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The JCC burns a model of the Washtenaw County Courthouse to raise support for a new building, November 1952

The JCC burns a model of the Washtenaw County Courthouse to raise support for a new building, November 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1952
Caption
THE REAL THING COULD HAPPEN: An attempt to illustrate what could happen to the 75-year-old present Courthouse, labelled a "firetrap" by the State Fire Marshal, is made by the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce in a drive for support for the Courthouse proposals. Here, Richard Wander (left) and Dale Richards stand beside a smoking cardboard model representing the Courthouse. While it's strictly a gag, the message is clear. A fire in the ancient Washtenaw Courthouse would consume thousands of the county's most vital records. The News Joins with the JCC in urging "yes" votes on the two proposals to finance a new, modern county building.

Dawn Patrol Due Here Tomorrow

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Day
24
Month
September
Year
1949
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Ann Maurer Is Crowned Miss Michigan Dawn Patrol, September 1949

Ann Maurer Is Crowned Miss Michigan Dawn Patrol, September 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1949
Caption
BEAUTY QUEEN: Ann Maurer, University coed and holder of Michigan's "Cherry Queen" title, added to her beauty laurels yesterday when she was chosen "Miss Michigan Dawn Patrol" in competition with eight other girls at the Municipal Airport.

Dennis Jones Presents The Mack School Halloween Pumpkin Display, October 1952

Dennis Jones Presents The Mack School Halloween Pumpkin Display, October 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 30, 1952
Caption
This array of carved and decorated pumpkins at Mack School, to be judged and awarded merchant-donated prizes as part of the Junior Chamber of Commerce's Halloween program, make up a spooky assortment. All school children have been invited to participate in the pumpkin contest and the parade and party Friday evening at the Municipal Carport. Inspecting some of the entries are Marilyn Nelson, sixth grade; Pamela Betty Rogers, kindergarten; and Dennis Jones, second grade. The parade from the high school to the Carport begins at 6:45.