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Newly Elected Officers Of Printers Local 154 - International Typographical Union, May 1948

Newly Elected Officers Of Printers Local 154 - International Typographical Union, May 1948 image
Year:
1948
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, May 21, 1948
Caption:
PRINTERS' LOCAL 154 ELECT OFFICERS: Newly chosen officers of International Typographical Union, Local 154, Ann Arbor, are shown above. Reading left to right they are Harold Hoffmeyer, sergeant at arms, R. G. E. Sarah, secretary-treasurer, William Neilly, recording secretary, J. L. Anderson, president, Emil Kuchar, delegate to state convention, and Don Hoff, vice-president.

A day to remember - A day for memories

A day to remember - A day for memories image
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Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer explains a square dancing move, January 1969 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer explains a square dancing move, January 1969 image
Year:
1969
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1969
Caption:
The Tuesday evening class of beginning dancers shows concentration and not a little trepidation as they walk through a dance under the watchful eye of caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer. First comes the explanation (to) to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maurer and Mrs. Vince Rampollo...

Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer explains a square dancing move, January 1969 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer explains a square dancing move, January 1969 image
Year:
1969
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1969
Caption:
A walk through with each couple at a time with the Maurers (center, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maurer) as Sue Palmer and Charles Engle at left and Harold Wild, right, watch on.

Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer calls to the whole "square," January 1969 Photographer: Jack Stubbs

Caller-instructor Shorty Hoffmeyer calls to the whole "square," January 1969 image
Year:
1969
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, January 19, 1969
Caption:
Then the call to the whole "square" by Shorty, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wild taking the steps.

Air Raid Wardens in Fred Arnet's Basement, May 1942 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Air Raid Wardens in Fred Arnet's Basement, May 1942 image
Year:
1942
Published In:
Ann Arbor News, March 19, 1942
Caption:
Meet your new city air raid wardens. When Japanese and German bombs start falling on Ann Arbor you may appreciate our thoughtfulness in making the introduction. They are (left to right) Ben E. Pryer, E. E. Lucas, Fred L. Arnet, Fred J. Lookers and Harold H. Hoffmeyer.