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Community High School students Ted Reynolds, Tim Maharry, and Susan Andrew rehearse Romeo and Juliet, April 1983

Community High School students Ted Reynolds, Tim Maharry, and Susan Andrew rehearse Romeo and Juliet, April 1983 image
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April
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1983
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ROMEO, ROMEO... - Shakespeare's classic tragedy "Romeo and Juliet" will be presented by the Community High School Theatre Company on two consecutive weekends: Thursday, April 28, through Sunday, May 1, and Friday, May 6, through Sunday, May 8. Rehearsing for the performances are, from left, Ted Reynolds as Mercutio, Tim Maharry as Paris and Susan Andrew as Mrs. Capulet. Performances begin at 8 p.m. with Sunday matinees at 2 p.m. in the school's auditorium at 401 N. Division. Tickets can be reserved by calling 994-2021 or 769-2453. A limited number of tickets will be sold at the door.
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Dorli Mayerson Opens League Of Women Voters Contributions, October 1963

Dorli Mayerson Opens League Of Women Voters Contributions, October 1963 image
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October
Year
1963
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Opening a heavy mail which brings contributions to the finance drive of the Ann Arbor branch of the League of Women Voters is one of the more pleasant tasks of the Finance Chairman, Mrs. Allan L. Mayerson of Bending Dr. The feminine fund raiser originally comes from Switzerland where women do not have the voting privilege.
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Ann Arbor Civic Band plays at West Park in 90-degree heat, July, 1988

Ann Arbor Civic Band plays at West Park in 90-degree heat, July, 1988 image
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7
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July
Year
1988
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It was an evening of treats, musical and othersiw, in West Park. The Ann ARbor Civic Band played selections ranging from 'Victor Herbert Overture' to Irving Berlin's "Songs for America' and John Philip Sousa's rousing 'Stars and Stripes Forever,' under the baton of director Charlotte Owen (above.) She's a former director of the Marine Corps Women's Reserve Band and conductor of the Children's Concert at the Aspen Music Festival. The Cobblestone dancers performed. And the Burns Park Senior Center provided lemonade, cupcakes, and ice cream. The band, now in its 53rd year, has scheduled these other summer performances: this Sunday, 1 p.m., Gallup Park; Wednesday, July 13, 8 p.m., West Park; Wednesday, July 20, 7 p.m., at the Art Fair (Graceful Arch); Wednesday, July 27, 8 p.m. West Park, preceded by a Strolling Players children's play at 7; and Wednesday, Aug. 3, 8 p.m., West Park, 50th anniversary re-dedication of the bandshell. Related picture on A3.
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Students & Parents Wait Outside Community High School In Enrollment Line, April 1994

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April
Year
1994
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Paul McKeever, an eighth grader at Slauson Middle School, waits snuggled in a sleeping bag on the sidewalk in front of Community High. He's 43rd in line and is prepared to stay all weekend to enroll Monday.
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Connie Craft, Dean of Community High School, Addresses Students, October 1978

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October
Year
1978
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Connie Craft with students at Community High
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Ann Arbor Civic Band plays at West Park in 90-degree heat, July, 1988

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7
Month
July
Year
1988
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ENJOYMENT EN MASSE -- Concert-goers relax as they take in the mellifluous sounds of the Ann Arbor Civic Band, Wednesday at West Park. See today's Back Page for more photos of the 'Good Old Summer Days Ice Cream Social and Civic Band Concert.'
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Serving treats at the Ann Arbor Civic Band's concert, West Park, July, 1988

Serving treats at the Ann Arbor Civic Band's concert, West Park, July, 1988 image
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7
Month
July
Year
1988
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It was an evening of treats, musical and othersiw, in West Park. The Ann ARbor Civic Band played selections ranging from 'Victor Herbert Overture' to Irving Berlin's "Songs for America' and John Philip Sousa's rousing 'Stars and Stripes Forever,' under the baton of director Charlotte Owen (above.) She's a former director of the Marine Corps Women's Reserve Band and conductor of the Children's Concert at the Aspen Music Festival. The Cobblestone dancers performed. And the Burns Park Senior Center provided lemonade, cupcakes, and ice cream. The band, now in its 53rd year, has scheduled these other summer performances: this Sunday, 1 p.m., Gallup Park; Wednesday, July 13, 8 p.m., West Park; Wednesday, July 20, 7 p.m., at the Art Fair (Graceful Arch); Wednesday, July 27, 8 p.m. West Park, preceded by a Strolling Players children's play at 7; and Wednesday, Aug. 3, 8 p.m., West Park, 50th anniversary re-dedication of the bandshell. Related picture on A3.
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Charlotte Owen, director of the Ann Arbor Civic Band, at West Park concert, July, 1988

