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C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955

C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1955
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WELL-TRAINED CHILDREN: This is what greeted the children of C. William Moss of 2304 Pittsfield Blvd., Pittsfield Village, when they awoke yesterday morning. Moss, stooping behind the homemade "locomotive," fashioned it from an oil drum and various other odds and ends. The cab's instrument panel features surplus airplane dials, one of which operates a headlight on the front of the "engine."
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December
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1955
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Addition to Pittsfield Grange Hall, August 1954

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Ann Arbor News, August 11, 1954
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FACE-LIFT AND FOOT-LIFT FOR PITTSFIELD GRANGE HALL: A $5,800 remodeling job to modernize the building and replace the dance floor, sadly worn out by 21 years of light and heavy fantastic tripping is now under way at the Pittsfield Grange Hall on the Saline-Ann Arbor Rd. Included in the work is an enlarged kitchen, complete toilet facilities and a badly needed storeroom. The job is scheduled to be finished for the September dances.
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11
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August
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1954
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Marion Bader and Margaret Cameron With New Art Print Collection, March 1969

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1969
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Preview Of Prints Mrs. Arno L. Bader (left), chairman of the book committee of the Ladies' Library Association, and Mrs. George G. Cameron, the Associate secretary, are surrounded by the print collection which the Ann Arbor Public Library will begin circulating on April 7, The Ladies Library Association gave the "seed money" for the 53 prints. They will be on display this week at the library before they begin circulating.
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30
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March
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1969
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Betty & John Wrathell - Married 50 Years, June 1956

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Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1956
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CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY: Mr. and Mrs. John Wrathell celebrated their golden wedding anniversary yesterday. Their anniversary is tomorrow.
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June
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1956
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Bethel Toy Club Hosts Christmas Party at the Ann Arbor Community Center, December 1969

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Ann Arbor News, December 22, 1969
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Christmas Party Called Best: The annual Christmas party for needy youngsters held yesterday by the Bethel Toy Group at the Ann Arbor Community Center was the best yet, officials of the organization agreed. Left to right is Santa Claus, played by Dr. Frizell Vaughn; Mrs. Nancy Anthony, who founded the Toy Group; Police-Community Relations Lt. Kenneth B. Klinge; Mrs. James Anderson, president of the group; and Mrs. Lee Jones, appearing as Mrs. Santa Claus.
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December
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1969
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Women of Bethel Toy Club Sew Dolls, October 1968

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Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1968
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Sewing Christmas Toys: Sewing toys is just one task of the Bethel Toy Club, which provides Christmas gifts for needy children of this county. Mrs. James Parker (center), president of the group, Mrs. Boots Anthony (right), the club's founder, and Mrs. Leslie R. Bassett, a club member, sit behind stuffed dolls, products of their hours spent sewing.
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October
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1968
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State Senator Lana Pollack Runs for House of Representatives, November 1988

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 1988
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A Pursell ad says he helped industry; Pollack vows to clean up rivers.
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1988
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TV Advertisement for Congressman Incumbent Carl Pursell, November 1988

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Ann Arbor News, November 6, 1988
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A Pursell ad says he helped industry; Pollack vows to clean up rivers.
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November
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1988
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Voices of Bethel Choir Prepares for Fall Concert, November 1988

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Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1988
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CONCERT PLANNED - The Voices of Bethel choir at Bethel A.M.E. Church will present its 10th annual fall concert Nov. 19 at 6 p.m. This year's concert is dedicated to choir member Glenn Hallums, who is in the hospital. The Voices of Bethel, directed by Francetta Ampey, will feature spiritual, Gospel and contemporary songs. Rev. John A. Woods is pastor. The church is located at 900 Plum St. in Ann Arbor. The concert is free and the public is invited.
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2
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November
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1988
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Toy Fair at the Jewish Community Center, November 1988

