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A Cow Lounges In A Scio Township Alfalfa Field, August 1956

A Cow Lounges In A Scio Township Alfalfa Field, August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1956
Caption
ALFALFA FIELD: Scio township soil is ideal for alfalfa growing. Alfalfa makes a good hay crop for almost all farm animals when mixed with other grasses. It is of value, too, as a soil improver. Wheat is another crop which grows in abundance in the township. This photograph was taken near Zeeb Rd.

Honeybrook Farm Roadside Stand - Jackson Road (US-12), August 1956

Honeybrook Farm Roadside Stand - Jackson Road (US-12), August 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1956
Caption
JACKSON RD. MARKET: Demonstrating the fertility of Scio township soil is this fruit and vegetable stand at 6390 Jackson Rd., one of several in the township. Salesladies are Elizabeth Wallace (left), 10, and Sandra Faircloth, 14. The small market offers tomatoes, apples, cucumbers, peaches, watermelons, plums, berries and other produce.

SCIO TOWNSHIP NOTICE

SCIO TOWNSHIP NOTICE image
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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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A Step Ahead Of Bulldozers

A Step Ahead Of Bulldozers image
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Day
6
Month
May
Year
1999
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Controversial Billboard Completed, July 1965

Controversial Billboard Completed, July 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1965
Caption
Controversial Billboard: This is the controversial billboard in the 2000-block of W. Stadium Blvd. which some west side residents objected to and which caused lengthy discussion in City Council Chambers. The sign is owned by the Central Advertising Co. of Scio Township. Richard L. Lorencen, manager of Central Advertising, said his firm paid for the slogan.