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An Ethnogastronomic View Of Thanksgiving

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Parent Issue
Day
25
Month
November
Year
1975
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Andye Fulton Sleeps with her Three Dolls, December 26 1957 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Andye Fulton Sleeps with her Three Dolls, December 26 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1957
Caption
SLEEPING BEAUTIES: At the end of a long and exciting Christmas Day, Ann Arbor area youngsters were very likely to take their most prized possessions to bed with them last night -- like this little girl with her three new dolls.

Children Carry Flowers For The Cemetery In Dexter's Memorial Day Parade, May 1942 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Children Carry Flowers For The Cemetery In Dexter's Memorial Day Parade, May 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1942
Caption
DEXTER CELEBRATES MEMORIAL DAY: Memorial day exercises at Dexter Saturday included music by the newly-organized high school band, a program in the Copeland auditorium and a parade to the cemetery which drew a multiplicity of the village's youthful residents as is shown above.

Michigan State Police Graves Decorated For Memorial Day In St. John's Cemetery, May 1959 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Michigan State Police Graves Decorated For Memorial Day In St. John's Cemetery, May 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 30, 1959
Caption
STATE POLICE GRAVES DECORATED: All graves of deceased Michigan State Police officers in the state were decorated today with individual Michigan flags. The traditional Memorial Day custom was carried out this morning in Ypsilanti by Sgt. John J. (Mickey) Mongiat, commander of the MSP detachment there, who placed state flags on the graves of two former officers. Here he pauses at the grave of Sgt. Jess B. Ralph, a retired former commander of the Ypsilanti detachment who died two years ago, while Trooper Earl H. Fink salutes.