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Jeff Rentschler & Coleman Mummery Outside The Hoover Co. Store - 115 E. Liberty Street, June 1956

Jeff Rentschler & Coleman Mummery Outside The Hoover Co. Store - 115 E. Liberty Street, June 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 12, 1956
Caption
If looking at snow pictures won't help (and its effect, if any, is likely to be only momentary) summer heat may be made more bearable with some sort of cooling appliance. Local merchants are expecting a brisk trade in fans and air conditioners now that hot weather is here. Above, Jeff Rentschler and Coleman Mummery, employes of a local appliance store, compare notes on fans in the store's display window. If this weather keeps up they should go fast.
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June
Year
1956
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Una Chemerda, League Of Women Voters President, & Daughter Nancy, July 1942

Una Chemerda, League Of Women Voters President, & Daughter Nancy, July 1942 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1942
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NEW PRESIDENT OF WOMEN VOTERS LEAGUE AND HER DAUGHTER: Busy little Nancy, intent for the moment in grooming the woolly dog, is first interest of her mother, Mrs. John M. Chemerda of S. Forest Ave. Coming first in interests outside of her family, Mrs. Chemerda's enthusiastic and capable service in the League of Women Voters has brought her the office of president of the Ann Arbor league.
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July
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1942
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Doug Fulton Receives The Washtenaw Audubon Society's 1983 Conservation Award, April 1983

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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1983
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Retiring News Outdoor Editor Doug Fulton shares the story of his first encounter with the Audubon Society after receiving the group's 1983 Conservation Award from President Barbara Wykes
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April
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1983
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Mary Ann Birton With Twin Daughters Born On Different Days, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1957
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DIFFERENT BIRTHDAYS: It's a bit unusual for twins to have different birthdays, but that's the case with Mrs. Jessie Birton's twin girls, who are getting ready to leave St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. Janice Marie (left) arrived on Nov. 7 and Jeanette was born 26 minutes later - on Nov. 8. The Birtons have nine other children at home.
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November
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1957
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Ann Arbor Coca-Cola Bottling Plant Under Construction, December 1961

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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1961
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NEW BOTTLING PLANT: The new $132,200 plant for the Ann Arbor Coca-Cola Bottling Co. at 1935 S. Industrial Highway is taking shape with erection of structural steel members. The one-story unit will have 20,730 square feet of space. It was designed by Colvin, Robinson, Wright & Associates of Ann Arbor.
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December
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1961
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Election Day Display In Sears Roebuck & Co. Window, October 1952

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1952
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Ann Arbor clubs, churches, organizations and merchants are all cooperating in getting out the vote Tuesday and informing the electorate on issues. The Sears store on S. Main St. has this display to encourage voting.
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October
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1952
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Jane Likert - President Of The Michigan League Of Women Voters, May 1948

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Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1948
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Mrs. Rensis Likert of Morton Ave. has been named to the state presidency of the League of Women Voters. She was elected yesterday at the state convention in Lansing.
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May
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1948
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Huron Basketball Coach Harold Simons Gives Pep Talk During 54-53 Playoff Win Against Pioneer, March 1986

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Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1986
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Huron coach Harold Simons talks over strategy with his team during a timeout in Monday's game against Pioneer.
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3
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March
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1986
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Coach Harold Simons and the All-County Basketball Team, March 1980

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Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1980
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Members of the All-County basketball team for this year are (front row from left) Luke Jansen of Greenhills, John Gruden of Milan, Jeff Dils of Chelsea, (back row) Coach Harold Simons of Huron, Fred Cofield of Ypsilanti, Matt Tice of Gabriel Richard, John Kendzicky of Saline, Dean Hopson of Huron and David James of Pioneer. Missing at the time the photo was made are All-County players Johnnie Bailey and Bernardi Williams of Willow Run.
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March
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1980
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Wystan Stevens Leads His Annual Fall Tour Of Forest Hills Cemetery, November 1998

