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Tricia Decisions AAU

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20
Month
June
Year
1975
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Civil Aeronautics Administration and Ann Arbor Public School Officials Meet at Carpenter School, May 1953

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 12, 1953
Caption
Teachers, representatives from the county superintendent's office and the Civil Aeronautics Administration met yesterday at the Carpenter School, near Washtenaw and Carpenter Rds. to discuss courses in aviation which will be taught at that school next fall. Shown addressing the teachers (left to right, with back to camera) are Dr. Forest G. Averill, assistant superintendent of schools at Lansing, Horace S. Gilbert of the CAA, Fred Waite of the Michigan Department of Aeronautics and Dr. Lewis Beeson of the Michigan Historical Commission. Sponsors for the meeting were Julius Haab, county superintendent of schools and his assistant, Howard Thayer.

Meadowview School Added To Clinic

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14
Month
April
Year
1954
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Schools' Future Aired

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13
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February
Year
1964
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School Closing Discussed

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27
Month
April
Year
1972
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Meadowview School Closing Is Supported

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Day
4
Month
May
Year
1972
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Carlene Gardner with Cotton Plant, October 1964

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 5, 1964
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Success At Last: Carlene Gardner of 2829 Carlton who will celebrate her eight birthday tomorrow is shown here with a cotton plant she has raised to maturity after unsuccessful tries during the two previous summers. A student at Carpenter school, she is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Gardner. Her father is a teacher at Tappan Junior High School. By covering the plant at night it had now been brought to the stage where it is beginning to produce cotton. But Jack Frost may soon get in his killing work.