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U.S. Postmaster-General Arthur E. Summerfield & Owen J. Cleary At Cleary College's 70th Commencement Ceremony, June 1954

U.S. Postmaster-General Arthur E. Summerfield & Owen J. Cleary At Cleary College's 70th Commencement Ceremony, June 1954 image
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Ann Arbor News, June 21, 1954
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U. S. Postmaster-General Arthur E. Summerfield (left), who spoke Saturday at Cleary College's 70th commencement exercises in Ypsilanti, is pictured here with Owen J. Cleary, Michigan secretary of state and the college's president, who is campaigning for the GOP gubernatorial nomination. Summerfield, a native of Flint, is a Cleary trustee.

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Walls Brothers Look at Mural They Painted at Shiloh Church of God in Christ, November 1961

Walls Brothers Look at Mural They Painted at Shiloh Church of God in Christ, November 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 10, 1961
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HAND-PAINTED MURAL: Floyd Walls, jr. (left) and his brother, Melvin, inspect a 30-foot mural they painted for Shiloh Church of God in Christ, 1076 Jefferson Ave, Ypsilanti, where their father, the Rev. Floyd Walls, is minister. The mural depicts the biblical story of Christ walking on the water. Floyd is a pupil at Cleary College and Melvin attends Ypsilanti High School.

'Welcome to Ypsilanti' Sign to be Taken Down, March 1973

'Welcome to Ypsilanti' Sign to be Taken Down, March 1973 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 15, 1973
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The tattered eight-year-old welcome sign located off the I-94 expressway may be making its exit soon. Ypsilanti Area Jaycees can no longer maintain it because a new state law stipulates that a sign of its size must be maintained by a municipality. So, Jaycees offered to donate it to Ypsilanti City and Township, but officials from both municipalities indicate they're not interested. The sign now faces condemnation by the state.