. Accessed November 11.

“August 11, 2015 – Picture of Mezes Greek Grill, Ann Arbor – TripAdvisor.” 2017. Accessed January 3.

“Bacchanalia | Greco-Roman Festival |” 2016. Accessed December 29.

“Bank Of PA.” 2016. Accessed November 21.

“Birmingham Road.” 2016. Accessed November 16.

Brown, Steve. 2013. Zion Lutheran Church in Ann Arbor. Photo.

Calvo-Sotelo, Pablo Campos. 2006. The Journey of Utopia: The Story of the First American Style Campus in Europe. Nova Publishers.

“Churches.” 2016. Ann Arbor District Library. Accessed December 9.

Cocks, James Fraser, Michigan Historical Collections., and Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Committee. 1974. Pictorial History of Ann Arbor, 1824-1974. v, 142 p. [Ann Arbor, Mich.]: Michigan Historical Collections/Bentley Historical Library, Ann Arbor Sesquicentennial Committee.

“Decorative Sculpture and Statuary by Nethercraft.” 2016. Accessed December 5.

DePuy, Cora. 1895. “Randolph Rogers’ Ann Arbor Life | Old News.”

“Early Town.” 2016. Accessed November 2.

Finkel A, Ken. 2013. “Salvaging Parts of the Greek Revival.” PhillyHistory Blog. September 3.

Finkel B, Ken. 2013. “Benjamin Henry Latrobe’s ‘First Great Structure.’” PhillyHistory Blog. September 18.

Finkel, Ken. 2011. “Philadelphia as Athens of America: More than Skin Deep.” PhillyHistory Blog. September 15.

Fulmer, David. 2006. Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church. Photo.

“Girard College: Founder’s Hall.” 2016. Accessed November 22.

Goff, Alice., and Megan. Cooney. 2010a. Remembering Ann Arbor. x, 134 p. Nashville, Tenn.: Trade Paper Press.

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“Hidden City Philadelphia | Founder’s Hall, Girard College.” 2016. Accessed November 22.

“History | University of Michigan Medical School.” 2016. Accessed November 15.

“History of the City of Clio.” 2016. Accessed November 2.{6906C14D-1978-4BE9-B79F-01657FAD2A54}.

“How Cities Got Their Names Part 10.” 2016. Pure Michigan Connect. Accessed November 3.

“How Did Cities Get Their Names? Part 7.” 2016. Pure Michigan Connect. Accessed November 3.

“How Did Cities Get Their Names? Part 8.” 2016. Pure Michigan Connect. Accessed November 3.

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“Information About ‘A2greekorthodox.jpg’ On Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church – Ann Arbor – LocalWiki.” 2016. Accessed November 17.

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“Judge Robert S. Wilson House, (Wilson-Wahr House) 1835, 1843.” 2016. Ann Arbor District Library. Accessed December 5.

“Key Bank Building Facade Restoration.” 2016. Accessed December 9.

“Kolossos – Ann Arbor, MI.” 2017. Yelp. Accessed January 3.

“Lane Hall.” 2016. Accessed November 15.

“LCA Fraternity | A Lifetime of TRUE Brotherhood.” 2016. Accessed November 8.

LeBlanc, Anita. 2016. “Minerva and Cthulhu – An Epic Goddess Meets Monster Art.” Ann Arbor Observer. Accessed December 5.

Mann, James Thomas. 2003. Ypsilanti in the 20th Century. Arcadia Publishing.

“Maps and Directions.” 2016. Accessed November 7.

Marwil, Jonathan. 1991. A History of Ann Arbor. University of Michigan Press.

“Michigan Chi Omega.” 2016. Michigan Chi Omega. Accessed November 8.

“Michigan State Name Origin.” 2017. Accessed January 5.

“Michigan’s Boundaries.” 2017. Accessed January 5.

“Muse.” 2016. Ancient History Encyclopedia. Accessed November 11.

“Northwest Territories.” 2017. Accessed January 4.

“Park Rental.” 2016. Accessed December 15.

“Photo Album | Gratzi.” 2016. Accessed December 27.