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Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1998
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Engaging a small crowd gathered at Forest Hills Cemetery, local historian Wystan Stevens points out some interesting facts about one of the grave sites at Forest Hills Cemetery. Stevens' annual Halloween weekend cemetery tour recounts much of Ann Arbor's history through the people buried there.
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November
Year
1998
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Wystan Stevens Leads His Annual Fall Tour Of Forest Hills Cemetery, November 1998

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Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1998
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Local historian Wystan Stevens tells the tales of many who are buried at Ann Arbor's Forest Hills Cemetery. 'This is where the history is," he says.
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November
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1998
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Stella Swope With Her Halloween Pumpkin Camper, October 1975

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Ypsilanti Daily Press, October 30, 1975
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A FEMALE JACK-O-LANTERN FACE - Mrs. Patrick Swope of 6797 Textile Rd. had that in mind when she designed this cover for the camping trailer she and her husband own. She dyed two 16-ft. bed sheets tangerine and then sewed them together. She then drew a feminine pumpkin face, complete with toothy smile, long eye lashes and curly hair framing a rotund face. The Swopes have the decorated camper displayed in their yard with a paper skeleton dangling from a short smoke stake mounted on the trailer top. (Press Photo)
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October
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1975
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Dr. Ted Coleman Demonstrates Pumpkin Carving With A Serrated Knife, October 1988

Dr. Ted Coleman Demonstrates Pumpkin Carving With A Serrated Knife, October 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1988
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Beyer Hospital emergency physician Dr. Ted Coleman demonstrates the use of a specially-serated knife for use on a pumpkin.
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October
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1988
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New Fire Escape at 331 Packard St., May 1955

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1955
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The New Look: A sudden advent of firescapes of wood and steel throughout the city is the result of the City Building Inspection Department inspection of all rental units. John E. Ryan, chief building inspector, said that, so far, between 40 and 50 escapes have been ordered installed. A double escape to handle third floor occupants is shown at 331 Packard St. The single stairway is at 607 E. Ann St.
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May
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1955
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New Fire Escape at 607 E. Ann St., May 1955

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1955
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The New Look: A sudden advent of firescapes of wood and steel throughout the city is the result of the City Building Inspection Department inspection of all rental units. John E. Ryan, chief building inspector, said that, so far, between 40 and 50 escapes have been ordered installed. A double escape to handle third floor occupants is shown at 331 Packard St. The single stairway is at 607 E. Ann St.
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May
Year
1955
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Ann Arbor High's Harold Simons shoots over Plymouth's Dick Egloff, March 7, 1963

Ann Arbor High's Harold Simons shoots over Plymouth's Dick Egloff, March 7, 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1963
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SIMONS LETS GO: Harold Simons, playing some of his best basketball for Ann Arbor High late in the season, lets go with a push shot over the head of Plymouth's Dick Egloff. Simons followed up a 22-point effort against Lansing Eastern last Friday with a 12-point effort against the Rocks last night.
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March
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1963
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Ann Arbor High School Basketball: Team Class A District Champs, March 1963

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Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1963
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REGAINS THRONE: The Ann Arbor High basketball team, booted out last year, regained its Class A district throne at Ypsilanti. Joining the News' Pictorial Honor Roll today are, in the bottom row (left to right), Reserve Coach Pete Palmer, Lou Winkelhaus, Chuck Menefee, Capt. Bill Yearnd, Harold Simons, Pete Vlisides, Steve Lawrence, Managers Bill Lampe and Bill Moore; top row (left to right), Head Coach Ed Klum, Manager Jim Jahnke, Pete Hansen, Tom Evans, Lloyd Quicksey, Gordon Taylor, Pat Fogarty and Sophomore Coach Jay Stielstra.
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March
Year
1963
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House at 431 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
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Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.
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June
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1955
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House at 434 Maynard St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
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Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.
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June
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1955
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House at 417 Thompson St. on Property Sought by U-M, June 1955

