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Councilwoman Eunice Burns & Daughters Weed City Flower Bed, July 1963

Councilwoman Eunice Burns & Daughters Weed City Flower Bed, July 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 24, 1963
Caption
PLANTER'S HELPERS: When criticism was heard of a proposal by Councilwoman Eunice Burns that youth be used to develop the city's flower bed plantings, she decided to prove her point by teaching her own daughters the "fine art" of weeding. Mrs. Burns (left) is shown during a gardening session with daughters Laurie, 9, and Cathy, 10, at the traffic island at Broadway and Plymouth Rd. This flower bed and others throughout the city are planted by Park Department workers, who normally handle weeding chores along with priority tasks of parks and playground maintenance, tree planting and golf course care.

Eunice L. Burns & Family, April 1968

Eunice L. Burns & Family, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1968
Caption
Former City Councilwoman Mrs. Eunice L. Burns poses in her home at 1614 Harbal Drive with her four children. From left are Laurie, 13; Tammy, 8; Bob, 10; and Cathy, 15, with the family cocker spaniel.