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Ann Arbor Second Ward Voters Lined Up Before Polls Open For The 1952 Presidential Election - November 4, 1952

Ann Arbor Second Ward Voters Lined Up Before Polls Open For The 1952 Presidential Election - November 4, 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1952
Caption
BEFORE DAWN'S EARLY LIGHT: Ann Arbor had one of its heaviest early voter turnouts in history this morning as this picture outside the polling place in the first precinct of the Second Ward illustrates. The time was a few minutes before the poll-opening hour of 7 a.m. Election officials said a line had formed as early as 6:30 this morning. The polling place is on S. Ashley St.

Mrs. John McClendon Arrives At Jones School To Vote In The City Election, April 1968

Mrs. John McClendon Arrives At Jones School To Vote In The City Election, April 1968 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 1, 1968
Caption
Like hundreds of other Ann Arborites, Mrs. John McClendon (foreground) of 918 Catherine cast her ballot today for councilman and voted on six city charter amendments. She was photographed at Jones School, the location of the Third Precinct's polling station in the First Ward. Others preparing to vote are in the background.

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1952
Caption
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT: Even the children get into the act when Ann Arbor goes to the polls. Genial William L. "Bill" Dawson, chairman in the third precinct of the Seventh Ward, does a little coaching for Sharon and Linda Seyfried during a quiet moment in the Burns Park School voting place. Their mother, Mrs. Calvin Seyfried, 1803 Baldwin Ave., looks on.

Olga Michelsen Makes A Map For The League Of Women Voters, March 1956

Olga Michelsen Makes A Map For The League Of Women Voters, March 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 26, 1956
Caption
FAMILY PROJECT: Three of the four children of Mrs. Finn C. Michelsen, 2563 Parkwood St., East Ann Arbor, provide a critical audience as she traces with red color the new ward and precinct boundaries on a large poster-map of Ann Arbor. They are daughter Britt, 5 1/2, and twins Sandra and Finn, jr., 3. Mrs. Michelsen, a member of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters, prepared one of several maps for the League which have been posted in store windows and other prominent spots in Ann Arbor.

Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967

Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1967
Caption
Ho-Hum! Free time was the order of the dayin the city's 30 election precincts, as is evidenced by this picture taken in the Northside School gymnasium -- voting place for the First Ward's first precinct. By 9:45 a.m. today, only one person had cast a ballot in this precinct and that ballot was by one of the election workers. A primary election to select two candidates to run for Probate Court in April and to select the Republican nominee in the Third Ward is being conducted today. Pictured are (left to right) Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher and John Modlin. Modlin is the only resident of the precinct and had cast the lone early ballot.