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Jan Longone, Curator of American Cookery Exhibit At The Clements Library, September 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1996
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Jan Longone, an expert in culinary history, is the curator of an exhibition celebrating 200 years of American cookbooks. The exhibit, at the Clements Library, offers a window into American history and family life.
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August
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1996
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The American Cookery Exhibit At The Clements Library, September 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1996
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The exhibit includes 200 cookbooks, one from each year since 1796. At right are cookbooks from the 1860s and 1870s.
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August
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1996
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1820s Cookbooks In The American Cookery Exhibit At The Clements Library, September 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1996
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This selection of cookbooks from the 1820s shows some of the fine print quality of the period. To reach customers far and wide, Jan Longone publishes a catalog of the books available through her store. Much of her business is done by phone, with collectors and customers who are searching for a particular book or genre of cookbooks.
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August
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1996
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Jan Longone Explores 'The New England Yankee Cookbook', January 1974

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Ann Arbor News, January 1, 1974
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Among the scarce and out-of-print books on cooking and gastronomy in Jan Longone's collection is "The New England Yankee Cookbook," and one of the best and easiest recipes from it is the "Original Injun' Puddin'," she says. The pineapple on the table, she adds, was a symbol of hospitality in the period this book refers to.
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January
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1974
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Jan Longone Autographs Books In Her Wine & Food Library, November 1976

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Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1976
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JAN LONGONE autographs books in her 10,000-volume Food and Wine Library
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November
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1976
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Jan Nordman Browses Cookbooks At Borders Bookstore, August 1978

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1978
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Employee Jan Nordman looks over the cookbooks on Borders' fabulous sale table
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August
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1978
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Jan Longone Peruses A Book In Her Wine And Food Library, August 1978

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1978
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Jan Longone's Food and Wine Library, one of the world's largest, can be explored by appointment
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August
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1978
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Exterior - 1411 Las Vegas Drive, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1957
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FOR COUPLE AFTER OFFSPRING MARRIED: The Oscar F. Laubengayers of 1411 Las Vegas Dr. purchased this five-room ranch style after their daughters married. Mrs. Laubengayer said she and her husband didn't need the space in the eight-room, 2 1/2 story they owned. The brick exterior, aluminum window frames and marble sills and other extras add up to light housekeeping for Mr. Laubengayer and easy maintenance.
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November
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1957
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Living Room - 1411 Las Vegas Drive, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1957
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SANDSTONE FIREPLACE: The raised-hearth fireplace of vari-colored sandstone blends with light beige carpeting and furnishings specially designed by an interior decorator to match aqua walls and white ceiling of the living room and dining el.
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November
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1957
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Dining Room - 1411 Las Vegas Drive, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1957
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DINING EL: Furnishings matching the personality of the Laubengayers are in the dining area as well as throughout the house, where furnishings are mostly traditional. Much of the interior layout was completed by Mrs. Laubengayer.
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November
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1957
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Kitchen - 1411 Las Vegas Drive, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1957
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KITCHEN HAS BUILT-INS: All-stainless steel appliances are built in, including the refrigerator, oven, dishwasher and stainless steel double sinks. Fold-away electric cooking plates are on the counter (right). A decorative planter and glassed-in display cabinet for knick-knacks are features in the kitchen, along with a mirror above the sinks.
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November
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1957
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Bathroom - 1411 Las Vegas Drive, November 1957

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Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1957
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PLANTER INCLUDED: Double basins in a pink-tiled counter expanse and backdrop include a planter, adding to the decor of the bathroom scene. Similar pink-colored tile is on the floor and wall (left), where a glassed-in and recessed cabinet provides storage space. The upper wall of wallpaper features a decorative scene of fish.
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November
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1957
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Oscar & Florence Laubengayer Celebrate Their 50th Wedding Anniversary, September 1961

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Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1961
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SPECIAL DAY: Mr. and Mrs. Oscar F. Laubengayer are observing their golden wedding anniversary today. The couple will celebrate the occasion with relatives and friends from their lifetime as Ann Arbor residents at an open house Sunday.
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September
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1961
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University of Michigan at War: Company A Singers, July 1943

