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Fingerle Lumber Employees Unload A New Shipment, May 1936 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Fingerle Lumber Employees Unload A New Shipment, May 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 2, 1936
Caption
LUMBER FOR 15 NEW HOUSES ARRIVES: Employes of the Fingerle Lumber company are shown above unloading eight carloads of new lumber for Ann Arbor home construction. According to railroad men, this is the largest individual shipment of lumber into the city since war days of 1918. Enough material arrived in these eight cars to furnish all the lumber necessary for the construction of 15 new houses. Most of it, according to Earle C. Fingerle, has already been sold.

Capt. J. O. Nielsen Visits Prof. Allen Sherzer, March 1939 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Capt. J. O. Nielsen Visits Prof. Allen Sherzer, March 1939 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 2, 1939
Caption
Recall Pleasant Experiences Together: Prof. Allen F. Sherzer of the University engineering faculty (left), and a vacation companion of the past three summers, Capt. J. O. Nielsen, skipper of a Hudson Bay Co. supply boat operating on James and Hudson Bays, were enjoying a mutual joke as they were photographed here. Capt. Nielsen is visiting in Ann Arbor for a week.