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Chef Ian Cummings and Owner Marguerite Oliver with Asparagus Prosciutto Lasagna

Chef Ian Cummings and Owner Marguerite Oliver with Asparagus Prosciutto Lasagna image
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Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1992
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Pastabilities Chef Ian Cummings and owner Marguerite Oliver with a Asparagus Prosciutto Lasagna.
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June
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1992
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Steven Creps Wins A New Car Through Kline's Department Store, December 1970

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Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1973
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'New Sleigh' For Christmas. Steven J. Creps, 19, of Milan, receives keys to his "new sleigh," a white 1971 Gremlin, from Walter Stein, regional sales manager for Interwoven Socks while Ed Sanchez, men's buyer for Kline's Department Store, looks on. Creps, who registered at Kline's, won the auto in a nationwide contest sponsored by Interwoven.
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December
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1970
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Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Living Room, September 1956

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Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
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The living room is in one of the first units to be occupied.
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September
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1956
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Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Kitchen, September 1956

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Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
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KITCHEN AREA: The typical Huron Arms apartments will feature kitchens like this separated from the living area by folding doors.
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September
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1956
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Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Bedroom, September 1956

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Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
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SLEEPING QUARTERS: The apartments in this project include separate bedrooms and private bathrooms. This unit has two bedrooms. This one is typical.
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September
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1956
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Newly Constructed Huron Arms Apartments - Exterior, September 1956

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Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1956
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NEW APARTMENTS: The Huron Arms Apartments at 1000 W. Huron St., built by the Apartment Development Co. of Detroit and being rented by Ward Realty Co. of Ann Arbor, features three units. The two buildings in the foreground each house 10 families, while the building at the rear holds eight.
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September
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1956
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Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Briefs Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor On Her Upcoming Flight, May 1993

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Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1993
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Ann Arbor News reporter Pat Windsor gets briefed by Blue Angel crew chief Greg Braden on what not to touch in the cockpit of the U.S. Navy F/A-18. The Blue Angels will perform this weekend at the air show at Willow Run Airport.
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May
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1993
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Blue Angels Crew Chief Greg Braden Salutes The Plane Carrying Ann Arbor News Reporter Pat Windsor, May 1993

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Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1993
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Braden salutes 'his' plane as it begins taxiing before a demonstration flight, with Windsor in the backseat.
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May
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1993
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Mack French Students are Inspired by the French Dukes Drill Team, March 1969

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Ann Arbor News, March 5, 1969
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'French' French Dukes: Three Mack Elementary School sixth graders are shown here doing a take-off on Ann Arbor's French Dukes--the city's award-winning precision drill team. The French Duke skit, however, was done entirely in French. The Mack students, who are studying the French language, made up the French Dukes' skit and two other routines themselves, and have presented them to their classmates and also to some Eberwhite School students. French teacher Gordon E. Boettcher, who helped the students with their French dialogue, says they have been invited to perform at Eastern Michigan University. The students pictured are (from left) Paul Patterson, John Jackson and David Simmons. The "real" French Dukes marched in the inaugural parade.
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March
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1969
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Safety Patrol Boys Russell Calvert and Aksi Kikut Depart for Washington, D.C., May 1954

Safety Patrol Boys Russell Calvert and Aksi Kikut Depart for Washington, D.C., May 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1954
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SAFETY PATROL BOYS START TRIP: Russell Calvert (left), 11-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Burgess (Edward) Calvert of 626 N. Fourth Ave., and Aksi Kikut, 13, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Kikut of 2906 South Blvd., bid parents farewell as they leave to join 13 other Michigan Safety Patrol boys in the annual trip to Washington, D.C. sponsored by the Automobile Club. Both sixth graders, the boys are representing Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti. Young Kikut, formerly a patrol captain in Ypsilanti, recently moved to Ann Arbor. Calvert is a pupil at Jones School.
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6
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May
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1954
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Arthur Rhoades Gets A Haircut During Downtown Ann Arbor's Power Failure, September 1957

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Ann Arbor News, September 10, 1957
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LIGHT PLIGHT: Arthur Rhoades, 3, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Rhoades of 3020 Hack Rd., Saline township, gets a haircut without benefit of the electric clippers during yesterday's four-hour power failure in downtown Ann Arbor. The barber, working without overhead lighting, is Ike Kozminski, owner of the Ideal Barber Shop at 209 E. Washington St.
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September
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1957
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Mike Donahue and Justin Harper play dice at New School, March 1997

