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Five Generations

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July
Year
1943
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President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1948
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OFF FOR POINTS WEST: University President Alexander G. Ruthven (back to camera) said goodbyes to Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg (second from right) and family yesterday at the New York Central depot. Dr. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School, and Dr. Raymond W. Waggoner (far right), director of the University's Neuropsychiatric Institute, will serve as special consultants to the Surgeon General of the U. S. Army in Japan and Korea. Dr. Waggoner will fly to San Francisco Sunday morning, meeting Dr. Furstenberg for their joint air trip to the Far East Sunday evening. Dr. Furstenberg's family, left to right, Billy, Mrs. Furstenberg, and Julie are accompanying the doctor to San Francisco by train. They will take a plane to Honolulu where they will remain for about six weeks until Dr. Furstenberg returns.

Gladys Clouse With Newborn Twin Sons Jay & Ray, December 1949 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Gladys Clouse With Newborn Twin Sons Jay & Ray, December 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 15, 1949
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The usual problems of telling identical twin sons apart is complicated for Mrs. Cecil C. Clouse, shown here in Saline General Hospital with her 12th and 13th children. Her 10 other living children selected the names of Jay Jarrel and Ray Darrel Clouse for the boys - but no one has yet designated which one is which. By coincidence, the twins were born on Dec. 13 - their father's 46th birthday. The family lives at 3750 Arkona Rd., Saline.

Dorothy Copeland With Five Of Her Nine Children, May 1997 Photographer: Paul Warner

Dorothy Copeland With Five Of Her Nine Children, May 1997 image
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Ann Arbor News, May 11, 1997
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From left to right: Brenda Copeland-Klein, David Copeland, mother Dorothy Copeland, Steven Copeland, Andrea Copeland and Ellen Copeland-Brown gather for a family portrait. The other Copeland siblings - Ron, Jeffrey, Elaine and Gina - were not available to be photographed.

On Mother's Day

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11
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May
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1997
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Gov. Kim Sigler Meets The Ryder Family On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

Gov. Kim Sigler Meets The Ryder Family On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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Mark Ryder had the unusual experience of being greeted by a state governor when he was ushered into the world. Because Michigan's Gov. Kim Sigler was inspecting University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday when the eight-pound lad arrived, Mark will be called "Kim" for "short." Mark with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Ryder of Detroit, and Mr. Sigler are shown in the above picture.