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Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Outside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957

Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Outside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1957
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NEW PARK SHELTER: Nearing completion is the new Burns Park multi-purpose shelter, inside which Jim Erbe and Steve Banghart took a preview look with The News photographer. A formal opening ceremony is set for 7 p.m. next Thursday, for which tentative plans include remarks by the mayor and councilmen and music by participants in the summer recreation program. An open house for the public will also be held.
Month
July
Year
1957
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Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Inside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957

Jim Erbe & Steve Banghart Inside The Newly Constructed Burns Park Shelter, July 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 18, 1957
Caption
NEW PARK SHELTER: Nearing completion is the new Burns Park multi-purpose shelter, inside which Jim Erbe (left) and Steve Banghart took a preview look with The News photographer. A formal opening ceremony is set for 7 p.m. next Thursday, for which tentative plans include remarks by the mayor and councilmen and music by participants in the summer recreation program. An open house for the public will also be held.
Month
July
Year
1957
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Wash Land - 730 N. Main Street, August 1965

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Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1965
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Shown below is a coin-operated laundry at the corner of N. Main and Summit Sts. in Ann Arbor which will be operated by the church to help underprivileged children and elderly adults. It has been rented by the church.
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August
Year
1965
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Curtis Sullivan Opens Vault of Midnight on Ashley Street, August 1996

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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1996
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Curtis Sullivan, owner of Midnight Comix, shows off some of his titles at his new store, which opened in early July. Vault of the Midnight Comix is located at 322 S. Ashley St. in downtown Ann Arbor in a building that looks like home on the outside.
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5
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August
Year
1996
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Members Of The Versell Smith Family Look At Photos, July 1978

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Ann Arbor News, July 28, 1978
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Versell Smith and family, from left: Retiz, Exsell, Christina and Essie.
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July
Year
1978
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Unusual Concrete Blocks Used In Construction Of 2011 Washtenaw Ave. Home, August 1947

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Ann Arbor News, August 30, 1947
Caption
Tapered shapes of the unusual concrete blocks that are being used in construction of this house at 2011 Washtenaw Ave. provide an exterior that looks like frame siding. The blocks are wider at the bottom than at the top and this difference in size creates the appearance of conventional siding when the blocks are placed atop each other. Cylindrical air spaces in the blocks provide an insulation space that supplements the insulation within the interior walls. The wooden pegs shown between the uppermost blocks are used to separate blocks until mortar has been injected between them with a special type of propellant.
Month
August
Year
1947
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Ann Arbor's Clinton Elementary School Nearing Completion, November 1967

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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1967
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The new Clinton Elementary School, under construction since the fall of 1966, is shown here nearing completion. The school is located at the intersection of Stone School Rd. and I-94. The top photo shows one of the entranceways to the brick school, while the bottom photo pictures one of the kindergarten classrooms, with sinks in the background and coat racks to the left. Clinton was scheduled to open in September of 1967, but various strikes delayed its opening. According to Planner-Expediter Sooren Gozmanian, classes will begin Monday morning, Dec. 4.
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November
Year
1967
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Clinton Elementary School - Kindergarten Classroom, November 1967

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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1967
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The new Clinton Elementary School, under construction since the fall of 1966, is shown here nearing completion. The school is located at the intersection of Stone School Rd. and I-94. The top photo shows one of the entranceways to the brick school, while the bottom photo pictures one of the kindergarten classrooms, with sinks in the background and coat racks to the left. Clinton was scheduled to open in September of 1967, but various strikes delayed its opening. According to Planner-Expediter Sooren Gozmanian, classes will begin Monday morning, Dec. 4.
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November
Year
1967
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South Thayer Street Flooded By Rain, June 1954

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Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1954
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RAIN AND MORE RAIN: For the third straight day the skies opened over Ann Arbor yesterday afternoon and a torrential rain fell. The fall of 1.47 inches in a comparatively brief time flooded streets and many basements. The youth perched on a car hood is riding there so he can leap to high ground. That spare pair of shoes could come in handy if he misses. S. Thayer St., where the picture was taken, was flooded almost to the top of the curb.
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June
Year
1954
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Ruby Dee, Alice Childress, & Marcella Cisney Discuss "Wedding Band", November 1966

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Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1966
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TALKING ABOUT NEW PLAY: Discussing the play, "Wedding Band," which will be premiered soon in Ann Arbor by the University's Professional Theatre Program are (left to right) Ruby Dee, Alice Childress and Marcella Cisney. Miss Dee will play the starring role in the play written by Miss Childress. Miss Cisney will direct the production.
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November
Year
1966
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Women Of The Palm Leaf Club, April 1997

