Eli Gallup, the visionary of Ann Arbor's vast parkland which in part now bears his name, was instrumental in deciding the airport location, layout and in overseeing the mammoth earth-moving project that was required leading to the airport opening in the 1920s, according to Eli's son, Al Gallup.

Al Gallup says his first-place winning Crazy Hat was created from items found at The Scrapbox. The unusual Easter bonnet was among about 100 hats worn recently for the Kiwanis Club of Ann Arbor's Crazy Hat Day.

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