Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1956
BACK DOOR SERVICE: Attorney George E. Stripp of 1210 Hull St. and Charles Betz of 1286 Lester St. (seated in craft), both of Ypsilanti township, landed this new helicopter behind Stripp's house yesterday afternoon. Looking on at left are Stripp and his wife, Virginia, and four of their seven children (from left), Gary, 7 1/2, Sandy, 9, Greg, 5 and Gerald, 6. Betz, the pilot, holds his son, Jimmy, 3. His wife, Shirley, holds Freddy, 1, while the other two Betz children, Johnny, 7, and Charles, jr., look on. Betz and Stripp left Ft. Worth, Tex., last Thursday morning but storms delayed them twice. The helicopter, painted maize and blue, the University of Michigan colors, was purchased by Frederick C. Matthaei, owner of American Metal Products Co. in Detroit, who will use the craft to commute between his home at 4895 Geddes Rd., Ann Arbor township, and his work.
Ann Arbor News, August 29, 1956
JUDGE INSPECTS CEMETERY: Before adjourning the case for two months, Circuit Judge Herman Dehnke of Harrisville (right) recessed the court hearing on the fate of this "historic" cemetery to inspect the site off Packard Rd. near Yost Blvd. The Daughters of the American Revolution which is seeking to preserve the cemetery, built the stone wall in 1938. Attorneys Clan Crawford, jr., (left), who represents the DAR, and Arthur C. Lehman, Pittsfield township attorney, accompanied Judge Dehnke on his inspection.
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Roberta Hughes Wright was born in 1922 and grew up in Detroit. She attended Howard University at age 15 and completed her bachelor's degree at Wayne State University. During the course of her career she was an X-ray technician, teacher, school social worker, and probate attorney. She earned her PhD from the University of Michigan and a JD from Wayne State. After the passing of her first husband Wilbur B. Hughes II, she married Charles H. Wright, founder of the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit. She wrote several books, including an autobiography titled Reflections of My Life and Lay Down Body: Living History in African American Cemeteries. She passed away on April 2, 2019.
Roberta Hughes Wright was interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2010 as part of the Legacies Project.
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1984
U. S. attorneys Virginia Morgan (left) and Susan King answer questions outside federal court as defense attorney David Goldstein (light coat) listens
Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1984
GOLDSTEIN ...'parade of conditions'