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King Scholarship, Professorship OKd

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20
Month
April
Year
1968
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Diabetes library presented

Diabetes library presented image
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Day
12
Month
September
Year
1992
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Ann Arbor Host Lions Club Members & Dr. John W. Henderson, Michigan Eye Bank, With A Drawing Of The Future W. K. Kellogg Eye Center, October 1983

Ann Arbor Host Lions Club Members & Dr. John W. Henderson, Michigan Eye Bank, With A Drawing Of The Future W. K. Kellogg Eye Center, October 1983 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 10, 1983
Caption
THE EYES HAVE IT - Richard Fuller (left), John Henderson, Douglas Kayner and Paul Frederick look over a drawing of the University of Michigan's W. K. Kellogg Eye Center to mark the gift of $50,000 from the Ann Arbor Host Lions Club to the Michigan Eye-Bank campaign. Kayner, president of the club, presented the money to Henderson, honorary chairman of the Eye-Bank's Research Center campaign. The Eye-Bank Research Center will be part of the new Kellogg Eye Center, which is under construction on Wall Street. The Eye-Bank is raising $2 million of the total $12 million cost of the center.

Louise Kyprie, Ann Arbor High School Nurse, Tests The Vision Of Bill Foster, October 1965

Louise Kyprie, Ann Arbor High School Nurse, Tests The Vision Of Bill Foster, October 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 8, 1965
Caption
Mrs. Lou Kyprie, Ann Arbor High nurse, administers an eye examination for Bill Foster with the aid of a $300 visual acuity test machine, a gift to local schools from the Ann Arbor Council of Lions Clubs. Other recent gifts given to the Board of Education include $40 from Edward H. Bick, 1421 Normandy, for a case for a euphonium, and a gift of a $100 violin from Robert E. Blood, 2005 Penncraft.

Frank Staffan With Eyeglasses Donated To The Lions Club, June 1963

Frank Staffan With Eyeglasses Donated To The Lions Club, June 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 6, 1963
Caption
FOR NEEDY EYES: Local funeral director Frank Staffan checks some of the eyeglasses turned in for a Lions Club campaign to help needy persons the world over.

William McCready & Storm Present A Certificate Of Appreciation To James Kearns, October 1956

William McCready & Storm Present A Certificate Of Appreciation To James Kearns, October 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 2, 1956
Caption
COINS FOR CURSING: James W. Kearns (right) and his wife, proprietors of the Union Bar at 122 W. Liberty St., suggest to patrons using profanity that they drop some money into the bar's Lions Club canister for aid to the blind. They have accumulated enough to make some sizeable donations to the Leader Dogs for the Blind School at Rochester. Yesterday at the Lions Club Luncheon William H. McCready (left), blind Law School student at the University, presented the school's certificate of appreciation to Kearns. McCready's leader dog "Storm" was trained at the Rochester school.

Mrs. Wilfred Graf, Of The Numa Club, Donates A Container Used For Transporting Donor Eyes To Dr. John Henderson At The Michigan Eye Collection Center, January 1962

Mrs. Wilfred Graf, Of The Numa Club, Donates A Container Used For Transporting Donor Eyes To Dr. John Henderson At The Michigan Eye Collection Center, January 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 26, 1962
Caption
SUPPORT EYE PROGRAM: President Mrs. Wilfred Graf, on behalf of the Numa Club, presents Dr. John Henderson, medical director of the Michigan Eye Collection Center, an eye receptacle used for transporting a donor eye to Ann Arbor. The Numa Club, which is a local organization of wives of Lions Club members, is primarily interested in contributing to the Eye Bank, located at the University Medical Center. The Collection Center makes it possible for individuals to sign pledge cards donating their eyes to the bank at the time of death. The Lions Club co-operated with the Medical Center in setting up the eye bank for corneal transplants and research.

Library given $1.1 million

Library given $1.1 million image
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27
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April
Year
1999
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