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Courtyard Display At Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School Celebrates His Birthday, January 1973

Courtyard Display At Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School Celebrates His Birthday, January 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1973
Caption
A courtyard display and an assembly yesterday at Ann Arbor's Martin Luther King School commemorated the birth of the assassinated civil rights leader for whom the school is named. Dr. King was born Jan. 15, 1929, in Atlanta, Ga., and slain April 4, 1969, in Memphis, Tenn. The figure at left represents Dr. King and the others his followers. Students posed for the latter last year. Depicted are two brothers and a sister of three of those who posed. From left are Kenneth Caldwell, Claudia Hampton and Brian Taylor. (News photo by Eck Stanger)

Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987

Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1987
Caption
Memorial March - Marchers in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti braved chilly winds and falling snow as they joined countless thousands across the land Monday in ceremonies honoring the late Martin Luther King on the national holiday marking his birthday. In the top photo, the Ann Arbor march begins and proceeds along South University.

Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987

Martin Luther King Memorial Marchers On South University Ave, January 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1987
Caption
Memorial March - Marchers in Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti braved chilly winds and falling snow as they joined countless thousands across the land Monday in ceremonies honoring the late Martin Luther King on the national holiday marking his birthday. In the top photo, the Ann Arbor march begins and proceeds along South University.

Jess Obanner Sings At A University Of Michigan Service Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., January 1989

Jess Obanner Sings At A University Of Michigan Service Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1989
Caption
Gospel Choir director Jess Obanner raises his hands in praise during the University of Michigan's Martin Luther King observance at the Michigan Union Ballroom Sunday. Several singing groups were on hand for the packed 11 a.m. service which featured a message by King associate the Rev. Will Herzfeld of Oakland, Calif.

7th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Marchers, January 1989

7th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Unity Marchers, January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1989
Caption
Deacon Richard Garland, along with Kendall Tucker, holding lantern, walk in the 7th annual Unity March that brought out about 400 participants. The march began at the Washtenaw County building in downtown Ann Arbor and ended at Second Baptist Church on 850 Red Oak in Ann Arbor.

"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
'SANTA'S WORKSHOP' DEPICTED: Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools from Willow Village entetered this float, based on "Santa's Workshop." Six youngsters busily occupied themselves during the parade as elves working on Christmas toys. The traditional parade was sponsored by Ypsilanti area schools and churches and the Board of Commerce.

Sylvia Blake Bynum (1884-1973)

Sylvia Blake Bynum
Sylvia Blake Bynum

Sylvia Blake Bynum was born on November 7, 1884 in Cary, North Carolina to John Addison Blake and Mintia Hooker Blake. She married Oliver Bynum in January of 1918 in Portsmouth, Virginia. He passed away in 1929.