Police Close 'Voice' Case After 30 Years





Ann Arbor Police and Crossing Guards Get Read For School Year, August 1966


Ann Arbor Police and Crossing Guards Get Read For School Year, August 1966
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Signs Of Safety: Richard Hughes, (left) a guard at the N. State and Kingsley St. crossing for St. Thomas School, holds a sign and signal flag which he will be using next month. Meanwhile, Ann Arbor Patrolman William Miller haw two different hand signs of the type also used by the 33 guards on duty during the school year.
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Ann Arbor Police Talk To St. Thomas Seventh Graders at City Open House, December 1957


Ann Arbor Police Talk To St. Thomas Seventh Graders at City Open House, December 1957
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Pupils At City Open House: Lt. H. G. Schlupe (second from right) and Patrolman Robert D. O'Dell explain elements of the Police Department exhibit for the city's open house event to a group of St. Thomas seventh grade students visiting City Hall this morning.
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City Leaders Join Rights March Held In "Atonement" For Selma




City Leaders Join Rights March Held In "Atonement" For Selma
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10
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March
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1965
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Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Huron & Division


Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Huron & Division
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Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - State & Huron


Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - State & Huron
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Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Ann Arbor Deputy Police Chief Harold E. Olson, Center


Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Ann Arbor Deputy Police Chief Harold E. Olson, Center
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Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Clergy and City Officials Lead March


Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches -  Clergy and City Officials Lead March
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Reparation March Begins


Reparation March Begins
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Reparation March Begins - The procession of the "March of Reparation" turns onto E. Huron St. from S. State St. behind a banner held by clergymen. The banner was painted by sisters of St. Thomas Catholic School, many of whom also marched. The demonstration was sponsored by six church and civil rights groups. It ended with a prayer service at the County Building.
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Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Marchers On Huron Street


Ann Arbor March in Support of Selma To Montgomery Civil Rights Marches - Marchers On Huron Street
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