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Michael, Roger, Cathy, & Patty - Four Members Of The "Operation Tooth Club", October 1963 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Michael, Roger, Cathy, & Patty - Four Members Of The "Operation Tooth Club", October 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1963
Caption
'OPERATION TOOTH': These four youngsters (from left, back row) Michael Harburg, 8, and Roger Fricke, 6, and (from left, front row) Cathy Sonquist, 5, and Patty Bodine, 7, proudly display their one-tooth-less grins for the benefit of The News' photographer. They have given their missing teeth to science and are members of the local "Operation Tooth Club." The long-term study was initiated in 1958.

Tilly Spencer Crafts A Parachute At Cobblestone Farm, February 1993 Photographer: Kyndell Thompson

Tilly Spencer Crafts A Parachute At Cobblestone Farm, February 1993 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 16, 1993
Caption
Meanwhile, indoors at Cobblestone Farm, 7-year-old Tilly Spencer makes a parachute during a crafts program. Both activities were designed for students who had the day off from school. Students had Monday off for the Presidents' Day holiday.

Wilson Brothers Play Basketball Behind Parkridge Community Center, June 1998 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Wilson Brothers Play Basketball Behind Parkridge Community Center, June 1998 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1998
Caption
THE WILSON FINALS - From left, the Wilson brothers, Ersell, 9, Joe, 10, and LaJon, 12, all of Ypsilanti, enjoy a friendly game of hot-weather basketball on the court behind Parkridge Center in Ypsilanti.

Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981 Photographer: Mark A. Hodney

Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
Caption
FIRST DAY - Not everyone dreaded the first day of classes in the Ann Arbor School District. Above, Bach School students, from left, Tang and Gwen Massengill and Diane Sinclair had a spring to their steps as they headed for classes this morning.

Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981 Photographer: Mark A. Hodney

Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
Caption
Bach youngsters found being in school can be a lot like playing at home. From left are Luis Hough, with his sister Diana behind him, Kelly Elrod in the center and Luther Pilkinton on the right.

Special Events Clothing Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Special Events Clothing Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
Caption
FOR SPECIAL EVENTS - Eighth grader Bill Anderson, left, wears a tan cord three-piece vested suit. His sister Beth, a second grader, liked the blue print quilted vest of this dress. The print is repeated on the sleeves of the cream-colored blouse. Tom Prescott, an eighth grader, selected a navy blue three-piece vested polyester suit.

Back-To-School Fashions Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 Photographer: Larry E. Wright

Back-To-School Fashions Modeled By Kids At Briarwood Mall, August 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1977
Caption
SCHOOL TOGS - Rugged Super Denim pants and a football T-shirt worn by Bill Anderson, left, come in assorted styles and colors. Tom Prescott's Match Factory sweater is 100 per cent wool and washable. It comes in blue, green and brown accented with two stripes of lighter colors of the main body. Beth Anderson's jumper-look dress is 100 per cent double -knit polyester. And just in case you missed those vibrant red and blue stripes in the blouse, they're repeated in the matching socks that come with the dress.