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South Thayer Street Flooded By Rain, June 1954

South Thayer Street Flooded By Rain, June 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1954
Caption
RAIN AND MORE RAIN: For the third straight day the skies opened over Ann Arbor yesterday afternoon and a torrential rain fell. The fall of 1.47 inches in a comparatively brief time flooded streets and many basements. The youth perched on a car hood is riding there so he can leap to high ground. That spare pair of shoes could come in handy if he misses. S. Thayer St., where the picture was taken, was flooded almost to the top of the curb.

Pedestrians Under An Umbrella On South Fourth Avenue, June 1954

Pedestrians Under An Umbrella On South Fourth Avenue, June 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1954
Caption
ROOM FOR BOTH: Through some close huddling these two pedestrians on S. Fourth Ave. managed to keep their hair dry at least during yesterday afternoon's rainstorm.

Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956

Robin & Christine Bailey Pack Snowballs On The First Day Of Spring, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 20, 1956
Caption
SPRING SNOWBALLS: Spring arrived officially in Ann Arbor today but it was the stuff of winter that provided pleasure for little going-to-schoolers. Here, Robin Alice Bailey, 6 (left), and her eight-year-old sister, Christine Ann, pack snowballs. They live at 1111 White St. Rising temperatures were predicted for this afternoon under sunny skies.

De Kornfeld Family Members Enjoy The April Fool's Snow, April 1965

De Kornfeld Family Members Enjoy The April Fool's Snow, April 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 2, 1965
Caption
If no one else appreciated yesterday's freakish heavy snowfall the family of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas De Kornfeld, 2581 Hawthorne, seemed to. It provided perfect workout weather for their pet Samoyed, harnessed husky-style to pull Anne (in front) and Christine on a sled. Looking on are Mrs. De Kornfeld, Tommy (behind the dog) and Jim (right). The Weather Bureau measured the snowfall at 2.2 inches.