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DAR Women Place Marker On Grave Of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller, April 1959

DAR Women Place Marker On Grave Of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller, April 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 17, 1959
Caption
HONOR DAUGHTER OF REVOLUTION: Miss Marion N. Willcox of Marshall places a marker on the grave of Mrs. Rhoda Fuller in Forest Hill Cemetery, designating her as a "real" daughter of the American Revolution. Also taking part in the ceremony yesterday afternoon were Mrs. Raymond E. Spokes, regent of the Sarah Caswell Angell Chapter of the DAR, and Mrs. Harry N. Deyo of Plymouth, state chaplain.

Children of the American Revolution Valentines Party, February 1949

Children of the American Revolution Valentines Party, February 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1949
Caption
It isn't hard to keep a group of seven children happy when they have valentines to look at and good things to eat. The above children, members of the Ann Allen Society of the Children of the American Revolution, were entertained yesterday afternoon at a Valentines party given by 21-month-old Barbara Jean Hanson (aided and abetted by her mother, Mrs. Richard F. Hanson of Pinewood Ave., of course). Pictured in contented repose (for the time being) are (left to right) Robert Brent Beebe, 11-month-old-son of Mrs. Austin H. Beebe, jr. of Dexter Rd.; Susan Elizabeth Kagay, five years old, whose mother, Mrs. John J. Kagay of Columbia Ave., is regent of Sarah Caswell Chapter, DAR; Barbara Jean (the hostess); Russell Ralph Allen, 17-month-old son of Mrs. Ralph Allen of Pittsfield Village; Bert Lawrence Karl Heideman, two years old, son of Mrs. Bert Heideman, senior president of the Ann Allen Society; three-year-old Frances Ann Jobes, daughter of Mrs. Frank W. Jobes, senior state Red Cross chairman and state promoter for the CAR; and five-year-old Lane Maxwell Allen, who is Russell Ralph's brother. Not shown in the picture is the junior president of the Ann Allen Society, Caryl Ann Stuhrberg, daughter of Mrs. Carl H. Stuhrberg of Harding Rd., a director of the Angell Chapter.

DAR Members Display Antiques, September 1969

DAR Members Display Antiques, September 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 21, 1969
Caption
Members of the Sarah Caswell Angell chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) gathered for their first fall meeting Thursday at the home of Mrs. William A. Gracie Jr. As well as welcoming prospective members, the group displayed family possessions dating back more than a century. Holding exhibit pieces are (from left): Mrs. Arlen Hellwarth, regent; Mrs. Gracie, and Mrs. Thomas J. DeKornfeld, recording secretary.

Clarke Services

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8
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February
Year
1946
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Mrs. Laura Wroten

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18
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September
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1957
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Pneumonia Fatal To Mrs. Jackson

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28
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March
Year
1935
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Ellen B. Bach Dies In Hospital

Ellen B. Bach Dies In Hospital image
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Day
20
Month
April
Year
1960
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