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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.

Russian Wolfhound Pups and mother, August 1940

Russian Wolfhound Pups and mother, August 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 21, 1940
Caption
DOORFUL OF RUSSIANS: Mama wolfhound and ten little wolfhounds (one is crowded out) gaze at the world from the door at their home at 1515 North Territorial Rd., where they were raised by Russell O. Everhart. They all have Russian names but we can neither spell them nor pronounce them.

Wading In The Huron River Near Hudson Mills, June 1940

Wading In The Huron River Near Hudson Mills, June 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 13, 1940
Caption
WADING IS FUN, TOO: Walking among the slippery rocks in the rapids above the swimming pool at Hudson Mills is great sport, and the dog likes it too. This spot is one of the many recreational points along the Huron river. The bridge in the background is on North Territorial Rd., near Portage Lake Rd.

Ypsilanti Township Dog Wins Honor

Ypsilanti Township Dog Wins Honor image
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2
Month
April
Year
1956
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Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950

Cecil A. Moore, fur trader, on way from Alaska to Maine via dog sled, stops in Saline, November 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 29, 1950
Caption
GOES THROUGH SALINE BY DOG SLED: Cecil A. Moore, a 42-year-old fur trader, is shown above in Saline on his way from Fairbanks, Alaska, to his home in Lewiston, Me.--via dog sled and team. Moore arrived along US-112 yesterday and remained in Saline overnight. He was scheduled to mount his sled and head for Detroit and points east sometime this afternoon. (Story on page 21)

Soccer Players Post Signs Designed By Art Students at Community High, March 1987

Soccer Players Post Signs Designed By Art Students at Community High, March 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 8, 1987
Caption
These Dog Days of Spring: When citizens complained that dogs were decorating Ann Arbor parks with leftovers, city staff discussed the problem and decided to try to 'educate' pet owners. But when dogs over-ran the Community High School soccer field, the school called out its team and went on the offensive. Art students prepared international signs, conveying the message without words. Soccer players (from left) Geoff Wilson, Heidi Buchele and Shael Polakow-Suransky display the signs.