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Robert Schumacher Purchases The First 1954 License Plate Sold In Ann Arbor, November 1953

Robert Schumacher Purchases The First 1954 License Plate Sold In Ann Arbor, November 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 1, 1953
Caption
Robert J. Schumacher (left) of 326 S. Fifth Ave. was the first 1954 license plate buyer at the secretary of state's branch office this morning. His plate - bearing the new slogan "Water Wonderland" - is sold to him by Mark M. Mayne, manager of the office. The 1954 plates feature maize numbers on a blue background.

Drivers Crowd Ann Arbor's Small Secretary Of State Office to Purchase License Plates, February 1957

Drivers Crowd Ann Arbor's Small Secretary Of State Office to Purchase License Plates, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 7, 1957
Caption
PLATE PLIGHT: Although there were only five persons in Ann Arbor's secretary of state branch office to buy car license plates this morning, there wasn't room for many more. Car owners are urged to buy their plates as soon as possible to avoid waiting outside in the weather because the office can hold only about 10 to 15 people.

Drivers Lined Up To Purchase 1957 License Plates, February 1957

Drivers Lined Up To Purchase 1957 License Plates, February 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 27, 1957
Caption
COLD LICENSE BUYERS: This line of some 40 cold, and in many cases complaining, auto license plate buyers had formed by 9 a.m. today outside the Ann Arbor license sales office at 307 S. Fifth Ave. - a half hour after the office opened. With today and tomorrow left to buy 1957 plates before 1956 plates expire, the lines were expected to remain lengthy, with most persons in them spending substantial time outside. The small office can accommodate 10 to 15 persons inside at one time.