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Mothers March Campaign Kicks Off Fight Against Polio, January 1952

Mothers March Campaign Kicks Off Fight Against Polio, January 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 28, 1952
Caption
Ready To March On Polio Thursday - Preparing for Thursday night's "Mothers' March" campaign to raise funds for the March of Dimes are these 13 Ann Arbor area women. They are (left to right) Mrs. John Huss, Mrs. Richard Berkeley, Mrs. C. W. Carpenter, Mrs. E. L. MacQuiddy, Mrs. Harry Sakada, Mrs. Forrest Fuller, Mrs. Charles Baird, Mrs. Dudley Scholten, Mrs. Harold M. Levinson, Mrs. William Couper, Mrs. William Wood and Mrs. James Nichols. About 1,000 volunteers will take part in the drive.

Polio Vaccine Consent Forms Prepared By Washtenaw County Volunteers, April 1955

Polio Vaccine Consent Forms Prepared By Washtenaw County Volunteers, April 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1955
Caption
Vaccine Consent Slips Prepared: Assembling materials on the Salk polio vaccine for mailing to Washtenaw county parents are these volunteer workers (left to right), Mrs. Ray Towler of 579 Kennedy St., Mrs. Donald Holloway of 935 Hawthorn St., and Mrs. Otto Hammerland of 309 Arnet St., all of Ypsilanti, and Mrs. James Nichols of 1502 Morton St., Ann Arbor, who was in charge of the project. Included in the mailing were consent slips parents must sign to allow their children to be vaccinated. Work was done last night in Tappan Junior High School cafeteria.