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Community High School Enrollment Line, March 1993

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March
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1993
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Huddled under an umbrella and blanket, Emerson Middle School student Ben Arwin was the 100th person in line outside Community High School Thursday, even though he arrived at 9:30 a.m. Sign-up started at 7 a.m. today. Waiting in blowing snow were, from left, parents Lucy Hershey, Toni Reese, Arwin, Carol Edsall and Judi Silverman.
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Community High Student Nuvi Mehta Takes a Violin Lesson From His Father, July 1980

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22
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July
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1980
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Father and son duo Nuvi Mehta are enthusiastic
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Community High Graduate Joelene Piatt and Puppet With Diplomas, June 1974

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June
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1974
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Graduate Still A Dummy: Ventriloquist Joelene Piatt, left, and her dummy, Rusty Nails, talk to Dr. Wiley Brownlee about diplomas they received at Community High's commencement exercises Monday night. Miss Piatt was among 83 seniors to graduate from Community. Brownlee and Supt. Harry Howard presented the diplomas at the ceremony held at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
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Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961

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February
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1961
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REDUCING RODENTS: Mrs. Doris Taylor's home economics class at Tappan Junior High School is conducting a nutrition study through the use of rats and cafeteria food. Three kinds of food are being served the rats - a soft drink and potato chips, school lunch food with milk and school lunch food with water. The soft drink and chips-fed rats are growing weak and are expected to die. Looking at the rodents for signs of ill health are (left to right) Margo Stipe, Marilyn Martin and Sally Hogg.
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Sebastian Kresge, Donor Of U-M Research Institute, Honored At The Michigan Union, October 1949

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October
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1949
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Announcement of a $3,000,000 gift by the Kresge Foundation of Detroit to the University, for erection of a Medical Research Institute, was made last night at a dinner meeting of University officials, foundation trustees, and press representatives at the Michigan Union, honoring the donor, Sebastian S. Kresge. Left to right, above, are Amos F. Gregory, secretary of the foundation; Paul W. Voorhies, foundation president; Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the University Medical School; Mr. Kresge, creator of the foundation; University President Alexander G. Ruthven; and H. C. Baldwin, foundation vice-president.
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Willow Run Plant Leased to Kaiser-Frazer Corp, looking east, February 1946

Willow Run Plant Leased to Kaiser-Frazer Corp, looking east, February 1946 image
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February
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1946
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WILLOW RUN FROM THE AIR: The sprawling giant of American war plants, Willow Run now seems by comparison a quiet, empty place, as more than 1,000 workers prepare her for her peacetime role of automobile production. In this, one of the first aerial shots of the plant to be printed, Willow Run's hugeness is made graphic. In the background is the airfield where completed B-24s took off on their first step to battle. The picture was taken at an altitude of 800 feets, with the camera pointing east.
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Mack School "PTA" Meeting at 1408 Beechwood Dr., February 1949

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February
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1949
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Mack School Fathers "Double" At Bridge

Bridge, as "played" by women is the theme of one of the hilarious skits which will be presented by men of the Mack School PTA at the group's benefit card party Wednesday night at the school. While H. L. DeGroff of Hillcrest Dr. (left) ponders a raise to seven spades, Arthur S. Hall of Beechwood Dr. peeks through a lorgnette at the hand of Dr. Walter Swartz of Sunset Rd. and R. E. Sevebeck of Virginia Ave. (right) smiles smugly at the five spades, king high, in his hand.
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Sharon Wysocki with Artwork at Hollander's, November 2000

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November
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2000
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Sharon Wysocki of Ann Arbor with her artwork 'Cherub Mutterings' for sale at Hollander's.
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Patti Monroe-Mohrenweiser with Artwork at Hollander's, November 2000

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6
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November
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2000
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Patti Monroe-Mohrenweiser of Brighton with her artwork 'Seasons' at Hollander's in Kerrytown. The shadow box is antiqued and gold leaf frames the collage.
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Massey-Harris Tractor Pulls Three-Plow Unit on Warren Murdoch Farm, April 1949

