“I found it filled with many interesting things . . . .”
“For those of us who have admiration and affection for the university and the city of Ann Arbor, it is fascinating reading.”
—Gerald R. Ford, 38th President of the United States
“Marwil clearly documents the great impact of the University of Michigan in shaping the town’s history, but succeeds in portraying Ann Arbor’s own character and identity. . . . a delightful book.”
—Robert M. Warner, Dean Emeritus, School of Information and Library Studies, University of Michigan, and former Archivist of the United States
Jonathan Marwil is a historian and the author of The Trials of Counsel: Francis Bacon in 1621 and Frederic Manning: An Unfinished Life.