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The Simons Family

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Aerial Photograph of Willard J. Maxey Boys' Training School, September 1963

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1963
Caption
Landscape Changing: Sprawling new construction at the Willard J. Maxey Boys' Training School is becoming an important new aerial landmark west of Whitmore Lake. In the first construction area at the left of this aerial photograph structural steel is rising for a new school building. Masonry walls are about one-third completed for a 140-boy housing unit going up in the second construction area, background. In the foreground is the school's new reception center and classroom building. Another housing and special treatment unit accommodating 162 boys is located down the road from the reception center. It is not shown in this photograph.

Educational Experiment Conducted At BTS

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Day
30
Month
August
Year
1967
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Planning of First Protestant Vacation Bible School at Willard J. Maxey Boys' Training School, June 1964

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 29, 1964
Caption
Planning Bible School: Ministers and church representatives from more than a dozen area Protestant congregations met at the state-owned Willard J. Maxey Boys' Training School over the weekend to plan the institution's first organized vacation Bible school. From left to right, seated, are Robert Davis, Mrs. Oral Euper, Mrs. Blair Race (extreme left), Mrs. Harry Colstock, BTS chaplain Simmie P. Holland, BTS athletic coach Bernard Bryant, the Rev. Alton A. Glazier, Mrs. Ruth Sykes, Mrs. Carol Hodges and Mrs. Sherman Richards. Standing (left to right) are A. J. Creel, the Rev. C. W. Carpenter and BTS instructor Harold Stone.