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Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1997
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Mike Donahue, left, and Justin Harper play dice during a slow moment in class.
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February
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1997
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Ypsilanti Pigeon Racers, October 1964

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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1964
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Sam Kooperman (left) and Bob Barnes of the Ypsilanti Pigeon Racers proudly hold four of their birds. Kooperman is president and Barnes is racing secretary of the club that sends its homing pigeons up to 500 miles away and times their arrivals to the home lofts. Kooperman holds "Rags," a club favorite, in his right hand. Some of the club's trophies are displayed on the table and a loft is in the background.
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October
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1964
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Children Visit The Ann Arbor Public Library's Bookmobile At Burns Park, June 1957

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Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
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TIME TO READ: These three playmates who were participating yesterday in the city-wide summer recreation program walk toward a shady nook at Burns Park to dip into "favorites" they checked out from the Bookmobile. Besides Burns Park, children can check out Bookmobile volumes at Allmendinger Park, where the service is also offered.
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June
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1957
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Children Play Croquet At Burns Park, June 1957

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Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
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GAME TIME: The croquet game in progress at Burns Park is but one of numerous daily supervised activities being offered to children under a city-wide summer recreation program that ends Aug. 9. Burns Park and Allmendinger and West Parks are supervised daily from 10 a.m. until dark, along with Wines Field and Summit Playground.
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June
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1957
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Children Play Checkers At Burns Park, June 1957

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Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1957
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CHECKER MATES: These youthful checker players and their rooters are among hundreds of school-free children on vacation who took advantage yesterday of supervised summer play at Burns Park, while keeping "cool" beneath shade trees. Games, arts and crafts and other activities are now being offered daily at six city playgrounds.
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June
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1957
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Members Of Boy Scout Troop 75 Form Sextet, 1949

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Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1949
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SCOUT SINGERS FORM SEXTET: These six boys, members of Dunbar Community Center-sponsored Boy Scout Troop 75, have formed themselves into a sextet. They have worked out their own harmonies and have sung at Community Chest luncheons and at the Scout "appreciation dinner" Saturday night in Ypsilanti. In the front row (left to right) are Richard Jackson, 13, of 310 Beakes St. and Hathaway Gulley, 15, of 210 Beakes St. In the rear (left to right) are Duane Calvert, 14, and Dick Sleet, 13, both of 621 N. Fourth Ave., Bernard Patterson, 16, of 712 N. Fourth Ave., and Marvin Baker, 14, of 651 N. Fourth Ave.
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1949
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Frances Messner Receives Golf Trophies At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965

Frances Messner Receives Golf Trophies At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1965
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Tournament Chairman Mrs. Coleman Mummery (from left) hands Mrs. Lloyd Messner more trophies than she can handle at yesterday's awards brunch at Barton Hills Country Club. Mrs. Messner's honors came for winning the Louise Suggs Seniors Tournament and the 18-hole Handicap Tournament. She also was third flight consolation winner. Mrs. Mummery was runner-up in the club championship competition.
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September
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1965
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Women Golfers At Barton Hills Country Club Awards Brunch, September 1965

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Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1965
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The trophy table at Barton Hills Country Club glistened with gold and silver cups and statuettes yesterday when women golfers held their awards brunch. Admiring the gleaming array of prizes are (from left) Mrs. Boyd Yard, nine-hole club championship winner; Mrs. Robert S. Edwards Jr., the season's most improved nine-hole player; Mrs. John Airey, prize chairman and Mrs. James Carman, golf chairman.
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September
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1965
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David Margolis Relaxes After Scoring For The Huron High School Baseball Team, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1984
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Huron's David Margolis deserved a place to lean on after blasting two home runs in the opener.
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June
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1984
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Michigan State Police Officers At Railroad Crossing Where Schill Family Members Were Killed, July 1970

