Albert Kahn papers  1896-2014
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D [subseries]
 
Daily.     (see: Michigan Daily) 
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Dance.     (for dance clubs, performances, classes, activities. see also: Music Series (includes: Chamber Dance Festival, Dance Series); Dramatics-Professional Theater Program (for dance performances sponsored by the Profession al Theater Program); Foreign Students-International Center; Foreign Students-International Students Association; Summer Session-Campus Events (1957)) 
 
Dance Festival.     (see: Music Series) 
 
Dance Series.     (see: Music Series) 
 
Date Bureau.     (see: Student Life) 
 
Dating Lab.     (see: Phoenix Project-Research) 
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Day Care Center.     (note: includes day care controversy) 
 
Deaf.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services; Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic) 
 
Dean (Stanley R,.) Award     (see: Mental Health Research Institute) 
 
Dean -- Men,  1920-1962     (see: Student Affairs, Office of; see also: Student Affairs Committee (1921-55); Student Government-Board of Review; Advisors) 
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 1920-1950
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 1951-1961
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Dean-Women  1920-1962     (see: Student Affairs, Office of; see also: Student Affairs Committee (1921-55); Student Government-Board of Review) 
 
Dearborn Center (i.e. Dearborn Campus)
 
Thru  1962
 
 1963
 
Debating and Oratory-     (see also: Societies-Debating and Oratory; Societies-Sigma Rho Tau; Forums (card); Extension-Debating; Union Activities; Foreign Students-International Student Association; Foreign Students-International Center; Parlays) 
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 1920-1925
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 1926-1928
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 1929-1935
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 1935-1947
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 1948-
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Debating and Oratory-Women
 
Degrees (awarded).     (see: Commencement) 
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Delta College, Proposed Affiliation.
 
Delta Epsilon Pi. A society of the Eastern Orthodox Church.     (see: Religion-Churches.) 
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Delta Omicron. Professional Music Society.     (see: Societies-Music) 
 
Delta Phi Alpha. National Honorary German Fraternity, 1929.     (see: Societies-Foreign Language) 
 
Delta Pi Epsilon (National Honorary Fret. of Bus. Education).     (see: Societies-Bus. Ad.) 
 
Delta Sigma Delta. Dental Fraternity.     (see: Dentistry, School of) 
 
Delta Sigma Pi. (Prof. Bus. Ad. Fret.).     (see: Societies-Bus. Ad.) 
 
Delta Sigma Rho.     (see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical) 
 
Democrats. Student activities.     (see: Political Clubs-Democrats; Faculty and general see Elections-National, State, and Local; names of individuals, e.g. Faculty-Eldersveld, Samuel.) 
 
Dental Hygienists.     (see: Dentistry, School of) 
 
Dentistry, School of     (For additional information see also: Alumni Bulletin at the Dentistry Library) 
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 1923-1952
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 1954-1966
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 1967
 
Dentistry, School of-Societies.     (see: Societies-Dentistry.) 
 
Detroit Area Study.     (see: Institute for Social Research-Detroit Area Study.) 
 
Detroit Public School Computer Project.     (see: Joint Programs-(General)) 
 
Detroit Public School System.     (see: Joint Programs (General)) 
 
Deutscher Verein.     (see: Societies-Deutscher Verein) 
 
Deutsches Haus (German Lang. House).     (see: Germanic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of) 
 
Development Council.     (see: Finances-Alumni Aid) 
 
Development of Academic Opportunities, University Steering Committee on.     (see: Race Relations) 
 
Dietetics.     (see: Hospitals) 
 
Dimension.     (see: Architecture and Design, College of) 
 
Diploma and Diploma Office.     (see: Commencement) 
 
Directory.     (see: Administration) 
 
Disappearance of Students.     (see: Student Life-Individuals;) 
 
Foreign Students
 
Disciples of Christ.     (see: Religion-Churches-Congregational) 
 
Discipline.     (see: Student Affairs Committee; Joint Judiciary; Administration; Dean (Men); Dean (Women); Fraternities-Discipline; Prohibition; Judiciaries (card lists how handled in dorms); Student Life; Student Life-Individuals; Crime; Radicals) 
 
Discipline Committee 1926-1939.     (see: Student Affairs Committee.) 
 
Discrimination.     (see: Race Relations.) 
 
Disease.     (see: Health Service (For other people involved see also: Foreign Students; Faculty; Employees, etc.)) 
 
Displaced Persons.     (see: Foreign Students-Displaced Persons) 
 
Dissent Forum.     (see: Forums) 
 
.Distinguished University Professorships.     (see: Faculty (General); Faculty, A-Z;) 
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Division of Research Development and Administration. see also Office of Research Administration
 
DoDos. Artist and dramatic group of faculty, students and towns people formed 19181 Became Ann Arbor Playmakers 1924.     (see: Dramatics-Faculty and town groups) 
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Dormitories-     (General (Includes Co-ed Dorms, 1962-) see also: Dormitories-Men; Dormitories-women; Housing;) 
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Dormitories-Inter-House Assembly.     (Formed in 1966 by merger of Assembly Association and Interquadrangle Council. see also: Dormitories-Men-Inter-House Council (before 1966); Assembly) 
 
