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Candidates For Michigan Congressman-At-Large Draw Straws To Determine Who Will Speak First At A League Of Women Voters Event, September 1962

Candidates For Michigan Congressman-At-Large Draw Straws To Determine Who Will Speak First At A League Of Women Voters Event, September 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 26, 1962
Caption
WHO GOES FIRST? Mrs. Thomas Snelham of Birmingham, state president of the League of Women Voters, supervises as the candidates for congressman-at-large draw straws to determine their speaking order before the Ann Arbor league. From left to right are Ralph Muncy, Socialist Labor; Alvin M. Bentley, Republican, and Neal Staebler, Democrat. Bentley lost and spoke first, as in the candidates' previous joint appearances.

Voters' Guides Being Offered By League

Voters' Guides Being Offered By League image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
October
Year
1966
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Deacon Fred Williams at the Second Baptist Church Annual Unity March To Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., January 2006

Deacon Fred Williams at the Second Baptist Church Annual Unity March To Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., January 2006 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 9, 2006
Caption
Above, Jahsaan Hughbanks, 9, helps with the lead banner as he and about 150 others marched down Main Street in downtown Ann Arbor Sunday in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity March, sponsored by theSecond Baptist Church. Right [this photo], Fred Williams, deacon at the Second Baptist Church, helps organize Sunday's march.

Jahsaan Hughbanks at the Second Baptist Church Annual Unity March To Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., January 2006

Jahsaan Hughbanks at the Second Baptist Church Annual Unity March To Honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., January 2006 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 9, 2006
Caption
Above [this photo], Jahsaan Hughbanks, 9, helps with the lead banner as he and about 150 others marched down Main Street in downtown Ann Arbor Sunday in the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Unity March, sponsored by theSecond Baptist Church. Right, Fred Williams, deacon at the Second Baptist Church, helps organize Sunday's march.

Washtenaw Vote Tallies For Four Offices

Washtenaw Vote Tallies For Four Offices image
Parent Issue
Day
4
Month
November
Year
1964
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Long Line at Ann Arbor Mary St. Polling Place In 1964 Presidential Election, November 1964

Long Line at Ann Arbor Mary St. Polling Place In 1964 Presidential Election, November 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1964
Caption
Lines formed at Ann Arbor's polling places at 7 a.m. and many voters reported waits of 45 minutes to more than an hour. These pictures, taken about two hours after the polls opened, indicate patience was needed by those wishing to cast their ballots. At left is the line in front of the Forest Ave. Polling Place; at right [this photo] is a view of people ready to vote inside the Mary St. Polling Place.