Hungarian Refugee Family Welcomed To Ann Arbor, February 1957

Hungarian Refugee Family Welcomed To Ann Arbor, February 1957
Caption: Hungarians Resettle Here: The first Hungarian refugees to arrive in Ann Arbor under auspices of the Christian Hungarian International Co-Operative (CHIC) meet the people who are helping to sponsor them here. The Hungarians (far left) are Mrs. Joseph Kovacs, Joseph, jr., who is 11, and Kovacs. Mrs. S. C. McLaughlin of 1210 W. Liberty Rd., with whom the Kovacs temporarily will make their home, is second from right, and Rolland Steeb, who will employ Kovacs in the Steeb Brothers meat packing house at 4435 W. Liberty Rd., Scio township, is at right. They greeted each other in the home of Alex G. Dano, who heads CHIC. The group plans to bring other Hungarian refugees here.
Published in Issue: Ann Arbor News, February 12, 1957

Article Keywords: Christian Hungarian International Co-Operative (CHIC), Immigrants & Immigration, Immigration and Naturalization Service, Refugees, Steeb Brothers Market
People: Constance C. McLaughlin, Joseph Kovacs, Joseph Kovacs Jr., Mrs. Joseph Kovacs, Rolland Steeb
Date: February 1957

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