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POW Captain Jack Butcher signs an autograph, April 1973

POW Captain Jack Butcher signs an autograph, April 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 15, 1973
Caption
Autographs Sought: Capt. Butcher was delayed in reaching a reception table at the American Legion post Saturday when youngsters besieged him for autographs. George Harms, state membership chairman for the Legion who coordinated the program, provided the teen-agers with paper plates on which Capt. Butcher, left, signed his name. Earlier the returned prisoner met, right, with another former POW, Marine Capt. James Warner of Ypsilanti, and his mother, Mrs. Virginia Warner. Capt. Butcher and his wife, Dawn, have their backs to the camera as they speak with the Warners.

Vietnam War Inductees Are Given Thanks By The American Legion Cmdr. George Harms, December 1967

Vietnam War Inductees Are Given Thanks By The American Legion Cmdr. George Harms, December 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 5, 1967
Caption
Prior to their induction into the U.S. Army in Detroit today, six local men are extended the "warm wishes and heartfelt gratitude of the Ann Arbor community" by American Legion Post 46 Cmdr. George Harms (left). The inductees (from Harms' left) are Philip Marshall, Fred Dittmer, James Kulbicki, Steven Schwartz, Simon Horgrow, Nicholas Mekas.

Unshackle Police, Council Told

Unshackle Police, Council Told image
Parent Issue
Day
15
Month
July
Year
1969
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