Albert Kahn papers  1896-2014
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ENACT (Environmental Action for Survival)     (see: Natural Resources, School of) 
 
Economic behavior program.     (see: Institute for Social Research-) 
 
Survey Research Center
 
Economic Education, Michigan Council on.     (see: Business Administration, School of) 
 
Economic Outlook, Conference on.     (see: Economics, Dept., of-Conference on the Economic-Outlook) 
 
Economic Reconstruction of Europe.     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events (19) 8)) 
 
Economics Club.     (see: Economics, Dept. of) 
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Economics, Dept.     (of see also: Economics, Dept. of-Conference on the Economic outlook; Woytinsky (W.S.) Lectureship Award;) 
 
Economics, Dept. of-Conference on the Economic Outlook
 
Ecumenical Campus Center.     (see: Religion-Churches) 
 
Education, School of.     (Includes general information, Honors Convocation, conferences held. see also: Education, School of-Workshops; Education, School of-Summer Educ. Conf.; Bureau of School Services; Graduate School (H.H. Rackham)-State Teachers Colleges; Education, School of-Elementary School; Education, School of-Univ. High School; Education, School of-Laboratory School;) 
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 1920-1927
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 1928-1930
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 1931-1933
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 1934-1937
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 1937-1941
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 1943-1947
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 1948-1951
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 1952-1954
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 1955-1971
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 1972-
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Education, School of-Elementary School of     (After 1955-see Education; School of-Laboratory School)  
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Education, School of-Higher Education.     (Includes Center for the Study of Higher Educ.; Conference on Higher Educ.; Seminar on Univ. Admin.;) 
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Education, School of-Laboratory School     (Elementary and Secondary combined into one laboratory school 1955- . Previous years see Education, School of-Elementary; Education, School of Univ. High School.) 
 
Education, School of-Summer Education Conference 1929-
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 1929-1956
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 1957-
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Education, School of-University High School. After  1955     (see: Education, School of-Laboratory School) 
 
Education, School of-Workshops.     (For field courses see regular announcements by the School of Education. see also: Education, School of-Summer Education Conferences) 
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 1939-1952
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 1953-
 
Education-Russia.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe (Symposium on Soviet Education on held by Ukrainian Student Club,1958) Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept.; Education-Russian (general file)) 
 
Education Club.     (see: Societies-Education) 
 
Educational Communications System (ECS).     (see: Joint Programs (General)) 
 
Educational Television and Radio Center, Ann Arbor (non-university).     (see: Television-Educational Applications (general file)) 
 
Elderfield Report on Classified Research.     (see: Research) 
 
Elections.     (see also: Student Government) 
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 1920-1929
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 1930-1937
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 1938-1946
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1953
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 1954-1956
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 1957
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Elections-National, State, and Local.     (Includes views of candidates on University questions; views of faculty and students on election questions; faculty participation in elections, students registering to vote in Ann Arbor. For election of the Board of Regents see also: Regents see also: names of individuals Faculty-Eldersveld, Samuel; Faculty-Slosson, Preston; .Institute of Social Research-Survey Research Center (for surveys done)) 
 
Electro-Optical Sciences Laboratory.     (see: Institute of Science and Technology.) 
 
Elementary School.     (see: Education, School of-Laboratory School (1955-).Education, School of-Elementary School) 
 
Eligibility, Athletic.     (see: Athletics-Administration) 
 
Emergency Fund for Foreign Students.     (Money raised by International Students Association see also: Foreign Students-International Center) 
 
Employees.     (For general information and misc. individuals see the department where the employee. works, e.g. Hospital, Buildings and Grounds, Museums, etc. see also: Faculty; Administration; Crime; Employees, Building and Grounds News) 
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 1925-1955 (2 folders)
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1956-19969
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 1970-1971
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 1971-
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Employees-Building and Grounds News.     (For individual items on Building and Grounds employees (see: Buildings and Grounds see also: U N News (1968-)) 
 
Employment of Students     (. see also: Political Clubs-Student Workers Federation; Student Relief) 
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 1928-1938
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1939-
 
Endowment.     (see: Finances-Trust Funds) 
 
Engineering, College of-     (see also: Societies-Engineering; Societies-Sigma Rho Tau) 
 
Administrative
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 1921-1935
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 1936-1939
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 1940-1943
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194-1949
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 1948-1951
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 1952-1955
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1956- ((2 folders))
 
Administrative (pamphlets)
 
Engine Bounce.     (see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Council) 
 
Engineering, College of-Aeronautical and Astronautical, 1959-     (Includes Willow Run Airport. see also: Space Research; Aviation; Societies-Aero.; Alumni-Astronauts) 
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 1920-1946
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 1946-1947
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 1947-1950
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 1951-1954
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 1955-1956
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 1963-
 
Engineering, College of-Automotive.     (see: Eng. Coll.-Marine and Mechanical) 
 
Engineering, College of-Camp Davis. Used also for surveying courses. In Wyoming. Also used by Geol. Dept.
 
