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Officer Bitten During Scuffle

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Parent Issue
Day
14
Month
May
Year
1966
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Muskrat Falls Asleep In Doorway of Mast Shoe Store on Liberty St., March 1964

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1964
Caption
Rambling Muskrat: It must have been quite a night on the town for this young Br'er Muskrat who couldn't find his way home and fell asleep at the entrance to Mast Shoe Store, 619 E. Liberty [this photo]. The drowsy animal is about to be carried off (lower left) by Mynning, 4280 Pratt Road, with heavy gloves to protect against the rodent's teeth. Fully awake (lower right), the muskrat seems to be wondering how he ended up in the midst of civilization. Mynning let it go at his parents' area farm.

Jim Mynning Carries Muskrat Found at Doorway of Mast Shoe Store on Liberty St., March 1964

Jim Mynning Carries Muskrat Found at Doorway of Mast Shoe Store on Liberty St., March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1964
Caption
Rambling Muskrat: It must have been quite a night on the town for this young Br'er Muskrat who couldn't find his way home and fell asleep at the entrance to Mast Shoe Store, 619 E. Liberty. The drowsy animal is about to be carried off (lower left) [this photo] by Mynning, 4280 Pratt Road, with heavy gloves to protect against the rodent's teeth. Fully awake (lower right), the muskrat seems to be wondering how he ended up in the midst of civilization. Mynning let it go at his parents' area farm.

Muskrat Found at Doorway of Mast Shoe Store on Liberty St. Wakes Up, March 1964

Muskrat Found at Doorway of Mast Shoe Store on Liberty St. Wakes Up, March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1964
Caption
Rambling Muskrat: It must have been quite a night on the town for this young Br'er Muskrat who couldn't find his way home and fell asleep at the entrance to Mast Shoe Store, 619 E. Liberty. The drowsy animal is about to be carried off (lower left) by Mynning, 4280 Pratt Road, with heavy gloves to protect against the rodent's teeth. Fully awake (lower right) [this photo] , the muskrat seems to be wondering how he ended up in the midst of civilization. Mynning let it go at his parents' area farm.

Nag In The Nasturtiums

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Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
August
Year
1960
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A Tougher Approach To Animal Cruelty

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Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
November
Year
1978
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Concerned Dog Owner Five-Year-Old David Johnson Writes Letter To Ann Arbor Police Department, May 1959

Concerned Dog Owner Five-Year-Old David Johnson Writes Letter To Ann Arbor Police Department, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1959
Caption
The Writer And The Dog: Five-year-old David Johnson pats "Snoopy," whose safety prompted a letter written to local dog wardens asking consideration for "dogs that are spotted and white." "Snoopy," who is more or less a setter, fits the category nicely.

Letter Sent By Five-Year-Old David Johnson to Ann Arbor Police Department, May 1959

Letter Sent By Five-Year-Old David Johnson to Ann Arbor Police Department, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1959
Caption
A Letter Of Love: This is the envelope and letter which David Johnson sent to help his "Snoopy" stay free.