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C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955

C. William Moss Demonstrating Handmade Locomotive, December 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 26, 1955
Caption
WELL-TRAINED CHILDREN: This is what greeted the children of C. William Moss of 2304 Pittsfield Blvd., Pittsfield Village, when they awoke yesterday morning. Moss, stooping behind the homemade "locomotive," fashioned it from an oil drum and various other odds and ends. The cab's instrument panel features surplus airplane dials, one of which operates a headlight on the front of the "engine."

Headstart Participants Decorate Christmas Tree at Jones School, December 1966

Headstart Participants Decorate Christmas Tree at Jones School, December 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 12, 1966
Caption
Children, Tutors Have Party: Four children who participated in this fall's Headstart Follow Through Program help one of the tutors, Roger Spencer (right), decorate the tree at their Christmas party at Jones School. Helping trim the tree with ornaments of their own making are, left to right, Damon Guster, Steven Tweedy and Phyllis Lightfoot. The children and Spencer, who is a University student and a member of the Psychology Department's outreach program, were among 150 youngsters and tutors at the party which featured gifts and refreshments donated by various Ann Arbor merchants.

Elizabeth Hall Decorates A Christmas Tree At Cobblestone Farm, November 1989

Elizabeth Hall Decorates A Christmas Tree At Cobblestone Farm, November 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 1, 1989
Caption
OLD-FASHIONED CHRISTMAS - Elizabeth Hall, a member of the Allen School Girl Scout Troop 579, decorates a tree at Cobblestone Farm with handmade ornaments. The Cobblestone Farm, at 2781 Packard Road in Buhr Park, will present its fourth annual country Christmas Saturday and Sunday, from noon to 4 p.m. The 1844 farm will be decorated in the early Victorian style, including live music, antique toys and toy trains. There is an admission fee.