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New Ann Arbor Child Development Center, First Presbyterian Church, August 1969

New Ann Arbor Child Development Center, First Presbyterian Church, August 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 17, 1969
Caption
Getting ready to attend the new Ann Arbor Child Development Center to be located in the First Presbyterian Church this fall are four local youngsters. The center is designed mainly for low-income mothers who are working or going back to school. Pictured are (from right) Mrs. Vanelle Williams, Wendy and Pamela Williams, Charles Williams, and Lavonda Wilson. Mrs. Williams is chairman of the Community Committee which helped start the center. In the background are Mrs. Anne Shain (right), newly-appointed director of the center, and Mrs. Alice Wilson. Thirty children--aged 2 1/2 to 5--will attend the center, partly financed by the city.

Jones Elementary School - Preschool Students At Snack Time With Teacher, Anne Shain, March 1965

Jones Elementary School - Preschool Students At Snack Time With Teacher, Anne Shain, March 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1965
Caption
One of the longest segments of the morning and afternoon pre-school sessions at Jones School is milk and snack time. The children are quieter and more relaxed than at other times, and they are encouraged to talk about anything that's on their minds, according to the teacher pictured, Mrs. Anne Shain.