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Golden Gloves: Drake Kids, February 1939

Golden Gloves: Drake Kids, February 1939
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Ann Arbor Community Center boys practice a dance to be performed at Ann Arbor High School's United Nations Festival, October 1960

Ann Arbor Community Center boys practice a dance to be performed at Ann Arbor High School's United Nations Festival, October 1960
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Ann Arbor News, October 25, 1960
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'LOS VIEJITOS': Or the Dance of the Old Man will be one of three dances performed by Ann Arbor boys pictured above at the United Nations Festival which will be held from 4 to 10 p.m. Thursday at the Ann Arbor High School's West Cafeteria. The children will perform their dances beginning at 4:30 p.m. In addition to "Los Viejitos" they will do an Israeli dance, "Cherkassiya," and "La Raspa," the Mexican Hat Dance. The boys have been practicing their dances and making their costumes at the Community Center under the supervision of Mrs. Daniel Suits, folk dance teacher, and Charles Sleet, a group worker on the staff of the Community Center.
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Rural boy makes his way to school, 1949

Rural boy makes his way to school, 1949
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Ann Arbor News, December 23, 1973
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From Our Pictorial Archives: Washtenaw County 1949 Rural school busing wasn't as complete 25 years ago, and you were more likely to see a schoolboy plodding through a barren winter field with his books in a sack over his shoulder. Eck Stanger stopped alongside US-112 (now US-12) west of Saline to snap this picture of a lonely figure in 1949
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Activities at the Ann Arbor Community Center, February 1960

Activities at the Ann Arbor Community Center, February 1960
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Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963

Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963
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Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963

Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963
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Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963

Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963
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Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1963
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SUMMER PLAY ENDS: A carnival at Haisley Park yesterday afternoon was typical of events closing out this summer's supervised playground programs at the city's 22 parks and playgrounds. The programs, sponsored by the Ann Arbor Recreation Department, officially ended this noon. Another boy tries his skill at throwing darks at balloons....
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Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963

Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963
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Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963

Carnival at Haisley Park on last day parks open, August 1963
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Ann Arbor News, August 9, 1973
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SUMMER PLAY ENDS: A carnival at Haisley Park yesterday afternoon was typical of events closing out this summer's supervised playground programs at the city's 22 parks and playgrounds. The programs, sponsored by the Ann Arbor Recreation Department, officially ended this noon. A log-pulling contest draws spectators as well as contestants.
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Three Boys with Rabbit's Nest

Three Boys with Rabbit's Nest
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Ann Arbor News, June 12, 1965
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Hare's Lair: It must have been a bold rabbit which built this nest in the front yard of the John Shelton residence, 1241 Arlington Blvd. The white patch in the parted grass is hair from the mother hare which she has pulled from herself to cover her young. Observing the proper outdoorsman rule of not bothering the nest are, from the left, Cordie, Craig and Clifford Shelton. The mother rabbit tends her young in the evening, night and early morning hours.
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