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Students Walk To School In Fresh Snow, February 1957

Students Walk To School In Fresh Snow, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 14, 1957
Caption
EARLY-MORNING TABLEAUX: Children on their way to school this morning walked against a backdrop of dazzling white formed by last night's soft snow which clung to everything it touched.

Saline Dog Goes to School, September 1940

Saline Dog Goes to School, September 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1940
Caption
SALINE DOG AT HOME IN CLASSROOM: Merritt Martin's dog Blackie looks pretty intelligent in this picture taken in the second-grade room of the Saline schools. She has been going to school for more than a year, and she has the privileges of regular puils including a desk next to her master. She sits up like this for awhile every morning, lies down when she is tired and is lulled to sleep during the music lesson. She never makes a disturbance in the classoom.

Michigan's K-9 Corps Will Be Remembered

Michigan's K-9 Corps Will Be Remembered image
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Day
27
Month
July
Year
1946
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War Dog Memorial - Happy Hunting Grounds Memorial Park, April 1955

War Dog Memorial - Happy Hunting Grounds Memorial Park, April 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 12, 1955
Caption
BRAVE WAR DOGS HONORED: Shown above is the monument erected in honor of famed dogs who served U. S. Armies in World War I and II, in the Happy Hunting Grounds Memorial Park, three miles northeast of South Lyon. Within the 26-acre plot of ground are buried more than 4,000 famous and beloved pets.

War Dog Memorial - Happy Hunting Grounds Memorial Park, December 1963

War Dog Memorial - Happy Hunting Grounds Memorial Park, December 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 27, 1963
Caption
AMONG THE LARGEST: This 18-ton granite monument at The Happy Hunting Ground Memorial Park for Pets near South Lyon is reputed to be one of the largest single pieces of monument stone in Michigan. In front of the memorial rests "Platoon Sergeant Sparks," a dog that served three years in the Pacific Theater during World War II and received seven citations, three personally by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. The dog was alive and present when the monument was dedicated in 1946.

Eric Wolff & His 1930 Magic Chef Range, March 1996

Eric Wolff & His 1930 Magic Chef Range, March 1996 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 14, 1996
Caption
Eric Wolff found his prized 1930 Magic Chef range at a neighbor's garage sale. Its even oven temperature produces great cookies, he says.

Award-Winning "Let's Play" With Her Trainer Don Webb, September 1939

Award-Winning "Let's Play" With Her Trainer Don Webb, September 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1939
Caption
ANN ARBOR DOG WINS FIRST PRIZE: This 11-month-old cocker spaniel, "Let's Play" won first place in the American bred black female class at the dog show sponsored by the Jaxon Kennel Club of Jackson. Owned by Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Ristine, 580 Allison Dr., Ann Arbor, the dog was shown by Don Webb of Ypsilanti (above), handler and trainer. Let's Play was sired by Rennard's First Chance of Plymouth, and her dam is Lady In Red VI, owned by the Ristines.