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Pia Vernon & Tricia McNaughton Saunders Wrestle At The Michigan International Open, February 1995

Pia Vernon & Tricia McNaughton Saunders Wrestle At The Michigan International Open, February 1995 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1995
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Ann Arbor native Tricia McNaughton Saunders (right) makes quick work of Pia Vernon of Indiana in the finals, 11-1. Saunders, who now lives in Arizona, has been wrestling since she was an 8-year-old.
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February
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1995
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Tricia McNaughton Saunders Chats With Young Female Wrestlers At The Michigan International Open, February 1995

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Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1995
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Ann Arbor native Tricia McNaughton Saunders (right), who started wrestling at the age of 8, tells this group of female wrestlers from Tappan Middle School 'You can be world champions, too.' Saunders, wrestling just two months after giving birth, won her weight division.
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February
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1995
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Wrestling Coach Mike Betts At The Michigan International Open, February 1995

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Ann Arbor News, February 6, 1995
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Tappan Middle School wrestling coach Mike Betts consoles daughter Katrina after she lost in a final.
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February
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1995
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Katelynn Peiffer, 2 1/2, Holds Her Trophy At The Saunders' Cup Wrestling Tournament, February 1996

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Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1996
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Katelynn Peiffer, 2 1/2, of Litchfield in Hillsdale County, holds a trophy for winning the 28-pound weight group at the Saunders' Cup Wrestling Tournament Saturday in Milan. The event is the largest girls-only meet in the U.S. Peiffer was the youngest wrestler there, and the only one in her category. It was the first competition for Katelynn. The event is named for Tricia Saunders, a world champion who wrestled for Huron.
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February
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1996
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Wrestling Champion Tricia McNaughton Saunders Reads To Her Children, July 1998

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Ann Arbor News, July 23, 1998
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Tricia McNaughton-Saunders reads to her children, Townsend Saunders III, 1 (left), and Tassia Saunders, 3, at her parents home in Ann Arbor. Saunders, who lives in Phoenix with her husband and kids, recently vacationed here.
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1998
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Dr. John A. Wessinger Enjoys Role As City Health Officer, July 1947

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Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1947
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When Dr. John A. Wessinger, Ann Arbor's apparently ageless health officer (he'll be 87 next month), was a young country doctor, he made his wintry rounds in a horse-drawn cutter (above), swathed in furs against the cold. Today he occupies an office on E. Huron St. near the city hall where he studies municipal health problems (below) and is "beginning to think about retiring" after serving the city 40 years.
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July
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1947
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Country Doctor John A. Wessinger Makes Rounds in Horse-Drawn Sleigh (copy), July 1947

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Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1947
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When Dr. John A. Wessinger, Ann Arbor's apparently ageless health officer (he'll be 87 next month), was a young country doctor, he made his wintry rounds in a horse-drawn cutter (above), swathed in furs against the cold. Today he occupies an office on E. Huron St. near the city hall where he studies municipal health problems (below) and is "beginning to think about retiring" after serving the city 40 years.
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July
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1947
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Mayor William E. Brown Presents a Gift to Dr. John A. Wessinger, March 1949

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Ann Arbor News, February 4, 1948
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CITY OFFICIAL HONORED: Dr. John A. Wessinger (right), city health officer for 44 years, was given a scroll signed by his fellow city officials and thanking him for "long years of pleasant association" with them. Presentation was made by Mayor William E. Brown (left) at a luncheon yesterday.
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February
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1948
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City Health Officer Dr. John A. Wessinger Retires, June 1950

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Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1950
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Dr. John A. Wessinger (above), 89-year-old city health officer, will retire Saturday after 44 years of service in the post. County Health Director Otto K. Engelke will then take over joint duties as both city and county health officer under a plan authorized early this year by the City Council and the Board of Supervisors. Except for a one-year break, Dr. Wessinger has served as Ann Arbor's health officer since 1905.
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June
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1950
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Car Hangs Off Hill Near The American Legion Home, January 1956

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Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1956
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OVER THE HILL - ALMOST: This car, owned by Julius Hinderer of 335 S. Seventh St., remained precariously balanced against a tree after it skidded off an embankment behind the ice-coated parking lot at the American Legion Home on S. Main St. last night. Hinderer is general manager at the Legion.
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January
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1956
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George Gervin, 'The Iceman', Is Guest Of Honor At EMU Men's Basketball Halftime Ceremony To Retire His No. 24 Jersey, January 1986

