Press enter after choosing selection

Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Welding Class, February 1955 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Welding Class, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1955
Caption
MEN FROM MARS?: No, they're students of welding in the Ann Arbor Public Evening School learning how to operate an electric arc welder. The piece of metal on the welding table is not visible because of the brilliant glow, the only light used by News Photographer Eck Stanger in making the picture. Behind the masks, worn to protect eyes from the blinding light, are (left to right) Jerry Marsh, Richard Straith, William Maier, Lewis Walther and Richard Gillespie. Welding is one of about 45 courses being offered adults in the spring semester. Courses include culture and leisure time business, homemaking and industry subjects.

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Congregation Buys Car With Saving Stamps, March 1962 Photographer: Eck Stanger

St. Paul's Lutheran Church Congregation Buys Car With Saving Stamps, March 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 31, 1962
Caption
Bought with TV Stamps: This new car was purchased with 620 books of TV stamps saved by members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Inspecting the new vehicle are (left to right) Dick Winchester, Lois Erdmann, the church's director of youth work and eduction who will use the car, Bob Steward, the Rev. Vernold Aurich and Carl Brauer. Church members have been saving the stamps since September. Richard Straith was in charge of the project and 60 women of the church telephoned all members several times during the drive to remind them to save the stamps.