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King-Seeley Corp. receives the Navy 'E' for excellence pennant from Rear-Admiral William Carleton Watts, United States Navy.

King-Seeley Corp. receives the Navy 'E' for excellence pennant from Rear-Admiral William Carleton Watts, United States Navy. image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1942
Caption
THE NAVY SAYS 'WELL DONE': King-Seeley Corp. received extra reward for its war production efforts yesterday afternoon when Rear-Admiral William Carleton Watts, USN (retired) Washington, D. C. presented the firm with the Navy 'E' for excellence pennant. Shown above from left to right above admiring the pennant are Admiral Watts, Arthur Knight, foreman of King-Seeley's night janitorial force and an employee for 17 years, Mrs. Pearl Wheeler, who has been a company inspector for 18 years, and John Airey, president and general manager of King-Seeley Corp.

Washtenaw County Emergency Medical Service Unit, May 1942

Washtenaw County Emergency Medical Service Unit, May 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1942
Caption
Throughout Washtenaw county emergency medical service units like the one pictured above are being organized to provide medical care on the scene in the event of air raids or other war-time disasters. The unit shown here is based at the University health service. From left to right are Armin A. Darmstaetter and William T. Counter, both University medical students, stretcherbearers; Mrs. Claire Wesch and Mrs. Dorothy Bissell, nurses; Dr. John O. Kennedy and Dr. Wilma Sacks, physician; and Dr. William M. Brace, director of operations. In emergencies, the unit will travel with the local ambulance pictured here.