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POWER FOR GANG PLOWING: Newcomer in the field of mechanization for Washtenaw county farms is this huge Massey-Harris tractor, shown pulling a three-plow unit on the Warren Murdoch farm at 7724 Walsh Rd., four miles north of Dexter. This machine is one of the largest, if not the largest, tractors to be introduced in the county, according to Ralph S. Jenkins, Dexter dealer. On the "Nebraska Test" it registers 47.04 h.p. on the belt, maximum, and 41.36, maximum, on the draw bar.
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Jenkins Equipment Company Debuts Sherwin-Williams Tractor With Weed-Spraying Attachment, January 1949

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January
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1949
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LOADED FOR A KILLING--WEEDS, THAT IS: With two 500-gallon drums of a special chemical-and-water solution and a special spraying attachment the tractor shown above is all ready to kill off noxious weeds in 20 acres of crop land. Edgar P. "Dutch" Widmyer of Dexter is at the wheel and Ralph Jenkins, also of Dexter and local distributor of this Sherwin-Williams tractor-attachment, is standing at his side. The weed-killing attachment delivers a spray 18 feet wide. One day's production can be 100 acres.
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Empty Coca-Cola Bottles Are Unpacked By A Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

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January
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1956
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FIRST STEP: The first step at the Kleis Beverage Co. at 331 S. Ashley St. consists of removing the empty bottles from the cases. This is done by machine. The bottles will be washed next.
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Coca-Cola Bottles Head Into A Washing Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

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January
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1956
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INTO THE WASH: Coca-Cola bottles are washed in this large machine. The process takes about 25 minutes. Here, the bottles are moving down a conveyor belt into the machine.
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Coca-Cola Bottles Are Filled By A Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

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January
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1956
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MAJOR OPERATION: Here, at the Kleis Beverage Co., empty bottles are filled with Coca-Cola and carbonated water. Both operations are done automatically.
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Staebler & Son Manufactured Home Construction, 1020 Maple Rd., September 1956

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September
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1956
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Number 100,066: This model home, trucked to a lot at 1020 Maple Rd., is the 100,066th unit manufactured by the National Homes Corp. It is being constructed here by Staebler & Son. It will be opened to the public during its roughed-in state and again when completed. This home will feature a dining room apart from the living room.
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Kitchen and Dining Area in Ann Arbor Woods "Senator" Model Home, September 1956

Kitchen and Dining Area in Ann Arbor Woods "Senator" Model Home, September 1956 image
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September
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1956
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Practical Layout: This kitchen-dining layout in the Senator shows separated working and dining areas. Note the built-in appliances. The kitchen includes a built-in mixer.
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Living Room in Ann Arbor Woods "Statesman" Model Home, September 1956

Living Room in Ann Arbor Woods "Statesman" Model Home, September 1956 image
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September
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1956
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Plenty of Room: The living room of the Statesman model in Ann Arbor Woods illustrates the size and furniture arrangement possibilities. Another living area to the far left can be closed off. The door leads to the sleeping area.
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Basement in Ann Arbor Woods Model Home, September 1956

Basement in Ann Arbor Woods Model Home, September 1956 image
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September
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1956
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Spacious: The basement includes plenty of room for work or recreation. This basement has an asphalt tile floor, which is not included in the basic price. All Ann Arbor Woods homes include basements.
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Historic House Moved along Washtenaw Ave., August 1956

Historic House Moved along Washtenaw Ave., August 1956 image
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August
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1956
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House on a Highway: Busy Washtenaw Rd. had some unusually heavy traffic yesterday when this house was transported from Ann Arbor to its new site in the 4000 block of Washtenaw Rd. It stood originally on S. Forest Ave. near the Forest Ave. parking lot. On Friday the house was moved to a point near the Washtenaw Ave.-Stadium Blvd. intersection and "parked" off the highway over the weekend. Yesterday the slow journey was completed. It is shown here moving up the grade in front of the entrance to Pittsfield Village.
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Westaire Subdivision Development, July 1956

