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1953 Absentee Ballots Arrive From Mexico

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2
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April
Year
1956
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Deputy Clerk Begins Duties

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2
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April
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1956
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League Of Women Voters Promote Voter Registration At Ann Arbor Bank, July 1964

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 29, 1964
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OPEN VOTER DRIVE: Taking advantage of huge crowds during Bargain Days this week, the League of Women Voters has set up special desks at three locations to promote voter registrations for the Sept. 1 primary election. Shown at the S. University branch of the Ann Arbor Bank, where registrations are being handled today until 3 p.m., are (from the left), Mrs. Nathaniel P. Breed, Mrs. Arthur J. Carr, City Clerk Fred Looker and Mrs. Altan Balta. Registration also will be handled from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. tomorrow at the E. Liberty branch and from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday at the S. Main branch of the Ann Arbor Bank. The League has long been active in promoting civic participation.

City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. examine the new city flag at City Hall, October 1959

City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom Jr. examine the new city flag at City Hall, October 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1959
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NEW CITY FLAG: City Clerk Fred J. Looker (left) and City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr., examine the new 3x5-foot city flag delivered to City Hall yesterday. The flag is on display in the City Council room. The flag, basically white, black and gold in color, was made up by a local firm on the basis of a design by Jean Winkelhaus, winner of a flag design contest last spring for students in the city in grades 7 through 12. A city flag originally was proposed by former Councilwoman Alicia Dwyer Pratt. Cost for the city of making the flag was $154.50, not including pole and stand.

Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956

Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1956
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VITAL DOCUMENTS SIGNED: Pens are wielded as cost-sharing agreements on water and sanitary sewer facility expansions are signed that will enable the location of Parke, Davis & Co. and Bendix Aviation Corp. institutions in northeast Ann Arbor and the expansion of U-M North Campus developments. Gathered for the event (front, left to right) are Dr. Russell D. O'Neal of Bendix, Homer C. Fritsch of Parke-Davis, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Wilbur K. Pierpont of the U-M and Kenneth D. McGregor of Parke-Davis. Standing (left to right) are City Clerk Fred J. Looker, Mayor Pro-tem Russell J. Burns, W. N. MacDonald of Bendix, Dr. Leon A. Sweet and T. C. Anderson, both of Parke-Davis.

Pickets, City Police Battle

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29
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February
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1964
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Pickets, City Police Battle

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24
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February
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1964
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Karl F. Hafner Heads Veterans

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15
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October
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1937
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City Officials Sign Utility Permits for Ann Arbor Research Park, November 1960

City Officials Sign Utility Permits for Ann Arbor Research Park, November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 1, 1960
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Activates Research Park: Mayor Cecil O. Creal (seated) signs an option agreement to permit the city to install utilities to and in a 210-acre research park. Looking on (left to right) are Thomas L. Dickinson, co-chairman of the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce's Economic Development Committee, and City Clerk Fred J. Looker and Lawrence H. Ouimet, the committee's other co-chairman. Development of the park with research-oriented industry is expected to begin in the spring, Dickinson said. Installation of the utility lines will be scheduled so that they will be available when the park is ready for use, City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr., said today.