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Richard Guarino with Model Trains, December 1948

Richard Guarino with Model Trains, December 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1948
Caption
CHOO-CHOO HOSPITAL: Fixing trains that refuse to huff and puff and smoke and whistle and run the way they were intended to is the odd-hour hobby and business of Richard Guarino of 1803 Arbor View Blvd., who has set up the basement workshop partly shown here and named it the Malmar Round House. Employed at Edwards Bros., Inc., Guarino has been forced from his job by a back ailment for the last two months. In that time, he has mended more than 200 electric trains - and is at his bench 14 and more hours a day now to get 'em all rolling by Christmas.

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1946
Caption
Mrs. Henry Rowley spends some of her spare moments making figurines out of cornstarch, salt and water for her friends and for various organizations to use as place-makers at dinners. She got the idea for the tiny Santas, angels, skiers and sledders from the cornstarch mountains she used to mould as a grade-school pupil making relief maps for her geography classes.

James M. Copeland & Scott G. Hughes with Collection of Campaign Buttons, September 1954

James M. Copeland & Scott G. Hughes with Collection of Campaign Buttons, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1954
Caption
Shown with a part of their large collection of political buttons are James M. Copeland (left) of 3717 Vorhies Rd. and Scott G. Hughes of 4 Ridgeway Dr. No turncoats, the boys make a hobby of gathering the attention-getters used by all candidates in political elections.