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Ann Arbor Firemen Enjoy Watching Their New Television Set, May 1949

Ann Arbor Firemen Enjoy Watching Their New Television Set, May 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 31, 1949
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Nope, it's not a lecture course. It's an after-chores television show at the Ann Arbor fire station. Three months ago, the firemen passed the bucket for $5 a man and drew $300 more from their union treasury to buy a 16-inch television set for the station. Now the only thing the firemen would rather do than watch a ball game or a prize fight on the new set is go to a fire.

New entrance to the Hands-On Museum

New entrance to the Hands-On Museum image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 2000
Caption
At top, the museum's colorful and contemporary new entrance.

Michael Morningstar checks out his image on a television monitor at the Hands-On Museum

Michael Morningstar checks out his image on a television monitor at the Hands-On Museum image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 2000
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Michael Morningstar, 13, of Saline, checks out his image on a television monitor where a fake background coupled with the green cloth he was holding made it look like his bodiless head was floating with the fish in an undersea scene at the Ann Arbor Hands On Museum

Hands-On Museum's new water table a draw for preschoolers

Hands-On Museum's new water table a draw for preschoolers image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 2000
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Raymond Tague, 3, of Commerce Township, plays at the new water table for preschoolers on a recent Saturday.

The new whispering dish at the Hands-On Museum

The new whispering dish at the Hands-On Museum image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 5, 2000
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Alexis Hackett, 6, Jackson, talks to her mother across the room with the help of the whispering dish at the Hands-On Museum. With four times its former space, the museum is attracting larger crowds and more members. At top, the museum's colorful and contemporary new entrance.

Setting up the displays in the ScienceWorks Labs area of the Hands-On Museum

Setting up the displays in the ScienceWorks Labs area of the Hands-On Museum image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 17, 1999
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Becky Hattner, an educator at the Hands-On Museum, sets up displays in the ScienceWorks Labs area in the museum's new addition. The ScienceWorks Labs will be used for classroom school programs and activities during the week and drop-in activities on the weekends open to all children.