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Baseball Players From Vet's Park Visit Annie's Dugout, July 1979

Baseball Players From Vet's Park Visit Annie's Dugout, July 1979 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 30, 1979
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The team troops into Annie's Dugout, appropriately located across the street from Ann Arbor's Vet's Park.

Year
1979
Month
July
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Dicken Kindergarten Students Create Christmas Paintings, December 1964

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Ann Arbor News, December 14, 1964
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Christmas is coming to Mrs. Dorothy Kazmaier's kindergarten at Dicken Elementary School. Above, besmocked and intent on the Christmas creations, are (from left) painters Jay Jellama, Richard Linnell and Pam Stalker.

Year
1964
Month
December
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Dicken Kindergarten Students Create Christmas Decorations, December 1964

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Ann Arbor News, December 14, 1964
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Nancy Abrams shows Carol Sumher (left) and Demetra Cooley (right) how their scissors-and-paste Yule decoration is supposed to look when completed. Dicken confines Christmas projects to the last week prior to vacation, according to Principal Jean Henne, in hopes of keeping excitement subdued enough to get some academic work accomplished.

Year
1964
Month
December
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Patrick Leonard Takes A Skateboard Ride At Pinball Pete's, August 1999

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Ann Arbor News, August 6, 1999
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Patrick Leonard, 16, of Ann Arbor, takes a simulated skateboard ride at Pinball Pete's on South University Avenue. Having a variety of fun things to do was one of the reasons Ann Arbor was rated as one of the best American cities for teens.

Year
1987
Month
July
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Demolition Of Victorian House At 1218 South University To Make Way For The Galleria Mall, July 1987

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Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1987
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TUMBLING DOWN - An old Victorian house on South University between the now closed Campus Theater and the mall at 1220 S. University was torn down Thursday in order to clear the way for a Galleria to be built. Another building next door to the house, which was formerly The Great Escape pinball arcade, is expected to be torn down today. The Galleria, which is scheduled for construction sometime after the Art Fair next week, will be attached to the campus theater and contain stores and a food court. The Galleria will be leased by Campus Commercial Properties and developed by Glen Ross Gale Associates. The architect for the project is Hobbs & Black.

Year
1987
Month
July
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Galleria On South University Nears Completion Of Construction, March 1990

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Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1990
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South University Galleria COMPLETED! Just a few more fix-ups and a "conditional approval" will become our "Approval to open to the public"! It takes a lot of talent and skill to develop such a beautiful building. We want to publicly thank those who have worked long and hard with us to bring this spectacular mall to its successful completion.

Year
1990
Month
March
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Exterior Of The Galleria At Night, December 1992

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Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1992
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The University of Michigan campus hasn't exactly busted the doors down to shop at the Galleria since the three-level mall opened early in 1991. Now the mall faces foreclosure.

Year
1992
Month
December
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Lillian "Mike" McGuire, Wing Scout Troop Leader, Studies An Aerial Map With Louise Gibbs At The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, January 1947

Lillian "Mike" McGuire, Wing Scout Troop Leader, Studies An Aerial Map With Louise Gibbs At The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, January 1947 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1947
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IT'S RIGHT THERE: Leader Lillian "Mike" McGuire and Wing Scout Louise Gibbs study an aerial map before taking off on a short flight from Ann Arbor City airport. Miss McGuire, a pilot herself, teaches the seven local members of the Wing Scouts the fundamentals of aviation at the organization's weekly meetings.

Year
1947
Month
January
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Lillian "Mike" McGuire Instructs Her Troop Of Wing Scouts At The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, January 1947

Lillian "Mike" McGuire Instructs Her Troop Of Wing Scouts At The Ann Arbor Municipal Airport, January 1947 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1947
Caption
TEEN-AGE FLYING ENTHUSIASTS: Members of Ann Arbor's Flying Irish troop of the Wing Scouts of America gather at municipal airport for another session on aeronautics. All Ann Arbor High school students, the girls are (left to right): Marian Gessner, Claudeline Blakely, Louise Gibbs, Alberta McLaughlin, Virginia Mikesell, Gwendolyn Carkeek and Florence Takagi. With her back to camera is red-headed Lillian "Mike" McGuire, the group leader. At the extreme right is Helen Donelson, assistant leader.

