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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
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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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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
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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

Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948 image
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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
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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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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
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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
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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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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
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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
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1949
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Wayne Cadago Cooks Caribbean Cuisine, November 1978

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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1978
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To many in Ann Arbor Wayne Cadago is 'Mr. Soccer,' but since coming here from Barbados he has also become expert in preparing the multi-faceted cuisine of the Islands
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November
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1978
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Willie Martin Makes Donuts, June 1963

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Ann Arbor News, June 26, 1963
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Willie Martin steams over boiling grease
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June
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1963
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Burns Park Second Grader Jordi Mata-Fink Samples Baking Supplies, September 1990

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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1990
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Anne Elder, a member of the Wildflour Bakery collective, demonstrates a baking technique for students at Burns Park Elementary School in Ann Arbor. As part of the bakery's Rolling In Dough program Elder teaches students that bread doesn't just 'come from the store.' At left, Lauren Mills practices kneading dough while Jordi Mata-Fink, below, tastes raisins before adding them to his own recipe.
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September
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1990
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Anne Elder Teaches Second Graders How To Make Bread, September 1990

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Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1990
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Anne Elder, a member of the Wildflour Bakery collective, demonstrates a baking technique for students at Burns Park Elementary School in Ann Arbor. As part of the bakery's Rolling In Dough program Elder teaches students that bread doesn't just 'come from the store.' At left, Lauren Mills practices kneading dough while Jordi Mata-Fink, below, tastes raisins before adding them to his own recipe.
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22
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September
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1990
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Priscilla Osler Feeding 'Puddle' The Lamb, June 1937

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Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1937
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IT'S HIS DESSERT NOW: Two weeks ago "Puddle," this five-weeks old pet of Priscilla Osler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Osler of Glazier Rd., was a "bottle baby." Now he has to eat that nasty old grass along with the rest of his family, but he still enjoys tipping the bottle occasionally, especially when the bottle is held by his mistress. The News photographer caught this picture during the one moment when Puddle's tail was not revolving like a windmill.
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June
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1937
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Jinan El-Khatib Runs Bakery Sponsored by WISE, January 1992

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Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1992
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Jinan El-Khatib in her bakery located at 1721 Plymouth Road in the North Campus Plaza. Exotic Bakeries has been at the location for a year.
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January
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1992
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Owner of Northern LIGHTS Restaurant Marcia Andersen Displays Danish Sandwiches, February 1998

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Ann Arbor News, February 19, 1998
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Keith Gilboy and Marcia Andersen show off some of Northern LIGHTS' beautiful creations.
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14
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February
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1998
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Belgian Horses On The Blaisdell Farm - Bridgewater Township, April 1937

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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1937
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PRESENTING RACHEL AND HER FAMILY: Rachel, beautiful matron of a growing herd of Belgian horses on the Blaisdell farm in Bridgewater township, is shown above with part of her family and their caretakers. The horses, reading left to right, are: Rachel, Ritchie, King and Ruby. The three men, reading left to right, are Lewis Blaisdell, the owner, Arthur Lowrey, cousin of the owner, and Elmer, father of Lewis. Since graduation from Clinton High school in 1931 Lewis has raised a herd of nearly a dozen pedigreed Belgians from the pair which was his graduating gift.
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19
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April
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1937
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George Thomas Sells Baked Goods at the Farmers' Market, December 1970

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Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1970
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He Likes What He Does: George Thomas is one of those lucky individuals who really likes what he's doings, or so the 84-year-old baker who comes regularly to the Farmers' Market says. Thomas, who sells such things as white and raisin bread, apple and peach turnovers and sweet potato pies, turned professional baker four years ago after working many years for the railroads, in a cola mine and driving a truck. He prefers baking, he said, because "when you like to do something it isn't. a burden to work. This is something I like to do." As his own boss, he also doesn't have to "watch the clock."
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December
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1970
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Adelaide & Lester Scott - All-City Badminton Mixed Doubles Champions, April 1938

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Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1938
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MARRIED COUPLE ANNEX TITLE: Mrs. Adelaide "Freckles" Scott and Lester "Foozy" Scott shown above paired together to win the mixed doubles title in the All-City Badminton tournament Saturday night. Her husband gives Mrs. Scott credit for winning the final match.
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April
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1938
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Whitmore Lake Water Level At High Stage, April 1938

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Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1938
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WHITMORE LAKE WATER AT HIGH STAGE: "Highest in a number of years" is the way a Whitmore Lake resident yesterday described the water level at this resort town 10 miles north of Ann Arbor. This view, looking east, was taken on the south side of the lake along Shore Rd. and shows one of the cottages that is almost surrounded by water. There is no need for the diversion tunnel from Horseshoe Creek this year. Two years ago the tunnel outlet on the shore of Whitmore Lake was above the ground; now the water is over the top of the tunnel.
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April
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1938
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Mike Bandrofchak Washes Windows At The Ann Arbor News Building, April 1938

