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Haunted House at Michigan Theater, October 1996

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1996
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Among the haunted house's guests were Anne Stevenson and her friend, 14-month old Finn Magoon, both of Ann Arbor, who were studying tombstones but appeared oblivious to the ghost lurking in the background. The frightful, yet child-friendly Halloween event also had spooky music and films.
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1996
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Jill Anderson as a Witch at Haunted House at Michigan Theater, October 1996

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1996
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A witch, portrayed by Jill Anderson, offers a 'poison apple' to visitors to a haunted house, on the Michigan Theater stage Thursday.
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October
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1996
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Construction on Fox Village Theater, June 1979

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Ann Arbor News, June 14, 1979
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QUAD COMING — Construction workers put in place the steel girding for the addition of two movie theaters at the Fox Village Theaters in the Maple Village Shopping Center. The original Fox Village was split into two theaters last year. The quad theater complex should be completed about Aug. 1.
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1979
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Mary O'Brien, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) The fall influx of traffic people and cars. — Mary O'Brien of Ann Arbor.
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11
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1978
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Joe Guttman, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
Caption
What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) I guess I would have to say bad drivers. Especially on the expressways. — Joe Guttman of Ann Arbor.
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11
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September
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1978
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Laurie Penpraz, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Inconsiderate people who only look out for themselves. — Laurie Penpraz of Ann Arbor
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11
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September
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1978
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Bob Semple, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Standing in long lines. They seem to be a waste of time. — Bob Semple of Detroit.
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11
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1978
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Robert Sims, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Long grocery lines caused by people who pay by check and who don't get their checks approved in advance before they get into line. — Robert Sims of Ann Arbor
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11
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September
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1978
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Ken Schwartz, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) People who act unwillingly or without cause, littering, vandalism and not being responsible for their acts. — Ken Schwartz of Ann Arbor.
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11
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September
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1978
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Craig Ludwig, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Hassles at the U-M. I had to go to five different places to get information on registration and, come to find out, I wasn't given the right forms to fill out to get the information I needed. — Craig Ludwig of Ann Arbor.
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11
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September
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1978
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Jan Hurn, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Unjust things done to people. The politician who says one thing and then does the complete opposite. — Jan Hurn of Ohio.
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11
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September
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1978
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Marnee DeVine With Daughters Susan & Kathy, July 1960

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Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1960
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KENNEDY'S FRIEND AND FRIENDS: Mrs. Marnee DeVine talks a little politics with two of her four daughters, Kathy, 5, and Susan, 1 1/2. The other two DeVine girls, Margaret and Ann, are visiting their grandparents in Boston, Mass. Mrs. DeVine is a first cousin of Sen. Kennedy.
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July
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1960
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Marnee DeVine & Patricia Kennedy Lawford Attend An Ann Arbor Democratic Women's Club Reception, October 1960

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Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1960
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CAMPAIGNING COUSINS: Mrs. John B. DeVine (left) of Ann Arbor talks with her cousin, Mrs. Patricia Kennedy Lawford, at a reception yesterday in the Michigan Union. The two women are working on Democratic Sen. John F. Kennedy's presidential campaign.
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October
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1960
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DeVine Sisters Watch John F. Kennedy's Inauguration On Their Television - January 20, 1961

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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1961
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Watching their television set raptly as their "Uncle Jack" became President of the United States today were the four daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John B. DeVine of 1617 Granger Ave. Although the girls call him their "Uncle Jack," he is actually their second cousin. Mrs. DeVine is President Kennedy's first cousin. Left to right are Ann, Susan, Kathy and Margo.
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1961
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Marnee & John B. DeVine With Their Son John Kennedy DeVine, August 1964

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Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1964
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PRESIDENTIAL NAMESAKE: It may not be too many years before little John Kennedy DeVine of Granger Avenue will be old enough to travel to Cambridge, Mass., to see the John F. Kennedy Memorial Library on the banks of the Charles River. Meanwhile, his father, local attorney John B. DeVine, is busy in his post as Michigan chairman for the Kennedy library fund. Mrs. DeVine is a cousin of the late President. Her mother, Mrs. Charles J. Burke of Chestnut Hill, Mass., is a sister of Joseph P. Kennedy. Little John's sisters, Margot, Ann, Kathleen and Susan, are visiting Mrs. Burke now at her summer home in North Scituate, Mass. Contributions to the Kennedy Library may be mailed to the John F. Kennedy Library, Inc., at 260 Tremont St., Boston, Mass. 02116, or to P. O. Box 659, Detroit, Mich.
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August
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1964
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Spectators Loiter At The Scene Of A Car Accident On Plymouth Road, August 1954

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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1954
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This was the scene after a two-car crash last night that severely injured Donald G. Bachman, director of Washtenaw's Veteran Service Center. Bachman's car, which was headed east on Plymouth Rd. is at the right where it came to rest following the crash. At the left is the wreckage of the westbound car of Arthur E. Inch of Dearborn, who was arrested for drunken driving following the accident. He, too, was injured. In the center, Deputy William Soucie moves spectators away from the wreckage.
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August
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1954
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Members Of The New Black Repertory Company Dance At A Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, January 1977

