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Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1958
Caption
ON ELECTION'S EVE: Employes of a moving firm were busy today distributing the city's voting machines to the various polling places in preparation for tomorrow's election. Here, a machine is moved into the Armory. Some 16,500 may vote in Ann Arbor tomorrow.

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 2000

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 2000 image

Armory, Fifth Ave side, 1999

Armory, Fifth Ave side, 1999 image

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1999

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1999 image

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1999

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1999 image

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1992

Armory, 223 E Ann St, 1992 image

National Guard Mobilization, January 13, 1937

National Guard Mobilization, January 13, 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 13, 1937
Caption
PREPARING FOR DUTY: National guardsmen here mobilized at the Armory this morning, received field equipment, were given physical examinations and are awaiting orders to move into the auto strike area at Flint. The men are shown here receiving supplies. Corporal Charles Hasmon is receiving his helmet from Supply Sergeant Jack Perry. Left to right are: Corp. Ward Decker, Private James Curtis, Private Charles Case, Corporal Charles Hasmon, Private Raymond Horton, Lieut. Carl Dubuy, Private Aden Davis and Sergeant Jack Perry.

Ann Arbor National Guard Boarding Train for Flint Sit-Down Strike, Jan 14, 1937

Ann Arbor National Guard Boarding Train for Flint Sit-Down Strike, Jan 14, 1937 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 14, 1937
Caption
ENTRAIN FOR FLINT: Ann Arbor's Company K of the Michigan National guard boarded special trains at 6:03 this morning at the Michigan Central station, for transportation to Flint for duty in the automobile strike area. They were photographed as they entered the coaches.