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Dorothy Eliot Views Gingerbread House, December 1961

Dorothy Eliot Views Gingerbread House, December 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 2, 1962
Caption
Dorothy Eliot views the gingerbread house and scene that has been a major point of interest in her home, 1027 Miller Ave., throughout the holiday season. Included are gingerbread cookies cut in the shape of Swedish elves. Dorothy, an Ann Arbor High School junior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johan W. Eliot.

Mr. And Mrs. Johan W. Eliot Share Their Thanksgiving Dinner With International Community, November 1965

Mr. And Mrs. Johan W. Eliot Share Their Thanksgiving Dinner With International Community, November 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1965
Caption
Americans' Thanksgiving has meaning for foreigners in Ann Arbor who were extended invitations to dinner as the result of two stories appearing in The News on behalf of the University's International Center. Dr. and Mrs. Johan W. Eliot of 1027 Miller shared the traditional American holiday with several members of the foreign community. Dr. Eliot (far left) begins carving the turkey for (reading clockwise around the table) Asmok Bhan of India, Umesh Pant of Nepal, Wera Wunaprapa of Thailand, Dainis Bisenieks of Latvia, Vinod Sodhi of India, Hope Eliot (standing), Abhay Jain of India, Tom Eliot, Holly and Chris Eliot and (backs to camera, shown at left) Dr. Meherunnissa Jinnah of Pakistan and her mother, Mrs. Jinnah. This scene was duplicated in dozens of local homes.