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League Of Women Voters Begin Finance Drive, September 1959

League Of Women Voters Begin Finance Drive, September 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 22, 1959
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DRIVE BEGINS: To defray expenses of League of Women Voters publications, solicitors began their finance drive yesterday in Ann Arbor. Their goal is $2,800. The latest of LWV "voters service" publications is a 50-page pamphlet titled, "Know Your County."

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1960
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IT'S A LOAD: After weeks of stuffing and stamping envelopes, the thousand letters from the League of Women Voters, are finally on their way to the post office for the beginning of the League's annual finance campaign. Mrs. William Morse (left) and Mrs. Warren Smith will mail the envelopes, take a deep sigh of relief and plunge into another project.

Adelaide Suits Rehearses Her Scene With Richard Cutler For The League Of Women Voters "How-Not-To-Do-It" Finance Drive Presentation, September 1961

Adelaide Suits Rehearses Her Scene With Richard Cutler For The League Of Women Voters "How-Not-To-Do-It" Finance Drive Presentation, September 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 14, 1961
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'FRIENDLY PERSUASION': A member of the League of Women Voters "persuades" a prospective contributor on one of her early morning calls as a solicitor for the League's finance drive, which begins Tuesday. Mrs. Daniel B. Suits and Prof. Richard L. Cutler are shown in a scene from one of the skits on "how-not-to-do-it" soliciting to be presented at the finance drive's kick-off meeting Monday.

Dr. John F. Shepard Drops A Financial Contribution For The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Into A Mailbox, September 1962

Dr. John F. Shepard Drops A Financial Contribution For The Ann Arbor League Of Women Voters Into A Mailbox, September 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 12, 1962
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AVID LEAGUE SUPPORTER: Mrs. Carl Johnson, finance chairman of the Ann Arbor League of Women Voters, smiles with approval as Dr. John F. Shepard of Oakland Ave., professor emeritus of psychology at the U-M, is first in line with his contribution for the League's annual finance drive, which gets under way officially Sept. 17. Supporters of the League's nonpartisan work in national, state and local government are being asked to donate $3,500 this year.

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 3, 1944

Campbell Smith (representing Ann Arbor) and Saundra Wares (representing the county outside Ann Arbor) Show the Red Cross Drive's Daily Score, March 3, 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 3, 1944
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Ann Arbor is asked to give $61,500 to the Red Cross fund in the drive now on; Washtenaw county outside the city is asked to give $31,000--a county total of $92,500. Unofficial reports form the army of solicitors that went into action on Wednesday are that the people approached are giving eagerly and generously. They want to have a real share in the great work of the Red Cross. They want to feel that they are active parts of the Red Cross. But while unofficial reports show that the drive is "going strong," official reports are slow in coming in. Perhaps that's because the solicitors have been so busy gathering in contributions they haven't taken time to send them to headquarters. When these official reports really begin to come in, watch the "$" sign on the Cross begin to multiply. Each "$" sign on the Cross stand for $2,000 turned into headquarters. Thus far Ann ARbor is officially credited with $7,092, so the lad representing the city chalks up a fourth "$" sign. He still has27 to go to reach Ann Arbor's quota of $61,500. The lassie is still waiting anxiously for official returns from Ypsilanti, Milan, Dexter, Saline, Chelsea, Whitmore Lake, Manchester, Bridgewater, and the rural districts of the county. She's alert to mark them down quickly when they come. Washtenaw county is going to fill that Cross with "$" signs. Watch 'em grow!