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Melvin Hartman With Cows For National Dairy Show, September 1936

Melvin Hartman With Cows For National Dairy Show, September 1936 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1936
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WILL GO TO NATIONAL DAIRY SHOW: Three generations of high-producing cows, owned by Melvin Hartman, Pittsfield township farm boy, have been selected by the Michigan State College to represent Michigan dairy interests at the National Dairy Show, held next month in connection with the Dallas centennial anniversary next.
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28
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September
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1936
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Steeplejack Climbs Zion Lutheran Church Steeple, August 1936

Steeplejack Climbs Zion Lutheran Church Steeple, August 1936 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1936
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STEEPLEJACK AT WORK - John Dinan, Flint steeplejack, is pictured at work on the steeple of Zion Lutheran church which he is repairing. He also placed a new lightning rod on the steeple.
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August
Year
1936
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Robert Mast with Prize Sheep, October 1936

Robert Mast with Prize Sheep, October 1936 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1936
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WIN THREE BLUE RIBBONS: Above is shown Robert Mast, Webster township, and his three Blacktop sheep with which he won three blue ribbons at the Michigan State Fair. Robert is a son of supervisor Carl Mast, and a student in Dexter high school.
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October
Year
1936
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Robert Mast & Sisters With Champion Sheep, September 1937

Robert Mast & Sisters With Champion Sheep, September 1937 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1937
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SHOWING SOME CHAMPIONS: Robert Mast, 16-year-old son of Supervisor and Mrs. Carl Mast of Webster township, had some able assistance in displaying his champion yearling ewe and lamb ewe to The News photographer. The ewes, both grand champions at the Michigan State fair this year, are held by Robert, left, a member of the Scio Junior Farmers 4-H club, and his sister, Kathryn. Lending moral support is little Joan Mast, right, another sister.
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September
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1937
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Robert Mast Receives 4-H Medal from Harold Osler, November 1938

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Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1938
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WINS LIVESTOCK CLUB AWARD: Robert Mast, (left), son of Supervisor and Mrs. Carl Mast, of Webster township, is shown receiving the Thomas E. Wilson medal for outstanding 4-H general livestock work in Washtenaw county this year from H. S. Osler, county agricultural agent. The presentation took place Monday at the Mast home, and Robert's twin sisters, Jean and Joan, were interested spectators. That's Jean at the left; no, that's Joan. Well, one of them is Jean.
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November
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1938
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Urban Landscape Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977

Urban Landscape Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1977
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COMMUNITY LANDMARK — Two murals defining the purpose of Community High School hang on its rear wall. The murals, designed by former student Curt Shoultz, depict the school's outreach to the urban community (above) and to nature. The 6 foot by 8 foot murals, clearly visible from Fifth Avenue, are intended as a community landmark, according to Dean Connie Craft.
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July
Year
1977
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Mural on Exterior of Building at Community High School, July 1977

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Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1977
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COMMUNITY LANDMARK — Two murals defining the purpose of Community High School hang on its rear wall. The murals, designed by former student Curt Shoultz, depict the school's outreach to the urban community (above) and to nature. The 6 foot by 8 foot murals, clearly visible from Fifth Avenue, are intended as a community landmark, according to Dean Connie Craft.
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July
Year
1977
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Elaine Donnelle, Washtenaw County Red Cross Instructor, Loads A Van With CPR Mannequins, February 1980

Elaine Donnelle, Washtenaw County Red Cross Instructor, Loads A Van With CPR Mannequins, February 1980 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1980
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STAFF ARRIVES - More than 200 mannequins have arrived in Ann Arbor from across southern Michigan for use during CPR training planned here Friday and Saturday. These five helpful "demonstrators" are getting snuggled into the back seat of a van by Elaine Donnelle, Washtenaw County Red Cross instructor. The CPR lifesaving techniques will be free Friday at Washtenaw Community College between 9 a.m. and 7 p.m., and Saturday at Pioneer High School. The sessions are being sponsored by the Red Cross and the Ann Arbor News.
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February
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1980
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Community High Graduation, June 1977

