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Joan S. Schuman and Setsuko Higuchi plan a party for the Newcomers Group of the Faculty Women's Club, March 1964

Joan S. Schuman and Setsuko Higuchi plan a party for the Newcomers Group of the Faculty Women's Club, March 1964 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1964
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PLAN SEASONAL FOODS PROGRAM: Mrs. Stanley H. Schuman (left) and Mrs. William Higuchi (right) are getting right into the swing of things as they make plans for a seasonal foods party given by the Newcomers Group of the Faculty Women's Club to be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Michigan Consolidated Gas Co. Mrs. Diane Cook and her staff a the company will give the foods demonstration. The prepared foods will be presented as door prizes and a coffee hour will complete the evening's events. Mrs. Gordon L. Thorpe, 1055 Western, is accepting reservations.
Month
March
Year
1964
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Attendee Listens During HRC Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965

Attendee Listens During HRC Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
Caption
H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Lively Conversation During HRC Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965

Lively Conversation During HRC Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
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H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Participant Contributes to Human Rights Commission Discussion at Jim Horn's, June 1965

Participant Contributes to Human Rights Commission Discussion at Jim Horn's, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
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H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Participant Makes a Point During Human Rights Commission Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965

Participant Makes a Point During Human Rights Commission Meeting at Jim Horn's, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
Caption
H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Frank Ferguson Speaks During Meeting of the Human Relations Commission, June 1965

Frank Ferguson Speaks During Meeting of the Human Relations Commission, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
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Leaders Discuss Roles: Frank Ferguson (left) makes a point in discussing the effectiveness and possible avenues for improvement in the Discussion Series of the Human Relations Department. Others taking part in the critique among the 36-member panel of discussion leaders are (from the left) Mrs. Stuart M. Gould, Ralph Patterson, Miss Winifred Ingram (half hidden), Mrs. Gerald Rees and Samuel J. Benjamin.
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23
Month
June
Year
1965
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Students Display Poster for Human Relations Commission Forum, December 1965

Students Display Poster for Human Relations Commission Forum, December 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1965
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Human Relations Forum Planned: Larry Blood (left), a Slauson Junior High student, Bob Powell, Tappan Junior High, and Nancy Lutkehaus, Ann Arbor High, admire a poster they have prepared to publicize a Jan. 8 junior and senior high human relations forum sponsored by the local Human Relations Commission. The forum is part of a planned program that included the recent local visit of John Howard Griffin, author of the book "Black Like Me." "Silent Long Enough" is the forum's theme and is from a quote used by Griffin when he spoke here in reference to silence about racial injustices.
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18
Month
December
Year
1965
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New Members of the Human Relations Commission Meet at City Hall, January 1964

New Members of the Human Relations Commission Meet at City Hall, January 1964 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 22, 1964
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RELATIONS UNIT AT WORK: Nine of the 12 members of the city's Human Relations Commission are shown in the council chambers of City Hall last night with new human relations director David C. Crowley (left) of Detroit. Members who were present are (from left) Harry Mial, Dr. William E. Brown, Chairman Paul C. Wagner, Mrs. Norma F. Kraker, Max E. Frisinger, Miss Rowena Reynolds, Samuel J. Benjamin, Rev. Lyman S. Parks and H. C. Curry. Seated at the center desk is Miss Ellen Richardson, commission clerk. Absent from the meeting were Wendell E. Hulcher, the City Council's representative; Carl A. Brauer Jr. and Mrs. Stuart M. Gould Jr.
Day
22
Month
January
Year
1964
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Participant Speaks Up During Human Rights Commission Meeting in Bromley Subdivision, June 1965

Participant Speaks Up During Human Rights Commission Meeting in Bromley Subdivision, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
Caption
H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Attendees Listen During Human Rights Commission Meeting in Bromley Subdivision, June 1965

Attendees Listen During Human Rights Commission Meeting in Bromley Subdivision, June 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1965
Caption
H-m-m-m: Candid shots from two home meetings in the HRC Discussion Series shows a wide range of emotions. In the small, half-column photographs (right) discussion leaders and members of the audience take turns making comments, while the one-column views (left and above) show those on the listening end of the civil rights messages. The photographs were taken at recent meetings in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Horn, 814 Taylor, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stocking, 2882 Aurora.
Month
June
Year
1965
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Kitchen of New Arbordale Apartment Unit, January 1957

Kitchen of New Arbordale Apartment Unit, January 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1957
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THE INTERIOR: Living rooms, such as this one (above) form the main area of each rental unit. A bedroom is seen through the door. Most of the units consist of living room, one bedroom, bathroom and separate kitchen. A kitchen (left), is complete with utilities.
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1957
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Courtyard of New Arbordale Apartments, January 1957

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Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1957
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NOW COMPLETE: A court of 59 rental units (above) reveals low, modern exterior lines. Constructed by the Apartment Development Corp., headed by Dave Obernauer and Ronald LaFrance, the units have just been completed. About six tenants are moved in. The project fronts on Pauline Blvd. between Arbordale and Fritz Park. Built at a cost estimated at $490,000, the end buildings house 10 units each. There are 22 units in the rear and 17 on the front. Ward Realty is handling rentals. At the rear (not shown) is a 25 x 45-foot swimming pool.
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1957
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Living Room of New Arbordale Apartment Unit, January 1957

