Albert Kahn papers  1896-2014
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FBA (Fraternity Buying Association).     (see: Fraternities-FBA (Fraternity Buying Association).) 
 
Faculty     (Faculty File Note, Materials on an individual faculty members-are filed alphabetically in the faculty folders. Much material, however, has information on more than one faculty member. If the faculty members belong to the same department, school, college, research unit, organization, performance group, institute, service, etc., see under the name of the particular unit. If the faculty members are from various units, see also in the general faculty folder (s). Individual administrators are also included in the faculty folders, except for the university presidents, each of whom has his own file (under MiU his name), separate from the faculty folders. For material on several administrators, see under Administration. The regents (including regent candidates) are separate, see under Regents. Employees of the university are under their respective units and in a general Employees file. For the Faculty Assembly, see Mill-Senate (faculty) Other faculty headings are to be-found listed after the individual faculty listings.)   (see also: Annuities; Faculty Awards and Fellowships; Presidents (and individual names); Administration; Employees; Campus Events (l928-301s lectures by fac.); Oratorical Series (1930s); Elections-National, State and Local (for political views and activities.); Activism; Senate (Faculty); Research) 
 
General (by date)
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 1920-1931
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 1932-1943
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 1944-1946
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 1947-1948
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 1949-1951
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 1592-1953
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 1953-1955
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 1956-1957
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 1958
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 1959-1960
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 1961-1963
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 1964-1965
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 1966-1967
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 1969-1970
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 1971
 
Alphabetical (by name)     (see seprate Faculty series, see also dept. concerned) 
 
Faculty Assembly.     (see: Senate (Faculty)) 
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Faculty Awards and Fellowships.     (see also: Faculty (for leave of absence); Phoenix Project-Research; Michigan Society of Fellows; the various schools and colleges and the individual receiving award.) 
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Faculty-Emeritus Club
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Faculty Evaluations.     (see also: Literary College (for conference on evaluations)) 
 
Faculty Opinion.     (see: Faculty (for general topics);Elections-National, State and Local (for elections); Activism (for protest movements)) 
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Faculty Publications-pamphlets-clippings     (see also: Publications (and names of individual professors)) 
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Faculty Salary
 
Faculty Seminar on Arms Control (1961-)     (see: Center for Research on Conflict Resolution) 
 
Faculty Senate.     (see: Senate (Faculty)) 
 
Faculty Women's Club.     (see: Societies-Faculty Women's Club) 
 
Fagerburg (Dewey F. ) Memorial Lecture.     (see: Phoenix Project-Institutes and Conferences) 
 
Fajans Award.     (see: Chemistry Dept.) 
 
Far Eastern Lang. and Literature, Dept. of 1948-     (see: Far Eastern Studies) 
 
Far Eastern Studies.     (Includes MiU research programs in the Far East.) 
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 1935-1942
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 1943-1953
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 1954-
 
Faraday Christmas Lectures (1968-).     (see: Engineering, College of) 
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Father's Day.     (see also: Alumni-Homecoming) 
 
Federal Reserve Board-Survey of Consumer Finance.     (see: Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center) 
 
Fees.     (see: Tuition) 
 
Fellowship in Creative Arts, 1921.     (see: Faculty Awards and Fellowships) 
 
Fellowship of Reconciliation.     (see: Peace Movements) 
 
Fellowships.     (see also: Scholarships (pamphlet file); Phoenix Project-Research; Faculty Awards and Fellowships; Prizes; Loan Funds; Hopwood Awards; Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange Finance-Trust Funds; Wilson (Woodrow) National Fellowship Foundation; Ford Foundation (general file)) 
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 1920-1941
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 1942-1955
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 1956-
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Fencing
 
Fenton Community Center.     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Social Science Research Projects) 
 
Fertility and Family Planning: a World View (Sesquicentennial Conference, November 1967).     (see: Population Studies) 
 
Festival of Song.     (see: Radio) 
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Field Hockey
 
Field House .     (see: Athletics-Ferry Field) 
 
Field Services; sea: Relations Service
 
"Fifty-five million Program".     (see: Finances-855 Million Program (1965-67)) 
 
Figure Skating Club.     (see: Hockey and Skating) 
 