Charlotte Owen, director of the Ann Arbor Civic Band, at West Park concert, July, 1988 image
Day
7
Month
July
Year
1988
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It was an evening of treats, musical and othersiw, in West Park. The Ann ARbor Civic Band played selections ranging from 'Victor Herbert Overture' to Irving Berlin's "Songs for America' and John Philip Sousa's rousing 'Stars and Stripes Forever,' under the baton of director Charlotte Owen (above.) She's a former director of the Marine Corps Women's Reserve Band and conductor of the Children's Concert at the Aspen Music Festival. The Cobblestone dancers performed. And the Burns Park Senior Center provided lemonade, cupcakes, and ice cream. The band, now in its 53rd year, has scheduled these other summer performances: this Sunday, 1 p.m., Gallup Park; Wednesday, July 13, 8 p.m., West Park; Wednesday, July 20, 7 p.m., at the Art Fair (Graceful Arch); Wednesday, July 27, 8 p.m. West Park, preceded by a Strolling Players children's play at 7; and Wednesday, Aug. 3, 8 p.m., West Park, 50th anniversary re-dedication of the bandshell. Related picture on A3.
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Sheila McSpadden Participates In Washtenaw County's School-Age Parent Program At Community High School, January 1982

Sheila McSpadden Participates In Washtenaw County's School-Age Parent Program At Community High School, January 1982 image
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January
Year
1982
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Sheila McSpadden, 18, with daughter, Tiffany, 7 months, is one of several Ann Arbor mothers taking advantage of the school-age parent program.
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Dianna Taylor Participates In Washtenaw County's School-Age Parent Program, January 1982

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January
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1982
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Dianna Taylor, also 18, is in the same boat. Not only is the program good for her, Taylor says, but she also thinks her daughter Shauna, 13 months, is well taken care of in her absence.
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University of Michigan Employees Clear Snowy Campus Sidewalks, January 1966

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January
Year
1966
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Snow Shovels Were Put To Use At The University's Rackham Building
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Treasure Mart, September 1960

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September
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1960
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FROM WAREHOUSE TO BUSINESS: Two Ann Arbor women, both owners of the recently formed Treasure House of 529 Detroit St., helped renovate this former warehouse and turn it into an attractive business place for the resale of such things as antique furniture. The two are Mrs. Grace L. Bigby and Mrs. Demaris E. Cash.
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Treasure Mart, September 1960

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September
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1960
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FROM WAREHOUSE TO BUSINESS: Two Ann Arbor women, both owners of the recently formed Treasure House of 529 Detroit St., helped renovate this former warehouse and turn it into an attractive business place for the resale of such things as antique furniture. The two are Mrs. Grace L. Bigby and Mrs. Demaris E. Cash.
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Forest Alter Browses Books At The Grand Opening Of The New Northeast Branch Of The Ann Arbor Public Library, October 1981

Forest Alter Browses Books At The Grand Opening Of The New Northeast Branch Of The Ann Arbor Public Library, October 1981 image
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October
Year
1981
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Forest Alter peruses one of the 5,000 books in the new Northeast Branch of the Ann Arbor Public Library
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Children Outside The New Northeast Branch Of The Ann Arbor Public Library, October 1981

Children Outside The New Northeast Branch Of The Ann Arbor Public Library, October 1981 image
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October
Year
1981
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two hesitant book lovers peek in from the outside
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Demaris Cash At Treasure Mart, April 1989

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April
Year
1989
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Demaris Cash, founder of the Treasure Mart consignment shop in Ann Arbor's Kerrytown, devoted her life to helping others find those special items. 'Dee Cash's life was the Treasure Mart,' said Ray Detter, a seller of estate items.
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Grace Thorson, Julia Tillinghast, and Joanna Bock Celebrate Community High Graduation, June 1997

Grace Thorson, Julia Tillinghast, and Joanna Bock Celebrate Community High Graduation, June 1997 image
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3
Month
June
Year
1997
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Grace Thorson, left, Julia Tillinghast and Joanna Bock embrace during commencement ceremonies Tuesday night for Ann Arbor's Community High School. The event was at the Michigan Theater. Pioneer and Huron High have their ceremonies Thursday night at Crisler Arena.
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Artist Jason Polan, August 2004

Artist Jason Polan, August 2004 image
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August
Year
2004
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Polan drew pictures of his sisters clothes on Martinizing receipts and put them up at University of Michigan's Work gallery at 306 State St. He called the show "Clothed" - a play on words because the gallery was closed for two weeks. He held his opening on the sidewalk outside and people had to look at the work through the windows.
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Jason Polan's preparations for ant mural

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August
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2004
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Polan used a sketch to create a dramatically larger version of the ants on the side of the Maynard Street parking structure. He previously used the lobby of another parking structure for another mural.
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Art students Jacob Brege and Jason Polan in front of Polan's mural

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August
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2004
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University of Michigan art student Jason Polan crouches in front of his new ant mural as friend and fellow art student Jacob Brege jumps over him in the alley behind Borders Books, Music and Cafe in downtown Ann Arbor. The project, painted on the Maynard Street parking structure, was completed just this past weekend.
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Jean Buescher Demonstrates at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996

