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League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960

League Of Women Voters Members With Finance Campaign Letters Ready To Be Mailed, September 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1960
Caption
IT'S A LOAD: After weeks of stuffing and stamping envelopes, the thousand letters from the League of Women Voters, are finally on their way to the post office for the beginning of the League's annual finance campaign. Mrs. William Morse (left) and Mrs. Warren Smith will mail the envelopes, take a deep sigh of relief and plunge into another project.

New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962

New Corvair Monza convertibles lined up for a "drive-away" from GM's Chervrolet Division Assembly Plant at Willow Run, April 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 6, 1962
Caption
CARS ON PRADE: Forty-four new Corvair Monza convertibles are lined up for a "drive-away" from the General Motors Corporation's Chevrolet Division assembly plant at Willow Run. The event was held yesterday afternoon to mark the introduction of the new model. The convertibles in the "drive-away" were the first to be delivered to dealers in the Detroit Metropolitan area, Ypsilanti and Ann Arbor.

Flock Of 5,000 Pullets - Klager's Hatchery, June 1959

Flock Of 5,000 Pullets - Klager's Hatchery, June 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 24, 1959
Caption
FLOCK OF 5,000: This flock of pullets, owned by Klager Hatcheries of Bridgewater, is being kept at the home of Burt Hess on US-112 just over the Washtenaw county line in Lenawee county. Klager rents this house, along with nine others throughout the state. When these pullets are 16 weeks old, they will be delivered to buyers.

Luther Klager Inspects Eggs At Klager's Hatchery, June 1959

Luther Klager Inspects Eggs At  Klager's Hatchery, June 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 24, 1959
Caption
EGG INSPECTION: Luther C. Klager uses this machine to inspect eggs for quality and to sort them according to government-specified sizes. Quality inspection is known as candling.