Rolland J. "Barney" Gainsley

Richard Nixon's thank you letter in regard to 1960 presidential campaign stop

Richard Nixon's thank you letter in regard to 1960 presidential campaign stop

Courtesy of Lt. Michael Logghe, the Ann Arbor Police Department and the City of Ann Arbor.

Keywords: AAPD, Ann Arbor Police Department, Nixon, Richard M. Gainsley, Roland, Gainsley, Barney

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Ann Arbor Police Department's First Portable Radio

Ann Arbor Police Department's First Portable Radio

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Traffic control vehicle of the Ann Arbor Police Department

Traffic control vehicle of the Ann Arbor Police Department

Captain Barney Gainsley and Chief Casper Enkemann, 1947.

Courtesy of Lt. Michael Logghe, the Ann Arbor Police Department and the City of Ann Arbor.

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Ann Arbor Police Chief Rolland J. "Barney" Gainsley, 1960-1966

Ann Arbor Police Chief Rolland J. "Barney" Gainsley, 1960-1966

Ann Arbor Police Chief, 1960-1966

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Swearing-in of Ann Arbor Police Chief Gainsley, 1960

Swearing-in of Ann Arbor Police Chief Gainsley, 1960

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1908 Photo of the Ann Arbor Police Department

1908 Photo of the Ann Arbor Police Department

Back row left to right: Thomas Blackburn, M.J. Martin, Zenus [sic] Sweet, Front row seated left to right: Matt Max, Tom O'Brien, Chief Theodore Apfel, George Schanz, John O'Mara.

Source: Huron Valley Ad-Visor, Wednesday, May 5, 1965. Caption read: "We are indebted to the present Ann Arbor police chief, Roland 'Barney' Gainsley, for the loan of the picture and to a number of others for the identification."

Courtesy of Lt. Michael Logghe, the Ann Arbor Police Department and the City of Ann Arbor.

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Pat Nixon during Ann Arbor visit, October 27, 1960

Pat Nixon during Ann Arbor visit, October 27, 1960

"Left to right: Ann Arbor Chief of Police Rolland J. (Barney) Gainsely, Ann Arbor Realtor Wendall Hobbs, Pat Nixon, Vice President Richard M. Nixon (the 1960 GOP Presidential candidate --vs. Democratic Senator John F. Kennedy), and -- at right -- Walter Krasny, who succeeded Gainsley as Ann Arbor's Police Chief. They are at the old New York Central railroad depot in Ann Arbor (now the Gandy Dancer restaurant), where the Nixons have just alighted from their train (a campaign special), and are about to climb the steps to a wooden speaker's platform, erected for the occasion beside the Depot Street entrance to the building." ~Wystan Stevens

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Johnson Will Stay One Hour In City

Ann Arbor News, May 16, 1964


Johnson Will Stay One Hour In City
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Greatest Security Test Ever Ends For City Police Officers

Ann Arbor News, May 23, 1964


Greatest Security Test Ever Ends For City Police Officers
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39 Witnesses Named For Police Board Hearings On Mortenson, Gehringer - 18 Present, Former Officers, Ex-Mayor Listed For Testimony

Ann Arbor News, July 23, 1946


39 Witnesses Named For Police Board Hearings On Mortenson, Gehringer - 18 Present, Former Officers, Ex-Mayor Listed For Testimony
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