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Michigan Map Society Members Examine An Old Map Of The Great Lakes Region, July 1978

Michigan Map Society Members Examine An Old Map Of The Great Lakes Region, July 1978 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1978
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LOPSIDED: The Lower Peninsula of Michigan is a little bit lopsided on this old map of the Great Lakes region being examined by (from left) Dr. Thomas Cross, president of the Michigan Map Society; June Harris, secretary, and Douglas Marshall, chairman of the society's projects committee. (News photo by Larry E. Wright)
Month
July
Year
1978
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Boys Watch Excavation Work At Clague's Grocery, August 1954

Boys Watch Excavation Work At Clague's Grocery, August 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1954
Caption
LAZY WORK ON A LAZY DAY: "Sidewalk superintending" is about all the exertion these boys care for on a steamy August afternoon. They're watching excavation work for an addition to Clague's Grocery on Packard St.
Month
August
Year
1954
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Employees Sewing Draperies at John W. Kopp Co. in Brighton, July 1954

Employees Sewing Draperies at John W. Kopp Co. in Brighton, July 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 13, 1954
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DRAPERIES FOR TRAILER COACHES: Seamstresses at the John W. Kopp Co. plant in Brighton are busy from morning to night making draperies for Vagabond coaches and canvas products for a variety of companies and uses. Shown above (left to right) are Mrs. Kopp, owner and operator of the business, Mrs. Robert Wile, Miss Clara Kasper and Mrs. Bernard Kourt.
Month
July
Year
1954
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Vicki Reynolds Celebrates Her 13th Birthday On Friday The 13th, March 1964

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Ann Arbor News, March 12, 1964
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GREMLINS, BE GONE! Vicki Reynolds of 588 Dellwood Dr. makes a final check of the candles on her birthday cake before lighting them and blowing them out with a wish for some good luck tomorrow. She plans to dispel the superstitious gloom of Friday the 13th - made all the more ominous by the simultaneous occurrence of her 13th birthday - with a slumber party on a "good luck" theme at her home. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Reynolds and a seventh grade student at Forsythe Junior High.
Month
March
Year
1964
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Christmas Decorations At Fire Station No. 3, December 21, 1963

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Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1963
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Santa and the Firehouse: Persons passing the Fire Department's west side station on Jackson Ave. get this view of the coming holiday as expressed by the men at the substation. The chimney in the foreground conceals lights which shine on the sleigh and reindeer at night. The display was made by firemen assigned to the station.
Month
December
Year
1963
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Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Fire Station On West Side, October 3, 1962

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1962
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Groundbreakers: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (center) and two assistant fire chiefs wield the shovel simultaneously to rocket the first spadeful of earth, signaling the start of construction of a new west side fire station on Veterans Memorial Park property. The two assistant chiefs are Arthur L. Stauch (left) and Harold E. Gauss.
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3
Month
October
Year
1962
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Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Fire Station On West Side, October 3, 1962

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1962
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Groundbreakers: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (center) and two assistant fire chiefs wield the shovel simultaneously to rocket the first spadeful of earth, signaling the start of construction of a new west side fire station on Veterans Memorial Park property. The two assistant chiefs are Arthur L. Stauch (left) and Harold E. Gauss.
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3
Month
October
Year
1962
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Groundbreaking Ceremony For New Fire Station On West Side, October 3, 1962

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Ann Arbor News, October 4, 1962
Caption
Groundbreakers: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (center) and two assistant fire chiefs wield the shovel simultaneously to rocket the first spadeful of earth, signaling the start of construction of a new west side fire station on Veterans Memorial Park property. The two assistant chiefs are Arthur L. Stauch (left) and Harold E. Gauss.
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3
Month
October
Year
1962
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St. Thomas High School Baseball Players, May 1952

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Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1952
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CAN CLINCH SECOND PLACE IN CATHOLIC LEAGUE: This St. Thomas baseball foursome and their mates can clinch undisputed second place in the Catholic League of Southern Michigan by defeating Battle Creek St. Philip's on the latter's diamond next week. Day of the game has not been set. From left to right are Ray Carpenter, Bill Milone (who has hurled two no-hitters in league play this season), John Shultis, and John Day.
Month
May
Year
1952
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St. Thomas High School Baseball Team, May 1953

