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Mrs. Mackmiller's Vegetable Garden, October 1967

Mrs. Mackmiller's Vegetable Garden, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1967
Caption
Above, red maple leaves and cherry tomatoes set off dried gourds, squash and chestnut burrs; at right, the base is a chestnut branch, driftwood and permillion. Mrs. George Mackmiller designed the arrangement fresh from her garden.

Mrs. Mackmiller's Vegetable Garden, October 1967

Mrs. Mackmiller's Vegetable Garden, October 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1967
Caption
Above, red maple leaves and cherry tomatoes set off dried gourds, squash and chestnut burrs; at right, the base is a chestnut branch, driftwood and permillion. Mrs. George Mackmiller designed the arrangement fresh from her garden.

George G. Mackmiller Jr. and Daughter Cindy with Four Foot Cabbage, August 1967

George G. Mackmiller Jr. and Daughter Cindy with Four Foot Cabbage, August 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 24, 1967
Caption
Crave Coleslaw? It took more than a yardstick for George MackMiller Jr. and his daughter Cindy, 17, to circumscribe this cabbage in their garden at 1301 Pear St. The giant measures near four feet in diameter, and might well have reaches the boundaries of the family's quarter of a city block lot if the growing season was longer.