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The 1969 South University Riot

The 1969 South University Riot was a series of confrontations between local law enforcement and factions of Ann Arbor’s counterculture population that extended over three nights, from June 16-18, on or near the four-block South University Avenue shopping district in Ann Arbor.

Monday, June 16

Pickets, City Police Battle

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29
Month
February
Year
1964
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Lt. Staudenmaier leads a student away during Direct Action Committee picket at City Hall, February 1964

Lt. Staudenmaier leads a student away during Direct Action Committee picket at City Hall, February 1964 image
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Ann Arbor News, March 2, 1964
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INCIDENT AVOIDED: City Police Detective Lt. Eugene L. Staudenmaier (foreground, with coat collar up) takes a college student by the arm to lead him away after he and a companion attempted to cut through the line.

With The Men In Service: June 3, 1943

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3
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June
Year
1943
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Pickets, City Police Battle

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24
Month
February
Year
1964
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