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George Thomas Sells Baked Goods at the Farmers' Market, December 1970

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Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1970
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He Likes What He Does: George Thomas is one of those lucky individuals who really likes what he's doings, or so the 84-year-old baker who comes regularly to the Farmers' Market says. Thomas, who sells such things as white and raisin bread, apple and peach turnovers and sweet potato pies, turned professional baker four years ago after working many years for the railroads, in a cola mine and driving a truck. He prefers baking, he said, because "when you like to do something it isn't. a burden to work. This is something I like to do." As his own boss, he also doesn't have to "watch the clock."

Launched At Lunch

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23
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September
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1994
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She 'snuck off' to the market in '53

She 'snuck off' to the market in '53 image
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13
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October
Year
1982
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A Day At The Ann Arbor Farmers Market, July 1999 Photographer: Kirk Speer

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Ann Arbor News, July 20, 1999
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Dan Carvalho, 13, checks out an assortment of fruit, flower and herb vinegars at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market.