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Sgt. Marland 'Red' Howard's Funeral - July 15, 1949

Sgt. Marland 'Red' Howard's Funeral - July 15, 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 15, 1949
Caption
City Police officers and firemen stood at somber attention as the body of Sgt. Marland (Red) Howard, veteran police officer who died Tuesday, was borne from funeral services at St. Thomas Church this morning. Bearing the casket of the jovial Irishman who became a town and campus figure during 40 years of service on the force are (starting at the rear left and going counter-clockwise) pall bearers Chief Casper Enkemann, George Kaercher, William Marz, Probate Judge Jay H. Payne, John Dwyer, and Patrolman Ben Ball.

Marland G. 'Red' Howard Promoted To Sergeant in Ann Arbor Police Department, June 1937

Marland G. 'Red' Howard Promoted To Sergeant in Ann Arbor Police Department, June 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 1, 1937
Caption
Promoted: Marland G. Howard, Ann Arbor patrolman since 1915, today became a sergeant in charge of patrolmen.

Sergeant M. G. "Red" Howard in front of a Victory Garden, June 1943

Sergeant M. G. "Red" Howard in front of a Victory Garden, June 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 3, 1943
Caption
"Anyone who has seen Sgt. M. G. (Red) Howard directing traffic on a busy Ann Arbor intersection would immediately recognize the above gesture, but the setting might seem strange. "Red" is showing off his garden at 410 W. Washington St., which he says is one of the best "if not the best" in the city. Numerous friends and neighbors who have viewed it are inclined to agree with the veteran police official in his estimate of his plot.

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo image

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo

Ann Arbor Police Department Group Photo image