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Dr. Francois Emile-Zola & Wife Visit The University Of Michigan's Institute of Industrial Health, April 1954

Dr. Francois Emile-Zola & Wife Visit The University Of Michigan's Institute of Industrial Health, April 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 22, 1954
Caption
FRENCH DOCTOR IN ANN ARBOR: Dr. Francois Emile-Zola (left), grandson of the noted French novelist, Emile Zola, and his wife (standing, center), were in Ann Arbor yesterday and today visiting the University's Institute of Industrial Health. Dr. Emile-Zola is medical director of Frigidaire Division of General Motors in Paris and is visiting various industrial health institutes in this country. With the French couple here is Dr. O. Tod Mallery, jr., director of the U-M Institute of Industrial Health, and Maxine Clapper, research technician, at the microscope.

Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Auto Shop Class, February 1955

Ann Arbor Public Evening School - Auto Shop Class, February 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 18, 1955
Caption
KNOW YOUR AUTO: That's the title of a night school course designed to help the average car owner - women as well as men - understand the mechanics of their vehicle. It also helps them detect and make simple repairs. Donald Staebler (right), the instructor, identifies parts of an automobile engine for his class. Students (in clockwise order) are Dian Brockmiller (foreground, back to camera), Rosalyn Bondy, Tom Corkin, Helen Rocheleau and Maxine Clapper.