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Coons Is Elected JCC President

Ann Arbor News, May 5, 1950


Coons Is Elected JCC President
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1950
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Music Mart Remodeled as Addition to Bivouac at Nickels Arcade, February 1987

Music Mart Remodeled as Addition to Bivouac at Nickels Arcade, February 1987
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Ann Arbor News, February 19, 1987
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Finishing Touches - Workers look over remodeling work completed last week on the former Music Mart on State Street near the Nickels Arcade, which opened this week as part of the expanded Bivouac clothing store. Music Mart, meanwhile, has moved to Jackson Road in Parkland Center.
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Bivouac Owner Ed Davidson, April 1979

Bivouac Owner Ed Davidson, April 1979
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Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1979
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Bivouac Expands - The Bivouac, a clothing and camping equipment store at 330 S. State St., is expanding next door into the space formerly occupied by Saks Fifth Avenue. Ed Davidson, Bivouac owner, standing in front of his expanded store, said the new space should be open this week. The additional 2,500 square feet, which doubles the store's current size, will be used for women's clothing, Davidson said. "We've always carried fashionable women's clothing, but most people didn't know that," he said. "We're trying to fill the void Saks created when it left Ann Arbor. Saying the store was too small to be operated economically, Saks closed the State Street operation in February. It was the company's last college-town store in the country. Davidson said he will hire more employees to staff the larger Bivouac store. Bivouac, which opened in 1971 as an Army surplus store, has grown from a 300-square foot store to a 5,000-square foot facility. "We have changed as the times have changed," Davidson said.
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DeGraaf-Forsythe Galleries - New Director Michael Browne, April 1984

DeGraaf-Forsythe Galleries - New Director Michael Browne, April 1984
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Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1984
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Michael Browne with Carrie Nixon's 'Opening Lines,' and Kay Smith's Fan Number III'
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Forsythe Galleries, Nickels Arcade, November 1972

Forsythe Galleries, Nickels Arcade, November 1972
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Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1972
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General View At Forsythe Galleries
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Art In Review: Dark Days Brightened

Ann Arbor News, November 26, 1972


Art In Review: Dark Days Brightened
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DeGraaf-Forsythe's New Director Scores With First Show

Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1984


DeGraaf-Forsythe's New Director Scores With First Show
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Albert and Jill Blixt of Blixt & Associates Advertising, May 1990

Albert and Jill Blixt of Blixt & Associates Advertising, May 1990
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Ann Arbor News, May 20, 1990
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Albert and Jill Blixt of Blixt & Associates
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Forsythe Gallery In Nickels Arcade Completes Remodeling Project, November 1969

Forsythe Gallery In Nickels Arcade Completes Remodeling Project, November 1969
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Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1969
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Forsythe Gallery View
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Forsythe Gallery Holiday Exhibit, November 1968

Forsythe Gallery Holiday Exhibit, November 1968
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Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1968
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