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U-M Terrace to be demolished, May 1965

U-M Terrace to be demolished, May 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1965
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1947 Building Coming Down: Cambridge Hall (foreground), a University Terrace Apartment building, and a portion of the apartment building next to it will be town down next month in connection with the rerouting of E. Hospital Dr. and the straightening of Terrace Dr. The buildings are scheduled to be vacated by occupants by June 15. The road work is in preparation for construction of a new 1,045-car parking structure costing $1,900,000 and other facilities at the U-M Medical Center. Terrace buildings were put up in 1947 for married students and faculty members.
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May
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1965
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U-M Apartment Construction on North Campus, January 1969

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Ann Arbor News, January 11, 1969
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U-M Apartments Going Up on North Campus: Pictured is a portion of about 400 townhouse-type apartment units the University is constructing on its North Campus between the present Northwood Apartments and the Park, Davis and Co. Laboratory on Plymouth Rd. Designed for married students and younger faculty members, the units will contain 40 one-bedroom, 205 two-bedroom, and 155 three-bedroom apartments, according to John G. McKevitt, assistant to the U-M vice president for business and finance. Total cost of the project has been set at $6,400,000. Most of the units are scheduled for completion by fall.
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January
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1968
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Bernard Ho, Pastor Of Chinese Christian Fellowship Church, December 1995

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Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1995
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Bernard Ho, pastor of the recently relocated Chinese Christian Fellowship Church.
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December
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1995
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Joan Hamilton, first female student to solo, May 1940

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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 1940
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FIRST GIRL STUDENT TO SOLO: Joan B. Hamilton, 20, junior student in the Literary college from Yonkers, Ny Y., is the first of her sex to fly alone after instruction at the Ann Arbor airport under the U.S. Civil Aeronautical Authority. Miss Hamilton was a member of the University Glider club last semester and took up airplane work this term. She also solos in another field: with Bill Gail's dance orchestra. After getting her A. B. degree, she plans to study law.
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May
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1940
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Human Relations Commission Members Sworn In, July 1957

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Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1957
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New Commission Meets: Members of the new City Human Relations Commission are shown into office last night by City Clerk Fred J. Looker. In front (left to right) are Mrs. Arthur J. Carr, Mrs. Gerald Davenport, Councilman Richard Dennard and the Rev. Henry Lewis. In back (left to right) are George E. Wedemeyer, Richard J. Mann, State Rep. George W. Sallade and Dr. Albert H. Wheeler. Members James A. Lewis and Dr. Herman Jacobs could not be present last night.
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July
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1957
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Korean Church of Ann Arbor Founder Seong Han and Rev. Jung Bong Lee, February 1980

Korean Church of Ann Arbor Founder Seong Han and Rev. Jung Bong Lee, February 1980 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 17, 1980
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In the picture at the Korean Church, founder Seong Han is on the left, pictured with Rev. Jung Bong Lee
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February
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1980
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Cathy Rosey is the University's First Woman Bus Driver, September 1970

Cathy Rosey is the University's First Woman Bus Driver, September 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 20, 1970
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U-M's Distaff Driver: Mrs. Craig Rosey, the University's first woman bus driver, notes that because of the job she has "built up some very strong arm muscles." She took the part-time bus-driving work because of the low wages paid women in other fields. When Mrs. Rosey isn't piloting the 35-foot, five-geared monster around campus, she is taking classes at the U-M's nursing school.
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September
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1970
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Palmer Family with Daughter Leila Adopted from Vietnam, April 1974

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Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1974
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The Palmers With Adopted Daughter, Leila
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April
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1974
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Tuthill Family Adopts Orphan Peggy Ann from Korea, April 1961

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Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1961
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Adopt Korean Orphan: Peggy Ann, a three-year-old Korean orphan, sits on the lap of her new mother, Mrs. Lloyd Tuthill, in the living room of the Tuthill farm at 10337 Tuthill Rd., Green Oak township, Livingstone county. Members of the Tuthill family (left to right), shown here, are Tuthill (standing), Gary, 7, Sally, 10, Richard, 14, Mrs. Tuthill with Peggy Ann, Ruth, 12, and James, 8.
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April
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1961
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Wanda T. Quigg Leads Lesson in Nursing Techniques at Jones School Center, December 1949