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Ann Arbor News, July 29, 1943
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ALL-SOLDIER CHOIR OF COMPANY A REHEARSES FOR CONCERT: Army men of the soldiers' chorus of Company A spend an average of three hours a week rehearsing under Bill Sawyer's direction for a concert they will give on Aug. 15 in Hill auditorium. In addition to the summer concert, the men will present songs and skits on Army life in a half-hour radio program over WJR this Saturday and again on Aug. 7. A large percentage of the men were members of the chorus when Company A presented its musical comedy, "Nips in the Bud" in the spring. In the above picture Bill Sawyer is shown at the right directing the chorus in one of the songs being prepared for the Aug. 15 concert.
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July
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1943
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Gladys Clouse With Newborn Twin Sons Jay & Ray, December 1949

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Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1949
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The usual problems of telling identical twin sons apart is complicated for Mrs. Cecil C. Clouse, shown here in Saline General Hospital with her 12th and 13th children. Her 10 other living children selected the names of Jay Jarrel and Ray Darrel Clouse for the boys - but no one has yet designated which one is which. By coincidence, the twins were born on Dec. 13 - their father's 46th birthday. The family lives at 3750 Arkona Rd., Saline.
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December
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1949
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Glass Chicken House On The Pryce Farm, December 1939

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Ann Arbor News, December 13, 1939
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GLASS POULTRY HOUSE: This glass block poultry house on the farm of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pryce on Huron River Dr., five miles east of Ann Arbor, represents a development in the construction of chicken homes with an eye to increasing egg production. The lights are turned on at 5 a.m., and the glass walls admit most of the natural light during the day without being transparent. The Pryce's 200 White Leghorns have jumped their production from two dozen eggs a day to six dozen in three weeks in their new home.
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December
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1939
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Albert Thomsen and Gilbert Pitts Demonstrate Woodworking to Pittsfield Elementary Students, September 1972

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Ann Arbor News, September 15, 1972
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Loving and Learning: At the Conference on Aging at the University of Michigan earlier this week the seniors and the children in Carol Tice's Pittsfield Elementary School art program did their thing completely undistracted by the hubbub around them. In photo at left, senior citizens Albert Thompsen, left, and GIlbert Pitts, far right, do woodworking with students Tim Zeigler, Greg Turner and Kevin Patterson. Below, student Bernice Reddie and senior citizen Bernadine Wimpee work with yarn in a little world of their own. Some 35 senior citizens came to Pittsfield School twice a week last year to work with the children. This year, says Mrs. Tice, the seniors can hardly wait to get started and the kids came to school the first day asking, "When are the seniors coming?"
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September
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1972
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Fred Bentz and Eddie Owens Demonstrate Bicycle Safety, September 1963

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Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1963
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'LITE A BIKE': VFW Graf-O'Hara Post 423, Ladies Auxiliary and Dads of Foreign Service Veterans 151 are sponsoring Lite A Bike--Save A Life Day from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday at the Fifth Ave. City Parking Lot. Reflector tapes will be attached to all bikes brought into the lot. Above, Fred Bentz, project chairman, shows how the stickers will be applied to the bike as Bonnie Jean Flanders, fourth grader at Haisley Elementary School; Steven Garris, seventh grader at Slauson Junior High School, and Patrolman Eddie Owens of the Ann Arbor Police Youth Bureau look on.
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September
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1963
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Rhoda Lopez - University of Michigan Medical Illustrator, March 1955

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Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1955
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U-M MEDICAL ARTIST: Mrs. Carlos Lopez, medical illustrator, at her drawing board in the University Hospital. Mrs. Lopez is one of three medical artists associated with the University's Medical School
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March
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1955
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Communications Workers Of America Picket Outside The Michigan Bell Telephone Co. Building, October 1948

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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1948
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PICKETS TIE UP TELEPHONE SERVICE: Approximately 50 operators, Western Electric technicians and building trade workers assembled outside the Michigan Bell Telephone Co. building on E. Washington St. this morning as members of Division 44 of the Communications Workers of America went on a scheduled 12-hour strike to protest delays in the current management-union wage negotiations. Picket lines were set up in front of the office entrance and the entrance to the construction job, halting both operators and plumbers, iron workers, masons and carpenters working on the new $450,000 telephone company addition.
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October
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1948
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Fighter Plane Burning After Crash At Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, June 1965

