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1956
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An Honor Guard Greets The Homecoming Caskets Of Pvt. Gerald Peters & First Lt. John Carver jr., August 1951

An Honor Guard Greets The Homecoming Caskets Of Pvt. Gerald Peters & First Lt. John Carver jr., August 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 14, 1951
Caption
Flag-draped caskets bearing the bodies of two Ann Arbor servicemen arrived in the city this morning and were met by an honor guard made up of American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Disabled American Veterans members. The body of Pvt. Gerald T. Peters, 17, who was killed in action in Korea Sept 3, 1950, was returned in the casket in the foreground. The casket containing the body of First Lt. John H. Carver, jr., 30 who was killed in the crash of an Air Force jet plane in the Adirondack Mountains last Tuesday is on the platform at rear. Pvt. Peters was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Peters of 607 E. Hoover Ave., and Lt. Carver was the son of Mrs. Hattie Carver of 520 Sixth St.

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

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.

Draftees at the Michigan Central Railroad Depot, December 7, 1942

Draftees at the Michigan Central Railroad Depot, December 7, 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 7, 1942
Caption
Seventeen Negro men left Ann Arbor by train this morning for Fort Custer to begin Army training. A farewell party was given for them Friday night at Dunbar Civic Center. With the group in the above photograph is Rev. C. W. Carpenter, pastor of the Second Baptist church. The men (from left to right) are: Kenneth Fox, Adoulphus P. Thompson, George Cromwell, Furman Wright, Leon F. Whitehead, Arthur F. Jones, Rev. Mr. Carpenter, Sherman Baker, Vernon B. Adams, Earl E. Jackson, Samuel Thomas, Sidney Henry Rinke, Robert M. Scott, Howard Lee Miller, Clinton Brantley, Frank Edward Bostic, Richard Anderson. The 17th inductee, William F. Hawkins, was not present when the picture was taken.

Peters Sausage Company Employees Handle A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963

Peters Sausage Company Employees Handle A Loose Pig On Broadway, November 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1963
Caption
PESKY PORKER: Local residents en route to work this morning along Broadway had to dodge around this plump hog, one of two which darted to their temporary freedom from a truck at the Peters Sausage Co. Employes of the meat processing firm, Danny Fleming (left) and Steve Berecz, hold down the animal after suitably hog-tying him as City Patrolman Arthur Hughes (right) looks on.