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1987
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Westaire Subdivision Development, July 1956

Westaire Subdivision Development, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 21, 1956
Caption
The Rough Stage: Now in the rough, raw building stage - that describes Westaire subdivision, now teeming with construction activity in the city's northwest area. This is S. Circle Dr., a new street which starts at Miller Ave. west of Arbor Heights subdvision and curves past Haisley School to Maple Rd. That's Haisley School in the background. There are a part of 68 homes being built by the Prospect Hill Construction Co.

Aerial View of Westaire and Arbor Heights Subdivisions, July 1956

Aerial View of Westaire and Arbor Heights Subdivisions, July 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 7, 1956
Caption
Growing Northwest: The northwest area of Ann Arbor is partially seen in this aerial photo as an area of new homes. Haisley School (left, center) is flanked by the newly started Westaire subdivisions. The street leading from the school extends to Duncan St., which with its parallel Bruce St., constitutes Arbor Heights No. 2. The dirt area at the right is Arbor Heights No. 3. The original Arbor Heights is at the bottom left. Bruce and Duncan Sts., at their top portion, reach Miller Ave. Above this Martin Acres Nos. 1 and 2. These end at the pond near the top of the picture.

Lynne Farley Shows A Brownie Troop How Boxes Are Made In The Jiffy Mix Packaging Plant, January 1989

Lynne Farley Shows A Brownie Troop How Boxes Are Made In The Jiffy Mix Packaging Plant, January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1989
Caption
Unlike many other plants, Chelsea Milling Co. continues to give tours to the public. Above, members of Ann Arbor's Haisley Elementary School Brownie Troop No. 11 watch as tour leader Lynne Farley shows how Jiffy mix boxes are made in the packaging plant.

Haisley School Celebrates Retiring Principal Louise Ritsema, June 1979

Haisley School Celebrates Retiring Principal Louise Ritsema, June 1979 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1979
Caption
HUG FOR THE TEACHER - Tuesday was a "day" for Louise Ritsema, principal of Haisley Elementary School, on the city's west side. After 25 years as head of the Duncan Street school, Mrs. Ritsema is retiring. She was recognized for her long public school service at a Haisley School program on Tuesday in which a proclamation by Mayor Louis Belcher declaring "Louise Ritsema Day" was presented to her. She is shown here hugging one of her Haisley students. (Staff photo by Jack Stubbs)