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Harry F. Bruneau and Giant Squash, October 1969

Harry F. Bruneau and Giant Squash, October 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 2, 1969
Caption
No Pumpkin Just in case anyone doubted Harry F. Bruneau's tale of a home-grown 95-pound squash, he heaved it into his car and brought it to work with him. That's why there was a squash on display last week at the Stadium U.S. Post Office. Asked if he planned to eat his prize, the Howell gardener replied proudly "I could fed the whole town with it."

Nickels Arcade Post Office Busy With Holiday Mail, December 1994

Nickels Arcade Post Office Busy With Holiday Mail, December 1994 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 20, 1994
Caption
University of Michigan student Wendy Cahn had to queue up at the Nickels Arcade post office in Ann Arbor to add her tubular parcel to more than 250 million pieces of mail that entered the system Monday.

Nickels Arcade Post Office Slated For Closing, July 1997

Nickels Arcade Post Office Slated For Closing, July 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1997
Caption
A postal patron, above, mails a letter outside the Nickels Arcade postal station in downtown Ann Arbor Wednesday afternoon. Inside, Postal Clerk Henry Loyd [this photo] sells stamps to a customer. The arcade station will close when a new U.S. Post Office opens early next year in the Galleria Mall on South University Avenue.

Post Office Clerks Will Move To New Location When Nickels Arcade Office Closes, July 1997

Post Office Clerks Will Move To New Location When Nickels Arcade Office Closes, July 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1997
Caption
Postal Clerk Fran Stofflet, a 27-year veteran at the Nickels Arcade post office, weighs a package for a postal patron Wednesday afternoon. The station will be moved to the Galleria Mall on South University Avenue early next year.

Nickels Arcade Post Office Popular With Students, July 1997

Nickels Arcade Post Office Popular With Students, July 1997 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1997
Caption
A postal patron, above [this photo], mails a letter outside the Nickels Arcade postal station in downtown Ann Arbor Wednesday afternoon. Inside, Postal Clerk Henry Loyd sells stamps to a customer. The arcade station will close when a new U.S. Post Office opens early next year in the Galleria Mall on South University Avenue.