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Pickets, City Police Battle

Pickets, City Police Battle image
Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
February
Year
1964
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Pickets, City Police Battle

Pickets, City Police Battle image
Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
February
Year
1964
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula at Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951

Ann Arbor Police Officer Walter DeDula at Scene of Ann Arbor Railroad Derailment On Hill Street, August 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 6, 1951
Caption
Wreck As Seen From West: Patrolman Walter DeDeula of the Ann Arbor police department explains to a News reporter how one of the tank cars was left on a 45-degree angle after a broken axle caused a $7,000 wreck on the Ann Arbor Railroad yesterday morning. The 82-car freight was bound for Toledo. This view is looking north on the west side of the tracks. One car, partly hidden by trees, was at almost a right angle to the tracks.

Fred Wolkert and Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Walter DeDula Inspect Manhole Cover Blown Off In Explosion, January 1951

Fred Wolkert and Ann Arbor Police Patrolman Walter DeDula Inspect Manhole Cover Blown Off In Explosion, January 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 6, 1951
Caption
Fred Wolkert of 227 Murray Ave., and Patrolman Walter DeDula examine one of the three manhole covers blown more than 40 feet into the air in a telephone conduit explosion near S. Seventh and W. Washington Sts. about 1 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The covers were estimated to weigh more than 50 pounds apiece. Bell Telephone workmen at the scene said that an accumulation of gas was probably touched off by a short-circuit in one of the cables. The manholes affected were located at S. Seventh and W. Washington Sts., S. Seventh at Liberty St., and at Murray Ave. and W. Washington St.