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James Calhoon Inspects His Prize-Winning Bird House, May 1938

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Ann Arbor News, May 5, 1938
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PRIZE-WINNING HOME IS TAKEN FOR THE SEASON: James F. Calhoon, eight-year-old son of Prof. and Mrs. F. N. Calhoon of Liberty Rd. is inspecting the progress of the first occupants of his bird house in a moment of their absence. The house won for him second place in his age group in a state-wide contest. More than 2,500 houses were entered in the contest, and the shelters were placed on exhibition at the Michigan Flower show in Detroit this spring. James competed with boys up to 10 years of age. A pair of bluebirds has taken up residence in the house which has been placed high in a blossoming apple tree at the Calhoon home.
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1938
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Bar-B-Que King's Queens Renee Pickens On Third Base, July 1981

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Ann Arbor News, July 16, 1981
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The Queens' Renee Pickens slips past M.D.S.I. third-sacker Cindi Bailiff as Bailiff awaits a throw that never came.
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16
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July
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1981
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Bar-B-Que King's Queens Catch Pop Fly During Women's Slow Pitch, July 1981

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Ann Arbor News, July 16, 1981
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CATCH BY COMMITTEE: Judy Shepard and Dorothy Slay of Bar-B-Que King's Queens go after a pop fly which Shepard finally snares on the infield in play at Forsythe in Wednesday Red Division, Women's Municipal Slow Pitch league. It was just practice for the Queens, who forfeited the game 7-0 to M.D.S.I. The loss dropped the Bar-B-Que King's Queens a game back out of a tie for first with Resources Unlimited, a 15-0 winner over T. J. Scanners. The Queens stand at 6-2, M.D.S.I. at 2-6 on the season.
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16
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July
Year
1981
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Kim Rodgers Discusses Affirmative Action, October 1977

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Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1977
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Kim Rodgers, U-M senior
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October
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1977
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NAACP Youth Council Members Describe Racial Discrimination at Ann Arbor High, February 1967

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Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1967
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NAACP Youths Speak Out: Youth Page Editor David Bishop (far right) interviews members of the Youth Council of the local unit of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. The council members are (left to right) Ophelia Brown, Jean Dixon, Shawn Martin, Cheryl Smith and her sister, Shelia. The youths are students at Ann Arbor High.
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February
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1967
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Members of Student Panel Discussing Race Relations at Ann Arbor High, February 1967

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Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1967
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Student Leaders Offer Views On Discrimination: A panel of Ann Arbor High School students selected by Student Council President Pat Shipstead (far right), discuss charges of racial discrimination with this week's inquiring reporter. The students are (left to right) Diane Quicksey, John Payne, Rod Colts, Jane Wellman, Tim Thieme, Bob Ufer, Art Mack and Shipstead. The interview was held in a conference room at Ann Arbor High just off Principal Nicholas Schreiber's office. The panel discussed charges made by members of the NAACP Youth Council.
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February
Year
1967
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Students Discuss Charges of Racial Discrimination at Ann Arbor High, February 1967

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Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1967
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Student Leaders Offer Views On Discrimination: A panel of Ann Arbor High School students selected by Student Council President Pat Shipstead (far right), discuss charges of racial discrimination with this week's inquiring reporter. The students are (left to right) Diane Quicksey, John Payne, Rod Colts, Jane Wellman, Tim Thieme, Bob Ufer, Art Mack and Shipstead. The interview was held in a conference room at Ann Arbor High just off Principal Nicholas Schreiber's office. The panel discussed charges made by members of the NAACP Youth Council.
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February
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1967
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Boy Scouts Prepare for a Party at the Dunbar Center, February 1948

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Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1948
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Dunbar Scouts Plan 'Housewarming' Party: Plans for a "housewarming" party tonight at Dunbar Civic Center are being discussed here by members of Boy Scout Troop 75, for whom the party is being given. The scouts (left to right) are Fred Adams, Don Calvert, Marvin Baker, Paul Bacon, Curtis Starks, Coleman Jewett, Robert Henson, John Adams, Duane Calvert, Horace Williams, Hathaway Gulley and James Guster. Scoutmaster Vernon Adams is explaining things. At the party, which will begin at 7 o'clock, the troop will be presented with a flag by the Graf-O'Hara post of Veterans of Foreign Wars.
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February
Year
1948
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Grace Dixon Brings East Coast Recipes to Ann Arbor, June 1967

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1967
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Preparing A 'Sub': Tiny Sherri Baker keeps eyes on the cameraman as her aunt, Mrs. James Dixon, slices tomatoes as part of the fixings for a submarine sandwich. Paula Dixon (right), the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dixon, lends an eager hand, too. Little Miss Baker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Baker. Submarines are Mrs. Dixon's specialty.
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June
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1967
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Jesse Hill and Letty Wickliffe Study Housing Map, August 1972

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Ann Arbor News, August 20, 1972
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Jesse Hill and Letty Wickliffe Review City Needs At CCE Office
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August
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1972
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Sir Oliver Shewell Franks Gives The Commencement Address In Michigan Stadium - June 17, 1950

