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With The Men In Service: March 8, 1945

With The Men In Service: March 8, 1945 image
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Day
8
Month
March
Year
1945
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Four generations of the Ticknor family, June 1976

Four generations of the Ticknor family, June 1976 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 14, 1976
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Haying The Old Way Four generations of the Ticknor family take a break while doing some old-fashioned haying at the Ticknor centennial farm located on Stone School Road, near Packard Road. The family used an old hay loader which they are standing by and a tractor to do the work which is now normally done by a hay baler. The work used to be called "putting up the hay" and included the use of pitchforks. It's now called hay baling. From left are Donald Ticknor Sr., his son, Donald Ticknor Jr., the latter's sons Carl D. Ticknor and Dennis D. Ticknor and Carl's son, Brian. (News Photo by Larry E. Wright).

Siblings Donald & Frances Ticknor In Front Of Their Farm Home, June 1974

Siblings Donald & Frances Ticknor In Front Of Their Farm Home, June 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1974
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Spanking new suburbs surround the Ticknor farm on Stone School Road, now owned by Donald Ticknor Sr. and his sister, Frances Ticknor, pictured at left with the property's Centennial Farm sign.

Donald Ticknor In One Of The Ticknor Farm Barns, June 1974

Donald Ticknor In One Of The Ticknor Farm Barns, June 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1974
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Donald Ticknor looks out a lower window in the barn, which is extra big because two buildings were joined together to form it.

Frances W. Ticknor Is Dead At Age 86

Frances W. Ticknor Is Dead At Age 86 image
Parent Issue
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26
Month
July
Year
1979
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Mrs. Ida May Haas

Mrs. Ida May Haas image
Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
March
Year
1939
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