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The McCue Family - Native Americans, November 1979 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

The McCue Family - Native Americans, November 1979 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 22, 1979
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The McCues, from left, rear: Cindy, 17, Douglas, 11; front: Dave, 13, Pauline, Hap and George (Hap's father.) They came to this area because "we were told this is the land of milk and honey" says Hap McCue. (Staff photo by Larry E. Wright)

John M. Glenn & His Pumpkin Look-Alike, October 1957

John M. Glenn & His Pumpkin Look-Alike, October 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1957
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'JACK AND LANTERN': Befitting the day, John M. (Jack O' Lantern) Glenn, chief cook of The Gondola restaurant in Ypsilanti township, poses here with his counterpart, fashioned by other employes as a window display. The Halloween pumpkin, complete with a cap and Glenn's trademark, a cigar, bears a striking resemblance to the cook as it peers from the restaurant window.

Charles Cottle Studies With Coffee And A Pipe, April 1958

Charles Cottle Studies With Coffee And A Pipe, April 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1958
Caption
THE STUDIER: College students, such as Charles Cottle at the University, are known as big coffee drinkers. It's used often when the time for late studying or examinations arises. And many a college man and coed will drink it on a "coffee date" - an informal, relatively inexpensive and convenient way to socialize with the opposite sex.

Engler to snuff cigarette factory

Engler to snuff cigarette factory image
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21
Month
March
Year
1992
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Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1944
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BANANAS? NO. NYLONS? NO. JUST CIGARETS: Ann Arbor's shortage of cigarets is growing no better fast, if the above picture is a criterion, for this is part of a line-up of more than 50 persons who were waiting to buy cigarets at Muir's drug store on Main St. this morning when the photographer happened along. A sign on the window says "cigarets, first come, first served."
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Legacies Project Oral History: June Bennett

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Mary June Bennett was born in 1922 in Evanston, Illinois. She grew up in Ann Arbor and Birmingham, Michigan during the Prohibition Era. After attending the University of Michigan, she joined the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVES) and graduated from midshipman’s school at Smith College in 1944. She was photo editor of the U.S. Navy’s All Hands Magazine. She had three children with her first husband, Maxwell Matthews, and after their divorce she married Clyde “Buck” Bennett in 1967. She was a family therapist for 25 years. She passed away in 2016.

June Bennett was interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2008 as part of the Legacies Project.

Don't puff in comics, says writer

Don't puff in comics, says writer image
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Day
8
Month
September
Year
1982
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