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Gay Rights Activists March Downtown, June 1985

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22
Month
June
Year
1985
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Saturday's march and rally marked the 15th anniversary of the founding of an Ann Arbor chapter of Gay Liberation.
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Sign Carriers At Lesbian-Gay Pride Rally, June 1986

Sign Carriers At Lesbian-Gay Pride Rally, June 1986 image
Day
21
Month
June
Year
1986
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An estimated 75 people turned out Saturday to celebrate gay and lesbian rights at a rally in front of the Federal Building in downtown Ann Arbor. There were more balloons than people at the festive meeting, sponsored by GLOHRYA, the Gay-Lesbian Organization for Human Rights-Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor, and the Lesbian Gay Pride Week Planning Committee. John Syler, left, co-founder of GLOHRYA, holds balloons while helping out with rally preparations. Crowd, above, listens to speakers. The rally was one of a number of events for Lesbian-Gay Pride Week, observed June 15-28. Speakers reiterated demands paraded past the building by sign carriers: "Gay, straight, black, white, same struggle, same fight," "You look just like us, We look just like you," claimed two signs, standing side by side. And another offered up a message for politicians: "Just another gay Michigan vote," it said. Speakers called for "full rights for gays and an end to racism, sexism" in the legislature, at the University of Michigan and in the city of Ann Arbor.
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John Syler At Lesbian-Gay Pride Rally, June 1986

John Syler At Lesbian-Gay Pride Rally, June 1986 image
Day
21
Month
June
Year
1986
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An estimated 75 people turned out Saturday to celebrate gay and lesbian rights at a rally in front of the Federal Building in downtown Ann Arbor. There were more balloons than people at the festive meeting, sponsored by GLOHRYA, the Gay-Lesbian Organization for Human Rights-Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor, and the Lesbian Gay Pride Week Planning Committee. John Syler, left, co-founder of GLOHRYA, holds balloons while helping out with rally preparations. Crowd, above, listens to speakers. The rally was one of a number of events for Lesbian-Gay Pride Week, observed June 15-28. Speakers reiterated demands paraded past the building by sign carriers: "Gay, straight, black, white, same struggle, same fight," "You look just like us, We look just like you," claimed two signs, standing side by side. And another offered up a message for politicians: "Just another gay Michigan vote," it said. Speakers called for "full rights for gays and an end to racism, sexism" in the legislature, at the University of Michigan and in the city of Ann Arbor.
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Portrait of Dr. Russell F. Smith, January 1970

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Day
18
Month
January
Year
1970
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Dr. Russell Smith
"Society tends to regard the alcoholic as a degenerate. But lots of alcoholics are highly moral and even saintly people, especially the alcoholic clergymen I treat. None of us is morally responsible for our diseases or for our heredity."
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Portrait of Leo H. Evans, Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus, June 1957

Portrait of Leo H. Evans, Grand Knight of Knights of Columbus, June 1957 image
Day
7
Month
June
Year
1957
Caption
Leo H. Evans, 33-year-old World War II veteran and father of seven children, will head the local Knights of Columbus Council. He was elected Grand Knight this week.
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Heather McIntosh Works In The Fields At Community Farm, April 1994

Heather McIntosh Works In The Fields At Community Farm, April 1994 image
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4
Month
April
Year
1994
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Above, Heather McIntosh prepares the soil for strawberry plants, which Community Farm workers hoped to plant this week on their land near Chelsea. The farm, now in its seventh year, provides organically grown produce to its members, who purchase shares in the farm. Its farmers have been working outdoors since the beginning of March. At right, 2-year-old Laura Chalmer steadies herself as she follows her mother, Karen, to do chores on the farm. Farmer Annie Elder says new members are welcome and interested people can call 994-9136.
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Karen Chalmers With Daughter, Laura, Going To Do Chores At Community Farm, April 1994

Karen Chalmers With Daughter, Laura, Going To Do Chores At Community Farm, April 1994 image
Day
4
Month
April
Year
1994
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Above, Heather McIntosh prepares the soil for strawberry plants, which Community Farm workers hoped to plant this week on their land near Chelsea. The farm, now in its seventh year, provides organically grown produce to its members, who purchase shares in the farm. Its farmers have been working outdoors since the beginning of March. At right, 2-year-old Laura Chalmer steadies herself as she follows her mother, Karen, to do chores on the farm. Farmer Annie Elder says new members are welcome and interested people can call 994-9136.
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Vogue Beauty Salon Operators, October 1961

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Month
October
Year
1961
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Back row--left to right--Carol Harkins, Pauline Woods (owner), Roma Rogers. Front row--Dorothy Murvin, Paula Wadaga. Absent from picture is Lucia Gagalis, our Electrologist.
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Students Dance On The Last Day Of The Benton Schoolhouse - West Saline, June 1955

Students Dance On The Last Day Of The Benton Schoolhouse - West Saline, June 1955 image
Month
June
Year
1955
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LAST DAY AT 117-YEAR-OLD BENTON SCHOOL: A program of music and dancing yesterday afternoon marked the last day of the last year for the Benton School, on US-112 west of Saline, which is to be abandoned. Though parents and grandparents may have experienced their nostalgic moments of sadness the youngsters had a high, old time, as the picture above shows.
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Mani Ying Ling Eustis walks through the Community Farm of Ann Arbor, August 1995

