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Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981 Photographer: Mark A. Hodney

Tang Massengill, Gwen Massengill, & Diane Sinclair, Walk To Bach School On The First Day, September 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
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FIRST DAY - Not everyone dreaded the first day of classes in the Ann Arbor School District. Above, Bach School students, from left, Tang and Gwen Massengill and Diane Sinclair had a spring to their steps as they headed for classes this morning.

Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981 Photographer: Mark A. Hodney

Bach School Kindergartners Explore Classroom Toys On The First Day Of School, September 1981 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 9, 1981
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Bach youngsters found being in school can be a lot like playing at home. From left are Luis Hough, with his sister Diana behind him, Kelly Elrod in the center and Luther Pilkinton on the right.
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AACHM Oral History: Mary McDade, Alma Wheeler Smith, and Nancy Cornelia Wheeler

Wed, 09/22/2021 - 10:55am

Mary Wheeler McDadeMary McDade was born in Columbia, South Carolina in 1939, but grew up in Ann Arbor. Her parents Albert and Emma Wheeler were active in local politics and civil rights. As a college student, McDade helped found the University of Michigan chapter of the NAACP. She moved to Peoria, Illinois with her husband Joe Billy McDade in 1963. After raising four children, she built a career in law. McDade graduated from the University of Illinois College of Law and she has been a justice of the Illinois Appellate Court since 2000.

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Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Support A Yes Vote On The Constitutional Convention Proposal, November 1960

Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Support A Yes Vote On The Constitutional Convention Proposal, November 1960 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1960
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PROMOTES CON-CON: The Ann Arbor League of Women Voters today stationed members in front of every polling place in the city, with signs urging a "yes" vote on the con-con proposal. Here, Mrs. Robert McNamara parades in front of the polling place at Bach School.

Famine Fund Total Reaches $9,080

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1946
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Bach School Kindergartners Make Pudding For Valentines Day - February 14, 1956

Bach School Kindergartners Make Pudding For Valentines Day - February 14, 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1956
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PARTY PREPARATION: This is the day for hearts and cupids and poetry and parties and school youngsters across the city were busy exchanging cards and having special Valentine Day celebrations. In Bach School this morning, our photographer caught these members of a kindergarten class deep in the serious business of making a Valentine pudding for later consumption. The girls seem to be doing the work but the middle man gets to lick the bowl. They are (left to right) Sandy Zahn, 5, of 215 Murray Ave., Larry Hulcher, 5, of 223 Crest Ave., and Judy May, 5, of 219 Bucholz Ct.