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Award-Winning Civil Defense Volunteer Workers, March 1944

Award-Winning Civil Defense Volunteer Workers, March 1944 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 3, 1944
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VOLUNTEERS GIVEN OPA AWARDS: Fourteen women working as volunteers with the commodities panel of the rationing board who have each contributed more than 500 hours of work since rationing began have been given awards for service by the OPA. The five women pictured above who were among the receivers of the awards are, from left to right, Mrs. Willard Olson, Mrs. Harold Haines, Mrs. Fred Wahr, Mrs. Louis Bredvold and Mrs. Donal H. Haines. Other women who also received awards are Mrs. Paul Barker, Mrs. William Walz, Miss Myfanwy Lloyd, Mrs. W. L. Badger, Mrs. Laylin K. James, Mrs. Joseph Pasterino, Mrs. Kenneth McMurray, Mrs. A. D. Moore and Mrs. Raymond Waggoner.

Ann Arbor Art Association members E. A. Siefert, Mrs. Minnie Douglas, and Mrs. Margaret Haines in the Arboretum, October 1948

Ann Arbor Art Association members E. A. Siefert, Mrs. Minnie Douglas, and Mrs. Margaret Haines in the Arboretum, October 1948 image
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Ann Arbor News, November 18, 1973
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From Our Pictorial Archives: Ann Arbor 1948: It was cool and the leaves had begun to fall when The News took this picture in late October 25 years ago in the Arboretum. Three members of the Ann Arbor Art Association were busy trying to record an early fall scene with pencil or brush. From left, they were E. A. Seifert, Mrs. Minnie Douglas (who was 82) and Mrs. Margaret Haines.

Haines, Richard F.

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