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Frank M. Edgar, company president, receives Navy Honor for Chelsea's Federal Screw Works, February 1942

Frank M. Edgar, company president, receives Navy Honor for Chelsea's Federal Screw Works, February 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 2, 1942
Caption
CHELSEA PLANT HONORED BY NAVY: The Chelsea branch of the Federal Screw Works received the navy's highest aware for non-combat service, the navy "E," during special ceremonies in the Chelsea High school Saturday noon. In the picture above, Frank M. Edgar, Detroit, company president, is shown receiving the navy ordinance flag and the "E" pennant from Rear Admiral Henry V. Butler, USN (retired), of Washington, D. C. The Chelsea plant is several months ahead of schedule of part of its production contracts calling for the manufacture of projectiles and fuses.

Ray Sandona helps to complete war orders at Chelsea's Federal Screw Work, December 1942

Ray Sandona helps to complete war orders at Chelsea's Federal Screw Work, December 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1942
Caption
Three employees of the Chelsea branch of the Federal Screw Works are engaged in war production despite the fact they are blind. Shown above at their tasks are Freeman Scott of Chelsea, second from left in top picture; Ray Sandona of Chelsea, lower left; and Mrs. Palmer Beals, Grass Lake, who is the center one of the three works at the lower right. [This photo: Ray Sandona]

Mrs. Palmer Beals, second from left, helps complete war orders at Chelsea's Federal Screw Work, December 1942

Mrs. Palmer Beals, second from left, helps complete war orders at Chelsea's Federal Screw Work, December 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 25, 1942
Caption
Three employees of the Chelsea branch of the Federal Screw Works are engaged in war production despite the fact they are blind. Shown above at their tasks are Freeman Scott of Chelsea, second from left in top picture; Ray Sandona of Chelsea, lower left; and Mrs. Palmer Beals, Grass Lake, who is the center one of the three works at the lower right. [This photo: Mrs. Palmer Beals]

Ypsilanti Spanish War Veterans Committee, February 1940

Ypsilanti Spanish War Veterans Committee, February 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1940
Caption
IN CHARGE OF SPANISH WAR MONUMENT: The committee of Spanish American War veterans, which is in charge of raising funds for a monument to be erected in Ypsilanti next May at the annual reunion of the 31st Michigan Infantry, is shown in the above photograph. Seated is Philip J. Becker, Ann Arbor chairman; standing (left to right) are Clinton H. Wellbrook, Merritt L. Deyo, Walter J. Pierce, secretary; John P. Kirk, treasurer, George A. Kenny and Charles D. Campbell, Ypsilanti.

Helen Walsh, April 1944

Helen Walsh, April 1944 image