Year
1947
Month
January
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Ann Arbor Wing Scouts Board A Plane At Willow Run Airport For A Trip To Niagara Falls, June 1950

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Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1950
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GIRL SCOUTS ON FLIGHT TO NIAGARA FALLS: Ann Arbor's Wing Scout Troop of about 15 girls and adult chaperones are shown boarding a plane at Willow Run Airport this morning for a flying trip to Niagara Falls. The troop, known as Flight No. 1, will return to the city by plane tonight. They will be met on the Canadian side of the falls by a unit of Canadian Girl Guides who will lead a tour of the area. Mrs. James Korbein, left in front row, is the flight leader.

Year
1950
Month
June
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Ann Arbor Wing Scouts Gather At Ann Arbor Airport For Flights Over The City, December 1950

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Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1950
Caption
WING SCOUTS TAKE TO THE AIR: Six members of Ann Arbor Wing Scout Troop No. 7 took introductory plane rides over the city Saturday from the Ann Arbor Airport. The troop, a branch of the Girl Scouts interested primarily in aviation, calls itself the "Lucky Seven" Troop. Left to right, the troop members are Pat McFarland, 209 Pleasant Pl.; Ruthie Metzger, 1920 Dexter Ave.; Karen Overbeck, 212 Pleasant Pl.; Gail Kaiser, 1219 Elder Blvd.; Nancy Travis, 1809 Dexter Ave.; and Margie Hume, 812 Brown St. Troop leader is Mrs. Veda MacNabb. Saturday's half-hour flights (three scouts at a time) were piloted by Edward Kaiser.

Year
1950
Month
December
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Betty Cole, Bride Of Dick Bucholz, On Her Wedding Day - May 31, 1941

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Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1941
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GOES TO SAGINAW: Mary Elizabeth Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cole of Hill St., and Richard H. Bucholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bucholz of Fountain St., were married Saturday in the Michigan League chapel and will live in Saginaw.

Year
1941
Month
May
Day
31
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Mitchell Elementary Students Work On A Project With Help From The Ecology Center, November 2000

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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 2000
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James Richards, 5, and Karina Stribley, 5, work on a paper project in their class at Mitchell Elementary School in Ann Arbor. Helping them is Rebecca Kanner of the Ecology Center.

Year
2000
Month
November
Day
14
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Ronald McAllister Feeds Seven Beagle Puppies In A Snowstorm, November 1951

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Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1951
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Feeding seven hungry pups in a driving snowstorm is no mean trick for a five-year-old master. But Ronald McAllister of 801 Amherst Ave. accomplishes it here - and manages to keep one eye on the camera at the same time.

Year
1951
Month
November
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Ann Arbor's Bob Hoffmeyer Passes Baton To Fred Hunt In The Medley Relay Against Cranbrook, April 1959

Ann Arbor's Bob Hoffmeyer Passes Baton To Fred Hunt In The Medley Relay Against Cranbrook, April 1959 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1959
Caption
HEADED FOR VICTORY: Pioneer Bob Hoffmeyer passes baton to Teammate Fred Hunt after building good lead in first leg of the medley relay. The lead was held as Ann Arbor High went on to win the race and the dual meet with Cranbrook.

Year
1959
Month
April
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Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices Sprinting, May 1959

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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1959
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VERSATILE FELLOW: Ann Arbor High's Senior Willie Haywood, outstanding in track for three seasons, is looking ahead to coming big meets during which he'll close out his prep career. A sprinter and shot-putter, as above pictures indicate, Haywood also is capable as a broad jumper. His best 100-yard dash mark is 10 seconds.