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Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1965
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This crash claimed the lives of a Saline man and his son yesterday at Ann Arbor Municipal Airport. State Police identified the victims as Royce W. Gilbert, 43, and his son, Gary, 16. The plane crashed in a woods south of the airport after first bouncing off the runway of the airport, breaking off both wheels. Witnesses said the plane was on fire as it went down. Gilbert was a commercial pilot who had moved to the area about two months ago.
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June
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1965
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Brad Bolgos & Don Portman Give A Witness Statement For Fatal Plane Crash At Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, June 1965

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Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1965
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Brad Bolgos (left), 18, of 2151 Nixon Rd., Ann Arbor Township, and Don Portman, 18. of 4041 Thornoaks, witnessed yesterday's crash of a World War II Corsair fighter plane.
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June
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1965
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Richard Guarino with Model Trains, December 1948

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Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1948
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CHOO-CHOO HOSPITAL: Fixing trains that refuse to huff and puff and smoke and whistle and run the way they were intended to is the odd-hour hobby and business of Richard Guarino of 1803 Arbor View Blvd., who has set up the basement workshop partly shown here and named it the Malmar Round House. Employed at Edwards Bros., Inc., Guarino has been forced from his job by a back ailment for the last two months. In that time, he has mended more than 200 electric trains - and is at his bench 14 and more hours a day now to get 'em all rolling by Christmas.
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December
Year
1948
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First Birthday Party For Jean Jahnke, George Stentzel, & Sheila Fitzgerald - November 22, 1939

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Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1939
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These three children were born within an hour of each other a year ago in the same hospital. Their mothers brought them together yesterday for a reunion and first birthday party. Left to right they are: Jean Elizabeth Jahnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jahnke of First St., George Fletcher Stentzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Stentzel of Crest Ave., and Sheila Ann Fitzgerald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fitzgerald of Montclair Ave.
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November
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1939
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Building On Former Site Of Young Field - Scio Township, July 1976

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Ann Arbor News, July 25, 1976
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Privately-owned Salem Airport is up for sale now, but three months ago Young Field In Scio Township became a casualty of the rising costs of operating a private field. Owner Dr. Aloys Metty has subdivided the acreage, put in a road and leased hangar space as storage to businesses and individuals. (News Photos by Robert Chase)
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July
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1976
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Salem Airport - Six Mile Road, Salem Township, July 1976

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Ann Arbor News, July 25, 1976
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Salem Airport owner Ronald Shoebridge is trying to bail out of the private airport business. His landing field is up for sale to the highest bidder. Shoebridge says property taxes and the new state Single Business Tax have caused the move. He's trying to interest area communities in buying the field, enabling them to pick up on federal and state subsidies. (Staff Photo by Robert Chase)
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July
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1976
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Ted Kelly and Lisa Bennett at Bike Race, May 1980

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Ann Arbor News, May 27, 1980
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Bicycle racers took over a portion of Ann aRbor and the U-M campus Sunday. The races began near South and East University streets and circled the campus area. Above, cyclist Ted Kelly gets some help with his back tag number from Lisa Bennett.
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27
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May
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1980
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Chief Casper Enkemann Hits The Ball - Ann Arbor Police Vs. Lawyers Softball Game, June 1949

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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1949
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IT'S A HIT: Police Chief Casper Enkemann shows the attorneys how it's done as he lines out a single in yesterday morning's game between the police and local barristers at Slauson School. Behind the plate for the lawyers is Chuck Menefee, who grimaces as Enkemann swings. The police successfully handcuffed the lawyers, 9 to 4.
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June
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1949
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Attorney Chuck Menefee Slides Into Third Base - Ann Arbor Police Vs. Lawyers Softball Game, June 1949

Attorney Chuck Menefee Slides Into Third Base - Ann Arbor Police Vs. Lawyers Softball Game, June 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1949
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SAFE AT THIRD: Attorney catcher Chuck Menefee slides into third base safely as Detective Walt Krasny misses the ball. This action took place yesterday morning at Slauson School as the police took the measure of the local lawyers, 9 to 4.
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June
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1949
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No Fishing Nets Allowed For Catching Balls - Ann Arbor Police Vs. Lawyers Softball Game, June 1949

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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1949
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'THUMBS DOWN'" Attorney George Burke, jr., refuses to allow Detective Capt. Al Heusel (left) to use a fish net to shag fly balls in the police-lawyer softball game yesterday morning at Slauson School's west diamond. Overlooking the argument in his accustomed role is Municipal Court Judge Francis O'Brien who served as umpire. Result of the contests was a 9 to 4 triumph for the police.
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June
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1949
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Members of Chi Omega Sorority Prepare Moby Dick Float for Michigras Parade, April 1954

