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Overseas Branch Managers Visit The New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Center, September 1959

Overseas Branch Managers Visit The New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Center, September 1959 image
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September
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1959
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FIRST VISITORS TO PARKE, DAVIS: Walter F. Holcomb, director of research administration of Parke, Davis & Company's new Plymouth Rd. research center, escorts some of 18 of Parke, Davis' overseas branch managers who were the first official visitors at the $13,000,000 center. The overseas executives are participating in a Parke, Davis orientation conference in Detroit through Saturday. The 18 visitors are from various points throughout the world.
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Harlan Hatcher Cuts The Ribbon At The Formal Opening & Dedication Of The New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Laboratories, April 1960

Harlan Hatcher Cuts The Ribbon At The Formal Opening & Dedication Of The New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Laboratories, April 1960 image
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April
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1960
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RESEARCH UNIT DEDICATED: University President Harlan Hatcher cut the ribbon yesterday formally opening Parke, Davis & Company's new, $13,500,000 Ann Arbor Research Laboratories. Harry. J. Loynd (left), Parke-Davis president, and Dr. Leon A. Sweet, Parke-Davis vice-president in charge of research, watch.
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Akito Asano (left) & Koji Ando, Survivors Of Hiroshima, At A Speaking Engagement In Ann Arbor, July 28, 1985

Akito Asano (left) & Koji Ando, Survivors Of Hiroshima, At A Speaking Engagement In Ann Arbor, July 28, 1985 image
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July
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1985
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Akito Asano, left, and Koji Ando, survivors of the Hiroshima blast, are touring Midwest cities to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the bombing.
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Dr. Yuzuru Takeshita, Professor at U-M & Japanese Internment Camp Survivor, December 8, 1991

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November
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1991
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Yuzuru Takeshita , a U-M professor who was interned during the war.
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Huron High Students Richard Strand and Barbara Quenon Perform in "Don't Drink The Water," November 1970

Huron High Students Richard Strand and Barbara Quenon Perform in "Don't Drink The Water," November 1970 image
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8
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November
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1970
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Richard Strand and Barbara Quenon rehearse a scene from the Woody Allen comedy, "Don't Drink The Water," which will be presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday the Huron High auditorium. The play is being presented by the Huron High Theatre Guild. Director is Mrs. Judy Burnor. Tickets will be sold at the door. A 3:30 p.p. performance will also be given Thursday, according to Mrs. Burnor.
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Parke Davis Scientists Who Developed A New Anti-Malaria Drug, November 1962

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November
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1962
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DEVELOP ANTI-MALARIA DRUG: These four persons played important roles in developing a new anti-malaria drug at Parke, Davis & Company's Ann Arbor Research Laboratories. They are (left to right) Dr. Paul E. Thompson, laboratory director in parasitology; Dr. E. F. Elslager, laboratory director in organic chemistry; Donald F. Worth, associate research chemist, and Miss Bronislawa Olszewski, assistant research biologist. All are co-authors of a paper which announces the new experimental drug.
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Recreation League Class D Softball Tournament Title Game - Parke Davis vs Moore's Shell, July 1963

Recreation League Class D Softball Tournament Title Game - Parke Davis vs Moore's Shell, July 1963 image
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July
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1963
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TIE-MAKER: Don Johnston of the Parke-Davis softball team crosses the plate with the tying run in the third inning of the Recreation League's Class D tournament title game. Catcher John Evans of Moore's Shell vainly awaits throw. Johnston's run made the score 1-1. Parke-Davis won the game 5-4.
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Dr. James French & Albert Ryder Examine A Chemical Model Of Vira-A In A Parke Davis Laboratory, January 1979

Dr. James French & Albert Ryder Examine A Chemical Model Of Vira-A In A Parke Davis Laboratory, January 1979 image
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January
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1979
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Dr. James French (right) of Ann Arbor, who synthesized the first drug effective against death-dealing herpes encephalitis at the local Parke-Davis laboratories, shows a chemistry model of the drug to Albert Ryder of Detroit, the firm's research planning administrator. Ryder, an organic chemist, made it all possible by isolating the virus-killing substance from soil samples. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)
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Jesse Ellis - Singing Lunchroom Monitor At Huron High School, May 1999

