Neil Staebler

Her Love Affair With The Michigan Goes On

Ann Arbor News, April 30, 1986


Her Love Affair With The Michigan Goes On
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Democrats Paul Butler, Neil Staebler and Thomas Quimby at a three-day session of the National Advisory Committee on Political Organization, December 1956

Democrats Paul Butler, Neil Staebler and Thomas Quimby at a three-day session of the National Advisory Committee on Political Organization, December 1956
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Ann Arbor News, December 3, 1956
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DEOMCRATS CONFER: Paul Butler (center), national Democratic chairman, confers with Neil Staebler of Ann Arbor (left), Michigan Democratic chairman, and Thomas Quimby of Grand Rapids, Michigan national committeeman, during a session of the three-day meeting of the National Advisory Committee on Political Organization, which Staebler heads. The advisory committee, which assessed the elections this month for recommendations to the Democratic National Committee, ended its sessions at the Michigan Union yesterday. A spokesman said the committee expressed optimism for the future.
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Democrats Paul Butler, Neil Staebler and Thomas Quimby confer, December 1956

Democrats Paul Butler, Neil Staebler and Thomas Quimby confer, December 1956
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St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Choir, 1937

St. Andrew's Episcopal Church Choir, 1937

"The man in the suit, standing at far left in the photo is Paul Kempf, retired businessman (Staebler-Kempf Oil Co.), and son of Ann Arbor musician Reuben Henry Kempf, longtime owner of the Bennett-Kempf House, the Greek Revival "temple" at 312 S. Division, in which Paul spent his childhood and growing years. Paul was active in the Washtenaw County Historical Society.

Neil Staebler, local oil man, later to be Michigan political kingmaker, friend of Presidents and Governors, at the far right. In the middle of the vested choir, wearing a business suit and no robe, is Reuben Henry Kempf, organist and choir director, and longtime leader of musical culture in Ann Arbor. In 1937, he was still a resident of the little Greek temple on Division Street that is now a city house museum.

And although this was a choir of men and boys, we see, toward the upper right, the striking face of a woman -- in fact, she is a Dean among Women -- Alice Lloyd, the professor's daughter who became the University's Dean of Women. She died in office, and later had a dormitory named for her." - Wystan Stevens

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What You Should Know To Make Your Vote Count In 1964 ~ Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General

Ann Arbor News, October 12, 1964


What You Should Know To Make Your Vote Count In 1964 ~ Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Attorney General
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City Voters Crowding Polling Places

Ann Arbor News, November 3, 1964


Harry Truman Is Greeted by Governor G. Mennon Williams & Others At Willow Run Airport, October 1958

Harry Truman Is Greeted by Governor G. Mennon Williams & Others At Willow Run Airport, October 1958
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Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1958
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Former President Harry Truman arrived at Willow Run Airport yesterday to make a visit to Detroit. State Democratic leaders were there to greet him including Gov. Williams. Neil Staebler, state Democratic chairman, is in the background. Truman stayed only a few hours in Detroit.
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Harry Truman & Neil Staebler Exit Airplane At Willow Run Airport, October 1958

Harry Truman & Neil Staebler Exit Airplane At Willow Run Airport, October 1958
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Truman At Willow Run Airport

Ann Arbor News, October 13, 1958


Lyndon B. Johnson and other leaders arrive for U-M Commencement speech, May 22, 1964 (LBJ's "Great Society" Speech)

Lyndon B. Johnson and other leaders arrive for U-M Commencement speech, May 22, 1964 (LBJ's "Great Society" Speech)
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