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Belgian Horses On The Blaisdell Farm - Bridgewater Township, April 1937 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Belgian Horses On The Blaisdell Farm - Bridgewater Township, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1937
Caption
PRESENTING RACHEL AND HER FAMILY: Rachel, beautiful matron of a growing herd of Belgian horses on the Blaisdell farm in Bridgewater township, is shown above with part of her family and their caretakers. The horses, reading left to right, are: Rachel, Ritchie, King and Ruby. The three men, reading left to right, are Lewis Blaisdell, the owner, Arthur Lowrey, cousin of the owner, and Elmer, father of Lewis. Since graduation from Clinton High school in 1931 Lewis has raised a herd of nearly a dozen pedigreed Belgians from the pair which was his graduating gift.

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14
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December
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1985
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Cooking Lunch at Short School In Bridgewater Township, April 1937

Cooking Lunch at Short School In Bridgewater Township, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1937
Caption
WASHTENAW RURAL SCHOOLS GO ULTRA MODERN: Above are scenes typical in a number of Washtenaw county rural schools where cold lunches, brought from home, are supplemented by warm food, cooked on electric ranges. These pictures were taken in the Short school, Bridgewater township. The teacher is Mrs. Helene Monaghan. At the top, reading left to right, are Margaret Briene, Hilda Dayss and Carl Schwab.

Lunch Time at Short School In Bridgewater Township, April 1937

Lunch Time at Short School In Bridgewater Township, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1937
Caption
WASHTENAW RURAL SCHOOLS GO ULTRA MODERN: Above are scenes typical in a number of Washtenaw county rural schools where cold lunches, brought from home, are supplemented by warm food, cooked on electric ranges. These pictures were taken in the Short school, Bridgewater township. The teacher is Mrs. Helene Monaghan. In the bottom picture, reading left to right, are: Dorothy Groeb, Richard Dayss, Maxine Sturdevant, Marie Sullivan, Wilma Ahrens and Willard Dayss.