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July
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1956
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The Rough Stage: Now in the rough, raw building stage - that describes Westaire subdivision, now teeming with construction activity in the city's northwest area. This is S. Circle Dr., a new street which starts at Miller Ave. west of Arbor Heights subdvision and curves past Haisley School to Maple Rd. That's Haisley School in the background. There are a part of 68 homes being built by the Prospect Hill Construction Co.
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Westaire Subdivision Model Home, July 1956

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July
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1956
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...Things to Come: This is a Staebler & Son model home: a model representation of the more expensive homes this firm will build in Westaire subdivision. This home fronts S. Circle Dr. at Maple Rd. Staebler & Son took out permits to build its first 16 homes in Westaire. Its officials expect to start 10 others this year.
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Green Lea Subdivision Houses, March 1953

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1953
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The development of Green Lea subdivision, Leo P. Meyers, is entering the second year of his project with great expectations. Located off Packard Rd., just east of the city limits, the houses pictures are some of 22 now in the development. Plans call for a 250-home project behind the houses shown. Average cost of the homes is $15,000.
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Children Watch the Construction of New Ann Arbor Federal Saving and Loan Association Building at Division and Liberty St., March 1953

Children Watch the Construction of New Ann Arbor Federal Saving and Loan Association Building at Division and Liberty St., March 1953 image
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March
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1953
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Sidewalk Superintendents Busy: There's a lot of activity in a big hole at Division and Liberty Sts., where footings and concrete basement walls are being placed for the Ann Arbor Federal Savings and Loan Association's new building. Everyone likes to watch a new building go up and sidewalk kibitzers are numerous. It's tough for small fry; however, they have to climb the temporary wooden fence to see what gives, not that they mind doing that. With spring less than a week away, its shirtsleeve weather.
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Starwick Heights Subdivision Model Home Interior, 826 Starwick Dr., September 1952

Starwick Heights Subdivision Model Home Interior, 826 Starwick Dr., September 1952 image
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September
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1952
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Below is the living room of the house that is to be on display during National Home Week. Located at 826 Starwick Dr., it is a national model that sells for $13,515, complete with garage and porch, sod and landscaping and concrete drive and walks. The house alone can be built for $9,885. The living room is 18 by 12 feet. The front window is Thermopane. The walls, painted blue, are upson board, and the floor is of concrete blocks.
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Starwick Drive in Starwick Heights Subdivision, September 1952

Starwick Drive in Starwick Heights Subdivision, September 1952 image
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September
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1952
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Pictured is Starwick Dr., just north of Barton Dr. and just off Pontiac Rd. The subdivision street is lined with 20 homes in the low-cost field. About 10 of them are national models. The vacant land to the rear of the street has recently been brought into the city as an added six acre tract to the subdivision. It will be broken up into 30 lots.
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Shady Knoll Subdivision Street, September 1952

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September
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1952
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Shady Knoll subdivision just off the Expressway, one miles east of the Ford plant, is typical of population growth in Eastern Washtenaw county. So far, there are 76 houses up, of which all but 12 are sold. Forty-one families are now living in the subdivision. Hannah sales agents report that the two-bedroom homes are by far the most popular. When finished, the streets will be complete with concrete curbs and gutters and asphalt surfacing supplied by the Madison Construction Co., buildings of the subdivision.
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Car Slipped Off The Road In The Nichols Arboretum, January 1955

Car Slipped Off The Road In The Nichols Arboretum, January 1955 image
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January
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1955
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WELL, HE WANTED TO TOBOGGAN: James O'Sullivan, jr., 20, of 1402 Maywood Ave., could well have eyed longer the direction sign and less the snow-capped slopes of the Nichols Arboretum as he drove through the park about 10 a.m. today. Looking for a place to go tobogganing, O'Sullivan allowed his car to slide from the roadway. Although originally proceeding in the specified direction, O'Sullivan soon was headed in another.
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Community High School students Bryan Swaney, Laura Custodio, and Katherine Bush rehearse "West Side Story," February 1983

