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Edward Frederick, Gov. Williams, George Meader, & Wilber Brucker Watch The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956

Edward Frederick, Gov. Williams, George Meader, & Wilber Brucker Watch The Washtenaw County Building Dedication Parade, October 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 1, 1956
Caption
ON HAND FOR EVENT: Michigan Gov. G. Mennen Williams (left), U. S. Rep. George Meader of Ann Arbor (center) and Secretary of the Army Wilber Brucker watch the parade units before the ceremonies dedicating the new building.

Frederick, Mrs. Edward (Hattie I.)

Frederick, Mrs. Edward (Hattie I.) image
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May
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1984
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Laurance, Bradley, & Edward Frederick At Popkins School, September 1956

Laurance, Bradley, & Edward Frederick At Popkins School, September 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 8, 1956
Caption
SCHOOL'S THREE GENERATIONS: Laurence Frederick, 27, of 1820 Green Rd., Ann Arbor township (left), leaves his son, Bradley, 5, in kindergarten at Popkins School as Edward W. Frederick of 1741 Green Rd. holds the door open for his grandson. Edward Frederick, chairman of the Washtenaw Board of Supervisors, and his son, Laurance, both attended Popkins, where Bradley started kindergarten this week. Popkins School was built in 1879.

Tire Shortage: Edward Frederick Gets First Tire, with County Clerk, Luella Smith, January 1942

Tire Shortage: Edward Frederick Gets First Tire, with County Clerk, Luella Smith, January 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1942
Caption
GETS FIRST TIRE CERTIFICATE: The first man in Washtenaw county to be permitted to buy a tire under new federal rationing regulations is Edward W. Frederick, 1741 Green Rd. He is pictured here receiving his purchase certificate from Mrs. Luella M. Smith, county clerk and tire rationing administrator. The county tire board approved his application to buy a tire for a pickup truck he uses to haul milk from his Ann Arbor township farm to a dairy. Forty inspection stations have been designated throughout the country and the rationing board will meet every Monday, Wednesday and Friday night to act on applications to buy tires.