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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1955
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Property U-M Seeks: Two parcels of property on which these three houses are located are sought by the University in order to construct a $1,700,000 Student Activities Building near the main campus. The U-M, which has failed to come to terms with the property owners of these houses, seeks to have the land condemned. The house at 431 Thompson St. and the house at 434 Maynard St. are owned by Mary J. Taft and H. Chester Taft, sister and brother. The other, at 417 Thompson St., is owned by Guernsey P. Collins. The University bough nine other parcels of property in the area.
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June
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1955
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Daniel & Eva Robey - Married 50 Years, November 1943

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 1943
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Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Robey of N. Thayer St. will hold open house tomorrow at their home on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of their wedding.
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November
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1943
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Newly Elected League Of Women Voters Officers, March 1953

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Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1953
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New officers of the League of Women Voters were named last night at a meeting at the Unitarian Church. Shown here, left to right, are Mrs. Clyde H. Coombs, president; Mrs. Angus Campbell, first vice-president; Mrs. Clinton E. Castor, treasurer; and Mrs. Russell A. Smith, secretary.
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March
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1953
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Sunny Morse & Her Children Assemble A League Of Women Voters Window Display In The Ann Arbor Trust Building, September 1953

Sunny Morse & Her Children Assemble A League Of Women Voters Window Display In The Ann Arbor Trust Building, September 1953 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1953
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This window display at the Ann Arbor Trust Building is helping to publicize the activities of the League of Women voters, which is conducting a campaign this week to raise funds for its work in increasing citizen interest in civic affairs. Mrs. William C. Morse of 2010 Penncraft Ct. and her two children, Suzie, 8, and Jimmie, 6, are working on the display.
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September
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1953
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Olga Michelsen Makes A Map For The League Of Women Voters, March 1956

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Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1956
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FAMILY PROJECT: Three of the four children of Mrs. Finn C. Michelsen, 2563 Parkwood St., East Ann Arbor, provide a critical audience as she traces with red color the new ward and precinct boundaries on a large poster-map of Ann Arbor. They are daughter Britt, 5 1/2, and twins Sandra and Finn, jr., 3. Mrs. Michelsen, a member of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters, prepared one of several maps for the League which have been posted in store windows and other prominent spots in Ann Arbor.
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March
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1956
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Dell Pitkin & Daughters Distribute League Of Women Voters Guides, May 1956

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Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1956
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YOUNG LEAGUE HELPERS: Mrs. John T. Pitkin, one of the League of Women Voters members participating in a door-to-door distribution of League voters' guides prior to the special election next Tuesday, receives a helping hand from her two young daughters. They are Sally, 3, (right) and Anne, 4. Major issue in the election is whether to authorize a $2,600,000 general obligation bond issue to finance construction of a civic recreation center at Veterans Memorial Park. The proposal has produced much controversy.
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May
Year
1956
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Gary Lee Harvey is fitted for a suit by Herbert Sager at Fiegel's Clothing Store, December 1945

Gary Lee Harvey is fitted for a suit by Herbert Sager at Fiegel's Clothing Store, December 1945 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1945
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Herbert Sager, Gary Lee Harvey and Karl Karsian (left to right) are pictured in Fiegel's store where the 10-year-old boy was outfitted yesterday for Christmas. Gary Lee's father, Russell Wayne Harvey, was killed in Germany during the crossing of the Rhine. The boy was in the fifth grade at Pittsfield township school until a year ago when he was stricken with osteomyelitis. His knee and leg have been in a case which has been removed temporarily. He lives with his mother and two younger brothers in East Ann Arbor. Money for the suit was provided by the Christmas bureau through the Veteran's Counseling center.
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December
Year
1945
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Pioneers Capitalize on Ypsilanti's Fumble in 17-7 Win, October 1987

