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Four Generations of the Daniels Family of Saline, October 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 14, 1938
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OLDEST AND YOUNGEST NEARLY CENTURY APART: Four generations are represented in this picture of members of the Daniels family in Saline, and there is a difference of nearly a century in the age of Alfred Daniels (center), who was 98 Sunday, and his great-grandson, Alfred Lauren Daniels, who was three months old Tuesday. Others in the picture are Mr. Daniels' son, Frank Albert Daniels (left), and his grandson, Raymond Emery Daniels, (right).

Saline Dog Goes to School, September 1940 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Saline Dog Goes to School, September 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1940
Caption
SALINE DOG AT HOME IN CLASSROOM: Merritt Martin's dog Blackie looks pretty intelligent in this picture taken in the second-grade room of the Saline schools. She has been going to school for more than a year, and she has the privileges of regular puils including a desk next to her master. She sits up like this for awhile every morning, lies down when she is tired and is lulled to sleep during the music lesson. She never makes a disturbance in the classoom.

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Hirth, Walter J.

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Zahn, Ernest M.

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Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950

Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1950
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GOES THROUGH SALINE BY DOG SLED: Cecil A. Moore, a 42-year-old fur trader, is shown above in Saline on his way from Fairbanks, Alaska, to his home in Lewiston, Me.--via dog sled and team. Moore arrived along US-112 yesterday and remained in Saline overnight. He was scheduled to mount his sled and head for Detroit and points east sometime this afternoon. (Story on page 21)