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Prof. Chang Shu-Chi Completes A Painting at the Michigan League, March 1943

Prof. Chang Shu-Chi Completes A Painting at the Michigan League, March 1943 image
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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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League Of Women Voters Members Interview Dr. Otto K. Engelke, May 1952

League Of Women Voters Members Interview Dr. Otto K. Engelke, May 1952 image
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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1959
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Luther Klager Inspects Eggs At Klager's Hatchery, June 1959

Luther Klager Inspects Eggs At  Klager's Hatchery, June 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 24, 1959
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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.
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June
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1959
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Office staff pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Office staff pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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Office: (L to R) Bonnie Fiser, Jackie Gillett, Fay Muehlig, Cora Schmidt, Emma Schairer.
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March
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1971
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Yard Goods Department employees pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Yard Goods Department employees pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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Main Floor: Yard Goods Dept. (L to R) Florence Seeger, Linda McKeachie, Marguerite Stull, Josephine Mazzolini, Noble Ragland.
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March
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1971
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Part-time High School and College Students pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Part-time High School and College Students pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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High School and College Students (Working Part Time) (L to R) Amy Price, Garnett Quicksey, Janet Webster, Diane Lundborg, Cindy Crouch, Martha Abbott, Joan Hunt, Fran Kersholt, Linda Peng.
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March
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1971
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Employees in the Third Floor Bedding and Home Decorating Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Employees in the Third Floor Bedding and Home Decorating Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1969
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Third Floor: Bedding and Home Decorating Dept. (L to R) Charles Jacobus, Anita Jacobs, Dorothy Mummery, Gladys Lambarth, Helen Coon, Elsie Magee, Irene Howell and Ford Hinchman
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March
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1971
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Employees in the Accessories, Linen and Notion Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Employees in the Accessories, Linen and Notion Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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Main Floor: Accessories, Linen and Notion Dept. (L to R) Ida Miller, Rose Clark, Hazel Olsen, Freda Volz, Catherine Warren, Marie Soltis, Amanda Jedele.
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March
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1971
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Employees in the Second Floor Ready-to-Wear and Infants' Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Employees in the Second Floor Ready-to-Wear and Infants' Department pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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Second Floor: Read-to-War and Infants' Dept. (L to R) Mary Skelton, Lillian Hewitt, Marjorie Burton, Bernice Martin, Dorothy Diez, Ruth Gerstler, Mary McGraw.
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March
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1971
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Employees who've worked 15 or more years pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971

Employees who've worked 15 or more years pose for B. E. Muehlig, Inc.'s 60th Anniversary advertisement, March 1971 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 14, 1971
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The above group has been employed for 15 years or more. (Left to Right with years of service in parentheses) Alfred K. Diez (45 yrs.), Mrs. Dorothy Diez (25 yrs.), Mrs. Cora Schmidt (28 yrs.), Mrs. Irene Howell (20 yrs.), Mrs. Gladys Lambarth (16 yrs.), Mrs. Fay Muehlig (18 yrs.), Miss Freda Volz (40 yrs.), Mrs. Emma Schairer (27 yrs.), Mrs. Helen Book (48 yrs., intermittently), Mrs. Elsie Magee (17 yrs.), Mrs. Lillian Hewitt (15 yrs.), Charles Jacobus (Assistant Mgr. 15 yrs.), Absent from picture is Mrs. Amanda Myers (17 yrs.), Ray Hutzel (15 yrs.).
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March
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1971
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View of Pittsfield Park, New Street in Pittsfield Village, December 1950

View of Pittsfield Park, New Street in Pittsfield Village, December 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1950
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PITTSFIELD PARK CONTINUES TO GROW: Despite government restrictions and material shortages, Pittsfield Park Corp.'s president and architect, Charles Noble of Ann Arbor, reports that building activity will move along through the winter at a good pace. Eleven houses are currently under construction, with other dwellings being planned for as the number of commitments once again begin to add up after last summer's temporary "embargo" on sales was lifted in November.
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Children from Pittsfield Village Collect Glass Bottles to aid March of Dimes, January 1950

Children from Pittsfield Village Collect Glass Bottles to aid March of Dimes, January 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1950
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Pitching into the March of Dimes campaign in an earnest way are these eight Pittsfield Village youngsters who solicit empty soft drink bottles from neighborhood residents, sell the bottles, and turn over the receipts to drive officials. So far the group has collected $7. The bottle volunteers (left to right) are Thomas Fetters (kneeling at wagon) of 3417 Edgewood Ave.; Katherine Gaines of 3518 Edgewood; John Hedetmimi of 2403 Pittsfield Blvd.; Richard Draper of 2551 Fernwood Ave.; Pat Rumer of 3456 Richard Ave.; Brian Brewer of 3333 Edgewood; Susan Whipple of 2410 Pittsfield Blvd. The official polio drive ends Feb. 1.
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January
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1950
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Finishing Construction on Washtenaw Lanes Bowling Alley, September 1949