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Ann Arbor News, April 7, 1938
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LOOKING DOWN ON THE WORLD: Mike Bandrofchak, 540 Detroit St., spends a lot of his time looking down on the rest of the world - or at least, on a small part of it. Perhaps you would like a job as a window washer. Steady nerves are required, along with a disregard for altitudes.
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April
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1938
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Rose Martin Teaches Children How To Cook Soul Food, February 1975

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Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1975
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ROSE MARTIN, standing, is a mover and shaker when it comes to Operation Education, a project she founded to provide children living in low-income housing with opportunities to take educational trips to historical and cultural landmarks. One way that funds are raised for the trips are soul food dinners, for which she, the children and their parents do the cooking. Assisting her, from left, are Joey Bond, Annie Blair and Lynda Burrows.
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February
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1975
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Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938

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Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1938
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A PAIR OF CHAMPIONS: Leon Dosey, son of Al Dosey, 405 Wesley St., poses with a pair of champion beagle hounds. Tiny Trinket, right, and Hi-Top Boots. Hi-Top Boots won the Wolverine Derby and the Kingsbury trophy at Hastings, Mich., last year and Tiny Trinket repeated in the same events this season. Tiny will seek another championship, the Northern Association Stakes, at Hastings today. Both Tiny and Hi-Top Boots are in the 13-inch-class.
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April
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1938
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Phyllis Marie Miller Rides Nellie The Cow Near Gregory, April 1938

Phyllis Marie Miller Rides Nellie The Cow Near Gregory, April 1938 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 27, 1938
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WHEN NELLIE GIVES MILK HER DAY HAS JUST BEGUN because nine-year-old Phyllis Marie Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller, Route 1, Gregory, thinks Nellie should exercise periodically. Nellie has other ideas, but it doesn't do her any good because Phyllis climbs on one of those stumps you see in the left background and slides on her back. The steering is done with the stick Phyllis is holding in her right hand in this picture.
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April
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1938
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Jubilee Day at Metropolitan Memorial Baptist Church, January 1996

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Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1996
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Lois Richardson rises in celebration during the eighth annual Jubilee Day ceremony Monday at Metropolitan Memorial Baptist Church in Ypsilanti. The day commemorates the signing of the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863.
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1
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January
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1996
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Fingerle Lumber Employees Unload A New Shipment, May 1936

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Ann Arbor News, May 2, 1936
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LUMBER FOR 15 NEW HOUSES ARRIVES: Employes of the Fingerle Lumber company are shown above unloading eight carloads of new lumber for Ann Arbor home construction. According to railroad men, this is the largest individual shipment of lumber into the city since war days of 1918. Enough material arrived in these eight cars to furnish all the lumber necessary for the construction of 15 new houses. Most of it, according to Earle C. Fingerle, has already been sold.
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May
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1936
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Recently Elected Washtenaw County Farm Bureau Directors, March 1936

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Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1936
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FARM BUREAU OFFICERS ELECTED: Recently elected directors of the Washtenaw County Farm Bureau, shown above, met in the county building yesterday afternoon to choose new officers for the year. Reading left to right they are Roland Stein, George R. Haab, Del Begole elected vice president, Robert F. Garrod, new president, Frank F. Geiger, new secretary and treasurer, Gordon S. Gill and Aaron G. Feldkamp. New directors, Ray T. Gibbs and Frank Kleinschmidt do not appear in this picture. Membership of the Farm Bureau in Washtenaw county now totals 180 farmers.
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15
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March
Year
1936
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Flammable Dolls Collected by Ann Arbor Fire Department, January 1967

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Ann Arbor News, January 4, 1967
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Flammable Dolls Collected: Ann Arbor Fire Department Inspector Benjamin J. Zahn (left) holds on of 26 rag dolls which have been condemned by fire officials throughout the nation as hazardous and highly inflammable. The dolls, all made in Poland and distributed in the United States, have nitrocellulose faces which burst into flame when exposed to heat. The 26 dolls before Zahn and Ann Arbor Fire Marshal John R. Williams have been turned into local authorities since announcement of the hazard they present was made. They will be destroyed, Fire Chief Arthur L. Stauch says.
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January
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1967
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William & Elvie Love - Married 50 Years, November 1940

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Ann Arbor News, November 11, 1940
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MARRIED 50 YEARS: Mr. and Mrs. William Love will hold open house Tuesday night at their home at 6435 Manchester Rd., west of Saline, in observance of their golden wedding anniversary.
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November
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1940
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'Sand Dunes' By Carl Hoerman Of Saugatuck, May 1940

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Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1940
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A FAVORITE IN THE MICHIGAN ARTISTS' SHOW: "Sand Dunes" by Carl Hoerman of Saugatuck is one of the paintings in a large collection of work by contemporary Michigan artists to be seen in the galleries of the Rackham building daily until June 8. The painting is quite generally admired for its decorative value as well as for its interpretation of the Michigan scene. The show is sponsored by the art history group of the Faculty Women's Club.
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May
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1940
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