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Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1988
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BABES IN TOYLAND: 2-year-old Kiera Wiatrak peruses the Hanukkah table trying to decide which is the most appropriate toy for her needs. Kiera and dozens of other youngsters were on hand for the Toy Fair at the Jewish Community Center in Ann Arbor Wednesday. Exhibitors and sales people from various stores offered their holiday wares which included Hanukkah decorations. Benefits from the toy sale help support the Jewish Community Center.
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2
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November
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1988
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David Dale Plays Outside at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
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Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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Brian Peck Rides in Wagon at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
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Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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Conrad Moore Rides in Wagon at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
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Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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Walter Greene and Tia Hunter Ride in Wagon at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

Walter Greene and Tia Hunter Ride in Wagon at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
Caption
Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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Walter Greene Pulls Wagon at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
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Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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David Dale Tastes Snow at Bethel AME Church Day Care, February 1974

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Ann Arbor News, February 24, 1974
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Their Care's At Stake: Days are busy and varied at local day care centers. When we visited Bethel AME Church Day Care Center for picture taking sessions this past week, director Gwendolyn Dixon was taking the children in batches of three to the dentist. In the morning the remaining children were inside--painting, playing records, tumbling about in the playhouse. Later in the afternoon, they bundled up for a romp in the cool sunshine. A wagon was the focus of attention for Brian Peck, top left, Conrad Moore, top right, and for Walter Greene and Tia Hunter, bottom left. At center left, Walter, hair flying, just took off on the run. And David Dale, above and at right, found the snow suitable both for munching and lying in. But the existence of Bethel AME Day Care Center and several others is now threatened by anticipated cuts in city funding.
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February
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1974
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Children Prepare for Bethel AME Church's Spring Fashion Show, March 1966

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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1966
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Dressed for Spring: Dressed in outfits they will model in the Bethel AME Church's spring fashion show at 4 p.m. Sunday are Stephan Roose (from left), son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Roose of Hill Street; Paula Dixon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Dixon of North Fourth Avenue, and Keith Murphy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Murphy of Gott Street.
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March
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1966
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Newly Constructed Warehouse For F. H. Conley Co. Beer Distributing Firm, September 1939

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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1939
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Located at 2320 Dexter Rd., this large warehouse is the headquarters for F. H. Conley Co., beer distributing firm. The building has just been completed.
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September
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1939
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Students behind the Undergraduate Library wait in long registration line at the University of Michigan, August 1967

Students behind the Undergraduate Library wait in long registration line at the University of Michigan, August 1967 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1967
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Registration Line Long At U-M: Students who got there early approach Waterman Gymnasium (above) as fall registration opened this morning at the University. Late arrivals followed in a line that stretched almost to S. University. U-M spokesmen had no explanation for the longer than usual line, except that enrollment on the Ann Arbor Campus is expected to be up from about 29,000 last fall to more than 30,000 this year. The Chemistry Building is at right in the picture above. In the picture immediately below, the line os students at the right rear crosses the registration line and is on its way to pick up material at the School of Natural Resources before entering the longer line headed for the gymnasium. Students in the bottom picture [this photo] are in back of the Undergraduate Library near the end of the line.
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August
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1967
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Long Registration Lines at the University of Michigan, August 1967

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Ann Arbor News, August 28, 1967
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Registration Line Long At U-M: Students who got there early approach Waterman Gymnasium (above) as fall registration opened this morning at the University. Late arrivals followed in a line that stretched almost to S. University. U-M spokesmen had no explanation for the longer than usual line, except that enrollment on the Ann Arbor Campus is expected to be up from about 29,000 last fall to more than 30,000 this year. The Chemistry Building is at right in the picture above. In the picture immediately below [this photo], the line of students at the right rear crosses the registration line and is on its way to pick up material at the School of Natural Resources before entering the longer line headed for the gymnasium. Students in the bottom picture are in back of the Undergraduate Library near the end of the line.
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August
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1967
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Rev. Robert Blake Leads St. James AME Church in Brighton, November 1997