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Ann Arbor News, July 2, 1970
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State Police At Railroad Crossing Where Tragedy Occurred
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July
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1970
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Howard and Johnnie Mae Seeley's classic barbecue fare, September 2, 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1996
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At left, Johnnie Mae Seeley (center) chats with Bonnie Rattner at the barbecue Seeley and her husband Howard have held each Labor Day for some 30 years. Below, the Seeleys serve up classic barbecue fare, featuring ribs and potato salad.
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September
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1996
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Johnnie Mae Seeley's annual barbecue, September 2, 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 3, 1996
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At left, Johnnie Mae Seeley (center) chats with Bonnie Rattner at the barbecue Seeley and her husband Howard have held each Labor Day for some 30 years. Below, the Seeleys serve up classic barbecue fare, featuring ribs and potato salad.
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September
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1996
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Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt & Mrs. Roberta McClure Prepare For Rackham Galleries Art Sale, November 1956

Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt & Mrs. Roberta McClure Prepare For Rackham Galleries Art Sale, November 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1956
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ART FOR Ann Arbor: Preparations of the Rackham Galleries for an art sale sponsored by the Ann Arbor Art Association was under way today with the help of Mrs. Ellen B. Wilt (left) of 1301 Pomona Rd., taking time out to watch Mrs. Roberta McClure of 2110 Alice St. put finishing touches on a decorative pagoda. Art works of various types will be offered at the 50 cents to $50 sale, which opens at 8 p.m. today and will run from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m. on weekdays through December 5.
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November
Year
1956
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Registration For Childrens Art Class At Ann Arbor High School, September 1954

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Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1954
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LITTLE ARTISTS SIGN UP: There may be a future Rembrandt or Katherine Cornell in the crowd. At least, Ann Arbor children are being given an early chance to develop their talents in creative dance, art and children's theater classes to be offered jointly by the new Dramatic Arts Center and Ann Arbor recreation department beginning Sept. 25 at Ann Arbor high School. The registration scene here took place in Ann Arbor High School's gymnasium Saturday will be repeated Saturday from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Fees are charged.
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12
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September
Year
1954
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Actress Ethel Waters appears in Ann Arbor Drama Season's "The Member of the Wedding," May 1956

Actress Ethel Waters appears in Ann Arbor Drama Season's "The Member of the Wedding," May 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1956
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ETHEL WATERS HERE FOR PLAY: Famous stage star Ethel Waters plays with a yarn-topped prop of the Drama Season's second production, "The Member of the Wedding." Miss Waters is re-creating her original role in the play which won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award several years ago. The Play opens at 8:30 p.m. Monday in the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.
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May
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1956
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Actress Ethel Waters made honorary member of Zeta Phi Eta, May 1956

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Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1956
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ETHEL WATERS HONORED: Noted stage actress Ethel Waters was made an honorary member of Zeta Phi Eta, national professional speech arts fraternity for women at ceremonies yesterday in the Michigan League. Eugenie Reagan of Birmingham, Mich., society president (left), conferred the honor on Miss Waters (center). Prof. Claribel Baird (right) was the sponsor. Miss Waters is currently appearing here in the Drama Season production of "The Member of the Wedding." The play runs through Saturday night.
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May
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1956
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New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962

New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1962
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CARS ON PRADE: Forty-four new Corvair Monza convertibles are lined up for a "drive-away" from the General Motors Corporation's Chevrolet Division assembly plant at Willow Run. The event was held yesterday afternoon to mark the introduction of the new model. The convertibles in the "drive-away" were the first to be delivered to dealers in the Detroit Metropolitan area, Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.
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April
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1962
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Old wine cellar in Ann Arbor Implement Company, 210 S First St., April 1974

Old wine cellar in Ann Arbor Implement Company, 210 S First St., April 1974 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 16, 1974
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Browse through our century-old wine cellars -- now display rooms for the finest lawn and garden equipment. They're 13 feet beneath our main building. Restored to their original appearance, they offer a unique glimpse of the Ann Arbor that used to be. Bring the kids for a historic treat. Sorry . . . no wine! These are believed to be the largest wine cellars in the country.
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April
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1974
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Residents of Brookside Apartments negotiate floodwaters, June 1968

Residents of Brookside Apartments negotiate floodwaters, June 1968 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 26, 1968
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Fishing In The Flood: These residents of the Brookside Apartments went fishing last night but the experience was not enjoyable. They were hoping to hook some of their belongings before the property was swept over a makeshift waterfall in the foreground. All first floor apartments in the complex, which is off Plymouth Rd., were flooded
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June
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1968
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Construction starts on future Campus Theater at 1208 S. University, September 1956

