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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show at Arborland Shopping Center, 3600 Washtenaw

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Month
December
Year
1981
Caption
Gerald Hodge won the Award of Horticultural Excellence for his fern judged the finest exhibit in the division of the Ann Arbor Garden Club's Flower Show, the award presented here by Chris Rochman, show chairman.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club's 'Frontiers of Fantasy' Show Entry

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Month
September
Year
1973
Caption
Floral Fantasies
Decorative floral arrangements attracted attention at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's 'Frontiers of Fantasy' show. The tape arrangement (at left) is the work of Mrs. Robert Dye. The doll arrangement was designed by Pat Ullenbruck.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club's 'Frontiers of Fantasy' Show Entry

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Month
September
Year
1973
Caption
Floral Fantasies
Decorative floral arrangements attracted attention at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's 'Frontiers of Fantasy" show. The tape arrangement (at left) is the work of Mrs. Robert Dye. The doll arrangement was designed by pat Ullenbruck.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show - Contestant Shows Off Plant Entries

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Month
September
Year
1973
Caption
Ready For Garden Show. Amy Barnett, 13, shows off the plants she'll be entering in the Ann Arbor Garden Club show Saturday. Looking over Amy's entries are Mrs. Herbert Perry, general chairman of the show, and Mrs. Paul Leidy. Amy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glynn D. Barnett, 3046 Bluett. The garden show, Frontiers of Fantasy, will be held from 1 to 5:30 p.m. Saturday at Westminster Presbyterian Church. (Ann Arbor News photo by Eck Stanger.)
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Plans Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan Convention

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Month
May
Year
1971
Caption
Garden Club Birthday
Members of the Ann Arbor Garden Club plan the details of the convention of the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan, to be held at Weber's Inn Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Pictured in the garden of Mrs. John Beatty III at 2755 Parkridge Dr., are (left to right): Mrs. Robert Cooley, 1900 Dunmore Rd.; Mrs. T.C. Thompson, 1205 Pontiac Trail, and Mrs. Beatty, who is president of the club. The Ann Arbor Garden Club will observe the 41st anniversary of its founding this weekend, while the Federated Garden Clubs of Michigan will observe its 40th anniversary. The Ann Arbor Garden Club was the first garden club to be formed in the state. A full program of activities is planned for all three days. The convention is open to the public. The aim of the club is "to make Ann Arbor beautiful."
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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - Garden Sculpture Tour Planning

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Month
June
Year
1968
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival: Garden Sculpture Tour Planning. Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan made stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - Garden Sculpture Tour Planning

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Month
June
Year
1968
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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival: Garden Sculpture Tour Planning. Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan made stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - Garden Sculpture Tour Planning

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Month
June
Year
1968
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival: Garden Sculpture Tour Planning. Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan made stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - Garden Sculpture Tour Planning

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Month
June
Year
1968
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival: Garden Sculpture Tour Planning. Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan made stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - Garden Sculpture Tour Planning

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Month
June
Year
1968
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival: Garden Sculpture Tour Planning. Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival - a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan made stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Plan Garden Sculpture Tour, Part of Garden Arts Festival

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Month
June
Year
1968
Caption
Viewing Sculpture In Garden
One special feature of the Ann Arbor Garden Club's Garden Arts Festival next Thursday will be a garden-visiting car caravan. The caravan will leave the scene of the Festival- the City Club- at 2 p.m. and will make stops at several local gardens displaying sculpture placed there for the Festival by Forsythe Gallery. Location of the various gardens to be visited will not be announced prior to the caravan. Here Mrs. Robert C. Graham and Mrs. Lawrence C. Maugh stand in one of the gardens. The sculpture, a bird feeder, bath and perch, is by Thomas F. McClure.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Gather Greens for "Arrangements for Festive Occasions" Demonstration

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Month
November
Year
1966
Caption
Collecting Greens
Two Ann Arbor Garden Club members are gathering materials for fall arrangements of the type that will be demonstrated by Eric Koernke when he speaks on "Arrangements for Festive Occasions" at 1:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the Michigan Union Ballroom. Mrs. Nina Young (left) clips greens while Mrs. Ernest Merlanti holds a basket of other decorating materials. The Garden Club is sponsoring Koernke's program. Proceeds from the event will be used for horticultural projects.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Gather Greens for "Arrangements for Festive Occasions" Demonstration