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Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1977
Caption
Today is the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's birth, but the Ann Arbor Public Schools commemorated the event yesterday, with an in-service afternoon program for teachers and administrators at Pioneer High. Following presentations by Supt. Harry Howard, Asst. Supt. Robert Potts, and Prof. James Standifer of the U-M Music School there was a program by a jazz quartet of local musicians, which included Pioneer High teacher Robert Elliott on drums. The remainder of the program was furnished by artists of the New Black Repertory Company, including dancers, shown above in "African Welcome Dance." Other company members presented poetry and song to honor Dr. King. The company has also scheduled public appearances Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights next week at Mack Elementary School. (Staff photos by Jack Stubbs)
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January
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1977
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Pioneer High Teacher Robert Elliott Drums With A Jazz Quartet At A Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration, January 1977

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Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1977
Caption
Today is the anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King's birth, but the Ann Arbor Public Schools commemorated the event yesterday, with an in-service afternoon program for teachers and administrators at Pioneer High. Following presentations by Supt. Harry Howard, Asst. Supt. Robert Potts, and Prof. James Standifer of the U-M Music School there was a program by a jazz quartet of local musicians, which included Pioneer High teacher Robert Elliott on drums. The remainder of the program was furnished by artists of the New Black Repertory Company, including dancers, shown above in "African Welcome Dance." Other company members presented poetry and song to honor Dr. King. The company has also scheduled public appearances Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights next week at Mack Elementary School. (Staff photos by Jack Stubbs)
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January
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1977
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"Madame Sonja" (Susan Tobias) Tells A Fortune At A Children's Circus, August 1960

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Ann Arbor News, August 23, 1960
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Susan Tobias tells a tremendous fortune.
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August
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1960
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Interior Of The Newly Opened Gandy Dancer Restaurant, December 1970

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1971
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The newly opened Gandy Dancer restaurant has followed the owner's previous philosophy of "unique settings" for restaurant operations. Two of the old benches used in the waiting room by Penn Central Railroad customers remain in the main dining room. The solid brass light fixtures were brought in from the closed portion of the Penn Central station in Detroit. The 24-foot-high ceiling still contains the inlaid solid oak floor, which, of course, now has been refinished.
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December
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1970
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Welders Repair The Wall Street Bridge, March 1979

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Ann Arbor News, March 3, 1979
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Sparks and Masked Men - This isn't a demolition team sabotaging a bridge. Rather, it's the other way around: a car did the dirty work by smashing into railings of the Wall Street bridge over the Huron River. Pierce and Bud Patton are welding the damaged section. (Staff Photo By Jack Stubbs)
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March
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1979
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Tony Kilbourne Changes the Marquee at the State Theater, April 1997

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Ann Arbor News, April 18, 1997
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Tony Kilbourne, an employee of Michigan Signs Inc. of Ann Arbor, puts himself in a bit of a precarious perch Thursday while working on the State Theatre marquee above the Urban Outfitters store on South State Street at E. Liberty Street.
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1997
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Ron Weiser and Russ Collins Discuss Michigan Theater Renovation, April 1997

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Ann Arbor News, April 23, 1997
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Ron Weiser, left, chairman of the Michigan Theater's board of trustees and Russ Collins, the theater's executive director, look over plans of the theater renovation and expansion.
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Allison Bower Decorates the Christmas Tree at Michigan Theater, November 1994

Allison Bower Decorates the Christmas Tree at Michigan Theater, November 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1994
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Allison Bower, 8, of Saline, stretches to throw a garland high atop the Michigan Theater's Christmas Tree during Sunday's tree trimming party and Christmas sing-along sponsored by the Kiwanis. Santa Claus also put in an appearance at the annual event. Sunday marked the beginning on advent, the season that leads to Christmas for Christians.
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1994
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Construction Workers Replace Railings on Wall Street Bridge, October 1959

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Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1959
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Bridge Improvements: Walkways and new metal railings will replace high concrete railings at the Wall St. bridge when the work there is completed. The new railings will permit drivers a better view of traffic at the Island Dr.-Wall St. intersection. New construction work in that area also includes a traffic circle system at Wall St. and Maiden Lane.
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October
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1959
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Wall Street Bridge Gets New Railings, November 1959

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Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1959
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Wall Street Bridge Improved: Improvements to the Wall St. bridge should aid traffic safety and driving ease. The top picture [this photo] is a view facing west from Fuller St. and the bottom a view facing east from Maiden Lane. To improve drivers' view of traffic, high concrete bridge railings were removed and new metal railings installed. Walkways were also constructed on the bridge. Changes on the bridge were part of the general street improvements being made in the area.
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1959
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View of Wall Street Bridge From Maiden Lane, November 1959