Year
1959
Month
May
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Willie Haywood, Ann Arbor High School Track Team, Practices The Shot Put, May 1959

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Ann Arbor News, May 14, 1959
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VERSATILE FELLOW: Ann Arbor High's Senior Willie Haywood, outstanding in track for three seasons, is looking ahead to coming big meets during which he'll close out his prep career. A sprinter and shot-putter, as above pictures indicate, Haywood also is capable as a broad jumper. His best 100-yard dash mark is 10 seconds.

Year
1959
Month
May
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Ann Arbor High School's Winning 880 Relay Track Team, June 1959

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Year
1959
Month
June
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left to right: Willie Haywood, Dempsey Taylor, Terry Johnson, Jim Dixon

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Ann Arbor High School's Track Team - Winners Of The Six-A League Title, June 1959

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Ann Arbor News, June 2, 1959
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ANOTHER IN PICTORAL HONOR ROLL: Ann Arbor High's track team, by winning the Six-A League title here last week, joins the list of city prep champions. Shown here are (left to right, front row) Bob Hoffmeyer, Jim Dixon, Dick Dieterle, Lavell Moore, Aksi Kikut, Steve Lowe, Willie Haywood, Dempsey Taylor, Terry Johnson, Gary Kniffen, Eugene Washington and Herb Williams; (second row) Elmer Fournier, Bob Lennox, Frank Willis, Doug Hamilton, Jesse Campbell, Mike Staebler, Tom Rowe, Dave Claggett, Howie Lippert and Fred Hunt; (third row) Jim Stentzel, Brian Westfield, Bern Porche, Jack Rollins, George Edson, Bill Sakai and Mike Levin; (fourth row) Wilson Trice, Rick Mueller, Carl Allen, Bob Spaly, Wayne Myers and Coach Tim Ryan; (fifth row) Gerry Torsch, Gary Krause, Ken Vaitkus, Dale Cunningham and Charles Thomas. Meeting last night, the Pioneer thinclads elected Taylor and Kikut as co-captains for next season. Missing from the picture is Ryan's assistant, Coach Don McEwen.

Year
1959
Month
June
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George Goodman, Director of Michigan Municipal League, September 1983

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Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1983
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George Goodman: Smiling because he loves it

Year
1983
Month
September
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Carlitos Bostic and His Mother Marlene Bostic, February 1983

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Ann Arbor News, February 10, 1983
Caption
Braves Sign: One for the Wolverines, and one for the Irish. Michigan and Notre Dame split the haul from Ypsilanti High in football recruiting. Top, Steve Lawrence is flanked by his mother, Lillian, and father Danny as the All-State defensive back signed a letter of intent to Notre Dame Wednesday. At right [this photo], Carlitos Bostic, seated next to his mother, Marlene, is a 6-3, 220-pound linebacker. Bostic, no relation to Michigan's graduating Keith, will wear the Maize and Blue.

Year
1983
Month
February
Day
9
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Dean Baker and Liz Gottlieb Protest In Front of State Theater, May 1986

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Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1986
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Free Popcorn: U-M students Dean Baker and Liz Gottlieb handed out free popcorn Friday night in front of the State Theater to renew a long-standing protest against owner Kerasotes Theaters. Organizers said they hoped the free popcorn would cut into sales inside the theater. The theater, one of three owned by Kerasotes, has been boycotted since the chain bought it in 1984 and fired union projectionists, replacing them with non-union workers. Last year, Kerasotes sued The Pinkertons, a street theater group that staged protest skits in front of the theater, saying they had cost the chain $10,000 in revenue. That suit was settled out of court earlier this year.

Year
1986
Month
May
Day
30
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Tom Gillies Has His Head Shaved for "The King and I," February 1961

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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1961
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Tom Gillies has his head shaved in preparation for his role as the king in next week's Ann Arbor High School production of "The King and I." It'll be at least a month before his hair grows out again.

Year
1961
Month
February
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Tom Gillies Has His Head Shaved for "The King and I," February 1961

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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1961
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Tom Gillies has his head shaved in preparation for his role as the king in next week's Ann Arbor High School production of "The King and I." It'll be at least a month before his hair grows out again.

