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University of Michigan [series]

The University of Michigan series (57.0 linear feet, 1920s-1970s) comprises the first accession to the collection. It contains clippings and press releases relating tot he university, its faculty, staff, students, and alumni. Both the headings and cross references in the inventory for this series come from the Library file, with Bentley box numbers marked on the list. As maintained by the University of Michigan Library, the file included many series of reports and university publications that were catalogued separately within the Bentley Historical Library. Those publications were removed from this series before the original accession. The extensive cross references help provide an index of sorts to broad campus topics as well as more detailed information on campus visitors, one-time events, and various traditions and rites. The clippings are particularly rich in information on student clubs, organizations, and fraternities and sororities. Clippings on campus buildings, monuments and statuary are present along with material on scientific expeditions, academic departments, international students, and sports.

 
A [subseries]
 
For general data not proper to any one folder see MiU-University Relations Service
 
ADA.

(see: MiU-Political Clubs-Americans for Democratic Action)

 
AID contract program (U.S. Agency for International Development) seer MiU-Engineering, College of, or other dept. involved
 
A.I.M.

(see: MiU-Association for Independent Men MiU-APA. see: MiU-Dramatics-Professional Theater Program)

 
A Hop (Sponsored by Assembly)

(see: MiU-Assembly (From 1948-52 jointly by Assembly and AIM See: MiU-Independents)

 
Abstracts of Hospital Management.

(see: MiU-Bureau of Hospital Administration.)

 
Academic Counselor Service.

(see: MiU-Advisors)

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Academic Freedom

(Academic Freedom Week and other groups sponsored by the Student Government. see also: MiU-Free Speech; MiU-Political Clubs; MiU-Radicals; Academic Freedom (general file))

 
Academic Year Institutes 1858-9 (Sponsored by the Mathematic and other sciences departments. Head-.Dr. Miller, Astronomy)

(see: Science)

 
Accidents

(see: Student Accidents (For others see also Employees; vacuity))

 
Accounting.

(see: Business Administration, School of)

 
Accreditation of Schools.

(see: Bureau of School Services)

 
Acoustics and Seismics Laboratory (until  September 1961 known as Fluid and Solid Mechanics Lab.)

(see: Institute of Science and Technology)

 
Activism.

(Includes Vietnam protest "Teach-in", 1965 and similar protests. ROTC protest. see also: Housing (for rent strikes); Race Problems; ROTC; Cooperative Stores (for bookstore controversy)

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 1965
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 1966-1967
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 1968-1969
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 1969-1970 (2 folders)
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 1971-1973
 
Activities Center.

(see: University Activities Center)

 
Activities Building.

(see: Student Activities Center)

 
Actuarial Science (Insurance).

(see: Mathematics, Dept. of)

 
Adelphi.

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical)

 
Administration--Pamphlets-Clippings

(see also: Faculty-(Name); Student-Faculty-Administration Relations)

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 1922-1932
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 1933-1944
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 1945-1946
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 1947-1950
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1950-
 
Administration Building.

(see: Building Program Admissions. see: Entrance Requirements; Enrollment.)

 
Adult Education, Division of. Wayne State University-University of Michigan (a joint program).

(see: Extension-Adult Education Program)

 
Adult Education Institute.

(see: Extension-Adult Education Program)

 
Advance, see Student Publications-Literary
 
Advance Placement English Conference.

(see: Ann Arbor-Schools (general file))

 
Advertising

(see: Business Administration, School of (also some data in Journalism))

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Advisors (Chiefly for the Lit. School). See also Engineering, College of and other schools) For Freshman orientation

(see: Freshmen; Women's League; Union.)

 
"Aequanimitas" University Medical School Yearbook 1957.

(see: Medical School)

 
Aero Branch of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Merged with Inst. of Aero Sciences; 1936.

(see: Societies-Aero)

 
Aerospace Engineering Dept. of

(see: Engineering, College of-Aeronautical and Astronautical (Name changed to Dept. of Aerospace Engineering, June 18, 1965)

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Affirmative Action Program (2 folders)
 
African Union.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and Near East)

 
Afro-American Studies.

(see: Black Studies; Race Relations; Blacks-Education (general file))

 
Age of Opportunity Conference.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology Division of)

 
Aging.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division, of; Ann Arbor-Old Age (Senior Citizens Guild); Old Age-Michigan)

 
Air Force Association

(see: Veterans-Societies)

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Air Force Reserve Officers Training Corps.

(see: Air Science, Dept. of)

 
Air Science, Dept. of

(see also: ROTC (joint actions); World War II-Army and Naval Educ. prig.; Societies-Aeronautical; Societies-Military; Engineering, College of-Aero (uses these facilities); Naval Science, Dept. of (for naval aviation))

 
Albeneri Trio.

(see: Chamber Music)

 
Aleutians and Alaska Expeditions. Led by Dr. Bank

(see: Expeditions-Pacific,)

 
John Alexander Surgical Society.

(see: Societies-Medical School)

 
Alice's Restaurant.

(see: Dormitories (Gen.) Located in Alice Lloyd Hall, 1968-)

 
All Nations Club. Brief international club sponsored by the International Center. See also Foreign Students-Societies folders for other clubs.

(see: Foreign Students-International Center)

 
Alpha Alpha Gamma

(see: Societies-Architecture and Art)

 
Alpha Chi Sigma (National Prof. Chemical Frat.)

(See: Societies-Chemistry Alpha Delta Chi.; Societies-Architecture and Art)

 
Alpha Epsilon Iota. Women's Medical Sorority.

(see: Societies-Medical School)

 
Alpha Epsilon Mu. National Honorary Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Music)

 
Alpha Gamma Sigma. Campus Campfire Girls Organization.

(see: Societies-Women Alpha Kappa Delta. Sociology Honor Society. see: Sociology, Dept. of)

 
Alpha Kappa Kappa. Medical Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Medical School Alpha Kappa Psi. (Prof. of Bus. Ad. Frat.) see: Societies-Bus. Ad. Alpha Lambda Delta. see: Societies-Alpha Lambda Delta)

 
Alpha Nu.

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical)

 
Alpha Omega Alpha. Medical Honor Society.

(see: Societies-Medical School Alpha Phi Omega. see: Societies-Alpha Phi Omega)

 
Alpha Pi Mu.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
Alpha Rho Chi.

(see: Societies-Architecture and Art)

 
Alpha Tau Sigma (Eng. Journalism Honorary).

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
Alternative Perspectives on Vietnam, Conference on (September 1965).

(see: Activism)

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Alumnae Council

(Projects include: Funds for League Bldg.; C.N. Kellog Professorship; remodeling Henderson House; Alice Crocker Lloyd and Lucy Elliot Fellowships; scholarships; Children's Theater (1948-) see also: League Building; Alumni Association)

 
Alumnae Hall.

(see: Co-operative Rooming and Boarding Projects)

 
Alumni
 
General
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Pamphlets
 
Clippings
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 1921-1932
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 1933-1944
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 1945-
 
Alphabetical
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A
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Ba-Bl
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Bo-By
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Ca-Cl
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Co-Cu
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Da-De
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Di-Dy
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F
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G
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Ha-Hi
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Ho-J
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K
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L
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M-Mn
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Mo-O
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P-Q
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R
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Sa-Sh
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Si-Ste
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Sti-Sz
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T
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U-Wa
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We-Z
 
Alumni.

(See also: Homecoming; Publications; Relations; Reunions; University of Michigan Club (AA); Alumni Asociation-10 Year Program; Finances-Alumni Aid; Alumni Memorial Hall; Alumnae Council, Scholarships)

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Alumni-Astronauts
 
Alumni-(W.W.) Cook.

(see: Law School-W.W. Cook Foundation)

 
Alumni-Astronauts
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Alumni -- Ford, Gerald
 
Alumni-Alumni-Homecoming
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 1930-1947
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 1948-1955
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 1956-
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Alumni-Miller, Arthur.

(see also: Hopwood Awards; Dramatics (Prod. of his plays))

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Alumni-Publications.

(see also: Publications; Michigan Alumnus; Michigan Quarterly Review. (Alumnus))

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Alumni-Relations
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Alumni-Reunions.

(see also: Reunions of various schools and colleges, e.g., Medical, etc.)

 
Alumni-Scholarships.

(see: Alumni (general); Alumnae Council; Scholarships; Fellowships)

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Alumni-University of Michigan Club (AA)
 
Alumni Advisory Council.

(see: Alumni Relations)

 
Alumni Association. see also: Alumni Association-10 Year Program; Alumni University
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 1923-1949
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 1950-
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Alumni Association-10 Year Program
 
Alumni Band.

(see: Bands-Marching Band)

 
Alumni Catalog Office.

(see: Alumni-Relations)

 
Alumni Fund.

(see: Finances-Alumni Aid)

 
Alumni Memorial Hall and Art Collection.

(see: Museum of Art)

 
Alumni Reading Lists.

(see: Library-Extension)

 
Alumni University.-Lectures and Texts
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 1936-1937
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 1938-
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Amateur Art Exhibit.

(see: Graduate School-exhibits)

 
American Association of University Professors.

(see: Societies-Faculty)

 
American Association of University Women. (Represented on campus by the Alumnae Council.)

(see: Alumnae Council)

 
"American Brother" Program. (Part of the Union International Committee. .

(see: Union-Activities)

 
American-Canadian Relations.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (19149-50) American Chemical Society. see: Societies-Chemistry)

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American Culture, Dept. of
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American Culture and Institutions, Graduate Program in (19140)
 
American Foundrymen's Association.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Institute of Architecture.

(see: Societies-Architecture and Art American Institute of Chemical Engineers. see: Societies-Chemistry)

 
American Institute of Architecture

(see: Societies -- Architecture and Art)

 
American Institute of Aeronautics and Engineering

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Institute of Electrical Engineers

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Institute of Mining and Metallurgical Engineers

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Journal of Comparative Law.

(see: Law School-Publications)

 
American Judicature Society. (Independent organization which resided at the Law School until 19514).

(see: Law School)

 
American Legion.

(see: Veterans-Societies)

 
American Medical Association (Student Branch).

(see: Societies-Medical School)

 
American Nuclear Society.

(see: Phoenix Project-Institutes and ...)

 
American Oriental Society.

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

 
American Pharmaceutical Association.

(see: Pharmacy, College of)

 
American Policy in the War Crisis.

(see: Slimmer Session-Campus Events (1940))

 
American Rocket Society.

(see: Societies-Aeronautical)

 
American Society for Public Administration.

(see: Societies-Business Administration)

 
American Society of Civil Engineers.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Society of Engineering Education.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Society of Tool Engineers.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Society of Women Engineers.

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
American Student Union
 
National Organization; for campus club.

(see: Political Clubs-Progressive Club.)