Poppeliers, John C. 2003. What Style Is It?: A Guide to American Architecture. ix, 152 p. New York: John Wiley.[u]: mdp.39015056844643.

“Public Art & Design.” 2016. Arts Alliance. Accessed November 11.

“Randolph Rogers.” 2016. Wikipedia.

“Randolph Rogers | LACMA Collections.” 2016. Accessed December 19.

“Randolph Rogers, The Sculptor | Old News.” 2016. Accessed December 20.

Reade, Marjorie, and Susan Wineberg. 1998. Historic Buildings, Ann Arbor, Michigan. xxiv, 232 p. [Ann Arbor]: Ann Arbor Historic District Commission.

“Romantic Classicism And The Sublime.” 2016. StudyBlue. Accessed November 16.

Romig, Walter. 1972. Michigan Place Names; the History of the Founding and the Naming of More than Five Thousand Past and Present Michigan Communities. 673 p. Grosse Pointe, Mich.

“Sailors and Soldiers Monument.” 2016. Accessed November 17.

“Second Bank of the United States – Independence National Historical Park (U.S. National Park Service).” 2016. Accessed November 21.

“Second Bank of the United States (1824), Philadelphia, USA: Architecture, European 19th Century.” 2016. Accessed November 21.

Shackman, Grace. 1990. “The Remarkable History of the Kempf House | Ann Arbor Observer: Then & Now.”

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“Speech (1) | Faculty History Project.” 2016a. Accessed November 4.

“St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church Ann Arbor, Michigan.” 2016. Accessed November 18.

Tappan, Henry P. 1852a. A Step from the New World to the Old, and Back Again: With Thoughts on the Good and Evil in Both. 2 v. New York: D. Appleton and co.[u]: mdp.39015071622596.

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“Thano Masters | Old News.” 2016. Accessed November 10.

“Thano’s Lamplighter – Ann Arbor – LocalWiki.” 2016. Accessed December 21.’s_Lamplighter.

“The British Museum.” 2016. British Museum. Accessed December 23.

“The Collection / Gone / Heroic Figure of Michigan – President’s Advisory Committee on Public Art.” 2016. Accessed December 20.

“The Columbus Doors.” 2016. Architect of the Capitol | United States Capitol. Accessed December 20.

“The Fairmount Water Works | Domus Builds Confidence – Philadelphia General Contractor.” 2016. Accessed November 21.

“The History of Genesee, MI, Chapter V, Atlas Township.” 2016. Accessed November 2.

“The Old Library, Reading Room of the Old Library | Online Exhibits | MLibrary.” 2016. Accessed November 17.

“Thomas Anson Residence.” 2016. Accessed December 23.

Thursday, December 20, and 2007. 2016. “Key Bank Building in Downtown Ann Arbor Returns to Life of Proud Prominence.” Metromode. Accessed December 9.

Tyler, Norman Tyler and Ilene R. 2014. Greek Revival in America:: Tracing Its Architectural Roots to Ancient Athens. 1 edition. Norman Tyler and Ilene R. Tyler.

University of Michigan. 1974. Ann Arbor Architecture: A Sesquicentennial Selection. 122, [1] p. [Ann Arbor, Mich.]: University of Michigan Museum of Art.

University of Michigan Regents Michigan News. 2016. “U-M Brings Well-Known Greek, Iranian Graffiti Artists to Paint New Murals in Downtown Ann Arbor.” University of Michigan News. Accessed November 7.

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“Village of Athens.” 2016. Accessed November 2.

“Welcome To Perry County, Indiana.” 2017. Pick Perry County, Indiana. Accessed January 5.

Wineberg, Susan. 2004. Lost Ann Arbor. Images of America, 128 p. Charleston, SC: Arcadia.

Wineberg, Susan, and Patrick McCauley. 2014. Historic Ann Arbor: An Architectural Guide. x, 460 pages. Ann Arbor, MI: Ann Arbor Historical Foundation.

Wystan. 2012. First Methodist Church, McMillan Hall and Sackett Hall, S. State at E. Huron, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photo.

Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich ). 2016. “Zion Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Records.” Accessed December 6.;c=bhlead;idno=umich-bhl-86783;didno=umich-bhl-86783;view=text.

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