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Goss Family Paddles a Canoe in Gallup Park During Huron River Day, July 1997

Goss Family Paddles a Canoe in Gallup Park During Huron River Day, July 1997 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1997
Caption
As the Goss family of Ann Arbor nears the end of a canoe trip, Cindy Goss points out the boat landing to her paddling husband, Greg. Also aboard are their children, 3-year-old Greg II, left, and Alyssa, 5. They were participating in Huron River Day activities Sunday at Ann Arbor's Gallup Park. Meanwhile, Joseph Starcher, 11, of Ann Arbor, a contestant in the youth fishing derby, takes a bass he caught in the Huron to be measured (14 inches) and weighed (1 1/2 pounds).

Year
1997
Month
July
Day
13
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Joseph Starcher Catches A Bass During Huron River Day Youth Fishing Derby, July 1997

Joseph Starcher Catches A Bass During Huron River Day Youth Fishing Derby, July 1997 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1997
Caption
As the Goss family of Ann Arbor nears the end of a canoe trip, Cindy Goss points out the boat landing to her paddling husband, Greg. Also aboard are their children, 3-year-old Greg II, left, and Alyssa, 5. They were participating in Huron River Day activities Sunday at Ann Arbor's Gallup Park. Meanwhile, Joseph Starcher, 11, of Ann Arbor, a contestant in the youth fishing derby, takes a bass he caught in the Huron to be measured (14 inches) and weighed (1 1/2 pounds).

Year
1997
Month
July
Day
13
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Canoeists Prepare For Race During Huron River Day, July 1990

Canoeists Prepare For Race During Huron River Day, July 1990 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1990
Caption
Jim Richardson (left) of Orchard Lake rests up before competing in the two-mile canoe race with partner Chuck Couch of Ann Arbor.

Year
1990
Month
July
Day
8
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Canoe Races Are a Highlight of Huron River Day, July 1990

Canoe Races Are a Highlight of Huron River Day, July 1990 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1990
Caption
Canoeists competing in the two-mile race jockey for position. The race was one of many events scheduled during Huron River Day at Gallup Park Sunday.

Year
1990
Month
July
Day
8
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Months of Drought Cause Low Water Levels for the Huron River, July 1988

Months of Drought Cause Low Water Levels for the Huron River, July 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 10, 1988
Caption
The Huron River exposes its muddy banks while meandering along at Hamburg Road.

Year
1988
Month
July
Day
6
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Organizer Shirley Axon and Canoesport Owner Ned Sharples Promote Huron River Day, July 1988

Organizer Shirley Axon and Canoesport Owner Ned Sharples Promote Huron River Day, July 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1988
Caption
Ad For River--Huron River Day Chairwoman Shirley Axon speaks of the annual river celebration, to be held Sunday, July 10, at Gallup Park, while Canoesport owner Ned Sharples, who arranges the day's exhibition of wood and canvas canoes, waits his turn. Cameraman/director Andy Watts tapes the five-minute program, which will be televised next week on Community Access Television. Among new events this year are flycasting, demonstrations, aquarium displays of Huron River fish, a performance by the Ann Arbor Civic Band and several new slide programs.

Year
1988
Month
July
Day
1
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Twins Shannon and Chris Peck Learn to Kayak During Huron River Day, July 1982

Twins Shannon and Chris Peck Learn to Kayak During Huron River Day, July 1982 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 6, 1982
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Shannon and Chris Peck, twins from Ann Arbor, get kayak lesson during Huron River Days.

Year
1982
Month
July
Day
5
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Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960

Jesse Campbell, Ann Arbor High School, Clears The High Jump In Regional Track Meet, May 1960 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 16, 1960
Caption
UP AND OVER: Ann Arbor High's Jesse Campbell, who will be a co-defender of the state high-jump championship at Ferry Field Saturday, gets up and over with little to spare en route to Regional Meet victory. Ann Arbor High Teacher Don Schultz, the high-jump judge, watches the leap carefully. Campbell won at 6 feet 1/2 inch.

Year
1960
Month
May
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Huron High School's Mel Arnet Soars In His Winning Long Jump Against Adrian High School, April 1969

Huron High School's Mel Arnet Soars In His Winning Long Jump Against Adrian High School, April 1969 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 16, 1969
Caption
Huron High's Mel Arnet soars to victory in the long jump. He won first place against Adrian, recording a leap of 20 feet 5 inches. Ready to measure the jump is Jay Stielstra, Huron football coach. Kim Margeson, a cheerleader, watches.

Year
1969
Month
April
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Max Aupperle Explains Collar Construction To Students In His Tailoring Class, December 1948

Max Aupperle Explains Collar Construction To Students In His Tailoring Class, December 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 4, 1948
Caption
TAILORING CLASSES TO EXHIBIT WORK: Max K. Aupperle, instructor for Ann Arbor Evening School classes in tailoring, points out details of collar construction to three of his pupils, Miss Glorianne B. Buday of Manchester (left), Mrs. E. R. Dale of 2150 Independence Blvd., and Mrs. James George (right) of 502 Miller Ave. The women are wearing suits they made in class. Their work will be on exhibit Monday night at the Evening School's open house from 7:30 to 10 o'clock in Ann Arbor High School.

Year
1948
Month
December
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Aupperle Family Reunion At Willow Run Airport, July 1949

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Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1949
Caption
When Frieda Haerer (at the center holding flowers) and her three young children ended their plane trip from Frankfurt, Germany, this morning they found an enthusiastic welcoming group waiting at the Willow Run airport. Two brothers of Mrs. Haerer - Max Aupperle (at the extreme left) of 716 Oakland Ave. and Walter Aupperle (at the far right) of Chelsea - had not seen her for almost 20 years and had never seen the children. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Aupperle of 309 Catherine St. (standing near Mrs. Haerer) had last visited her in Germany in 1934, before the births of two of the children. George A. Wild, jr., of 426 Crest Ave., (beside Max) meet the Haerer family while his Army unit was stationed in Germany. The three children who formed such an important part of the reunion are Armin, 15, Herwalt, 10, and Arnhild, 7.

