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"Christmas Family" float, sponsored by Erickson Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Christmas Family" float, sponsored by Erickson Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
'NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS': This group of Erickson Elementary School pupils named their float "Christmas Family," and patterned it around Christmas Eve in the home. The "father" appears to be reading "'Twas The Night Before Christmas" for his "family," gathered around the decorated tree in front of a fireplace.

"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Santa's Workshop" float, sponsored by Willow Village's Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
'SANTA'S WORKSHOP' DEPICTED: Edmonton Junior and Senior High Schools from Willow Village entetered this float, based on "Santa's Workshop." Six youngsters busily occupied themselves during the parade as elves working on Christmas toys. The traditional parade was sponsored by Ypsilanti area schools and churches and the Board of Commerce.

"Away in a Manger" float, sponsored by First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Away in a Manger" float, sponsored by First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
CHURCHES ENTER FLOATS: Three Ypsilanti churches entered floats last night for the first time. This one, patterned after the Christmas carol "Away in a Manger," was sponsored by the First Baptist Church of Ypsilanti.

"The Madonna" float, by Thorne Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"The Madonna" float, by Thorne Elementary School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
YPSILANTI HOLDS CHRISTMAS PARADE: A crowd estimated by police at from 20,000 to 25,000 adults and children turned out in mild weather last night to watch Ypsilanti's annual Christmas parade through the downtown business section. This float, sponsored by Thorne Elementary School, was entitled "The Madonna," and featured Thorne pupils.

"Guardian Angels" float, sponsored by Lincoln Consolidated School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

"Guardian Angels" float, sponsored by Lincoln Consolidated School, Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
MANGER SCENE PORTRAYED: "Guardian Angels" depicted the manager scene at Bethlehem nearly 1,957 years ago. The float was sponsored by Lincoln Consolidated School. Following the parade, participants were served refreshments in Woodruff School by wives of Board of Commerce members.

Santa joins the Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957

Santa joins the Ypsilanti Christmas parade, December 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1957
Caption
SANTA CLAUS VISITS YPSILANTI: riding on a float sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, Santa Claus made his annual pre-Christmas visit to Ypsilanti last night for the parade. Santa promised children along the parade route that he would return tomorrow night at the JCC's Christmas tree lot to take their lists of toys wanted Dec. 25.

Portrait of Richard and Katie Blake with their Two Children, February 1988

Portrait of Richard and Katie Blake with their Two Children, February 1988 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 7, 1988
Caption
The Blake family: (left to right) Eric, Kristin, Katie and Richard.

Roger Smith Repairs Bricks on Detroit Street, October 1984

Roger Smith Repairs Bricks on Detroit Street, October 1984 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 16, 1984
Caption
SAVING THE BRICKS - Brick mason Roger Smith uses patience and skill to fit old street brick back into the surface of North Fourth Avenue near the Farmer's Market. Smith, of Margolis Nursery in Ypsilanti, is working on the Downtown Development Authority's pedestrian improvement project. The work will widen the sidewalk area on Fourth Avenue, add drop off spaces in front of the Farmer's Market, install benches and special light fixtures and make Detroit Street one-way north in the block opposite the Farmer's Market which will result in added parking spaces. The project, which began last week, is scheduled to be done in about 45 days, before the wintry weather takes over. The bricks which Smith is refitting were removed from the street so that new curbs could be built.

Tools Stolen From Truck Box

Tools Stolen From Truck Box image
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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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