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Ann Arbor News, November 27, 1959
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Wall Street Bridge Improved: Improvements to the Wall St. bridge should aid traffic safety and driving ease. The top picture is a view facing west from Fuller St. and the bottom [this photo] a view facing east from Maiden Lane. To improve drivers' view of traffic, high concrete bridge railings were removed and new metal railings installed. Walkways were also constructed on the bridge. Changes on the bridge were part of the general street improvements being made in the area.
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27
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November
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1959
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Contractors Work To Remove Wall Street Bridge Demolition Debris From The Huron River, September 1982

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1982
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A crane removes debris from the former Wall Street bridge over the Huron River
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September
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1982
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Crowd Waits in Line to See Arachnophobia at Michigan Theater, July 1990

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Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1990
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SPIDER SHOW — Patrons of the arts — with maybe a spider lover or two among them — gather Tuesday outside the Michigan Theater in Ann Arbor to see the Midwest premiere of 'Arachnophobia,' shown as a benefit for the Garage Theater in Chelsea.
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1990
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Michigan Theater manager Raymond Mesler and Chris Therral Delaporte, July 1980

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Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1980
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HEADS UP — The soaring ceiling of the Michigan Theatre lobby attracts the attention of theater manager Raymond Mesler and Chris Therral Delaporte, director of the U.S. Interior Department's Heritage Conservation and Recreation Service. Delaporte was in Ann Arbor Monday to review the agency's Lake Central Regional Office at the Federal Building, and took time to tour two historic sites, the theater and Kempf House. Created in 1978, Delaporte's agency assumed most of the functions of the former Bureau of Outdoor Recreation, the Office of Archeology and Historic Preservation, and the National Natural Landmarks Program.
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Ricky Keller and James Reid Work on Michigan Theater Sign, June 2000

Ricky Keller and James Reid Work on Michigan Theater Sign, June 2000 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 2, 2000
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Ricky Keller, left, and James Reid from O'Neal Construction Inc. in Ann Arbor remove letters Thursday from the Michigan Theater marquee in downtown Ann Arbor.
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Melinda Ronca, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) People who are uptight and don't want to recognize you when they pass by you. — Melinda Ronca of Ann Arbor.
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11
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September
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1978
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Chuck Kyllonen, "On The Street" Interviewee in front of State Theater, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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What makes you angry? (Asked in front of the State Theatre.) Basically, general bureaucracy. Like when I opened a new bank account as was told I can't take my money out for 10 days. All that red tape. — Chuck Kyllonen of Pennsylvania.
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September
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1978
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The Guy A. Wood Jr. Family, April 1946

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Ann Arbor News, May 2, 1946
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International triangle - Guy A. Wood, III, center, is shown with his parents upon his arrival in Ann Arbor this week. The seven-month-old youngster was born in England after the first lap of his mother's journey from Capetown, South Africa, to the United States. Mrs. Wood, whose home was in Capetown, met her husband, a former RCAF flight lieutenant, while he was a patient in a Capetown hospital.
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April
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1946
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Ned Richardson at Temporary Drive in Theater for 8mm Film Fest, July 1989

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Ann Arbor News, July 11, 1989
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BIG SCREEN — Ned Richardson takes a look at the temporary screen Eyemediae of Ann Arbor of Ann Arbor put up before hosting a drive-in movie at Elbel Field yesterday. Subsequent films in the festival will be shown at Eyemediae, 214 Fourth Ave. The series will continue until July 23 with Rainer Werner Fassbinder's 'The Bitter Tears of Petra von Kant' being shown at Eyemediae tonight.
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1989
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Renovation at Michigan Book & Supply, July 1989

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Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1989
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NEW LOCATION — Remodeling of the old Kresge store at S. State Street and N. University Avenue into the new location for Michigan Book and Supply was in full swing Friday. Putting in a new doorway are Art Hendricks, on ladder, Fred Walton, right, and Bill Beard.
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1989
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Volunteers Paint The Michigan Theater Dressing Rooms, November 1982

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Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1982
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A FRESH COAT - Volunteers lent a helping hand, and paintbrush, to Ann Arbor's historic Michigan Theatre Saturday morning. Work crews painted the dressing rooms at the theatre as part of the restoration taking place there. Above (from left to right), volunteers Bob Klingler, Stan Chang and Corey Bertcher got into the act.
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November
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1982
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Groundbreaking For Showcase Cinemas, April 1987

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April
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1987
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Groundbreaking ceremony for Showcase Cinemas mega-theater, on the site of the former University Drive-In on Carpenter Road near Meijer Thrifty Acres in Pittsfield Township. Participating in the groundbreaking: James Belcher, district manager for the theater group; township trustee Jim Aldrich; township treasurer Robert Skrobola; trustee Dick McMullen; township clerk Jerry Peer; township supervisor E. A. Jackson Morris.

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Groundbreaking For Showcase Cinemas, April 1987

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1987
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Groundbreaking ceremony for Showcase Cinemas mega-theater, on the site of the former University Drive-In on Carpenter Road near Meijer Thrifty Acres in Pittsfield Township. Participating in the groundbreaking: James Belcher, district manager for the theater group; township trustee Jim Aldrich; township treasurer Robert Skrobola; trustee Dick McMullen; township clerk Jerry Peer; township supervisor E. A. Jackson Morris.

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