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Debris Spills Out The Front Door Of 732 S. Division Street, October 1987

Debris Spills Out The Front Door Of 732 S. Division Street, October 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1987
Caption
Old newspapers and other debris spill out of the house where an unidentified man died in a fire this morning.

The Body Of Duane Mrohs Is Removed From His Home, October 1987

The Body Of Duane Mrohs Is Removed From His Home, October 1987 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 29, 1987
Caption
The body of the fire victim is removed from the scene this morning.

'Townie' killed in fire remembered

'Townie' killed in fire remembered image
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Day
30
Month
October
Year
1987
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Remains Of Hagerman Car At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951

Remains Of Hagerman Car At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1951
Caption
CRASH KILLS YOUTH: Sixteen-year-old James Hagerman of 1508 Marlboro Dr. was killed and a companion, Walter Seeger, 18, of 305 Pauline Blvd., was seriously injured in this car (top) when it slammed head-on into a truck loaded with steel last night on US-12, two miles west of Ann Arbor. Sheriff's deputies today could not determine which of the two youths was driving the car, owned by young Hagerman. The truck (bottom), carrying a load of coiled spring steel, was literally splintered by the impact. Its driver, Wilson Eggleston, 26, of Lincoln Park, escaped with only a minor hand injury.

Remains Of Truck At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951

Remains Of Truck At The Scene Of Fatal Crash On Jackson Road, October 1951 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 15, 1951
Caption
CRASH KILLS YOUTH: Sixteen-year-old James Hagerman of 1508 Marlboro Dr. was killed and a companion, Walter Seeger, 18, of 305 Pauline Blvd., was seriously injured in this car (top) when it slammed head-on into a truck loaded with steel last night on US-12, two miles west of Ann Arbor. Sheriff's deputies today could not determine which of the two youths was driving the car, owned by young Hagerman. The truck (bottom), carrying a load of coiled spring steel, was literally splintered by the impact. Its driver, Wilson Eggleston, 26, of Lincoln Park, escaped with only a minor hand injury.

Sheriff's Deputies Examine The Well Where Willard Reynolds & Samuel Pitcher Died, August 1952

Sheriff's Deputies Examine The Well Where Willard Reynolds & Samuel Pitcher Died, August 1952 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1952
Caption
Sheriff's officers peer into the well opening through which a father and his stepson fell to their deaths Saturday. The victims were Willard E. Reynolds, 36, of 5510 Hellner Rd., and Samuel F. Pitcher, 15. They were repairing a defective water pump, shown at the well mouth, when they plunged into the 20-foot well. The deputies are (left to right) Kenneth Holzapfel, Virgil Harrison and Vincent Snell.