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Month
November
Year
1966
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Gather Greens for "Arrangements for Festive Occasions" demonstration. Eric Koernke spoke on "Arrangements for Festive Occasions" in the Michigan Union Ballroom. Mrs. Nina Young (left) and Mrs. Ernest Merlanti (right) are pictured with decorating materials. Proceeds from the event were used for horticultural projects.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Plan "Come Taste It" Luncheon

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Month
April
Year
1966
Caption
Centerpiece For Spring
Miniature trees hung with seed packets will decorate the tables at Wednesday's "Come Taste It" luncheon planned by the Ann Arbor Garden Club. Preparing the centerpieces are Mrs. Alexander Lane, general chairman of the event, and Mrs. Boyd W. Yard, club president. The event will be held at the Red Cross Center.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Plan "Come Taste It" Luncheon

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Month
April
Year
1966
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Plan "Come Taste It" Luncheon. Centerpieces for spring miniature trees hung with seed packets decorated the tables at the luncheon. Preparing the centerpieces are Mrs. Alexander Lane, general chairman of the event, and Mrs. Boyd W. Yard, club president. The event was held at the Red Cross Center.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Christmas Tree Auction

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Month
November
Year
1964
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Christmas Tree Auction.

Caption
To Auction Christmas Tree
Mrs. C. R. Stull (left) and Mrs. H. L. Evans put the finishing touches to an unusual Christmas tree made by Mrs. Evans and Mrs. H. A. Doss which will be sold by silent auction by the Ann Arbor Garden Club as part of its first "Holiday Preview for the Hostess" Friday at the Women's City Club. The tree is on display at the Michigan League and bids are being taken by Mrs. Paul Thompson. At the preview, club members will feature their favorite ideas for decorating and entertaining.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Christmas Walk

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Month
December
Year
1963
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club's Christmas Walk. Christmas decorations at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. L. Berry, 2200 Belmont, among three homes, a sorority house and University Co-op house included on the Ann Arbor Garden Club's Christmas Walk on Wednesday, December 11, 1963. Mrs. Edward F. Zimmer (left) and Mrs. William Dorrance (right) placed Santa between two traditional wreaths at the Dr. Berry home. The walk was held from 1 to 5 p.m. with tea at the Women's City Club served from 2 to 4 p.m. Also listed on the walk were the homes of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Himler, 1225 Fair Oaks; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore Berry, 375 Barton North; Henderson House, 1330 Hill, and Phi Mu sorority, 1541 Washtenaw.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club's Christmas Walk

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Month
December
Year
1963
Caption
DECK THE HALLS: Christmas decorations are going up at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. L. Berry, 2200 Belmont, which will be among three homes, a sorority house and University Co-op house included on the Ann Arbor Garden Club's Christmas Walk tomorrow. Mrs. Edward F. Zimmer (left) and Mrs. William Dorrance (right) have placed Santa between two traditional wreaths at the Dr. Berry home. The walk will be held from 1 to 5 p.m. with tea at the Women's City Club served from 2 to 4 p.m. Also listed on the walk are the homes of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard E. Himler, 1225 Fair Oaks; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Moore Berry, 375 Barton North; Henderson House, 1330 Hill, and Phi Mu sorority, 1541 Washtenaw. Tickets will be sold at the City Club.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show - Ribbon Winning Owl Pellet Display

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Month
September
Year
1963
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show: Ribbon Winning Owl Pellet Display. The Ann Arbor Garden Club's 1963 fall flower show, "Autumn Harmony," was held on Saturday, September 21, at the Ann Arbor Community Center.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show - Autumn Arrangement

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Month
September
Year
1963
Caption
FALL HARMONY: Mrs. Larry Robertson of Prairie St. took top honors with this striking arrangement in one of several artistic design classes using autumn themes at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's fall flower show. The arrangement depicts an "Indian Summer" feeling.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show Blue Ribbon Winner

