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To Hold Paper Drive

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April
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1956
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Waste Paper - Our Job

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April
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1944
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Scrap Drives: Paper Salvage at Jones School, December 1943

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 14, 1943
Caption
Wastepaper Piles Up In City's Schools: Ann Arbor's residents this week are making concerted efforts to get their wastepaper into the scrap against the Axis as the city prepares for its big collection drive on Friday. Typical of the way wastepaper for salvage is flowing into the city's schools, which are serving as collection depots, is the above photograph made at Jones school this morning. Johnny Logothetis pulls the wagon load of salvaged paper as Stella Kokinakes holds the pile straight. In the rear, Stanley Larmee is shown bringing in another bundle. City residents might be cautioned, however, that they will help in the drive and will aid the school pupil collectors if they tie their papers and magazines into bundles rather than leaving them loose as are the ones above.

Packard Street Kids With A Pile of Scrap Salvage, June 1942

Packard Street Kids With A Pile of Scrap Salvage, June 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 20, 1942
Caption
Youngsters in the neighborhood of 811 Packard St. have formed their own "Victory Club" and, strictly on their own initiative, have been scouring the area for scrap paper, rags, rubber and metal. They have collected tin cans, too, flattening them according to salvage regulations. In the picture are, front row, left to right, Charles Bauman, Jack Wall and Elbert Dickman; back row, Marvin Dickman, the president; Lavonne Dickman, treasurer; Norma Shipman, Norma Rich, Jimmy Gorton and Dale Rich, vice-president and secretary. Seven-year-old Dick Westphal missed the picture. He went home to change his clothes and got back too late. The scrap is piled at the rear of the Dickman home, 811 Packard St.

Boys With Nearly Two Tons of Paper Salvage, June 1944

Boys With Nearly Two Tons of Paper Salvage, June 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 30, 1944
Caption
MICHIGAN MIDGETS GATHER GIANT WASTE PAPER PILE: The Michigan Midgets, a patriotic group of Ann Arbor youngsters, are doing their part in making Ann Arbor's waster paper drive a success. Shown here with the near two tons of paper they have at 801 Sylvan Ave., are, left to right on top row, Bill Hahn, Dick Nevel, Butch Stoddard, Tom Fairchild and Jack Dawson. The bottom row, left to right, is composed of Bob Dawson, Kenny Cooper, Mike Spencer, Peter Fox and David Cooper.