 
 1947

(became Student League for Industrial Democracy; for campus club. see: Political Clubs-Round Table Club,)

 
19486 became Young People's Socialist League
 
 1951 returned to title--Student League for Industrial Democracy.
 
American Youth for Democracy.

(see: Political Clubs-Michigan Youth for Democratic Action)

 
Americans Committed to World Responsibility.

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations)

 
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA).

(see: Political Clubs-Americans for Democratic Action)

 
America's Town Meeting of the Air.

(see: Michigan Forum)

 
Angell, President, James B.
 
Angell Hall. For astronomy observatory.

(see: Observatory)

 
Angell Hall Playhouse.

(see: Radio)

 
Angell (Robert C.) Reports (192/1-29). Reports made to the regents on the cultural life and living conditions of the students at the U. of M.
 
Ann Arbor Independent Women.

(see: Societies-Independents)

 
Ann Arbor Playmakers. Formerly called DoDos.

(see: Dramatics-Faculty and Town Groups)

 
Ann Arbor Swim Club.

(see: Swimming and Aquatic Sports-Women)

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Annuities, etc.

(Includes Annuitants Association. For Blue Cross. see: Hospitalization Plans)

 
Anthropology Club.

(see: Anthropology, Dept. of)

 
Anthropology, Dept. of.

(see also: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology; Museums)

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 1920-1955
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 1956-
 
Antioch of Psidia.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

 
Apostles.

(see: Societies-Faculty)

 
Apothecaries Club.

(see: Pharmacy, College of)

 
Applied Botany Laboratory.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

 
Appointment Bureau.

(see: Bureau of Appointments and Occupation Information Appropriations. see: Finances)

 
Arab Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and Near East)

 
Arab Conference.

(see: Near Eastern Studies, Dept. of)

 
Arboretum.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

 
"Arch" Engineering Newspaper.

(see: Engineering, College of-Technic and Arch)

 
Archaeology.

(see: Anthropology, Dept. of; Kelsey Museum of)

 
Archaeology, Classical.

(see: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

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Archery
 
.Architectural Society.

(see: Societies-Architecture and Art)

 
Architecture and Design, College of (Until 1931-Architectural Dept.)

(see also: Societies-Architecture and Art; Landscape Architecture, Dept. of)

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 1923-1938
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 1929-1932
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 1948-1953
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 1954-1961
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Architecture and Urban Planning, College, 1974-
 
Archives.

(see: History-Michigan Historical Collections)

 
Area Programs.

(see: American Culture, Dept. of; Far Eastern Studies, rept. of; Near Eastern Studies, Dept. of; Slavic Language and Literature, Dept. of (Russian Studies))

 
Argonne Universities Association, Inc. (A.U.A.).

(see: Joint Programs (General) For material on research at Argonne labs., see: research)

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Ark
 
Armed Forces.

(see: Card for Military Affairs, Office of)

 
Armed Forces Day.

(see: Ann Arbor-Defense)

 
Arms Control and Disarmament, Faculty Seminar on.

(see: Center for Research on Conflict Resolution)

 
Arms Control and Peace Research, Institute for.

(see: Peace Movements. Will publish Journal of Arms Control)

 
Arms Control Symposium, International.

(see: Peace Movements)

 
Army Ordnance Association.

(see: Societies-Military)

 
Arnold Air Society.

(see: Societies-Aero)

 
Arson Detection and Investigation Seminars.

(see: Extension-Firemanship Training)

 
Art.

(see: Fine Arts, Dept. of; Architecture and Design, College of; Societies-Architecture and Art; Art, Student; Graduate School, Exhibit in Building; Extension-Audio-Visual Education Center; Art Print Loan Collection; Museum of Art; Ann Arbor-Art)

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Art, School of  1974-
 
Art; Student. Independent work done by students for sale or exhibit (other than in Rackham).

(see also: Graduate School-Exhibits in Building; Fine Arts, Dept. of; Architecture and Design, College of; Societies-Architecture and Art)

 
Art Cinema League.

(see: Moving Pictures-Art Cinema League)

 
Art History Dept.

(see: Fine Arts, Dept. of)

 
Art Masterwork Collection.

(see: Extension-Audio-Visual Center)

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Art Print Loan Collection
 
Art Student Guild.

(see: Art, Student)

 
Arts Chorale. Literary College Glee Club.

(see: Glee Clubs-Extra-Curricular Groups)

 
Asia and Asian Civilization.

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

 
Asian Association.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

 
Asian Cultures and the Modern American. Summer Session Lecture Series, 1957. .see: Summer Session-Campus Events
 
Asian Tour (1958).

(see: Student Government (1957- ))

 
Assembly. Independent Women's Organization.

(In 1966 merged with Inter-House Council to form Inter-House Assembly (i.e., Assembly Association merged)) see also: Independents (for Joint action with men); Societies-Circle)

 
Assessors' Training Institute.

(see: Extension-Institutes Associated Women Students. see: Women's League)

Box   3  
Association for Independent Men (AIM)  1948-1952.

(Organized the Inter-Dorm council. Replaced by Dorms (men)-Inter-House Council.)

 
Association for Social Action (formerly SAIL; .Student's Association for International Living).

(see: Race Problems)

 
Association of Governing Boards and Presidents of the State Universities and Colleges in Mich.

(see: Education-Michigan (general file))

 
Association of Religious Counselors (ARC). Co-ordinates the professional and voluntary religious advisors.

(see: Religious Affairs, Office of)

 
Association of University of Michigan Scientists

(see: Societies-Association of U. of M. Scientists)

 
Astronauts.

(see: Alumni-Astronauts)

 
Astronomy, Dept. of.

(see: Observatory)

 
Athletic Medicine Program.

(see: Medical School)

 
Athletics (list of folders on individual sports)

(For items not listed heresee: Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural-Women. (Unless a separate folder is specified women are included in the folder listed.))

  • Archery
  • Baseball
  • Baseball and Softball-Women
  • Basketball
  • Basketball-Women
  • Dance
  • Fencing
  • Field Hockey
  • Football
  • Football-"All American" teams
  • Football-Tickets
  • Golf
  • Golf-Women
  • Gymnastics
  • Hockey and Skating
  • Societies-Outing
  • Riding
  • Rifle teams
  • Sailing
  • Skiing
  • Swimming and Aquatic Sports
  • Swimming and Aquatic Sports-Women
  • Tennis; Track
  • Wrestling and Boxing

 
Athletics -- Clippings and Pamphlets

(Includes general information on-inter-collegiate awards, records, Michigan Night programs by alumni, housing of visitors, scholarships and student aid for athletics, MSU-MU controversy, scandals and press comments on Mill athletics, etc.)

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 1920-1945
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 1946-
 
Athletics

(see also: Athletics-Administration: Athletics Conferences; Athletics-Ferry Field; Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural-Women; Athletics-"Pep"; Athletics --Stadium; Athletics-Women's; Athletic Association; Physical Education for men; Dept. of Physical Education for women;)

 
Athletics-Administration.

(Includes the Athletic Association; Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics; general data on building program, revenue, coupon books, Eligibility Board, staff, etc. see also: Athletics (clippings) (pamphlets); Physical Ed. for Men, Dept. of (for staff))

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 1920-1935
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19351952
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 1953-
 
Athletics-Building Program.

(see: Athletics-Administration for general data See also: Golf; Athletics-Ferry Field; Athletic-Stadium; Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-WAA)

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Athletics-Conference.

(Includes Western Conference, Big Ten, etc. see also: Athletics; Athletics-Administration for controversies)

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Athletics-Ferry Field.

(see also: Athletics-Intramural)

 
Athletics-Intramural.

(Includes all minor sports groups even if independent clubs. Soccer; Handball; Speedball; Lacrosse; Bowling (see also: Union))

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 1930-July 1932
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 August 1932-
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Athletics-Intramural-Women.

(Includes all minor sports clubs: Bowling; Speedball; Badminton; Lacrosse; Soccer; Official's Club; Camp Counselor's Club)

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Athletics-"Pep"  1938-

(Includes cheering section, cheer leaders, Pep rallies, etc.)

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Athletics-Societies.

(Includes M Club, Wolverine Club, Physical Education Club for Women, Managers Club, Sigma Delta Psi, Phi Epsilon Kappa)

Box   4  
Athletics-Stadium
 
Athletics-Women's Athletic Association 1905-Student organization

(Includes material also on National Fed. of College Women's Organizations. For early days see also Women's League. For individual snorts clubs run by the WAA see list titled: Athletics (list) see also: Athletics (pamphlets); Athletics-Intramural-Women; Physical. Education for Women, Dept. of; Lantern Night; Spring Weekend; Women's League (for Installation night))

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 1930-1930
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 1930-1944
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 1945-1952
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 1953-
 
Athena.

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical)

 
Atlantic Union.

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations)

 
Atom Day.

(see: Phoenix Project)

 
Atomic Research. For research of this nature even if it involves other departments.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research)

 
Atoms for Peace program.

(see: Phoenix Project-Institutes and ...)

 
Attendance. For conference on attendance.

(see: Literary College)

 
Audio-Visual Education Center.

(see: Extension-Audio-Visual Education Center Authors (Students). see: Students, Outstanding-Authors)

 
Automobile ban.

(see: Students, Automobiles)

 
Automotive Laboratory.

(see: Engineering, College of-Marine and Mechanical)

 
Autonomy (Constitutional).

(see: Administration. Includes material on controversial Act 177)

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Aviation.

(Includes Civilian Pilot Training Program (1939-) sponsored by the CAA and the govt., etc. see also: Societies-Aeronautical)

 
Aviation Club.

(see: Societies-Aero.)

 
Avukan, Student Zionist Federation

(see: Societies-Hillel; race problems)

 
Awards.

(see: Prizes and Awards)

 
B [subseries]
 
BAM (Block Action Movement)
 
B Teams

(see: Football)

 
Babbidge Award. Given for outstanding member of the cast of the Junior Girls' Play 1954-.

(See: Junior Girls' Play)

 
Bach Choir.

(see: Glee Clubs-University. Choir)

 
(Werner E.) Bachmann Memorial Lecture.

(see: Chemistry, Dept. of)

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Bacteriology, Dept. of

(Includes Bacteriology Club. Name changed to Dept. of Microbiology January 1963)

 
Badgley (Carl E.) Lectures

(see: Medical Center)

 
Badgley (Carl) Travel Fellowship Award.

(see: Hospitals Badminton, see: Athletics-Intramural-Women)

 
Bail Funds.

(see: Crime)

 
Charles Baird Carillon.

(see: Burton Memorial Tower)

 
Baldwin Lectures.

(see: Religion-Churches-Episcopal)

 
Ballet Club.

(see: Dance)

 
Ballistic Missile Radiation Analysis Center (Infrared Lab.)

(see: Institute of Science and Technology)

 
Band Bounce.

(see: Bands-Varsity Night)

 
Band Conductor's Conference.

