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Group protests 'Hail Mary'

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25
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March
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1986
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Not Worth The Fuss

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26
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January
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1986
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'Hail Mary' protestors march again

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26
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January
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1986
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Legacies Project Oral History: Nellie Hill Trapp

Thu, 01/16/2020 - 9:13am

Born in 1922, Nellie Harrell grew up in Richmond, Virginia. She began dancing at age 14, and moved to New York City a few years. During the height of her career as a noted singer, dancer, and entertainer, she went by her married name Nellie Hill. Hill performed in early music videos called “soundies,” appeared on the cover of Jet Magazine, and frequented Black clubs such as New York’s Kelly’s Stables and Detroit’s Flame Show Bar and 20 Grand. In the 1950s she married James Trapp and had three children. After retiring, she volunteered at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit.

Nellie Trapp was interviewed by students from Skyline High School in Ann Arbor in 2010 as part of the Legacies Project.

League Of Women Voters Members Prepare Film For Viewing, September 1965

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Ann Arbor News, September 10, 1965
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The prize-winning film "Children Without," will be featured at the membership coffee to be held by the League of Women Voters Wednesday at the Ann Arbor Community Center. Making preparations for the showing are (from left) Mrs. Robert Phillips, co-chairman of the league group studying state welfare, and Mrs. Milton Brown, chairman of the national study item on human resources.

Wascawy Wabbit Steals The Show

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18
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March
Year
1991
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