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Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967

Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher, and John Modlin working the primary election, February 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, February 20, 1967
Caption
Ho-Hum! Free time was the order of the dayin the city's 30 election precincts, as is evidenced by this picture taken in the Northside School gymnasium -- voting place for the First Ward's first precinct. By 9:45 a.m. today, only one person had cast a ballot in this precinct and that ballot was by one of the election workers. A primary election to select two candidates to run for Probate Court in April and to select the Republican nominee in the Third Ward is being conducted today. Pictured are (left to right) Rosemarion Blake, Helen Waters, Lucille Fisher and John Modlin. Modlin is the only resident of the precinct and had cast the lone early ballot.

Shirley McIntyre, Rance Thomas and David A. Blake Jr., Youth Council Officers at Willow Run, April 1949

Shirley McIntyre, Rance Thomas and David A. Blake Jr., Youth Council Officers at Willow Run, April 1949 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, April 4, 1949
Caption
YOUTH COUNCIL OFFICERS NAMED: Miss Shirley McIntyre (center) has been chosen president of the new Youth Council of the Willow Village chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Other officers include Rance Thomas (left), first vice-president. One of the group's advisers is Rev. David A. Blake, jr., (right).

Progressive Party Candidates for November Election, September 1948

Progressive Party Candidates for November Election, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1948
Caption
Candidates on the county slate of the Progressive party were certified yesterday for placement on the ballot at the Nov. 2 general election. The candidates, with the positions for which they were nominated, are: Back row, left to right, Kenneth Martin, sheriff; Rev. David. A. Blake, jr., state representative, Second District; Jack Geist, congressman, Second Michigan District; Bret Miller, state representative, First District; and Gustave Maschke, drain commissioner. Front row, again left to right, are Mrs. Xenia Meader, county clerk; Mrs. Mae Ava Phillips, register of deeds; and Mrs. Alice M. Sloss, coroner. The candidates were chosen at the party's county convention and were certified by the party's state committee.