Exhibit Locations

STATE STREET: in front of Michigan Union STATE STREET: in front of Michigan Union STATE STREET: in front of Michigan Union SOUTH UNIVERSITY and WASHTENAW SOUTH UNIVERSITY and EAST UNIVERSITY NORTH UNIVERSITY and STATE STATE and NORTH UNIVERSITY STATE and LIBERTY STATE and HURON BROADWAY at SWIFT BROADWAY BRIDGE at entrance to Broadway Park DETROIT and CATHERINE FIFTH and DETROIT EAST HURON and NORTH FIFTH COURTHOUSE SQUARE: HURON and MAIN EAST WASHINGTON and MAIN WEST WASHINGTON and ASHLEY WEST LIBERTY and ASHLEY WEST WILLIAM and MAIN EAST LIBERTY and MAIN EAST LIBERTY and DIVISION

SITE 1. LIBERTY and DIVISION: in Liberty Plaza
Residential life of early settlers and neighborhoods where prominent families lived. SITE 2. MAIN and LIBERTY: southeast corner
The shopping experience through time: department stores, changing products, theaters. SITE 3. MAIN and WILLIAM: northwest corner
Transportation and Lighting, streetcars, the interurban, Detroit Edison, parades. SITE 4. LIBERTY and ASHLEY: northeast corner
Influence of topography, including Allen Creek, on patterns of urban growth and change. SITE 5. WASHINGTON and ASHLEY: southeast corner
German immigrants' influence on city growth and identity. SITE 6. MAIN and WASHINGTON: southeast corner
Commerce and banking in the evolution of Main Street and the town. SITE 7. MAIN and HURON:
Town life and the Courthouse square SITE 8. FIFTH AVENUE and HURON: northeast corner
City services, city hall, fire and police. SITE 9a. CATHERINE and NORTH FOURTH AVENUE: southeast corner
A supply, manufacturing, and service area between river, railroad, and town. SITE 9b. FIFTH AVENUE at DETROIT: west side
SITE 10a. BROADWAY BRIDGE at entrance to Broadway Park
Lower town, transportation, town and gown. SITE 10b. BROADWAY at SWIFT: east side at north end of bridge
Lower town, transportation, town and gown. SITE 11. STATE and HURON: northwest corner
Churches and schools in town life. SITE 12. STATE and LIBERTY: east side
Entertainment and cultural change SITE 13a. STATE and NORTH UNIVERSITY: southeast corner
Impact of the University of Michigan upon local culture and commercial and residential growth. SITE 13b. NORTH UNIVERSITY and STATE: east of southeast corner
SITE 14a,14b and 14c. STATE STREET: in front of Michigan Union
Development of the University as an educational and physical presence SITE 15. SOUTH UNIVERSITY and EAST UNIVERSITY: in plaza on north side
Academic, Social and Political side of the Relationship between university and city. SITE 16. SOUTH UNIVERSITY and WASHTENAW: northwest corner
Changing patterns of residential life:fraternities, sororities, cooperatives, apartments.

Comments

Where is the Detroit Street badge code?!


Not sure, looking for it myself.


cannot find it either


I found them all!


where are the online codes???


Very interesting info!


can't find the codes either????


Where are the codes?


If you are looking for the online codes, follow the clues in aastreets.aadl.org to find them. You'll know when you do, they are clearly written at the bottom of the correct panel. If you are looking for the physical streets exhibit codes, visit the panels on the street that match the ones you found online. Check the metal roofline of the panel to find the sticker. Happy hunting!

-andrew


The last two entries unders "SITE 7. MAIN and HURON: Town life and the Courthouse square" for "Death of President Lincoln" and "Civil War Recruitment", had had their hyperlinks swapped.