Engineering, College of-Centennial Celebration.     (see: Engineering, College of (Admin.) ( October, 1953)) 
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Engineering, College of-Chemical and Electrical
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Engineering, College of-Civil Engineering.     (Includes construction, hydraulics, sanitary, structural, railroad, transportation, etc. For dept. of highway and highway traffic see Engineering, College of-Highway Dept.) 
 
Engineering, College of-Construction Engineering.     (see: Engineering, College of-Civil Eng.) 
 
Engineering, College of-Daylighting Laboratory.     (see: Engineering, College of) 
 
Engineering, College of-Electrical.     (see: Engineering, College of-Chemical and Electrical Dept. .) 
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Engineering, College of-Engineering Council.     (Includes Engineering Honor Council and material on the Honor system; Engineering Steering Committee (1952-); Engine Bounce (Dance);) 
 
Engineering, College of-Engineering Drawing, Dept. of     (see: Engineering, College of) 
 
Engineering, College of-Engineering Graphics.     (see: Engineering, College of-Marine and Mechanical (Dept. of Engineering Graphics discontinued May 17, 1968)) 
 
Engineering, College of-Engineering Mechanics, Dept. of     (see: Engineering, College of-Marine and Mechanical) 
 
Engineering: College of-Engineering Research Institute (ERI).     (In 1958 changed to University of Michigan Research Institute (but no separate heading for UMRI). In January 1961 it became the Office of Research Admin. (ORA) 1959- see Institute. of Science and Technology) 
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 1920-1932
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 1933-1953
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 1954-1958
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Engineering, College of-Highway Dept.     (see also: Safety Education; Highway Safety Research Institute) 
 
Engineering, College of-Industrial Engineering (1951-).     (see: Engineering, College of) 
 
Engineering, College of-Institutes, etc.     (see: Engineering, College of-(Admin.)) 
 
Engineering, College of-Instrumentation.     (see: Engineering, College of-ERI (For all the instrument shops see: Buildings and Grounds)) 
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Engineering, College of-Marine and Mechanical
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 1900-1947
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 1948
 
Engineering, College of-Materials Engineering (1952-)     (See: Engineering, College of) 
 
Engineering, College of-Metallurgical.     (see: Engineering, College of-Chemical and Electrical) 
 
Engineering, College of-Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Dept.     (see: Engineering College-Marine and Mechanical) 
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Engineering, College of-North Campus.     (Includes industrial research projects sponsored by the university. For those by commercial firms see: North Campus-Research by non-university firms. see also: Engineering, College of-ERI and other divisions doing research.) 
 
Engineering, College of-Nuclear Engineering.     (see: Phoenix Project-Research) 
 
Engineering College of-Open House.     (see: Engineering, College of (Admin.)) 
 
Engineering, College of-Publications.     (see: Engineering, College of Technic) 
 
Engineering, College of-Sanitary Engineering.     (see: Engineering, College of-Civil Engineering) 
 
Engineering, College of Science Engineering (1956-)     (see: Engineering, College of) 
 
Engineering, College of-Societies.     (see: Societies-Engineering) 
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Engineering, College of-Technic.     (Includes Arch.) 
 
Engineering, College of-Transportation.     (see: Engineering, College of-Civil Engineering. see also: Transportation Institute and Library) 
 
Engineering Honor Council:     (see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Council) 
 
Engineering Placement Office.     (see: Engineering, College of-Administration) 
 
Engineering Psychology Laboratory.     (see: Institute of Science and Technology) 
 
Engineering Speakers Club.     (see: Societies-Engineering) 
 
Engineering Steering Committee.     (see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Council) 
 
English Journal Club (Graduate literary society).     (see: Societies-Literary) 
 
English Language and Literature, Dept. of     (see also: English Lang. and Lit., Dept of-Conferences; English Language Institute; Hopwood Awards; Dramatics; Societies-Literary; Societies-Debating and Oratory: Speech, Dept. of; Writer-in-Residence) 
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 1928-1951
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 1952-1960
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1961-
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English Language and Literature, Dept. of-Conferences.     (Includes Conference of English Teachers, Writers Conference. Michigan Council of English Teachers, English Teachers-Conference Series for,) 
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Clippings
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Pamphlets
 