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Ann Arbor News, November 23, 1997
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The Rev. Robert Blake in front of the St. James African Methodist Episcopal Church in Brighton. The church has been a presence in the area for almost 50 years.
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6
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November
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1997
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Lee Hansen - Ann Arbor School District Acting Superintendent, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, July 16, 1984
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Ann Arbor educator Lee Hansen discusses the excitement of a new job and the challenges still faced by the Ann Arbor School District.
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June
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1984
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Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergarten Class Enjoys A Piñata at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergarten Class Enjoys A Piñata at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1957
Caption
SWING AND A MISS: Miss Geneva Satterthwaite's kindergarten class at Burns Park School had a rare treat yesterday when a classmate, Ronald Scott, 5, brought a Mexican pinata to school. Here, one of the youngsters, blindfolded, takes a swing at the pinata, a paper-decorated container filled with candy, as Ronald's sister, Carol Anne Scott, 10, (far left) jerks it up out of the way by means of a rope. Hitting the pinata is a Mexican Yule custom.
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June
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1957
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Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergartners Scramble for Piñata Candy at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957

Miss Satterthwaite's Kindergartners Scramble for Piñata Candy at Burns Park Elementary School, June 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 7, 1957
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DIRECT HIT! This was the general scene after a kindergartner broke open the swaying pinata and scattered candy over the ground. The Scott youngsters' parents, Prof. and Mrs. Raymond Scott, brought the pinata back with them after he spent a year teaching at the University of Mexico.
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June
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1957
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Dean Douthat, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1984
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Ann Arbor resident Dean Douthat has followed the Olympics as an interested observer for many years. He is an independent consultant in high technology and is owner of Zahntron company.
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June
Year
1984
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Ann Arbor Police Department Awards Ceremony, June 1984

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June
Year
1984
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L-R Major Robert Whitaker, Major Raymond Woodruff, Executive Major Walter Hawkins, Chief William Corbett, and Mayor Lou Belcher.

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Lorri Anderson - Warner Lambert Softball Team, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1984
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Lorri has been a welcome addition to Warner Lambert this season. She just moved to Ann Arbor this year and has promptly compiled some impressive statistics.
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June
Year
1984
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Mellencamp's Mens & Boys Wear - 122 W. Michigan Ave, Ypsilanti, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 21, 1984
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CLOSING - Ypsilanti government and business leaders were expressing regret today over the imminent closing of Mellencamp's Men's and Boy's Wear, Ypsilanti's longest continuously operating downtown store. The store, founded in 1868, has been recognized by the Michigan Historical Society as a centennial business. In a press release, City Manager Matt Hennessee said the store will be "sorely missed." Mellencamp's owner, Al Walton, refused to comment on the closing, saying that "nothing definite" has been decided.
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June
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1984
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Mellencamp's Mens & Boys Wear - Michigan Centennial Business Certificate, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 21, 1984
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CLOSING - Ypsilanti government and business leaders were expressing regret today over the imminent closing of Mellencamp's Men's and Boy's Wear, Ypsilanti's longest continuously operating downtown store. The store, founded in 1868, has been recognized by the Michigan Historical Society as a centennial business. In a press release, City Manager Matt Hennessee said the store will be "sorely missed." Mellencamp's owner, Al Walton, refused to comment on the closing, saying that "nothing definite" has been decided.
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June
Year
1984
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Muslims Hold Their First Prayer Service In Ann Arbor's New Mosque, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1984
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Young moslems from this area took part in Saturday's prayer service at the new mosque in Ann Arbor
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June
Year
1984
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Interior of a flexible style apartment in completed Lurie Terrace, October 1964

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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1964
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Heirlooms Grace Apartments The apartment of Mrs. Katherine W. Guigon is furnished with several pieces of antique furniture and other heirlooms she brought with her from her home in Milwaukee, Wis. Her apartment is the "flexible" type with the bedroom area separated from the living room by a folding door. Other apartment types are one bedroom with separate bedrooms and living rooms and the "bachelor" type of one room. All have their own kitchen facilities.
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October
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1964
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Kitchen Area, Lurie Terrace apartment, October 1964

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October
Year
1964
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Kitchen space in Lurie Terrace, October 1964

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Lurie Terrace Completed, October 1964