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Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1997
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Women of the Palm Leaf Club, from left, include Mary A. Taylor, corresponding secretary, Peggy A. Harrison, assistant recording secretary, Linda Francois, president, Paulette Dozier, treasurer, Valerie Eaglin, vice president, Mary Louise Foley, parliamentarian and Ruthe Marshall, historian.
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April
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1997
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Muriel McCaslin & Her Bicycle, September 1948

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Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1948
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Back in Ann Arbor after a 10,000-mile American Youth Hostel trip by train, truck and bicycle, across Canada and the United states, Muriel McCaslin, 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. Henrietta McCaslin, 412 E. William St., stands on the bicycle that took her on most of her sightseeing jaunts during the trip. The two packs and the bedroll on the bicycle were Muriel's sole baggage on the two-month journey.
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September
Year
1948
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Darth Vader Signs Autographs At B. Dalton Booksellers In Briarwood Mall, June 1983

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Ann Arbor News, June 26, 1983
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GUESS WHO - Was it the real Darth Vader who came to Briarwood Saturday to sign autographs for the legions of fans of the Star Wars trilogy. The true story on A3.
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June
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1983
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Shelly & Duke Haynes Feed Ducklings On The Huron River, June 1983

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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1983
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CHANCE ENCOUNTER - Shelly and Duke Haynes of Ann Arbor rented a canoe for a sojourn on the Huron River and came across a family of ducklings. Shelly fed 'em a snack while Duke navigated.
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June
Year
1983
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New Low-Cost Housing Development at Willow Village, October 1957

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Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1957
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LOW-COST VILLAGE HOMES: Eleven houses, available under Section 221 of the National Housing Act, are in advanced stages of construction on Clark Rd. in the western section of Willow Village. Other houses in the 373-lot Washtenaw Concourse Subdivisions are also under construction. The homes, intended chiefly for families displaced by the demolition of wartime housing in Willow Village, are being sold for less than $10,000 on 40-year mortgages. More than 80 families have already made deposits on the low-cost homes being built by the Willow Woods Development Co. as part of the redevelopment of the wartime "Bomber City." The first 50 "221" houses are expected to be completed before Jan. 1.
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2
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October
Year
1957
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Demolition of Willow Village Temporary Housing Units, January 1967

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Ann Arbor News, January 9, 1957
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'BOMBER CITY' FADES: Razing of temporary housing units which make up Willow Village, the "Bomber City" of World War II, is continuing with 72 buildings containing more than 400 apartments already leveled. Only two-thirds of the 3,068 apartment units which provided wartime emergency housing remain occupied and standing. The entire temporary development must be eliminated by July 1, 1958, according to state law. Meanwhile, plans continue for building some 5,000 privately owned homes on the Village property.
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9
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January
Year
1957
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Model Homes for Willow Village Redevelopment, August 1956

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Ann Arbor News, August 29, 1956
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VILLAGE MODELS READIED: These two model homes, the first visible step in a planned $150,000,000 redevelopment of Willow Village with private housing, are now nearing completion on Blossom St., just east and north of occupied portions of the Village. These houses, to cost in the area of $11,000 for the frame (left) and $12,000 for the brick, are the first of 61 planned in the lower-priced Washtenaw Orchards Subdivision No. 1. Construction of homes there and elsewhere will begin after the sales models have been completed and opened, spokesmen for the Willow Woods Development Co. of Detroit said. Private redevelopment of the wartime "Bomber City" began after Ypsilanti township purchased the village in November, 1954. No completion date has been set, although the existing Village structures are scheduled, by law, to be razed by July 1, 1958.
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29
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August
Year
1956
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Little R. Donn Newhouse Jr. Marches With The Sea Explorer Scouts In The Ypsilanti Fourth Of July Parade, July 1954

Little R. Donn Newhouse Jr. Marches With The Sea Explorer Scouts In The Ypsilanti Fourth Of July Parade, July 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1954
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This little boy marching with Ypsilanti Legion Post 282's Sea Explorer Scouts was a crowd-pleasing attraction in yesterday's Independence Day parade at Ypsilanti. He is R. Donn Newhouse, jr., whose father, Sea Scout Skipper R. Donn Newhouse, is marching behind him in the dark uniform.
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July
Year
1954
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"The American Way Of Life" Float In The Ypsilanti Fourth Of July Parade, July 1954

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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1954
Caption
An Ypsilanti family watching signers of the Declaration of Independence with Independence Hall in the background made up a float on "The American Way of Life" in yesterday's holiday parade at Ypsilanti. The float, prepared by the Ypsilanti Board of Commerce, was one of more than a dozen of its type seen along the city's 1 1/4-mile parade route.
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July
Year
1954
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National Guardsmen March In The Ypsilanti Fourth Of July Parade, July 1954

