Is the top postcard of the YWCA located on Ann Arbor Street? If so, one of my first jobs was Project Coordinator of a program called Magic Me and we went to that building when it was a nursing home.It was nice seeing the postcard.
I'm not sure on the top postcard. Anyhone else have info in its location?
I believe Sylvia is thinking of the Stockton Mansion on Ann Arbor street. If memory serves -- the old YWCA was downtown on East First Street.Love this site, by the way, but am too "tubes deficient" to figure out how to have a screen name.
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