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Tom & Carolyn Scott With The Nordmeer Anchor


Tom & Carolyn Scott With The Nordmeer Anchor

The Nordmeer anchor was a wedding gift from Carolyn to Tom who had always wanted an anchor.



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The Final Resting Place of the Nordmeer’s Anchor


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Roosevelt Swim Team, 1930


Roosevelt Swim Team, 1930

Roosevelt’s 1930 Swim Team finished fourth in the State Meet


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Craig Porter, Freestyle Champion


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Austin & Dorothy Norton and family


Austin & Dorothy Norton and family

Austin and Dorothy Norton and other members of the Norton family who attended the dedication of the solarium



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Solarium Named for Norton Family


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Stan's Cafeteria


Stan's Cafeteria

Stan’s Cafeteria at 62 Ecorse became Elias Brothers Big Boy not long after opening. The double-decker Big Boy hamburger and the SlimJim ham sandwich were available only there



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Cruisin’ Ypsilanti


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The Cooper Family Plot, Lima Center Cemetery


The Cooper Family Plot, Lima Center Cemetery

The General’s grave is in the Lima Center Cemetery in the Cooper Family plot.



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The Search for Anastacio Cardenas


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Dr. Helen Walker McAndrew


Dr. Helen Walker McAndrew

Helen Walker McAndrew, also known as Dr. Helen, was Washtenaw county's first female doctor, earning her medical degree from Trail Institute in New York City in 1855. Aside from being a highly regarded physician and the operator of the "Rest for the Weary" Water Cure Sanitarium on, Dr. Helen was active in local organization supporting women's suffrage and temperance.

Read about the McAndrews andthe Lady Doctors of Ypsilanti in Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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Chappelle School Dedication in 1954


Chappelle School Dedication in 1954

Read more about R.S. Gerganoff and his work in the Summer 2009 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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Cartoon of Early Radio Announcer


Cartoon of Early Radio Announcer

Read more about Radio in Ypsilanti in the Summer 2009 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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The Sweet Adelines "Harmony 4 Fun" Quartet


The Sweet Adelines "Harmony 4 Fun" Quartet

Read more about The Sweet Adelines and their performances at the Ypsilanti Museum in the Spring 2010 issue of Ypsilanti Gleanings.



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