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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1954
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Record crowds of holiday parade-goers from all parts of southeast Michigan were lined up solidly along both sides of Ypsilanti's Michigan Ave. yesterday as Legion Post 282 presented its biggest Independence Day parade. Typical of the parade units was this smartly marching group of National Guardsmen from Ypsilanti's 46th Signal Company.
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July
Year
1954
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Fourth Of July Ox Roast In Dexter, July 1946

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Ann Arbor News, July 4, 1946
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DEXTER HAS PLENTY OF MEAT TODAY: There was no meat shortage in Dexter today as the village celebrated the Fourth of July. Feature of the celebration was the ox roast. The ox shown on the spit above dressed out at 703 pounds and was expected to furnish enough meat for 6,000 sandwiches. The ox was barbecued over a charcoal fire for 36 hours. It made two and a half revolutions each minute during this time while covered with grease to keep it from burning. Shown at the left is Chef George Wolfe of Grass Lake, famed in this region for his culinary efforts at such occasions while at the extreme right is George Adams, chairman of the Kiwanis celebration committee.
Month
July
Year
1946
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Children Measure To See If Corn Is "Knee High By The Fourth Of July", July 1956

Children Measure To See If Corn Is "Knee High By The Fourth Of July", July 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 4, 1956
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HIGHER THAN THESE KNEES: Kenneth and Mark Nobilette, aged 6 months and almost 3, respectively, have the farmers' interests at heart as they check to see whether the corn in this Earhart Rd. field is "knee high by the Fourth of July." The plant they are measuring is up to anyone's knees, but in many fields corn growth has been delayed this year by the late spring. The boys are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas A. Nobilette.
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July
Year
1956
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Final Sale of Willow Village to Willow Development Company, February 1955

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23
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February
Year
1955
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Seated, Left to Right:

Emory Mulholland, Superior Township Supervisor

Henry Hicks, Ypsilanti Township Supervisor

James Sanderson, Ypsilanti Township Treasurer

George Meader, Congressman

Standing, Left to Right:

Robert McKenna, Ypsilanti Township Trustee

Leigh Beach, County Planning Commission Chairman

Clinton Leslie, Superior Township Trustee

A. A. Sullivan, Ypsilanti Township Trustee

Charles Douglas, Superior Township Trustee

Donald Ehle, Ypsilanti Township Clerk

Howard Shrader, Ypsilanti Township Trustee

John C. Meyer, Superior Township Treasurer

Emil Lidke, Jr., Superior Township Clerk

William Gallaher, Ypsilanti Township Trustee

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Members Of The Huron Valley Swim Club Prepare A Candy Hunt For Their Fourth Of July Party, July 1966

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Ann Arbor News, July 2, 1966
Caption
Preparing for the candy hunt which will be part of Huron Valley Swim Club's "Family Fling" activities Monday are Mrs. Richard Schneeberger (from left), Tom Schneeberger, Kim Clark, Mrs. Ken Clark and Mrs. Vaughan Weston. The Schneebergers are general chairmen of the day and the Ken Clarks are in charge of the candy hunt. In addition to picnicking, activities will include a watermelon eating contest, sandbox penny hunt and field events.
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July
Year
1966
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Katie Barrie Floats In The Fourth Of July Extravaganza At Fuller Pool - July 4, 1995

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Ann Arbor News, July 5, 1995
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Katie Barrie, 7, of Ann Arbor, happily bobs along in the 'float parade' during the Fourth of July festivities at Ann Arbor's Fuller Park Pool.
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4
Month
July
Year
1995
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Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Haymond Peer Into Their Car Packed For Moving, June 1955

Mr. & Mrs. Douglas Haymond Peer Into Their Car Packed For Moving, June 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 8, 1955
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STUDENT EXODUS CONTINUES: The University campus, teeming with students since September, was beginning to look a little bare today with the departure of most students for the summer. The emigration, at its peak Sunday, was still on for those students scheduled for exams this week. Two of those late to leave are Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Haymond of 321 S. Division St., above, surveying their fully packed car. They are moving for the summer to the University's geology camp at Boulder, Colo.
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June
Year
1955
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Willow Development Company Buys Willow Village, February 1955