Year
1961
Month
February
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Tom Gillies Has His Head Shaved for "The King and I," February 1961

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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1961
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Tom Gillies has his head shaved in preparation for his role as the king in next week's Ann Arbor High School production of "The King and I." It'll be at least a month before his hair grows out again.

Year
1961
Month
February
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Tom Gillies Has His Head Shaved for "The King and I," February 1961

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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1961
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Tom Gillies has his head shaved in preparation for his role as the king in next week's Ann Arbor High School production of "The King and I." It'll be at least a month before his hair grows out again.

Year
1961
Month
February
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Chilton Cunningham as Anna in Ann Arbor High School's "The King & I," February 1961

Chilton Cunningham as Anna in Ann Arbor High School's "The King & I," February 1961 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 8, 1961
Caption
GEOGRAPHY LESSON: Chilton Cunningham gives a geography lesson in her portrayal of "Anna" in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical comedy, "The King and I," to be presented at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday in the Ann Arbor High School auditorium. Tickets for the high school music and stagecraft departments' production are being sold by members of the choir and orchestra.

Year
1961
Month
February
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Modern Interior Featured In "An Introduction To Architecture" Exhibition At The University Of Michigan Rackham Building, March 1942

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Ann Arbor News, March 27, 1942
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DRAMATIC ARCHITECTURAL LESSON: An arresting lesson in the meaning of architecture in highly dramatic form is on display in the mezzanine galleries of the Rackham building. This view of a modern interior is a small part of a lively and instructive series of panels, photographs, drawings and small scale models to be seen daily except Sundays through March 31.

Year
1942
Month
March
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Ann Arbor Voters Wait Their Turn In Clague School Gym Election Lines, November 1992

Ann Arbor Voters Wait Their Turn In Clague School Gym Election Lines, November 1992 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1992
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WAITING TO VOTE - Voters lined up in the Clague school gym Tuesday waiting for election officials to give them the nod to enter the three voting booths.

Year
1992
Month
November
Day
3
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Ann Arbor's Bennie Haywood Competes In The High Jump Against Battle Creek High School, April 1958

Ann Arbor's Bennie Haywood Competes In The High Jump Against Battle Creek High School, April 1958 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1958
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HELPING HANDS - AND FEET: Sideline help is appreciated in all sports and there were good examples of it yesterday as Ann Arbor High won a dual track meet from Battle Creek. At top, an unidentified fan strains right along with Pioneer Bennie Haywood but the extra help did no good. Haywood missed at 5 feet.

Year
1958
Month
April
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Ann Arbor's Ron Hodge Competes In The Pole Vault Against Battle Creek High School, April 1958

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Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1958
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Ann Arbor's Ron Hodge clears vault bar at 9 feet while one teammate stands ready to grab pole and another helper uses shovel to steady the bar against hard-blowing wind.

Year
1958
Month
April
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Floyd M. Zarbock - University Of Michigan Marching Band Drum Major, September 1953

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Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1953
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Floyd M. Zarbock, the new drum major for the University Marching Band, models the uniform he will wear at football games this fall. Zarbock, a senior, is from Wheaton, Ill.

Year
1953
Month
September
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Lawyer-Teacher Partnership Program At Scarlett Middle School, November 1992

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Ann Arbor News, November 28, 1992
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Attorney Lore Rogers asks for answers while Jermaine Evans, 14, looks over the worksheet that was given to a Scarlett Middle School class. Rogers is participating in a pilot program to educate Ann Arbor middle school students in the workings of the American legal system.

Year
1992
Month
November
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Barefoot Bart Kruse Tails John Lowell In The Ann Arbor High vs. Lansing Sexton Track Meet, April 1956

Barefoot Bart Kruse Tails John Lowell In The Ann Arbor High vs. Lansing Sexton Track Meet, April 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1956
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BAREFOOT BOY: Ann Arbor High Miler Bart Kruse (left) finds the going easier if he discards shoes as he did before starting yesterday's race. The Sexton runner is John Lowell.