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Ann Arbor News, June 14, 1977
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GRADUATION — Community High school faculty members follow juggler Matt Mender who leads the way to commencement exercises Monday. The alternative high school granted diplomas to 100 students in ceremonies at the Bethlehem United Church of Christ. Community High students usually graduate without the caps, gowns and pomp of the traditional high schools.
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June
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1977
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Cake Train At Community High School, May 1977

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Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1977
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TAKES THE CAKE — This cake train baked by Community High School students has a "car" for each member of the school faculty and staff. The engine went to the dean, the car decorated with a telephone went to a secretary and cake with symbols for art and music were given to the appropriate teachers. The cakes were baked at home by four students and presented to surprised staffers at a meeting Wednesday. Left to right are Liz Gray, assistant dean, cake bakers Margaret Reeves, Eleanor Loomis, Kate Remley, Sally Craft and Community Dean Connie Craft.
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May
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1977
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Newly Married Rafaelita Hilario & Dr. Jesus L. Soriano Leave St. Mary's Chapel - September 25, 1943

Newly Married Rafaelita Hilario & Dr. Jesus L. Soriano Leave St. Mary's Chapel - September 25, 1943 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1943
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The bride and bridegroom leaving St. Mary's Catholic Student chapel where they were married this morning are Rafaelita Hilario of Church St. and Dr. Jesus L. Soriano of Battle Creek, both formerly of the Philippine Islands, their native country. From left to right, above, are the bride and Dr. Soriano, Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, who gave the bride in marriage, and Dr. Leopoldo Toralballa who was best man.
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September
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1943
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GM Employee Danny Mann Discusses Future of Willow Run Plant, October 1992

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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1992
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Danny Mann, a worker at the General Motors Corp. Willow Run assembly plant, relaxes after his shift at the Orange Lantern Tavern.
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26
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October
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1992
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Owner Dick Eberts Serves Customers at Ypsilanti's Orange Lantern Bar, August 1996

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Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1996
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Dick Eberts, standing with bar regulars, is the owner of the Orange Lantern Bar, one of Ypsilanti's best-known spots.
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27
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August
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1996
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Exterior of Ypsilanti's Orange Lantern Bar on East Michigan Avenue, October 1999

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Ann Arbor News, February 4, 2000
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The Orange Lantern bar, on the corner of Old Rawsonville Road and US-12, will close today. It was opened in 1933, and at one time was the only bar along the highway between Detroit and Chicago.
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25
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October
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1999
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Bud Fahndrich and Two Regulars Chat at Ypsilanti's Orange Lantern Bar, October 1999

Bud Fahndrich and Two Regulars Chat at Ypsilanti's Orange Lantern Bar, October 1999 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1999
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LANTERN BURNS ON: From left, Russ 'Cat' Harris, Bud Fahndrich, co-owner, and Charlie Buck talk around the bar at the Orange Lantern on East Michigan Avenue, Ypsilanti. Harris has been a regular at the neighborhood bar since the 1950s and Buck since the 1960s.
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25
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October
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1999
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Newspaper Staff at Community High Interview Robert Galardi, May 1988

Newspaper Staff at Community High Interview Robert Galardi, May 1988 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1988
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DEAN-TO-BE: Robert Galardi, who will take over as dean of Community High School on July 1, talks to members of the school newspaper staff. Topics discussed ranged from the school's budget and constitution to Galardi's views on drugs and racism. 'I want Community High to be the best school in the city,' said Galardi, who has been president of the Ann Arbor Education Association for the last four years. The interview is scheduled to run in the school newspaper, The Communicator, on Friday.
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27
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May
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1988
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Soccer Players Post Signs Designed By Art Students at Community High, March 1987

