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Accident Scene Of Parked Car Hit On N. Fourth Avenue, June 1947

Accident Scene Of Parked Car Hit On N. Fourth Avenue, June 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 16, 1947
Caption
THREE CHILDREN HURT IN PARKED CAR: Kenneth, 3, and Herbert, 5 - sons of Dunbar Center director Douglas Williams - and Jackie Taylor, 7, of 114 E. Kingsley St., suffered minor cuts and bruises when the above car, in which they were sitting, was knocked through the plate-glass window of Sadie's Beauty Shop by another machine that went out of control in the 200 block of N. Fourth Ave. this morning. The other automobile, being driven the wrong way down the one-way street by Jack A. Predovich, 26, a disabled war veteran, hit two other vehicles and burst into flames after knocking down a gasoline pump at the Abbott Gasoline station, N. Fourth and Ann. The driver was only slightly injured.

Perry School Students' Christmas Play, December 18, 1959

Perry School Students' Christmas Play, December 18, 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1959
Caption
Perry School children presented their annual Christmas play Thursday afternoon, for students and parents. The Christmas story was centered around a holiday spent in an orphanage. Youngsters who appeared in the second scene, wearing costumes of their native land, who portrayed what the holiday season meant to them are left to right, seated, Sharon Green, Charles Johnson, Grace McGuire, Melvin Bass, Bonta Bow, Lawrence Rice, Claudette Porter, Lacy Horne, Marie White, Gloria Gray and Izena Reed. Standing are Gail Gore, representing the Star Gleam, LaMar Hudson, Timothy Ryan, Edward Rice, Susan Bass, David Hunter, Kenneth Easley, Gloria Atkins, Gladys Phelps, Sadie Stover, Kenneth Williams, John Fortune and Marilyn Ferrell, portraying the role of Spirit of Christmas.

Perry School Students' Christmas Play, December 18, 1959

Perry School Students' Christmas Play, December 18, 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 18, 1959
Caption
Perry School children presented their annual Christmas play Thursday afternoon, for students and parents. The Christmas story was centered around a holiday spent in an orphanage. Youngsters who appeared in the second scene, wearing costumes of their native land, who portrayed what the holiday season meant to them are left to right, seated, Sharon Green, Charles Johnson, Grace McGuire, Melvin Bass, Bonta Bow, Lawrence Rice, Claudette Porter, Lacy Horne, Marie White, Gloria Gray and Izena Reed. Standing are Gail Gore, representing the Star Gleam, LaMar Hudson, Timothy Ryan, Edward Rice, Susan Bass, David Hunter, Kenneth Easley, Gloria Atkins, Gladys Phelps, Sadie Stover, Kenneth Williams, John Fortune and Marilyn Ferrell, portraying the role of Spirit of Christmas.

At the Dunbar Center, May 1944 Photographer: Eck Stanger

At the Dunbar Center, May 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1944
Caption
ARRANGE PLANS: Talking over plans at the Dunbar Center for its celebration to be held tomorrow afternoon are (right to left), Douglas E. H. Williams, executive secretary of the Center, Mrs. Roberta Ellis Britt, and Mrs. Ethel Cromwell, assistant. Mrs. Britt is holding little Kenneth Williams, who was born the day before Christmas. The Center Service flag contains 116 stars, but there are 51 others who will be represented on a second flag.

Williams, Sylvester, Jr.

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