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John Fisher Demonstrates Wrestling Moves at Parkridge Community Center, July 1988

John Fisher Demonstrates Wrestling Moves at Parkridge Community Center, July 1988 image
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July
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1988
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U-M wrester John Fisher, right, shows a participant how to 'hand tap' an opponent and bring him to the mat at the Parkridge Community Center. The session is part of a month-long summer sports camp that was made available to youth primarily from Ypsilanti's South Side.
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Flag Raising At Cherry Hill School, April 1949

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April
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1949
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Proper respect for the American flag is the subject for the first and last lessons of the day in all of Washtenaw county's country schools. Typical of this solemn and symbolic rite was the raising at the Cherry Hill school, near the Wayne-Washtenaw county line by the group shown above. While the teacher, Mrs. Jane W. West, watches approvingly, Harry West (left) and Elizabeth Gustine raise the school's flag before the morning session starts.
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Rock At Washtenaw And Hill Painted With Face, October 1970

Rock At Washtenaw And Hill Painted With Face, October 1970 image
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1970
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Great Stone Face: Witchcraft was obviously at work on that great eye-catching rock that graces the lawn at Washtenaw and Hill that has been the object of so many sneaky and cunning artists in the past.
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400 Pound 'Snowball From Hell' Going South, June 1969

400 Pound 'Snowball From Hell' Going South, June 1969 image
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1969
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400 Pound Snowball Going South: With the "Snowball from Hell" are (left to right) Carl oleski of 3685 East M-36 Pinckney, and Pat Stevens of Allen Park, holding the sign. On the float, helping Kem Charbonneau, is his wife, Cheryl.
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Bus-Side Advertising Helps Pay For Public Transportation, January 1964

Bus-Side Advertising Helps Pay For Public Transportation, January 1964 image
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January
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1964
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Bus System Hope(Full): Two methods of saving public bus transportation for Ann Arbor are increasing patronage and adding advertising to emphasize these points. Mayor Cecil O. Creal (at the wheel) poses in one of the rejuvenated buses with City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. (at the rear). Arvin Marshall, new owner of City Bus Co., is hopeful that buses will be filled to capacity when service is resumed Monday and that advertising will cover the buses both inside and out, as illustrated above.
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Contract Signed For New Labor Union At King-Seeley Corp, November 1951

Contract Signed For New Labor Union At King-Seeley Corp, November 1951 image
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1951
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Representatives of King-Seeley Corp. and the UAW-CIO yesterday signed the first union contract ever negotiated for workers at the K-S Ann Arbor and Scio plants. Present at the formal signing ceremony were (seated) A. Neil Gustine, K-S president; Webb A. Magnor, UAW-CIO international representative; and (standing, left to right) Edward Hamel (union), Royal Baker (union), R. W. Berkeley (company), W. W. Lewis (company), John Taylor (company), Arthur Berarducci (union), Lilian Tinsley (union), Oliver Johnson (union), Luella Mueller (union), William Flowers (union), Margaret Young (union), William Young (union) and William Hatchett (union).
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Dale Schultz at his family's mailbox, July 1954

Dale Schultz at his family's mailbox, July 1954 image
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July
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1954
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NEITHER RAIN NOR STRAIN: News Photographer Dale Fisher's picture of 14-year-old Dale Schultz reaching for the family mail from their box at Sauer and Saline-Milan Rds. suggests a slight padding out of the slogan which inspires all U. S. postal personnel to their best efforts. "Neither rain nor sleet nor gloom of night (nor even a precarious grab from a balanced bike) shall stay these carriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds."
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Mary Ann Tiffany, of Ann Arbor High School, wins first place in the senior division at the Southeast Michigan Science Fair, April 1960

Mary Ann Tiffany, of Ann Arbor High School, wins first place in the senior division at the Southeast Michigan Science Fair, April 1960 image
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April
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1960
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First place girl, senior division: Mary Ann Tiffany of Ann Arbor High School
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Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960

Don Cramer, of Ypsilanti, with his winning wheelless transportation device, at the Science Fair, April 1960 image
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April
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1960
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WHEELLESS TRANSPORTATION: Don Cramer, 14-year-old ninth-grade student at East Junior High School in Ypsilanti, demonstrates a device involving wheelless transportation during the Southeastern Michigan Science Fair over the weekend in Ann Arbor. The device is suspended and moves on a narrow cushion of air. His entry--"The Ground Effect--Wheelless Transportation"--won a second prize in the overall Senior Division and a first place in the engineering category of that division. Don is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Cramer of 316 Garland Ave. Several area students were cited.
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Ellen Moore, of Tappan Junior High School, with her winning entry, April 1960