Finishing Construction on Washtenaw Lanes Bowling Alley, September 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1949
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After a last minute rush to complete construction thew new $50,000 Washtenaw Lanes bowling alley west of Pittsfield Village on Washtenaw Rd. is opening tonight for league bowling. Open bowling will begin Saturday noon. Owned and built by A. B. Whitley and Erwin Neithammer, the structure houses 12 alleys and two shuffleboard courts. A new type of automatic device sets the bowling pins.
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September
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1949
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Frank Miley at His Home, December 1973

Frank Miley at His Home, December 1973 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 9, 1973
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Opposes Annexation Frank Miley, 71, stands in front of the Pittsfield "island" home where he has lived since 1925. Retired and living on social security, Miley says when Ann Arbor annexes his property it will cost him "$1,000 or better."
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Pittsfield School Students Michael Shuper and Tom Ziesemer in Parade, May 1955

Pittsfield School Students Michael Shuper and Tom Ziesemer in Parade, May 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1955
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CLOWNISH HEAD: Out to drum up interest in the Pittsfield School carnival Friday were Michael Shuper of 2260 Parkwood Ave. (left) and Tom Ziesemer (without a head) of 2571 Bellewood St. The boys took part in a huge parade last night in Pittsfield Village.
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Pittsfield Village School No. 2 Students Line Up for Parade, May 1950

Pittsfield Village School No. 2 Students Line Up for Parade, May 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1950
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PARADE OF PITTSFIELD YOUNGSTERS HERALDS CARNIVAL: Students at Pittsfield School No. 2 dressed in colorful costumes yesterday afternoon and paraded through Pittsfield Village to advertise the gala carnival which will be held at their school Friday night. Proceeds from the carnival will be used to improve the school's playground. The youngsters planned to parade through other parts of the village and East Ann Arbor today, Wednesday and Thursday. Carnival booths will be sponsored by the youngsters themselves and by their parents. Supper will be served at the school from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday.
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1950
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Pittsfield School Kindergartners in Parade, May 1951

Pittsfield School Kindergartners in Parade, May 1951 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1951
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Pittsfield School No. 2 kindergartners parade through Pittsfield Village to ballyhoo the annual PTA carnival at the school from 5 to 8:30 p.m. Friday evening. Parents of schoolchildren will man refreshment and entertainment booths to raise funds for the purchase of recreational equipment for the school.
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1951
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Pittsfield School Students in Parade, May 1952

Pittsfield School Students in Parade, May 1952 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1952
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Advertising the Pittsfield School's annual children's carnival to be held at the school Friday, these elementary pupils paraded in costume through Pittsfield Village yesterday. Other similar parades are scheduled for this afternoon and tomorrow. Part of the carnival proceeds will be used to buy recreational equipment. The carnival, to be held at Pittsfield School, will open at 5 p.m. Friday.
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1952
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Group Chatting After Sigma Phi House Ballet Performance, March 1970

Group Chatting After Sigma Phi House Ballet Performance, March 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1970
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Subject: Ballet Chatting at Sigma Phi house are (left to right) David Moroni, Ana Maria de Gorriz, Richard Rutherford, House President Ronald Natale and Daniel H. Schurz. The chat followed a ballet performance here yesterday.
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March
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1970
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Architects' Drawing of Pittsfield Elementary Expansion, October 1964

Architects' Drawing of Pittsfield Elementary Expansion, October 1964 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1964
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Pittsfield Elementary School To Grow An artist's rendering of the planned alterations and additions on Pittsfield Elementary School shows the almost entirely new exterior which has been designed for the school. Incorporated in the facelifting for the existing portions of the building is an extension of classroom space. Construction bids for the work on Pittsfield will be received by the Board of Education tomorrow. Architects are Kainlauri-McMullan-Millman Associates, Inc.
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October
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1964
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Easter Ball Committee meeting, April 1938

Easter Ball Committee meeting, April 1938 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 18, 1938
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BUSY WITH LAST-MINUTE DETAILS FOR EASTER BALL TOMORROW: Many a final detail that will make the Easter ball at the Michigan Union tomorrow night the notable social event of the season, remained to be done after the return of vacationers this week-end. Mrs. Willett F. Ramsdell, chairman of the midnight supper (at the left), is helping Mrs. Laurence C. Sturart who has a large committee selling tickets, to make a final check of the possible attendance in order to complete her supper orders. Also interested in the number expected, is Mrs. Henry Lewis (at the right) chairman of bridge for the evening.
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April
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1938
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Dancing at the Dunbar Center, October 1943

Dancing at the Dunbar Center, October 1943 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1943
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The "Jive Bombers," a club of Negro youth, meet weekly at Dunbar Community Center for an evening of dancing and other simple social activities. Negroes of all ages and interests enjoy the hospitality and friendly council of this busy Community Center. Ann Arbor residents are asked to contribute to the support of this agency during the Community War Chest drive here from Nov. 1 through Nov. 3.
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October
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1943
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Maypole Dance, Ann Arbor, July 1937

