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Bach Students Receive Letters From Taiwanese Pen Pals, January 1989 Photographer: Robert Chase

Bach Students Receive Letters From Taiwanese Pen Pals, January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 10, 1989
Caption
Pen Pals: Jakai Cameron (left), Charlie Hardy, and Ali Curtis, members of Bach Open School's combined fourth and fifth grade, look over letters they got from pen pals in Taiwan. Below, Alan Wennersten looks over his letter with teacher Beverly Sayed. It was the first day of school after the holiday, and the class found the letters from their Taiwan friends waiting for them. One Taiwan student says his schoolmaster, a Mr. Chen, is 'very humorous.' Bach pupil Benjamin Martz wrote his pen pal that he and his classmates eat a lot of hotdogs and hamburgers. While some were 'delicious,' others were 'disgusting!'

Bach Student Alan Wennersten Receives Letter From Taiwanese Pen Pal, January 1989 Photographer: Robert Chase

Bach Student Alan Wennersten Receives Letter From Taiwanese Pen Pal, January 1989 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 10, 1989
Caption
Pen Pals: Jakai Cameron (left), Charlie Hardy, and Ali Curtis, members of Bach Open School's combined fourth and fifth grade, look over letters they got from pen pals in Taiwan. Below, Alan Wennersten looks over his letter with teacher Beverly Sayed. It was the first day of school after the holiday, and the class found the letters from their Taiwan friends waiting for them. One Taiwan student says his schoolmaster, a Mr. Chen, is 'very humorous.' Bach pupil Benjamin Martz wrote his pen pal that he and his classmates eat a lot of hotdogs and hamburgers. While some were 'delicious,' others were 'disgusting!'

Bach Elementary School, May 11, 2020 Photographer: Amy Cantu

Bach Elementary School, May 11, 2020 image

Bach Elementary School, May 11, 2020 Photographer: Amy Cantu

Bach Elementary School, May 11, 2020 image

Beverley Stierle, left, and Julia Ross, show off their pets for the Bach school pet show, June 1944 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Beverley Stierle, left, and Julia Ross, show off their pets for the Bach school pet show, June 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1944
Caption
'PERK' MEETS 'DEXTER'--But "Dexter," the seven-week-old pet pig, seems somewhat disdainful and ignores the apparent friendliness of "Perk," week-old pet kid, who is happily snuggled in the arms of his little mistress, Beverley Stierle (left), of 1029 Woodbridge Blvd. Much interested in her pet's piggish antics is Julia Ross (right), of 616 W. Madison St. The girls, Bach school pupils, entered "Perk" and "Dexter" in the Bach school pet show which boasted 10 animal species. Mrs. Florence Hiscock was the teacher in charge.