Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1967
Setting their sights on their senior year at Ann Arbor High are Cindy Brown, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William E. Brown III of 2101 Belmont, and Chris Cares, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Cares of 505 Riverview. Cindy will vault to the head of the class in her brightly striped tent dress in a knit fabric. Chris will lead the way in his classic button-down collar shirt and V-neck sweater worn with hopsacking slacks. The two seniors pose at the University's Law Quadrangle. (All photos in this week's fashion series by News photographer Duane Scheel.)
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1948
Back in Ann Arbor after a 10,000-mile American Youth Hostel trip by train, truck and bicycle, across Canada and the United states, Muriel McCaslin, 16-year-old daughter of Mrs. Henrietta McCaslin, 412 E. William St., stands on the bicycle that took her on most of her sightseeing jaunts during the trip. The two packs and the bedroll on the bicycle were Muriel's sole baggage on the two-month journey.
Ypsilanti Press, June 2, 1989
Tracy Jackson, 10, of Pittsfield Township, takes a cool bike ride through the ready-made lake behind Village Townhomes caused by a water main break Thursday.
Ann Arbor News, July 12, 1952
The energy needed for an impromptu parade would seem hardly worth the efforts to adults on these hot summer days, but it's a different story with the younger set. About 20 youngsters in the Kenwood Ave. area dressed up in costume, decorated their bicycles and marched around the neighborhood. Despite all the convention activity this week, the parade apparently had no political overtones.
Ann Arbor News, January 13, 1966
University graduate student Dorothy Jane Manty of 708 W. Huron illustrates nicely how the cold weather of recent days need not hide a bicyclist's charms, though one must bundle up.
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Jacqueline Heubel was born in 1930 in Fond du Lac Wisconsin in the midst of the Great Depression. When her father regained his job on the railroad, her family moved to Eagle Grove, Iowa. She attended Iowa State Teacher's College and the University of Minnesota School of Dental Hygiene. After a few years working as a dental hygienist, she returned to teaching. Huebel taught in the Pontiac School District during the Civil Rights Era, and recalls the effects of integration on teachers and students.
Jacqueline Heubel was interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2008 as part of the Legacies Project.