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Ronald Hieber wins the Cub Kite Tourney, April 1942

Ronald Hieber wins the Cub Kite Tourney, April 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1942
Caption
WINS CUB KITE TOURNEY: Ronald Hieber (above), cub scout at Bach school, kept his kite at 350 feet for 20 minutes yesterday to win the grand prize in the first scout kite contest of the season at the school playground.

World Record Holder Phillip Kunz With His Kites, July 1966

World Record Holder Phillip Kunz With His Kites, July 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 12, 1966
Caption
Kite Goes 'Way Up: Phillip Kunz of 1666-5 Cram Circle and his son Jay, 5, show the apparatus they used to send a kite five miles into the sky—considered a world's record. Fishing line was wound on the homemade reel and then attached to the 29-cent drugstore kite with Kunz's handkerchief as a kit tail. Residents of Bern, Idaho, where Kunz made his record flight said at first they thought that the kite was a UFO.

Kite Flying At Burns Park, March 1964

Kite Flying At Burns Park, March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1964
Caption
VACATION FUN: Typical of hundreds of children spending their first day of spring vacation out of doors are these three friends trying out their kites at Burns Park. From left are Eddie Willis, 1016 Martin Pl., Fred Phelps, 1006 Avon Rd., and Mark Lohela, 924 S. Forest Ave. Area shopping areas reported better than usual business, too.

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Flying A Kite On The First Day Of Spring, March 1953

Flying A Kite On The First Day Of Spring, March 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 21, 1953
Caption
Kites soaring high in the sky are traditional symbols of spring, and Peter (left) and Charles Hollis of 1309 Olivia Ave. are right in tune with the new season. The dog is getting into the act none to helpfully by entangling himself in the surplus kite string.