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Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1987
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These Dog Days of Spring: When citizens complained that dogs were decorating Ann Arbor parks with leftovers, city staff discussed the problem and decided to try to 'educate' pet owners. But when dogs over-ran the Community High School soccer field, the school called out its team and went on the offensive. Art students prepared international signs, conveying the message without words. Soccer players (from left) Geoff Wilson, Heidi Buchele and Shael Polakow-Suransky display the signs.
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March
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1987
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Ann Arbor School Officials & LWV Members Chat At A League Of Women Voters Meeting, April 1963

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1963
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SCHOOL OFFICIALS: League members and local school officials review their work experiences on "Know Your Town" at the booklet's formal debut tea yesterday afternoon at the YM-YWCA. Shown are (left to right) Jack Elzay, superintendent of the Ann Arbor Public Schools; Mrs. Franklin Moore, president of the league; Albert Coudron, vice-president of the Ann Arbor Board of Education; Scott Westerman, social studies co-ordinator for the public schools, and Mrs. Dorwin Cartwright, the booklet's illustrator.
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April
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1963
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League Of Women Voters 'Know Your Town' Steering Committee, April 1963

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1963
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STEERING COMMITTEE: League members serving on the Steering Committee for "Know Your Town" are (left to right) Mrs. Brymer Williams, Mrs. Angus Campbell, Mrs. Peter Olmsted and Mrs. H. R. Crane. Mrs. Robert Caddell, secretary of the organization's board of directors, is shown pouring for the group. Absent from the picture is the committee's chairman, Mrs. Frederick K. Sparrow, presently on a Hawaiian trip, and Mrs. Ivan Duff.
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April
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1963
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League Of Women Voters Editorial Committee For The 'Know Your Town' Booklet, April 1963

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1963
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EDITORIAL COMMITTEE: The editorial committee for the 114-page booklet includes (left to right) Mrs. Robin Barlow, Mrs. John King, Mrs. Leonard Hoag. Committee member not pictured is Mrs. Sparrow.
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April
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1963
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Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949

Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1949
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Children of the church school of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church will help celebrate the 128th anniversary of the independence of Greece tomorrow by presenting a play depicting Greek patriotism at 8 o'clock in the evening at the school room in the church. Here the participants in the play are shown attired in Greek costumes that will be used in the production.
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March
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1949
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Billy Vogel & Paul Pope Sledding Near Elder Blvd, January 1940

Billy Vogel & Paul Pope Sledding Near Elder Blvd, January 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 3, 1940
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LIKE A ROLLERCOASTER: The terraced lawns of Elder Blvd., afford a thrilling, fast ride for the youngsters of the neighborhood. Here are shown Billy Vogel and Paul Pope of Lutz Ave., getting the most out of the last day of vacation.
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January
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1940
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Eldridge & Zonnechris Askew In The Bethel A.M.E. Nursery School Parade, August 1949

Eldridge & Zonnechris Askew In The Bethel A.M.E. Nursery School Parade, August 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 19, 1949
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RIDE IN PARADE: Eldridge Askew, 3, and his little brother, Zonnechris, 22 months old, rode in a paper-decorated wagon yesterday in the parade that climaxed summer activities at the Bethel A.M.E. nursery school. A plan to continue to the nursery school through the winter is now being discussed.
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August
Year
1949
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Students Enjoy Food at Community High's Multi-Ethnic Feast, November 1983

Students Enjoy Food at Community High's Multi-Ethnic Feast, November 1983 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 25, 1983
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SCHOOL FEAST: Ann Arbor Community High School students Annice Siders, left, Signe Pereira and Todd Temple load their plates during the school's 10th annual Multi-Ethnic Feast on Wednesday. The program also featured performances by the Community jazz band and a troupe of belly dancers, and a poetry reading by senior Megan Eagle.
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November
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1983
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Candidate for Superintendent of Schools Visits Community High, October 1983

Candidate for Superintendent of Schools Visits Community High, October 1983 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1983
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Marvin Edwards, one of five finalists in the running to be the next Ann Arbor Superintendent of Schools, checks out Community High School's computer lab during a visit to the district Thursday.
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6
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October
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1983
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Ronald Pinkston Casts Ballot at Community High School, February 1980

