Ray Charles at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival


Ray Charles at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival, Entertainment, Fairs & Festivals, Music, Musicians
People: Ray Charles
Photographer: Cecil Lockard
Date: 10 September 1973

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Ray Charles at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival


Ray Charles at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival
Caption: Ray Charles Entertains Blues-Jazz Festival Fans

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival, Entertainment, Fairs & Festivals, Music, Musicians
People: Ray Charles
Photographer: Cecil Lockard
Date: 10 September 1973

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The Best Seats in the House Are Hammocks at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival


The Best Seats in the House Are Hammocks at the 1973 Ann Arbor Blues and Jazz Festival
Caption: Lie-In At The Blues Festival: The art of creating free seats was seen in an ingenious form at this year's Blues Festival here as these music fans strung hammocks high in some trees just off the stage area (microphone in foreground). Other fans were seen climbing surrounding trees to beat the costs of tickets and escape the crowd but these four seemed assured of a more comfortable stay.

Article Keywords: Ann Arbor Blues & Jazz Festival, Entertainment, Fairs & Festivals, Music
Photographer: Cecil Lockard
Date: 10 September 1973

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Tallying Up a Purchase at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op


Tallying Up a Purchase at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op
Caption: How 'Bout Them Apples…: That seems to be the perplexing question on the face of the Ann Arbor People's Food Cooperative customer, below, who may have to brush up on elementary arithmetic to figure out the cost of his dried apple purchase. Above left, another customer seems more at ease weighing out a purchase of beans, then totalling up the cost on the adding machine, above right. Having customers serve themselves, brind their own bags and containers, even pitch in to stock shelves are among the ways that food co-ops cut their overhead costs and thereby reduce prices.

Article Keywords: Co-Operatives, Grocery Stores, People's Food Co-op, Stores & Shops
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: September 1974

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Weighing Dried Apples at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op


Weighing Dried Apples at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op
Caption: How 'Bout Them Apples…: That seems to be the perplexing question on the face of the Ann Arbor People's Food Cooperative customer, below, who may have to brush up on elementary arithmetic to figure out the cost of his dried apple purchase. Above left, another customer seems more at ease weighing out a purchase of beans, then totalling up the cost on the adding machine, above right. Having customers serve themselves, brind their own bags and containers, even pitch in to stock shelves are among the ways that food co-ops cut their overhead costs and thereby reduce prices.

Article Keywords: Grocery Stores, People's Food Co-op, Stores & Shops
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: September 1974

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Measuring Out at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op


Measuring Out at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op
Caption: How 'Bout Them Apples…: That seems to be the perplexing question on the face of the Ann Arbor People's Food Cooperative customer, below, who may have to brush up on elementary arithmetic to figure out the cost of his dried apple purchase. Above left, another customer seems more at ease weighing out a purchase of beans, then totalling up the cost on the adding machine, above right. Having customers serve themselves, brind their own bags and containers, even pitch in to stock shelves are among the ways that food co-ops cut their overhead costs and thereby reduce prices.

Article Keywords: Co-Operatives, Grocery Stores, People's Food Co-op, Stores & Shops
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: September 1974

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Weighing Out Beans at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op


Weighing Out Beans at the Ann Arbor People's Food Co-op
Caption: How 'Bout Them Apples…: That seems to be the perplexing question on the face of the Ann Arbor People's Food Cooperative customer, below, who may have to brush up on elementary arithmetic to figure out the cost of his dried apple purchase. Above left, another customer seems more at ease weighing out a purchase of beans, then totalling up the cost on the adding machine, above right. Having customers serve themselves, brind their own bags and containers, even pitch in to stock shelves are among the ways that food co-ops cut their overhead costs and thereby reduce prices.

Article Keywords: Co-Operatives, Grocery Stores, People's Food Co-op, Stores & Shops
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: September 1974

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Crowded Council Room Welcoming First Human Rights Party Members to Ann Arbor City Council


Crowded Council Room Welcoming First Human Rights Party Members to Ann Arbor City Council

Crowded Council Room Welcoming First Human Rights Party Members to Ann Arbor City Council


Article Keywords: Ann Arbor City Council, Human Rights Party (HRP)
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: April 1972

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Ann Arbor City Council Member Nancy Wechsler Remains Seated During Pledge of Allegiance


Ann Arbor City Council Member Nancy Wechsler Remains Seated During Pledge of Allegiance

Ann Arbor City Council Member Nancy Wechsler Remains Seated During Pledge of Allegiance


Article Keywords: Ann Arbor City Council
People: Nancy Wechsler
Photographer: Jack Stubbs
Date: April 1972

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Pun Plamondon Addresses Ann Arbor City Council


Pun Plamondon Addresses Ann Arbor City Council

Pun Plamondon of the Rainbow People's Party speaks to Ann Arbor City Council about the reform of marijuana laws in Ann Arbor.


Article Keywords: Ann Arbor City Council, Laws & Legislation, Marijuana Ordinance, Rainbow People's Party
People: Lawrence (Pun) Plamondon
Photographer: Cecil Lockard
Date: July 1973

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