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Dave & Beth Pennington - Collectors Of Spinning Wheels, October 1975

Dave & Beth Pennington - Collectors Of Spinning Wheels, October 1975 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 27, 1975
Caption
Dave and Beth Pennington once thought a spinning wheel would look nice next to their fireplace. It did. And now they have 115 of them...or more, depending on who's counting.

Donald A. Yates & Collection Of Ellery Queen Mystery Novels, September 1954

Donald A. Yates & Collection Of Ellery Queen Mystery Novels, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 25, 1954
Caption
ELLERY QUEEN MYSTERY FAN: That's Donald A. Yates peering through his collection of Ellery Queen mystery novels and magazines. His search for rare and autographed copies of Ellery Queen novels has taken him on travels throughout the East and Midwest.

Marion Bader and Margaret Cameron With New Art Print Collection, March 1969

Marion Bader and Margaret Cameron With New Art Print Collection, March 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1969
Caption
Preview Of Prints Mrs. Arno L. Bader (left), chairman of the book committee of the Ladies' Library Association, and Mrs. George G. Cameron, the Associate secretary, are surrounded by the print collection which the Ann Arbor Public Library will begin circulating on April 7, The Ladies Library Association gave the "seed money" for the 53 prints. They will be on display this week at the library before they begin circulating.

Dragonflies at University of Michigan Museum, September 1947

Dragonflies at University of Michigan Museum, September 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1947
Caption
The dragon fly pictured above, one of the 60,000 specimens in the University Museum collection, has a six-inch wing span and is one of the larger members of the order Odonata. This one comes from British Guiana, northern South America.

The Collectors, July 1986

The Collectors, July 1986 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1986
Caption
John Johnson (left) has 50 models of the space shuttle. He's looking for tacky ones, saying the white models have become too commonplace.