Members of Chi Omega Sorority Prepare Moby Dick Float for Michigras Parade, April 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1954
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Prepare Michigras Parade Float: Four coeds of Chi Omega sorority put finishing touches on their float, "Moby Dick," which will be one of 33 floats in tomorrow's Michigras parade. The coeds (left to right), are Chris Reifel of Ann Arbor, Mary Towne of Waterville, Me., Yvonne Cousins of Orchard Lake and Amy Bethell of Ann Arbor. The parade theme this year is based on book titles. Chi Psi fraternity is cooperating with Chi Omega in making this float.
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April
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1954
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Ugly Duckling Float on State Street in Michigras Parade, April 1954

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1954
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The story of the "Ugly Duckling" and how he grew was made by the women of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and the men of Theta Xi fraternity. The largest crowds on the parade route were on State St. where this photo was taken.
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May
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1954
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Greatest Show on Earth Float Bumps Traffic Light in Michigras Parade, April 1954

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1954
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A clown so big he "bumped" his head on the stop lights was made by Kappa Delta sorority and Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. Note student holding light with stick.
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May
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1954
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Geology Professor Russell C. Hussey Rides in Michigras Parade, April 1954

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1954
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Prof. Russell C. Hussey of the U-M geology department took part in the parade riding on the float, "Historical Geology," named after a book he wrote.
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May
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1954
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Peter Pan Float in Michigras Parade, April 1954

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1954
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"Peter Pan" is the title of this float built by Collegiate Sorosis and Delta Upsilon fraternity. Peter Pan does "battle" with the pirate captain at the ship's stern.
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May
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1954
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Noah and the Ark Float Wins Second Place in Michigras Parade, April 1954

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1954
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This float, "Noah and the Ark," won second place in the Michigras parade yesterday, viewed by an estimated 20,000 persons. The women of Martha Cook residence and the men of Theta Delta Chi built this float, one of 34 in the parade.
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May
Year
1954
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Ann Arbor Country Club Planners, May 1963

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Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1963
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COUNTRY CLUB SITE: These four persons look over plans of the new Ann Arbor Country Club. The four are (left to right) Supr. E. A. Wolter of Scio township, Architect David Osler of Ann Arbor, Mayor Cecil O. Creal and Minor Vandermade, president of Webster Golflands, Inc., owner of the new club. It is expected to have 700 members. So far, 65 area professional men have joined as charter members.
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May
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1963
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Members Decorate The Styrodome For The Ann Arbor Country Club Open House, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 4, 1964
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Dressing up the Ann Arbor Country Club for the festive open house activities this weekend are (from left) Mrs. Nicholas Falcone, Mrs. Philip Davis and Mrs. John Holland. The event is planned to center about the opening of the Olympic-sized swimming pool and pool house.
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July
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1964
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Ann Arbor Country Club - Styrodome Exterior, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 29, 1964
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'STYRODOME': That's what Ann Arbor Country Club members call the experimental "styrofoam" material with which Dow Chemical Co. constructed the pro shop and grill. It will be a teen-age clubhouse later.
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July
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1964
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Ann Arbor Country Club - Swimming Pool, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 29, 1964
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KEEPING COOL: Ann Arbor Country Club members and their children have this pool and changing houses to use. A new clubhouse is projected. The AACC is seeking additional members.
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July
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1964
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Teens Decorate Ann Arbor Country Club Pool For Splash 'N' Dance Party, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1964
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PLAN POOL PARTY: Teen-agers at Ann Arbor Country Club pick gaily colored balloons to decorate the pool-side for Saturday's "Splash 'N' Dance" party. Dressing up the pool are, from left, Pat Felton, Debbie Kemp and Sue Vandermade. A disc jockey will provide the evening's entertainment. The club has some 130 teen-age members.
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July
Year
1964
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Children Play A Game In The Ann Arbor Country Club Swimming Pool, July 1964

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Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1964
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The Olympic-sized pool easily takes honors as the most popular spot with youngsters at the Ann Arbor Country Club. On Wednesday, the seven to 12-year-old group gathered here for an afternoon of games. The group frolicked both in and out of the pool and teen-agers assisted at the event.
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July
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1964
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