Finance Club.     (see: Societies-Business Administration) 
 
Finances--pamphlets-clippings     (see also: Finance-Alumni Aid; Finances-$55 Million; Program-Trust Funds) 
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 1900-1930
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 1931-1933
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 1932-1933
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 1934-1949
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 1950-1951
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 1952-1953
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 1954-1957
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 1958-1963
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 1964
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 1965-1967
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 1967-1970
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 1970-1971
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 1972-1974
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 1975-
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Finances-Alumni Aid--pamphlets and clippings     (see also: Gifts) 
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Finances-$55 Million Program (1965-67)
 
Fine Arts, Dept. of.     (see also: Alumni Memorial Hall and Art Collection; Art Print Collection; Graduate School-Exhibits in Bldg) 
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 1920-1948
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 1949-
 
Fire College.     (see: Extension-Firemanship Training) 
 
Fire Prevention and fires     (see: Building and Grounds see also: Administration; Housing; Fraternities-Housing; Dorms (Men) (Women); Haven Hall) 
 
Firearms Collection.     (see: Kelsey Museum of Archeology) 
 
"First Facts".     (see: History-"First Facts") 
 
Fish
 
Michigan State Dept. of Conservation: Fisheries Research Institute
 
Fisheries, Dept. of     (see: Natural Resources, School of) 
 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Fisheries Investigation. Fisheries Bureau (AA, 1958-)     (see: Great Lakes Research) 
 
(International) Great Lakes Fishery Comm.     (see: Great Lakes Research) 
 
Fishing
 
General topic     (see: Swimming and Aquatic Sports.) 
 
Fishing Clinic, 1955-     (see: Natural Resources, School of) 
 
Fission Products Laboratory.     (see: Phoenix Project-Research) 
 
Flag.     (see: Symbols) 
 
Flaherty Film Festival.     (see: Moving Pictures) 
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Fleming, Robben W. (3 folders)
 
Flint Area Study (FAS).     (see: Institute for Human Adjustment-0007 Social Science Research Projects) 
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Flint Branch. Includes Flint College (U. of M.) and Flint Jr. College.     (see also: Extension-Thumb Area) 
 
Flint Social Planning Project. see; Institute for Human Adjustment-: Social Science Res. Project; Sociology, Dept. of
 
Fluids Engineering Lab.     (see: Engineering, College of-North Campus) 
 
Flying Club.     (see: Societies-Aeronautical) 
 
Folk-Dancers Club.     (see: Dance) 
 
Folk Festival.     (see: Societies-A-F (Sponsored by Folklore Society)) 
 
Folklore Society.     (see: Societies-A-F) 
 
Food.     (see: Food Service Bldg.; Dorms (Men) (for food riots); Dorms (Men)-Inter-House Council (for study of food riots); Dorms (Women); Fraternities-Fraternity Buying Association) 
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Food Service Bldg.     (see also: Building Program) 
 
Food Stores Plant.     (see: Food Service Building) 
 
Football     (see also: Football-"All American" teams; Football-Tickets; Football-Gridgraph) 
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 1920-1927
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 1928-1930
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 1931-1935
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 1936-1937
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 1938-1939
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 1940-1942
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 1943-1946
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 1947-1948
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19490-1952
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 1953-1954
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 1955-May 1957
 
Football-"All American" Teams...     (Includes also "All Conference" teams, Hall of Fame, and other star teams...) 
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 1920-1949
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 1950-
 
Football-coaching staff.     (see: Athletics-Administration) 
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Football-Gridgraph (1922-7)     (Includes closed circuit TV, 1966-) 
 
Football-Tickets.     (see also: Football; Student Council 1920s) 
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 1921-1949
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 1950-
 
(Benjamin) Ford Scholarships.     (see: Scholarships) 
 
Foreign Languages Innovative Curricular Study (FLICS).     (see: Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior) 
 
Foreign Language lectures and teaching.     (see: Languages (see card for specific types)) 
 
Foreign Students
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 1900-1937
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 1938-1947
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 1947-1949
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 1949-1951
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 1952
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 1953-1954
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 1955-1956
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1957-
 