Construction starts on future Campus Theater at 1208 S. University, September 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 15, 1956
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CONSTRUCTION STARTS: Construction is shown underway here on a new Butterfield theater in the 1200 block of S. University Ave. This picture is shown looking toward S. University. The structure will be one floor and will seat about 1,000 persons. It is reportedly the first indoor theater built in Michigan in nearly 10 years.
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September
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1956
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Prof. Chang Shu-Chi Completes A Painting at the Michigan League, March 1943

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Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1943
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CHINESE ARTIST HOLDS CAMPUS EXHIBIT: Examples of Chinese art are on display in the Grand Rapids room of the Michigan League, and the artist, Prof. Shu-chi Chang, is shown here in the process of completing a painting to add to the collection. Prof. Shu-chi Chang is an artist of international fame, and his work was featured in a recent issue of Life magazine. the exhibit was brought here through the United China Relief group on campus to acquaint the community with Chinese culture in anticipation of the War Chest Drive next October. The exhibit is open daily from 1 o'clock until 6 o'clock, and will remain at the League through March 31.
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March
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1943
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League Of Women Voters Members Interview Dr. Otto K. Engelke, May 1952

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Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1969
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Interviewing Dr. Otto K. Engelke on City Health Department services is Mrs. Frederick A. Coller (right) while Mrs. Theophile Raphael looks on. The women are members of the League of Women Voters committee compiling a pamphlet on the operation of local government. The booklet is a revised edition of "Ann Arbor City Government," put out by the League in 1943.
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May
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1952
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Hollywood scriptwriter George J. Burke, Ann Arbor Mayor William E. Brown, Jr., and retired University vice-president Shirley W. Smith, at the world's first "author's premiere" outside the Michigan Theater, May 1949

Hollywood scriptwriter George J. Burke, Ann Arbor Mayor William E. Brown, Jr., and retired University vice-president Shirley W. Smith, at the world's first "author's premiere" outside the Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1949
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FIRST AUTHOR'S PREMIERE: Principals in the world's first "author's premiere," staged last night at the Michigan Theater amid much lighthearted fanfare, are shown standing outside the theater before the ceremony got under way. Pictured from left to right are Valentine Davies, Hollywood scriptwriter; George J. Burke, local attorney; Mayor William E. Brown, jr.; and Shirley W. Smith, retired University vice-president whose short story became the basis for the movie, "It Happened Every Spring," given its first public showing here last night. (others pictures on page 28)
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May
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1949
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Author and University of Michigan vice-president emeritus, Shirley W. Smith, at Michigan Theater, May 1949

Author and University of Michigan vice-president emeritus, Shirley W. Smith, at Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1969
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SHIRLEY W. SMITH (Puts Foot Down) Shirley W. Smith, University vice-president emeritus and author of the story made into the motion picture "It Happens Every Spring," has put down his foot. He says he will sidestep plans to put his footprint in wet cement in front of the Michigan Theatre for a newsreel. Instead, Valentine Davies, 1927 U-M graduate and author of the movie script, will put his foot in it.
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May
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1949
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Vampira makes an appearance in University of Michigan "Spring Weekend" parade, May 1957

Vampira makes an appearance in University of Michigan "Spring Weekend" parade, May 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1957
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BOO! Judith Goldberg of Henderson House became cartoonist Charles Addams' Vampira during yesterdays' parade. The weekend also included a program of skits last night in Hill Auditorium. An outdoor dance at the women's tennis courts is scheduled for tonight. Proceeds from the weekend will go to the Michigan Association for Retarded Children.
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May
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1957
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A cave man drags his woman along North University during UM's "Spring Weekend" parade, May 1957

A cave man drags his woman along North University during UM's "Spring Weekend" parade, May 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1957
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'HAIR-RAISING' RIDE: One of the sights in yesterday afternoon's University student parade through the campus area was this "cave man" seemingly dragging his woman by her hair. The parade, part of "Spring Weekend," fetured carts and floats with a cartoon motif. Whether this chap represented Alley Oop was not immediately clear to anybody.
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May
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1957
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Willow Village Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," to become church, December 1955

