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Allen Bear's Bobby Hills At Second Base in 10-Year League's Pro Division, August 1966

Allen Bear's Bobby Hills At Second Base in 10-Year League's Pro Division, August 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1966
Caption
Sign Stealing: These two players in the 10-Year League's Pro Division are trying to observe the action at home plate, but the umpire and pitcher are blocking their view. So the Allen Bear baserunner Bobby Hills is leaning over while Lawton Packer second baseman Eric Becher shades his eyes from the sun.
Month
August
Year
1966
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Leo Esch Hits a Home Run for Coca Cola 11-Year-Old National Division Team, August 1966

Leo Esch Hits a Home Run for Coca Cola 11-Year-Old National Division Team, August 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 6, 1966
Caption
Grand Slammer: There were many grand slam home runs lashed out this summer in the Kid Baseball Program and here Leo Esch, a member of the Coca Cola entry in the 11-Year-Old National Division, sends another baseball on its way for a bases-loaded round tripper. This home run gave Coca Cola players a start on a victory in their final game.
Month
August
Year
1966
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Wreckage In Accident Injuring Four People At Liberty St. & Crest Ave, November 1940

Wreckage In Accident Injuring Four People At Liberty St. & Crest Ave, November 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1940
Caption
Only minor injuries were believed suffered by occupants of two cars which collided at W. Liberty St. and Crest Ave. during this morning's rain with such force that one was pushed some 30 feet over the curb and onto the sidewalk while the other overturned.
Month
November
Year
1940
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Pioneer High's Keith Warner Is Tackled By Kalamazoo Defenders, October 6, 1972 (Pioneer 14, Kalamazoo 0)

Pioneer High's Keith Warner Is Tackled By Kalamazoo Defenders, October 6, 1972 (Pioneer 14, Kalamazoo 0) image
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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1972
Caption
Gang Tackling: Fullback Keith Warner (arrow) of Pioneer High, is literally buried under a pile of Kalamazoo Central tacklers in the second quarter after picking up nine, tough yards. It takes five Maroon Giants, John Hamilton (20), Bruce Ball (65), Dan Baker (84), Dan Schepan (62) and Kim Rowekamp (43), to finally stop Warner.
Month
October
Year
1972
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Pioneer High's Walt Blissit Scores Touchdown vs. Kalamazoo, October 6, 1972 (Pioneer 14, Kalamazoo 0)

Pioneer High's Walt Blissit Scores Touchdown vs. Kalamazoo, October 6, 1972 (Pioneer 14, Kalamazoo 0) image
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Ann Arbor News, October 7, 1972
Caption
Winning Touchdown: Much to the dismay of the Kalamazoo Central defenders, tailback Walt Blissit gallops into the end zone in the second quarter to score the winning touchdown for Pioneer High at Hollway Field. This nine-yard jaunt was a major part of his 27-yard rushing total for the game that was earned on 15 carries against the Maroon Giants.
Month
October
Year
1972
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Pioneer Football Players Catch Up To Huron's Reggie Jones, September 29, 1972 (Pioneer 13, Huron 12)

Pioneer Football Players Catch Up To Huron's Reggie Jones, September 29, 1972 (Pioneer 13, Huron 12) image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1972
Caption
Hemmed In: Huron High's Reggie Jones (30) breaks loose for a 14-yard gain and a first down deep in Pioneer territory before being tackled by Darnell Kirkland (20) and Kurt Wiese (80) of the Pioneers. In the next quarter, Kirkland provided the winning touchdown of the game on a 70-yard intercepted pass return.
Month
September
Year
1972
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Huron High's Mike Straub Carries Football Towards Pioneer Zone, September 29, 1972 (Pioneer 13, Huron 12)

Huron High's Mike Straub Carries Football Towards Pioneer Zone, September 29, 1972 (Pioneer 13, Huron 12) image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1972
Caption
Tough Yardage: Running back Mike Straub (10) of Huron High picks up some tough yardage near midfield in the fourth quarter before being brought to the Hollway Field turf by Ron Sartori of Pioneer. Straub, one of the better prep hockey players around the city in the winter, had a big game against Pioneer with 80 yards in 14 carries.
Month
September
Year
1972
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Pioneer Tackles At Line of Scrimmage, September 15, 1972 (Grosse Pointe South 13, Pioneer 12)

Pioneer Tackles At Line of Scrimmage, September 15, 1972 (Grosse Pointe South 13, Pioneer 12) image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 16, 1972
Caption
Gang Tackling: Fullback Jim Whims of Grosse Pointe South is met by a host of Pioneer High tacklers intent upon making a goal line stand in the second quarter. Ron Malcolm (85), Joe Boisture (87), Ron Sartori (46) and Ron Harmon (24), meet the Blue Devil rusher at the two-yard line and stop him short of the goal.
Month
September
Year
1972
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Pioneer's Kurt Wiese Celebrates a Home Run vs. Huron High, April 1974 (Huron 5, Pioneer 2)

Pioneer's Kurt Wiese Celebrates a Home Run vs. Huron High, April 1974 (Huron 5, Pioneer 2) image
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Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1974
Caption
Pioneer High's Kurt Wiese is mobbed by his teammates after knotting Friday's game with Huron at 1-1 with a fourth-inning homer. The Pioneers' glee was short-lived as the Bat Rats came back for a 5-2 victory.
Month
April
Year
1974
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Project Grow Workers Laying Down Hay On The Crops At Community Farm, June 1977

Project Grow Workers Laying Down Hay On The Crops At Community Farm, June 1977 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1977
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Project Grow Director Ken Nicholls, left, and Pam Maloney, one of the site coordinators, center, work in Gardener Ray Krome's plot at the County Farm site.
Month
June
Year
1977
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Jim Henderson Scores a Run for Huron High vs. Pioneer, April 1974 (Huron 5, Pioneer 2)

