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2
Month
April
Year
1956
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Elmer Mayer Of The Graf-O'Hara Post, VFW, Presents An Award To Ann Arbor Lions Club President Raymond Garner, May 1953

Elmer Mayer Of The Graf-O'Hara Post, VFW, Presents An Award To Ann Arbor Lions Club President Raymond Garner, May 1953 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 26, 1953
Caption
Elmer E. Mayer (left), immediate past commander of Graf-O'Hara Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, presents the national VFW's "Community Service Award" to the Ann Arbor Lions Club president, Prof. Raymond L. Garner. One of four such awards in Michigan, the citation was given to the Ann Arbor club for its "outstanding community service, support and achievements."

Ladies Auxiliary of the Graf-O'Hara VFW Post 423 March In Memorial Day Parade, May 1945

Ladies Auxiliary of the Graf-O'Hara VFW Post 423 March In Memorial Day Parade, May 1945 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 31, 1945
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DISTAFF SIDE OF THE MEMORIAL DAY MARCH: The Ladies' Auxillary, Graf-O'Hara Post No. 423 of the Veterans of Foreign Wars stepped along briskly in the Memorial March, the first Memorial day parade held in Ann Arbor for several years.

Karl F. Hafner Heads Veterans

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Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
October
Year
1937
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Karl Hafner

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4
Month
February
Year
1961
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Mrs. Margaret Graf

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Day
25
Month
July
Year
1952
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Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Finalists, May 1947

Ann Arbor VFW Marbles Tournament Finalists, May 1947 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 24, 1947
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SHOOTING FOR THE LAST MARBLE: Craig Smith (at the right) of Eberbach School and Harold McRae of Northside School are shown just before Craig won the city marble championship this morning by knocking out the last marble to defeat Harold in the final match of the city tournament. Both boys are sixth-grade students. The finals of the city contests, arranged by the Graf O'Hara Post of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, were held in Yost Fieldhouse. The city champion will be sent to the VFW district playoffs June 7 at Eaton Rapids.