Jean Buescher Demonstrates at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996 image
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12
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February
Year
1996
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At left, book artist and valentine maker Jean Beuscher [sic] cuts out a hand design. Above are some of the tools of her trade. Below, Mary Paul, 12, concentrates as she cuts out a pattern during a recent valentine-making workshop at Hollander's in Kerrytown.
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Jean Buescher Cuts Paper at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996

Jean Buescher Cuts Paper at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996 image
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12
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February
Year
1996
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At left, book artist and valentine maker Jean Beuscher [sic] cuts out a hand design. Above are some of the tools of her trade. Below, Mary Paul, 12, concentrates as she cuts out a pattern during a recent valentine-making workshop at Hollander's in Kerrytown.
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Mary Paul Cuts Paper at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996

Mary Paul Cuts Paper at Valentine's Day Card Workshop at Hollander's, February 1996 image
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3
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February
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1996
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At left, book artist and valentine maker Jean Beuscher [sic] cuts out a hand design. Above are some of the tools of her trade. Below, Mary Paul, 12, concentrates as she cuts out a pattern during a recent valentine-making workshop at Hollander's in Kerrytown.
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Tom and Cindy Hollander at Hollander's in Kerrytown, April 1992

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27
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April
Year
1992
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Tom and Cindy Hollander make and sell hand-crafted items from fine paper in their Kerrytown shop. Cindy holds a popular item, a tiny handmade stamp book; between them is a tiny house on a pedestal. Both are made of cardboard and paper.
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Dwight Andrews & Marcellus Brown Play Jazz Music For Community High School Students, February 1974

Dwight Andrews & Marcellus Brown Play Jazz Music For Community High School Students, February 1974 image
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February
Year
1974
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Community High Teachers Andrews (Left), And Brown
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Community High's Bonnie Kokelaar Works The McDonald's Drive Thru On McEducator's Day, October 1996

Community High's Bonnie Kokelaar Works The McDonald's Drive Thru On McEducator's Day, October 1996 image
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October
Year
1996
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Community High secretary Bonnie Kokelaar provides service with a smile Wednesday at the McDonald's restaurant on Plymouth Road in Ann Arbor. She was one of numerous local school employees, including principals, who participated in McDonald's McEducator's Day, a statewide event for educators to learn about the jobs their students have. Part of the revenue from the shifts worked will be donated to the schools.
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Community High School Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Danger Detected, October 1980

Community High School Evacuated After Carbon Monoxide Danger Detected, October 1980 image
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October
Year
1980
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Eight infants in a Community High School nursery were among those evacuated
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U of M Professor Elliot Soloway Blends Engineering, Education & Computers, July 1993

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July
Year
1993
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Elliot Soloway, University of Michigan professor of electrical engineering, is working with teachers and students at Ann Arbor's Community High School to develop teaching techniques using the latest in personal computers with multimedia interfacing.
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Teacher Mike Mouradian Leads Dance at Community High School's Multi-Ethnic Festival, November 1992

Teacher Mike Mouradian Leads Dance at Community High School's Multi-Ethnic Festival, November 1992 image
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25
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November
Year
1992
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Worldly Wise - Ann Arbor Community High School chemistry and photography teacher Mike Mouradian, left, leads a group of students in a dance through the school's halls Wednesday during a multi-ethnic festival. Students participated in stage productions and sampled traditional ethnic foods from around the world to kick off the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
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Magda Grobner - Community High School Junior, October 1981

Magda Grobner - Community High School Junior, October 1981 image
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October
Year
1981
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Magda Grobner, a junior at Community High School, is a punk dresser and says she plans to have as much fun as possible, a part of punk philosophy.
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Charlotte Atkins - Community High School Sophomore, October 1981

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October
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1981
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Charlotte Atkins, a sophomore, dresses in the preppie style but she doesn't like to be labeled as a preppie or anything else.
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Snow Blankets The Trees At 1746 Washtenaw Ave, February 1940

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February
Year
1940
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EVERGREEN IN WHITE: Pine trees are particularly attractive after a heavy snowfall. Yesterday the stateliness of this tree in front of the home of Robert N. Mullin at 1746 Washtenaw Ave., was enhanced by a covering of white.
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Retired U of M Professor Preston W. Slosson Teaches Community High School Students In His Home, February 1974

Retired U of M Professor Preston W. Slosson Teaches Community High School Students In His Home, February 1974 image
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February
Year
1974
Caption
Students Melissa Penn, left, Carole Caldwell, Marcia Hansen and Craig Brown take notes furiously while Preston W. Slosson discusses American history. History is not a difficult subject to teach when you've lived through eight decades of it, according to Slosson.
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Community High School's 1:45 Jazz Ensemble During A Practice Session, March 1990

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March
Year
1990
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1:45 Jazz Ensemble members, left, John Holkeboer - bass, Jim Borda - keyboards, Keith Walter - Drums, Alex Graham - saxophone.
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Treasure Mart Owner Demaris Cash, September 1989

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9
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August
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1989
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Demaris Cash, owner of Treasure Mart, with a small sample of the consignment shop's wares.
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