Press enter after choosing selection

What Project GROW Needs is More Land

What Project GROW Needs is More Land image
Parent Issue
Day
21
Month
April
Year
1974
Copyright
Copyright Protected

City Accepts Hunt Property

City Accepts Hunt Property image
Parent Issue
Day
18
Month
May
Year
1943
Copyright
Copyright Protected

Hertler Bros. [advertisement]

Hertler Bros. [advertisement] image
Parent Issue
Day
26
Month
May
Year
1942
Copyright
Copyright Protected

J. W. Lorette, Blind Victory Gardener, June 1943

J. W. Lorette, Blind Victory Gardener, June 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 23, 1943
Caption
Dexter's blind gardener, J. W. Lorette, finds his way around his 40 by 50-foot garden by means of strings which serve as guide lines to his rows of vegetables. As shown here, he goes down a row on hands and knees, using one hand to keep contact with the row and the other to wield a weeding implement.

Eli Gallup and Earl Trombley layout a V-Garden on Henry St., April 1943

Eli Gallup and Earl Trombley layout a V-Garden on Henry St., April 1943 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 10, 1943
Caption
A newly plowed field is being laid out into Victory gardens by Eli Gallup, head of the Ann Arbor Park department, and Earl Trombley, park foreman, at the city's Henry St. Victory garden site. The length of the tape is the regulation length of a plot, approximately 50 feet. Mr. Gallup is holding the end of the tape and Mr. Trombley is in the foreground.