Foreign Students-Debates.     (see: Foreign Students-International Students Association) 
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Foreign Students-Displaced Persons
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Foreign Students-Housing
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Foreign Students-International Center.     (see also: Latin-American Relations; Foreign Students-ISA; Dance) 
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Foreign Students-International Student Association     (see also: Foreign Students-International Center for joint efforts) 
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Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange.     (Includes scholarships and fellowships to foreign students, exchange student plans, and undergraduate study abroad for MiU student see also: Student Government (exchange with Free University of Berlin); Law School (Japanese-American program for cooperation in Legal Studies); Foreign Visitors) 
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Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and the Near East
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Foreign Students-Societies-Asia
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Foreign Students-Societies-Cosmopolitan Club
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Foreign Students-Societies-Europe
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Foreign Students-Societies-South America and Philippines
 
Foreign Study
 
Undergraduate     (see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange; Literary College (for its foreign study program)) 
 
Graduate     (see: Fellowships) 
 
Faculty     (see: Faculty Awards and Fellowships) 
 
Foreign Visitors.     (See also: Foreign Students; Institute of Social Research-Survey Research Center; Foreign Students-International Center; Linguistic Institute; Summer Session-Campus Events (for the summer lecture series); Latin-American Relations See also: departments sponsoring.) 
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 1920-August 1932
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 September 1932-1941
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 1942-1951
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 1952-1956
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 1957-
 
Foreman's Conference.     (see: Extension-Foreman's Conference) 
 
Forestry.     (1903-1926 Dept. of Forestry; 1927-1929 School of Forestry; 1950-see: Natural Resources, School of) 
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 1920-1929
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 1930-1937
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 1938-1944
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 1945-1950
 
Forestry Club.     (see: Forestry (1903-49); Natural Resources, School of (1950-)) 
 
Fortnight.     (see: Assembly) 
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Forums. General and Miscellaneous     (See also: Michigan Forum (Student Government sponsor); Union-Forums; Foreign Students-International Center; Political Clubs (and individual clubs); Foreign Students-International Students Association.; Radicals; Student Town Hall) 
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Foundation for Research on Human Behavior.     (An independent group using university facilities. Prof. Hayes, Economics Dept. chairman (1957)) 
 
Franklin Statue.     (see: Memorials) 
 
Fraternities (Professional).     (see: Professional fraternities) 
 
Fraternities (Social)     (See also: Fraternities-(alphabetical); Discipline;-Fraternity Buying Association (FBA); Greek Week; Hectorians; Housing; Interfraternity Ball; Interfraternity Council (IFC); Interfraternity Sing;-Rushing; Crime; Sororities-Panhellenic (joint activities); Race problems (bias clause); Prohibition;) 
 
General
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 1920-1934
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 1934-1949
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1950-
 
Fraternities (alphabetical):     (For materials on individual fraternities see also: Fraternities-Rushing; Discipline; Housing; Crime; Fraternities; Prohibition; Race Problems) 
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Acacia
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Alpha Tau Omega
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A
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C
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D-E
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F-K
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L-0
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P-Q
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Phi Gamma Delta
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Phi Kappa Sigma
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R-S
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Sigma Alpha Epsilon
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T-Z
 
Fraternities-Interfraternity Sing
 
Fraternities-Alumni Relations.     (See: Fraternities (general, Interfraternity Alumni Conference 1932 Stewart Howe Alumni Service, scholarship (earlier years), etc.); Fraternities Interfraternity Council (scholarship, meetings, etc.)) 
 
Fraternities.-Bias Clause.     (see: Race Problems. For individual fraternities, see: Fraternities-(Alphabetical)) 
 
Fraternities-Charities.     (see: Fraternities (older years only);) 
 
Fraternities-Interfraternity Council Fraternities-Rushing (Help Week, etc
 
Fraternities-Christmas Party.     (see: Fraternities-Interfraternity Council) 
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Fraternities-Discipline.     (Includes Interfraternity Councils Executive Council (also called Judiciary Council). Includes social infractions. For other types see also: Rushing infractions; Fraternities-Rushing ;Financial difficulties; Fraternities-and Fraternities-Interfraternity Council-Drinking Violations; Prohibition Closed dance question; Fraternities-Interfraternity Council. Cases appealed to Joint Judie.-Student Government-Joint Judiciary Council.) 
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Fraternities-Fraternity Buying Association (FBA) Fraternities-Fraternity-Faculty Forums.     (see: Fraternities) 
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Fraternities-Greek Week.     (Includes Interfraternity Council and Panhellenic workshops, Olympiad Night, etc. see also: Fraternities-Interfraternity Sing; Fraternities-Interfraternity Ball) 
 