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Ann Arbor News, June 19, 1950
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BRITISH AMBASSADOR SPEAKS: Sir Oliver Shewell Franks, American ambassador from Great Britain, told more than 4,000 University of Michigan candidates for degrees and about 20,000 other listeners that "it will take the pioneering spirit of our forefathers to achieve a lasting peace." He received an honorary doctor of laws degree.
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June
Year
1950
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The first University of Michigan commencement ceremony held in Michigan Stadium

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Aron Black Swinging at the Project Grow Harvest Festival, September 1992

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Ann Arbor News, September 21, 1992
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Aron Black, 8, swings on the hay jump at Project Grow's Fall Harvest Festival Sunday at the Leslie Science Center in Ann Arbor. The annual festival also included gardening workshops, crafts and displays.
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20
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September
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1992
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Laurie White at Project Grow's Turnup Garden, May 1996

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Ann Arbor News, May 25, 1996
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Laurie White uses olfactory powers to distinguish plants in the Turnup Green garden on North Maple Road.
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19
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May
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1996
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Project Grow's Harvest Festival, September 1994

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Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1994
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Jenny Gordon, 6, enjoys the hay swing at the Project Grow Harvest Festival Sunday at the Leslie Science Center in Ann Arbor. The day's free activities include workshops, demonstrations, music and storytelling by LaRon Williams. Project Grow is a community gardening program that provides garden plots for people who don't have a spot for one of their own.
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11
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September
Year
1994
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Cindy Donahey and Andrew Richards Repair Windmill, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1984
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ENERGY AT WORK -- The windmill of Project Grow is pumping water again. Broken sine last year, the windmill on Maple Road near M-14 was repaired recently by Cindy Donahey, left, director of the program, and volunteer Andrew Richards. Another volunteer repairman, Robert Eckstein, is not pictured. Schlenke Hardware custom-made a replacement part for the mill, which pumps water storage tanks for gardeners. Project Grow offers gardens to the public at 13 sites in the Ann Arbor-Ypsilanti area. Plots are still available. For information, call 996-3169 between 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
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June
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1984
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Pat Levenick and Chris Graham Work at Project Grow Garden, April 1982

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1982
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Pat Levenick, left, and Chris Graham, both second-year Project Growers, help stake out plots at the Airport Site.
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15
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April
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1982
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Lea and Christopher Marzonie working in a Peace Neighborhood Project Grow Garden, August 1984

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Ann Arbor News, August 10, 1984
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Christopher Marzonie, "almost 2," is a real cabbage patch kid. He's helping his mother, Lea, harvest wax beans in their garden plot near the Peace Neighborhood Center on North Maple Road. The plots are part of the Project Grow community garden project.
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8
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August
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1984
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Billy Waldrop Holds Harvest at Turnup Green Garden, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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Bill Waldrop, 5, arms full of the bountiful harvest
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September
Year
1978
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Jeff Waldrop and his dad Jerry at Turnup Green Garden, September 1978

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Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1978
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Jeff Waldrop, 11, and dad Jerry taking in crop at Turnup Green
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September
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1978
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Three Generations of Gardeners Work on a Project Grow Garden, June 1982

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
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Three generations of gardeners: Betty Lyon (grandmother, left), daughter Nancy Kirton (right), and granddaughter Beth Kirton (center)
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16
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June
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1982
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Anna Cullen Works in a Project Grow Garden, June 1982

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
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DELIGHT -- The smile on Anna Cullen's face as she weeds her carrot bed shows that she's thinking ahead to the harvest, and the fruits of her labors.
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16
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June
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1982
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James and Jewell Penn at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
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LOOKING AHEAD -- James and Jewell Penn, above, tie up a 'teepee' support for their climbing bean vines to grow on
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16
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June
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1982
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Bob Gould at Project Grow Community Garden, June 1982

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1982
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Bob Gold [sic] (right) keeps his corn plants happy by weeding and mulching them. Tending garden is a never-ending job, but it's worth it, every moment.
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16
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June
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1982
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Lucy Seligman Teaches a Cooking Class for Community Recreation and Education Department, October 1994

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Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1994
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Cooking teacher Lucy Seligman, right, offers tips to student Mayumi Yabuuchi who prepares a Cajun dish called 'dirty rice.'
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19
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October
Year
1994
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Jack Hinman and Bob Gould at Project Grow Site, April 1976

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Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1976
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Jack Hinman, left, chief of the administration branch of the Environmental Protection Agency and Bob Gould, Project Grow director, look over the 45-plot site the EPA has donated for gardening on Plymouth Road.
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April
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1976
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Preparing Plots for Gardening in Peace Neighborhood Project Grow Garden, April 1977

