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Elizabeth A.H. Green Leads The All-City Public Schools String Orchestra In Practice For May Festival, May 1944

Elizabeth A.H. Green Leads The All-City Public Schools String Orchestra In Practice For May Festival, May 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1944
Caption
DRILL FOR CONCERT TONIGHT: Music certainly has charms thinks an onlooker as he watches the 14 cellists of the massed string orchestra of 100 players recruited from Ann Arbor Public schools as they practice for the annual May Music Festival at 7:30 tonight in Hill auditorium. Forgotten are all the other intrigues of springtime as the young musicians concentrate on the things at hand, namely, a cello and a somewhat difficult composition.

Elizabeth A.H. Green Leads The All-City Public Schools String Orchestra In Practice For May Festival, May 1944

Elizabeth A.H. Green Leads The All-City Public Schools String Orchestra In Practice For May Festival, May 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 9, 1944
Caption
VIOLINISTS PRACTICE: Fritz Kreisler has nothing on these youthful second violinists of the all-city public school orchestra when it comes to enthusiasm. In the above picture they are shown rehearsing for their selections in tonight's concert, for which there will be no charge, in Hill auditorium. Whether or not the Negro boy is weary or whether he is captivated by the music of his co-players remains unknown.

City's love of old has new meaning

City's love of old has new meaning image
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4
Month
September
Year
1980
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Brownlee gathers his parachute at Tecumseh Airport, October 1996

Brownlee gathers his parachute at Tecumseh Airport, October 1996 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1996
Caption
Wylie Brownlee gathers his parachute moments after landing at the Tecumseh airport