Ellen Moore, of Tappan Junior High School, with her winning entry, April 1960 image
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First place girl, junior division: Ellen Moore of Tappan Junior High School, April 1960
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Bruce Walker, of Tappan Junior High School, wins first place in the junior division at the Southeast Michigan Science Fair, April 1960

Bruce Walker, of Tappan Junior High School, wins first place in the junior division at the Southeast Michigan Science Fair, April 1960 image
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April
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1960
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First place boy, junior division: Bruce Walker of Tappan Junior High School.
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Michael Washburn, of Saline Area High School, is first place winner in the senior boy division, April 1960

Michael Washburn, of Saline Area High School, is first place winner in the senior boy division, April 1960 image
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April
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1960
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First place boy, senior division: Michael Washburn of Saline Area High School, April 1960
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Ann Arbor High School Homecoming Queen Candidates, October 1961

Ann Arbor High School Homecoming Queen Candidates, October 1961 image
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1961
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HOMECOMING QUEEN CANDIDATES: These seven Ann Arbor High School girls are candidates for homecoming queen. Name of the winner will be announced tomorrow night during half-time of the football game between the Pioneers and Lansing Eastern. The girls are (left to right) Sue Hogan, a sophomore; Robin Lawrence, a junior; Laura Evans, a sophomore; Judy Smith, a senior; Pam Hogan, a senior; Gail McCormick, a senior, and Sally Sinn, a junior.
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Nine children in the Jimmie D. James family are ready to attend Ann Arbor Public Schools on Wednesday, September 1957

Nine children in the Jimmie D. James family are ready to attend Ann Arbor Public Schools on Wednesday, September 1957 image
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TEN IN FAMILY TO GO TO SCHOOL: These nine children of the Jimmie D. James family of 431 Glen Ave. and one not shown will attend Ann Arbor public schools when school opens Wednesday. They are (left to right) Dortha, 21, who will take postgraduate work at Ann Arbor High School; Bernice, 16; Willy, 15; Jimmie, 13; Margaret, 12; Geraldine, 10; Leroy 9; Lafayette, 8; and Marshall, 6. Ernestine, 18, a high school senior, was not available when this photo was taken.
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Brandy II, of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, runs in chariot race on the U-M Diag, October 1958

Brandy II, of Delta Upsilon Fraternity, runs in chariot race on the U-M Diag, October 1958 image
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October
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1958
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OFF TO THE RACES: There wasn't a horse race, but a chariot race on the Diagonal of the U-M campus Saturday. Here a group of coeds prepare to cheer on Delta Upsilon fraternity's Brandy II at the start of the race. Brandy ran a "dogged" race but lost to Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity's mascot, Major, by about 10 lengths.
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Large Leaf Piles Might Conceal Children At Play, October 1958

Large Leaf Piles Might Conceal Children At Play, October 1958 image
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1958
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Possible Danger: A big pile of leaves, such as this raked to the street edge for the city's pick-up equipment, plus a car can spell danger--if a child at play conceals himself in the pile. The attraction to play in the piles of leaves is big for children, but city officials today issued a warning that such play is extremely dangerous and should be avoided. Again this fall, it was pointed out, city crews have noted some frightening instances of children playing in the piles of leaves raked into city streets.
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Sign Announces 'It's A Boy' Outside Home Of New Parents Dr. and Mrs. Robert A Aldrich, August 1959

Sign Announces 'It's A Boy' Outside Home Of New Parents Dr. and Mrs. Robert A Aldrich, August 1959 image
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August
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1959
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SIGN FOR A SON: A couple of remarkable things happened to Dr. and Mrs. Robert A. Aldrich of 1836 Virnankay Circle. For one thing, Mrs. Aldrich gave birth to the couple's first boy, Robert Alfred Aldrich, and for the second, three neighbors decided to announce that fact to the world via this sign. The neighbors are Robert Hammonds (a professional sign painter), Robert Probst and Warne Holcomb. That's Dr. Aldrich and his two daughters, Jane, 4, and Mimi, 2, on their front porch.
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'Auto Buy Now Parade' Goes Through Ann Arbor, April 1958

'Auto Buy Now Parade' Goes Through Ann Arbor, April 1958 image
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'AUTO BUY NOW PARADE': Thousands of local residents turned out last night to watch the hour-long parade for Ann Arbor's "You Auto Buy Now" campaign. Old and new cars, trucks, farm equipment, horses, boats and bands were just some of the 146 units involved. Pictured is one section of the parade near the beginning of the route.
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Renovation Progresses On The Future Home Of Link Motors, November 1947

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Down With The Old, Up With The New.
Progress on the $20,000 expansion program for the garage building on the northwest corner of E. Huron and Division Sts. is shown in this photograph taken from the roof of The Ann Arbor News. The building, which formerly housed the Day Transfer Co., will be the home of Link's Studebaker sales and service agency.
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Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