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Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1977
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Project Grow city-farmers took to the fields Saturday to start preparing the plots for planting. Ruth Krzyzowski gets an assist from Tanya Pohrt at the North Maple Rd. site. Others did rototilling and cleanup tasks.
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April
Year
1977
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The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital Entrance, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1973
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The Old U-M Maternity Hospital Had One Stairway, One Elevator, A Metal Chute Fire Escape
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January
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1946
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The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital Entrance, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, January 24, 1946
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This is the only entrance to Maternity Hospital at the University of Michigan
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January
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1946
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Nurses Navigate The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital Stairway, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, January 25, 1946
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Only one stairway in the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital causes "traffic problems" for doctors, nurses and students.
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January
Year
1946
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The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital Elevator, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1946
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One elevator is used for all purposes in the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital. In the above picture, one of the nurses stands at the door of a labor room and the other at the entrance of a delivery room.
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January
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1946
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A New Mother Relaxes With A Magazine At The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1946
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Above is a sample of the rooming accommodations for patients at University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital.
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January
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1946
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The University Of Michigan Maternity Hospital Bathroom, January 1946

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Ann Arbor News, January 29, 1946
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The only bathtub in the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital is shown above.
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January
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1946
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Dr. Norman Miller Leads Gov. Kim Sigler Down The Maternity Hospital's Only Stairway, March 1948

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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DESCENDS NARROW STAIRWAY: Gov. Sigler, inspecting the University's Maternity Hospital, follows Dr. Norman F. Miller down the building's only stairway, where "single file" is necessary.
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March
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1948
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Gov. Kim Sigler In The Formula Room Of The University's Maternity Hospital With Dr. Norman Miller, March 1948

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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FORMULA ROOM STERILIZER: On his inspection tour of the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday, Gov. Sigler was shown formula room sterilizer for bottles, by Dr. Norman F. Miller.
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March
Year
1948
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Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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CROWDED CONDITIONS: Gov. Sigler was "amazed" at the crowded conditions he encountered in Maternity Hospital during an inspection tour yesterday. In the above picture Dr. Norman F. Miller shows his distinguished guest a water sterilizer.
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March
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1948
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Gov. Kim Sigler Meets The Ryder Family On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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Mark Ryder had the unusual experience of being greeted by a state governor when he was ushered into the world. Because Michigan's Gov. Kim Sigler was inspecting University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday when the eight-pound lad arrived, Mark will be called "Kim" for "short." Mark with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Ryder of Detroit, and Mr. Sigler are shown in the above picture.
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March
Year
1948
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Boots The Terrier Digs Up Dandelions, May 1938

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Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1938
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HELPS AROUND THE HOUSE: Boots, three year old terrier belonging to Mrs. Eli Gallup of Awixa Rd. is the self-appointed dandelion digger of the family. She doesn't bother just with the flower, but pushes her nose to the root and yanks out the whole plant with a shake of the head.
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1938
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Holland Furnace Co. Plane & Executives, September 1938

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1938
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The Holland Furnace Co. of Holland, Michigan, is inaugurating a new flying service between their home office and local branch for the use of executives. Shown above with plane, reading from left to right are: C. Smith, aviator; E. A. Gogolin, division manager; E. P. Burgh, branch manager of the Ann Arbor territory; Lloyd Coster and L. M. Sherman, oil burning and air conditioning sales engineers.
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September
Year
1938
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Ypsilanti Girl Scouts Receive Honorary Piece Of Birthday Cake At Willow Run Airport, March 1949

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Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1949
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY: Twelve-year-old Lena Lou Sturgill, a Girl Scout of Troop Seven at the Rackham School of Special Education in Ypsilanti, receives a piece of the Girl Scout national birthday cake from United Air Lines stewardess, Florence McCabe. The piece of cake, flown from Los Angeles yesterday, was presented to the troop in honor of its help during the past year to hunger-stricken children of Europe. Lena, who suffered an attack of infantile paralysis several years ago and her fellow troop members, all physically handicapped, were taken on a tour of the Mainliner by Capt. W. L. Fagen, nearest the door, and First Officer Price Downey.
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March
Year
1949
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Charles Cottle Studies With Coffee And A Pipe, April 1958

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Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1958
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THE STUDIER: College students, such as Charles Cottle at the University, are known as big coffee drinkers. It's used often when the time for late studying or examinations arises. And many a college man and coed will drink it on a "coffee date" - an informal, relatively inexpensive and convenient way to socialize with the opposite sex.
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April
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1958
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Jack Fillinger Delivers Coffee To Bob Scheibinger At The Ann Arbor Press, April 1958

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Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1958
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THE TAKEOUT: A daily routine at many shops is the buying of coffee in quantities and the bringing of it back to workmen on the job. Here Jack Fillinger is checking to make sure that he's giving Bob Scheibinger, a compositor at Ann Arbor Press, the right order.
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April
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1958
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Lawrence Tibbals Pours Coffee In The Virginian Restaurant, July 1956

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Ann Arbor News, July 13, 1956
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CATERED TO PRESIDENTS: Lawrence Tibbals, shown here in the kitchen of the Virginian Restaurant, which he owns, was once in charge of meals served during airplane flights to Presidents Truman and Eisenhower. Tibbals has owned the Virginian since April, 1954.
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July
Year
1956
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Gertrude & Elwood Dennison - Married 50 Years, March 1949

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Ann Arbor News, March 9, 1949
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Friends and relatives will honor Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Dennison of Milan Saturday night at their 50th wedding anniversary celebration. The party will be held in the Milan Knights of Pythias Hall.
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March
Year
1949
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