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William D. Pierce & Toot, April 1941 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

William D. Pierce & Toot, April 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1941
Caption
WILL BE 90 YEARS OLD NEXT WEDNESDAY: William D. Pierce, Pine Ridge Rd., will be the honor guest at a birthday anniversary dinner tomorrow, at the home of his son, Hoyt E. Pierce, with whom he lives. Mr. Pierce, shown here with Toot, the family dog, leads an active life and is in good health.

Mayor Campbell Presents Fred McCann, Detroit Beagle Club President, With A Key To Ann Arbor, September 1935 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Mayor Campbell Presents Fred McCann, Detroit Beagle Club President, With A Key To Ann Arbor, September 1935 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 24, 1935
Caption
Ann Arbor is going to the dogs. At least this week. Pictured above Mayor Robert C. Campbell is presenting Fred McCann, president of the Detroit Beagle club, with the key to the city. The picture was taken on Geddes Heights where field Beagle trials are being held all this week. Front row, left to right, are James Smith, Saginaw; Mayor Campbell, McCann, Dan Steele and his son and George Eberle, chairman of the field trials. Between Campbell and McCann are Charles Berry of Saginaw and W. Hardy of Lansing. In the extreme background are the two judges, Beryl Bishop of Lansing and E. L. Gray of Indianapolis.

Wreckage Of A Navy Plane Scattered Across A Field Near Saline, September 1942 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Wreckage Of A Navy Plane Scattered Across A Field Near Saline, September 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 11, 1942
Caption
WRECKAGE OF NAVY PLANE WIDELY SCATTERED: The Navy training plane which crashed twice on a farm near Saline this morning is shown in the background of the picture above, which was taken from the spot where the plane first crashed, making a hole ten yards long and two and a half feet deep. The two occupants of the plane were instantly killed. Parts of the plane, some of which are shown above strewn along the recently plowed field, are also scattered over as extensive an area on the other side of the tree, a top branch of which the plane cut off as it sped to the earth.

Boots The Terrier Digs Up Dandelions, May 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Boots The Terrier Digs Up Dandelions, May 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1938
Caption
HELPS AROUND THE HOUSE: Boots, three year old terrier belonging to Mrs. Eli Gallup of Awixa Rd. is the self-appointed dandelion digger of the family. She doesn't bother just with the flower, but pushes her nose to the root and yanks out the whole plant with a shake of the head.

Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Leon Dosey & Champion Beagles, April 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1938
Caption
A PAIR OF CHAMPIONS: Leon Dosey, son of Al Dosey, 405 Wesley St., poses with a pair of champion beagle hounds. Tiny Trinket, right, and Hi-Top Boots. Hi-Top Boots won the Wolverine Derby and the Kingsbury trophy at Hastings, Mich., last year and Tiny Trinket repeated in the same events this season. Tiny will seek another championship, the Northern Association Stakes, at Hastings today. Both Tiny and Hi-Top Boots are in the 13-inch-class.