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1952
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Riding in an old automobile at the head of yesterday's Michigras parade were the winers of the "kiddie contest," "Mr. Danny Duster"--Freddy Slack of 1406 Iroquois Pl, (in derby), and "Miss Betty Bustle"--Moureen Beetan of 2018 Devolson Ave. (seated next to Freddy).
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Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952 image
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"Scholarship" was the theme of the float which took first place honors in judging at the Michigras parade which wound through Ann Arbor streets yesterday. The winning float was built jointly by Alpha Phi sorority and Theta Xi fraternity. Judges were Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, J. Fred Lawton, author of "The Varsity" lyrics, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., and Richard Wilt of the U-M Architecture School.
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Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952 image
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1952
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The girls of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority commemorated the ruins of Haven Hall, old-time University campus building which burned June 6, 1950, in their float in the Michigras parade held yesterday afternoon. The float drew honorable mention from the judges. A placard, perhaps as a note of warning to future fire hazards, was attached to the side: "Romance Language Will Be Next."
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Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952 image
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1952
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A series of huge, inflated balloons lent an unusual air to the Michigras parade yesterday heralding the 1952 two-day carnival which concludes tonight in Yost Fieldhouse. The balloons became part of the parade through the cooperation of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce and the Retail Merchants Association.
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Freshmen Start first Day On University Campus, September 1952

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Shown facing their first day on the University Campus are nice coed members of the class of '56. The freshmen women are receiving registration and orientation week instructions from orientation group leader Anna Azimow. The girls appear so intent on the business at hand as not to notice the file of freshman men in the background. Some 300 orientation group leaders are serving as guides for the estimated 2,000 freshmen being introduced to campus life at the U-M this week.
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County Jail Administrator Paul Wasson Talks With Inmate, January 1973

County Jail Administrator Paul Wasson Talks With Inmate, January 1973 image
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Jail Administrator At Work: Paul Wasson, the new administrator for the County Jail, directs the preparation of a meal for prisoners with Ted Murray, an inmate who wants to become a cook when he is released. Wasson says he intends to help place Murray in a cooking job when he is discharged.
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Pete Danovich: RBI Hitter For Ann Arbor Travelers, June 1959

Pete Danovich: RBI Hitter For Ann Arbor Travelers, June 1959 image
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June
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1959
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BROTHERS' BATS BOOM: The Danovich brothers, John and Pete, will enjoy an extra look at the box scores in the adjourning column. In a weekend of baseball with the Ann Arbor Travelers, the Outfielders Danovich collected nine hits, scored five runs, and batted in five. Pete getting all the RBIs. John was a member of Michigan's varsity the past spring while Pete played for Central Michigan. Pete starred in basketball and baseball for Ann Arbor High during the 1957-58 school year.
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Pete Momcilovich To Pitch For Ann Arbor Travelers, June 1959

Pete Momcilovich To Pitch For Ann Arbor Travelers, June 1959 image
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June
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1959
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WILL TAKE MOUND: Newcomer Pete Momcilovich, a control pitcher with a good fast ball, will be on the mound for the Travelers tomorrow as they host the Pittsford Merchants at West Park. A former Detroit with four years of experience in Class A ball, Momcilovich was a 9-7 winner over Mansfield, O., in his first start for the Travelers last week. Tomorrow's contest will get under way at 2:30 p.m.
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13 Year League Baseball Players Pick Up Stones At Veterans Park, July 1959

13 Year League Baseball Players Pick Up Stones At Veterans Park, July 1959 image
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July
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1959
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STONE-PICKING BEE: Hopeful their efforts would lead to better playing conditions for 1960, many members of the 13-Year League gathered at the new 75-foot diamond at Veterans Park yesterday for a stone-picking bee designed to get the top layer of pebbles off a field which has promise but needs considerable careful attention. There was some talk, too, of trying to pick up the third-base corner of the father-tilted diamond which isn't exactly square to the world. Other players discussed the possibility of uprooting the brand-new backstop, which now stands less than 15 feet from home plate, and replanting it far enough back to serve its purpose and yet allow catchers and umpires room to maneuver. Whether or not the other things receive attention, those on hand made sure there will be a few thousand fewer stones to worry about until the next crop works its way to the surface.
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Rick Knorpp Cooks Sausage For The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973

Rick Knorpp Cooks Sausage For The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973 image
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February
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1973
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In another part of the kitchen Rick Knorpp tends to the sausage.
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Mark Smalley Spoons Pancake Batter On The Grill For The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973