English Language Institute.     ((Intensive course for foreign teachers of the English language) see also: Foreign Students (for individuals) Latin-American Relations (for start)) 
 
English Language Service.     (Operated by the International Center as an aid to foreign students; includes other languages too. see: Foreign Students-International Center) 
 
English Teachers-Conferences.     (see: English Language and Literature Dept. of-Conferences) 
 
Enrollment.     (For complete figures see: the President's Reports. see also: Registration and Classification) 
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 1920-1935
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 1936-1945
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 1946-1952
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 1953-1964
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 1965-1970
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 1971
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Entrance Requirements.     (see also: Bureau of School Services) 
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Environmental Action for Survival (ENACT).  1970-1974 (2 folders)     (see also: Natural Resources, School of) 
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Environmental Research Institute of Michigan
 
Environmental Teach-in.     (see: Natural Resources, School of) 
 
Episcopal Student Foundation.     (see: Religion-Churches-Episcopal Equal Opportunity Scholarship Award Program. see: Scholarships) 
 
Esperanto Club.     (see: Societies-Foreign Lang.) 
 
Eta Kappa Nu (Electrical Eng. Frat.).     (see: Societies-Engineering) 
 
Eta Sigma Phi. National Latin and Greek Lang. Honorary.     (see: Societies-Foreign Lang.) 
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Ethics and Religion, Office of
 
Europa Club.     (see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe) 
 
Europe.     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1948) for "Economic Reconstruction of Europe") 
 
European War.     (see: World War) 
 
Evaluations of the faculty.     (see: Faculty Evaluations) 
 
Evangelical and Reformed Student Fellowship (Bethlehem Church)     (see: Religion-Churches) 
 
Evans Scholars.     (see: Scholarships) 
 
Events.     (see: Campus Events; Summer Session-Campus Events) 
 
Events (University) Bldg.     (see: Athletics-Building Program) 
 
Examinations.     (see: Marking System) 
 
Examinations, Comprehensive.     (see: Literary College) 
 
Excavations.     (see: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology; Near Eastern Studies Expeditions; Classical Studies, Dept. of) 
 
Exchange Students.     (see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange Students; Joint Programs;) 
 
Excursions (SS).     (see: Summer Session-Campus Events) 
 
Executive Development, programs in.     (see: Business Administration, School of) 
 
Exhibits Museum.     (see: Museums) 
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Expansion (Off campus)     (see also: Dearborn Campus; Flint Branch; Extension; Delta College (Proposed affiliation) For expansion in size, see: Enrollment) 
 
Expeditions.     (see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions Expeditions-Greenland; Expeditions-South and Central America; Expeditions-Pacific (includes. Alaska, Philippines Hawaii, etc.); Geology, Dept. of; Faculty-Koelz (Tibet Expedition); Museums (expeditions sponsored by); Excavations (card)) 
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Expeditions-Greenland. Led by Hobbs and Gould
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Expeditions -- Pacific     (see also men involved: Philippine-Guthe; Pacific Islands-Pollock; Aleutians-Bank; Japan-Hall) 
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Expeditions-South and Central America     (see also: men involved. Includes: Brazil and Rubber and Amazon Surveys (Led by La Rue); Trinidad (Led by James); Haiti (Led by James and Hall); British Honduras and Guatemala (series)(Led by Muria, Van Tyne, Bartlet Hubbs, Vander Schalie, etc) South America (Led by Ruthven, Van Tyne, Trautman and other museum men). Mexico (Led by Hatt, Pearse Gaige, Kellum, Creaser, Steere) Yucatan (see Mexico); Panama (Led by Gaige); Mayan (Led by Stuart, Lundell, Van Tyne, Trautman)) 
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Expenses, Student.     (see also: Dormitories; Housing; Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects; Tuition; Student Life; Fraternities-Fraternity Buying Association;) 
 
Experiment in International Living-for study abroad.     (see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchanges) 
 
Experimental Playbills. Sponsored by the Speech Dept.     (see: Dramatics) 
 
Expulsion of Student Radicals.     (see: Political Clubs-National Student League; Political Clubs-Progressive Club) 
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Extension (general)  1915-1946
 
Extension-Adult Education program     (Includes: Adult Education Institute For divisions see Extension-Detroit Northwestern (Traverse City, etc.; Port Huron (Eastern Thumb area); Saginaw Area; Southeastern (Ann Arbor, etc.); Southern (Battle Creek, etc.); Thumb Area (Flint, etc.); Upper Peninsula (Sault Ste. Marie-Western (Grand Rapids, etc.) see also: Extension-Correspondence Study Courses; Audio-Visual Education Center; Institutes (separate folders for institutes listed here); Radio; Television; Libraries-Extension) 
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 1932-1953
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 1954
 
Extension -- Adult Education program     (Includes Adult Education Institute) 
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Extension -- Audio-Visual Education Center (previously Bureau of Visual Instruction Institute), pamphlets and clippings
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Extension -- Community College Service
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Extension-Correspondence/Study Courses--clippings-pamphlets
 
Extension-"Current Events and World Affairs" course. ("reputedly the nation's oldest. continuous discussion group")     (see: Extension-Detroit; Faculty-Maurer, Wesley H.) 
 
