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Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958

Voting Machines Are Moved Into The Armory For The 1958 U.S. Election, November 1958 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1958
Caption
ON ELECTION'S EVE: Employes of a moving firm were busy today distributing the city's voting machines to the various polling places in preparation for tomorrow's election. Here, a machine is moved into the Armory. Some 16,500 may vote in Ann Arbor tomorrow.

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952

Sharon & Linda Seyfried Learn About Voting Machines During The Primary Election At The Burns Park Voting Place, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 5, 1952
Caption
EVERYBODY'S DOING IT: Even the children get into the act when Ann Arbor goes to the polls. Genial William L. "Bill" Dawson, chairman in the third precinct of the Seventh Ward, does a little coaching for Sharon and Linda Seyfried during a quiet moment in the Burns Park School voting place. Their mother, Mrs. Calvin Seyfried, 1803 Baldwin Ave., looks on.

League Of Women Voters Member, DeEtta Forsythe, Demonstrates Voting Machine Operation, March 1942

League Of Women Voters Member, DeEtta Forsythe, Demonstrates Voting Machine Operation, March 1942 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 25, 1942
Caption
VOTING MACHINE DEMONSTRATED: Ann Arbor residents, who will cast their votes by machine at the April 6 election, can familiarize themselves with the operation of voting machines at the city hall, the Detroit Edison Co. office, the high school, the Michigan Union and the State theater, where the machines are on demonstration-display. Mrs. Warren Forsythe is seen showing David Underdown how to vote the machine at the voters information bureau maintained at the Detroit Edison office by the League of Women Voters.

Busy Election Year Begins

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Month
April
Year
1956
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Mrs. Edward Moore Exits A Voting Machine In Ann Arbor's Fifth Ward Polling Place - November 5, 1946

Mrs. Edward Moore Exits A Voting Machine In Ann Arbor's Fifth Ward Polling Place - November 5, 1946 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 5, 1946
Caption
ONE OF MANY VOTERS: Mrs. Edward Moore of 1026 Canal St., shown as she emerges from behind the curtain of a voting machine in the Fifth Ward building, was one of the approximately 4,100 voters who crowded Ann Arbor polling places this morning. Shown with her is Mrs. Ninona G. Eberle of 1422 Broadway, a voting inspector.

University of Michigan Dames Model "Let's Vote For Fashion" Ensembles, November 1964

University of Michigan Dames Model "Let's Vote For Fashion" Ensembles, November 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 4, 1964
Caption
Two cocktail ensembles are nominated for honors in the "Let's Vote for Fashion" showing to be held by the Charm group of the University of Michigan Dames Tuesday at the YM-YWCA. A voting machine at City Hall furnishes background for the styles modeled by Mrs. Peter Hannah (from left), in a black knit with a white drape neckline, and Mrs. George Frangoulis, in an apple-green cocktail gown.

City Clerk Fred J. Looker and Walter Hill, director of the Ann Arbor Community Center, discuss public voter education program, October 1964

City Clerk Fred J. Looker and Walter Hill, director of the Ann Arbor Community Center, discuss public voter education program, October 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1964
Caption
The Way It'll Be Done: City Clerk Fred J. Looker (right) and Walter Hill, director of the Ann Arbor Community Center, discuss arrangements for a public voter education program to be held at the center next Monday and Tuesday. One of the city's voting machines containing an official sample ballot will be used in voting demonstrations.