George Gervin, 'The Iceman', Is Guest Of Honor At EMU Men's Basketball Halftime Ceremony To Retire His No. 24 Jersey, January 1986 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 23, 1986
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Chicago Bull star George Gervin returned to his Bowen Field House stomping grounds Wednesday night to have his EMU jersey No. 24 retired in a ceremony before 3,100 fans. 'It's a good feeling to come back. This is where it all began for me. I had a lot of good times here,' The Iceman said. 'There's a lot of meaning having my number retired. Twenty-four meant a lot to me. It's exciting to know people appreciate what you've done.'
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1986
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EMU Men's Basketball vs. University of Toledo, January 1986

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Ann Arbor News, January 23, 1986
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Eastern's Mike McCaskill and Toledo's John Vandecaveye tangle for a loose ball.
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1986
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Courtyard Display At Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School Celebrates His Birthday, January 1973

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Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1973
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A courtyard display and an assembly yesterday at Ann Arbor's Martin Luther King School commemorated the birth of the assassinated civil rights leader for whom the school is named. Dr. King was born Jan. 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Ga., and slain April 4, 1969, in Memphis, Tenn. The figure at left represents Dr. King and the others his followers. Students posed for the latter last year. Depicted are two brothers and a sister of three of those who posed. From left are Kenneth Caldwell, Claudia Hampton and Brian Taylor. (News photo by Eck Stanger)
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January
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1973
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Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987

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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1987
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Memorial March - Marchers in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti braved chilly winds and falling snow as they joined countless thousands across the land Monday in ceremonies honoring the late Martin Luther King on the national holiday marking his birthday. In the top photo, the Ann Arbor march begins and proceeds along South University.
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January
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1987
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Mayor Ed Pierce & Judge William Bledsoe At The Martin Luther King Memorial Gathering On The U-M Diag, January 1987

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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1987
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Ann Arbor Mayor Ed Pierce chats on the U-M Diag with District Court Judge William Bledsoe, who spoke at a rally.
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January
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1987
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Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987

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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1987
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Memorial March - Marchers in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti braved chilly winds and falling snow as they joined countless thousands across the land Monday in ceremonies honoring the late Martin Luther King on the national holiday marking his birthday. In the top photo, the Ann Arbor march begins and proceeds along South University.
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January
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1987
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Jess Obanner Sings At A University Of Michigan Service Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., January 1989

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Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1989
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Gospel Choir director Jess Obanner raises his hands in praise during the University of Michigan's Martin Luther King observance at the Michigan Union Ballroom Sunday. Several singing groups were on hand for the packed 11 a.m. service which featured a message by King associate the Rev. Will Herzfeld of Oakland, Calif.
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January
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1989
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7th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Marchers, January 1989

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Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1989
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Deacon Richard Garland, along with Kendall Tucker, holding lantern, walk in the 7th annual Unity March that brought out about 400 participants. The march began at the Washtenaw County building in downtown Ann Arbor and ended at Second Baptist Church on 850 Red Oak in Ann Arbor.
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January
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1989
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Children Sledding At 1301 Lutz Avenue, January 1949

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Ann Arbor News, January 27, 1949
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Today's half-inch of snow (the first of the season) was a long time coming - but it timed itself beautifully, in the minds of Ann Arbor's sledding set. Although it wasn't deep, it had the twin virtues of being deceptively slick - and of being on the ground while school children holidayed between semesters. Taking advantage of it in descending order this morning were Sue Kiddle, 11, of 431 Crest Ave.; Billy Thompson, 7, of 500 Crest Ave.; David Dunlap, 7, of 1301 Lutz Ave.; and Mary Ellen Kiddle, 9, of 431 Crest Ave. The "hill" is at Lutz and Crest Aves., and the snow was there by courtesy of the elements which promised a freezing drizzle tonight and higher temperatures tomorrow - but no more snow.
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January
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1949
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Trees Covered In Fresh Snow On Berkshire Road, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1957
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WINTER FAIRYLAND: Ann Arbor residents awoke this morning to find dazzling snowscapes all about them. It was something of a surprise (the weatherman had said cloudy with "possible flurries"), but even those who profess to be "tired of winter" had to admit the city has seldom been prettier. This scene was photographed on Berkshire Rd.
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February
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1957
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Students Walk To School In Fresh Snow, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1957
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EARLY-MORNING TABLEAUX: Children on their way to school this morning walked against a backdrop of dazzling white formed by last night's soft snow which clung to everything it touched.
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February
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1957
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Mayor William E. Brown Jr.'s Home Covered In Fresh Snow, February 1957

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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1957
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MAYOR'S HOME DRAPED IN SNOW: The residence of Mayor William E. Brown, jr., at 2116 Dorset Rd., proved an attractive subject for the roving photographer, who got there just as the sun was beginning to filter through the trees.
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February
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1957
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Phi Kappa Sigma Christmas Party, December 1936

