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Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944

Line-Up at Muir's During Cigarette Shortage, November 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1944
Caption
BANANAS? NO. NYLONS? NO. JUST CIGARETS: Ann Arbor's shortage of cigarets is growing no better fast, if the above picture is a criterion, for this is part of a line-up of more than 50 persons who were waiting to buy cigarets at Muir's drug store on Main St. this morning when the photographer happened along. A sign on the window says "cigarets, first come, first served."

5th Bond Drive: Legion Mule, June 1944

5th Bond Drive: Legion Mule, June 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1944
Caption
LEGIONNAIRE MOUNTS DONKEY IN BOND SHOW STUNT: Elgie E. Gould, steward at the American Legion home here, poses aboard a donkey at E. Washington and S. Main Sts. to draw attention to a Legion window display featuring prizes to be given away at the Legion sponsored War bond show and auction to be held in Hill auditorium tomorrow night with Dr. I.Q., radio quiz man, in the featured role of both program and bond auction. Cornelius Tuomy, county drain commissioner, is also shown in special trappings.