Pioneers Capitalize on Ypsilanti's Fumble in 17-7 Win, October 1987 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1987
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Ypsilanti's Duane Powell tries to fall on a fumble before Pioneer's Steve Lombardi (11) and Rob Davis (2) get it. The Pioneers' Curt Lange eventually scooped up the ball and run 33 yards, setting up Pioneer's first TD in a 17-7 win over the Braves.
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16
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October
Year
1987
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Reunion of 1962 Ann Arbor High Football State Champions, October 1987

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Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1987
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Members of the 1962 Ann Arbor High state championship football team at Friday night's reunion are: FRONT ROW (from left): Tom Morrow, Leroy Williams, Larry Lage, Chuck Wilkins, Harold Simons, John Albrecht, Captain Tom Rathman, Pat Clarke. SECOND ROW: Cindy Wild Helber (cheerleader), Lou Winkelhaus, Durant Bridges, Bill Bailey, Larry Clay, Rick Deanhofer, Coach Jay Stielstra. THIRD ROW: Ken Dyer, Van Batsakes, Pete Vlisides, Mike Juntenen, Bill Wood, Asst. Coach Chuck Ritter, Pat Koeller, Asst. Coach Gary Bryce, Asst. Coach Ed Klum, Chuck Hulce.
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16
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October
Year
1987
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Ann Arbor High Football Team Wins Class A State Championship, November 1962

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Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1962
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THE VICTORS: Last night's victory over the Jackson Vikings brought the Ann Arbor High football team the undisputed Six A League Championship and the first undefeated, untied season in seven years. Team members, left to right (front row) are Tom Wisely, Chuck Wilkins, Ted Murray, Emory Williams, Chuck Menefee, Capt. Tom Rathman, Mike Thomas, Mike Juntunen, John Albrecht, Van Batsakes, Gary Ulmer; (second row) Jerry Hartman, Leroy Williams, Tom Morrow, Kent Leslie, John White, Lou Winkelhaus, Pat Koeller, Ken Dyer, Harold Simons, Larry Lage, manager; (third row) Assistant Coach Ed Klum, Tom Lovell, Bill Wood, Rich Pittman, Don Davis, Durant Bridges, Rich Harper, Chuck Hulce, Tom Solovezuk, Bill Bailey, Mill Moore, head manager; (fourth row) Assistant Coach Jerry Budzik, Pete Vlisides, Gordon Taylor, Pat Clark, Scot Ideson, Ralph Briant, Rick Deanhofer, Dave Hiatt, Head Coach Jay Stielstra, Assistant Coach Pat Wilson. Paul Bryant and Gene Cleaveland were not present when the photo was made.
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November
Year
1962
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Sapphire Model Home in Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision, June 1957

Sapphire Model Home in Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision, June 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 22, 1957
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Sapphire Brings Award: The bi-level four bedroom Sapphire model home in Ann Arbor Woods subdivision this week was cited by American Home magazine. The plaque is in the hands of Joseph Slavik, president of Slavik Builders, Inc., subdivision developers. With him are (from left) Warren G. Agry, a vice-president of the magazine; John E. Swisher, Jr., are Stewart E. Butts, both of whom are sales agents for the subdivision.
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June
Year
1957
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Sapphire Model Home In Ann Arbor Woods Subdivision Wins Award, June 1957

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Ann Arbor News, June 22, 1957
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Sapphire Brings Award: The bi-level four bedroom Sapphire model home in Ann Arbor Woods subdivision this week was cited by American Home magazine. The plaque is in the hands of Joseph Slavik, president of Slavik Builders, Inc., subdivision developers. With him are (from left) Warren G. Agry, a vice-president of the magazine; John E. Swisher, Jr., are Stewart E. Butts, both of whom are sales agents for the subdivision.
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June
Year
1957
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Faith Crittenden - Bride of Leonard Sebald, June 1940

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Ann Arbor News, June 21, 1940
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FORMER ANN ARBOR GIRL MARRIED HERE: Miss Faith F. Crittenden of Flint, daughter of Mrs. Frederic Bond of Miami, Fla. and the late Dr. Crittenden, and Leonard W. Sebald of Alpena were married here yesterday. Both are University graduates and the bride and her family formerly lived here.
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June
Year
1940
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Marian Bayley Slices Her Pumpkin Bread, October 1970