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May
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1999
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Jesse Ellis, a retiree who works as a cafeteria monitor at Huron High School in Ann Arbor, sings 'Happy Birthday' to a student on a recent day. His singing started spontaneously for a single student, then became a tradition students now expect.
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Teachers Of English Arrive From Different Countries At UM's English Language Institute To Study, September 23, 1955

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September
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1955
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The skies were dripping but the smiles were bright as 40 teachers of English from 16 foreign countries arrived in Ann Arbor by train this morning for 12 weeks of special study of teaching techniques at the University. Among the U-M delegation on hand to greet them were Dr. Charles C. Fries (dark suit), director of the English Language Institute, and Dr. John F. Weir (raincoat), lecturer in the Institute. U-M officials reported they were having some difficulty finding places for the visitors to live in housing-short Ann Arbor and asked anyone able to help to call the English Language Insitute.
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44 UM Foreign Exchange Students Wait For Train At The Depot, March 31, 1956

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March
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1956
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Foreign students leave on tour: Forty-four University foreign students, representing 20 different countries watch at the New York Central depot for the train which took them yesterday on a spring vacation trip to the East. During the nine-day tour sponsored by the University, they will visit Washington, New York City and Niagara Falls.
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Yuzuru Takeshita, Survivor Of Japanese Internment Camps, With Scrapbook, April 25, 1990

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April
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1990
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Yuzuru Takeshita shows a scrapbook of himself as a high school student in Japanese internment camps during World War II
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Ann Arbor Police Get Ready To Raise Japanese Flag During Ceremony At City Hall, May 1979

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May
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1979
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Officers Frank Hoy and Dennis Betz hoist the American and Japanese flags during City Hall ceremonies.
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Ann Arbor Police Get Ready To Raise American Flag During Ceremony At City Hall, May 1979

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May
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1979
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Officers Frank Hoy and Dennis Betz hoist the American and Japanese flags during City Hall ceremonies.
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Burns Park sixth grade class visits the University's atomic reactor, May 1957

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May
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1957
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CLASS VISITS REACTOR: The first visit to the University's atomic reactor made by a school group came yesterday when the Burns Park sixth graders taught by Mrs. Betty Melhuish toured the building.
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Rackham display for Space Age Research Conference, October 1962

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October
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1962
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FOR SPACE-MINDED: This display in the Rackham Building calls attention of Space Age Research Conference participants to the University's role and capabilities in the area.
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Ring around the sun, Allmendinger Park, February 3, 1958

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February
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1958
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RING AROUND THE SUN: The setting sun yesterday produced this unusual ring which the University astronomy department said was caused by high altitude cirrus clouds made up of ice flakes. News Photographer Doug Fulton took the picture from Allmendinger Park, using a wide-angle lens and a red filter.
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A Young Boy Hides In A Tree During Therapeutic Day Camp, July 1969

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July
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1969
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Place To Hide:

A camp rule is when you are mad you must leave the group until you are in control again, then you can return to the group activities. The young boy hiding in the tree has found a place to hide while he feels mad at the world, or possibly himself. It is not uncommon to see a boy sitting under a tree or behind a hedge as he deals with his own emotions, and fights his anxieties.
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Counselor Carl Fredrickson holds one of the young boys attending Therapeutic Day Camp, July 1969

Counselor Carl Fredrickson holds one of the young boys attending Therapeutic Day Camp, July 1969 image
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July
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1969
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An Angry Child

An Angry child is not uncommon at the clinic, and Carl Fredrickson, one of the staff counselors, spends a great deal of time holding children during one of those angry times, and trying to talk over the problem with them while they have such feelings.
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Newly Constructed Ann Arbor Gymkhana - Interior, November 1956

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November
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1956
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SET TO OPEN: The Ann Arbor Gymkhana, shown here complete with bar bells, dumb bells and trampolines, will present a grand opening for the public from 1 to 10 p.m. today and tomorrow. The business is in a new block structure at 415 S. Maple Rd.
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Susie Huntzicker Practices Her Competitive Trampoline Routine At The Ann Arbor Gymkhana, April 1960

