Albert Kahn Associates records: 1825-2014 (bulk 1900-1945)
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Miscellaneous News clips 1985-2006 [subseries]

The Miscellaneous News and Media Coverage subseries consists of 8 videotapes of mixed formats: U-matic, VHS, Betacam, DVCam, and VHS. Ranging from 1985 to 2006, the content of this subseries consists largely of material produced by outside organizations and news media channels on materials relevant to the University and its activities such as interviews with officials and scholars and appearances by well-known individuals. Of note is the broadcast of the television program "Mad Money" from the University of Michigan.

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TV coverage of Vice President George Bush at ceremony noting the "birth" of the Peace Corps: WXYZ-TV, WDIV-TV, Detroit; CBS "Sunday Morning." October 7-13, 1985 (U-Matic Tape)
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ABC-TV's "Today Show" which originated from the Ann Arbor campus and Brown University October 17, 1985 (Betacam Tape)
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Regional TV coverage of Gerald Ford at a UM fund-raising event: WDIV-TC, WXYZ-TV, WKBD-TV December 3, 1987 (U-Matic Tape)
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On the new UM Hospital; February, 1986 (U-Matic Tape)
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CBS-TV's "This Morning" show, which originated from the Ann Arbor campus February 3, 1989 (VHS Tape)
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Professor Johann Borenstein's research on a multi-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) mobile robot with compliant linkage; July 1992 (U-Matic Tape)
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Master tape on Mastodons footprints found in Michigan July 29, 1992 (U-Matic Tape)
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"ABC World News Tonight" segment on TV violence and children includes comments from UM researchers Leon Eron and Rowell Huesmann. Tape also includes an October 6 segment that does not include the UM researchers October 5, 1993
 
"Mad Money," Broadcast from the Michigan League April 25, 2006 (DVCam Tape)