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1955
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WILLOW VILLAGE BUILDERS: Pictured on the grounds of Christ Lutheran Church in Willow Village are nine of the 10 general partners and the two limited partners of the Willow Development Co., which yesterday signed a purchase agreement calling for redevelopment of the 1,641-acre Willow Village area. Left to right, they are: (front row) Fred Gattegno of Royal Oak, Sidney C. Barnes, A. Richard Tischler and Harry C. Davidson, all of Detroit, and Stephen Lanyi of Oak Park; (second row), Justin McCaslin, realtor, and Fred Palma, dairy owner, both of Ypsilanti township (limited partners), Jack Gattegno of Royal Oak (brother of Fred Gattegno) and Samuel Seyburn of Detroit (top row) Morton Graddis and Milton M. Howard, both of Detroit. Not pictured is the 10th generation partner, Arthur Howard of Detroit, twin brother of Milton Howard.
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February
Year
1955
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Ypsilanti Township Sells Willow Village to Private Developers, February 1955

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Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1955
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WILLOW VILLAGE SALE COMPLETED TODAY: Ypsilanti township Supr. Henry F. hicks (center) signs his name is the voluminous contract by which the township said Willow Village to a group of private developers and builders, headed by Sidney C. Barnes (right), Township Clerk Donald E. Ehle looks on during the formal signing, which, was followed by a tour of the Village for press representatives and area officials.
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February
Year
1955
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Children Playing in Front of Apartments in Willow Village's Clay Hill, October 1954

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Ann Arbor News, October 26, 1954
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CLOTHESLINES, BUT NO TREES: The peak-roofed housing units (top), latest to be erected at Willow Village, are generally well-tended and maintained. This view from the backyard of one row of units, looking toward the front porches of another, demonstrates the temporary nature of planning for the development. Note coal boxes and oil tanks near the front porches, the absence of natural foliage and the "community clothesline" in the backyard. Below is a view of older, flat-roofed apartment units in the so-called Clay Hill section of the Village. It emphasizes that the units were designed for temporary use and would deteriorate without constant maintenance.
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October
Year
1954
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West Lodge Dormitories Ready For Demolition At Willow Village, March 1954

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Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1954
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Willow Village Buildings Going Down: Demolition began late yesterday on two former government dormitories at Willow Village. Once used as living quarters for U-M students, the two structures are being torn down by Dave's Surplus Store of Ypsilanti, which submitted a high bid of $2,613. Located on Wendell Ct., the buildings are called the West Lodge dormitories.
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March
Year
1954
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Y. S. Song Rolls Clay At The Ann Arbor Potters Guild, May 1985

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Ann Arbor News, May 5, 1985
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Y. S. Song, a student at the Ann Arbor Potters Guild, uses a rolling pin to spread out a slab of clay for handbuilding.
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May
Year
1985
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Jim Harbaugh, University Of Michigan Quarterback, & His Volkswagen Beetle, September 1986

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Ann Arbor News, September 4, 1986
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Bo Schembechler is high on Harbaugh, but not his fender-flapping VW.
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September
Year
1986
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Aida Mendez - Bride Of Carlos Guillermety - March 30, 1940

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Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1940
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STUDENTS FROM PUERTO RICO MARRIED HERE: The former Aida Mendez, daughter of Mrs. Eduardo Mendez of Aguadilla, P. R. and the late Mr. Mendez, and Charles William Guillermety of Dayton, O., formerly of Santurce, P. R., were united in marriage Saturday morning in St. Mary's student chapel.
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30
Month
March
Year
1940
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The Wedding Of Aida Mendez & Carlos Guillermety - March 30, 1940

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30
Month
March
Year
1940
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Photo includes Siddhartha Mendez (bridesmaid, sister of the bride), Maria Irene Vila (flower girl), and Judith Jimenez (maid of honor, cousin of the bride)

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Dr. Bruce Vandermade, Dentist, With His Children Gary & Laurie, June 1968

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Ann Arbor News, June 15, 1968
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Dr. Bruce Vandermade administers some very special dental treatment to his adopted son, Gary, 6, while his adopted daughter, Laurie, 8, watches what appears to be a painless experience. Dr. Vandermade has offices at 317 S. State. The Vandermade family lives at 1807 Hanover. Both children were adopted as infants.
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June
Year
1968
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Seminar for Black Contractors at Washtenaw Community College, June 1970

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Ann Arbor News, June 28, 1970
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Seminar For Contractors: Joseph Conrad (left) of the Small Business Administration, Washington, D.C., was a featured speaker Saturday at a seminar for black contractors. From Conrad's left are Hiawatha Jones of Detroit; Dr. Paul Hunt of Washtenaw Community College; David R. Byrd, WCC instructor and county commissioner; Wilbern Forbes, Ypsilanti contractor; Clifford Hawley, management assistant from Washington; and Laymoen McLilley, contractor from Belleville.
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June
Year
1970
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