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Day
23
Month
September
Year
1963
Caption
RIBBON WINNER: Mrs. Merle Dixon of Zeeb Rd. proudly displays her prize winning tuberose begonia and blue ribbon after the awarding of prizes Saturday at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's flower show. Mrs. Dixon's prize came in one of several horticulture classes.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Christmas Walk - Door Decor

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Month
December
Year
1962
Caption
DOOR DECOR: Mrs. Herbert F. Sager (right), chairman of the Ann Arbor Garden Club's annual Christmas Walk, and Mrs. Ralph Moore Berry, club president, give the decorated door at the Delta Gamma sorority house a last minute inspection. Three homes and three sorority houses, filled with holiday decorating ideas will be on the tour, from noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show: Tri-Color Winning Exhibit

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Month
September
Year
1962
Caption
COUNTY FAIR: Mrs. Lee Dare Young of the Ann Arbor Garden Club was the tri-color winner of the club's annual flower show, "County Fair," held yesterday at the Ann Arbor Community Center. Her exhibit, entitled "Space Modulator," was entered in the artistic design division. Area residents numbering 456 were entered in the three main divisions of the show. Fifteen accredited judges from all over the state presented the awards. Special awards went to Mrs. C. Merle Dixon for her "Pink Fairy Rose Bouquet" and to Charles W. Phillips for his educational exhibit of poisonous plants. A total of 87 awards were given in the Horticulture section, 100 for Artistic Design, eight for house plants, and 10 for vegetables.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show Display

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Month
September
Year
1962
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show Display. The club presented a fall flower show entitled "County Fair," from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m., Friday, September 21, 1961 at the Ann Arbor Community Center.

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Putting Up the Sign for Ann Arbor Garden Club's County Fair

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Month
September
Year
1962
Caption
IT'S A COUNTY FAIR! Mrs. Robert B. Voight, Mrs. Ralph Moore Berry and Mrs. Lee Dare Young (left to right) prop up poster exhibit for the Ann Arbor Garden Club's annual flower show. The event will be held from 2 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Ann Arbor Commodity Center, with judging beginning at 10:30 a.m. The public may enter exhibits in three divisions, horticulture, artistic design and the junior division, between 8 and 10 a.m. For further information on the 60 classifications open for entry, contact either Mrs. Young, the general chairman, at NO 2-0270, or Mrs. Henry S. Sicinski, NO 3-2588.
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Dr. William Gracie's Garden to be Part of the Ann Arbor Garden Club Tour

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Month
May
Year
1962
Caption
ON TOUR: The garden of Dr. and Mrs. William Gracie of 2441 Shannondale Rd. will be open for the spring tour of the Ann Arbor Garden Club Monday. Mrs. Ralph F. Johns (left), chairman of the tour, and Mrs. Lee Dare Young (center), Garden Club president, discuss the points of interest in the garden of Dr. Gracie (right), which was primarily planned for the Gracie children. It features a playhouse, six-inch wading pool, and in the background, a sand area housing swings, merry-go-round and slider. The gardens will be open from 1 to 5 p.m.
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Dr. William Gracie's Garden to be Part of the Ann Arbor Garden Club Tour

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Month
May
Year
1962
Description

Dr. William Gracie's Garden to be Part of the Ann Arbor Garden Club Tour. Mrs. Lee Dare Young (center), Ann Arbor Garden Club president. Dr. William Gracie (right).

