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'Fighter' Dorsey Remembered

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Parent Issue
Day
9
Month
January
Year
1990
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'Aunt Jemima' Stirs Up More Than Flapjacks

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Day
22
Month
December
Year
1964
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Mattie Dorsey Addresses Ypsilanti City Council About Proposed Urban Renewal Program, August 1961

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 16, 1961
Caption
Renewal Feud Erupts: A stormy public hearing last night was called to an abrupt close following a series of pleas for and against Ypsilanti's proposed urban renewal program. Above, Clarence Henry (at microphone), a spokesman for the Ypsilanti Property Owners Association, makes his plea against adoption of the program. The group's president, Mrs. Mattie Dorsey (seated above and speaking below right), was the final speaker before the hearing was ended. The group's attorney, Booker T. Williams (below left), contemplates the testimony while awaiting a turn to speak that never came.

Booker T. Williams, Attorney For Ypsilanti Property Owners Association, At Ypsilanti City Council Meeting, August 1961

Booker T. Williams, Attorney For Ypsilanti Property Owners Association, At Ypsilanti City Council Meeting, August 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 16, 1961
Caption
Renewal Feud Erupts: A stormy public hearing last night was called to an abrupt close following a series of pleas for and against Ypsilanti's proposed urban renewal program. Above, Clarence Henry (at microphone), a spokesman for the Ypsilanti Property Owners Association, makes his plea against adoption of the program. The group's president, Mrs. Mattie Dorsey (seated above and speaking below right), was the final speaker before the hearing was ended. The group's attorney, Booker T. Williams (below left), contemplates the testimony while awaiting a turn to speak that never came.

Clarence Henry Addresses Ypsilanti City Council About Proposed Urban Renewal Program, August 1961

Clarence Henry Addresses Ypsilanti City Council About Proposed Urban Renewal Program, August 1961 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 16, 1961
Caption
Renewal Feud Erupts: A stormy public hearing last night was called to an abrupt close following a series of pleas for and against Ypsilanti's proposed urban renewal program. Above, Clarence Henry (at microphone), a spokesman for the Ypsilanti Property Owners Association, makes his plea against adoption of the program. The group's president, Mrs. Mattie Dorsey (seated above and speaking below right), was the final speaker before the hearing was ended. The group's attorney, Booker T. Williams (below left), contemplates the testimony while awaiting a turn to speak that never came.