World War II

Standish, Myles A.

Ann Arbor News, December 27, 1973


Standish, Myles A.
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Rites Held For Realty Broker

Ann Arbor News, December 28, 1973


Rites Held For Realty Broker
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Bud Stein In His Beloved Big House, September 1990

Bud Stein In His Beloved Big House, September 1990
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Bud Stein, University of Michigan Stadium Flag Raiser, Retires From Duty, September 1990

Bud Stein, University of Michigan Stadium Flag Raiser, Retires From Duty, September 1990
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Ann Arbor News, September 19, 1990
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Since his childhood, Stein has been raising the flags of Big Ten schools above Michigan Stadium before games.
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Admission Charge For Viewing Sub Will Be Waived

Ann Arbor News, July 13, 1943


Admission Charge For Viewing Sub Will Be Waived
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Japanese Suicide Submarine, July 1943

Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1943


Japanese Suicide Submarine, July 1943
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Kline's Department Store, Mademoiselle Shop, Mayer-Shairer Co., Mayfair Shop, Maynard Battery & Auto Electric Shop, McDonald Ice Cream Co., Michigan Consolidated Gas Co., Midwest Furniture Co., B. E. Muehlig Dry Goods Store, Muehlig & Lanphear, Nagler's Furs, Preketes' Sugar Bowl, The Quarry, Inc., R. & S. Shoe Store, Rabideau-Harris Clothes, L. G. Randolph, Roberts Millinery, Robey Tire Co., C. A. Sauer Co., Schlanderer & Sons, Sears-Roebuck & Co., Silkworth Tire Co., Smartest Hosiery Shoppe, Stadel & Walker, Stanger Furniture Co., State Savings Bank, Stein Cleaners, Swiss Cleaners, L. A. Townley Grocery, Wahr's Bookstores, K. R. Wells & Co., Western Auto Associate Store, Wilkinson's Luggage Shop, Ziegler & Steeb Market, Zwerdling's Fur Shop

How Jap Submarine Will Look When Displayed Here

Ann Arbor News, July 14, 1943


How Jap Submarine Will Look When Displayed Here
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Jap Submarine Due Tomorrow In Bond Drive

Ann Arbor News, July 16, 1943


Jap Submarine Due Tomorrow In Bond Drive
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Japanese Sub On Display In City

Ann Arbor News, July 17, 1943


Japanese Sub On Display In City
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Japanese Submarine in Parade, July 17, 1943

Japanese Submarine in Parade, July 17, 1943
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Ann Arbor News, July 19, 1943
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JAP SUBMARINE DRAWS LARGE CROWDS: Curbs and sidewalks along the parade route were well crowded Saturday afternoon as thousands of Ann Arborites turned out for a firsthand glimpse of the two-man Japanese submarine captured at Pearl Harbor. A lot of youngsters, afoot and on bicycles, followed the sub along its route. The sub visited Ann Arbor on its nationwide War Bond tour, being stationed opposite the courthouse for display purposes after the parade. Although originally scheduled to leave for Adrian at 10 o'clock, it stayed over night, leaving yesterday morning. For the parade the submarine was tilted somewhat on its side, as shown in the above picture, so as to provide clearance for the conning tower under wires.
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