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And He Called For His Fiddlers Three - Cook & Alpha Sigma Phi, Michigras Parade, April 1956

And He Called For His Fiddlers Three - Cook & Alpha Sigma Phi,  Michigras Parade, April 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1956
Caption
NURSERY RHYME BROUGHT TO LIFE: Gay costumes and huge papier mache heads featured this float depicting Old King Cole and his fiddlers Three, traditional nursery rhyme characters.

Ceasar and Salads Float in the Michigras Parade, April 1958

Ceasar and Salads Float in the Michigras Parade, April 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1958
Caption
Williams House and Martha Cook served Caesar Salad special.

Vivian Jones, April 24, 1997

Vivian Jones, April 24, 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 24, 1997
Caption
After 47 years working at the Martha Cook house at the University of Michigan, Vivian Jones is retiring as a custodial supervisor.

Snow sculpture made by students at Martha Cook, February 1938

Snow sculpture made by students at Martha Cook, February 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 23, 1938
Caption
SCULPTURE IN SNOW: Ann Arbor was a large "art" gallery today with the weather man supplying the materials and students and townspeople lending the talent. This snowman with the Coolidge profile, leading the lady in a discrete dance step, was made by Martha Cook girls.

Florence Ruthven Welcomes First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt to University of Michigan, October 1939

Florence Ruthven Welcomes First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt to University of Michigan, October 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 26, 1939
Caption
When Two First Ladies Meet: What Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, first lady of the land, and Mrs. Alexander G. Ruthven, first lady of the University, had to say to each other while chatting together when the above photograph was taken was not reported but their expressions indicate that with womanly proclivity for "breaking the ice" they were absorbed in an animated discussion amusing to both. Mrs. Roosevelt is the guest of the Ruthvens while in Ann Arbor today to deliver a lecture.