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College Of Allergists Hears Dr. Lovell

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Day
23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Ragweed Grows Plentiful At Intersection of Stadium Blvd and Westminster Place, August 1941

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 13, 1941
Caption
Ragweed grows in profusion at the intersection of Stadium Blvd. and Westminster Place, as shown in this picture. This is merely a sample of the situation in many parts of the city. (Story on page 3)

Ragweed Grows Plentiful Along Stadium Blvd Between Ferdon Rd & Brockman Blvd, August 1941

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 13, 1941
Caption
HEDGES OF RAGWEED: Stadium Blvd. is lined with ragweed plants from Jackson Rd. to Washtenaw Ave. Above is shown how the walk from Ferdon to Brockman Blvd. is walled on both sides with these plants, the pollen from which is the principal cause of summer hay fever and asthma.