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Ann Arbor News, December 19, 1949
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HOME NURSING TAUGHT AT JONES SCHOOL CENTER: Mrs.Wanda R. Quigg (left) of 2351 Parkwood Ave., Pittsfield Village, nursing arts instructor at the Ann Arbor Practical Nurse Training Center, is shown above conducting a class in the care of the adult ill. Others shown practicing the lesson besides Mrs. Quigg are, left to right, Mrs. Hilda S. Tiala of 1685 Miller Rd., Miss Margaret S. Phillips of South Lyon, and Miss Caroline M. Pool of Willis. A new class in practical nursing care will be started at the center, located at Jones School, in February.
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December
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1949
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Yvonne N. McIntyre Learns Infant Nursing Techniques at Jones School Center, December 1949

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Ann Arbor News, December 19, 1949
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HOME NURSING TAUGHT AT JONES SCHOOL CENTER: The care of sick infants is one type of training conducted at the Ann Arbor Practical Nurse Training Center at Jones School. Shown above treating a "baby" are (left to right) Mrs. Margaret A. Donahue of 316 Hiscock St., Mrs. Mary Jacobs of 3184 Saline Rd., Miss Edna Mae Doyle, the training center director, of 2331 Fernwood Ave., Pittsfield Village, and Miss Yvonne N. McIntyre, of 4501 Walpole Ct., Willow Village. A new course for which up to 30 persons may register is scheduled to start in February.
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December
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1949
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Yabui Family Arrives from Hawaii to Celebrate Phyllis' Graduation, June 1970

Yabui Family Arrives from Hawaii to Celebrate Phyllis' Graduation, June 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1970
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Warm Welcome for Hawaiians: It was a warm welcome that the family of Phyllis Yabui, a graduating senior at Eastern Michigan University, received yesterday when they flew into Detroit from Maui, Hawaii, to be on hand for Saturday's commencement ceremonies. President Harold E. Sponberg was at the airport along with Phyllis, and about 15 girls from Goddard Hall. The girls presented Phyllis' father and grandfather with leis they had made from Michigan flowers. In exchange, Phyllis presented her roommate Ruth Schleicher (right) and Suzanne Campbell, advisor of Goddard, with a fresh pineapple straight from Hawaii. From left are Eitaro Kishi, Phyllis' grandfather; Shizue Yabui, her mother; Debbie, her sister; Shayne, her brother; and Toshio Yabui, her father. Last Christmas, the Goddard girls collected enough money to send Phyllis to Hawaii for the holidays.
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June
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1970
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Moon Nam Grills Traditional Korean Dish, October 1973

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Ann Arbor News, October 9, 1973
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Moon Nam Prepares Korean Dish on Table Top Grill
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October
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1973
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Raymond Family Prepares Traditional Korean Meal, May 1966

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Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1966
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Traditional Meal Beneath Apple Blossoms: In Korea, it is a tradition to serve a dinner beneath blossoming fruit trees. Following that custom on their backyard picnic table are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond of 611 Sunset with their daughters, Natasha (from left) and Nyra. There is an old Korean saying that a meal for a guest should include something from the sea, from the mountains and from the field. Mrs. Raymond serves short ribs, a fish dish and asparagus.
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May
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1966
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Social Worker Lily Maung at Perry Nursery School, May 1955

Social Worker Lily Maung at Perry Nursery School, May 1955 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1955
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Burmese Social Worker: Miss Lily Maung enjoys working with two of her charges at Perry Nursery School. Miss Maung, a graduate of the University of Rangoon in Burma, is studying for a master's degree in social work at the University here.
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May
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1955
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Walter Mondale Displays A Michigan Shirt At His Campaign Rally On The Diag, October 1984

Walter Mondale Displays A Michigan Shirt At His Campaign Rally On The Diag, October 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1984
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Mondale holds up a gift he received during a rally Tuesday on the U-M Diag.
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October
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1984
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Crowd Gathered On The Diag For Walter Mondale's Campaign Rally, October 1984

