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Arthur Rhoades Gets A Haircut During Downtown Ann Arbor's Power Failure, September 1957

Arthur Rhoades Gets A Haircut During Downtown Ann Arbor's Power Failure, September 1957 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 10, 1957
Caption
LIGHT PLIGHT: Arthur Rhoades, 3, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Rhoades of 3020 Hack Rd., Saline township, gets a haircut without benefit of the electric clippers during yesterday's four-hour power failure in downtown Ann Arbor. The barber, working without overhead lighting, is Ike Kozminski, owner of the Ideal Barber Shop at 209 E. Washington St.

Lightning Burns Cherry Tree Near Kellogg And Wright Streets During Storm, June 1954

Lightning Burns Cherry Tree Near Kellogg And Wright Streets During Storm, June 1954 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 1, 1954
Caption
Storm downs power lines: Parts of the city were without electrical power twice during Memorial Day storms which swept Michigan and the Midwest. Above, fallen power lines (left center and extreme right) on Kellogg St. "spark" in the rear yard of the Cecil H. Molkentien residence, 1223 Wright St., badly burning a cherry tree-(center background). These lines and others downed in the area by lightning late yesterday morning cut off electricity for many northside homes before servicemen could repair the damage.

Storm rips Washtenaw

Storm rips Washtenaw image
Parent Issue
Day
16
Month
July
Year
1980
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