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Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1936
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CHRISTMAS PARTY OF THE SUB-DEBUTANTES: The hostesses who gave a dance last night at the Phi Kappa Sigma house, were dinner guests at the home of one of hostesses, Betty Fariss, on Hill St. In the party shown above, the girls seated in the foreground are, left to right: Peggy Whitker, Patricia Trosper and Betty Fariss. In the middle row are Priscilla Ehlers, Charlotte Noble, Mary Hayden, Barbara Brooks, Betty Johnson and Constance Lorch, and standing at the back are Mary Janet Stickney of Clarkston, Patricia Hadley and Ann Oakman.
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December
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1936
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Onlookers Gather Around The Remains Of An Automobile Hit By A Train In Dexter, August 1946

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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1946
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WRECKAGE OF CAR IN WHICH THREE WOMEN DIED: Onlookers view the scattered remnants of the two-door sedan in which three women, two of them from Ann Arbor, were instantly killed as the New York Central railroad's crack streamliner, the Mercury, crashed into the car at Dexter yesterday afternoon. The dead were Miss Theckla Louise Frank, 68, and Mrs. Minnie F. Drittler, 75, sisters, of 333 S. Division St. and Mrs. Dorothy Sager, 40, wife of Prof. Ward Sager of Central State Teachers College, Mt. Pleasant, who was visiting here during his graduate studies at the University.
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August
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1946
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Homesites between Stadium Blvd and Pauline Blvd, February 1953

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Ann Arbor News, February 28, 1953
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Future Site For Homes In City's Southwest Side: This plot of land between Pauline and Stadium Blvds. in the city's southwest side is expected to be the site of 63 homes by the end of this summer. The land was laid out by Eugene H. Hannah, who said that most of the lots have been sold to individuals. He added that he would build from 15 to 20 homes here and that various other contractors would complete the project. The property has been rough-graded, and a new home is seen in the background. The group of houses in the far background is in Arbordale subdivision across Pauline Blvd. On the Stadium Blvd. section of this plot, workmen are putting in sewers.
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February
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1953
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"Away in a Manger" float, sponsored by First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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CHURCHES ENTER FLOATS: Three Ypsilanti churches entered floats last night for the first time. This one, patterned after the Christmas carol "Away in a Manger," was sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti.
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December
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1957
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"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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'SANTA'S WORKSHOP' DEPICTED: Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools from Willow Village entetered this float, based on "Santa's Workshop." Six youngsters busily occupied themselves during the parade as elves working on Christmas toys. The traditional parade was sponsored by Ypsilanti area schools and churches and the Board of Commerce.
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December
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1957
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"Christmas Family" float, sponsored by Erickson Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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'NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS': This group of Erickson Elementary School pupils named their float "Christmas Family," and patterned it around Christmas Eve in the home. The "father" appears to be reading "'Twas The Night Before Christmas" for his "family," gathered around the decorated tree in front of a fireplace.
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December
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1957
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Santa joins the Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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SANTA CLAUS VISITS YPSILANTI: riding on a float sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Santa Claus made his annual pre-Christmas visit to Ypsilanti last night for the parade. Santa promised children along the parade route that he would return tomorrow night at the JCC's Christmas tree lot to take their lists of toys wanted Dec. 25.
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December
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1957
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"Guardian Angels" float, sponsored by Lincoln Consolidated School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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MANGER SCENE PORTRAYED: "Guardian Angels" depicted the manager scene at Bethlehem nearly 1,957 years ago. The float was sponsored by Lincoln Consolidated School. Following the parade, participants were served refreshments in Woodruff School by wives of Board of Commerce members.
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December
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1957
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"The Madonna" float, by Thorne Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"The Madonna" float, by Thorne Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
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YPSILANTI HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARADE: A crowd estimated by police at from 20,000 to 25,000 adults and children turned out in mild weather last night to watch Ypsilanti's annual Christmas parade through the downtown business section. This float, sponsored by Thorne Elementary School, was entitled "The Madonna," and featured Thorne pupils.
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December
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1957
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Braiding a mane, August 1936

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Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1936
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WHEREIN THE HORSE'S MANE IS BRAIDED BY AN EXPERT: Harry Moxley, specialist of Michigan State college, is shown above demonstrating to a crowd at the horse clinic on the Charles McCalla farm the art of braiding a horse's mane for show purposes. A yellow sash was used for the braiding. A row of cloth flowers gave the finishing touch.
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August
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1936
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Busy holiday sorting at the W. Stadium Post Office, December 1966

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Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1966
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Trays of mail wait as Post Office workers engage in the primary sorting of mail. Here employees begin sorting the mail according to states and cities. many temporary employees have been hired this year to handle the Christmas card rush.
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December
Year
1966
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Barton Dam, undated

