Otto W. Haisley (b. 1884, d. 1959) served as the Ann Arbor Public School Superintendent from 1924 to 1953. Haisley Elementary School is named after him.


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The main U-M campus was also well represented, with every level of academia from full professors to students. From the town side came Otto Haisley, superintendent of the Ann Arbor Public Schools, and Julius Schaffer, the manager of Kline's department store. Several women residents re­ported their occupation as "widow." Former Washtenaw County sheriff Doug Harvey knew the building well: after World War II, his father, also named Douglas, was hired as caretaker by the Ann Arbor Trust Company, which owned the building. The family moved into a rent-free one-bedroom garden-level apartment on the east side. The future sheriff and his brother slept in the living room on roll-away cots.


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