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Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971

Elizabeth and Rose Marie Cohen Sew Ties for Beth Israel Sisterhood Bazaar, October 1971 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 31, 1971
Caption
Bazaar Work Keeps 'Em Busy The fact that sleigh bells and holly are weeks away hasn't stopped area women from planning traditional bazaars and holiday sales. In the picture at the left, members of Westminster Presbyterian Church select apples and cider for the annual church bazaar. A tub of polished apples, "handpicked" by. from the left, Mrs. Bruce Welch, Mrs. William Dowling and Mrs. Rankin Swan, will be featured at the country store. In addition, items ranging from baked goods to antiques to books to novelties will be available. In the picture above, Elizabeth, left, and Rose Marie Cohen put the finishing touches on a group of especially handsome handmade ties which will be sold at the Beth Israel Sisterhood bazaar. Foods, baked goods, handcrafted jewelry, pottery, Chanukah decorations and other items also will be featured, as well as a booth of white elephant "treasures."

Heirloom Wedding Gowns Shown at Mother-Daughter Breakfast, St. Thomas Lutheran Church, May 1967

Heirloom Wedding Gowns Shown at Mother-Daughter Breakfast, St. Thomas Lutheran Church, May 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1967
Caption
Heirloom Gowns A display of heirloom wedding gowns highlighted the St. Thomas Lutheran Church mother-daughter banquet Wednesday. Mrs. Norman Houk of North lake (left) modeled the gown her mother wore in 1929. Fashioned of glory white satin and lace ruffles, it cost $3.50. Miss Janet Haab of 3710 Pleasant Lake Road modeled her great, great aunt's two-piece 1908 gown which is trimmed with blue velvet and lace.

Mrs. Blanche Kays, Mrs. Doris Kraushaar, and Carol Kraushaar Model Antique Dresses for First Methodist Church Banquet, May 1953

Mrs. Blanche Kays, Mrs. Doris Kraushaar, and Carol Kraushaar Model Antique Dresses for First Methodist Church Banquet, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1953
Caption
Mother- Daughter Models Mrs. J. Warren Kays of Olivia Ave. is shown wearing a dress, vintage 1870, which she will model in the program planned by the First Methodist Church for its mother-daughter banquet Friday. Her daughter, Mrs. Donald Kraushaar of E. Washington St. and her granddaughter, Carol Kraushaar, are also wearing clothes of another era. Mrs. Kraushaar is gowned in a wedding dress of the early 1900's and Carol is dressed in a 43-year-old coat.

Mrs. Koella Inspects Windbreaker, October 1941

Mrs. Koella Inspects Windbreaker, October 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1941
Caption
INSPECTING THE FIRST WINDBREAKER JERKIN FOR WOMEN IN THE BRITISH SERVICE: The group of Ann Arbor women who have been making jackets of scrap leather for British seamen has started to make the jerkins for women in home defense work and has the first of these jackets for women on display. At the home of Mrs. Charles E. Koella in the Cutting, where the group meets to work each Wednesday afternoon, this original jacket was shown yesterday. From the left above are Mrs. Koella, Mrs. John N. Stalker of Grosse Pointe Shores, and Mrs. Carl Dahlstrom of Horman Ct. Many new workers are sought to help meet the great need for these garments. All materials are supplied without cost, and instruction is given at the weekly open house which is held by Mrs. Koella for all women interested. The jackets may be seen in the windows of the Elizabeth Dillon shop, the C. J. Hutzel shops, Jacobson's, and Slater's book store, also at the Michigan League and at the Woman's Exchange in the Nickels Arcade, where the women's jacket is shown.

Chinese Ceremonial Robes Shown By Mrs. Kamer Aga-Oglu, University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, January 1948

Chinese Ceremonial Robes Shown By Mrs. Kamer Aga-Oglu, University of Michigan Museum of Anthropology, January 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 5, 1948
Caption
Colorful Chinese Robes Shown in Campus Exhibit Mrs. Kamer Aga-Oglu, assistant curator of the Division of the Orient in the University's Museum of Anthropology, displays two of the Chinese garments included in the Museum's collection of Chinese ceremonial robes of the Ch'ing dynasty The table and drum chairs in the picture are part of a collection of Chinese furniture which was donated to the University Museum by the Chinese government following the World Exposition in New Orleans in 1884. The furniture is marble-topped, and the hard wood is inlaid with foliage designs in mother-of-pearl.

Sandi Bishop And Joan Gold At The Ann Arbor Artisans Market, July 1994

Sandi Bishop And Joan Gold At The Ann Arbor Artisans Market, July 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1994
Caption
Hat artist Sandi Bishop of Fenton, left, helps her friend and customer, Joan Gold of Birmingham, try one of her wares at the Ann Arbor Artisans Market. The market is open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sundays.

Eureka Cleaners, 1977

Eureka Cleaners, 1977 image

Fall Golf Fashions Modeled At Barton Hills Country Club, September 1957

Fall Golf Fashions Modeled At Barton Hills Country Club, September 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1957
Caption
SWINGING INTO FALL: Modeling at the fashion show staged yesterday for women golfers at Barton Hills Country Club are (left to right) Mrs. Douglas Gregory, Mrs. George Lowrey, Mrs. Robert Langford and Mrs. William E. Brown, jr. Mrs. Gregory wears a black and white tweed skirt with a sweater hand-screened to match. Mrs. Lowrey and Mrs. Langford are wearing raccoon coats of the 1930 vintage over knickers, which are replacing Bermuda shorts on the golf links this fall. Mrs. Brown's sweater is designed to look like a cardigan over a slipover. The clothes are from the Mademoiselle Shop.