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Ann Arbor News, May 29, 1953
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WIN SCHOOL'S FIRST DIAMOND TITLE: This St. Thomas baseball team was assured of at least a share of the Catholic League baseball championship before tomorrow afternoon's season-ending twin bill with Lansing St. Mary's at West Park. If the local Irish can beat St. Mary's in the first game, which goes into the loop standings, they'll take the crown all alone. If they lose they'll share their school's first diamond title with the Lansing Blues who were upset, 6-3, by tail-end Jackson St. Mary's Thursday. Front row, left to right: Manager Sam Tramontin, Ken Scodeller, John Cook, Bill Milone, Mike Moynihan, Bob Tice, Ron Mercier, Dennis Fitzgerald, Ray Carpenter, and Larry Dunn. Back row, left to right: Coach Leo Wagner, Lyle Antieau, Mike Brown, Bill Anderson, Jim Conlin, Bill Tice, Dick Parker, John Shultis, and Assistant Coach Joe Rodriguez.
Month
May
Year
1953
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Sheriff's Deputies Examine The Well Where Willard Reynolds & Samuel Pitcher Died, August 1952

Sheriff's Deputies Examine The Well Where Willard Reynolds & Samuel Pitcher Died, August 1952 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1952
Caption
Sheriff's officers peer into the well opening through which a father and his stepson fell to their deaths Saturday. The victims were Willard E. Reynolds, 36, of 5510 Hellner Rd., and Samuel F. Pitcher, 15. They were repairing a defective water pump, shown at the well mouth, when they plunged into the 20-foot well. The deputies are (left to right) Kenneth Holzapfel, Virgil Harrison and Vincent Snell.
Month
August
Year
1952
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St. Thomas High School Baseball vs. Wayne St. Mary's, April 1965

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Ann Arbor News, April 23, 1965
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Denny Dyer of St. Thomas slides - but not in time - in yesterday's home opener at Northside Park. Dyer was tagged out by Wayne St. Mary catcher Pat Jenner while still three feet from the plate. Jenner was the big man at the plate for St. Mary, with a bases-loaded homer in the fourth inning. St. Mary won, 14-3.
Month
April
Year
1965
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Riccard Fabrics Store Closing Sale, June 1987

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Ann Arbor News, June 12, 1987
Caption
The closing of Riccard Fabrics at the end of the month has revived a debate over skyrocketing rents in Ann Arbor's downtown business district.
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12
Month
June
Year
1987
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Ann Schwartz, Bride Of Warren Smith, On Her Wedding Day - August 27, 1943

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1943
Caption
Ann Elizabeth Schwartz of Liberty Rd. and Sgt. Warren L. Smith, USAAF, formerly of Watertown, N. Y., were married last night in the Michigan League chapel.
Month
August
Year
1943
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The Wedding Of Ann Schwartz & Warren Smith - August 27, 1943

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Month
August
Year
1943
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Margaret Schwartz Weid - Matron of Honor, Maxine Hall & Mary Jane Plumer - Bridesmaids, Margaret Ann Weid - Flower Girl, Lewis Mintz - Best Man, Russell F. Weid & Daniel S. Ling - Ushers

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Old Newspaper Shows Perpetrators of Ypsilanti Torch Murders, August 1957

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Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1957
Caption
FINAL EDITION: This is the front page of The Ann Arbor Daily News on Aug. 14, 1931, telling of the transportation of the three "Torch Killers" to Southern Michigan Prison at Jackson. The upper right hand "ear" of the page notes that the edition is the "Morning Extra." This edition was the eleventh extra published by The News in three days.
Month
August
Year
1957
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Joseph B. Shock Home - 3680 Morgan Road, December 1949

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Ann Arbor News, December 28, 1949
Caption
SCENE OF SHOOTING: In this dismal farmhouse at 3680 Morgan Rd. just west of Ypsilanti, 58-year-old Joseph Shock yesterday shot his wife, then turned the gun on himself and took his own life. Mrs. Shock, 55, critically injured, is in Beyer Memorial Hospital, Ypsilanti.
Month
December
Year
1949
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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
Caption
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.
Month
August
Year
1965
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