Ronald Pinkston Casts Ballot at Community High School, February 1980 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1980
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LIGHT TURNOUTS: Ronald Pinkston (left) is one of the few voters who took time out to cast their ballots in Ann Arbor's City Council primaries this morning. When the polls close at 8 p.m., voter turnouts are expected to have reached five to 12 percent. Election workers at Community High School are, from left, Agnes Anderson, Helen Wallace and Laura Urbanski. Only Second and Fifth Wards had a primary contest.
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February
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1980
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Marchella Patillo at Community High School's Student-Parent Center, June 1977

Marchella Patillo at Community High School's Student-Parent Center, June 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 17, 1977
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Marchella Patillo is 18, a high school graduate, a prospective college student--and a mother. Below, her daughter Latasha, left, plays with Yolanda Jones at Community High School's Student-Parent Center. 'It's hard, really hard,' says Marchella.
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June
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1977
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Community High School Enrollment Line, March 1993

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Ann Arbor News, March 5, 1993
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Huddled under an umbrella and blanket, Emerson Middle School student Ben Arwin was the 100th person in line outside Community High School Thursday, even though he arrived at 9:30 a.m. Sign-up started at 7 a.m. today. Waiting in blowing snow were, from left, parents Lucy Hershey, Toni Reese, Arwin, Carol Edsall and Judi Silverman.
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March
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1993
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Community High Student Nuvi Mehta Takes a Violin Lesson From His Father, July 1980

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Ann Arbor News, July 22, 1980
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Father and son duo Nuvi Mehta are enthusiastic
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22
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July
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1980
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Community High Graduate Joelene Piatt and Puppet With Diplomas, June 1974

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Ann Arbor News, June 11, 1975
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Graduate Still A Dummy: Ventriloquist Joelene Piatt, left, and her dummy, Rusty Nails, talk to Dr. Wiley Brownlee about diplomas they received at Community High's commencement exercises Monday night. Miss Piatt was among 83 seniors to graduate from Community. Brownlee and Supt. Harry Howard presented the diplomas at the ceremony held at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church.
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June
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1974
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Tappan Junior High Students Conduct Nutrition Study With Rats, February 1961

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Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1961
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REDUCING RODENTS: Mrs. Doris Taylor's home economics class at Tappan Junior High School is conducting a nutrition study through the use of rats and cafeteria food. Three kinds of food are being served the rats - a soft drink and potato chips, school lunch food with milk and school lunch food with water. The soft drink and chips-fed rats are growing weak and are expected to die. Looking at the rodents for signs of ill health are (left to right) Margo Stipe, Marilyn Martin and Sally Hogg.
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February
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1961
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Sebastian Kresge, Donor Of U-M Research Institute, Honored At The Michigan Union, October 1949

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Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1949
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Announcement of a $3,000,000 gift by the Kresge Foundation of Detroit to the University, for erection of a Medical Research Institute, was made last night at a dinner meeting of University officials, foundation trustees, and press representatives at the Michigan Union, honoring the donor, Sebastian S. Kresge. Left to right, above, are Amos F. Gregory, secretary of the foundation; Paul W. Voorhies, foundation president; Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the University Medical School; Mr. Kresge, creator of the foundation; University President Alexander G. Ruthven; and H. C. Baldwin, foundation vice-president.
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October
Year
1949
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Willow Run Plant Leased to Kaiser-Frazer Corp, looking east, February 1946

Willow Run Plant Leased to Kaiser-Frazer Corp, looking east, February 1946 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1946
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WILLOW RUN FROM THE AIR: The sprawling giant of American war plants, Willow Run now seems by comparison a quiet, empty place, as more than 1,000 workers prepare her for her peacetime role of automobile production. In this, one of the first aerial shots of the plant to be printed, Willow Run's hugeness is made graphic. In the background is the airfield where completed B-24s took off on their first step to battle. The picture was taken at an altitude of 800 feets, with the camera pointing east.
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February
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1946
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Mack School "PTA" Meeting at 1408 Beechwood Dr., February 1949

