Ann Arbor News, January 27, 1939
INSTALL BIRD FEEDING STATION: First grade children of Bach school built and gave to the Anna Botsford Bach Home on W. Liberty St. the bird feeding station shown above as it was placed near the home. They will keep food at the station and have studied winter birds, written about them and seen pictures of them. Their study includes also writing to the women residing at the home about the winter birds here, and the women have been invited to write to the children about the birds they see at the station. The children in the picture above are, from left to right, Clyde Camp of Montgomery Ave., Betty Lou Eisemann of Crest Ave. and Suzanne Collins of Kenwood Ave., with their teacher, Mrs. Ruth Reilly at the right.
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1992
Ann Arbor teachers meet at the Michigan Theater this morning.
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Patricia Ashford Manley was born in 1945 in Ann Arbor, and she was raised by her mother. She remembers attending Jones Elementary School and trying out for cheerleading at Ann Arbor High School. Manley graduated from Western Michigan University in 1970 and later earned her master’s in counseling from Eastern Michigan University. She worked as a teacher, cheerleading coach, and guidance counselor at Huron High School for thirty-one years, and was principal of Thurston Elementary School for ten years. She and her husband Lamont Manley enjoy traveling and going to concerts together. They have been married for 43 years.
Nancy Lohr Leads Coed Physical Education Class at Carpenter Elementary School, October 1974 Photographer: Robert Chase
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1974
Teacher Nancy Lohr Helps Students Choose Teams At Carpenter School