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Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956

Undersheriff Charles Shaw & Detective Lt. Melvin Fuller Examine The Body Of Dell Cain In Willow Village, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1956
Caption
MAN FOUND MURDERED: Dell Cain, 36, of 610 S. Huron St., Ypsilanti, was found at 11:20 a.m. yesterday, dead from a knife wound inflicted by an unidentified person in Willow Village about nine hours earlier. Undersheriff Charles W. Shaw (right) and Detective Lt. Melvin C. Fuller here examine Cain's body, which was found lying beside his car in a vacant field off MacArthur Blvd. in Willow Village. Officers theorized Cain, dying from loss of blood, passed out while driving on MacArthur. The vehicle hit a large stone in the field, and the impact apparently threw the stabbing victim from the car. An Ypsilanti man is being sought for questioning in connection with the case, Fuller said.

Aerial Photograph of the Peninsular Paper Co. on LeForge Road, Ypsilanti, September 1958

Aerial Photograph of the Peninsular Paper Co. on LeForge Road, Ypsilanti, September 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 10, 1958
Caption
Leforge Rd. Relocation Approved: The Ypsilanti City Council last night approved a plan which will relocate Leforge Rd. 18 feet to the east in front of the Peninsular Paper Co. (above). The change was necessary to permit construction of a $350,000 addition to the plant without encroaching on the road's right-of-way. The addition will be built north of the main Peninsular building. The roadway will be moved to the east (left above) between the New York Central Railroad tracks and the LeForge Rd. bridge.

Aerial Photograph of Proposed Shopping Center Site, Ypsilanti Township, March 1958

Aerial Photograph of Proposed Shopping Center Site, Ypsilanti Township, March 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1958
Caption
Proposed Shopping Center Site: The outlined area shown here has been proposed as the site of the million-dollar shopping center in western Ypsilanti township, but the Township Zoning Board last night voted against approving a permissive zoning change. The 4.77-acre site is bounded on the north by Washtenaw Rd.; Hewitt Rd. (bottom) on the west and Rosedale Ave. on the east. Plans call for a 17-store center with parking for 304 cars. Developers may appeal the zoning board's action or build low-cost houses.

Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Ypsilanti, October 1959

Emmanuel Lutheran Church of Ypsilanti, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1959
Caption
Gothic Landmark: Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Ypsilanti has been a landmark since its completion in 1923. This month the congregation is observing the centennial of the founding of the congregation.

American Airlines Ticket Sales Counter at Willow Run Airport, February 1954

American Airlines Ticket Sales Counter at Willow Run Airport, February 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 25, 1954
Caption
Ticket Sales Brisk: Five employes are kept busy at one of the ticket counters as flight time nears. Reservations are handled quickly even for long flights. This is the American Airlines counter.