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Mrs. Aline C. Butcher with sign welcoming her son home from Laos, February 1973

Mrs. Aline C. Butcher with sign welcoming her son home from Laos, February 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 15, 1973
Caption
'Can't Stop Being Excited' Mrs. Aline C. Bucher isn't afraid she's violating the city sign ordinance with this notice posted at the front of her home at 2226 Parkwood Ave. The sign, of course, is to welcome her son, Jack, 26, due to be released soon from a prisoner of war camp in Laos. Capt. Butcher, a 1969 U-M graduate, was shot down during a reconnaissance flight on March 24, 1971. Mrs. Butcher, a teacher at Slauson Middle School, says she "can't stop being excited."

Captain Jack Butcher with his mother Aline Butcher, and wife Dawn, April 1973

Captain Jack Butcher with his mother Aline Butcher, and wife Dawn, April 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1973
Caption
Home Again: Capt. Jack M. Butcher, Ann Arbor's first prisoner of war to return from Vietnam, smiles as his mother, Mrs. Aline Butcher (center) and his wife Dawn applaud during a welcome-home program held Saturday at the University's baseball stadium. Ann Arbor Mayor James M. Stephenson is in the right background. (News Photo by Cecil Lockard)

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Parent Issue
Day
22
Month
May
Year
1977
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