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19
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January
Year
1984
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Ice Skating at Summit Park, January 1979 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Ice Skating at Summit Park, January 1979 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1979
Caption
Ice Follies: Somebody had to be the first to brave the brisk frigid air Friday on solidly frozen prime ice. Monique Fields, Blaise Kemble and Kenyatta Fields (left to right) hook up for some ice follies at the Summit Ice Rink.

Mary Frances Greschke & Mary Jane Courtright Perform At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Mary Frances Greschke & Mary Jane Courtright Perform At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
GAVE FANCY SKATING EXHIBITION: Miss Mary Frances Greschke and Miss Betty Jane Courtright are shown above executing one of the manuevers in their figure skating exhibition put on Saturday at Wines Field. In the above picture Miss Greschke is in front.

Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Nancy Upson Competes At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
WON FIGURE SKATING TITLE: Although ice conditions were far from being satisfactory for the figure skaters in the city skating carnival at Wines Field Saturday, Miss Nancy Upson, shown above, won the novice title in the competition for girls.

Young Spectator At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939

Young Spectator At The City Skating Carnival, January 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1939
Caption
DISINTERESTED: This youngster watching the city skating carnival at Wines Field Saturday was well bundled and yet doesn't appear to be getting much of a kick out of the meet.
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Legacies Project Oral History: Eunice Burns

Wed, 01/15/2020 - 10:02am

Eunice L. Burns was born in 1923 and grew up on a farm in Caledonia, Minnesota. She attended La Crosse State Teachers College and became a physical education teacher. She and her husband Carl Burns had four children, and the family enjoyed camping and other outdoor activities. They were married for fifteen years before his tragic death in a sailing accident. Burns (D) represented the First Ward on the Ann Arbor City Council for six years (1962-68). She championed the Fair Housing Ordinance and the establishment of the Huron River Watershed Council. She passed away on October 20, 2016.

Eunice Burns was interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2010 as part of the Legacies Project.