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Camelot 72




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Joust For Fun




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Society Plays and Fights In Its Own Age Of Chivalry




Society Plays and Fights In Its Own Age Of Chivalry
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Allenel Hotel


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Detroit Edison Workers Putting up Electric Pole


Detroit Edison Workers Putting up Electric Pole
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Pole Goes Up: A Detroit Edison utility pole digger is in position (left) to gouge a hole for a 70-foot pole that gets "planted" (center) [this photo] and finally straightened (right). The utility spends about $600,000 a year for poles, transmission lines and other equipment to extend service in the 1,200-square-mile district.
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Detroit Edison Workers Putting up Electric Pole


Detroit Edison Workers Putting up Electric Pole
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Pole Goes Up: A Detroit Edison utility pole digger is in position (left) to gouge a hole for a 70-foot pole that gets "planted" (center) and finally straightened (right) [this photo]. The utility spends about $600,000 a year for poles, transmission lines and other equipment to extend service in the 1,200-square-mile district.
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Detroit Edison Digging Hole for Electric Pole


Detroit Edison Digging Hole for Electric Pole
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Pole Goes Up: A Detroit Edison utility pole digger is in position (left) [this photo] to gouge a hole for a 70-foot pole that gets "planted" (center) and finally straightened (right). The utility spends about $600,000 a year for poles, transmission lines and other equipment to extend service in the 1,200-square-mile district.
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Detroit Edison's Superior Station


Detroit Edison's Superior Station
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120,000 Volts: This is a scene at Detroit Edison's Superior Station, near Ypsilanti, where three 120,000 volt power lines converge to furnish power to the firm's Ann Arbor district. Any two of the three master lines could be cut without disrupting service.
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Superior Station Hydroelectric Plant


Superior Station Hydroelectric Plant
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Hydroelectric Power: Up to 38,000,000 of 646,481,000 kilowatt hours used last year came from a chain of four Detroit Edison hydroelectric plants on the Huron River. They are similar to this one at Superior Station near Ypsilanti. Most of the electricity used in the Ann Arbor district comes from sources near Detroit.
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