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Snow Sphinx Outside Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity, January 1936

Snow Sphinx Outside Alpha Rho Chi Fraternity, January 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 25, 1936
Caption
SPHINX CARVED FROM SNOW - Members of Alpha Rho Chi student architects' fraternity carved the sphinx, shown above, from snow which drifted in front of their house at 608 E. Madison St.

School Bus Waiting Shelter on Waters Road, January 1963

School Bus Waiting Shelter on Waters Road, January 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 21, 1963
Caption
WAITING'S COZY: These school children are reasonably comfortable while waiting for the school bus these cold mornings, thanks to Paul Augustine of 250 Waters Rd., Pittsfield township. He built the playhouse-sized shelter on his property at the corner of S. Main Rd. so that the neighborhood's students may be out of the elements.

Burton Memorial Tower Overlooks A Snowy Campus, March 1956

Burton Memorial Tower Overlooks A Snowy Campus, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1956
Caption
CITY UNDER SNOW: Motorists to the contrary, Ann Arbor looked its prettiest of the winter this morning in the sunny aftermath of yesterday's 7-inch snowfall, heaviest of the season. Views of white beauty were visible all over the city. One of Ann Arbor's principal landmarks, the Burton Memorial Tower (top picture) stands above the whiteness of the Rackham Building grounds. Below, the wooded intersection of Scottwood Ave. and Norway Rd. is silently cloaked by the thick snow.

Snow Covers The Intersection Of Scottwood Avenue & Norway Road, March 1956

Snow Covers The Intersection Of Scottwood Avenue & Norway Road, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 24, 1956
Caption
CITY UNDER SNOW: Motorists to the contrary, Ann Arbor looked its prettiest of the winter this morning in the sunny aftermath of yesterday's 7-inch snowfall, heaviest of the season. Views of white beauty were visible all over the city. One of Ann Arbor's principal landmarks, the Burton Memorial Tower (top picture) stands above the whiteness of the Rackham Building grounds. Below, the wooded intersection of Scottwood Ave. and Norway Rd. is silently cloaked by the thick snow.

Huron Hills club members about to try a toboggan chute on the golf course, December 1937

Huron Hills club members about to try a toboggan chute on the golf course, December 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1937
Caption
TESTING NEW SLIDE: Huron Hills country club, scene of many a closely contested golf match during the summer months, has been transformed into a winter sports center by club members. In the above picture, three toboggans are shown about to take off on the long chute which has been built near the 18th green. On the right are shown R. S. Hawley, Jr., his sister, Evelyn Hawley, Paul Reed and William Buttolph. The center toboggan contains Mary Lou Strickland; her mother, Mrs. W. Strickland, Mrs. Larry Gray and James Swenson of Detroit while the one at the left carries William Strickland, club president, Mrs. Norman Ottmar, Mrs. Florence Swenson of Detroit and Mrs. Betty Spokes.

Snow Elephant Outside Phi Sigma Kappa, March 1938

Snow Elephant Outside Phi Sigma Kappa, March 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 1, 1938
Caption
ELEPHANT OF THE SNOWS: One of the more ambitious snow art projects of the current renaissance in Ann Arbor folk sculpture is this behemoth by the boys of Phi Sigma Kappa at 1043 Baldwin Ave.