Debris from Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor


Debris from Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor
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How The CIA Office At 450 S. Main Looked After Blast
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Damage from Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor


Damage from Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor
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Bombed CIA Office: The explosive force of a dynamite bomb, set off last night outside the Central Intelligence Agency's Ann Arbor office at 450 S. Main St., shattered the glass front of the office and bent the bottom of the steel door frame, lower left. Furniture inside the office was overturned and all but one section of window draperies, center, were ripped from their moorings. The FBI is investigating.
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Windows Destroyed by Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor


Windows Destroyed by Bomb Blast at CIA Office in Ann Arbor
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Ann Arbor Police Department - Assistant Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, 1962


Ann Arbor Police Department - Assistant Police Chief Walter E. Krasny, 1962
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Walter Krasny
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Ann Arbor Police Department - Captain Walter E. Krasny, 1961


Ann Arbor Police Department - Captain Walter E. Krasny, 1961
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Headed for Washington: Capt. Walter E. Krasny will leave next month to attend a three-month course at the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Academy in Washington, D.C. Capt. Krasny, second in command with the police department, has been an officer for 22 years.
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Douglas Harvey When Running for Sheriff


Douglas Harvey When Running for Sheriff
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(Paid Political Advertisement) ""Doug"" Harvey Sheriff ""Youth"" ""Ambition"" ""Experience"" Dedicated to clean up a bad situation and end wasted tax dollars.
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Ann Arbor Police Department - Captain Walter E. Krasny, 1960


Ann Arbor Police Department - Captain Walter E. Krasny, 1960
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Walter E. Krasny
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Ann Arbor Police Department - West Jefferson Street Cordoned Off While Officers Investigate CIA Bomb Blast


Ann Arbor Police Department - West Jefferson Street Cordoned Off While Officers Investigate CIA Bomb Blast

Ann Arbor Police Department - West Jefferson Street Cordoned Off While Officers Investigate CIA Bomb Blast

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Peter Andrews, 1966


Peter Andrews, 1966

Peter Andrews when still a Univeristy student, taken around the time of his opening of Mother's, Ann Arbor's first teen club

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Peter Andrews
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Douglas Harvey Discussing Years As Sheriff


Douglas Harvey Discussing Years As Sheriff
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Douglas Harvey Discussing Years As Sheriff
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