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Aerial Photograph of the King-Seeley Scio Plant, Scio Township, August 1956

Aerial Photograph of the King-Seeley Scio Plant, Scio Township, August 1956 image
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Ann Arbor News, August 22, 1956
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King-Seeley Scio Plant: Largely because this King-Seeley Corp. plant is located in Scio township, employing about 1,000 persons, manufacturing is an important township enterprise. This plant manufactures automobile parts including instrument panels, speedometers, governors and appliances. Huron River Dr. is on the right.

Contract Signed For New Labor Union At King-Seeley Corp, November 1951

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 8, 1951
Caption
Representatives of King-Seeley Corp. and the UAW-CIO yesterday signed the first union contract ever negotiated for workers at the K-S Ann Arbor and Scio plants. Present at the formal signing ceremony were (seated) A. Neil Gustine, K-S president; Webb A. Magnor, UAW-CIO international representative; and (standing, left to right) Edward Hamel (union), Royal Baker (union), R. W. Berkeley (company), W. W. Lewis (company), John Taylor (company), Arthur Berarducci (union), Lilian Tinsley (union), Oliver Johnson (union), Luella Mueller (union), William Flowers (union), Margaret Young (union), William Young (union) and William Hatchett (union).

Venezuelans Complete Economics Seminar

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Day
23
Month
August
Year
1963
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Argus Board Members From Left: Rudolph Reichert, George J. Burke Sr., & John Airey, November 17, 1949

Argus Board Members From Left: Rudolph Reichert, George J. Burke Sr., & John Airey, November 17, 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 17, 1949
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Local Men Nominated For Argus Board: Rudolph Reichert (left), president of the Ann Arbor Bank, and John Airey, King-Seeley Corp. board chairman (right), were nominated yesterday for board positions at the annual Argus stockholders meeting. George J. Burke, Sr., local attorney and former Nuernberg [sic] trial judge is up for reelection after being made chairman of the directors Wednesday. The three are on the eight-man management slate.

John Alling

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1950
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