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Dexter Public School Second Graders In Hansel And Gretel, May 1937

Dexter Public School Second Graders In Hansel And Gretel, May 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1937
Caption
DEXTER PUPILS PRESENT PLAY: Above is shown a scene from the production of Hansel and Gretel by pupils of the second grade, Dexter public school of which Miss Thelma Sortor is teacher. Back row, left to right, are Jack Peterson, Jack Bell, Betty Van Natter, Alice Gregory and Ruth Lillie, gingerbread children; and Nancy Utsler, Ruthe Lillie, Dorothy Bauer, Betty Schedt, Mary Steptoe, Hazel Jameson and Enid Barbier, fairies. In the front row, left to right, are Joyce Herman as witch; Carol Shaw as Gretel; Tommy Bennett as Hansel; Betty Lou Moore as mother; Donald Stanbo as father; and John Widmayer as sandman.
Day
7
Month
May
Year
1937
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Dexter Boys Drinking Cider At Otto Wagner Mill, October 1935

Dexter Boys Drinking Cider At Otto Wagner Mill, October 1935 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1935
Caption
Above is a group of Dexter boys who are always on hand when free, sweet cider flows from a 50-gallon barrel at the Otto Wagner mill, along the Huron river. In one afternoon these boys, together with other groups, consumed 16 gallons of free cider. The proprietor says that the boys would be there yet, with upturned mugs, the facial as well as the glass varieties, if it hadn't been necessary to close up the mill for the night. The boys shown in the picture are, reading from left to right: Charles Mosher, Jack Wall, Alvin Kolander, Arthur Bell, James Bell, and Vincent La Rosa.
Day
16
Month
October
Year
1935
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Chelsea Youths Take State Titles

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Day
8
Month
June
Year
1938
Description

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Anna Walsh Receives First Waterloo Project Check, June 1935

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1935
Caption
Mrs. Anna Walsh is shown receiving a check from J. L. Kabatasky, attorney of the department of justice, yesterday afternoon at her home on Congdon St., Chelsea, for acreage which will be used in the Waterloo project. At the left is C. D. Platt, project manager, while standing is John Keusch, Chelsea attorney, the local representative of the legal division of resettlement administration. Dr. Walter Koelz, of the University faculty, who has been vitally interested in the project development, also was present. Mr. Keusch is a grandson of Mrs. Walsh.
Day
6
Month
June
Year
1935
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Oldest Residents of Chelsea Methodist Episcopal Home

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1935
Caption
Will Be Honored At Chelsea. These nonogenarians who are residents of the Methodist Old People's home at Chelsea will be honor guests at a special program arranged for 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the home. Seated from left to right are Mrs. Emma A. Rowe, 92, whose former home was in Birmingham, Mrs. Harriet Carhart who came from Pontiac, and is 93 years old, Miss Alvira Whipple, formerly of Belleville, 90 years old, and Mrs. Susan A. Danson, formerly of Detroit, 92 years old. Standing, left to right are Joseph A. Gibson, 90, formerly of Detroit, Mrs. Susan Baldwin, k of Petersburg, who is 93. Another retired pastor, Rev. N. L. Bray, who is 91 years old, also is a member of the home, and will be among the group honored tomorrow. 92, formerly of Morenci, and Rev. N. Norton Clar
Day
6
Month
April
Year
1935
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Motorcycle Hill Climb in Scio

Motorcycle Hill Climb in Scio image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 24, 1939
Caption
THERE WERE THRILLS AND SPILLS: Darrell Bryan of Groveport, O., is shown just before he went over the top in the professional hill climb held by the Ann Arbor Devil Dogs at their hill in Scio township yesterday. Notice that Bryan's front wheel is off the ground and he is giving his machine a good ride. Bryan won the title in the 45-B class in competition with 30 other riders.
Month
July
Year
1939
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New Northville Grade School, February 1937

New Northville Grade School, February 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 17, 1937
Caption
WILL REPLACE BURNED NORTHVILLE SCHOOL - Above is shown the new $100,000 Northville grade school which replaces the old one burned two years ago. The design of the building is the modern, functional type. It was accepted by the board of education at its meeting last night.
Day
12
Month
February
Year
1937
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Winners of Garden Beautification Contest - Service Station at Washtenaw and Stadium

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Month
August
Year
1938
Description

Winners of Garden Beautification Contest - Service Station at Washtenaw and Stadium

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All-City Circus: Pony Jumping, July 1938

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 27, 1938
Caption
HORSE STUNTS: Ten-year-old Bonnie Wayrom will put the trained ponies through the hurdles at the all-city circus which will be held next Tuesday night under the flood lights at Wines field. She is pictured here practicing for the performance. The ponies are trained by Jacob Riehm of Jewett Ave., retired circus performer.
Month
July
Year
1938
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Vladimir Horowitz Outside Hill Auditorium, April 1978

Vladimir Horowitz Outside Hill Auditorium, April 1978 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1978
Caption
THE ARTIST -- Natty in bow tie and topcoat, pianist Vladimir Horowitz stopped by the kiosk in front of Hill Auditorium Saturday afternoon. As the background poster proclaims, Horowitz will join Conductor Eugene Ormandy and the Philadelphia Orchestra this afternoon in the finale of Ann Arbor's 85th May Festival. A sold-out audience will hear Horowitz play Piano Concerto No 3 in D Minor by Rachmaninoff. (Staff Photo By Jack Stubbs)
Month
April
Year
1978
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Thurston Elementary Students Watching Eggs Hatch, June 1982

Thurston Elementary Students Watching Eggs Hatch, June 1982 image
Day
3
Month
June
Year
1982
Description

Students at Thurston Elementary in Ypsilanti aren't worried about whether the chicken or the egg comes first. They kept eggs nice and warm in their classroom for a few days and the chicks started popping right out, much to their amazed eyes.

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Power Lines Reflect The Early Morning Sun, March 1986

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1986
Caption
ELECTRIC GLOW - The reflection of the early morning sun Wednesday on power lines along Dexter Road at Maple Road gave the impression of actually seeing electricity running through the wires.
Day
19
Month
March
Year
1986
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Loretta Collins Outside Trial of her Son, John Norman Collins

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1970
Caption
Collins, Mother At Sentencing: Mrs. Loretta Collins, mother of convicted murderer John Norman Collins, and the Rev. Patrick Jackson, a family counselor, pause for a moment outside the Washtenaw County building where her son was sentenced today [this photo]. At right, Collins smiles in response to his mother's encouraging remark, "Good luck and keep your chin up." Collins received the mandatory sentence of life imprisonment.
Month
August
Year
1970
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