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City's love of old has new meaning

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4
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September
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1980
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Youths Learn Police Work

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15
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February
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1970
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Ann Arbor Yesterdays

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23
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March
Year
1970
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Bus System Needs Support

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23
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March
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1970
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Avard T. Fairbanks, Sculptor and University of Michigan instructor, April 1938

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Ann Arbor News, April 28, 1938
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PREPARING FOR SCULPTURE EXHIBITION OPENING MONDAY: The annual exhibition of work of students in sculpturing in the University Institute of fine arts will open Monday night and will be held in the concourse of the Michigan League through commencement week. Students and faculty of the department are busy modeling and casting their pieces. In the upper picture, Miss Rosemary Mowery (left) of 718 Monroe St. is putting finishing touches to her model, "The Acrobat," and Miss Alice Frayer of Cranbook is shown at the right with her figure of "Parzifal." In the lower picture Prof. Avard Fairbanks, associate professor of sculpture in the institute, is critically touching up his figure of "Snowboy," for which his son, David, was the model last winter.

U-M Sculpture Class of Avard T. Fairbanks, April 1938

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 28, 1938
Caption
PREPARING FOR SCULPTURE EXHIBITION OPENING MONDAY: The annual exhibition of work of students in sculpturing in the University Institute of fine arts will open Monday night and will be held in the concourse of the Michigan League through commencement week. Students and faculty of the department are busy modeling and casting their pieces. In the upper picture, Miss Rosemary Mowery (left) of 718 Monroe St. is putting finishing touches to her model, "The Acrobat," and Miss Alice Frayer of Cranbook is shown at the right with her figure of "Parzifal." In the lower picture Prof. Avard Fairbanks, associate professor of sculpture in the institute, is critically touching up his figure of "Snowboy," for which his son, David, was the model last winter.