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Skiing In Grayling, February 1946

Skiing In Grayling, February 1946 image
Month
February
Year
1946
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Slowed almost to a halt by the war, winter sports in Michigan are being reconverted so fast that even the most ardent enthusiasts are a bit surprised. Here some feminine fans try out their post-war ski legs at Grayling, north central Michigan's winter sports capital.
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Skating Rink And Winter Carnival Throne At Grayling Winter Sports Area, February 1946

Skating Rink And Winter Carnival Throne At Grayling Winter Sports Area, February 1946 image
Month
February
Year
1946
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During the week-end of Feb. 16-17, 15,000 visitors thronged into the Grayling Winter Sports Area. This was the largest crowd ever to attend a Grayling week-end. Shown above are racing skaters rounding a curve on the huge rink, 887x999 feet, which is advertised as the largest in Michigan.
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Aerial Photograph of Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary, Washtenaw Ave., October 1951

Aerial Photograph of Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary, Washtenaw Ave., October 1951 image
Month
October
Year
1951
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While the new Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary's first class is taking preliminary study for the priesthood in the former LaPointe home at 4133 Washtenaw Rd. (square building, center), the new buildings for the larger complete seminary are rising around it. In News Photographer Maitland LaMotte's aerial view, the U-shaped structure in foreground will be the high school building. Dormitories, now in use, are beyond the house, and the chapel framework is at right of the dormitories. Henry deKoning of Ann Arbor is the contractor for the $500,000 project. Washtenaw Ave. cuts across the lower right corner of picture.
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On the Steps of Ann Arbor High School, September 1952

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September
Year
1952
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A typical scene as the school day ends is the stream of students ouring out through all entrances. Expressions vary as students are intent on problems, hurrying to an after-school job or just stopping to hash over the day's experiences. The photos was made at Ann Arbor High.
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League Of Women Voters Members Meet At Hathaway's Hideaway, January 1975

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January
Year
1975
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TIMES HAVE CHANGED - When the local League of Women Voters first sought outside donations in 1942, its president and treasurer were nearly "blown out of the office" of the local Republican party chairman, who insisted they should be home washing diapers. Today, the League's annual finance drive is carefully planned by members of its finance committee and community leaders. Meeting at Hathaway's Hideaway from left are Barbara Dankert, Pat Pawelski, Susan Westerman, John Hathaway and Rosemarian Blake.
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League Of Women Voters Members Plan LWV Week Events, September 1975

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September
Year
1975
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League of Women Voters Membership Chairman Mary Lynn Thomson, left, Myrtle Cox, vice president for program and Helen West, president, extend to prospective members an invitation to a series of introductory meetings scheduled for this week.
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Burns Park School Students Make Paper Turkeys For Thanksgiving, November 1954

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November
Year
1954
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'TURKEY' TRIMMERS: Holiday birds are plentiful in the area but, taking no chances, the youngsters in Miss Mary Reisig's second grade room at Burns Park School are building their own anyway. Here, Donald Christopherson (left) of 1515 South Blvd. and Kristina Bidwell of 901 Rose St. add "feathers" to the paper bag "turkeys."
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League Of Women Voters Members Sign A Debate Petition, September 1976

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September
Year
1976
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Local League of Women Voters members Linda Benson, left, Joyce Girz and Suzan Peltzie distribute a petition supporting the League-sponsored presidential debates. Information about the local League, which is currently conducting a membership drive, is available from the League office at 209 S. Fourth Ave., telephone, 761-0978, or from Girz at 769-2105.
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Robert Kesling - University of Michigan Paleontologist, February 1983

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February
Year
1983
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The tiny ostracod has been a lifelong focus of research for University of Michigan paleontologist Robert Kesling.
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Helen Arnold Drizzles Frosting On A Pound Cake, April 1970

Helen Arnold Drizzles Frosting On A Pound Cake, April 1970 image
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April
Year
1970
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Pound cake is one of the favorite desserts of the Irven Arnold family. Mrs. Arnold tops it with a frosting of lemon juice and confectioners' sugar. Waldora Arnold developed the recipe, which her mother makes often. Mike, the youngest son, has mastered the technique of making perfect Baked Alaskas. Mrs. Arnold contributes hours of volunteer work by making "treats."
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Robert Westerman - Bob Westerman's Pure Oil Service Station, May 1956

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May
Year
1956
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ROBERT WESTERMAN
1100 S. University
Ann Arbor
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Nicholas Patrisso - Nick's One-Stop Service Station, May 1956

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May
Year
1956
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NICHOLAS PATRISSO
6105 W. Grand River
Brighton, Mich.
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Emmett Hankerd - Hankerd Pure Oil Service Station, May 1956

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May
Year
1956
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EMMETT HANKERD
501 S. Main St.
Chelsea, Mich.
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League Of Women Voters Members At Luncheon Meeting, January 1980

