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Children Ride A Pony Cart At The O'Connor Farm, June 1964

Children Ride A Pony Cart At The O'Connor Farm, June 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1964
Caption
SUNDAY DRIVERS: There are always loads of pleasant things to do when playmates come visiting the children of Dr. and Mrs. Gerald A. O'Connor of Saline Road. On Sunday afternoon, a favorite pastime is taking a pony cart ride down country lanes in a cart drawn by pony, "Topsy," with colt, "Ringo Starr," nearby. In the foreground (from left) are Jerry, Pat and Ann O'Connor and Cassie Mann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Mann of Granger Avenue. Seated in the background (from left) are Cathy and Maureen O'Connor and Kathy DeVine, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John DeVine of Granger Avenue. The two-wheeler governess' cart is 50 years old.

C. J. Wageman & Doc Jock, U. S. Army Remount Stallion - May 1943

C. J. Wageman & Doc Jock, U. S. Army Remount Stallion - May 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1943
Caption
Doc Jock, the big bay stallion shown above, will stand the summer at C. J. Wageman's farm, 1080 Stein Rd., again this year and will be available for breeding purposes to farmers and horsemen in the Washtenaw area. Doc Jock, 16 hands plus high and weighing in the neighborhood of 1,200 pounds, was placed here by the Army remount service.

C. J. Wageman & Half-bred Horse - May 1943

C. J. Wageman & Half-bred Horse - May 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1943
Caption
Farmers who breed a good type draft mare to Doc Jock, the Army remount stallion standing at 1080 Stein Rd., can expect a cross similar to the one shown above. Such an animal is generally tougher, more intelligent and a better worker than the average farm draft horse. In addition the half-bred is less expensive to feed.