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Edward Schlanderer & Lilacs Blooming Out Of Season, September 1946

Edward Schlanderer & Lilacs Blooming Out Of Season, September 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1946
Caption
Oh the Flowers that Bloom in the Fall: Edward R. Schlanderer, 727 Miller Ave, rubbed his eyes, but they were still there- the four blossoms on the French lilac bush in his back yard. A 78-year-old retired cabinetmaker, Mr. Schlanderer's hobby is flowers, and in all his experience he has never seen a September-blooming lilac, nor, for that matter, has he ever heard of one. The blossoms first appeared a week ago.

Roberto Clemente Students Caroling At Miller Manor, December 1974

Roberto Clemente Students Caroling At Miller Manor, December 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1974
Caption
Students in Ann Arbor's newest program, the Roberto Clemente Student Development Center, enjoy participating in an old-fashioned Christmas activity, caroling, at Miller Manor. The staff and students at the center for those students who are suspended or do not do well in the traditional school also sang at Hillside Terrace, Arbor Heights, St. Joseph Hospital, Beyer Hospital, Ypsilanti State Hospital and Balas Administration Building.

Edward R. Dow, Sr.

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7
Month
January
Year
1946
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Figg, Mrs. Hazen (Estella)

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12
Month
October
Year
1980
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Second Baptist Church Provides Thanksgiving Day Dinner to Miller Manor Residents, November 2005

Second Baptist Church Provides Thanksgiving Day Dinner to Miller Manor Residents, November 2005 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 25, 2005
Caption
The Rev. Yolanda Whiten, left, of the Second Baptist Church of Ann Arbor, gets a hug from Shemeka Hightower, a resident of Miller Manor, after Whiten and several volunteers from her church put on a Thanksgiving dinner at the residence Thursday.

Ann Arbor Public Housing Youth Group Member Sheri Shipman Ready For Week-Long Trip, July 1973

Ann Arbor Public Housing Youth Group Member Sheri Shipman Ready For Week-Long Trip, July 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1973
Caption
Off To See The Sights - Sheri Shipmon -- in the striped blouse -- and Mrs. Shipmon are among those saying their good-byes as 41 members of the Ann Arbor public housing youth clubs and six adult chaperones leave for a one-week charter bus trip that will take in sights from Ottawa, Ont., to New York City and Mammoth Cave National Park. Even before the bus left Monday evening, the little guy in the foreground was obviously missing someone who went on the tour. The trip was planned after the youths found they were falling short of efforts to raise enough money, through events conducted during recent months, to meet their original goal of a trip to London and Paris. (Ann Arbor News Photo By Jack Stubbs)