Fraternities-Health and Safety Programs.     (see: Fraternities-Housing) 
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Fraternities-Hectorians. Fraternity Honorary
 
Fraternities-Housing.     (Includes question of freshmen residence, 2.4 grade controversy, building program, fire prevention, health and safety plans, taxation of property, etc. For food see: Fraternities"-Fraternity Buying Association) 
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 1925-1955
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 1956-
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Fraternities-Interfraternity Ball
 
Fraternities-Interfraternity Council.     (Includes Talent Show, Christmas Party, closed dance controversy, Fraternity Presidents Association, National Interfraternity Council, financial questions, scholarship, etc.; For sponsored association (Jr. Interfraternity Council, IFC Pledge Banquet) see Fraternities-Rushing.) 
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 1920-1938
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 1939-1953
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 1954-
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Fraternities-Interfraternity Sing
 
Fraternities-Rushing.     (see also: Fraternities-Housing) 
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 1920-1935
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 1935-1945
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 1946-1952
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 1953-1955
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 1956-
 
Fraternities-Taxation.     (see: Fraternities-Housing) 
 
Fraternity Buying Association     (see: Fraternities-Fraternity Buying Association) 
 
Fraternity Initiation Banquet (Union) 1935-.     (See: Fraternities-Rushing) 
 
Fraternity Representatives Assembly.     (see: Fraternities-Inter-fraternity Council) 
 
"Free University of Ann Arbor" (1966).     (see: Curriculum Established by "Activist" faculty and students dissatisfied with MiU and its course offerings.) 
 
Free Speech.     (see also: (for speaker's ban decisions): Academic Freedom; Oratorical Series; Political Clubs -- Democratic, Progressives,-Mich. Youth for Democratic Action;-Civil Liberties Committee; Censorship; Alumni-Miller, Arthur; Radicals) 
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 January-October 1952
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 October 1952-
 
Free University of Berlin Exchange Scholarships.     (see: Student Government (1957-)) 
 
Freer Manuscripts.     (see: Gifts) 
 
French Club.     (see: Societies-Foreign Lang.) 
 
French Language and Literature.     (see: Romance Lang. and Lit., Dept. of) 
 
Fresh Air Camp.     (see also: Institute for Human Adjustment (of which it is a part-T; Fraternities-Rushing (work donated); Sororities-Rushing (work donated); (departments offering credit for work at the camp)-Education, Sociology, Social Work; Psychology, Physical Education) 
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 1926-1937
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 1938-1947
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 1948-1953
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 1954
 
Freshman.     (Includes Freshman orientation, Freshman Night and Banquet, Principal-Freshman Conference. see also: Freshman-Frosh Weekend; Freshman -- Caps; Games, Freshman-Sophomore; Traditions; Lantern Night (for pageant and project) Advisors; Student Religious Association. (for roundtable); Annual official publication titled Information for Prospective Freshmen. Administrative Studies. V.1 No. 1, 1927) 
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 1920-February 1932
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 March 1932-1937
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 1938-1946
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 1947-1950
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 1951-1954
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1955-
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Freshmen-Caps (1906-34).     (see also: Student Council) 
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Freshmen-Frosh Weekend. Also called Freshmen Frolic, Student Legislature Tug Week, etc.     (see also: Games. Freshmen-Sophomore) 
 
Freshmen Frolic.     (see: Freshmen-Frosh Weekend) 
 
Freshman Rendezvous.     (see: Student Religious Organization (1957-); Student Religious Association (1937-1956)) 
 
Frieze Memorial Organ.     (see: Organ) 
 
Frosh Weekend.     (see: Freshmen-Frosh Weekend) 
 
Fulbright Fellowships.     (see: Fellowships; Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchanges) 
 
Future Teachers of America     (see: Societies-Education)