Marian Bayley Slices Her Pumpkin Bread, October 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1970
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An easy-to-make seasonal recipe is Marian Bayley's Pumpkin Bread. For the woman whose baking time is limited, Mrs. Bayley recommends this one bowl recipe as a sure-to-please treat. (News photo by Jack Stubbs)
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October
Year
1970
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Dr. Francois Emile-Zola & Wife Visit The University Of Michigan's Institute of Industrial Health, April 1954

Dr. Francois Emile-Zola & Wife Visit The University Of Michigan's Institute of Industrial Health, April 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1954
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FRENCH DOCTOR IN ANN ARBOR: Dr. Francois Emile-Zola (left), grandson of the noted French novelist, Emile Zola, and his wife (standing, center), were in Ann Arbor yesterday and today visiting the University's Institute of Industrial Health. Dr. Emile-Zola is medical director of Frigidaire Division of General Motors in Paris and is visiting various industrial health institutes in this country. With the French couple here is Dr. O. Tod Mallery, jr., director of the U-M Institute of Industrial Health, and Maxine Clapper, research technician, at the microscope.
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April
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1954
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Cyndi Solski With Halloween Pumpkins For Her Carving Party, October 1986

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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1986
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To Cyndi Solski of Ann Arbor, Halloween means pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns and friends. A week before Halloween, Solski throws a pumpkin carving party. She goes to a farm and picks about 50 pumpkins. On party night, tables are spread with newspaper, hot cider is put on the stove and the fun begins. Above, Solski sits in her living room with recently carved pumpkins casting an eerie glow. Top, an entire station wagon of pumpkins waits to be carved. Right, the final result, a house that could give even the most ardent trick or treater a chill up the spine. See it for yourself by driving past 827 W. Huron St. in Ann Arbor.
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October
Year
1986
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Cyndi Solski With Carved Halloween Pumpkins, October 1986

Cyndi Solski With Carved Halloween Pumpkins, October 1986 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1986
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To Cyndi Solski of Ann Arbor, Halloween means pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns and friends. A week before Halloween, Solski throws a pumpkin carving party. She goes to a farm and picks about 50 pumpkins. On party night, tables are spread with newspaper, hot cider is put on the stove and the fun begins. Above, Solski sits in her living room with recently carved pumpkins casting an eerie glow. Top, an entire station wagon of pumpkins waits to be carved. Right, the final result, a house that could give even the most ardent trick or treater a chill up the spine. See it for yourself by driving past 827 W. Huron St. in Ann Arbor.
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October
Year
1986
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Cyndi Solski's Home Decorated With Halloween Pumpkins - 827 W. Huron Street, October 1986

Cyndi Solski's Home Decorated With Halloween Pumpkins - 827 W. Huron Street, October 1986 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1986
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To Cyndi Solski of Ann Arbor, Halloween means pumpkins and jack-o'-lanterns and friends. A week before Halloween, Solski throws a pumpkin carving party. She goes to a farm and picks about 50 pumpkins. On party night, tables are spread with newspaper, hot cider is put on the stove and the fun begins. Above, Solski sits in her living room with recently carved pumpkins casting an eerie glow. Top, an entire station wagon of pumpkins waits to be carved. Right, the final result, a house that could give even the most ardent trick or treater a chill up the spine. See it for yourself by driving past 827 W. Huron St. in Ann Arbor.
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October
Year
1986
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Children In Costumes At Pound House's Seventh Annual Halloween Party, October 1986

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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1986
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You can be glamorous, mysterious or scary without a mask as these youngsters at Pound House's seventh annual Halloween Party Sunday evening show: Pirate Mya Gosling, 5, right, brandishes her 'sword' at two princesses from central Java, Nina Lysloff, 5 1/2, left, and Sri Gordon, 7.
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October
Year
1986
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R & S Shoe Store - 108 S. Main Street, February 1950