(see: Bands-Extension Program)

 
Band Day (High School bands taking part in the football half-time displays)

(see: Bands-Marching Band)

 
Bands

(see also: Bands-Extension Program; Bands-High School Bands Clinic; Bands-Marching Band; Bands-Symphony Band; Music, School of-Extension Program; Societies-Music-Band; Jazz; Bands-, Wolverine and Varsity Bands)

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 1923-1935

(includes all groups)

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 1936-1945
Box   4  
 1945-

(contains only general information, miscellaneous and dance bands not included elsewhere.)

 
Bands-Dance and Misc.

(see: Bands; see also: organizations hiring bands-Union; Jazz; Women's League and groups with their own bands-R.O.T.C; Air Science, Dept.)

Box   4  
Bands-Extension Program.

(Includes National Drum major Contest; National Band Conductor's Conference; Michigan School Rand and Orchestra Festival see also: Bands-High School Band Clinic; Music, School of-Extension Program; Music, school of-Midwestern Conference)

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Bands-High School Band Clinic
 
Bands-Marching Band. Before 19146

(see: Bands (Contains Alumni Band 1950-see also: Bands-19145-)

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 1946-October 1950
Box   4  
 November 1955
Box   4  
 1955-
Box   4  
Bands-Summer Session Band, 1937-

(Before this see Bands)

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Bands-Symphony Band,  1945-1954.

(Earlier called University Concert Band. Before 19146 see: Bands. Includes Commencement Band. see also: Bands (1915-))

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Bands-Varsity Night.

(Earlier called Band Bounce. Raises money for trips of the Marching Band.)

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Bands-Wolverine and Varsity Bands

((Varsity Band-to augment the concert band"-19145-) (Wolverine Band-"Pep Band" to play at basketball games" 1953-) Includes Wolverine Band, 1966-for non-Music majors.)

 
Banking, programs in and Bankers Association Conferences.

(see: Business Administration School of)

 
Barbour Fellowships-Oriental-U.S.

(see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange)

 
Baroque Trio

(see: Chamber Music)

 
Barristers.

(see: Societies-Barristers)

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Baseball
Box   4  
Baseball and Softball-Women
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Basketball
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Basketball-Women
 
Beaux arts ball.

(see: Architecture)

 
Behavior Analysis Laboratory.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of. In 1965 this Lab. was absorbed by the Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior.)

 
Behavioral Sciences, Survey of.

(see: Sociology, Dept. of)

 
Behistun Expedition.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

 
Bendix Aviation Corp. (Systems division).

(see: North Campus-Research by non-university firms)

 
Bureau Society.

(See: Religion-Churches-Christian Reformed)

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Benjamin H. Berentson Memorial Lecture.
 
Berkley school experiment.

(see: Education, School of)

 
Beta Alpha Psi (National Accounting Honorary).

(see: Societies-Bus. Ad.)

 
Beta Gamma Sigma (National Honorary Business Frat.).

(see: Societies-Bus. Ad.)

 
Better Business Bureau

(see: Student Government (1953-)

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Bicycles, Motorcycles (Include any material on Scooters)
 
"Big Sister" program.

(see: Assembly)

 
Bindery.

(see: Service Enterprises; North Campus (for building))

 
Biochemistry.

(see: Zoology, Dept.)

 
Bioengineering Program.

(see: Engineering, College of)

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Biological Sciences, Division of.

(See also: the following Which the division includes: Biological Station; Botanical Gardens; Anatomy Dept.; Anthropology Dept.; Bacteriology Dept.; Biological Chemistry (see Zoology); Botany; Pharmacology (see Medical School); Physics; Psychology; Physiology; Zoology, Dept. of; Inst. of Human Biology; Mus. of Anthropology; Mts. of Paleontology; Mus. of Zoology; Natural Resources, School; Public Health, School; Herbarium)

 
Biological Station (Douglas Lake)
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 1909-1936
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 1937-
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Biological Symposiums (summer session).

(see: Biological Sciences, Division of. Symposium topics included: 1) The Physiology and Chemistry of the Cell; 2) Growth and Differentiation (1951); 3) Biological Regulation (1952); 4) Radiation Biology (1953); 5) Biological Adaptation: Adaptation in Microorganisms (19514); 6) Human Biology: Integrating Mechanisms in Man (1955); 7) Modern Approaches to Systematic Biology; 8) Hormones and Growth (1957); Rhythmic and Synchronous Phenomena in Living Systems (1961); Cellular & subcellular replication (1962)

 
University. Biology Department.

(See: Zoology Department)

 
Biophysical Research Center.

(see: Institute of Science and Technology. On July 1, 1960 Biophysics Research Center became a division of the Institute of Science and Technology. For earlier material, see Physics, Dept. of)

 
Birth Defects Clinical Study Center .

(see: Medical Center)

 
Birthday celebrations.

(see: Alumni-University of Michigan Club (AA))

 
Black Action Movement (BAN).

(see: BAM (Black Action Movement)

 
Black-Caucasian Club (Negro-Caucasian Club).

(see: Race Relations Black Journal. see: Race Relations)

 
Black Quill. Women's literary society. Became Chi Delta Phi, renamed Black Quill, later became Iota Chi.

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Black Students Union.

(See: Black Studies)

 
Black Studies.

(see also: Race Relations; Blacks-Education (general file))

 
Blacks.

(see: Race Relations; Summer Session. Campus Events (1956); Black Studies; BAN: (Black Action Movement))

 
Blagdon (Charlotte) Loan Fund.

(see: Loan Funds)

 
Blind.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services; Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic)

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Blood Bank Association
 
Blood donations.

(see: Civilian defense; Blood Bank Association)

 
Blue Cross-Blue Shield.

(see: Hospitalization Plans. For training of staff members see also: Business Administration, School (1952))

 
Blue Key Awards.

(see: Union)

 
Blues Festival.

(see: University Activities Center, 1965-)

 
Bnai B'rith Hillel Foundation.

(see: Societies-Hillel)

 
Board in Control of Intercollegiate Athletics.

(see: Athletics-Administration)

 
Board of Review.

(see: Student Government (Board of Review) 1955-)

 
Bookstores.

(see: Cooperative Stores)

 
Boots and Spurs. Men's riding club.

(see: Riding)

 
Botanical Gardens.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

 
Botanical Journal Club.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

 
Botany, Dept. of (For Herbarium

(see: Museums)

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 1920-1949
Box   5  
1950-
 
Bowling.

(see: Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural-Women; Union)

 
Boxing.

(see: Wrestling and Boxing)

 
Boy Scouts.

(see: Societies-Alpha Phi Omega; Extension-Institutes)

 
Boys Guidance Project.

(see: Fresh Air Camp)

 
Branches.

(see: Expansion; Flint Branch; Dearborn Campus)

 
Brazilian Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-South America and the Philippines)

 
Brieske Report on Discrimination in U-M Athletics.

(see: Race Relations)

 
Broadcasting.

(see: Radio; Radio-NUOM (Some programs). (Vars. Called Bureau of Broadcasting, University Broadcasting Service))

 
Broomfield Essay Competition.

(see: Prizes and Awards)

 
Brotherhood Week.

(see: Student Religious Organization (1957-)

 
Bruce (James D.) Adult Education Fund.

(See: Extension-Adult Education program Buhl (Lawrence D.) Center for Genetic Research. see: Medical School)

 
Building Program 1920-.

(see also: special divisions such as Housing; Hospitals, etc.)

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 1920-1923
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 1923-1937
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 1938-1945
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 1946-1947
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 1948-1950
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 1951-1952
Box   5  
 1953-1954
Box   5  
 1955-1956
 
Buildings and Grounds

(Includes general data and pictures of the campus, buildings, grounds, and all of the work of the Plant Dept. The Plant Dept. is responsible for water, heat, light, telephone, janitorial services, transportation, building repairs, grounds, and planning. for future construction. see also: Campus-Maps; Building Program; Employees)

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 1921-1929
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 1930-1949
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 1950-1956
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 1957-1963
Box   5  
1964- 1970
Box   5  
1971-
 
Bull Ring Club.

(see: Societies-Faculty)

 
Russell W. Bunting Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of .-)

 
Bureau of Alumni Relations.

(see: Alumni relations)

 
Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Information.

(Began as a teacher placement service and included Teachers Bureau. Name changed September 1968 to Placement Services.)

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 1927-1945
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 1946-1964
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Bureau of Business Research.

(see also: Business Administration, School of)

 
Bureau of Cooperation with Educational Institutions. Became Bureau of School Services in 1948.

(See: Bureau of School Services)

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Bureau of Government.-

(see also: 1914-34 Political Science, Dept. of; 1945-Institute of Public Admin.)

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Bureau of Hospital Administration
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,Bureau of Industrial Relations (Part of the School of Business Ad.)
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Bureau of Psychological Services.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services)

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Bureau of Public Health Economics
 
Bureau of School Services.

(Includes earlier Bureau of Cooperation with Educational Institutions. see also: High Schools, Accredited; Presidents Report 1926/27 p. 277; Extension-Parent-Teacher Program)

 
Bureau of Visual Education.

(see: Extension-Audio-Visual Education Center)

 
Buro-Cats. Secretariat of Women's League

(see: Women's League)

 
Burton, (President) Marion Leroy
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 1919-1925 (2 folders)
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Inauguration Conference.

(see also: Presidents)

 
Burton Memorial Tower.

(For earlier bellssee: Chimes)

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 1920-1936
Box   6  
 1937-1954
 
Bus Schedule.

(see: North Campus (North Campus schedule))

 
Business Administration, School of.

(Includes Institutes and Extension work, Library, Students organizations, etc. see also: Bureau of Industrial Relations; Societies-Business Administration)

 
Business Ad. Club.

(see: Societies-BA)

 
Business Education.

(For the following programs offered by the School of Education see Education, School of-Workshops: Graduate and Undergraduate programs; Cooperative Field Experience (Detroit); Summer Business Education Conference; Education Week; Workshop in Co-operative Education)

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 1923-1932
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 1933-1941
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 1942-1946
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1952
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 1953-1954
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 1955-1964
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 1965-1970
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 1971-1973
Box   6  
 1973-
 
Business Leadership Award.

(See: Prize and Awards)

 
Business Review.

(see: Business Administration, School of)

 
C [subseries]
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CC FA/UAW Concerned Clericals for Action
 
CIC (Committee on Institutional Cooperation).

(see: Joint Programs (General))

 
CRUSK (i.e. Center for Research on Utilization of Scientific Knowledge).

(see: Institute for Social Research)

 
Caduceus Ball.

(see: Societies-Galens)

 
Calendar.

(see also: Literary College (for conferences on the calendar); Student Legislature, 1954)

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 1945-1962
Box   6  
 1963-
 
Camp Counselors Club.

(see: Athletics-Intramural-Women)

 
Camp Cusino. Geography Field Camp in Upper Penn. at Shingleton, Mich.

