Washtenaw playground

United States, 1975

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The playground for the Washtenaw Intermediate Unit of Ann Arbor, Michigan is the most recent and most successful playground built with the assistance of the Playground Clearing House. With careful advance planning, the entire playground was built in three days. It involved the use of over a half million dollars worth of construction equipment. Narrated by Sherry Steiner.

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