Maypole Dance, Ann Arbor, July 1937 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1937
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ROUND AND ROUND: These youngsters circle a maypole in a dance which will feature the playground pageant to be presented at 8 p.m. tomorrow at West Park by 100 children. The pageant has as a theme the history of Ann Arbor.
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July
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1937
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View of a Clothes Hanger in a Back Yard in Pittsfield Village, October 1944

View of a Clothes Hanger in a Back Yard in Pittsfield Village, October 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1944
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LARGE PLAY AREAS FOR CHILDREN: A blessing to Pittsfield Village parents are five to 10 acres of grounds back of the houses in each block. These are now being fitted for seeding and in the spring will be ready for all the sports of childhood as well as a pleasant gathering place for grownups. A clothes dryer stands behind each dwelling unit.
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October
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1944
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Antiques on Tap Antique Fair Preparation, March 1970

Antiques on Tap Antique Fair Preparation, March 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1970
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Antiques On Tap The third annual Antique Fair and Sale, sponsored by the good Samaritan Auxiliary to the Catholic Social Services, opened at noon today at the Kiwanis building, 200 First. Examining some of the items are, from the left, Viola Borgert, Irene McNamara and Fred Brusher, general chairman of the event. The sale will be in progress until 10 p.m. today, from noon until 10 p.m. Saturday and from noon until 6 p.m. Sunday. Catholic Social Services is a United Fund agency.
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March
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1970
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University of Michigan Faculty Women's Club Meets for Tea, March 1970

University of Michigan Faculty Women's Club Meets for Tea, March 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1970
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Planning For The Tea Chatting over refreshments and making plans for the annual Faculty Women's Club tea are, from the left, Mrs. H. R. Crane, Mrs. Willard Olson and Mrs. Robben W. Fleming. Mrs. Fleming will hostess the event which will take place from 3 to 5 p.m. Wednesday in her home.
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March
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1970
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Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959

Lawrence Welk and members of his show at Willow Run Airport, May 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1959
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WELK ARRIVES AT WILLOW RUN: John L. French, general manager of the Ford Motor Company hardware and accessories division at Rawsonville, (second from right) welcomed Lawrence Welk and members of his show when they arrived at Willow Run Airport this morning for the Ninth Annual Future Unlimited Celebration of the Junior Achievement of Southeastern Michigan, of which Mr. Welk is master of ceremonies. The celebration will be held at the Masonic Temple in Detroit at 8 p.m. tonight. Accompanying Mr. Welk from Los Angeles were Janet Lennon, of the Lennon Sisters, (fifth from left); her father, William Lennon (extreme left); Warren Luening, Jr., trumpet player, (second from left); Brian Siebman, singer, guitarist, (third from left), Bo Wagner, dancer and drummer, (fourth from left), and Thomas Owens, accordianist, (fifth from left). Also on hand to greek Mr. Welk and his troop was Carl Kolon, 20, of Detroit, president of the Achiever's Association of Southeastern Michigan. French is president of the J. A. board of Southeastern Michigan.
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May
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1959
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Burton Memorial Tower Overlooks A Snowy Campus, March 1956

Burton Memorial Tower Overlooks A Snowy Campus, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1956
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CITY UNDER SNOW: Motorists to the contrary, Ann Arbor looked its prettiest of the winter this morning in the sunny aftermath of yesterday's 7-inch snowfall, heaviest of the season. Views of white beauty were visible all over the city. One of Ann Arbor's principal landmarks, the Burton Memorial Tower (top picture) stands above the whiteness of the Rackham Building grounds. Below, the wooded intersection of Scottwood Ave. and Norway Rd. is silently cloaked by the thick snow.
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March
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1956
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Snow Covers The Intersection Of Scottwood Avenue & Norway Road, March 1956

Snow Covers The Intersection Of Scottwood Avenue & Norway Road, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1956
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CITY UNDER SNOW: Motorists to the contrary, Ann Arbor looked its prettiest of the winter this morning in the sunny aftermath of yesterday's 7-inch snowfall, heaviest of the season. Views of white beauty were visible all over the city. One of Ann Arbor's principal landmarks, the Burton Memorial Tower (top picture) stands above the whiteness of the Rackham Building grounds. Below, the wooded intersection of Scottwood Ave. and Norway Rd. is silently cloaked by the thick snow.
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March
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1956
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Interior of a Home in Pittsfield Village, October 1944

Interior of a Home in Pittsfield Village, October 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1944
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TWO LEVELS IN ONE-STORY HOUSE: Four risers separate two bedrooms and bath from living room and kitchen levels of Pittsfield Village units. The stairs achieve a sense of privacy for the upper level and allow basement room without deep excavation.
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October
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1944
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