Dormitories-Men.     (see also: Dormitories-Men-Inter-house Council; Societies-Quadrants; Food Service Bldg; Housing; For Co-ed Dorms (1962-) see Dormitories-General) 
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 1923-1935
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 1936-1938
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 1939-1946
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1951
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 1952-1953
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 1954-
 
Dormitories-Men-Inter-House Council 1952-1966.     (In 1966 merged with Assembly to form Inter-House Assembly) 
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 1952-June 1957
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 July 1957-January 1956
 
Dormitories-Women.     (see also: Food Service Building; Housing; Housing-Women. For co-ed dorms (1962-) see Dormitories-general.) 
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 1920-1928
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 1929-1931
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 1931-1943
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 1943-1949
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 1950-1953
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 1954-
 
Double Ten Day. Chinese holiday.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia) 
 
Draft, Military.     (see: Military Affairs, Office of; Student Records (for class ranking of males subject to draft, 1966-) 
 
Draft Counseling Center (1968-in First Baptist Church).     (see: Military Affairs, Office of) 
 
Drama Season Board 1957-     (see: Dramatics-Dramatic Festival) 
 
Dramatic Festival.     (see: Dramatics-Dramatic Festival) 
 
Dramatic Season.     (see: Dramatics-Dramatic Festival) 
 
Dramatics.     (Includes one act plays; Speech Dept. readers' theater and experimental playbills: misc. short plays; general data; visiting groups not in the Dramatic Festival series; and the following misc. groups-Committee on Dramatics, U of M Players, Harris Players, Laboratory Playbill, Teachers Dramatic Workshop. For other misc. groups, see Dramatics-Student groups (include Residential College Players); Dramatics-Student Players; Dramatics-Faculty and town groups; see also: Power Center for the Performing Arts; Play Production (3 Acts); Dramatics-Rockford Players (1924-32); Dramatics-Dramatic Festival (1933-); Dramatics-Repertory Players (1933-); Dramatics-Professional Theater Program.) 
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 1920-1937
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 1937-1948
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 1948-1950
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 1951-1955
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 1956-1965
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 1965-1968
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 1968-1971
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 1972-1974
 
Dramatics (Plays by special groups)     (see: Dramatics-Children's Theater Dramatics-Comedy Club Dramatics-Masques; Eng. Lang. and Lit, Dept. (play publication); Junior Girls' Play; League-Lydia Mendelssohn Theater; Opera; Play Production (3 Acts); Senior Girls' Play; Union-Opera; Union-Opera --Mimes; Societies-Hillel; Union-Theater; Ann Arbor-Theater) 
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Dramatics-Children's Theater 1933-) . Supported by U of M Dept. of Speech in later years.
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Dramatics-Comedy Club, 1885-1935.
 
Dramatics-Dramatic Festival (1933-)     (see: Dramatics-Rockford Players (1924-32) For earlier material) 
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 1930-1932
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 1933-1935
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 1936-1939
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 1944-1949
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 1950-1952
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 1953-1955
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 1956
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Dramatics-Faculty and town groups     (Includes Dodos (1918-) who changed in 1924 to Ann Arbor Playmakers; Hampstead Community Players (1936-7); Nell Gwyn Company (1930-8?)) 
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Dramatics-Masques. Women's dramatic society 1915-28.
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Dramatics-Professional Theater Program---Clippings and-Pamphlets
 
Dramatics-Repertory Players (1933-) (2 folders)     (Summer session playbills of the Dept. of Speech at the Lydia Mendelssohn Theater. For earlier material see Dramatics-Rockford Players (1924-32). For outside groups see Dramatics-Dramatic Festival and Dramatics. see also: Faculty-Windt) 
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 1929-1935
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 1936-1941
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 1942-1947
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 1948-1951
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1951-
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Dramatics-Rockford Players, etc. (1924-32). For later activity     (see: Dramatics-Dramatic Festival (1933-); Dramatics-Repertory Players (1933-).) 
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Dramatics-Student Groups (misc.)     (Includes: The Players (1926); Players Club (192Q-5); Mummers (Women's Society) (1926-31); University Terrace Players; Packard Avenue Playreaders (P.A.P.) Medieval Festival; The Overland Stage) 
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Dramatics-Student Players.     (Called Little Theater of Willow Village 1946-. Moved to Ann Arbor and became U. of M. Student Players 1948-. Theater Guild, an independent group set up in 1949 joined Student Players in 1958.) 
 
Drinking ban.     (see: Prohibition) 
 
Driver Training Program.     (see: Extension-Institutes) 
 
Driving Ban.     (see: Students, Autos) 
 
Dropouts.     (see: Enrollments.) 
 
Drug Information Center.     (see: Hospitals. Located in University Hospital Pharmacy.) 
 
Drug Teach-In.     (see: University Activities Center (Sponsored by UAC (Student Govt. Council et al, January 7, 1968-.)) 
 
Drugs research.     (see: Medical School-Research) 
 
Drugs, University Committee on.     (see: Michigan. University. Student Life) 
 
Druids.     (see: Societies-Druids) 
 
Drum Major Contests.     (see: Bands-Extension Program) 
 
Dubois (W.E.B.) Club .     (see: Political Clubs (Gen.)) 
 
Duo Concertante. See Chamber Music
 
Dutch Settlement Celebration, 1947.     (see: Campus Events 1947-9.)