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Doug Carpenter Displays Taxidermied Squirrel, February 1963

Doug Carpenter Displays Taxidermied Squirrel, February 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1963
Caption
STUFFED SQUIRREL: Doug Carpenter, 11-year-old sixth grader at Wines School took a squirrel that had been killed in traffic and stuffed it—with some guidance from his father Robert of 1312 Red Oak Rd., and eyes provided by the University Museum. It's lifelike in its limb-climbing pose.

Rajia Trivedi & His Yoda Pumpkin - Character Pumpkin Display At Wines Elementary School, October 1997

Rajia Trivedi & His Yoda Pumpkin - Character Pumpkin Display At Wines Elementary School, October 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1997
Caption
A WORK OF ART - Rajia Trivedi, a first-grader at Wines Elementary School, created a likeness of the Yoda character from "Star Wars" as his Halloween pumpkin. Students were asked to create character pumpkins without carving them and bring them to school for display. Rajia used green clay to create his Yoda.

Auditorium In New Wines Elementary School On Newport Road, April 1957

Auditorium In New Wines Elementary School On Newport Road, April 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 11, 1957
Caption
Wines School Completed: The 38x67-foot auditorium (top) [this photo] of the new, $811,000 Wines Elementary School at Newport and Sunset Rd., features indirect lighting and folding doors which can be pushed back to accommodate overflow audiences in a 25-foot-wide lobby. The auditorium leads to the library. Attractive display cases and glass-backed book shelves are visible at the library's entrance. A typical classroom (bottom view) is 28x29 feet in size, plus coat storage space. Each classroom is self-contained and features two skylights with plastic domes to increase lighting. Glass panels one-third of the way down from hallway ceilings also help brighten the classrooms. The new school will house up to 600 pupils when it is opened in September. A spokesman for Charles W. Lane & Associates of the Ann Arbor area, architect for both Wines and the new Dicken School, said Wines School is complete except for hanging classroom wardrobe doors and some finish grading, seeding, and cleanup around the school grounds.

Part Of Wines Site To Be Sold

Part Of Wines Site To Be Sold image
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12
Month
September
Year
1957
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Steel Framework For New Elementary School On Newport Rd. at Sunset Rd., June 1956

Steel Framework For New Elementary School On Newport Rd. at Sunset Rd., June 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1956
Caption
A School Building Rises: This photograph shows about one-fourth of the steel framework erected on the Newport Rd. site of a $811,865 school which will house 540 elementary children in 18 classrooms when it is completed before Sept. 1, 1957. A spokesman for McComber Detroit Sales, which is erecting the steel, said the remaining framework is expected to be in place in five more working days. Footings for the school, which is near Sunset Rd. underground work and the steel are in place about six months after Architect Charles W. Lane of Ann Arbor was awarded a contract to draw plans for this school and a similar one west of the present end of Coronado Dr. in the southwest sector of the school district.