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Milan Police Chief Thomas Goodridge & Clarence Southward Check Gas Storage Tank Where Explosion Occurred, May 10, 1962 Photographer: William B. Treml

Milan Police Chief Thomas Goodridge & Clarence Southward Check Gas Storage Tank Where Explosion Occurred, May 10, 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 10, 1962
Caption
Fatal Blast: Milan Police Chief Thomas Goodridge and Clarence Southward check the empty gasoline storage tank where a garage welder was killed and another man seriously injured in an explosion yesterday. Southward escaped injury although he was standing only four feet from the tank at the time. He was not even knocked off his feet.

Friends of Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 Photographer: John Heider

Friends of Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
Caption
At right, unidentified friends comfort Laurie Reuther, lower left.

Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 Photographer: John Heider

Mike Knieper Honors Officer Steve Reuther at His Memorial, February 1992 image
Published In
Ypsilanti Press, February 5, 1992
Caption
With a black mourning stripe across his badge, Milan police Officer Mike Knieper, above, stands at attention during Tuesday's memorial service.

Law Enforcement Officials Confer on the Capture of Prison Escapee, November 1960 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Law Enforcement Officials Confer on the Capture of Prison Escapee, November 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 9, 1960
Caption
That Was The Man: Sheriff's Deputy Neul K. Schneider (right) points to a description of an escaped prison convict captured by area police yesterday. Milan Police Chief Thomas Goodridge (left) relayed information after the convict had held up and robbed Bernard Seleska (seated).