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German Park Recreation Club Dancers Entertain Patients In The University of Michigan Polio Ward, May 1954

German Park Recreation Club Dancers Entertain Patients In The University of Michigan Polio Ward, May 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 27, 1954
Caption
Members of the junior dance group of the German Park Recreation Club danced for patients in the University Hospital's polio ward last night. Ida Lund, an attendant, holds Bobbie Snyder of Hillsdale at left. Bobbie, now two years old, has been a patient since he was six weeks old.

Sam McDonald, Injured Schoolteacher, In Veterans Hospital, February 1964

Sam McDonald, Injured Schoolteacher, In Veterans Hospital, February 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 28, 1964
Caption
FUTURE'S BRIGHT: Though he's flat on his back and will require extensive surgery for numerous broken bones and other accident injuries, Sam McDonald, Dundee's first Negro schoolteacher, has found thousands of friends he didn't know he had. The nurse is Miss JoAnn Nelson of the Veterans Administration Hospital in Ann Arbor.

Sam McDonald Reads His Mail While In Veterans Hospital, March 1964

Sam McDonald Reads His Mail While In Veterans Hospital, March 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 10, 1964
Caption
CATCHING UP ON HIS MAIL: Samuel A. McDonald, the only Negro school teacher in the 2,377-resident village of Dundee, gets into the day's batch of mail while recuperating in Veterans Hospital from serious injuries suffered in a Jan. 31 auto accident. Students and Dundee friends have collected more than $1,700 to help defray the 37-year-old McDonald's hospital and medical bills.

Arriving at University Hospital, 1978

Arriving at University Hospital, 1978 image

Christmas Eve at the Washtenaw County Infirmary, December 1947

Christmas Eve at the Washtenaw County Infirmary, December 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 24, 1947
Caption
Presents are piled high around the Christmas tree at the Washtenaw County Infirmary. Twenty county organizations have joined in making the holiday season a happy one for the 85 old or ailing persons house there. Especially noticeable are three radios, two contributed by the Ann Arbor Business Girls' Club, and one by the Thrift Shop. Most of the personal presents will be opened tonight.