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Freshman Jean Boehlke Moves Into Stockwell Hall At The University Of Michigan, September 1960 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Freshman Jean Boehlke Moves Into Stockwell Hall At The University Of Michigan, September 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1960
Caption
TOTE THAT LOAD: Moving from her home in Saginaw to Stockwell Dormitory at the University for nine months can mean a big shift in personal belongings, but one wonders how large that pile will grow by next June after Freshman Jean Boehlke brings back Christmas presents plus various and sundry "incidentals." Helping her make the "big shift" is Had Beatty of Toledo, O., a junior at Dartmouth College, who has come to the U-M to "make some money." We agree that he's earning it on this trip, especially since that load has to be towed up to the fourth floor. Also pictured (at far right) are Miss Boehlke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Boehlke of Saginaw.

Laura Evans & Betsy Wernette Get Advice On Packing For College From Pamela Reading, August 1964 Photographer: Doug Fulton

Laura Evans & Betsy Wernette Get Advice On Packing For College From Pamela Reading, August 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 29, 1964
Caption
College-bound freshmen (from left) Laura Evans and Betsy Wernette get a few tips on what and how much to take from an experienced suitcase packer, Pamela Reading who will be returning to Stephens College this fall. Laura will enter the University of Pennsylvania, and Betsy will be on the Wellesley campus. The girls are the daughters of Dr. and Mrs. T. N. Evans of Belmont Road, Mr. and Mrs. J. Philip Wernette of Londonderry Road, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas K. Reading of Heatheridge.

The trunks of returning University of Michigan students under the Broadway Bridge at the Michigan Central Station, September 1947 Photographer: Eck Stanger

The trunks of returning University of Michigan students under the Broadway Bridge at the Michigan Central Station, September 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 17, 1947
Caption
SIGN OF FALL: "Baggage-smashers" at the Michigan Central depot know the University is back in session as they ruefully eye the forerunners of approximately 14,000 trunks or other pieces of luggage they will handle before the rush subsides. Surveying a part of the morning's load are Ken Behnke (left) and Bill Schlect (right). Extra help has been added by both the Railway Express Co. and the railroad to expedite deliveries.

Harold C. Baker Receives A Gift At The Ann Arbor Lions Club 25th Anniversary Party, May 1954

Harold C. Baker Receives A Gift At The Ann Arbor Lions Club 25th Anniversary Party, May 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 7, 1954
Caption
Harold C. Baker (left), first president of the Ann Arbor Lions Club when it was founded 25 years ago, receives a gift of a piece of luggage from Robert T. Ball, present club president, at the Lions' 25th anniversary party held last night at the Michigan Union. Arthur E. Greene, another charter member, received a 25-year certificate.

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Day
26
Month
May
Year
1942
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