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Fall Golf Fashions Modeled At Barton Hills Country Club, September 1957

Fall Golf Fashions Modeled At Barton Hills Country Club, September 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1957
Caption
SWINGING INTO FALL: Modeling at the fashion show staged yesterday for women golfers at Barton Hills Country Club are (left to right) Mrs. Douglas Gregory, Mrs. George Lowrey, Mrs. Robert Langford and Mrs. William E. Brown, jr. Mrs. Gregory wears a black and white tweed skirt with a sweater hand-screened to match. Mrs. Lowrey and Mrs. Langford are wearing raccoon coats of the 1930 vintage over knickers, which are replacing Bermuda shorts on the golf links this fall. Mrs. Brown's sweater is designed to look like a cardigan over a slipover. The clothes are from the Mademoiselle Shop.

Ypsilanti High School Athletes Featured On Polio Poster, December 1953

Ypsilanti High School Athletes Featured On Polio Poster, December 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 7, 1953
Caption
Stricken Athletes On Polio Poster - Two Ypsilanti High School athletes stricken with polio during the football season will be on the 1954 March of Dimes poster to be used during the January drive for funds to fight the disease. They are James Bush (left), 17, son of Leroy Bush of 19 N. Hamilton St., and Lloyd Henry, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernor Henry of 3227 N. Prospect Rd. Both are patients at University Hospital, Ann Arbor. With them as they look over the polio poster layout is Mrs. Robert Langford, executive secretary of the Washtenaw chapter of the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis. Edwards Bros., Inc., is making and donating the posters for the drive.

Stricken Athletes On Polio Poster

Stricken Athletes On Polio Poster image
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Day
7
Month
December
Year
1953
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