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Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949

Children in Greek Costume, St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church, March 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1949
Caption
Children of the church school of St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church will help celebrate the 128th anniversary of the independence of Greece tomorrow by presenting a play depicting Greek patriotism at 8 o'clock in the evening at the school room in the church. Here the participants in the play are shown attired in Greek costumes that will be used in the production.

City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. examine the new city flag at City Hall, October 1959

City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. examine the new city flag at City Hall, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1959
Caption
NEW CITY FLAG: City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr., examine the new 3x5-foot city flag delivered to City Hall yesterday. The flag is on display in the City Council room. The flag, basically white, black and gold in color, was made up by a local firm on the basis of a design by Jean Winkelhaus, winner of a flag design contest last spring for students in the city in grades 7 through 12. A city flag originally was proposed by former Councilwoman Alicia Dwyer Pratt. Cost for the city of making the flag was $154.50, not including pole and stand.

Flag Raising At Cherry Hill School, April 1949

Flag Raising At Cherry Hill School, April 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 1, 1949
Caption
Proper respect for the American flag is the subject for the first and last lessons of the day in all of Washtenaw county's country schools. Typical of this solemn and symbolic rite was the raising at the Cherry Hill school, near the Wayne-Washtenaw county line by the group shown above. While the teacher, Mrs. Jane W. West, watches approvingly, Harry West (left) and Elizabeth Gustine raise the school's flag before the morning session starts.