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April
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1960
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A FAMILY AFFAIR: Gymnastics training and competition, too, is a family affair for this quartet of Huntzickers, children of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Huntzicker, 1705 Morton Ave. Here, nine-year-old Susie finds training belt helpful as she works on a routine under watchful eyes of her 16-year-old sister, Anne; her 13-year-old brother, Tom (left) and her 11-year-old brother, George (on trampoline in background). The four young Huntzickers all will be in action in a state AAU-sanctioned age-group gymnastics meet at the Ann Arbor Gymkhana Sunday afternoon. Starting time will be 2 p.m.
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Children Use The Outdoor Trampolines At Ann Arbor Gymkhana, August 1960

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August
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1960
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'UPPEN-GEBOUNCEN FLOPPENFIELT': That's what the Ann Arbor Gymkhana of 415 S. Maple Rd. is calling these four outdoor trampolines recently installed at the firm's business place. Don T. Botsford, owner of Gymkhana, said the demand for use of trampolines in his building necessitated installation of these four units. Gymkhana specializes in teaching use of the trampoline. The firm has been in operation here since 1956.
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George Huntzicker Practices His Trampoline Championships Routine, April 1961

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1961
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GETTING READY FOR SUNDAY TEST: Hard-working George Huntzicker clasps legs in hands and tongue in teeth firmly as he works on a double front flip he'll perform in his routine during Sunday's State AAU Trampoline Championships at the Ann Arbor Gymkhana. Waiting for the 12-year-old to come down are, from left, Lani Loken, Mary Ann Staebler, and Chris Loken. All have won Michigan AAU championships in the past.
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Don Botsford Works On His Model Of A New Fitness Facility, April 1978

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April
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1978
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Don Botsford Labors Over Styrofoam Models
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Donald Botsford, Owner & Operator Of Ann Arbor Gymkhana, February 1980

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February
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1980
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Donald T. Botsford
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Donald Botsford & His Son Bob Play Spaceball At Ann Arbor Gymkhana, February 1980

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February
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1980
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Donald T. Botsford, in a spaceball game with his son Bob, refuses to be defeated by his faltering Gymkhana, the oldest health club in Ann Arbor. Though the gym has been less than successful through many changes in format, Botsford plans to sell his old building and open up a new version of his business.
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Beth Pauli Jumps On A Trampoline At Gymkhana, December 1984

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December
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1984
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A FLYING LEAP - Beth Pauli, 6, is one of the youngsters taking advantage of indoor sport over the Christmas holidays. Scene of her jumping exercises is Gymkhana, an indoor gym at 415 S. Maple Road that offers trampolines and Spaceball games.
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Barry Kistner and Mary E. Baird Discuss New Headquarters for Washtenaw Council on Alcoholism, March 1980

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March
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1980
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AIDING ALCOHOLICS - Barry Kistner (standing) and Mary E. Baird of Washtenaw County on Alcoholism discuss plans for the upcoming open house at the council's new headquarters in the lower level of the United Way Building at 2301 Platt Road. The open house will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. The public is invited to tour the offices and learn about the agency's services. The council's goals are to inform the public, and prevent and treat alcoholism. The council estimates there are 6,000 alcoholics and an additional 6,000 problem drinkers in Washtenaw County.
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Interior Of Richardson's Pharmacy In The Lamp Post Plaza With Owner, Joe Decker, October 18, 1977

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October
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1977
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Joe Decker In His New Richardson's Pharmacy In Lamp Post Plaza
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Interior Of Richardson's Pharmacy In The Lamp Post Plaza With Owner, Joe Decker, October 18, 1977

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1977
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Joe Decker In His New Richardson's Pharmacy In Lamp Post Plaza
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Richardson's Pharmacy Bowling Team Members Pose After Tournament, March 14, 1963