(see: Geography, Dept. of)

 
Camp Davis.

(see: Engineering College-Camp Davis; Geology Dept.)

 
Camp Filibert Roth.

(see: Forestry; Natural Resources, School of (1950-)

 
Henry M. Campbell Competitions. Finals in the tests held by the Case
 
Clubs. Often held at the Law School-Lawyers Club-Founder's Day banquet

(see: Law School-Case Clubs)

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Camps

(Cusino (Geography camps) (see: Geography, Dept. of Biological Station (Douglas Lake); Biological Station; Davis (Geology, Surveying) see: Engineering, College of-Camp Davis Fresh Air. see: Fresh Air Camp Geology Field Station (Colorado) see: Geology, Dept. of; Interlochen (National Music Camp) see: Interlochen Music Camp (general file) Shady Trails (Speech Improvement Camp) see: Institute of Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic)

 
Campus.

((Confined to pamphlets showing scenes of the campus.) see also: Campus Maps; Building Program; Buildings and Grounds (all general clippings on the camp-us): University Relations Service (for publicity releases on the University as a whole); Student Life)

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Pamphlets
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Maps
 
Campus Casbah.

(see: League Building-Social Activities Campus)

 
Campus

(see: Religion-Churches-Christian Reformed)

 
Campus Chest.

(see: Charities)

 
Campus Events.

(see also: Summer Session-Campus Events; Foreign Visitors; Oratorical Series-also departments and groups sponsoring.)

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 1920-November 1926
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 December 1926-1929
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 1930-1932
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 1933-September 1936
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 1936-1938
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 1938
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 1940-1943
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 1944-1946
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1953
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 1954-
 
Campus Opinion, 1945-

(Includes student opinion and polls except on elections. see also: Faculty; Elections; Activism; Student, Faculty, Admin. Relations)

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 1930-1944
Box   7  
 1945-
 
Campus Workshop on Religion, 195b.

(see: Religious Affairs, Office of)

 
Canada.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1949-) for American-Canadian Relations)

 
Canada House.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies)

 
Cancer Research Institute.

(see: Medical School-Research)

 
Candidate in Philosophy Certificate.

(see: Graduate School Canes and Cane Day. see: Seniors-Traditions)

 
Canterbury House.

(see: Religion-Churches-Episcopal)

 
Capitalist Ball.

(see: Business Administration, School of)

 
Caps, Cap Night, etc.

(see: Freshmen-Caps)

 
Career Conference for Women. Held by Scroll, Mortarboard, and Senior Society, 1956.

(see: Societies-Senior Society)

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Career Planning and Counseling
 
Carillon. see. Burton Memorial Tower
 
Carnegie Center for the Study of Higher Education.

(see: Education, School of-Higher Education)

 
Casbah.

(see: Women's League-Activities)

 
(Ermine Cowles) Case Memorial Lecture. This and the Case Student Award deal with research in the "earth sciences."

(see: Societies-Sigma Xi)

 
Castalian. Early yearbook of the Independents.

(see: Michiganensian)

 
Cenotaph.

(see: Memorials)

 
Centennial (1937).

(see: History-Centennial (1937))

 
Censorship.

(Includes censorship of movies, drama such as Flaming Creatures case, Dionysus in '69 case. see also: Free Speech)

 
Centennial (College of Literature, Science and Arts, 19141)

(see: History-Centennial (College of Literature, Science and Arts, 1941))

 
Centennial of the Admission of Women to the University

(see: Center for Continuing Education of Women)

 
Center for Chinese Studies.

(see: Par Eastern Studies)

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Center for Continuing Education of Women
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Center for Coordination of Ancient and Modern Studies (1969-)
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Center for Early Child Development and Education
 
Center for Environmental Quality .

(see: Natural Resources, School of)

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Center for Human Growth and Development (Authorized by Regents November 1964)
 
Center for Japanese Studies.

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

 
Center for Political Studies.

(see: Institute for Social Research.)

 
Center for Population Planning.

(see: Population Studies)

 
Center for Programmed Learning for Business.

(see: Bureau of Industrial Relations)

 
Center for Research and Training in Reproductive Biology.

(see: Population Studies)

 
Center for Research in Diseases of the Heart and' Circulation.

(see: Public Health, School of (A joint project of School of Public Health and Medical School, 1961-))

 
Center for Research in Social Organization.

(see: Sociology, Dept. of)

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Center for Research on Conflict Resolution.

(see also: Peace movements)

 
Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior (1965-)
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Center for Research on Learning and Teaching
 
Center for Research on Social Organization.

(see: Sociology, Dept. of)

 
Center for Research on Utilization of Scientific Knowledge.

(see: Institute for Social Research)

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Center for Russian and East European Studies
 
Center for Southern Asian Studies.

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

 
Center for the Study of Higher Education, 1957-

(see: Education, School of-Higher Education)

 
Center for Tropical Studies (a cooperative program in San Juan, Costa Rica)

(see: Biological Sciences, Division of)

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Center for Western European Studies.
 
Central American Expeditions.

(see: Expeditions-South and Central America)

 
Central Student Judiciary.

(see: Joint Judiciary Council)

 
Cercle Francais.

(see: Societies-Le Cercle Francais)

 
Ceylon Society.

(See: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

 
Challenge.

(see: Political Clubs-Challenge)

 
Chamber Arts Series.

(see: Music Series)

 
Chamber Choir.

(see: Glee Clubs-University Choir)

 
Chamber Dance Festival.

(see: Music Series.)

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Chamber Music.

(includes: Baroque Trio; Woodwind Quintet' Dou Concertante; and other chamber groups in or sponsored by the School of Music except the Stanley Quartet-see also: Stanley Quartet; Music Series (for Chamber Arts Series; Music Series-Chamber Music Festival.)

 
Chamber Music, Ensemble.

(see: Chamber Music)

 
Chancellor's Court Dance (Ball).

(see: Law School-Dances)

 
Chaplains.

(see: Hospitals)

 
Character and Religious Education Institutes.

(see: Extension-Pastors' Conference)

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Charities.

(includes Campus Chest; United Fund Drive-Campus Division) see also: Societies-Galens; Sororities and fraternities-Charities; Michigan Daily (Goodfellows Fund); Fresh Air Camp; Civilian Defense (blood donations))

 
Charivaria (Literary criticism society).

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Cheering Section, Cheerleaders, etc.

(see: Athletics-"Pep")

 
Cheever House.

(see: Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects)

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Chemistry Dept.

(see also: Societies-Chemistry)

 
Chess Club.

(see: Societies-A-F (Contests also held at the Union))

 
Chi Delta Phi (formerly Black Quill).

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Chi Epsilon (Civil Engineering) 1922-.)

(see: Societies-Engineering)

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Chicanos
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Child Guidance Institute. (1938-43)
 
Children's Book Fair.

(see: Library Science, Dept. of)

 
Children's Hospitals.

(see: Pediatrics and Communicable Disease, Dept. of; Hospitals; Psychiatric Unit see Psychiatry; Research. see Medical School-Research.)

 
Children's Institute.

(see: Hospitals)

 
Children's Psychiatric Unit-a branch of Children's Hospital, Medical Center.

(see: Psychiatry)

 
Children's Service-a branch of the Neuropsychiatric Institute.

(see: Psychiatry)

 
Children's Theater.

(see: Dramatics-Children's Theater)

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Chimes (bells).

(For later bells and carillon see: Burton Memorial Tower)

Box   7  
Chimes (publication)
 
China Conference.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (191114))

 
Chinese Language.

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

 
Chinese Students Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

 
Choirs
 
University Choir.

(see: Glee Clubs-Univ. Choir)

 
Bach Choir.

(see: Glee Clubs-Univ. Choir)

 
Michigan Singers.

(see: Glee Clubs-Extra-curricular groups)

 
Arts Chorale.

(see: Glee Clubs-Extra-curricular groups)

 
Tudor Singers.

(see: Collegium Musicum)

 
Choral Union. Chorus takes part in the May Festival and presents the Christmas program ("Messiah").

(see: Music Series)

 
Christian. Science Organization.

(see: Religion-Churches)

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Christmas Events.

(Includes Ann Arbor Community Sing, 1922-; All-campus Christmas party (Revues) sponsored by the Women's League and Union; Misc. caroling and parties. bee also: Glee Clubs-Extracurricular (Arts Chorale Christmas program); Glee Clubs-University Choir (Christmas program); Music Series (Messiah performances); Societies-Galens (hospital party); Fraternities-IFC (Christmas party))

 
Chronicle.

(see: Michigan Daily; Student Publications.)

 
Chrysler Center for Continuing Engineering Education.

(see: Engineering, College of-North Campus)

 
Churches.

(see: Religion-Churches (and cards following))

 
Cicolo Italiano.

(see: Societies-Cicolo Italian)

 
Cinema Guild.

(see: Moving Pictures-Cinema Guild)

 
Circle.

(see: Societies-circle)

 
Citation of Honor.

(see: Regents)

 
Citizens for Eisenhower.

(see: Political Clubs-Republicans City Planning. see: Urban Studies)

 
Civil Liberties Board.

(see: Senate (Facility))

 
Civil Liberties Committee.

(see: Political Clubs-Civil Liberties Comm.)

 
Civil War.

(see: History--Pamphlets I (1817-1900), Clippings I (1817-1900))

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Civilian Defense.

(see also: Hospitals (for disaster program); Ann Arbor-Defense (general file); various RTC, NROTC, etc. folders)

 
Civilian Pilot Training Program.

(see: Aviation)

 
Class Ranking (of male students for draft board reports, 1966-see: Student Records
 
Classical Courier. Dept newspaper.

(see: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

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Classical Studies, Dept. of 1946-

(Includes Classical Archaeology, Classical Linguistics, Greek Lang. and Literature, Latin Lang. and Lit.)

 
Classification.

(see: Registration and Classification)

 
Classroom Scheduling Service.

(see: University Relations Service)

 
Claude Commission Report on Students' Role.

(see: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations)

 
Clements (William Lawrence) Library

(see also: Faculty-Adams, Randolph; Faculty-Peckham, Howard)

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 1926-1933
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 1934-1937
Box   7  
 1938-1945
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 1945-1951
 
"Clippy's Stadium".

(see: Memorials)

 
Clocks.

(see: Buildings and Grounds; Burton Tower)

 
(Charles)Coffin Fellowships.

(see: Fellowships)

 
Coif, Order of.

(see: Societies-Coif, Order of)

 
Coins.

(see: Museums (in Museum of Anthropology))

 
College Administration, Conferences (Institutes) on

(see: Summer Session-Institutes)

 
College and University Teaching.

(see: Education, School of-Higher education)

 
Colleges, Residential.

(see: Literary College-Residential College; Education, School of (for Education Residential Program))

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Collegium Musicum.