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Ann Arbor News, March 5, 2000
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At lower left, Barton Dam along the Huron River. The dam was built in 1912 as a growing Ann Arbor needed increasing amounts of fresh water. For the full text of the Ann Arbor News' annual Outlook economic study, visit Michigan Live at aa.mlive.com/news/outlook.
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Corner of Detroit and Catherine Streets, circa 1930

Corner of Detroit and Catherine Streets, circa 1930 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1950
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EAST CATHERINE AT DETROIT -- 1918-1950: Wurster Bros. Creamery in 1918 occupied the site at the northeast corner of N. Fifth Ave. and E. Catherine St. where Radio Cab Co. now has its headquarters. The two pictures emphasize the advance in commercial transportation over the years -- from horse to gasoline power. The photograph at the top was loaned to The Ann Arbor News by Fred H. E. Jaeger, of 519 Pauline Blvd. In the right center of it appears the barn used to stable horses for the milk wagons. After considerable remodeling it became the building which today houses the service garage for the Radio Cab Co. Adjoining on the north is the Beer Vault.
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Students wait at the station for the special west-bound train to take them home for Christmas, December 1946

Students wait at the station for the special west-bound train to take them home for Christmas, December 1946 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1946
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ON WAY HOME: Students in jovial spirits lined the tracks of the New York Central railway yesterday waiting for the special west-bound train which would take them home for the Christmas holidays. The train for Chicago left here at 2 p.m. and a special for New York and Boston left at 5 p.m. From 900 to 1,000 students were accommodated on the two special trains alone, the local New York Central office reported, and additional students took the trains which ran on regular schedule. Except for a few stragglers, most students who planned to take the train home left Ann Arbor yesterday, to judge from the lines at the ticket office.
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December
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1946
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Wilford P. Cashman's Casket Leaves Nie Funeral Home, January 1988

Wilford P. Cashman's Casket Leaves Nie Funeral Home, January 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1988
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Cashman's coffin, paid for by the state, leaves Nie Funeral Home to be taken to the cemetery.
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January
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1988
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Wilford P. Cashman's Son & Daughter-In-Law Attend His Burial At United Memorial Gardens, January 1988

Wilford P. Cashman's Son & Daughter-In-Law Attend His Burial At United Memorial Gardens, January 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 15, 1988
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Cashman's son and daughter-in-law walk through United Memorial Gardens in Plymouth.
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January
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1988
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Filmmaker Frank Davis, January 1987

Filmmaker Frank Davis, January 1987 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1987
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Frank Davis, shown here in his trademark hat and black outfit, has entered four films in this year's Ann Arbor 8mm Film Festival, which runs today through Sunday.
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January
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1987
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Gene the Clown at the Matrix Theater, November 1975

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Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1975
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Clowning Around: An incredulous spectator looks up at Gene Hyman balancing on a ledge above the Matrix Theater entrance (above). And Hyman also did fire spitting to publicize the theater's search for local talent. (News Photos by Jack Stubbs)
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November
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1975
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Tim Artist and Dan Gunning screen submissions to the 11th annual 8mm Film Festival, February 1981

Tim Artist and Dan Gunning screen submissions to the 11th annual 8mm Film Festival, February 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 8, 1981
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SCREENING -- Tim Artist, festival director, and Dan Gunning, festival coordinator, screen submissions to the 11th annual 8mm Film Festival scheduled for Feb. 13-15. Over 200 fiolmmakers, from teens to retires, have submitted films.
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February
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1981
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Yarmains Party Store and other stores, September 1963

Yarmains Party Store and other stores, September 1963 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 7, 1963
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AT JACKSON AVE. 'POINT': This new four-store installation at 1606-1612 Jackson Ave. was built by Harry Yarmain of Ann Arbor, co-owner of Yarmain's Party Store which occupies one of the units within the setup. Other occupants are the Bea Jae Beauty Salon, which is owned by Mrs. Bette Puckett and Mrs. Joyce Goberdhan; the Point Barbers, co-owned by Joseph Huczak and David Murphy, and Green's Cleaners and Furriers. An old Yarmain store at 1602 Jackson is to be razed to make way for more off-street parking. A grand opening is planned at the Yarmain installation in about two weeks. Cost of the facility was not announced.
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September
Year
1963
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Dramatic Arts Theater stages a scene from Sartre's "No Exit," March 1955

Dramatic Arts Theater stages a scene from Sartre's "No Exit," March 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1955
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'NO EXIT' IS LAST DRAMATIC ARTS CENTER PRODUCTION: Pictured in their roles in "No Exit," by philosopher-dramatist Jean Paul Sartre, are Ralph Drischell as the bellboy, Rica Martens (center) as Estelle and Irma Hurley as Indez. The play, which will open a three-weekend run at 8:15 p.m. Friday at the Masonic Temple, is the last production of the current Dramatic Arts Center season.
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March
Year
1955
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