Mani Ying Ling Eustis walks through the Community Farm of Ann Arbor, August 1995 image
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August
Year
1995
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Wearing a straw hat she found in the barn, 3-year-old Mani Ying Ling Eustis takes a solitary stroll Wednesday down the driveway of the Community Farm of Ann Arbor. The Community Farm, which is on Fletcher Road near Chelsea, provides organically grown vegetables both to local grocery stores and member households.
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University High School Students Begin Their Summer Vacation, June 1957

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Month
June
Year
1957
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SUMMER VACATION BEGINS: University High School students yesterday cleaned out their lockers, turned in locks and took home books. Summer vacation has begun for them. This group is shown outside the school yesterday afternoon in final chats with some of their classmates until the start of the fall term in September.
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A Silo Is Moved On The Horace Whitney Farm, June 1958

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June
Year
1958
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SILO TAKES A TRIP: A 12 by 30-foot wooden silo on the Horace Whitney farm, 5525 Jennings Rd., Monday was moved 50 yards to a new site adjoining a big concrete unit to achieve more efficient handling of its silage. Shown above is the silo reaching the end of its journey and about to be settled on its new site.
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Mack School Students Begin Summer Vacation, June 1964

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Month
June
Year
1964
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SCHOOL'S OUT! There were plenty of happy children as the district's 8,677 elementary pupils, 2,897 junior high students and 2,518 high school students started their summer vacations at noon today. These children at Mack School, like those at all other public schools, will not need to return until Sept. 8.
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Students At Slauson Celebrate The Last Day Of School, June 1997

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June
Year
1997
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Eighth-graders Ashley Harrison, left, and Jenny Richtmyer celebrate the last day of school Thursday at Slauson Middle School in Ann Arbor. Many local school districts ended the year Thursday, leading to the annual rite of jubilation.
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New addition to the Chemistry Building progresses, 930 N. University Ave., January 1948

New addition to the Chemistry Building progresses, 930 N. University Ave., January 1948 image
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January
Year
1948
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READY IN LATE SPRING: Due to the complicated mechanical installations, the addition to the Chemistry Building, located on N. University Ave. and attached to the east side of the present building, will not wholly be completed until late spring. The picture above, taken from the diagonal of the main campus, shows the old building to the left, and the new addition to the right. The structure, built at an estimated cost of more than $,426,000 will house both the Chemistry Department and the School of Pharmacy. The addition is built of reinforced concrete with brick facing and is four stories high with a basement. A lecture hall and some classrooms in the building are completed and in use, but full occupancy is not scheduled for several months.
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Construction progresses on Observatory Street dormitory for women, January 1948

Construction progresses on Observatory Street dormitory for women, January 1948 image
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January
Year
1948
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MODERN DORM FOR WOMEN: The new six-story dormitory on Observatory St. changes entirely the skyline view at the end of E. Huron St. Built to house 525 coeds, the structure has simple functional lines, and will have a flat roof. More or less the stepchild of the contractors, the dormitory is the least advanced of all the new campus buildings. Forty per cent complete now, the structure may be ready for occupancy by next fall, depending on the availability of labor, materials and furnishings. Estimated costs of construction has been set at approximately $2,300,000 but the building is financed on a self-liquidating basis.
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State Street General Service Building, 500 S. State Street, January 1948

State Street General Service Building, 500 S. State Street, January 1948 image
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January
Year
1948
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STATE ST. GENERAL SERVICE BUILDING: This imposing structure of orange brick is approximately 60 per cent completed and when finished next fall, will be used for the offices of business, administrative and public service departments of the University. The building is directly opposite Angell Hall on the west side of State t. where E. Jefferson St. formerly intersected State St. Windows are designed so as to give the semblance of a continuous panel. Cost is estimated at more than $2,127,000.
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New addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory at Hill St. and E. University Ave., January 1948

New addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory at Hill St. and E. University Ave., January 1948 image
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January
Year
1948
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HOME SWEET HOME: Approximately 677 men students call this building home. Pictured above is the addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory building at Hill St. and E. University Ave. which is virtually complete except for landscaping. It has two dining rooms and each of the sections, or "houses" into which it is divided, has a suite for the house director. The four houses are named in memory of four University professors. Construction costs are approximately $1,800,000.
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Art fair booth of Phil Austin and Boris Duchenko at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971

Art fair booth of Phil Austin and Boris Duchenko at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971 image
Month
July
Year
1971
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The Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, one of the nation's leading art fairs, opened officially this morning on E. University and S. University. Thousands of people are expected to crowd streets during the four-day fair. One of the early spectators (on left) watches as artists Phil Austin and Boris Duchenko hang pictures in their booth on S. University. A calendar of fair-related events appears on Page 23. (Ann Arbor News Photo By Chief Photographer Eck Stanger)
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Ethelyn Morton and Catherine Mancell of the Senior Citizens Guild staff their booth at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971

Ethelyn Morton and Catherine Mancell of the Senior Citizens Guild staff their booth at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971 image
Month
July
Year
1971
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Senior Citizens' Guild Members Ethelyn Morton (Left) And Catherine Mancell (Seated) Staff Guild's S. University Booth
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Booth of Jane Hawkins at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971

Booth of Jane Hawkins at the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, July 1971 image
Month
July
Year
1971
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Weaving In Booth Of Jane Hawkins (Seated) Attracts Viewers
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Chris Lane with daughter Robin, June 1984

Chris Lane with daughter Robin, June 1984 image
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June
Year
1984
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Chris Lane, daughter Robin relax in a hammock: Being a good father is 'a big priority for me, something I probably learned from my mother and father.'
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