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University of Michigan Sesquicentennial Billboard, March 1967

University of Michigan Sesquicentennial Billboard, March 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 28, 1967
Caption
Care is being taken to make sure that visitors attending the University's 150-year Sesquicentennial celebration are welcomed to Ann Arbor. Standing in front of the first of nine billboards to be put up throughout the city are Daniel H. Schurz (left), chairman of the City Commission for the University Sesquicentennial, and Govert W. van den Bosch, chairman of its public relations committee.

Auto Insurance Officers in Front of Billboard

Auto Insurance Officers in Front of Billboard image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 26, 1939
Caption
FOR HIGHWAY SAFETY: This striking poster showing a smiling school girl in bright yellow frock, standing in the path of a speeding car, with the dark hand of death outstretched, has been placed on Stadium Blvd. at Barnard Heights by the Ann Arbor Association of Insurance Agents as a feature of the highway safety campaign. Inspecting the poster yesterday were, left to right: Joseph W. Mundus, Lyle Thayer, resident of the insurance agents, Julius Haarer, E. Haas, Walter W. Springer, Irwin Stoll, and Ward Peterson, all insurance men. Trooper Robert Angell of the Ypsialnti post of the state police, motorcycle Traffic Officer Conrad Miller and Acting Chief Norman E. Cook of the Ann Arbor police department, and Russell Bradly, secretary of the insurance agents.

Billboard, Flyer

Billboard, Flyer image
Parent Issue
Day
12
Month
March
Year
1970
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Controversial Billboard Completed, July 1965

Controversial Billboard Completed, July 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1965
Caption
Controversial Billboard: This is the controversial billboard in the 2000-block of W. Stadium Blvd. which some west side residents objected to and which caused lengthy discussion in City Council Chambers. The sign is owned by the Central Advertising Co. of Scio Township. Richard L. Lorencen, manager of Central Advertising, said his firm paid for the slogan.

Defaced Billboard Atop Main Party Store, March 1985

Defaced Billboard Atop Main Party Store, March 1985 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 7, 1985
Caption
Damage to this Black Velvet Canadian whiskey sign over a building at 205 N. Main St was estimated by police at $1,000 to $2,000.