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Raymond Family Prepares Traditional Korean Meal, May 1966

Raymond Family Prepares Traditional Korean Meal, May 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1966
Caption
Traditional Meal Beneath Apple Blossoms: In Korea, it is a tradition to serve a dinner beneath blossoming fruit trees. Following that custom on their backyard picnic table are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Raymond of 611 Sunset with their daughters, Natasha (from left) and Nyra. There is an old Korean saying that a meal for a guest should include something from the sea, from the mountains and from the field. Mrs. Raymond serves short ribs, a fish dish and asparagus.

Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956

Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1956
Caption
SPRING SNOWBALLS: Spring arrived officially in Ann Arbor today but it was the stuff of winter that provided pleasure for little going-to-schoolers. Here, Robin Alice Bailey, 6 (left), and her eight-year-old sister, Christine Ann, pack snowballs. They live at 1111 White St. Rising temperatures were predicted for this afternoon under sunny skies.

Modeling new spring fashions in the Law Quad, March 1969

Modeling new spring fashions in the Law Quad, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1969
Caption
The fashion look for Spring '69 is a free-wheeling loo of individuality. Ann Arbor style-setters will go everywhere and anywhere in pants, but at all times the pants will be soft and feminine. The Spring scene shows the look of separates -- a put-yourself-together look that stems from the influence of today's young people. For more insight into the spring fashion picture, flip through the following pages.

Spring Fashions, March 1969

Spring Fashions, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1969
Caption
The fashion look for Spring '69 is a free-wheeling loo of individuality. Ann Arbor style-setters will go everywhere and anywhere in pants, but at all times the pants will be soft and feminine. The Spring scene shows the look of separates -- a put-yourself-together look that stems from the influence of today's young people. For more insight into the spring fashion picture, flip through the following pages.

Spring Fashions, March 1969

Spring Fashions, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 16, 1969
Caption
The fashion look for Spring '69 is a free-wheeling loo of individuality. Ann Arbor style-setters will go everywhere and anywhere in pants, but at all times the pants will be soft and feminine. The Spring scene shows the look of separates -- a put-yourself-together look that stems from the influence of today's young people. For more insight into the spring fashion picture, flip through the following pages.