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Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967

Steven O'Neal Models Back To School Fashions On The Diag With Connie & Chris Jahnke, September 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 5, 1967
Caption
Up in the air over his new school outfit is Steven O'Neal, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William O'Neal of 1615 Pear Street. He wears corduroy pants in the new "thick 'n thin" wale, color-matched with a ribbed turtleneck sweater. Sporting the fall look on the ground are Connie and Chris Jahnke, twin children of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Jahnke of 3121 Dexter Road. Connie wears the mini-version of the elongated sweater dress in gold with green edging and the new tassled kilt socks. Her brother is quite the young man in his mid-wale corduroy slacks, and a knit turtleneck shirt with the V-insert effect. Steven will enter second grade at Northside Elementary, while the twins will be second graders at St. Thomas School. The scene is the University's Diagonal on central campus.

Mary Ann Birton With Twin Daughters Born On Different Days, November 1957

Mary Ann Birton With Twin Daughters Born On Different Days, November 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1957
Caption
DIFFERENT BIRTHDAYS: It's a bit unusual for twins to have different birthdays, but that's the case with Mrs. Jessie Birton's twin girls, who are getting ready to leave St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. Janice Marie (left) arrived on Nov. 7 and Jeanette was born 26 minutes later - on Nov. 8. The Birtons have nine other children at home.

Seventh-Grade Twins, Karen & Kim Clark, Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968

Seventh-Grade Twins, Karen & Kim Clark, Model Back-To-School Fashions, September 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1968
Caption
All Paths Lead To School. Walking stone walls beats walking sidewalks, and the added height gives a better view of back-to-school finery. The seventh-grade twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Clark of 1515 Creal Crescent, Karen (in front) and Kim, aren't look-alikes and don't dress identically. Yet both agree that dropped waist dresses with pleated skirts are right for their action-packed moments at Forsythe Junior High School. Karen's cream-colored sweater blends with her wine-colored wool jumper which has a solid top and houndstooth checked skirt. Kim wears a wool flannel dress in white and grey with a camel self-belt - a color combination touted for fall.

Kathy Hubbs with her Four Month Old Twins, June 1992

Kathy Hubbs with her Four Month Old Twins, June 1992 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, June 14, 1992
Caption
Kathy Hubbs literally has her hands full with her almost-4-month old fraternal twins Nathan, left, and Shelby in her Wharton Street home Wednesday afternoon.

Five Sets Of Twins At St. Thomas Catholic School, April 1937

Five Sets Of Twins At St. Thomas Catholic School, April 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 12, 1937
Caption
PROBLEM IN DOUBLES: St. Thomas Catholic school boasts five pairs of twins, pictured above. Two of the pairs are brother and sister combinations and the others are girls. The girls, dressed alike, frequently present a problem in identity. Left to right are: Irene and Anthony D'Agostino, 7 years old; Hilda and Helen Heinzmann, 9 years old; Guadaloupe and Martina Bedolla, both 7; and Raymond and Cecile Hurtubise, 7 years old; and in back Corrine and Lorraine Kester, 10 years old.

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Four Sets of Twins To Graduate From Ann Arbor High School, June 1953

Four Sets of Twins To Graduate From Ann Arbor High School, June 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 10, 1953
Caption
Ann Arbor High School's commencement exercises at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Hill Auditorium will have double significance for four Ann Arbor families. Four sets of twins will receive their diplomas. They are (left to right) Bill and Berky Blashfield, Duane and Dolores Peterson, Karl and Linda Pfiffner and Don and Bill Koch. The Kochs are the only identical twins.