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New Wines Elementary School Playground Structure Tested By Children, June 1963 Photographer: Eck Stanger

New Wines Elementary School Playground Structure Tested By Children, June 1963 image
Year:
1963
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, June 18, 1963
Caption:
IMAGINATION, UNLIMITED: This freeform maze of magnesium plates, pipes, gadgets and gizmos is being tested by a scrambling crew of youngsters before being set up at Wines Elementary School. A relic of radar equipment from the aircraft carrier Bennington, scrapped after World War II, this "you-name-it" is one of two playground devices being assembled by Charles Baird, owner of Ann Arbor Grinders, 1354 N. Main St. Two others will be adapted and erected by the city Parks Department.

Children Swing On A Bar At West Park, June 1949

Children Swing On A Bar At West Park, June 1949 image
Year:
1949
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1949
Caption:
In the second row, the toy band and the bar-swingers are playing in West Park, and the little paddlers are in the shallows at Island Park. The crucial horseshoe pit measurement is taking place at West Park; the intent ping-ponger was caught at Allmendinger Park; and the football pass play was broken up at Burns Park.