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Hang Christmas Door Decorations

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Month
December
Year
1961
Caption
Antique Christmas: Ann Arbor Garden Club members and their friends will visit seven homes Wednesday in the club's Christmas Walk for Charity. At the home of Mrs. John Fraser (left), 2216 Melrose Ave., antiques for Christmas will be the main attraction. Working on the annual walk are Mrs. Robert Berry (center), Ways and Means Committee chairman, and Mrs. Gerald V. Barrow, co-chairman.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club President Working on Table Centerpiece

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Month
September
Year
1959
Caption
TABLE CENTERPIECE: Mrs. James Hayward, president of the Garden Club of Ann Arbor, works on one of the many centerpieces to be used at the conference. The dried arrangement is made with an interior of sphagnum moss which is soaked in water, formed into a ball and then covered with chicken wire. The "branches" are made with wild weeds. A small branch is covered with florists' tape to form the "stump" and placed in the pot of dirt. At left is a finished centerpiece.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show Judges

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Month
September
Year
1958
Caption
FLOWER SHOW JUDGES: Three of the judges at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's flower show in the Women's City Club, and a clerk, Mrs. Raleigh Schorling (extreme right) look over entries in the horticulture exhibit. Judges are (left to right) Mrs. Donald B. Smith of Grosse Ile, Mrs. S. L. Wing of Coldwater and Mrs. Elmore W. Frank of Grosse Pointe. Twelve judges worked at the show held yesterday and today.
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Area Garden to be Toured by the Ann Arbor Garden Club

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Month
May
Year
1958
Caption
ON TOUR SCHEDULE: This garden of Mrs. Charles W. Edmunds of 1619 Cambridge Rd. is one of four area gardens that members of the Ann Arbor Garden Club will visit Sunday. Other gardens on the tour schedule include those of Mrs. Otto Greschke of 1258 Ferdon Rd., Mrs. Wallace Teed of 2300 Melrose Ave. and Mrs. Charles Tunnicliffe of 4484 E. Huron River Dr. The club invites other interested persons to inspect the gardens with them.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Using New Postage Stamps

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Month
March
Year
1958
Caption
NEW POSTAGE STAMP ISSUED: Three members of the Ann Arbor Garden Club are shown using the new postage stamps issued yesterday, marking the 100th anniversary of the birth of Liberty Hyde Bailey, a horticulturist and native of Michigan. His writings and scientific works are familiar among gardeners and horticulturists. Members of the club are (left to right) Mrs. James Hayward, treasurer; Mrs. Eugene Leslie, president, and Mrs. Raleigh Schorling, horticultural chairman.
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Gingerbread House Cookie on Christmas Tree at the Ann Arbor Garden Club's Foreign Christmas Tree Display

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Month
December
Year
1956
Caption
FROM A STORY BOOK: This very elaborate cooky, made and decorated by Mrs. C. Merie Dixon, a member of the Ann Arbor Garden Club, appeared on one of the very authentically decorated foreign Christmas trees at the Women's City Club yesterday. Her trees showed the early Germany style. The cooky is in the form of a gingerbread house.
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Foreign Themed Christmas Dishes Exhibit at the Ann Arbor Garden Club Christmas Tea

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Month
December
Year
1956
Caption
ENTERTAIN WITH TRADITIONS: Pick a foreign theme for your holiday entertaining as Dr. Jane Hayward shows here in her exhibit featuring steaming hot wassail and mincemeat tarts. According to custom, they are severed on Christmas Eve and on Twelfth Night.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Decorates Christmas Trees from Foreign Lands

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Month
December
Year
1956
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Decorates Christmas Trees from Foreign Lands. The theme of the 1956 Ann Arbor Garden club annual Christmas program was "Christmas in Other Lands." The tea was held at the Ann Arbor Women's City Club on Thursday, December 6th and included musical entertainment.

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Pat Toogood and Jane Colby Prepare Floral Arrangement for the Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show at Jones School

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Month
May
Year
1954
Description

Pat Toogood and Jane Colby Prepare Floral Arrangement for the Ann Arbor Garden Club Flower Show at Jones School. Jones Elementary School closed in 1965.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Assemble Books at the Home of Mrs. James Inglis

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Month
January
Year
1942
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club members meet to assemble the year book. The 1942 year book included articles on Victory Gardens and shortages of materials due to World War II.

"The woman in the middle of this photograph is Elizabeth Inglis, Mrs. James Inglis. Mrs. Inglis was one of the three founders of the Ann Arbor Garden Club. The Inglis home, a 1927 French Chateau on Huntington Drive, overlooking the Arboretum, now belongs to the University." - Wystan Stevens

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Members Assemble Year Books

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Month
January
Year
1942
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club members meet to assemble the year book. The 1942 year book included articles on Victory Gardens and shortages of materials due to World War II.