Year
1956
Month
April
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Students Enjoy New Books In The St. Joseph's School Library, Dexter, November 1950

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Ann Arbor News, November 15, 1950
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NEW BOOKS FOR DEXTER PUPILS: Shelves and tables in the library at St. Joseph's School in Dexter have been filled with supplies of new Christmas books for the pupils - even the youngest. Today is visiting day for parents of the parish. Shown in the picture above, standing, left to right, are Richard Ulrich, Denise Scully, Mary Francis Visel, Elizabeth Ledwidge and Rosalie Hoey. Seated at the table, left to right, Sandra Gehringer, John Walsh and Mary Jo Dettling.

Year
1950
Month
November
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James Crawford - Member of Elks Pratt Lodge No. 322, July 1998

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Ann Arbor News, August 2, 1998
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James Crawford, 75, has been a member of Elks Pratt Lodge No. 322 for 46 years. He's concerned about the trend away from belonging to community service groups like the Elks. "Young people are not interested like they used to be," he says.

Year
1998
Month
July
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Dick Coleman, Jim Dixon, & Willie Haywood - Ann Arbor High School Track Stars, May 1958

Dick Coleman, Jim Dixon, & Willie Haywood - Ann Arbor High School Track Stars, May 1958 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1958
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STATE MEET NEXT: Ann Arbor High's three qualifiers for Saturday's Class A State Track Championships on Michigan's Ferry Field are (from left) Dick Coleman, Jim Dixon, and Willie Haywood. Each was helpful in last night's dual meet at Jackson. Haywood qualified for state competition in the shot put and 100-yard dash, Coleman also made it in the shot put, and Dixon will compete in the high jump.

Year
1958
Month
May
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Margaret & Charles May Of Unadilla - Married 64 Years, October 1950

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Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1950
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. May of Unadilla, northwest of Chelsea, will celebrate their 64th wedding anniversary Sunday. One of the five sons and daughters who will assist in the affair is Mrs. Wayne Smith, Ann Arbor school teacher. Her father is 86 and mother, 83 years old. The couple is shown above on the front porch of their home - the same home in which they were married Oct. 20, 1886.

Year
1950
Month
October
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Marvin Cichowski, Of Saginaw High School, Leads A Race At The River Rouge Relay Championship, April 1947

Marvin Cichowski, Of Saginaw High School, Leads A Race At The River Rouge Relay Championship, April 1947 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1947
Caption
TIMBER TOPPERS IN FULL BLAST: This trio of hurdlers includes the class of the River Rouge Relays field. Shown at right is Saginaw's Marvin Cichowski, winner of the Class-A hurdle race, while at the left is Flint Northern's Fran Allen who was third. Saginaw Arthur Hill's Bill Hervey is in the center. He placed fourth. The meet, in Yost Fieldhouse Saturday night, was the world's largest indoor track program.

Year
1947
Month
April
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Scarlett Middle School's Pause For A Cause Cafe, November 2000

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Ann Arbor News, November 19, 2000
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Jessica Bradley takes a breakfast order from teacher Claudia Migda at Scarlett Middle School's Pause for a Cause Cafe set up in a science room. Warm the Children and other charities chosen by students receive proceeds of the bi-weekly cafe program.

Year
2000
Month
November
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Investigators Locate Johnnie Hammond's Car In The Huron River In Ypsilanti, October 1955

Investigators Locate Johnnie Hammond's Car In The Huron River In Ypsilanti, October 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1955
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DROWNING VICTIM'S CAR: This car plunged through guard rails and into the Huron River under the Factory St. bridge in Ypsilanti early yesterday, minutes before the driver - Johnnie Hammond, 23, of 1760 Upton Ct., Willow Village - drowned while trying to reach shore. In the top picture, an Ypsilanti patrolman and two Ford Motor Co. plant protection men locate the submerged auto prior to extricating it.

Year
1955
Month
October
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Wreckers Pull Johnnie Hammond's Car Out Of The Huron River In Ypsilanti, October 1955

Wreckers Pull Johnnie Hammond's Car Out Of The Huron River In Ypsilanti, October 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1955
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An employe of the Ypsilanti Ambulance Co. and Patrolman William Ing train flashlights into the vehicle to determine if there are any victims inside as two wreckers pull the car from the river.