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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1964
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Lurie Terrace Completed: News photographer Duane Scheel used a 135-mm telephoto lens to "capture" from atop the Ann Arbor Trust Co. building this view of Lurie Terrace, a 142-unit apartment building for persons 62 and older. The $1.7 million, eight-floor pentagonal structure will be dedicated at 4 p.m. Friday. U.S. housing and welfare officials from Washington, D.C., will help dedicate the facility. It is financed under a Housing and Home Finance Agency 50-year loan. So far, 120 units have been leased and 70 of those have been occupied. Other applicants are being screened.
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October
Year
1964
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Resurfacing Plymouth Road, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 28, 1984
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HAVE PATIENCE - Drivers on Plymouth Road between US-23 and Nixon Road won't be riding rough much longer, although they will have to put up with construction for a while during resurfacing. Some lanes have already been resurfaced and are open to traffic.
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June
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1984
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Women's Softball - Muirs Antique Restoration vs Perfect Jazz, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, June 27, 1984
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DaVee Askew of Perfect Jazz slides safely into second as Susan Hunter of Muir's Antique Restoration takes the throw. Muir's won, 7-4, in women's slow pitch action Tuesday at Vets Park.
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June
Year
1984
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Royal Hanneford Circus Performer Rides An Elephant At The Brighton Mall, June 1984

Royal Hanneford Circus Performer Rides An Elephant At The Brighton Mall, June 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1984
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ELEPHANT MAN - Fourth of July festivities got under way Friday with a performance of the Royal Hanneford Circus at the Brighton Mall. Another performance is scheduled today.
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June
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1984
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Belinda Taylor - Newly-Crowned Miss Milan, June 1984

Belinda Taylor - Newly-Crowned Miss Milan, June 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1984
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FAIREST - Belinda Taylor, 16, the new Miss Milan, 1984, adjusts her crown following her coronation at the Milan Fair Thursday night. She is the daughter of Dan and Linda Rohr of Dexter Street, Milan. The fair continues through Saturday at Sanford Road Park.
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June
Year
1984
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Eugene & Sadye Power At The Opening Reception For The Ann Arbor Summer Festival, June 1984

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Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1984
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A DREAM REALIZED - Saturday night could not have been happier for Eugene B. Power, left, and his wife Sadie. The Ann Arbor Summer Festival, Power's dream and preoccupation of the last six years, became a reality. The Powers are seen here at the benefit reception that preceded the opening concert at the Power Center.
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June
Year
1984
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Meeting of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board, September 1969

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Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1969
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Their Object: Help For The County's Retarded. Some 50 concerned citizens and parents of retarded adults jammed the meeting room last night of the Washtenaw Community Mental Health Board. They listened while spokesmen asked the board for funds to avert the closing this week of the county's only program for retarded adults. The spokesmen included Dean Douthat (standing), president of the Washtenaw Association for Retarded Children; WARC executive director Norman Quackenboss (center) and Charles H. Ramsey (hand on chin), representative of the State Mental Health Department.
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September
Year
1969
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FiFi The Cat Watches Television, March 1956

FiFi The Cat Watches Television, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 28, 1956
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SHE LIKES 'WHAT'S MY (FE)LINE?' Mrs. Royal Pendell's black cat, FiFi, is a staunch television watcher, sitting or lying endlessly on the davenport staring at the set. It was unreliably reported that one of her favorite shows is "The Mickey Mouse Club."
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March
Year
1956
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Stolen Paul Bunyan Statue Outside Pioneer High School, December 1981

Stolen Paul Bunyan Statue Outside Pioneer High School, December 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1981
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GIANT MOVES: A 25-foot statue of the mythical lumberjack Paul Bunyan stands guard in front of Pioneer High School, an apparent last-day-before-vacation prank by unknown suspects. The fiberglass statue is one of the twin landmarks of the Paul Bunyan restaurant on Jackson Road in Scio Township taken down last week as part of remodeling. Restaurant owner Tom Urquhart today managed to chuckle at the incident. He said it was stolen between 12:30 and 6 a.m. by six people ("There were six different footprints"). Now he doesn't know what to do with it. It will cost him more to bring it back than what Urquhart thinks he can get from its sale. So, Paul Bunyan will have to face demolition or stay at Pioneer until someone buys him. So far, there are no buyers for the statues.
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December
Year
1981
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New Shoulder Patch for Junior Deputy League Uniforms, December 1963