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March
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1963
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Compiling a 2,788 handicap total in the team event of the Ann Arbor Women's Association Bowling Association tourney were, from left, Doris Mild (494), Joan Parks (569), Evelyn Kindshoven (471), and Mary Hufnagle (438) and Marge Goody, who was absent for picture (516). Richardson's is the highest ranked team in the tourney.
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New Richardson's Pharmacy Store In Ypsilanti, November 26, 1962

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November
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1962
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New drugstore: Maynard C. Richardson, owner of Richardson's Pharmacy at 204 W. Michigan Ave., opened a new store at the corner of Washtenaw Ave. and Mansfield St. today. Joseph C. Decker, who has been a pharmacist at the Michigan Ave. store for the past five years is manager.
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Portrait of Barry Kistner, Retiring Director of Spectrum Prevention and Treatment Services, March 1999

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24
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February
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1999
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Barry Kistner is retiring after 25 years as executive director of Spectrum Prevention and Treatment Services, formerly known as the Washtenaw Counicil on Alcoholism.
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Mimi Harris Prepares Tuna Casserole With Daughter Katy, October 1969

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14
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October
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1969
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Puddings, casseroles and hearty soups are Mrs. Robert J. Harris' cooking fortes. The mayor's wife, who claims that she's not a short-order cook, loves "family and fall-type cooking." The Harris family enjoys such specialties as Fresh Tongue or Vegetable-Lamb Casseroles. Mrs. Harris often enjoys preparing Tuna Pudding. Here, she is helped by daughter Katy, 4. Besides feeding a busy husband and three young children, Mrs. Harris has returned to school to complete her degree in social work.
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Members Of The Dexter Area Historical Society Work To Restore Scio Cemetery, October 1971

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October
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1971
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Restoring the old Scio Cemetery are members of the Dexter Area Historical Society. They are from left Steve Willoughby, Mrs. Joseph McAllister and Brian Snellgrove. Mrs. McAllister is secretary of the group and was one of its founders.
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Maxine Francisco & Helpers Clean A Tombstone In Scio Cemetery, August 1976

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August
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1976
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Francisco (Left) And Helpers Cleaning Scio Cemetery Tombstone
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Pioneer Student Kris Schrader Adjusts Her Cap Before Graduation, June 1985

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June
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1985
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Above, Pioneer grad Kris Schrader adjusts her hat before entering Crisler Arena for the ceremonies.
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Judge S. J. Elden With His Pipe Collection, April 1967

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April
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1967
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A Smoke In Chambers
Municipal Court judge S. J. Elden prepares to light charcoal in a holder atop a Syrian water pipe, one of a number of such pipes he has in a large collection. The pipe in the right background on the bookcase is also a water pipe, as is the one (foreground) on the desk. On the wall behind Elden are some of his prize models.
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Mayor Louis D. Belcher signs a giant check representing the $15,000 raised during the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982

Mayor Louis D. Belcher signs a giant check representing the $15,000 raised during the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982 image
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January
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1982
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BIG MONEY - Mayor Louis D. Belcher adds his signature to a giant check representing the $15,000 raised during the three-day Las Vegas Millionarie's Party at the Second Chance bar earlier this week. The money -- profits on gambling by area residents -- will help operate the community-owned Michigan Theatre. See story on Page A-3.
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Mayor Louis D. Belcher with a check from the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982

Mayor Louis D. Belcher with a check from the Las Vegas Millionaire's Party benefit for the Michigan Theatre, January 1982 image
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January
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1982
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Mayor Louis D. Belcher (wearing the hat) accepts a $15,000 check from John Carver, owner of the Second Chance bar, which hosted the benefit
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Alcohol Safety Action Program Display for National Association of Counties Convention, June 1973

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June
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1973
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Steve Cole (left) puts the finishing touches on a display explaining the county's Alcohol Safety Action Program, which is being given a national award for "innovative" programming at the National Association of Counties convention to be held in Dallas in July. The safety program has been funded for the past three years by a $1.6 million federal grant and is designed to reduce the number of alcohol-related car accidents in the county. Nancy Boyer and James Hender (sic), project director, adjust the display. The display will be shown at the convention.
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