Community High School students Bryan Swaney, Laura Custodio, and Katherine Bush rehearse "West Side Story," February 1983 image
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February
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1983
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CLASSIC MUSICAL -- "West Side Story," the Leonard Bernstein-Stephen Sondheim musical, is the Community High School's Fine Arts Repertory Company current presentation. At left, Bryan Swaney as Tony and Laura Custodio as Maria share a tender scene, while Katherine Bush as Anita looks on. In the Officer Krupke scene, above, gang members Matt Singleton, Chris Gilbert,Kris Truzzi, Matt Cooper and Tim Maharry musically wonder about their fate. Shows are Wednesdy through Saturday this week and Feb. 9-12 in the high school auditorium, 401 N. Division St. Tickets, at $4 for students and $5 for adults, can be reserved by calling 994-2021 or 769-2453. Tickets also are available at the school office. A limited number will be sold at the school office on performance nights.
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Community High School students rehearse the "Officer Krupke" scene in West Side Story, February 1983

Community High School students rehearse the "Officer Krupke" scene in West Side Story, February 1983 image
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February
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1983
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CLASSIC MUSICAL -- "West Side Story," the Leonard Bernstein-Stephen Sondheim musical, is the Community High School's Fine Arts Repertory Company current presentation. At left, Bryan Swaney as Tony and Laura Custodio as Maria share a tender scene, while Katherine Bush as Anita looks on. In the Officer Krupke scene, above, gang members Matt Singleton, Chris Gilbert, Kris Truzzi, Matt Cooper and Tim Maharry musically wonder about their fate. Shows are Wednesday through Saturday this week and Feb. 9-12 in the high school auditorium, 401 N. Division St. Tickets, at $4 for students and $5 for adults, can be reserved by calling 994-2021 or 769-2453. Tickets also are available at the school office. A limited number will be sold at the school office on performance nights.
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Community High School Teacher Marian Hallada Chats With David Anderson, October 1975

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October
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1975
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Math Whiz Anderson With Community High Teacher Marian Hallada
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Madhu Srirama Dances At Community High School Graduation, June 1993

Madhu Srirama Dances At Community High School Graduation, June 1993 image
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8
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June
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1993
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Pomp was nowhere to be found, but under the circumstances, that was understandable. Graduates of Community High School, Ann Arbor's alternative high school, celebrated commencement with an untraditional ceremony Tuesday. At left, graduating senior Madhu Srirama performs a classical Indian dance. 'It was a chance to give something of myself to them,' she said afterward.
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Community High School Graduation Party, June 12, 1979

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June
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1979
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Community High School seniors, their teachers, friends and parents celebrated graduation Tuesday night in high fashion. About 500 persons attended ceremonies at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church where each graduate received a diploma and gave a personal speech. Then everyone moved to Community High's lawn where Barton Polot and the Community High Jazz Band entertained, above. Some students had a really swinging time, left. (Staff photos by Robert Chase.)
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Community High School Graduation Party, June 12, 1979

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June
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1979
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Community High School seniors, their teachers, friends and parents celebrated graduation Tuesday night in high fashion. About 500 persons attended ceremonies at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church where each graduate received a diploma and gave a personal speech. Then everyone moved to Community High's lawn where Barton Polot and the Community High Jazz Band entertained, above. Some students had a really swinging time, left. (Staff photos by Robert Chase.)
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Clowning around in the Michigras Parade, April 1958

Clowning around in the Michigras Parade, April 1958 image
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April
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1958
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ACCLAIM FOR THE CLOWNS: An unidentified youngster (left) thoroughly enjoys himself during yesterday's Michigras parade and it's just possible his laughter was set off by the antic pair at right above. The weather was cool but bright.
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