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Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
July
Year
1983
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Calvert Brothers Employees Jesse Campbell, On Right, & Marvin Baker Work On N. Fourth Avenue, October 1977

Calvert Brothers Employees Jesse Campbell, On Right, & Marvin Baker Work On N. Fourth Avenue, October 1977 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1977
Caption
Calvert Bros. excavating employees Jesse Campbell, right, and foreman Marvin Baker set forms for sidewalks and gutters on N. Fourth Avenue. Minority contractors hope to get a bigger slice of the public contract pie in the wake of new federal rules mandating a 10 per cent share of work on federally-funded building projects.

Donald Calvert Helps David R. Byrd Exit Possible Slave Tunnel Discovered Under Washtenaw Lumber Building, November 1972

Donald Calvert Helps David R. Byrd Exit Possible Slave Tunnel Discovered Under Washtenaw Lumber Building, November 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1973
Caption
A former underground railway tunnel for escaped slaves? That's what David Byrd of the Black Economic Development League (BEDL) says has been uncovered at the BEDL building site on Depot Street at the Broadway Bridge. The discovery was made while footings were being dug for the building which will be used for offices and spaces for classes in such subjects as photography, printing and drafting. Donald Calvert (left) of Calvert Brothers Construction Co. gives Byrd a helping hand after and inspection of the tunnel.