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Sally Beightol and H. R. Shipman inspect supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963

Sally Beightol and H. R. Shipman inspect supplies for fall-out shelter at Huron Towers, March 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 6, 1963
Caption
SURVIVAL CRACKERS: A package of special crackers that, along with water, would be consumed by persons living in public fallout shelters during an emergency, are exhibited by Mrs. Sally Beightol, manager of Huron Towers, and Dr. H. R. Shipman, Ann Arbor Civil Defense director.

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963

Checking civil defense supplies at Huron Towers, August 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 7, 1963
Caption
HOW TO DO IT: Ann Arbor Civil Defense Director Dr. H. R. Shipman shows directions on a 17 1/2-gallon fallout shelter water can to Guy Williams of the Huron Towers Apartments. Williams has been named manager of the shlter in case of attack. The cans will be filled if an emergency is threatened.

City leaders place the first fallout shelter sign on the YM-YWCA building downtown, February 1963

City leaders place the first fallout shelter sign on the YM-YWCA building downtown, February 1963 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 11, 1963
Caption
ERECT SHELTER SIGNS: The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers today began the placement of signs on Ann Arbor buildings that will be used as public fallout shelters. The first sign was placed at the YM-YWCA downtown. Looking on are (from the left) City Administrator Guy C. Larcom, jr., Joseph Derkowski, of the corps, Dr. H. R. Shipman, city Civil Defense director, and Mayor Cecil O. Creal. Twenty-three buildings will be used as shelters. Equipment is expected to be brought here beginning Wednesday. The supplies from federal sources will be put into the various shelters.

Humane Society To Mark 50th Anniversary

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Parent Issue
Day
6
Month
October
Year
1946
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