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Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1946
Caption
Mrs. Henry Rowley spends some of her spare moments making figurines out of cornstarch, salt and water for her friends and for various organizations to use as place-makers at dinners. She got the idea for the tiny Santas, angels, skiers and sledders from the cornstarch mountains she used to mould as a grade-school pupil making relief maps for her geography classes.

Ground Is Broken For An Addition To Erwin Prieskorn American Legion Post, March 1946

Ground Is Broken For An Addition To Erwin Prieskorn American Legion Post, March 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1946
Caption
GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW LEGION BUILDING: Local Legionnaires look over plans for the new building that will adjoin the present quarters of Erwin Prieskorn Post on S. Main St., as ground is broken for the addition. Left to right: Dugald Duncanson, commander, Roy C. Bird, Chester Nowland, Floyd Garland, Melvin C. Pierce, Jack H. Howley, Lee Thomas, George T. O'Neal and Olin C. Tenny.

Ronald Muchnick - 10 Year Old Editor Of The Granger Gazette, December 1947

Ronald Muchnick - 10 Year Old Editor Of The Granger Gazette, December 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 10, 1947
Caption
Ten-year-old Ronald Muchnick, editor of the "Granger Gazette," a monthly newspaper, is shown planning his January edition in his "editorial office" - which also happens to be his bedroom in his parents' home at 1122 Granger Ave.