Crowd Gathered On The Diag For Walter Mondale's Campaign Rally, October 1984 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1984
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On the crowded U-M Diag some onlookers climbed trees to get a better view of the rally.
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October
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1984
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Corn Shredding On The Aprill Farm, November 1936

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Ann Arbor News, November 11, 1936
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CORN SHREDDING TIME: Above is shown a group on the Manuel Aprill farm, Scio Church Rd., operating a corn shredder. Left to right they are: Mark Sweetland, Oscar Aprill, Manuel Aprill and Edward Aprill.
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November
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1936
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Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956

Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1956
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SPRING SNOWBALLS: Spring arrived officially in Ann Arbor today but it was the stuff of winter that provided pleasure for little going-to-schoolers. Here, Robin Alice Bailey, 6 (left), and her eight-year-old sister, Christine Ann, pack snowballs. They live at 1111 White St. Rising temperatures were predicted for this afternoon under sunny skies.
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March
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1956
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Bus Drivers Mrs. George Bock and Mrs. George Polliey, October 1968

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Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1968
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Women Behind Wheels: Returning from an afternoon bus run for the Ann Arbor Public Schools are Mrs. George Bock (left) and Mrs. George Polliey. The women are two of the 15 female bus drivers employed by the public schools. The schools are presently looking for at least 10 additional bus drivers, and are making a special appeal to the women.
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October
Year
1968
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Kyle Novak Competes in Pole Vault at State Track Meet, June 1994

Kyle Novak Competes in Pole Vault at State Track Meet, June 1994 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1994
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To the right, Huron's Kyle Novak clears 14 feet, 2 inches to eventually place in fourth place in the pole vault at the Class A track meet in Midland.
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June
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1994
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George Young & Jim Standifer With Eva Jessye Tapes In The University Of Michigan Afro-American Music Collection, December 1976

George Young & Jim Standifer With Eva Jessye Tapes In The University Of Michigan Afro-American Music Collection, December 1976 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 19, 1976
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VIDEO FILE - A special interest of Eva Jessye Afro-American Music Collection curator George Young, left, and director, Jim Standifer is a fledging video file. Standifer has interviewed on film top black performers and plans to add more as interviews can be arranged. (Photo by Jack Stubbs)
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December
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1976
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De Kornfeld Family Members Enjoy The April Fool's Snow, April 1965

De Kornfeld Family Members Enjoy The April Fool's Snow, April 1965 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1965
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If no one else appreciated yesterday's freakish heavy snowfall the family of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas De Kornfeld, 2581 Hawthorne, seemed to. It provided perfect workout weather for their pet Samoyed, harnessed husky-style to pull Anne (in front) and Christine on a sled. Looking on are Mrs. De Kornfeld, Tommy (behind the dog) and Jim (right). The Weather Bureau measured the snowfall at 2.2 inches.
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April
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1965
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Bill McAdoo, Also Known As Mr. Music, May 2000

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Ann Arbor News, May 8, 2000
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Ann Arbor resident Bill McAdoo, a retired skilled tradesman at GM, is known as Mr. Music among many African-American church groups and choirs.
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May
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2000
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Meeting With Donley Boyer, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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Sixty-three Ann Arbor High School students spent five days at the State Conservation Camp at Cedar Lake in the Waterloo area this week. They learned something about conservation, the history of the area, cooking out and having a good time. Donley W. Boyer (extreme left), a conservation officer, talks over the experiences of the day with them.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Making Dinner On An Outdoor Fire, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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You wrap your hamburger, potato, carrot and onion in aluminum foil and put it over the coals like this, Charles J. Barclay, camp director and Ann Arbor High School teacher, explains.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Madelyn Paddock Makes Dinner, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 23, 1953
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Madelyn Paddock, Ann Arbor High sophomore, is serving herself a supper cooked over an outdoor fire at Crooked Lake. Madelyn is one of a group of high school students who camped this week at the State Conservation Camp at Cedar Lake. Crooked Lake is about three miles from camp. The program includes conservation study and recreation. Madelyn has hamburger, potato, carrot, and onion. It was all wrapped up in aluminum foil and cooked over coals.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Eating Dinner, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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There's nothing like dinner out. Harriette Schmid (left) hasn't time to answer Eddie Meyer.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Testing Soil, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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Testing soil down under with an auger are (left to right) Oran Fischer, Caroline Hellner, Joan Hansen and Sue Gay.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Carrying Wood, April 1953

