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Dr. Norman Miller Leads Gov. Kim Sigler Down The Maternity Hospital's Only Stairway, March 1948

Dr. Norman Miller Leads Gov. Kim Sigler Down The Maternity Hospital's Only Stairway, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
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DESCENDS NARROW STAIRWAY: Gov. Sigler, inspecting the University's Maternity Hospital, follows Dr. Norman F. Miller down the building's only stairway, where "single file" is necessary.

Gov. Kim Sigler In The Formula Room Of The University's Maternity Hospital With Dr. Norman Miller, March 1948

Gov. Kim Sigler In The Formula Room Of The University's Maternity Hospital With Dr. Norman Miller, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
Caption
FORMULA ROOM STERILIZER: On his inspection tour of the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday, Gov. Sigler was shown formula room sterilizer for bottles, by Dr. Norman F. Miller.

Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
Caption
CROWDED CONDITIONS: Gov. Sigler was "amazed" at the crowded conditions he encountered in Maternity Hospital during an inspection tour yesterday. In the above picture Dr. Norman F. Miller shows his distinguished guest a water sterilizer.

Gov. Kim Sigler Meets The Ryder Family On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

Gov. Kim Sigler Meets The Ryder Family On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
Caption
Mark Ryder had the unusual experience of being greeted by a state governor when he was ushered into the world. Because Michigan's Gov. Kim Sigler was inspecting University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday when the eight-pound lad arrived, Mark will be called "Kim" for "short." Mark with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Ryder of Detroit, and Mr. Sigler are shown in the above picture.