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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.

Karen Madsen & Jan Shatusky Study Their Ann Arbor Parks Map, October 1998

Karen Madsen & Jan Shatusky Study Their Ann Arbor Parks Map, October 1998 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1998
Caption
Madsen and Shatusky check their Ann Arbor parks map as they discuss some of the little-known parks they've visited.

Harry Howard & Elizabeth Kummer With A Map Of Ann Arbor, January 1974

Harry Howard & Elizabeth Kummer With A Map Of Ann Arbor, January 1974 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 30, 1974
Caption
Ann Arbor School Superintendent Harry Howard spoke this week at a luncheon session co-sponsored by the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters and the Public Library as part of a series to acquaint area residents with new officials. LWV member Elizabeth Kummer, at right in photo, took the opportunity to discuss with him recent additions to the school system as part of the research for the League's "Know Your Schools" book, now under revision. The League is seeking local donations to help finance its community service projects. (Photo by Cecil Lockard)

Political Districts On Map

Political Districts On Map image
Parent Issue
Day
23
Month
August
Year
1974
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Wallpaper Mural in the Library of the Robert Date Home, 3430 East Huron River Drive, April 1966

Wallpaper Mural in the Library of the Robert Date Home, 3430 East Huron River Drive, April 1966 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 3, 1966
Caption
Focal point of the library in the Robert K. Date home, 3430 East Huron River, is a wallpaper mural showing the Pan American World Airways flights. Mrs. Date used the mural colors, turquoise, copper and black, for her color scheme. The room, which also serves as a study for Mr. Date and a family game room, has polished fruitwood floors. The sofa is covered with black and white striped denim, and chairs near it are covered with copper-colored suede. Chairs at the dark oak game table are upholstered in black leather. Three walls are paneled in pine.

U. S. products map created by students at Angell School, January 1940

U. S. products map created by students at Angell School, January 1940 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 25, 1940
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PRESENT MAP TO SCHOOL: This map of the United States on which Angell School sixth-grade students have placed miniature automobiles, trains, food packages and other articles to indicate the principal agricultural and industrial activities of each section of the nation was presented to the school yesterday afternoon by the pupils. Shown above are four of the students. The boy kneeling is Jack Grimston, immediately next to him is Robert Copp and the third boy is Malcolm Brown. The girl is Norma Thomas.

Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956

Documents Are Signed Enabling The Location Of Parke Davis & Co. And The Bendix Aviation Corp. In Ann Arbor, December 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 6, 1956
Caption
VITAL DOCUMENTS SIGNED: Pens are wielded as cost-sharing agreements on water and sanitary sewer facility expansions are signed that will enable the location of Parke, Davis & Co. and Bendix Aviation Corp. institutions in northeast Ann Arbor and the expansion of U-M North Campus developments. Gathered for the event (front, left to right) are Dr. Russell D. O'Neal of Bendix, Homer C. Fritsch of Parke-Davis, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., Wilbur K. Pierpont of the U-M and Kenneth D. McGregor of Parke-Davis. Standing (left to right) are City Clerk Fred J. Looker, Mayor Pro-tem Russell J. Burns, W. N. MacDonald of Bendix, Dr. Leon A. Sweet and T. C. Anderson, both of Parke-Davis.

Where Institutions Will Be

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Parent Issue
Day
7
Month
December
Year
1956
Copyright
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