(Includes other ensembles devoted to Ren., Med., and baroque music. Sponsors the Tudor Singers (vocal group). see also: Chamber Music)

 
Comedy Club.

(see: Dramatics-Comedy Club)

 
Commencement.

(see also: Seniors)

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 1920-1924
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 1925-1929
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 1930-1934
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 1935-1945
Box   8  
 1946-1950
Box   8  
 1951-1960
Box   8  
 1961-1976
 
Commencement Band.

(see: Bands-Symphony Band)

 
Commission on Human Resources and Advanced Training-a senior vocational survey, 1953.

(see: Seniors)

 
Commission on the Role of Students in Decision-Making.

(see: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations)

 
Committee for displaced students.

(see: Foreign Students-Displaced persons)

 
Committee for Liberal Action.

(see: Political Clubs-Committee for Liberal Action)

 
Committee on Classified Research.

(see: Research.)

 
Committee on College Relations

(see: Education, School of-Higher Education Committee on Discrimination in Off-Campus Housing, see: Race Relations Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC). see: Joint Programs (General))

 
(University) Committee on Studies in Religion. Sponsors lectures on religious topics.

(see: Religious Affairs, Office of)

 
Committee to End Discrimination

(see: Race Relations)

 
Common Sense Party.

(see: Student Government (19514-5))

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Communication Sciences
 
Communications Media, Committee on.

(see: Publications)

 
Communism.

(see: Political Clubs-Communist; Radicals; Free Speech)

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Community Relations.

(Includes material on "fair share" of costs of city services, city fire and police protection, "town and gown" problems that do not fit under more specific subjects. see also: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations; Housing)

 
Community Service Committee.

(see: Women's League-Activities Community Sings. see: Glee Clubs-Misc.)

 
Comparative Education, Program in.

(see: Education, School of-Workshops)

 
Composer's Forums.

(see: Music, School of)

 
Comprehensive Examinations

(see: Literary College Computers)

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Computers
 
Concentration Advisors

(see: Advisors)

 
Concerned Clerics for Action. See CCA/UAW
 
Conference on Aging.

(see: Institute for Hunan Adjustment-Gerontology, Div. of)

 
Conference on Environmental Mercury Contamination. See Institute of Industrial Health
 
Conference on Higher Education.

(see: Universities and Colleges-Michigan; Education, School of-; Higher Education)

 
Conference on Hospital Management.

(see: Hospitals)

 
Conference on Organ Music. See Organ
 
Conference on Student Exchanges, 19118.

(see: Foreign Students)

 
Conference on the Economic Outlook.

(see: Economics, Dept. of-Conference on the Economic Outlook)

 
Conference on the University (May 1962-)

(see: Administration)

 
Conference on World Understanding, 1947.

(see: Extension-Institutes)

 
Conference Research. Sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and carried on by the Psychology Dept., U of N.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
Conferences.

(see: Campus Events; Summer Session-Institutes; Summer Session-Campus-Events; Extension-Press Releases (filed by date held); various groups holding the conference)

 
Conflict Resolution.

(see: Center for Research on Conflict Resolution)

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Congress.

(Official title of the,Independent Men's Association. 1937-44. Superseded by Association for Independent Men.)

 
Conscientious Objectors.

(see: Religion (for students); Faculty-Morgan; Conscientious Objectors (general file); Military Affairs, Office of)

 
Conscription see: Military Affairs, Office of Conservation, Dept. of. 2.22: Natural Resources, School of
 
Consortium for Political Research (Inter-University).

(see: Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center)

 
Consumer Finance Surveys.

(see: Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center)

 
Consumer's Union.

(see: Expenses, Student)

 
Contemporary.

(see: Student Publications-Literary)

 
Contemporary Directions.

(see: Chamber Music)

 
Contemporary Literature Club.

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Contemporary Music Festival.

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program)

 
Continuing Education of Women, Center for.

(see: Center for continuing Education of Women)

 
Continuing Engineering Education, Chrysler Center for.

(see: Engineering, College of-North Campus)

 
Contributions of the Negro (Patterns of American Culture I)

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1956))

 
"Controversy "68" Programs.

(see: University Activities Center)

 
Convocations.

(see also: Honors Convocations; Student Christian Association (for non-university sponsored programs))

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 1920-September 1929
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 October 1929
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 1964
 
John P. Cook Dormitory.

(see: Law School-Law Quadrangle)

 
W. W. Cook Endowment for Legal Research.

(see: Law School-W.W. Cook Foundation; Law School-Legal Research)

 
Cooley Memorial Lab.

(For building see: North Campus research; see North Campus-Research by Non-University Firms.; Engineering, College of---North Campus-and departments doing research.)

 
Cooperative Council.

(see: Assembly)

 
Co-op Houses.

(see: Cooperative rooming and boarding projects)

 
Cooperative Information Center on Hospital Management Studies.

(see: Bureau of Hospital Administration)

 
Cooperative Movement.

(see: Extension-Southeastern Area (courses offered in))

 
Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects.

(Includes those of the Inter-cooperative Council (see that card for list) and the following-Alumnae Council operates (operated); Alumnae Hall, 1917-became (Mary) Markley House (women)-closed 1950. (Mary Barton) Henderson House (women); Comm. for International Living operates (ed) (J. Raleigh) Nelson international House 1950-(men) (Adelia) Cheever House; Wolverine Cooperative Exchange (student coop eating club) 1930-became the Michigan Wolverine Restaurant.)

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 1932-1938
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 1939-1945
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 1946-1952
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 1953
 
Cooperative Stores.

(Includes textbook exchanges.)

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 1920-1945
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1946-
 
Core Library.

(see: Geology, Dept. of)

 
Correspondence Courses.

(see: Extension-Correspondence Study Courses. Bulletins in North Campus and U of M Collection.)

 
Cosmopolitan Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Cosmopolitan Club)

 
Council. Created as a smaller governing unit of the Faculty Senate, 1931-

(see: Senate (Faculty))

 
Council for International Living

(Sponsors international houses for the foreign students. see Foreign Students-Housing)

 
(National) Council of Arts, Sciences and Professions (Michigan Chapter).

(see: Societies-Faculty)

 
Council on International Student Exchange (faculty group) 'see: Foreign Students
 
Counseling System.

(see: Advisors, Freshmen; Student Affairs, Office of; Health Service (for Mental Health Clinic))

 
Course Critique program.

(see: Advisors Course evaluations. see: Faculty Evaluations Cowie Lectures. see: Medical School)

 
Crease Ball.

(see: Law School-Dances)

 
Creative Arts Festival.

(see: Union-Activities (Through 1964); University Activities Center (1965-))

 
Credit Unions.

(see: Employees (Michigan Employee Credit Union); Hospitals (Hospital Credit Union))

 
Crest Club.

(see: Employees)

 
Crime.

(see also: Public Health, School of; Student Govt. (Joint Judiciary Council); Marking System (for exam thefts))

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 1925-1954
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1955-12964
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 1965-1968
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 1968-1972
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1972-
 
Crop and Saddle (Women's riding club).

(see: Riding)

 
Cube, Kinetic, on Jefferson Plaza.

(see: Memorials (This is not a memorial, however))

 
Cudlip (Robert S.) Fellowship.

(see: Medical School-Research)

 
Culture Club.

(see: Societies-Culture Club)

 
Arthur G. Cummer Firearms Collection.

(see: Kelsey Museum of)

 
Archaeology
 
Curriculum.

(Includes language requirements. For requirements of a particular dept., see that dept. see also: Honors Program)

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 1925-1939
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 1940-1953
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 1954-
 
Cyclotron.

(see: Physics, Dept. of)

 
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 1958
 
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.)

 
E [subseries]
 
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)

 
F [subseries]
 
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 (1928-301s 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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 1952-1953
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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
Box   25  
 1943-1953
Box   25  
 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
Box   25  
 1942-1955
Box   25  
 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 Archaeology)

 
"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
Box   27  
 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
Box   27  
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
Box   28  
 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
Box   29  
 1946-1952
Box   29  
 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)

 
G [subseries]
 
Galens.

(see: Societies-Galens)

 
Games. Freshmen-Sophomore
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 1920-1931
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 1932-1945
 
Gamma Alpha.

(see: Societies-Science)

 
Gamma Delta.

(see: Religion-Churches-Lutheran)

 
"Gamson Pledge" (1966-).

(see: Student Records. "Concerning formal letter grades for male undergraduates subject to the draft.")

 
Gargoyle.

(Includes also Mongrel, Wrinkle. See also: Student Publications (for general info))

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 1920-1952
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1953-
 
Gay Liberation Front.

(see: Homosexuality (general file))

 
Gems.

(see: Mineralogy, Dept. of)

 
Generation.

(see: Student Publications-Literary)

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Geography, Dept. of.

(Includes Geography Camps at Seney and Shingleton, Mich. (U.P.)-Camp Cusino.)

 
Geology, Dept. of.

(see also: Mineralogy, Dept. of; Engineering, College of -- Camp Davis; Societies-Science (for Geology-Mineralogy Journal Club); Camp Davis, Wyoming is used for surveying field work. Geology Field Station at State Bridge, Colorado is used for geology field work.)

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 1921-1952
Box   29  
 1953-
 
Geology Field Station (State Bridge, Colorado).

(see: Geology, Dept. of)

 
Geology-Mineralogy Journal Club.

(see: Societies-Science)

 
George (Edwin S.) Reserve.

(see: Museums (Is under the Museum of Zoology))

 
German Club (a radio broadcast).

(see: Radio-WUOM)

 
German Research Club.

(see: Societies-Faculty)

 
German Table. Faculty group.

(see: Germanic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of)

 
Germanic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of
 
Gerontology, Division. of.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of)

 
Gifts.

(see also: names of individuals (e.g. Cook, W.W.) and recipients (e.g. Burton Tower; Graduate School; Library-Gifts) Finances-Alumni Aid; Finances-$55 Million Program)

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 1922-1928
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 1928-1937
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 1938-1948
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 1948-1953
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 1954-
 
Gilbert and Sullivan Society
 
Girl's Glee Club

(Former title of the Women's Glee Club)

 
Glacial Geology and Polar Research Laboratory (Estab. 1961)

(see: Institute of Science and Technology)

 
Glee Clubs.

(Includes Men's Glee Club, Women's Glee Club, Extension Choir, Novelaires, etc. Also joint concerts with other university glee clubs. Includes former groups-Varsity Men's Glee Club, Girl's Glee Club, Stanley Chorus, Soldier Choir. see also: Glee Clubs-University Choir; Glee Clubs-Extra .cu curricular; Glee Clubs-Misc.; Glee Clubs-Gulantics; Music Series)

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Glee Clubs-Extra Curricular Groups.

(Includes the Arts Chorale (Literary College group), Michigan Singers (small group of advanced singers))

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Glee Clubs-Gulantics Disc.  1957
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Glee Clubs-Misc.