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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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Somebody has to do the hard work. Above, it's David Hollenbeck (left) and Leon Gauss bringing in the wood.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Nancy Pease Uses A Forester's Level, April 1953

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp - Nancy Pease Uses A Forester's Level, April 1953 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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With the gadget she's holding - a forester's level - Nancy Pease can tell how tall a tree is.
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April
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1953
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AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp Hike To A Nearby Cemetery With Teacher Charles Barclay, April 1953

AAHS Students At Cedar Lake Camp Hike To A Nearby Cemetery With Teacher Charles Barclay, April 1953 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1953
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Barclay points out the tombstone inscriptions in an old Irish cemetery near camp. It was part of a historical hike.
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April
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1953
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George Stripp & Charles Betz With Frederick C. Matthaei's Helicopter, March 1956

George Stripp & Charles Betz With Frederick C. Matthaei's Helicopter, March 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1956
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BACK DOOR SERVICE: Attorney George E. Stripp of 1210 Hull St. and Charles Betz of 1286 Lester St. (seated in craft), both of Ypsilanti township, landed this new helicopter behind Stripp's house yesterday afternoon. Looking on at left are Stripp and his wife, Virginia, and four of their seven children (from left), Gary, 7 1/2, Sandy, 9, Greg, 5 and Gerald, 6. Betz, the pilot, holds his son, Jimmy, 3. His wife, Shirley, holds Freddy, 1, while the other two Betz children, Johnny, 7, and Charles, jr., look on. Betz and Stripp left Ft. Worth, Tex., last Thursday morning but storms delayed them twice. The helicopter, painted maize and blue, the University of Michigan colors, was purchased by Frederick C. Matthaei, owner of American Metal Products Co. in Detroit, who will use the craft to commute between his home at 4895 Geddes Rd., Ann Arbor township, and his work.
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March
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1956
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Philip & Harriet McCallum At The Home Of Elizabeth & Alan Foust, April 1940

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Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1940
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DINNER GUESTS LEAVING FOR EASTER BALL: Mr. and Mrs. Philip McCallum of 334 E. Jefferson St. (left) among the guests at a small dinner given last night by Dr. and Mrs. Alan S. Foust (right) at their home on Wallingford Rd., and after the dinner, the party attended the Easter ball held in the Michigan Union. Mrs. McCallum, who was Harriet Heath before her marriage last month, wore a delft blue taffeta formal with a red rose in her hair and red slippers. Her hostess is the former Elizabeth Aigler and was married last fall. Her formal gown was of chiffon in a stripe of many colors.
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April
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1940
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Living Room Of The M. J. McCarthy Home - 831 Avon Rd, August 1952

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Ann Arbor News, August 2, 1952
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Above is shown the living room section of the combined living-dining room of the M. J. McCarthy home at 831 Avon Rd. The entire wall surrounding the fireplace is brick. The doorway leads to the back yard. The area behind the davenport is the dining room.
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August
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1952
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Exterior Of The M. J. McCarthy Home - 831 Avon Rd, August 1952

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Ann Arbor News, August 2, 1952
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At the left, is the redwood exterior trimmed with brick. The house is of tri-level design utilizing the hillside for construction purposes. The garage constitutes the first level, the living-dining room and kitchen make up the second level, while the three bedrooms and bath are on the third level, reached by three steps off the entrance hall.
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August
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1952
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George & Anna Nunn - Married 50 Years, September 1951

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Ann Arbor News, September 13, 1951
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Mr. and Mrs. George Nunn of W. Huron St., who will mark their 50th wedding anniversary on Tuesday, will have open house at their home Sunday afternoon.
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September
Year
1951
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