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Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Children Playing with New Toys, First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, January 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 17, 1962
Caption
Toys From Santa: Children who will be enrolled in the newly organized First Methodist Co-Operative Nursery, located in the church at 120 S. State St., anticipate the fun they will have playing with many new toys which have been donated by Ann Arbor's Santa Claus, Albert E. Warnhoff. Caught in the act of playing with the new toys before the nursery opens on Feb. 5 are (left to right) Marcia Fox, Nancy Andrews with doll, Dana Boudreau, Kathy Ebert on the horse, and Danny Stevenson, who finds it rather hard to concentrate on that book while surrounded by playtoys.

Registration day at the Co-operative nursery in Willow Village, September 1946 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Registration day at the Co-operative nursery in Willow Village, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1946
Caption
STUDENT WIVES ORGANIZE CO-OPERATIVE NURSERY: Registration day found West Court community house resounding with noise, cluttered with bicycles and strollers, as 60 mothers and their offspring arrived to go through enrollment procedure. Both mothers and fathers pledge time to help run nursery, agree to attend child study classes.

Jack and Jill Nursery School children visit fire station, May 1967 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Jack and Jill Nursery School children visit fire station, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1967
Caption
Plenty Of 'Fire Chiefs': This truckload of three and four-year-old fire chiefs isn't going to a fire, but they might be able to handle one if the alarm sounded. The fire engine ride yesterday was part of a birthday celebration for Suzanne Lyons and Jacalen Garris, both 4, who attend Jack and Jill Nursery School. It also climaxed a two-week unit in which the class learned about city firemen and their work. Calvin Zahn, grandfather of Susan Lyons and owner of fire engine No. 5, formerly owned by the city, drove his crew where there was plenty of water: a nearby lake.