Willow Village Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," to become church, December 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 16, 1955
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WILLOW VILLAGE THEATER TO BECOME CHURCH: The Center Theater, a landmark of the wartime "Bomber City," has been leased by the government to a new church group, the Community Gospel Temple. The nondenominational group plans to open the large Village building as a church Jan. 8. The church was organized, the pastor says, because "so many of the people moving into the Ypsilanti area are 'displaced persons' spiritually."
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December
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1955
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Author and former University vice-president, Shirley W. Smith, embeds a baseball in wet cement at the "author's premiere" in front of the Michigan Theater, May 1949

Author and former University vice-president, Shirley W. Smith, embeds a baseball in wet cement at the "author's premiere" in front of the Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1949
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SET FOR "SINKER" BALL: The "sinker" is a valuable pitch in a Major League hurler's repertoire, and Shirley W. Smith used a slight variation last night to embed an autographed baseball in a block of wet concrete. The ceremony was part of festivities at the "author's premiere" of a motion picture based on a story by Smith with a baseball background. Scriptwriter Valentine Davies, who adopted Smith's story for the screen, had previously enslabbed another ball (left) for posterity. The footprint in the cement was made "accidental" (so he said) by Attorney George J. Burke, who acted as master of ceremonies at the premiere.
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May
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1949
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Local celebrities at the "author's premiere" in front of the Michigan Theater, May 1949

Local celebrities at the "author's premiere" in front of the Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1949
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PREMIERE PARTY: Celebrities dotted the full-house crowd which jammed the Michigan Theater last night for the "author's premiere" of "It Happened Every Spring," a sprightly baseball comedy based on a short story by Shirley W. Smith. Pictured in this imposing "lineup" are (right to left) Attorney George J. Burke, Smith, Scriptwriter Valentine Davies, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Mrs. Brown, and University Regent Roscoe O. Bonisteel.
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May
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1949
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Shirley W. Smith signs an autograph at the Michigan Theater, May 1949

Shirley W. Smith signs an autograph at the Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1949
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OPENING NIGHT RITUAL: Ann Arbor, like every other place, has its autograph hounds. Shirley W. Smith, guest of honor at an "author's premiere" at the Michigan Theater last night, is shown graciously obliging a young and pretty autograph seeker before the ceremonies began.
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May
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1949
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Author Shirley W. Smith receives an 'Oscar' of a different sort from local attorney George J. Burke at the "author's premiere" at the Michigan Theater, May 1949

Author Shirley W. Smith receives an 'Oscar' of a different sort from local attorney George J. Burke at the "author's premiere" at the Michigan Theater, May 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1949
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'OSCAR' OF A DIFFERENT SORT: Author Shirley W. Smith received a catcher's mask "Oscar" from George J. Burke at last night's "author's premiere" of a movie based on a short story by Smith, retired University vice-president. Burke was clad in the judicial gown he wore while presiding over war crimes trials in Germany.
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May
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1949
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Newly Hatched Baby Chicks At Klager's Hatchery, Bridgewater, January 1949

Newly Hatched Baby Chicks At Klager's Hatchery, Bridgewater, January 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 12, 1949
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BIRTHPLACE OF ONE MILLION CHICKS A YEAR: In this storage-like room at the Klager Hatcheries in Bridgewater 1,000,000 chicks are hatched yearly to start lives that will end exactly 77 days later. At all times there are 52,000 eggs stored in the compartments of this vault in various stages of incubation. Temperature is constant at 99 degrees and humidity at 89. At the rear is Luther C. Klager, owner, and, in front, Helen Welch, employe.
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January
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1949
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Flock Of 5,000 Pullets - Klager's Hatchery, June 1959

Flock Of 5,000 Pullets - Klager's Hatchery, June 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 24, 1959
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FLOCK OF 5,000: This flock of pullets, owned by Klager Hatcheries of Bridgewater, is being kept at the home of Burt Hess on US-112 just over the Washtenaw county line in Lenawee county. Klager rents this house, along with nine others throughout the state. When these pullets are 16 weeks old, they will be delivered to buyers.
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June
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1959
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Luther Klager Inspects Eggs At Klager's Hatchery, June 1959

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Ann Arbor News, June 24, 1959
Caption
EGG INSPECTION: Luther C. Klager uses this machine to inspect eggs for quality and to sort them according to government-specified sizes. Quality inspection is known as candling.
Month
June
Year
1959
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