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Harvesting Corn On The Wilfred Vunyea Farm, October 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

Harvesting Corn On The Wilfred Vunyea Farm, October 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1948
Caption
CORN PICKER MOVES INTO WASHTENAW COUNTY: One of the first - perhaps the first - self-propelled corn pickers put in use on a Washtenaw County farm is now at work on the Wilfred Vunyea farm at 3340 N. Territorial Rd. It is shown above, with its owner at the wheel. Corn harvesting, with this machine, proceeds along at a clip of 20 to 30 acres a day.

Gov. Kim Sigler In The Formula Room Of The University's Maternity Hospital With Dr. Norman Miller, March 1948

Gov. Kim Sigler In The Formula Room Of The University's Maternity Hospital With Dr. Norman Miller, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
Caption
FORMULA ROOM STERILIZER: On his inspection tour of the University of Michigan's Maternity Hospital yesterday, Gov. Sigler was shown formula room sterilizer for bottles, by Dr. Norman F. Miller.

Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948

Dr. Norman Miller Shows Gov. Kim Sigler A Water Sterilizer On His Tour Of The University's Maternity Hospital, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 30, 1948
Caption
CROWDED CONDITIONS: Gov. Sigler was "amazed" at the crowded conditions he encountered in Maternity Hospital during an inspection tour yesterday. In the above picture Dr. Norman F. Miller shows his distinguished guest a water sterilizer.

Cucumber Seed Threshing On The Clayton Carpenter Farm, October 1938

Cucumber Seed Threshing On The Clayton Carpenter Farm, October 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1938
Caption
UNUSUAL THRESHING OPERATION: This picture shows a threshing outfit that is seldom used in Washtenaw county or vicinity. It was taken on the Clayton Carpenter farm on Chilson Rd., three miles north of Lakeland, where nine acres of cucumbers were ground up for seed last week. The cucumbers are being shoveled into a hopper by Willard Wiltse, a neighboring farmer. The seed and juices are sifted out in the revolving wire cage, falling into a moat lined with gunny sacking, and the residue is being shoveled away by Mr. Carpenter. The horse at the right is operating a treadmill, which turns the grinder and sifter.

Employees Package Peanuts At The Franklin Foods Plant, September 1954

Employees Package Peanuts At The Franklin Foods Plant, September 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 18, 1954
Caption
FINAL OPERATIONS: Labeling, filling and vacuum-packing the bottles are the final jobs at Franklin Foods. Emilia Enner (left) is operating the labeling machine. The bottles are then automatically filled with peanuts by the hopper (upper right), and then Virginia Hickerson seals them in the vacuum-packing machine (right).