Extension-Debating.     (see: Bureau of School Services) 
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Extension-Detroit---pamphlets-clippings     (see also: Libraries-Detroit) 
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Extension-Firemanship Training for
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Extension-Forman's Conference
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Extension-Institutes.     (Includes: Assessor's Training; Cell Utilization; Scouting Institute; Driver Training; Community Service; Guidance and Occupational Quality Control; Library Trustees; High School-(various); World Understanding; City Planning; Summer Recreation; Rural Life and Education; Program Planners; Att and Child Tax Institute; Student Councils; Rural Health Conference; For institutes directly concerned with a particular school or department see that school. e.g.: Music, School of-Extension Program; Natural Resources, School of; Hospitals; Education, School of; Workshops; Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of. see also: Extension-Adult Education program Debating; Firemanship Training; Foreman's Conference; Labor Programs; Law enforcement; Parent-Teacher program; Pastors' Conference; Public Health program; Real Estate program; Workers' Education Service) 
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Extension-Labor programs.     (Includes Labor Relations Institute, Labor-Management, Leadership Training, see also: Extension-Foreman's Conference; Extension-Workers Education Service) 
 
Extension-Law Enforcement.     (Includes Law Enforcement Institute) 
 
Extension-Library Extension Service.     (see: Libraries-Extension) 
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Extension-Northwestern Area.     (Includes: "Middle Michigan", Traverse City, Cadillac, Charlevoix, Cheboygan, Frankfort, Gaylord, Ludington, Onekama, Petosky, Alpena, Roscommon, Alma, Scottville.-pamphlets and clippings (in one folder)) 
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Extension-Parent-Teacher Program. (3 folders)     (Includes: Parents' Education Institute.) 
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Extension-Pastors' Conference
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Extension-Port Huron     (A new office opened in 1956 to cover Northern and Eastern Thumb Area (St. Clair, Sanilac, Huron and parts of Macomb and Lapeer Co.). Before 1956 see: Extension-Thumb Area and Extension-Saginaw Area) 
 
Extension-Public Health Program.     (see: Public Health, School of; Extension (Gen.)) 
 
Extension-Real Estate Program
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Extension-Saginaw Area, pamphlets--clippings     (Includes: Saginaw Valley, Bay City, Midland, East Tawas, Owendale, Ubly, Standish, Oscoda, Bad Axe, Caro, Alma.) 
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Extension-Southeastern Area---pamphlets and-clippings.     (Includes: Ann Arbor, Adrian, Belleville, Chelsea, Grosse Pointe, Jackson, Lansing, Lincoln Park, Royal Oak, Wyandotte, Monroe, Grass Lake, Howell, Milford, Napoleon, Milan, Dearborn, Oakland Co.) 
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Extension-Southern Area--pamphlets and clippings.     (Includes: Battle Creek, Hillsdale, Kalamzoo, Lansing, Three Rivers, Coldwater) 
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Extension-Thumb Area. pamphlets and clippings     (Includes: Flint; Caro, Durand, Montrose, Mt. Clemens, Pigeon, Pontiac, M. Clair, Yale, North Branch, Owasso, Port Huron (before 1956), Romeo, Sebewaing, Sandusky, Vassar, Mayvill,-Bloomfield Hills, Marlette. see also: Flint Branch; Institute for Human Adjustment; Sociology, Dept. of) 
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Extension-Upper Peninsula--pamphlets and clippings.     (Includes: Sault Ste. Marie, Houghton, Ironwood, Menomiee, Escanaba, Negaunee, Iron Mountain, Iron River.) 
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Extension-Western Area--clippings and pamphlets.     (Includes: Grand Rapids, Benton Harbor, Big Rapids, Holland, Muskegon, Kalamazoo, Saugatuck, St. Joseph.) 
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Extension-Workers' Education Service
 
Extension Orchestra and Choir.     (see: Extension-Detroit) 
 
Extension Service Lecture Bureau.     (see: Extension) 
 
Extra Concert Series,     (see: Music Series) 
 
Eye Bank.     (see: Hospitals)