Jim Henderson Scores a Run for Huron High vs. Pioneer, April 1974 (Huron 5, Pioneer 2) image
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Ann Arbor News, April 20, 1974
Caption
One For Huron: Huron High's Jim Henderson rumbles home with the game's first run as Pioneer catcher John Phillips waits in vain for the throw Friday. Henderson scored on a fielder's choice in the second inning to start the Bat Rats on their way to a 5-2 triumph.
Month
April
Year
1974
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Fritz Kochendorfer, Owner Of The Heidelberg, With His Daughters, June 2000

Fritz Kochendorfer, Owner Of The Heidelberg, With His Daughters, June 2000 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 23, 2000
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Fritz Kochendorfer, center, owns the Heidelberg Restaurant with his two daughters Karla Kochendorfer, left, and Terri Boegel.
Month
June
Year
2000
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Parks Department Puts on Carnival at Veterans Park Pool, August 1975

Parks Department Puts on Carnival at Veterans Park Pool, August 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1975
Caption
David Chance (Left), Kathy Barden, Art Allen And Dave Spriggs In Skit
Month
August
Year
1975
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Ida & Christian Sautter With The Closet Door They Were Locked Behind For Twelve Hours, January 1958

Ida & Christian Sautter With The Closet Door They Were Locked Behind For Twelve Hours, January 1958 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 23, 1958
Caption
SCENE OF AN ORDEAL: Christian Sautter, 74 (right) and his wife, Mrs. Ida Sautter, 73, inspect the battered lock on the closet door behind which they were imprisoned for 12 hours by robbers who invaded their home Tuesday. Mrs. Sautter's finger was slashed by a knife held by one of the bandits. Sautter whittled out a chunk of wood, enabling him to force the door open and gain the couple's freedom.
Month
January
Year
1958
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Democrats Celebrate Liz Brater's Election Victory, April 1991

Democrats Celebrate Liz Brater's Election Victory, April 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1991
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Democrats Larry Hunter, Robert Eckstein, Nelson Meade and Kurt Zimmer lead a cheer for new mayor Liz Brater.
Month
April
Year
1991
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Newly Elected Mayor Liz Brater Celebrates Her Victory With Ellen Offen, April 1991

Newly Elected Mayor Liz Brater Celebrates Her Victory With Ellen Offen, April 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1991
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Campaign manager Ellen Offen and newly elected Ann Arbor mayor Liz Brater at a crowded Democrat party at the Bird of Paradise club in Ann Arbor.
Month
April
Year
1991
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Newly Elected Ann Arbor Mayor Liz Brater Celebrates Her Victory With Her Family, April 1991

Newly Elected Ann Arbor Mayor Liz Brater Celebrates Her Victory With Her Family, April 1991 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1991
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Liz Brater, her husband, Enoch, daughter Jessica, 12, and son Jonathan, 7, embrace at the news of Brater's victory in the Ann Arbor mayoral race Monday.
Month
April
Year
1991
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Dave Chance Gets A First Down For Pioneer High vs. Lansing Sexton, October 1972 (Pioneer 28, LS 12)

Dave Chance Gets A First Down For Pioneer High vs. Lansing Sexton, October 1972 (Pioneer 28, LS 12) image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1972
Caption
First-Down Yardage: Fullback Dave Chance (arrow) of Pioneer High has his feet knocked out from underneath him by Lansing Sexton's Larry Nixon after picking up six yards in the second quarter. Coming up to help out on the tackle is Big Red defender John Foster, but not before Chance had picked up a first down.
Month
October
Year
1972
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Brad Clark Scores Touchdown For Pioneer High vs. Lansing Sexton, October 1972 (Pioneer 28, LS 12)

Brad Clark Scores Touchdown For Pioneer High vs. Lansing Sexton, October 1972 (Pioneer 28, LS 12) image
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Ann Arbor News, October 28, 1972
Caption
Touchdown Run: Pioneer High's Brad Clark (33) breaks away from two Lansing Sexton defenders late in the second quarter enroute to a nine-yard touchdown run. Clark is the beneficiary of a key block from teammate Bob Smith (41), who takes Don Boomershire (66) of the Big Reds right out of the play near the goal line.
Month
October
Year
1972
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Ann Arbor Airport Administration Building, December 1936

Ann Arbor Airport Administration Building, December 1936 image
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Ann Arbor News, January 4, 1937
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AIRPORT BUILDING: The administration building (shown above) at the Ann Arbor airport was constructed during 1936 by the city as a WPA project. It includes an office, waiting room and lavatories.
Day
31
Month
December
Year
1936
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Rosie Solomon - Campbell Chapel AME Church Organist, December 1957

Rosie Solomon - Campbell Chapel AME Church Organist, December 1957 image
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Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1957
Caption
WILL RETIRE: Mrs. Rosie Solomon, organist of the Campbell Chapel AME Church in Whittaker for 35 years, will retire after 19 years of service with the Lincoln Consolidated School cafeteria at the end of the school year.
Month
December
Year
1957
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Exterior Of The Incurable Collector, July 1983

Exterior Of The Incurable Collector, July 1983 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 9, 1983
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What for years was a downtown Ann Arbor auto and tire store has now become the home of an antique mall known as The Incurable Collector. Greg Wood founded the mall at Huron and Ashley, above, last spring and now has six tenants peddling a variety of antiques and collectibles. No matter where you look, something will catch your eye - miniature cars, art deco smoking stands, vintage bicycles, antique musical instruments and cameras. The ball of twine Wood is leaning on at left was accumulated by an elderly gentleman over 50 years of his life.
Month
July
Year
1983
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