Year
1949
Month
July
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Max Aupperle, Tailor, Admires His Wife Modeling An Outfit He Designed, February 1959

Max Aupperle, Tailor, Admires His Wife Modeling An Outfit He Designed, February 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1959
Caption
GOES CONTINENTAL: Although Max Aupperle has designed women's clothing before, Mrs. Aupperle's outfit is the first one that was inspired by a current men's clothing trend - in this case the continental look. (Incidentally, Aupperle is wearing a modified version of the new men's fashion.)

Year
1959
Month
February
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Max Aupperle Wears His Prize-Winning Vicuna Coat, March 1964

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Ann Arbor News, March 3, 1964
Caption
DESIGNS PRIZE-WINNING COAT: Max K. Aupperle of 716 Oakland, a local custom tailor, is shown wearing a vicuna coat he designed and displayed at a Custom Tailors & Designers Association convention in Philadelphia, Pa. The lightweight coat, which double-breasted values at about $1,000, won a first-place blue ribbon in a convention fashion parade. Aupperle has been a tailor for Wild & Co. for the past 27 years. He said he is planning to open a design studio in the fall.

Year
1964
Month
March
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Max Aupperle Runs His Tailoring Business Out Of His Home, May 1970

Max Aupperle Runs His Tailoring Business Out Of His Home, May 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1970
Caption
Max Aupperle spends his days in the workroom of his home at 716 Oakland, sewing and tailoring for his customers. Several nights a week, he teaches classes in the Adult Education Department of the Ann Arbor Public Schools. To him, teaching is an enjoyment and a duty. (News photo by Eck Stanger)

Year
1970
Month
May
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Max Aupperle Teaches Tailoring In Ann Arbor's Continuing Education Program, May 1978

Max Aupperle Teaches Tailoring In Ann Arbor's Continuing Education Program, May 1978 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1978
Caption
The hands doing the stitching in the picture above have trained over 2,000 pupils in the finer details of constructing and fitting suits, pants and coats. And through it all, Aupperle says he never had a student he disliked.

Year
1978
Month
April
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Max Aupperle Teaches Tailoring In Ann Arbor's Continuing Education Program, May 1978

Max Aupperle Teaches Tailoring In Ann Arbor's Continuing Education Program, May 1978 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1978
Caption
MASTER CRAFTSMAN - Tailor Max Aupperle helps a student with a sewing problem for one of the last times. Aupperle ended a 32-year career of teaching tailoring in Ann Arbor's continuing education program last week. The master tailor was trained in Germany and worked for many years at Wild Men's Shop before setting up a private business in his home.

Year
1978
Month
April
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Max Aupperle - Master Tailor, March 1997

Max Aupperle - Master Tailor, March 1997 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1997
Caption
Max Aupperle is a longtime tailor who is now in the Custom Tailor Design Association Hall of Fame. From his studio in Ann Arbor, Aupperle has clothed some famous people, from the late U-M President Alexander Ruthven to former U-M football coach Bo Schembechler.

Year
1997
Month
March
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Rabbi Aharon & Levi Goldstein Prepare For Passover, April 1990

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Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1990
Caption
With a candle lighting the way, Rabbi Goldstein and his son Levi, 11, demonstrate the traditional search for leavened food before Passover. A feather is used to gather up any remaining crumbs of leaven, or chometz, they find.

Year
1990
Month
April
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Virginia Hendrickson Irvin With Some Of Her Award-Winning Miniature Paintings, January 1962

Virginia Hendrickson Irvin With Some Of Her Award-Winning Miniature Paintings, January 1962 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 17, 1962
Caption
SMALL PACKAGES: Mrs. Virginia Hendrickson Irvin of 619 E. University Ave. displays a few of her award-winning miniature paintings. She is one of the country's leading practitioners of the art.

Year
1962
Month
January
Description

Virginia is holding Reflection, ca. 1958, which won an award at the National Association of Women Artists 66th Annual Exhibition, New York City, 1958.

Standing on the table is Madonna, ca. 1948.

Hung on the wall are three paintings of her son, Charles E. Irvin, Jr. 

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Artist Earl Jackson and Angell Elementary Student Willie Spivey Work on Harlem Renaissance Mural, May 1994

Artist Earl Jackson and Angell Elementary Student Willie Spivey Work on Harlem Renaissance Mural, May 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 10, 1994
Caption
Artist Earl Jackson helps Angell Elementary School student Willie Spivey to take off his smock after he did touch-up work on the Harlem Renaissance mural at the Ann Arbor school.

Year
1994
Month
May
Day
9
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Percy Danforth, AKA Mr. Bones, Plays at Carpenter School, October 1988

Percy Danforth, AKA Mr. Bones, Plays at Carpenter School, October 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1988
Caption
PLAYING BONES - Percy 'Mr. Bones' Danforth pays a call Wednesday on students at Carpenter School. Danforth, right, performed 'on the bones,' his unusual musical instrument, and gave students a try.

Year
1988
Month
October
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Percy Danforth Plays the Bones in the Lobby of the U-M Hospitals, March 1988

Percy Danforth Plays the Bones in the Lobby of the U-M Hospitals, March 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1988
Caption
MR. BONES - Percy Danforth performs in the lobby of the University of Michigan Hospitals on Sunday. Danforth played the bones to celebrate the opening of a program recognizing vintage artists of Michigan.

Year
1988
Month
March
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