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July
Year
1946
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Mayor William E. Brown Jr. Lights Ann Arbor's Christmas Tree, December 1952

Mayor William E. Brown Jr. Lights Ann Arbor's Christmas Tree, December 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 2, 1952
Caption
MAYOR LIGHTS THE TREE: Dale Richards (left), and John Allison (right), lend Junior Chamber of Commerce support to Mayor William E. Brown, jr., as he connects the wires to light up Ann Arbor's municipal Christmas tree on the Courthouse lawn. An automatic timing device turns on the lights at 5 p.m. and turns them off at midnight.

Mayor Brown Adds A Rivet To The Huron River Bridge Construction Project, June 1955

Mayor Brown Adds A Rivet To The Huron River Bridge Construction Project, June 1955 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 25, 1955
Caption
MAYOR AT WORK: A brief ceremony yesterday marked the end of one phase of the construction on the new Whitmore Lake Rd. (US-23) bridge over the Huron River. Mayor William E. Brown, jr., shown in the center operating the rivet gun, drove the final rivet in the metal framework of the span. Assisting the mayor here is Richard Davidson, representing his father, L. A. Davidson of Lansing, contractor for the project. Silver rivets used in the ceremony were later presented to Mayor Brown and Davidson.

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952

Michigras Parade Takes To Ann Arbor Streets, April 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 26, 1952
Caption
"Scholarship" was the theme of the float which took first place honors in judging at the Michigras parade which wound through Ann Arbor streets yesterday. The winning float was built jointly by Alpha Phi sorority and Theta Xi fraternity. Judges were Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, J. Fred Lawton, author of "The Varsity" lyrics, Mayor William E. Brown, jr., and Richard Wilt of the U-M Architecture School.

T. C. Anderson & Mayor Brown Discuss The Possibility Of A New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Center, June 1956

T. C. Anderson & Mayor Brown Discuss The Possibility Of A New Ann Arbor Parke Davis Research Center, June 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1956
Caption
DISCUSS RESEARCH CENTER: T. C. Anderson (left), a Parke, Davis & Co. vice-president, confers with Mayor William E. Brown, jr., prior to the City Council meeting last night. Anderson, the Detroit firm's director of production and engineering, appeared at the council meeting to express his company's appreciation for co-operation of the council and University on steps to possibly locate a $10,000,000 Parke-Davis Research center in Ann Arbor. The center would be situated in the North Campus area, and its research work would be associated with that of the University. Anderson did not say that Parke-Davis had decided to place the center in Ann Arbor, but he spoke favorably of its location here.