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Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
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NEW PATCH: This is the shoulder patch which members of the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce last night presented to Junior Deputy members. The local Jaycee group sponsors the Ann Arbor chapter of the Deputies.
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December
Year
1963
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Robert C. Britton Awards Badge to Junior Deputy Inspector Captain Bud Sigler, December 1963

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Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1963
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BADGE PRESENTATION: Robert C. Britton, director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Washtenaw Junior Deputy League, second from right, presents a gold badge to Bud Sigler who last night was promoted to inspector captain. Participating in the presentation are, left to right, Sheriff's Deputy Ronald Parker, Sigler, Robert Roos, assistant director of the chapter, Britton, and Larry Roos who is now staff sergeant.
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December
Year
1963
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Larry Dishman Accepts National Award On Behalf of Junior Deputies, November 1963

Larry Dishman Accepts National Award On Behalf of Junior Deputies, November 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1963
Caption
THE BEST DRESSED: Sheriff George A. Peterson (right) congratulates Junior Deputy Lt. Larry Dishman (left) of 729 Brookside Dr., on the national award the local chapter of the Junior Deputy League recently won from the National Sheriffs' Association in Portland, Ore. The award was presented for the most attractive uniform and for the group's activity program. Deputy Robert C. Britton (center) is director of the chapter, while Richard Simon (second from right) represents the local Junior Chamber of Commerce which sponsors the chapter for teenage boys.
Month
July
Year
1963
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Director Robert C. Britton Receives Gift From Junior Deputies, November 1961

Director Robert C. Britton Receives Gift From Junior Deputies, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1961
Caption
SURPRISE GIFT: Sheriff's Deputy Robert C. Britton (left) accepts a box containing a gift certificate from Junior Deputy Inspector James Hoffmeyer. Britton has been director of the Ann Arbor chapter of the Junior Deputies since it was formed in 1956.
Month
November
Year
1961
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Vietnam Veterans at the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor, January 1969

Vietnam Veterans at the VA Hospital in Ann Arbor, January 1969 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 13, 1969
Caption
Experiences In Vietnam Recalled While waiting for bones and wounds to heal these Vietnam veterans can pass time by discussing their memories and experiences in South Vietnam. They say they would go back. They are, from left, Hobart Kirsch, Richard L. Rhoads, Douglas H. Sparks, William Roggow and Alan Valleau.
Month
January
Year
1969
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Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989

Pioneer High School student Lance Johnson does a back flip on the Diag, October 1989 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1989
Caption
NEW VIEW: -- It was a typically idyllic autumn day: Late-afternoon sun slanting through the trees, crisp fallen leaves underfoot, students loafing on the lawn and a high school student upside down in midair. The student, Lance Johnson of Pioneer High, was on the U-M campus with some friends who asked him to do a few flips, so he obliged, proving once agin the U-M campus scene is its own entertainment.
Month
October
Year
1989
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Football Team Dresses Up, Tappan Junior High, November 1972

Football Team Dresses Up, Tappan Junior High, November 1972 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1973
Caption
Clothes may not make the man but Tappan Junior High School football players stand out in the school corridors on football game days. Team members, ninth graders, dress in suit coats and ties while their classmates stick with casual dress. Football players are Jeff Koh, front row left, Mike Mueller; Robert Matthews, second row left, Paul Weber and Ben Slote. Dressed more casually are Robert Kesslering, Jamie Kenney, Ginny Waldrop, Eddie Tucker, David Diegel and Jennifer Coon. When asked why the school's ball clubs maintain the tradition of dressing up for games, Don Horning, physical education teacher, says the players are able to set an example for others, take pride in themselves and stand out from the rest of the group. (News Photo by Cecil Lockard).
Month
October
Year
1973
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Jose Ferrer as "Charley's Aunt" in Ann Arbor Drama Season production, June 1942

Jose Ferrer as "Charley's Aunt" in Ann Arbor Drama Season production, June 1942 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 4, 1942
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Meet "Charley's Aunt," in the person of Jose Ferrer, who is to be seen in the farce which will be playing at the Lydia Mendelssohn through Saturday.
Month
June
Year
1942
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