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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Christmas Cactus

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Month
March
Year
1972
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display arrangement featuring Christmas Cactus. The club put on an informal showing of flowers and arrangements.

Caption
This Christmas Cactus Is Confused About The Seasons; It's Shockingly Red Bloom Is Just In Time For Easter
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Mophead

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Month
March
Year
1972
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display arrangement. The club put on an informal showing of flowers and arrangements.

Caption
Oh, Mophead, Mophead, Pull Yourself Together
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Orchid

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Month
March
Year
1972
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display arrangement featuring orchids. The club put on an informal showing of flowers and arrangements.

Caption
Happiness Is A Full-Blown Orchid In Mid-Winter
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Hothouse Azalea

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Month
March
Year
1972
Caption
The Hothouse Azalea, Creeping Over The Simulated Garden Wall With Ivy And Other Greens, Is A Mood Arrangement Done By An Ann Arbor Garden Club Member For Informal Show
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Form and Function

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Month
March
Year
1972
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display. The club put on an informal showing of flowers and arrangements.

Caption
Form and Function Meld Together To Create Beauty
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Year of the Rat In Bloom

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Month
March
Year
1972
Caption
Year Of The Rat In Bloom
This arrangement, created by an Ann Arbor Garden Club member, honors the Chinese New Year - the Year of the Rat. Each element symbolizes a wish for the new year: the pine is for longevity, the bamboo for fidelity and wisdom, the plum for happiness, the azalea for joy. What better way could there be to herald spring?
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Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display - Amaryllis

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Month
March
Year
1972
Description

Ann Arbor Garden Club Show Flower Display arrangement featuring amaryllis. The club put on an informal showing of flowers and arrangements.

Caption
The Amaryillis Is A Show-Off- But Who Cares?
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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Flower Show Entrance to Arrangements Division

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Month
May
Year
1960
Description

"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

Caption
WELCOME TO SHOW: Mrs. Seward Miller wore a turn-of-the-century dress which belonged to an aunt at yesterday's flower show sponsored by the Ann Arbor Garden Club. Mrs. Seward was the hostess at the entrance to the arrangements division of the show.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Flower Show Blue Ribbon Flower Arrangement

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Month
May
Year
1960
Description

"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

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OTHER WINNERS: William Dorrance won a blue ribbon in the "men only" division with his entry (left) in the "member of the firm" class. The fruit arrangement at the right was made by Mrs. Larry Robertson and won a blue ribbon in the "30th Anniversary of the Ann Arbor Garden Club" class. Mrs. Robertson used a pineapple, fruits and tulips.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Flower Show Flower Arrangement

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Month
May
Year
1960
Description

"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Flower Show Flower Arrangement

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Month
May
Year
1960
Description

"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

Caption
OTHER WINNERS: William Dorrance won a blue ribbon in the "men only" division with his entry (left) in the "member of the firm" class. The fruit arrangement at the right was made by Mrs. Larry Robertson and won a blue ribbon in the "30th Anniversary of the Ann Arbor Garden Club" class. Mrs. Robertson used a pineapple, fruits and tulips.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Flower Show Fruit Arrangement

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Month
May
Year
1960
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"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

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OTHER WINNERS: William Dorrance won a blue ribbon in the "men only" division with his entry (left) in the "member of the firm" class. The fruit arrangement at the right was made by Mrs. Larry Robertson and won a blue ribbon in the "30th Anniversary of the Ann Arbor Garden Club" class. Mrs. Robertson used a pineapple, fruits and tulips.
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Ann Arbor Garden Club 30th Anniversary Show Birthday Party Table Setting

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Month
May
Year
1960
Description

"The show was titled, 'Milestones of Life,' to emphasize the 30th anniversary of the club."

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TOP AWARD: Mrs. Ralph Johns won the tri-color award at the flower show with a birthday party table setting for an eight-year-old boy. Her table arrangement was voted best in the show.
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