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Sunny Morse & Her Children Assemble A League Of Women Voters Window Display In The Ann Arbor Trust Building, September 1953

Sunny Morse & Her Children Assemble A League Of Women Voters Window Display In The Ann Arbor Trust Building, September 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1953
Caption
This window display at the Ann Arbor Trust Building is helping to publicize the activities of the League of Women voters, which is conducting a campaign this week to raise funds for its work in increasing citizen interest in civic affairs. Mrs. William C. Morse of 2010 Penncraft Ct. and her two children, Suzie, 8, and Jimmie, 6, are working on the display.

Barbara & Judy Hough Assemble A League Of Women Voters Exhibit, April 1958

Barbara & Judy Hough Assemble A League Of Women Voters Exhibit, April 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 9, 1958
Caption
LEAGUE'S EXHIBIT: An exhibit created by members of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters and designed to encourage persons to vote "yes" on calling a Constitutional Convention, will be on display at the Ann Arbor Junior Chamber of Commerce Builders Show today through Sunday at Yost Fieldhouse. Here, Mrs. Paul Hough of Olivia Ave. works on the exhibit with help from her daughter, Judy, 7. A vote on the calling of a Constitutional Convention will be held on Nov. 4.

League Of Women Voters Member, DeEtta Forsythe, Demonstrates Voting Machine Operation, March 1942

League Of Women Voters Member, DeEtta Forsythe, Demonstrates Voting Machine Operation, March 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1942
Caption
VOTING MACHINE DEMONSTRATED: Ann Arbor residents, who will cast their votes by machine at the April 6 election, can familiarize themselves with the operation of voting machines at the city hall, the Detroit Edison Co. office, the high school, the Michigan Union and the State theater, where the machines are on demonstration-display. Mrs. Warren Forsythe is seen showing David Underdown how to vote the machine at the voters information bureau maintained at the Detroit Edison office by the League of Women Voters.

Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967

Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1967
Caption
Ho-Hum! Free time was the order of the dayin the city's 30 election precincts, as is evidenced by this picture taken in the Northside School gymnasium -- voting place for the First Ward's first precinct. By 9:45 a.m. today, only one person had cast a ballot in this precinct and that ballot was by one of the election workers. A primary election to select two candidates to run for Probate Court in April and to select the Republican nominee in the Third Ward is being conducted today. Pictured are (left to right) Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher and John Modlin. Modlin is the only resident of the precinct and had cast the lone early ballot.

Ann Arbor Yesterdays

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23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Aid To Voters

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Day
23
Month
March
Year
1970
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Recount Started On East Ann Arbor Vote

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Day
3
Month
July
Year
1946
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