Year
1955
Month
October
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Leland Home - 3850 E. North Territorial Rd, Northfield Township, February 1949

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Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1949
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CENTURY-OLD LELAND HOME ON E. NORTH TERRITORIAL RD.: Landmark in the Northfield township area is the Leland home at 3850 E. North Territorial, residence of former Judge Emory E. Leland and now occupied by his son, C. R. Leland, and wife. White barns in the rear set off the graceful old residence. The land on which they are located was taken up from the government by Judge Leland's father, Joshua G. Leland, in 1831 and this home was built a few years later.

Year
1949
Month
February
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Petty Officer Charles Albert Virant & Sgt. John F. Bartek Share War Stories, February 1943

Petty Officer Charles Albert Virant & Sgt. John F. Bartek Share War Stories, February 1943 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 22, 1943
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EXCHANGE NOTES ON RAFT EXPERIENCES: Petty Officer Charles Albert Virant (left) and Sgt. John F. Bartek (right) got together for a few minutes in the Allenel hotel to exchange notes on their experiences adrift in the ocean on rafts. Virant, a U. S. Navy gunner on a merchant ship, spent 17 days on a raft in the South Atlantic after his ship was torpedoed. Bartek, who was with Capt. Eddie Rickenbacker, lived 22 days on a raft in the Pacific. They will tell of their trips by raft, during the Army's program in Hill auditorium tonight.

Year
1943
Month
February
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Newly Constructed Kroger Grocery Store, August 1940

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Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1940
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Kroger Grocery & Baking Co. has opened this new self-service grocery and meat market at Stadium Blvd. and Packard St. Of a new type of architecture for Kroger stores, the building also has adjacent parking space.

Year
1940
Month
August
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Bernard Howard - Grocery Department Manager At New Kroger Store, August 1940

Bernard Howard - Grocery Department Manager At New Kroger Store, August 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1940
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MANAGER: Bernard Howard, who has been in the employ of the Kroger Co. for nine years as a grocery manager, is in charge of the grocery department of the new Kroger store at Packard St. and Stadium Blvd.

Year
1940
Month
August
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Josephine Houssman With Her Daughters, Susan & Virginia, September 1939

Josephine Houssman With Her Daughters, Susan & Virginia, September 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1939
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HERE FROM ENGLAND: Mrs. John Houssman who came here from her home in England this spring to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Norton of S. Forest Ave. is shown above with her daughters, Virginia, who is four years old, and Susan, who was born here in June. Mr. Houssman is expected in this country in February. Mrs. Houssman and the girls will leave here Saturday to take an apartment for the winter in Oxford, Miss., where her sister, Mrs. Clarence H. Yarrow and Dr. Yarrow have gone to live.

Year
1939
Month
September
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U of M Professor Ann Marie Sastry Explores Sea Urchins With Clague Middle School Students, September 2000

U of M Professor Ann Marie Sastry Explores Sea Urchins With Clague Middle School Students, September 2000 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 2, 2000
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University of Michigan professor Ann Marie Sastry shows Clague Middle School seventh-graders the feet of a sea urchin as part of a program promoting science and engineering. The students are, from left, Bryan Schultz, Iman Maiza and Corey Blair.

Year
2000
Month
September
Day
28
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Three-Fourths-Mile Medley Relay At The Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti/Lansing Sexton Triangular High School Track Meet, April 1954

Three-Fourths-Mile Medley Relay At The Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti/Lansing Sexton Triangular High School Track Meet, April 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 28, 1954
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BIT OFF BALANCE: Ann Arbor High's big Dick Williams (third from left) appears to be trying to go two ways at once as he begins to right himself after taking baton from Lionel Jackson to start second lap of yesterday's medley relay race at Wines Field. At left is Lansing Sexton Cage Star Art Gowens, who's quite a track man, too, after getting baton from Frank Kring. Sexton won the race and the meet.

Year
1954
Month
April
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