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Newly Dedicated Monroe Tourist Lodge Welcomes Visitors To Michigan, February 1941

Newly Dedicated Monroe Tourist Lodge Welcomes Visitors To Michigan, February 1941 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 13, 1941
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TO WELCOME VISITORS TO MICHIGAN: Here is the Monroe Tourist Lodge, on US-24 near the Ohio state line, which was officially dedicated on Wednesday by Gov. Murray D. Van Wagoner and Highway Commissioner Donald Kennedy. The $35,000 building, which is a hospitality lodge, designed to give tourists an official welcome to the state, stands in a large wooded park. Eventually it will be an island, formed by divided lanes of US-24, the Telegraph road. This is the third one at important entryways into Michigan, one being near New Buffalo on US-12, and another at Menominee on US-41.

President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1948
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OFF FOR POINTS WEST: University President Alexander G. Ruthven (back to camera) said goodbyes to Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg (second from right) and family yesterday at the New York Central depot. Dr. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School, and Dr. Raymond W. Waggoner (far right), director of the University's Neuropsychiatric Institute, will serve as special consultants to the Surgeon General of the U. S. Army in Japan and Korea. Dr. Waggoner will fly to San Francisco Sunday morning, meeting Dr. Furstenberg for their joint air trip to the Far East Sunday evening. Dr. Furstenberg's family, left to right, Billy, Mrs. Furstenberg, and Julie are accompanying the doctor to San Francisco by train. They will take a plane to Honolulu where they will remain for about six weeks until Dr. Furstenberg returns.

Couple To Sail To Brazil In Homemade Boat

Couple To Sail To Brazil In Homemade Boat image
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23
Month
June
Year
1955
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Kenneth & Marjorie Veenstra With Boat They Built For Sailing Trip To Brazil, August 1955

Kenneth & Marjorie Veenstra With Boat They Built For Sailing Trip To Brazil, August 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 26, 1955
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COUPLE READY BOAT FOR VOYAGE: The 'Euphoric,' built by a young doctor and his wife for an 8,000-mile sailing trip to Brazil, was moved out of their back yard at 807 Arch St. yesterday to a Trenton boat yard. It will be fitted with keel and mast in a matter of three days and the voyage is scheduled to get underway in about two weeks. The couple, Dr. And Mrs. Kenneth E. Veenstra, will sail to Rio de Janeiro where he will serve an externship. From left to right are Veenstra, his wife, and a friend, Vincent Dolan.

Boat Departure Postponed - By Arrival!

Boat Departure Postponed - By Arrival! image
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Day
4
Month
October
Year
1955
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