Rights Held By
Ypsilanti Historical Society
Answers for the history test from HERE.
- Harry Peet.
- Foster Fletcher.
- Coupons and tokens.
- “Inebriated slut seeker.”
- The berm on the entrance to east bound I-94 from U.S. 12 on the west side of Ypsilanti.
- That was the home of the Lincoln Auto Dealer.
- He always delayed in paying his property taxes.
- Family Department Store. When Detroit Edison demanded a co-signer a local Christian businessman stepped forward and co-signed even though they had never met.
- Mack & Mack & Moore Furniture stores also were Funeral Homes.
- The Huron River.
- Jenks Jewelry, Dixie Shops, Lamb’s Grocery, Smith Furniture, Avon Restaurant, Landy Furniture, Ford Dealer, and Ypsilanti Press.
- Harris Francis Fletcher, 2nd son of Azro Fletcher.
- Timothy J. McBride of Wayne, Michigan, who was the personal aide to Vice President Bush.
- William J. Graessley.
- Democratic Secretary of State Richard Austin ruled it was obscene.
- He was a popular local motorcycle cop who lectured grade schoolers on safe pedestrian practices.
- The bells for the U. of M. Carillons.
- The new Highway Commissioner from Ypsilanti explained to the sign makers the importance of Ypsilanti as a destination.
- 20 South Huron. The ice was from the river and stored in sawdust during the summer.
- He always dressed as a clown in the parades.