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State Kiwanis Convention Dinner At Holiday Inn West, August 1973

State Kiwanis Convention Dinner At Holiday Inn West, August 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 23, 1973
Caption
Kiwanis Convention Under Way ~ Ann Arbor Kiwanian Tom Oliver (left), Michigan District governor-elect, and J. Stewart Wilson (right) of Detroit, outgoing governor of the Kiwanis district, chat with Kiwanis International Trustee James Brooks of Raleigh, N.C. They got together Wednesday at Ann Arbor Holiday Inn West prior to the opening luncheon of the state Kiwanis 56th annual convention here. Some 1,000 Michigan Kiwanians and their guests are attending sessions.

Kiwanis Club Provides Funds for University Hospital Children's Recreation Area, January 1957

Kiwanis Club Provides Funds for University Hospital Children's Recreation Area, January 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 22, 1957
Caption
Kiwanis Leaders Visit U-M Hospital: Reed C. Culp (third from left), of Salt Lake City,president of Kiwanis International, visited the University Hospital yesterday where the Michigan Kiwanis district maintains a recreation area for children confined to the hospital. Mrs. Culp (right) accompanied her husband. The other couple is Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Confer of Detroit. Confer is governor of the Michigan Kiwanis district.

Kiwanis Convention Brings 1,000 Delegates to Ann Arbor, August 1953

Kiwanis Convention Brings 1,000 Delegates to Ann Arbor, August 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 31, 1953
Caption
Three of the 1,000 delegates to the 36th annual Michigan Kiwanis convention chat this morning outside the Rackham Building. They are (left to right) Keith Sturdevant of St. Joseph; Dr. C. M. Loesell of Ypsilanti, a past Michigan District governor; and Charles P. Cowdin, 91, of Detroit. Cowdin is one of three surviving founders of the Kiwanis movement. He is a charter member of the Detroit Club No. 1, the first Kiwanis club. It was founded in 1915.

Kiwanis Wives Play Golf at Barton Hills Country Club, September 1953

Kiwanis Wives Play Golf at Barton Hills Country Club, September 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1953
Caption
Golf Available To Kiwanian Wives ~ Mrs. C. A. Carver of Vinewood Blvd. drives off the first tee at the Barton Hills Country Club, where breakfast and golf occupied this morning for women attending the state Kiwanis convention. Watching (left to right) are Mrs. Stephen Filipiak of Brockman Blvd., Mrs. Herb Estes of Barton Shore Dr. and Mrs. Julius Schaffer of Devonshire Rd.

Kiwanis Wives Enjoy Fashion Show at Michigan League, September 1953

Kiwanis Wives Enjoy Fashion Show at Michigan League, September 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1953
Caption
Luncheons, Breakfasts, Fashion Shows ~ Kiwanian wives attending a luncheon at the Michigan League admire the first in a parade of fall fashions. Here they see a three-piece imported Scotch outfit in ginger plaid. Mrs. D. T. Warner of Melrose Ave. is the model for the Hutzel's show, which was given for the wives while their husbands attend the Michigan District Convention of Kiwanis International here.

Kiwanis Convention Delegates Play Golf at Barton Hills Country Club, September 1953

Kiwanis Convention Delegates Play Golf at Barton Hills Country Club, September 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 1, 1953
Caption
Kiwanians Play Golf, Too ~ The annual convention of the Michigan District of Kiwanis International is not all business. Here a group of Kiwanians is shown at Barton Hills Country Club where many of the delegates participated in a golf tournament yesterday. Standing in front of the scoreboard are (left to right) Harry N. Dell of Royal Oak, Arch W. Squiers of Detroit, Julius Schaffer of Ann Arbor, Charles F. Fox of Detroit, Robert J. Bock of Dexter and James Morgan of Ann Arbor (right foreground). (Story of tournament is on page 15.)

University Hospital Will Establish Library For Child Patients, March 1946

University Hospital Will Establish Library For Child Patients, March 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 4, 1946
Caption
Hospital Children's Library Started: Checks for $1,400 from the state Kiwanis Forney Clement fund and $1,500 from the Ann Arbor Kiwanis club were presented to University hospital for the establishment of the Forney Clement memorial library for child patients of the hospital in ceremonies in the Kiwanis room of the hospital Saturday. Shown are Provost James P. Adams of the University, Michigan Kiwanis Governor Dan Heathcoat of Kalamazoo, Mrs. Forney Clement and Dr. A. C. Kerlikowske, director of the hospital, who accepted the checks for the library. Forney Clement was secretary of Michigan Kiwanis for many years.

Photographer H. L. Spedding Dies At 79

Photographer H. L. Spedding Dies At 79 image
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July
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1958
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