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Students Build A Snow Woman In Front Of The International Cultural Exchange Building, December 19, 1973

Students Build A Snow Woman In Front Of The International Cultural Exchange Building, December 19, 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 31, 1969
Caption
An international snow woman with flags of more than 50 countries pinned to her skirt gets a final pat from Jose Barbera (left) of Madrid, Spain, who never before had seen snow before coming to Ann Arbor as an exchange student. Two other high school students who never had seen snow before leaving their native countries are Ignacia Almeida (center) of Quito, Ecuador, and Christiane Thielcke of West Berlin. They built the international snow person in front of the International Cultural Exchange, 290 S. Wagner Rd., Scio Township.

Visiting Japanese High School Students With Kiwanis Club Sponsors, August 1, 1970

Visiting Japanese High School Students With Kiwanis Club Sponsors, August 1, 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 1, 1970
Caption
Standing in front of a welcome sign in Japanese for them on a portable billboard, 12 boys and 5 girls from Kagoshima, Japan, are greeted by (left to right), Stan White, Fred Ziesemer and Jules Schaffer representing the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor. Arriving yesterday, the high school students will stay with local families during their 10-day visit, which is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club. This is the fifth summer that students from Kagoshima have visited Ann Arbor.

Visiting Japanese High School Students Tour University Hospital, August 9, 1970

Visiting Japanese High School Students Tour University Hospital, August 9, 1970 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1970
Caption
A tour of University Hospital was taken by several of the Japanese students from Kagoshima last Monday. Dr. Norio Endo (left), a Japanese physician on the hospital staff shows (from left) Shizuke Kishino, Yoichiro Higashi and, at the microscope, Tomoko Nakamura.

Visiting Japanese High School Students Enjoy Playing Baseball Against Ann Arbor Students At Dicken School, August 9, 1970

Visiting Japanese High School Students Enjoy Playing Baseball Against Ann Arbor Students At Dicken School, August 9, 1970 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1970
Caption
A favorite sport in both the United States and Japan is baseball. So a game was played Wednesday at the Dicken School playground between the Japanese high school students from Kagoshima who have been visiting Ann Arbor and their American hosts and hostesses. Who won? The Japanese pupils!

Freedom Impresses Japanese Youth

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Day
8
Month
August
Year
1976
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Visitors Leave Wealth Of Memories

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Day
14
Month
August
Year
1975
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Fun Time For Visitors

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Parent Issue
Day
8
Month
August
Year
1973
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