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Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Jewelry Class, February 1955

Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Jewelry Class, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1955
Caption
SHAPING JEWELRY: Dr. Harold L. Wright, jr., a University resident physician, shapes heavy silver wire into a bracelet in the jewelry class. In night school classes, persons from all walks of life - professional, housewives, business, factory, clerical, retired - develop new interests. Mrs. Pearl Sellards, jewelry instructor, notes that some students come to her class to mount gems cut and polished in lapidary classes.

Classes For Seniors', August 1969

Classes For Seniors', August 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 13, 1969
Caption
These Ann Arbor senior citizens learned about the art of jewelry-making this summer at the renovated Burns Park Barn. The class was sponsored by the Ann Arbor Recreation Department. The department hopes to offer regular classes this fall to senior citizens on a number of interesting topics. Pictured are (from left) Emma Zemke, teacher Pearl Sellards, Fay Bileti and Jack Schwartz.