(Includes campus vocal groups not sponsored by the School of Music, Ann Arbor Community Sing, Bach concerts by high school students under the School of Music, and other misc. groups. see also: Fraternities-IFC (for IFC Sing))

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Glee Clubs-University Choir.

(Contains three sections: Women's Choir, Men's Choir, and a mixed training choir. Includes Bach Choir and adds other groups under its title for Christmas concerts.)

 
Glider Club.

(see: Societies-Aero.)

 
Golden Rule Ball.

(see: Football)

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Golf.

(Includes golf field and club house)

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Golf-Women
 
(Moses and Sophia) Gomberg Chemistry Awards.

(see: Fellowships; Scholarships; Prizes)

 
Gothic Film. Society.

(see: Moving Pictures-Gothic Film Society)

 
Grace Bible Church Student Guild.

(see: Religion-Churches)

 
Grades.

(see: Marking System)

 
Graduate Education Club.

(see: Societies -- Education)

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Graduate Employee Organization.
 
Graduate Outing Club.

(see:,Societies-Outing)

 
Graduate School (Horace Rackham).

(Includes Graduate School Council. For various graduate clubs, see the dept. concerned or Societies. see also: Graduate School-Exhibits in Bldg.; Graduate School-State Teachers: Colleges)

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 1923-1937
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 1938-1940
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 1940-1953
 
Graduate Round Table.

(A series sponsored by the Political Science Dept. see: Political Science, Dept. of)

 
Graduate School-Exhibits in Building.

(Includes (Mich.) Amateur Art Exhibit. Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters Exhibits)

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 1939-1952
Box   30  
 1953-
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Graduate School (Horace H. Rackham)-State Teachers Colleges Graduate Women's Club.

(see: Societies-Women)

 
Great Books Courses.

(see: Curriculum)

 
Great Lakes Research.

(Includes Great Lakes Research Institute; Great Lakes Commission; (International) Great Lakes Fishery Commission; Fisheries Investigation and Fisheries 4ureau of the U.S. Fish and Wild 'Life Service. In 196G Great Lakes Research became a division of the Institute of Science and Technology. See also: Engineering, College of-Marine and Mechanical (for Lake Hydraulic Lab., Naval Engineering, etc.); Museums; Water Pollution Research)

 
Greek Language and Literature.

(see: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

 
Greek Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Student Society)

(see: Religion-Churches)

 
"Greek Week".

(see: Fraternities-Greek Week)

 
Green Feather Campaign (McCarthy).

(see: Political Clubs-Democrats)

 
Greenland Expedition.

(see: Expeditions-Greenland)

 
Gridgraph.

(see: Football-Gridgraph)

 
Gridiron Knights Banquet.

(see: Sigma Delta Chi)

 
GROUP (Government Revision of University Policy. 1965-)

(see: Political Clubs; Elections)

 
Group Dynamics.

(see: institute for Social Research-Research Center for Group Dynamics)

 
Guide Services and Tours.

(see: University Relations Service)

 
Guild House (Ecumenical).

(see: Religion-Churches-Congregational)

 
Gulantics.

(All-campus talent show sponsored by the Glee Clubs, Union, and League. Disc. 1957. see Glee Clubs-Gulantics)

 
Gym-Jam.

(see: Athletics -- WAA)

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Gymnastics
 
H [subseries]
 
Hall of Biological Principles.

(see: Museums)

 
Hall of Evolution.

(see: Museums)

 
Hampstead Community Players. Faculty, students, and townspeople group to produce medieval and Shakespearean amateur plays.

(see: Dramatics-Faculty and town groups)

 
Handball.

(see: Athletics-Intramural)

 
Agatha Harrison International House (women).

(see: Foreign Students-Housing)

 
Harvard Club.

(see: Societies-G-P)

 
Hatcher, Harlan H.
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 1951
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 1952
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 1954-1954
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 1955-1959
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 1960-
 
Hatcher Commission Report on Student Decision Making.

(see: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations)

 
Haven, Erastus (Pres.)
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Haven Hall.

(see also: Angell Hall; Building Program)

 
Hawaii Club.

(see: Societies-G-P)

 
Hayden Memorial Library.

(see: Faculty-Hayden, J.R.-Hayden Memorial)

 
Hazing.

(see: Fraternities-Rushing; Sororities-Rushing; Societies-Honor; Freshman; Traditions;)

 
Health Service.

(see also; Hospitalization Plans; Student Accidents Hearing Center. see: Medical School-Research)

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 1920-1933
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 1934-1936
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 1937-1939
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 1940-1946
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 1947-1953
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 1954-
 
Heating and Power Plant.

(see: Buildings and Grounds)

 
Hectorians.

(see: Fraternities-Hectorians)

 
Hell Week.

(see: Fraternities-Rushing)

 
Hellenic Association.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe Help Week. see: Fraternities-Rushing)

 
Henderson House.

(see: Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects)

 
Herbarium and Krieger Mycological Library.

(see: Museums; Botany, Dept. of)

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Heredity (Human). Institute of Human Biology est. 1940.

(Included Laboratory of Vertebrate Biology, Heredity Clinic (a public service). Dissolved July 1, 1956. Inst. of Human Biology and Heredity Clinic became Dept. of Genetics in the School of Medicine. (See: Medical School* Lab of Vertebrate Biology transferred to Dept. of Zoology. See Zoology, Dept. of; Buhl Ugaer under Medical School)

 
Heredity Clinic.

(See: Heredity (Human))

 
Hi Fi Club.

(see: Societies-Music)

 
Hiawatha Club (Students from the Upper Penn.).

(see: Societies G-P)

 
High Altitude Engineering Laboratory.

(see: Space Research)

 
High school inspection.

(see: Bureau of School Services; High Schools, Accredited (general file))

 
Higher Education.

(see: Education, School of-Higher Education)

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Highway Safety Research Institute
 
Hildebrand (W.0.) Fund.

(see: Business Administration, School of (for insurance education))

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Hill Auditorium. see also: Free Speech; Organ; Stearns Musical Collection
 
Hillel Players.

(see: Societies-Hillel)

 
Hillelzapoppin.

(see: Societies-Hillel)

 
Hindustan Students Association became split into Indian Stud. Association and Pakistan Club

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

 
History

(see also: History-Foundation of the University; History-Pictures; History-Michigan Historical Collections; History-Centennial (1937); History-Centennial-College of Lit., Science and Arts (1941))

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I (Period (1817-1900)
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II (Period 1900-1946)
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History-Centennial (1937)
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History-Centennial (College of Literature, Science and Arts, 1941)
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History. "First Facts"
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History-Foundation of the University
 
History-Michigan Historical Collections.
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 1936-1949
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1950-
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History-Pictures
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History-Sesquicentennial.

(see also: Finances-55 Million Program)

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History, Dept. or
 
History of Art Dept.

(see: Fine Arts, Dept. of)

 
Hockey and Skating
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 1920-1956
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 1957-
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Holden Perinatal Research Laboratory
 
Home and Home Games.

(see: Football)

 
Homecoming.

(see: Alumni-Homecoming)

 
Home-School Community Relationships.

(Workshops sponsored by School of Education and Michigan Congress of Parents and Teachers. see: Education, School of-Workshops)

 
Honor Societies.

(see: Societies-Honor)

 
Honor Systems.

(Includes question of unproctored exams. see also: Engineering, College of-Engineering Council)

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 1920-1956
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 1957-
 
Honors Convocations--Programs
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 1920-1954
 
 1955-
 
Honors Council Plan. Plan in the Literary College, 1956-/3-(12

(see: Honors Program)

 
Honors Housing.

(see: Dormitories-General)

 
Honors Program.

(see also: Honors Convocations)

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 1920-1956
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 1957
 
Hopwood Award -- Clippings

(for Hopwood see also: Dictionary of American Biography)

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 1930-1933
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 1934-1936
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 1937-1939
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 1940-1942
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 1943-1946
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1953
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 1954-
 
Horner's Woods.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

 
Hospital Administration, Bureau of.

(see: Bureau of Hospital Administration)

 
Hospital and medical economics report.

(see: Bureau of Hospital Administration)

 
Hospital Management Studies.

(see: Bureau of Hospital Administration)

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Hospitalization Plans

(Includes staff, student, and studies done for the Michigan legislature.)

 
Hospitals. Medical Center

(includes: University Hospital 1925; 'Women's hospital 1950 Outpatient Clinic; Contagious Hospital Children's Hospital see also: Medical School; Nurses; Simpson Memorial; Kresge Medical; Veteran's Readjustment; Psychiatry; Pharmacy, College of; Societies-Galens; Christmas Events.)

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 1920-1930 (2 folders)
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 1931-1937
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 1937-1940
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 1941-1945
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 1946-1948
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 1949-1951
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 1952-1953
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 1954-1955
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 1956-1962
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 1963-1966
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 1967-1969
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 1970-1972
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 1973-
 
Hospitals-Clinical Research Unit.

(see: Medical School-Research)

 
Hospitals-Social Services.

(Includes hospital school. Hospitals-Volunteer Services. see: Hospitals. (Includes: Student Volunteer Services (MTUT; Soph Project (Mill); Hospital Volunteer Services (AA) see also: Individual groups-e.g. Societies-Galens; Fraternities-; Sororities-; Christmas Events)

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 1920-1949
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 1950-
 
Hosteling Club.

(see: Societies-Outing)

 
Hours, Late.

(see: Women's Judiciary Council (rules and infraction-Calendar (as part of the gen. scheduling question); Dean-Women; Dormitories-Women (in individual dorms); Student Affairs, Office of 1962-)

 
Housing.

(see also: Housing-Women; Dorms-Men; Dorms-Women; Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects; Food Service Bldg.; Race Problems (for discrimination); Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center (for surveys of AA))

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 1920-1938
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 1939-1945
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 1946
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 1947
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 1948-1950
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 1951-1953
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 1954-1955
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 1956-1957
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 1958-1965
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 1966-1968
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 1969
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 1970
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Housing women. Dorms-women; cooperative Boarding and Rooming Projects
 
Huber Committee.

(see: Michigan-Politicians-H-Q)

 
Human Behavior.

(see: Workshop in Human Behavior see: Education, School of-Workshops; Foundation for Research in Human Behavior)

 
Human Genetics, Dept. of.

(see: Medical School-Research. Before July 1956 known as the Institute of Human Biology. See: Heredity (Human))

 
Human Growth and Development, Center for.

(see: Center for Human Growth and Development.)

 
Human Performance Center.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
Human Relations Board 1954-.

(see: Race Relations)

 
Human Relations Coordinator 1968-

(see: Race Relations)

 
(American) Humanist Association.

(see: Religion-Churches Unitarian)

 
Hungarian Uprising  1956

(see: Foreign Students-Displaced Persons.)

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Hutchins, President Harry B.
 
Hutchins Hall. Law classrooms.

