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Spring Cleanup Yields 78 Bags Of Yard Refuse In Front Of 2101 Belmont Road, April 1972

Spring Cleanup Yields 78 Bags Of Yard Refuse In Front Of 2101 Belmont Road, April 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1972
Caption
Another sign of spring is in evidence in front of the home of Dr. William E. Brown III, 2101 Belmont Rd. Exactly 78 plastic bags full of leaves, twigs and other natural yard refuse left over by winter are neatly lined up along the curb waiting to be collected by city trucks. The outdoor spring cleanup project that produced such sizeable results was conducted all last week after school by the Browns' son, Bill, and two friends. At a quarter a bag, a kid could get rich.

Barton Golfers Are Still After Birdies

Barton Golfers Are Still After Birdies image
Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
December
Year
1939
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Cindy, Bill, & Shary Brown In Their Halloween Costumes, October 1958

Cindy, Bill, & Shary Brown In Their Halloween Costumes, October 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1958
Caption
Boo! Children of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Brown III of Granger Ave. will look like this on Halloween night. Cindy (left) will be dressed as Robin Hood, Bill (center), as a ghost, and Shary (right), as a one-horned, one-eyed, purple people eater.