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University of Michigan at War: Company A Singers, July 1943 Photographer: Eck Stanger

University of Michigan at War: Company A Singers, July 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 29, 1943
Caption
ALL-SOLDIER CHOIR OF COMPANY A REHEARSES FOR CONCERT: Army men of the soldiers' chorus of Company A spend an average of three hours a week rehearsing under Bill Sawyer's direction for a concert they will give on Aug. 15 in Hill auditorium. In addition to the summer concert, the men will present songs and skits on Army life in a half-hour radio program over WJR this Saturday and again on Aug. 7. A large percentage of the men were members of the chorus when Company A presented its musical comedy, "Nips in the Bud" in the spring. In the above picture Bill Sawyer is shown at the right directing the chorus in one of the songs being prepared for the Aug. 15 concert.

Ann Arbor High School A Cappella Choir Members Wrap Christmas Gifts At Goodyear's Department Store, December 1964 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Ann Arbor High School A Cappella Choir Members Wrap Christmas Gifts At Goodyear's Department Store, December 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1964
Caption
Customers at Goodyear's Department Store, 122 S. Main, are finding that frequently they are getting songs with their gift-wrapping service during the pre-Christmas period. The reason is that several members of the Ann Arbor High School A Cappella Choir have been employed as gift-wrappers. Other girls also employed for wrapping have been worked into the singing phases.

Jess Obanner Sings At A University Of Michigan Service Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., January 1989 Photographer: Marcia Watson

Jess Obanner Sings At A University Of Michigan Service Honoring Martin Luther King Jr., January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 16, 1989
Caption
Gospel Choir director Jess Obanner raises his hands in praise during the University of Michigan's Martin Luther King observance at the Michigan Union Ballroom Sunday. Several singing groups were on hand for the packed 11 a.m. service which featured a message by King associate the Rev. Will Herzfeld of Oakland, Calif.