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Neil Sendler Is Bound By Chains At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975

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Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1975
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Neil Sendler (left) is bound by chains and Margaret Shuff stirs a witch's brew at a spook house being put on by the ROTC programs at the U-M. And what better place to hold a spook house than an old morgue? The spook house is being staged in the basement of North Hall on campus in what used to be a morgue when the building was part of the University Hospital complex. The spook house continues through tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Donations are being sent to UNICEF. (Ann Arbor News Photos by Richard Walker)

Margaret Shuff Stirs A Witch's Brew At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975

Margaret Shuff Stirs A Witch's Brew At The ROTC Spook House, October 1975 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1975
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Neil Sendler (left) is bound by chains and Margaret Shuff stirs a witch's brew at a spook house being put on by the ROTC programs at the U-M. And what better place to hold a spook house than an old morgue? The spook house is being staged in the basement of North Hall on campus in what used to be a morgue when the building was part of the University Hospital complex. The spook house continues through tonight from 6 to 9 p.m. Donations are being sent to UNICEF. (Ann Arbor News Photos by Richard Walker)
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AACHM Oral History: Gwendolyn Calvert Baker

Tue, 07/24/2018 - 12:12pm

Gwendolyn Calvert Baker was born in 1931. She talks about growing up in Ann Arbor where she began her distinguished career teaching at Wines Elementary and winning Teacher of the Year. She was also faculty at the University of Michigan’s School of Education; National Executive Director of the YWCA; a member of the New York School Board; and president and CEO of United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF).

Halloween Trick or Treating For UNICEF, October 1967

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Ann Arbor News, October 23, 1967
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The theme of "Trick or Treat for UNICEF" is reflected by three area mothers outfitting their children with Halloween costumes, UNICEF arm bands and collection cartons. The coins collected in these cartons between Oct. 25-31 will help finance some 500 vital programs for needy children and mothers in more than 100 countries. Mrs. Henry Johnson (left) hands her son Eric, 5, a UNICEF collection carton, as Mrs. Harold S. Horan, wife of 1967 UNICEF chairman here, and Mrs. Sandy Wong adjust UNICEF identification arm bands on their children, Jenny, 7, and Benjamin, 8. All three families live on Towner: The Johnsons at 2707, the Horans at 2806, and the Wongs at 2008.

Businessman Leads Drive To Erase Polio

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February
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1998
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