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Cubans Coming

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Day
4
Month
December
Year
1962
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First Baptist Church sponsors refugee family from Cuba, November 1963

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Ann Arbor News, November 12, 1963
Caption
Refugee Family Arrives: A refugee family from Cuba arrived in Ann Arbor this morning to make a new home under sponsorship of the First Baptist Church. Being greeted at the New York Central train station are Angel Ibarra, 25 (second from right), and his wife, Antonia Fornes, 24, holding their seven-month-old daughter, Carolina. At the left are Mrs. Robert L. Johnson, president of the church Women's Society, and Timmy Graves, presenting a stuffed animal for Carolina. At the right is the Rev. James H. Middleton. They were also greeted by the cold, wet weather.

The Fornes Family, Cuban Refugees, Arrive At Their New Ann Arbor Home, December 1965

The Fornes Family, Cuban Refugees, Arrive At Their New Ann Arbor Home, December 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 17, 1965
Caption
Mrs. A. Ibarra (center, carrying her son John) escorts her brother and three sisters, all Cuban refugees, to their new home here. Mrs. Ibarra and her husband (right) are also refugees and have lived in Ann Arbor for two years. The new arrivals are (left to right) Elvira Fornes, Maria Fornes, Jose Fornes (standing behind Maria), and Denia Fornes. Their new home was provided by the First Baptist Church of Ann Arbor.

Maria Christina & Jose Fornes, April 1975

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Ann Arbor News, April 12, 1975
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Maria Christina and Jose Fornes

Church To Say Hasta Siempre

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Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
April
Year
1975
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Cubans Adjust To New Life

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Day
6
Month
January
Year
1966
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