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One hundred years ago this month

The Great War was drawing near

From the July, 2014 issue

Western civilization turned a corner in July 1914, with the start of the Great War.

Ann Arbor was a cozy college town of 15,000. "A hog which was being pursued by a dog ran into Miss Staebler, knocking her down so unfortunately that she broke one of her wrists," reported the Ann Arbor News.

 
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