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Santa Visits Tommy McIntyre At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, December 1948

Santa Visits Tommy McIntyre At St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, December 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 17, 1948
Caption
'A RIGHT JOLLY OLD ELF -': During Santa's visit with patients in St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital yesterday afternoon, he stopped by the bedsides of some of the children who couldn't be moved to the auditorium where a Christmas open house was held. Here, St. Nick cheers 18-month-old Tommy G. McIntyre of Monroe.

Santa Chats With Young Patients At The St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Christmas Open House, December 1948

Santa Chats With Young Patients At The St. Joseph Mercy Hospital Christmas Open House, December 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 17, 1948
Caption
'AND YOU CAN BRING ME -': Main attraction, of course, at the Christmas Open House held by the sisters and staff of St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital for children patients was the man with the white whiskers and the deep laugh. Some of the party-goers able to attend the affair in the hospital auditorium are clustered around Santa Claus and, presumably, the little fellow on Santa's knee is only about half-way through his Christmas list. In the evening, staff members presented a program of entertainment for child and adult patients from the auditorium stage.

Santa Arrives At A Christmas Party For Wines Elementary Preschoolers & Northside Senior Citizens, December 1973

Santa Arrives At A Christmas Party For Wines Elementary Preschoolers & Northside Senior Citizens, December 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 21, 1973
Caption
"That's not Santa Claus. That's a man in there," came the cry from one 4-year-old when he spied the jolly man in the red suit. And right he was. Senior citizen Arthur Smith volunteered for the role. Joyce Dean and Patty Garber from the staff of the preschool program at Wines Elementary School, introduced him. It was all part of the fun shared by members of the Northside Senior Citizens Association and the preschoolers from Wines at a joint Christmas party.

The Legault Triplets Visit Santa, December 1965

The Legault Triplets Visit Santa, December 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1965
Caption
It could be that Santa may have a bit of trouble remembering what he promised to each of three sisters - the 2 1/2-year-old triplet daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Legault of 1520 Long Shore Dr. The girls, along with four-year-old brother Daniel (right), visited Santa in his S. Main igloo yesterday. One of the triplets, Nancy, a bit handicapped by a broken leg, is seated on her mother's lap. The other triplets (left to right) are Tina and Rachel.