Mark Smalley Spoons Pancake Batter On The Grill For The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973 image
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February
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1973
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Former student teacher Tom Annelin casts a very watchful eye on Mark Smalley as he spoons pancake batter on the grill.
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Karen Black Serves Breakfast To Evelyn Syers At The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973

Karen Black Serves Breakfast To Evelyn Syers At The Project Scarlett 'Road Runner Inn' Restaurant, February 1973 image
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And, finally, Karen Black serves a completed breakfast to math teacher Evelyn Syers.
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Linda Richardson With Dolled Up Dog, March 1963

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March
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1963
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CHI-CHI IS CHIC: Linda Richardson, 10, of 915 Woodlawn Ave. once dressed her pup, named Chi-Chi, in doll's clothing when it was ill. Now the alert little mongrel shows a preference for a "dress-up" dinner. In fact, Linda says, the dog will refuse to drink his milk unless clothed. But that provides a happy chore for Linda.
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Tina Lessnau Belly Dances At The Ann Arbor Ethnic Fair, September 1976

Tina Lessnau Belly Dances At The Ann Arbor Ethnic Fair, September 1976 image
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September
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1976
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Tina Lessnau, a belly dancer, performs during opening night entertainment Friday for the Ann Arbor Ethnic Festival on Main Street. A large crowd turned out to enjoy a variety of ethnic food and entertainment. The fair continues through tonight. Story and pictures on Page 3.
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Allmendinger Park shelter getting readied as a polling place, March 1956

Allmendinger Park shelter getting readied as a polling place, March 1956 image
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March
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1956
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NEW POLLING PLACE READIED: Workmen were busy today preparing the Allmendinger Park shelter for use by voters in Monday's municipal election. It will mark the first time that the shelter has been used for this purpose. Voters in the third precinct of the Fourth Ward will cast their ballots there. In the foreground a dirt walkway is being laid and in the background a Michigan Bell Telephone Co. man is installing phone service to the polling place.
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Newly Married Beatrice & Kevin Kennedy Arrive At Their Wedding Breakfast In The Michigan League - February 3, 1940

Newly Married Beatrice & Kevin Kennedy Arrive At Their Wedding Breakfast In The Michigan League - February 3, 1940 image
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February
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1940
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WEDDING BREAKFAST FOLLOWED CEREMONY OF SATURDAY: The former Miss Beatrice Adele DeVine of Seneca Rd. and Kevin Kennedy of Buffalo, N. Y. were married at 11 o'clock Saturday morning in St. Mary's chapel, and a wedding breakfast was served at noon in the Michigan League. Just before the party was seated, the picture above was taken with Mrs. Kennedy at the left, Mr. Kennedy, and Miss Catherine DeVine, sister of the bride, who was her maid of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Kennedy motored south and will live in Buffalo.
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Newly Married Beatrice & Kevin Kennedy At Their Wedding Breakfast In The Michigan League - February 3, 1940

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Women in bonnets are the bride's sister Catherine DeVine (maid of honor), sister of the bridegroom Harriet Kennedy (bridesmaid), and the bride's sister Ellen DeVine (bridesmaid). Best man is Clyde P. Craine.

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Newly Married Beatrice & Kevin Kennedy At Their Wedding Breakfast In The Michigan League - February 3, 1940

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1940
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Women in bonnets are the bride's sister Catherine DeVine (maid of honor), sister of the bridegroom Harriet Kennedy (bridesmaid), and the bride's sister Ellen DeVine (bridesmaid). Best man is Clyde P. Craine.

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Dr. Frederick G. Novy On His 89th Birthday - December 9, 1953

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December
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1953
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RENOWNED SCIENTIST IS 89: Dr. Frederick G. Novy, world famous bacteriologist and former dean of the University Medical School, celebrated his 89th birthday yesterday.
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Spectators Wait For The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956

Spectators Wait For The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956 image
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October
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1956
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WAITING FOR PARADERS: Waiting impatiently for yesterday's County Building dedication parade to pass is this group of people on an E. Huron St. corner. An estimated 5,000 persons lined the parade route. Other pictures of the parade and dedication are on page 32.
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Sheriff Department's Mounted Unit Rides In The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956

Sheriff Department's Mounted Unit Rides In The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956 image
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October
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1956
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MOUNTED SHERIFF'S POSSE: Sheriff Erwin L. Klager's mounted posse, which was formed in June, rode yesterday in its first parade. Immediately after the parade, the posse was sent to Sylvan township to hunt for three escapers from prison. The escapers were not found. About 32 men are members of the group of which 28 were in the parade.
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The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956

The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956 image
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October
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1956
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HERE THEY COME: Units in yesterday's parade swing down E. Huron St. to the new County Building under a sunny sky and in chilly temperatures.
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