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Ann Arbor News, February 21, 1949
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Mack School Fathers "Double" At Bridge Bridge, as "played" by women is the theme of one of the hilarious skits which will be presented by men of the Mack School PTA at the group's benefit card party Wednesday night at the school. While H. L. DeGroff of Hillcrest Dr. (left) ponders a raise to seven spades, Arthur S. Hall of Beechwood Dr. peeks through a lorgnette at the hand of Dr. Walter Swartz of Sunset Rd. and R. E. Sevebeck of Virginia Ave. (right) smiles smugly at the five spades, king high, in his hand.
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February
Year
1949
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Sharon Wysocki with Artwork at Hollander's, November 2000

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 2000
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Sharon Wysocki of Ann Arbor with her artwork 'Cherub Mutterings' for sale at Hollander's.
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6
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November
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2000
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Patti Monroe-Mohrenweiser with Artwork at Hollander's, November 2000

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 2000
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Patti Monroe-Mohrenweiser of Brighton with her artwork 'Seasons' at Hollander's in Kerrytown. The shadow box is antiqued and gold leaf frames the collage.
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November
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2000
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Massey-Harris Tractor Pulls Three-Plow Unit on Warren Murdoch Farm, April 1949

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Ann Arbor News, April 13, 1949
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POWER FOR GANG PLOWING: Newcomer in the field of mechanization for Washtenaw county farms is this huge Massey-Harris tractor, shown pulling a three-plow unit on the Warren Murdoch farm at 7724 Walsh Rd., four miles north of Dexter. This machine is one of the largest, if not the largest, tractors to be introduced in the county, according to Ralph S. Jenkins, Dexter dealer. On the "Nebraska Test" it registers 47.04 h.p. on the belt, maximum, and 41.36, maximum, on the draw bar.
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1949
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Jenkins Equipment Company Debuts Sherwin-Williams Tractor With Weed-Spraying Attachment, January 1949

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Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1949
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LOADED FOR A KILLING--WEEDS, THAT IS: With two 500-gallon drums of a special chemical-and-water solution and a special spraying attachment the tractor shown above is all ready to kill off noxious weeds in 20 acres of crop land. Edgar P. "Dutch" Widmyer of Dexter is at the wheel and Ralph Jenkins, also of Dexter and local distributor of this Sherwin-Williams tractor-attachment, is standing at his side. The weed-killing attachment delivers a spray 18 feet wide. One day's production can be 100 acres.
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January
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1949
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Empty Coca-Cola Bottles Are Unpacked By A Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

Empty Coca-Cola Bottles Are Unpacked By A Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1956
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FIRST STEP: The first step at the Kleis Beverage Co. at 331 S. Ashley St. consists of removing the empty bottles from the cases. This is done by machine. The bottles will be washed next.
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January
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1956
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Coca-Cola Bottles Head Into A Washing Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

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Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1956
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INTO THE WASH: Coca-Cola bottles are washed in this large machine. The process takes about 25 minutes. Here, the bottles are moving down a conveyor belt into the machine.
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January
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1956
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Coca-Cola Bottles Are Filled By A Machine At The Kleis Beverage Co., January 1956

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Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1956
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MAJOR OPERATION: Here, at the Kleis Beverage Co., empty bottles are filled with Coca-Cola and carbonated water. Both operations are done automatically.
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January
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1956
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Staebler & Son Manufactured Home Construction, 1020 Maple Rd., September 1956

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Ann Arbor News, September 15, 1956
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Number 100,066: This model home, trucked to a lot at 1020 Maple Rd., is the 100,066th unit manufactured by the National Homes Corp. It is being constructed here by Staebler & Son. It will be opened to the public during its roughed-in state and again when completed. This home will feature a dining room apart from the living room.
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September
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1956
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