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Sheriff's Deputy John Palmer With Marijuana Found Growing In Dexter, August 1952

Sheriff's Deputy John Palmer With Marijuana Found Growing In Dexter, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 30, 1952
Caption
Sheriff's Deputy John Palmer of Dexter shows part of the 30 pounds of marijuana weed he cut from a field inside the village limits of Dexter this week. The marijuana was first spotted by Dr. William Pidd, who informed Palmer. The deputy confirmed the identification, then cut it down. Although marijuana, a narcotic, is frequently found growing wild, Palmer found evidence that this particular patch may have been cultivated. Several of the weeds had been "topped" recently. The tops are used to prepare marijuana cigarets or "reefers."

View of Foliage Outside a Home in Pittsfield Village, August 1973

View of Foliage Outside a Home in Pittsfield Village, August 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 19, 1973
Caption
Trees and Shrubs Planted In The 1940s Nearly Dwarf Pittsfield Apartments Now

A Visit To New Botanical Gardens

A Visit To New Botanical Gardens image
Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
July
Year
1962
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Mrs. Joe Klapperich and Philodendron Covering Ceiling, 9025 Huron River Dr., December 1973

Mrs. Joe Klapperich and Philodendron Covering Ceiling, 9025 Huron River Dr., December 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 28, 1973
Caption
It's Hanging Garden In Dining Room Mrs. Joe Klapperich of 9025 Huron River Dr., Dexter Township, examines her philodendron which has been growing along her dining room ceiling for the past seven years. The plant's stalk is in a pot situated out of the picture to the right of Mrs. Klapperich. She said the plant grew so fast wires had to be put up to hold the vines.

Jeff Miller and 50 Lb. Pumpkin, September 1973

Jeff Miller and 50 Lb. Pumpkin, September 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1973
Caption
Sure Sign Of Fall Jeff Miller's Great Pumpkin - a sure sign of fall- measured 64 inched around in its prime. It weighed in at 50 pounds. Plans to carve it into a jack-o-lantern were thrown out along with eh pumpkin after it rotted. Miller, 13, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Miller, 10861 Bunton Rd., Augusta Township. He attends Lincoln Junior High. "Fall" officially arrived at 11:21 p.m. today. (News photo by Cecil Lockard)

Ellen Weatherbee, James Kincaid, and Edible Weeds, August 1973

Ellen Weatherbee, James Kincaid, and Edible Weeds, August 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1973
Caption
Ellen Weatherbee, left, pick sumac berries, from which she makes a kind of pink "lemonade."

Ellen Weatherbee, James Kincaid, and Edible Weeds, August 1973

Ellen Weatherbee, James Kincaid, and Edible Weeds, August 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 8, 1973
Caption
James Kincaid, right, snacks on a dandelion leaf while he strolls through the Queen Anne's Lace.