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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
May
Year
1943
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Ann Arbor draftees leave for selective service at Courthouse Square, May 13, 1942

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 13, 1942
Caption
Just before the bus left this morning, taking him to Detroit and induction in the armed services, the last Ann Arbor draftee in the second bus (above) received the most appropriate of all farewells. More than 500 townspeople heard Mayor Leigh J. Young and the University ROTC and marching bands in the send-off program for the men of Selective Service Board No. 1 this morning.

WAC Office, 513 National Building, April 1944

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 25, 1944
Caption
NEW WAC RECRUITING OFFICE: Lt. Barbar A. Rogers, (right), WAC recruiting officer, is doing business in new offices established by the U. S. Army recruiting service on the fifth floor of the First National building. Miss Patricia Charnley (left), of 1229 S. State St., was one of the first prospective Wacs interviewed in the new office, which opened yesterday, and which is open daily from 11 o'clock unitl 7 o'clock. Arrangements for the office were made through the local WAC recruiting committee headed by Mayor Leigh J. Young and Henry Barnes, jr.