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Cecile Chusid and Malverne Reinhart Organize Books for Temple Beth Emeth's Jewish Book Fair, March 1972 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Cecile Chusid and Malverne Reinhart Organize Books for Temple Beth Emeth's Jewish Book Fair, March 1972 image
Year:
1972
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, March 18, 1972
Caption:
First Jewish Book Fair More than 2,500 books on Judaica will be exhibited tomorrow at Ann Arbor's first Jewish Book Fair. Sponsored by Temple Beth Emeth, the fair will be held in the social hall of the Hillel Building, 1429 Hill, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Cecile Chusid, right, chairman of the Jewish Book Fair committee, says the collection will include popular fiction, art, history, humor, philosophy, cooking, biography as well as a special selection of children's books. Helping arrange the books for the fair is Malverne Reinhart, a member of the book fair committee. (News photo by Eck Stanger).

Catholic Youth Center Book Fair, March 1952 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Catholic Youth Center Book Fair, March 1952 image
Year:
1952
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1952
Caption:
Getting Set For Book Fair: Three St. Thomas High School girls are readying this doll-size "public library" with pipe cleaner dolls to decorate one of the booths at the annual Catholic Family book fair Sunday at the Catholic Youth Center. The fair will open from 9 o'clock Sunday morning until 7 o'clock in the evening. The girls are (left to right) Carol Otto, Linda Gainsley, and Betty Toms.

Book Fair Slated

Book Fair Slated image
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7
Month
February
Year
1963
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Prepare For Book Fair

Prepare For Book Fair image
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Day
14
Month
May
Year
1954
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AADL Productions Podcast: J. T. Abernathy & Stan Baker

Thu, 07/16/2009 - 4:37pm

In celebration of the 50th Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, AADL brings you an interview with the only artist whose art has appeared in every fair, J. T. Abernathy. Fresh off a recent successful show at the Clay Gallery, J. T. sat down with us and Stan Baker, another Ann Arbor pottery great and former student of J. T.'s, to talk about his career and how pottery is different from half a century ago. Stan and J. T. give us a good look at how they think about their work and how their 30-year relationship has shaped them as artists.

To learn more about the history of the event that defines Ann Arbor in the summertime, visit the new online exhibit 50 Years of Originality: A History of the Ann Arbor Street Art Fair.