Living Room of New Arbordale Apartment Unit, January 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1957
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THE INTERIOR: Living rooms, such as this one (above) form the main area of each rental unit. A bedroom is seen through the door. Most of the units consist of living room, one bedroom, bathroom and separate kitchen. A kitchen (left), is complete with utilities.
Year
1957
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Apartment Building Under Construction In Arbordale Subdivision, October 1953

Apartment Building Under Construction In Arbordale Subdivision, October 1953 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1953
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This is one of three apartment buildings under construction on Arbordale St. at the entrance to Arbordale subdivision off Pauline Blvd. on the city's southwest side. Each will house eight apartment units. Completion is set for November.
Month
October
Year
1953
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John E. Swisher Jr., October 1952

John E. Swisher Jr., October 1952 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1954
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ELECTED TO BOARD: Members of the board of the Chamber of Commerce yesterday filled their 21-member roster with the election of three local businessmen to one-year terms. They are (from left) Max R. Frisinger, contractor; John Podesta, president of American Broach Corp.; and John E. Swisher, jr., partner in the real estate firm of Butts & Swisher. The board consists of 18 members elected by mail ballot to three-year terms and the three elected by the board.
Month
October
Year
1952
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Forsythe Girls' Basketball Players Huddle During Timeout - Forsythe vs. Clague, January 1980

Forsythe Girls' Basketball Players Huddle During Timeout - Forsythe vs. Clague, January 1980 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1980
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This Forsythe Junior High girls' basketball team enjoys a lead during a timeout in a recent game with Clague.
Month
January
Year
1980
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Children Play Soccer at Carpenter Elementary School, October 1974

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Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1974
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Boys, Girls Compete Together In Soccer Game
Month
October
Year
1974
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Boys Leave for Detroit-Cleveland Baseball Game, August 1955

Boys Leave for Detroit-Cleveland Baseball Game, August 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1955
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BASEBALL BOUND: A few of the some 70 boys who left Ann Arbor by bus this morning to attend today's Detroit-Cleveland baseball game are checked in as the trip starts. The Ann Arbor Optimist Club annually sponsors the event.
Month
August
Year
1955
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Mrs. Ernest Campbell With Fat Femmes Anonymous Trophy, March 1957

Mrs. Ernest Campbell With Fat Femmes Anonymous Trophy, March 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 11, 1957
Caption
THEIR PRIDE AND JOY: The Ypsilanti chapter of Fat Femmes Anonymous is proud of its only "Famous Fem," Mrs. Ernest Campbell of Ivanhoe Ave., who holds her gold trophy while her weight is checked on the scales by an admiring fellow member, Miss Elizabeth Foster of Miles St.
Month
March
Year
1957
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Brian Diez Leaves Slauson By Bus On The Last Day Of School, June 2000

Brian Diez Leaves Slauson By Bus On The Last Day Of School, June 2000 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 17, 2000
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OH HAPPY DAY - Brian Diez, a sixth-grader at Slauson Middle School, sticks his head out of the school bus window to signal to his friends on the last day of school. The Ann Arbor school had a field day to celebrate the end of the school year on Friday.
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June
Year
2000
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Ray Shipley With A Mercury Delivery Truck, August 1948

Ray Shipley With A Mercury Delivery Truck, August 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1948
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At the top is a Jeep panel truck, with Ray Shipley, co-owner with Paul Koons of Mercury Delivery, standing along side. Mercury now owns and operates the 41-year-old Merchants' Delivery.
Month
August
Year
1948
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Kim Yam Prepares Paczki at Dexter Bakery, February 1997

Kim Yam Prepares Paczki at Dexter Bakery, February 1997 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1997
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Kim Yam, co-owner of the Dexter Bakery with her husband, Saing, moves a tray of paczki ready to be filled. The Yams are ethnic Chinese from Cambodia who were busy Monday making about 2,000 dozen of the Polish pastries in celebration of Fat Tuesday, the day before the start of Lent.
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10
Month
February
Year
1997
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Dexter Bakery Owners Kim and Saing Yam and Family, April 1996

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1996
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Cambodian immigrants, from left, Ly Fung Chov, Fea Chhan Chov, Kim Yam, Heang Tea, and Saing H. Yam holding Connie Lee Yam, 2, are baking up a brighter future in the bakery business.
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5
Month
April
Year
1996
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Mercy College Of Nursing: Graduating Nurses At St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, August 1943

Mercy College Of Nursing: Graduating Nurses At St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, August 1943 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1943
Caption
SCHOOLING ENDED: Graduating nurses at St. Joseph's Mercy hospital are proud of their 100 per cent enlistment in the Red Cross. Note insignia on their left pockets. Those who are to be graduated at Detroit today are: Left to right, front row, Mary Helen Hoffman, Harriett Danowski, Lillian Di Ulio, Rose Gargalino, Patricia Ducey, Betty Wiltse, Mary Nicklowitz, Margaret Feldcamp; second row, Kathryn Calkins, Betty Bernier, Alice Foley, Pauline Zahner, Ruth Bock, Mary Daoust; third row, Georgia Mae Johnson, Ruth Hockman, Mary Reddinger, Elsie Close, Dora Raad, Elizabeth Raad.
Month
August
Year
1943
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