R & S Shoe Store - 108 S. Main Street, February 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1950
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Remodeling work costing an estimated $15,000 is expected to be completed next week at the R & S Shoe Store at 108 S. Main St. Melvin Cunningham, manager, reported that work included new interior lighting, new display cases and chairs, a large mirrored wall and the streamlined steel and glass front shown above.
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February
Year
1950
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Helen Reifel Prepares Fundraising Materials For The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters, September 1956

Helen Reifel Prepares Fundraising Materials For The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters, September 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1956
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READIES DRIVE MATERIAL: Mrs. William Reifel of 1908 Austin Ave., finance chairman for the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters, prepares materials to be used in the League's annual finance drive, Sept. 17-24. The League seeks $2,300 in support of its work.
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September
Year
1956
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League Of Women Voters Members Rehearse A Skit For An Upcoming Meeting, November 1956

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Ann Arbor News, November 21, 1956
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BEHIND THE SCENES: Rehearsing for a skit entitled "Behind the Scenes at the Governor's Conference," three members of the State Affairs Group of the League of Women Voters study a chart outlining our court system. The three are (left to right) Mrs. Robert Knauss of S. State St., Mrs. Robert VanSickle of Sylvan Ave. and Mrs. William Mikkelsen of Cranbrook Rd. The skit, written by Mrs. Harold Helbig of Maplewood Ave., will be staged for a League meeting at 8 p.m. next Wednesday at the Unitarian Church. The skit deals with a comparison of the constitutions of the various states.
Month
November
Year
1956
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Grocery Store at Former Interurban Station, April 1950

Grocery Store at Former Interurban Station, April 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 6, 1950
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OLD INTERURBAN STATION AT LIMA CENTER: Fifty years ago this interurban railway station and sub-power plant was built at Lima Center. For travelers on Washtenaw's highways this graceful old structure is one of the most familiar landmarks of all. It is located about 10 miles west of Ann Arbor on US-12. The building has other uses now.
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April
Year
1950
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Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Members & Their Posters For The State Convention, May 1957

Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Members & Their Posters For The State Convention, May 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1957
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CONVENTION-BOUND: Four members of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters hold up the posters which they will exhibit at the state convention, as they prepare to leave this morning for the meeting in Flint. The members are (left to right) Mrs. Franklin G. Moore, Mrs. Harold R. Helbig, Mrs. Edwin H. Sonnecken and Mrs. Joseph L. Ullman.
Month
May
Year
1957
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Brownlee moves into position before jumping from the plane, October 1996

Brownlee moves into position before jumping from the plane, October 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1996
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Wylie Brownlee of Ann Arbor moves into position as he gets ready to jump out of the planet at a height of 7,500 feet.
Month
October
Year
1996
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Brownlee skydiving over Tecumseh, October 1996

Brownlee skydiving over Tecumseh, October 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1996
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Wylie Brownlee, who recently spent his 68th birthday skydiving, has made more than 1,600 jumps.
Month
October
Year
1996
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Brownlee gathers his parachute at Tecumseh Airport, October 1996

Brownlee gathers his parachute at Tecumseh Airport, October 1996 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1996
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Wylie Brownlee gathers his parachute moments after landing at the Tecumseh airport
Month
October
Year
1996
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Members Of The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Tour The City's Water Softening Plant, October 1957

Members Of The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Tour The City's Water Softening Plant, October 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1957
Caption
VISIT WATER PLANT: Plant Superintendent Walter Muhlitner conducts members of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters through the city's Water Softening Plant at 919 Sunset Rd., where the women had a chance yesterday to see how the water supply is made safe to drink. The League's tour of Water Department facilities included a stop at the Barton Pumping Station and a visit to the Sewage Treatment Plant on Dixboro Rd., Ann Arbor township. The tour was planned to study Ann Arbor's water problems.
Month
October
Year
1957
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