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Ypsilanti Residents Try New Voting Machines, November 1950 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Ypsilanti Residents Try New Voting Machines, November 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1950
Caption
YPSILANTIANS TRY VOTING MACHINES: Mrs. Frances Johnson of 97 Oakwood St., Ypsilanti, received some pointers yesterday in how to operate the city's new voting machines from Mrs. Robert Burke of 102 S. Hamilton St. Mrs. Burke is one of an Ypsilanti Junior Chamber of Commerce force of 36 trained instructors to teach voters to pull levers instead of marking "X's" in Tuesday's balloting.

Newly Married Walter & Ruth Metzger With Wedding Gifts, March 1950 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Newly Married Walter & Ruth Metzger With Wedding Gifts, March 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 23, 1950
Caption
Although their wedding was an event of Feb. 18, Walter Metzger and his bride, the former Ruth Ebinger, are just now seeing many of their wedding gifts. They arrived by plane this week from Germany, where they were married in the bride's home town, Erbstetten, in the American zone. Mr. Metzger met his bride when visiting relatives in Germany last summer.

Lansky Building Damaged in Explosion, December 1951 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Lansky Building Damaged in Explosion, December 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 27, 1951
Caption
BLAST RIPS WALL OF LANKSY BUILDING: These huge concrete blocks were dumped into the P. Lansky & Sons junk yard driveway when a blast blew out a 20-foot section of wall this morning. The explosion bared the office and basement area where a gas accumulation was believed to have been touched off. No one was injured.

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Gladys Rowley Making Cornstarch Figurines, December 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 11, 1946
Caption
Mrs. Henry Rowley spends some of her spare moments making figurines out of cornstarch, salt and water for her friends and for various organizations to use as place-makers at dinners. She got the idea for the tiny Santas, angels, skiers and sledders from the cornstarch mountains she used to mould as a grade-school pupil making relief maps for her geography classes.

Ground Is Broken For An Addition To Erwin Prieskorn American Legion Post, March 1946 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Ground Is Broken For An Addition To Erwin Prieskorn American Legion Post, March 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1946
Caption
GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW LEGION BUILDING: Local Legionnaires look over plans for the new building that will adjoin the present quarters of Erwin Prieskorn Post on S. Main St., as ground is broken for the addition. Left to right: Dugald Duncanson, commander, Roy C. Bird, Chester Nowland, Floyd Garland, Melvin C. Pierce, Jack H. Howley, Lee Thomas, George T. O'Neal and Olin C. Tenny.