(see: Law School-Law Quadrangle)

 
Hyde Park.

(see: Campus Opinion)

 
I [subseries]
 
IFC.

(see: Fraternities-Interfraternity Council)

 
I.H.C. (Interhouse Council).

(see: Dorms (Men)-IHC)

 
I Hop. Joint project of Assembly and AIM or IHC.

(see: Independents)

 
IRCE (Institutional Research Council of Eleven).

(see: Joint Programs (General))

 
Identification cards.

(see: Registration and classification.)

 
Il Circolo Italiano.

(see: Societies-Il Circolo Italiano)

 
Independent Men's Association.

(see: Congress)

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Independents.

(For joint actions of women and men's organizations only. see also: Assembly; Dorms (Men)-Inter-House Council. For earlier organizations see cards labeled Independents(Men) and Independents (Women).)

 
Independents (Men)

(see: Congress (1937-44); Association for Independent Men (AIM); (1948-52); Dorms (Men)-Inter-house Council (1952-); Independents (joint action with Assembly) Societies-Independents; Societies-Quadrants)

 
Independents (Women)

(see: Assembly; Independents (joint action); Societies-Independent; Societies-Women; Societies-Senior Society)

 
Indian Students Association.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia Indian (Amer.) Archaeology. see: Anthropology, Dept. of)

 
Industrial Development Davison. See Institute of Technology
 
Industrial Health, Dept. of.

(see: Public Health; School-of)

 
Industrial Relations, Bureau.

(see: Bureau of Industrial Relations)

 
Industrial Relations Club.

(see: Societies-Bus. Ad.)

 
Industrial Sciences Group (Part of Cooley Electronics Lab.)

(see: Engineering, College of-North Campus; Infantry Officers Club. see: R.O.T.C.)

 
Information and News Services.

(see: University Relations Service)

 
Infrared Information and Analysis Center (Willow Run) (IRIA

(see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Institute, November 1964-see Institute of Sci. and Tech.)

 
Inland Review.

(see: Student Publications-Literary. (Began 1934-occas. called Inlander. Succeeded by Contemporary))

 
Inlander.

(see: Student Publications-Literary, v.1-17, 1891-1907 v. 18-21 (8), 1916-1919 discontinued, same title began again-v. 5-, 1924-1930 (?), Summer issues occas. known as Outlander))

 
Inner City Course (Interdisciplinary; proposed 1967'

(see: Curriculum)

 
Installation.

(Now includes League, Senior Society, Panhellenic, and Assembly awards and installation. Prey. called League Banquet. see Women's League)

 
Institute for Arms Control and Peace Research.

(see: Peace Movements. (Will publish Journal of Arms Control. Not an agency of the University.))

 
Institute for Environmental Quality.

(see: Natural Resources, School of)

 
Institute for Fisheries Research. Sponsored by the Mich. Dept. of Conservation.

(see: Natural Resources, School of)

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Institute for Human Adjustment 1937-

(For divisions see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services; Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of; Institute for Human Adjustment-Social Science Research Projects; Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic; Fresh Air Camp)

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Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services.

(Includes: Reading Improvement Services; work with the deaf and blind; service to disabled veterans; personnel research; counseling to students.)

 
Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of --pamphlets and clippings
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Pamphlets
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 1947-1956
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1957-
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Institute for Human Adjustment-Social Science Research Projects.
 
Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic.

(see also: Speech, Dept. of;. Faculty-Muyskens, John H.)

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 1930-1950
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 1951
 
Institute for Hospital Public Relations. Sponsored by the Michigan Hospital Association. and the U. of Michigan. 1956-see: Hospitals.
 
Institute for Law Enforcement Officers.

(see: Extension-Law Enforcement)

 
Institute for Regional Explorations, Inc.

(see: Faculty-Bank)

 
Institute for Regional Research.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research)

 
Institute for Research in Productivity. Waseda University (Japan)

(see: Far Eastern Studies)

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Institute for Social Research. 1946-

(see also: Inst. for Social Research-Bibl.; Inst. for Soc. Res.-Research Center for Group Dynamics; Inst. for Soc. Res.-Survey Research Center; Inst. for Soc. Res.-Detroit Area Study; Population Studies.)

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Institute for Social Research-Detroit Area Study 1951-
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Institute for Social Research-Research Center for Group Dynamics

(see also: Institute for Social Research)

 
Institute for Social Research-Survey Research Center.

(Includes Summer Institute. see also: Institute for Social Research, Detroit Area Study; Faculty-Katona, George)

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 1946-1951
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 1952-1954
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 1955-1963
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 1964-1968
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 1968-1972
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 1972-
 
Institute for the Aeronautical Sciences.

(see: Societies-Aeronautical)

 
Institute for the Study of Mental Retardation.

(see: Mental Retardation Research)

 
Institute of Aeronautics and Engineering.

(See: Societies-Aero)

 
Institute of Continuing Legal Education.

(see: Law School-Institutes)

 
Institute of Environmental and Industrial Health. See Institute of Industrial Health
 
Institute of Human Biology.

(see: Heredity (Human))

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Institute of Industrial Health-a project of the Phoenix Project (as of Jn.  1970 called Institute of Environmental and Industrial Health)

(see also : Phoenix Project-Research)

 
Institute of International Commerce. See Bus. Ad., School of
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Institute of Labor and Industrial Relations. The University of Michigan and Wayne State. Joint program, 1957-
 
Institute of Latin American Studies.

(see: Latin-American Relations)

 
Institute of Public Administration  1945-1968.

(From 1936-45 see: Institute of Public and Social Administration. After November 15, 1968 see: Institute of Public Policy Studies. For material on the government branch see: Bureau of Government)

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 1931-1945
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 1946-1953
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 1953-November 1968
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November 15, 1968-
 
Institute of Public Policy Studies (November 15, 1968-).

(For earlier material, see: Institute of Public Administration.)

 
Institute of Public and Social Administration.

(1936-45 included social work; 1945-for social work see: Social Work, School of. For Public Admin. see: Institute of Public Administration Bureau of Government)

 
Institute of Science and Technology (IST)

(Est. 1959. Programs and functions of the Willow Run Research Labs were transferred to IST. see also: Office of Research Administration; Research (for very general material); Great Lakes Research; Spade Research)

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 1957-1963
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 1964-
 
Institute on Advocacy.

(Sponsored jointly by the Michigan Law Institute and the U. of M. Law School 1950-see: Law School-Institutes)

 
Institute on Creditors' Remedies 1949-.

(Sponsored jointly by the Michigan Law Institute and the U. of M. Law School. see: Law School-Institutes)

 
Institute on Living in the Later Years.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of)

 
Institute on Secondary School Journalism-and other high school press meetings.

(see: Journalism, Dept. of)

 
Institute on the Near East, 1950.

(see: Near Eastern Studies, Dept. of)

 
Institutes.

(see: Extension-Press Releases (releases on conferences and institutes filed by date held.))

 
Institutional Research, Office of

(see: Administration)

 
Institutional Research Council of Eleven (IRC)

(see: Joint Programs (General). IRCE was formed in 1960, under Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC))

 
Institutional Service Committee

(groups that held out at state hospitals, etc. and includes university personnel. see: Quakers (general file))

 
Instructional Television Project.

(see: Television)

 
Instrument Shops.

(see: Buildings and Grounds (1950-))

 
Insurance.

(see: Annuities, etc.)

 
Inter-American Law Study.

(see: Law School-Legal Research Inter-Arts Union. see: Societies-Inter-Arts Union)

 
Intercollegiate Association of Women Students.

(see: Women's League Inter-Club Board. see: Foreign Students-I.C.)

 
Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.

(See: Cooperative rooming and boarding project. First student coop. was the Michigan Socialist House, 1932-. Became Michigan Coop. House. Some 13 founded, but most died in WW2 including (Alice Freeman) Palmer House, 1938 (women) and Rochdale House, 1934 (men). Inter-cooperative Council founded 1944. Member of National Student Cooperative League. In 1956 was operating 7 houses: (A.K.) Stevens house, 1943-(women); (Harold) Osterweil House, 1946-(women); (Muriel) Lester House, 1943-(women); (Robert) Owen House, 1944-(men); (John) Nakamura House, 1948-(men); Michigan House (men); (Louis D.) Brandeis House, 1954-(married) (at first called the Kingsley House))

 
Inter-departmental Seminar (Flint  1946). Also held at Detroit previously. gee: Sociology, Dept. of
 
Inter-Dorm Council.

(see: Association for Independent Men Interfaith Awards. see: Student Religious Organization (1957-Interfaith Center (North Campus). see: Religion-Churches)

 
Interguild.

(see: Religion-University Christian Federation)

 
Inter-House Assembly, 1966-

(see: Dormitories-Inter-House Assembly)

 
Inter-House Council.

(see: Dormitories-Men-Inter-House Council)

 
Inter-House Council Symposiums on Religion, 1956.

(see: Dorm's (Men)-Interhouse Council)

 
Internal Revenue Service Training School.

(see: Business Administration, School)

 
Interlochen Music Camp (National Music Camp, Interlochen)

(See: Interlochen Music Camp (General File) "All-state sessions" and University Division are affiliated with the University of Michigan.)

 
International Arms Control Symposium (1st)  December 17-20, 1962

(see: Peace Movements)

 
International Atomic Energy Agency.

(see: Phoenix Project-Institutes and ... see also: Faculty-S (Eric Stein, member))

 
International Ball. Sponsored jointly by International Center and International Students Association

(see: Foreign Students-I.C.)

 
International Committee for Upholding the United Nations Charter.

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations)

 
International Congress on Nuclear Engineering.

(see: Phoenix Project-Institutes)

 
International Cooperation Week.

(also called World Cooperation Week and International Week. see Foreign Students. Sometimes includes International Ball.; Foreign Students-International. Center)

 
International Council (1930s only).

(see: Foreign Students)

 
International Dinner (Thanksgiving). To  1940

(see: Foreign Students. 1940-Sponsored by International Center; Foreign Students-International Center)

 
International Education, Workshop in.

(see: Education, School of-Workshops.)

 
International Educational Exchange in the Next Decade, Conference on (April 27-30, 1958)

(see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchanges.)

 
International Geophysical Year.

(see: Observatory (Astronomy Dept. work); Engineering, College of-ERI; Geology, Dept. of; see also: International Geophysical Year (general file))

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International Law Symposium. see also: Law School (Cooley and other lectures)
 
International Night.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Cosmopolitan Club.)

 
International Relations Club.

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations)

 
International Student Debates.

(see: Foreign Students-International Student Association)

 
International Students Association. (Local organization)

(see: Foreign Students-ISA)

 
International Students Association (International group).

(see: National Student Association)

 
International Students Committee.

(see: Foreign Students-International Center)

 
International Students Week.

(see: Foreign Students-I.C.)

 
International Symposium on Free Radicals in Solution (1966).

