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Worship Services Planned

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April
Year
1944
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Tappan students Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey explain Easter symbols during school assembly, April 1944

Tappan students Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey explain Easter symbols during school assembly, April 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1944
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SYMBOLS OF EASTER EXPLAINED: Tappan school puils gleaned insight into the meaning of such various Easter symbols as are shown here during an assembly program on the subject. Costumed narrators who explained the various symbols were, left to right, Konrad Matthaei, Anne Waterman and William Godfrey.

Aerial Photograph of Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary, Washtenaw Ave., October 1951

Aerial Photograph of Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary, Washtenaw Ave., October 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1951
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While the new Holy Ghost Fathers Seminary's first class is taking preliminary study for the priesthood in the former LaPointe home at 4133 Washtenaw Rd. (square building, center), the new buildings for the larger complete seminary are rising around it. In News Photographer Maitland LaMotte's aerial view, the U-shaped structure in foreground will be the high school building. Dormitories, now in use, are beyond the house, and the chapel framework is at right of the dormitories. Henry deKoning of Ann Arbor is the contractor for the $500,000 project. Washtenaw Ave. cuts across the lower right corner of picture.

Union Seminary: Where Great Minds Met

Union Seminary: Where Great Minds Met image
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December
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1979
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A Milestone Of Achievement

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30
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December
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1995
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Rev William Hainsworth of Dexter, Michigan, April 1940

Rev William Hainsworth of Dexter, Michigan, April 1940 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 12, 1940
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'PARSON'S GRIST MILL': Rev. William Hainsworth, pastor of the Dexter Federated church and the Webster Congregational church, is shown in one of the settings for the monodramas with which he dramatizes modern parables and problems every Thursday night on a program which he calls the "Parson's Grist Mill." Rev. Mr. Hainsworth was a professional entertainer before he joined the ministry.