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January
Year
1980
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VOTER'S CHOICE - Finance committee members Richard Rowland, left, Hazel Proctor and Lee Benz and LWV President Anne Sichel get a look at new publication 'Pick a Candidate' at Tuesday's luncheon meeting.
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League Of Women Voters Members With Election Guide, July 1980

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July
Year
1980
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PREVIEW - League of Women Voter officials Jane Barker, left, Anne Sichel and Myrtle Cox get a preview of the voter guide the league has published outlining the contests and candidates in the Aug. 5 primary election. The guide is available free at many banks, stores and libraries throughout the county. News photo by Larry E. Wright.
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Gloria Frankena & James Frenza With The League Of Women Voters Publication 'Your Elected Officials', January 1981

Gloria Frankena & James Frenza With The League Of Women Voters Publication 'Your Elected Officials', January 1981 image
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January
Year
1981
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Gloria Frankena, left, LWV finance chairman, shows James Frenza, Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce executive director, a copy of the new edition of 'Your Elected Officials.'
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Carol Silvestro, Jo Howe, & Helen West With The League Of Women Voters Election Guide, June 1981

Carol Silvestro, Jo Howe, & Helen West With The League Of Women Voters Election Guide, June 1981 image
Month
June
Year
1981
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Carol Silvestro, left, manager of Hudson's Briarwood which helped fund the publication, Jo Howe and Helen West, League of Women Voters president, review the Election Guide for the June 8 school board election which is now available.
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Mariana Kopacz & Thomas J. Fegan With The New League Of Women Voters Publication, January 1982

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January
Year
1982
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League of Women Voters chairman of urban policy Mariana Kopacz discusses the new LWV publication, 'Regionalism,' with Thomas J. Fegan, director of county planning
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Karl And Amy Lagler Inside Their Antelope Antiques Shop, July 1998

Karl And Amy Lagler Inside Their Antelope Antiques Shop, July 1998 image
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28
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July
Year
1998
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Karl Lagler and his wife, Amy, show some of the items in their Antelope Antiques shop on Fourth Avenue in Ann Arbor. The Laglers are selling all their goods and closing the store Oct. 1 after four years in the business. Karl Lagler said he's still looking for the first Rose Bowl program as a keepsake.
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William B. Wilson - Helped Name The Huron Valley Bridge, October 1955

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October
Year
1955
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TWO OF FIVE BRIDGE NAMERS: William B. Wilson, 89, (top) of Northfield township, and Richard Hantula of 438 Brookside Dr. (bottom) were two of the five persons who suggested Huron Valley Bridge, the name chosen as official for the new bridge to carry highway traffic over the Huron River north of the city.
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Richard Hantula - Helped Name The Huron Valley Bridge, October 1955

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October
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1955
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TWO OF FIVE BRIDGE NAMERS: William B. Wilson, 89, (top) of Northfield township, and Richard Hantula of 438 Brookside Dr. (bottom) were two of the five persons who suggested Huron Valley Bridge, the name chosen as official for the new bridge to carry highway traffic over the Huron River north of the city.
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Retiring Historian A.P. Marshall Reflects on His Career, April 1991

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30
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April
Year
1991
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A.P. Marshall Reflects on an historic life in Ypsilanti while preparing to move to North Carolina.
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Ypsilanti Historian A.P. Marshall Seated on Couch, July 1987

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22
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July
Year
1987
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A.P. Marshall: 'I'm a sucker for the community.'
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Mayor Brown Adds A Rivet To The Huron River Bridge Construction Project, June 1955

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June
Year
1955
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MAYOR AT WORK: A brief ceremony yesterday marked the end of one phase of the construction on the new Whitmore Lake Rd. (US-23) bridge over the Huron River. Mayor William E. Brown, jr., shown in the center operating the rivet gun, drove the final rivet in the metal framework of the span. Assisting the mayor here is Richard Davidson, representing his father, L. A. Davidson of Lansing, contractor for the project. Silver rivets used in the ceremony were later presented to Mayor Brown and Davidson.
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Dorothy Jean Thomas Builds A Snow Lady In Her Yard, February 1940

Dorothy Jean Thomas Builds A Snow Lady In Her Yard, February 1940 image
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February
Year
1940
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HER MASTERPIECE: Dorothy Jean Thomas of 1054 Ferdon Rd., is very proud of the snow lady she fashioned yesterday. Her dog, however, sniffs at the whole idea and wonders why he doesn't get that much attention.
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Snow Blankets The Home Of Harold Gray At 1416 Hill Street, February 1940

Snow Blankets The Home Of Harold Gray At 1416 Hill Street, February 1940 image
Month
February
Year
1940
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Yesterday's heavy snowfall turned the city into fantastic studies in white and black. The home of Harold S. Gray at 1416 Hill St., was typical of the appearance of Ann Arbor residences with shrubs and trees encrusted by snow.
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