(see: Chemistry, Dept. of. Commemorated 100th birthday of Moses Gomberg)

 
International Travel and Study Information Service.

(see: Student Government (1957-))

 
International Union of Students, Prague, 1948.

(see: National Student Association)

 
International Week. Prev. sponsored by the International Center, now by the Student Government Council.

(see: Foreign Students-International Center)

 
Interpretive Arts Society.

(see: Societies-Literary. Inter-Racial Association; Race Relations)

 
Inter-University Committee for Debate on Foreign Policy.

(see: Activism)

 
Interuniversity Committee on the Superior Student.

(see: Honors Program)

 
Inter-university Communications Council.

(see: Computers)

 
Inter-University Consortium for Political Research.

(see: Institute for Social 'Research-Survey Research Center)

 
Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.

(A national group. For local chapter see: Religion-Mich. Christian Fellowship)

 
Iota Alpha (Graduate engineering frat.).

(see: Societies-Engineering)

 
Iota Chi (Formerly Black Quill).

(see: Societies-Literary Iota Sigma Pi; Societies-Chemistry)

 
Iraq Expeditions.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

 
Isaac Ray Lectureship Award Series of the American Psychiatric Association.

(Sponsored by the Law School and the Medical School at the U-M. see: Psychiatry)

 
Ishpeming Club (Upper Penn. students).

(see: Societies-G-P Israeli-American Students Club;: Societies-Hillel Italian Club; Societies-Il Circolo Italian G-P)

 
Italian Lang. and Lit.

(see: Romance Lang. and Lit., Dept. of)

 
J [subseries]
 
Janitors Union.

(see: Employees. For some misc. items see also: Buildings and Grounds)

 
Japan Expeditions. Led by Dr. Hall.

(see: Expeditions-Pacific Japanese Festival; Far Eastern Studies)

 
Japanese-American Program for Cooperation in Legal Studies 1956-see: Law School
 
Japanese-American Program of Cooperation in Industrial Productivity Research. Located at Waseda University.

(Includes Prof. Gordy, Page, and Elgass. see Far Eastern Studies)

 
Japanese Language.

(see: Far Eastern Studios)

 
Japanese Language School (1943-5).

(see: Far Eastern Studies Japanese Students Club; Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

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Jazz.

(see also: Student Government (for 1949 Jazz at the Philharmonic (program))

 
Thomas Spencer.) Jerome Lectures on Ancient Civilizations.

(see: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

 
Jews.

(see: Race Relations; Societies-Hillel)

 
Johnson (Donald E.) Lecture Series in Cancer.

(see: Medical School-Research)

 
Joint Concert of MASL, MAVA, MASCO

(see: Extension-Institutes)

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Joint Judiciary Council.

(Handles original cases of student conduct, except driving regulations. Handles cases referred to it by Women's Judiciary Council (infraction of women's house rules) and the judiciaries of the men's dorms. Includes Men's Judiciary Council (1947-51). For earlier Discipline Committee (1920-1939) and Men's Judiciary Council (1939-47) see: Student Affairs Committee. For driving ban regulations see also: Students, Autos)

 
Joint Programs (General).

(see also: Joint Programs-Mayne State University; Joint Programs-Tuskegee Inst.)

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General
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Tuskegee Institute
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Wayne State University
 
Journal of Bio-Psychology.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of (Formerly the Worm Runners Digest))

 
Journalism, Dept. of.

(Includes Institute on Secondary Schools Journalism; Michigan Interscholastic Press Association; McNaught Awards in Journalism; course and faculty: other high school workshops; Guy H. Jenkins Memorial Awards, 1958. see also: Journalism, Dept. of-Lecture Series-Michigan Journalist,-Societies, Sigma Delta Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; Press Club; Press Building, Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange)

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 1920-1954
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1955-
 
Journalism, Dept. of-Lecture Series
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 1920-1949
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 1950-1956
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 1957
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Journalism, Dept. of-Michigan Journalist. Laboratory paper of the Journalism Dept.

(see also: Journalism, Dept. of (for work on other papers))

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Journalism, Dept. of-Societies.

(Includes Michigan Journalist Club, Kappa Tau Alpha. see also: Sigma Delta Chi; Theta Sigma Phi; Press Club)

 
Judiciaries.

(see: Each men's dorm has its own (see Dorms (Men). Cases are referred to Interhouse Council Judiciary Committee (see: Dorms (Men)-IHC). Each women's dorm has its own (see Dorms (Women)). Cases are referred to (Women's Judiciary Council). All cases finally referred to (Joint Jud. Council).)

 
Junior Girls' Play  1904

(First given at Senior Swing-out, 1904. Pre-play banquet was later called "Senior Supper". Now includes "Senior Night" activities held before the 1st performance.)

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 1903-1930
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 1930-1939
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 1940-1950
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 1951-1956
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 1957
 
Junior Hop
 
 1920-1942
 
 1943-1953
 
 1954-
 
Junior Interfraternity Council.

(see: Fraternities-Rushing Junior Research Club; Societies-Faculty)

 
Junior Year Abroad Programs.

(see: Literary College)

 
Juvenile Delinquency, Surveys on.

(see: Institute for Social Research Survey Research Center)

 
Juvenile Delinquency Information Service.

(see: Child Guidance Institute (1938-43))

 
K [subseries]
 
Alice Elizabeth Kalom Award (photography).

(see: Prizes and Awards)

 
Kampus Kapers. All campus wartime reviews.

(see: Campus Events, 1940-6)

 
Kappa Beta Rho. Organization for girls working for room and board.

(see: Societies-Women)

 
Kappa Kappa Psi. National Band Honorary (Men).

(see: Societies-Music (Band))

 
Kappa Phi.

(see: Religion-Churches-Methodist)

 
Kappa Tau Alpha. see; Journalism, Dept. of-Societies
 
Karamis Expedition.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

 
Karl Marx Society.

(see: Political Clubs-Communist)

 
(Catherine Neafie) Kellog Foundation. A professorship sponsored by the Alumnae Council.

(see: Alumnae Council)

 
W.K. Kellog Foundation Institute.

(Supports postgraduate dentistry courses and was donor (jointly with the U.S.-P.W.A.) of the Institute Bldg. which houses part of the Dentistry School. see: Dentistry, School of .)

 
Kelsey Expedition.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

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Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.

(Note: name change 1968 Kelsey Museum of Ancient and Medieval Archaeology.)

 
Martin Luther King Fellowship.

(see: Wilson (Woodrow) National Fellowship Foundation)

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King (Martin Luther) Memorial Fund
 
Knauss Report (1966).

(see: Senate (Faculty). Report on "The role of the, student in university affairs.")

 
Know Your University Conference, 1965-(Sponsored by Student Economic Union).

(see: Employment of Students.)

 
Korean Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia)

 
Korean War. For GI Bill

(see: Veterans)

 
Kresge Hearing Research Institute. see.: Medical School-Research
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Kresge Medical Library
 
Kresge Medical Research Bldg.

(see: Medical School-Research)

 
Krieger Mycological Library.

(see: Museums)

 
Krieger Mycological Library.

(see: Museums)

 
L [subseries]
 
La Sociedad Hispanics.

(see: Societies-La Sociedae Hispanics)

 
Labor.

(see: Institute for Labor and Industrial Relations; Bureau of Industrial Relations (part of Business Ad. school); Extension-Labor program; Institute for Social Research)

 
Labor programs (Extension);

(see: Extension-Foreman's Conference; Extension-Labor programs; Extension-Workers Education Serv.)

 
Labor Youth League.

(see: Political Clubs-Labor Youth League)

 
Laboratory of Mouse Genetics.

(see: Zoology, Department of)

 
Laboratory of Vertebrate Biology.

(see: Zoology, Dept. of Prev. to July 1, 1956 part of Institute of Human Biology. see: Heredity (human))

 
Laboratory Playbill.

(see: Dramatics)

 
Laboratory School.

(see: Education, School of-Laboratory School)

 
Laboratory Theater.

(see:-Union-Opera-Mimes (Now Closed). see: Dramatics)

 
Lacrosse.

(see: Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural--Women)

 
Lakes Hydraulic Lab. Mechanical

(see: Engineering, College of-Marine and)

 
Lambda Kappa Sigma. National Pharmacy Sorority:

(see: Pharmacy, College Of)

 
Land Utilization Conferences.

(see: Institute of Public and Social Administration; Forestry, School of; Natural Resources, School of;)

 
Landscape Architecture, Dept. of.

(Includes Landscape Club. Formerly a dept. in School of Architecture. Transferred on July 1, 1965 to School of Natural Resources. Previously called Landscape Design, Dept.)

 
Lane Hall.

(Sponsor of World University Fund Drive, Brotherhood Week, Interfaith Awards, Treasure Van Sales, retreats, and general religious activities. see Student Religious Organ. (1957-); Student Religious Association. (1937-56); Student Christian Association. (1856-1937) see also: Student Town Hall (a forum sponsored by Lane Hall))

 
Language and Language Behavior, Center for Research on.
 
see: Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior
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Language Laboratory.

(see also: Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior)

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Languages
 
English.

(see: English Lang. and Literature, Dept. of; English Language Institute; Linguistic Institute.)

 
Foreign.

(See Classical Studies, Dept. of (Greek, Latin, classical linguistics); Germanic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of (German, Scandinavian lang.); Romance Languages and Literatures, Dept. of (French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese); Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of (Russian, Polish, Church Slavic);Far Eastern Languages and Literatures, Dept. of see (Far Eastern Studies) (Chinese, Japanese, Malay, etc.))

 
Lantern Night 1919(?)-All campus women's sing honoring senior women. Type of program has varied. Sponsored by 'W.A.A.
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 1920-1934
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 1935-1955
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1956-
 
Lantern Slide and Photograph Collection.

(see: Fine Arts, Dept.)

 
Late permission.

(see: card for Hours, Late.)

 
Latin-American Relations
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 1941-1943
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 1944-
 
Latin American Society.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-S.A. and Philippines)

 
Latin Language and Literature.

(see: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

 
Latter Day Saints, Church of Jesus Christ of the For both Mormons and the Navoo League (Latter Day Saints Reorganized)

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Latvian Students Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe)

 
Law Enforcement.

(see: Extension-Law Enforcement; Crime; Student's Autos)

 
Law Review.

(see: Law School-Publications)

 
Law School.

(see also: cards following-and Societies-Law School; International Law-Symposium)

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 1952-1964
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 1965-1971
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 1972-
 
Law School-Atomic Energy Research Project.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research)

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Law School-Case Clubs
 
Law School-Conferences.

(see: Law School-Institutes)

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Law School-W.W. Cook Foundation

(see also: Law School-T.M. Cooley Lectures)

 
Law School-W.W. Cook Lectures on American Institutions
 
Law School-Legal research
 
Law School-Library
 
Law School-Law Quadrangle; Law School-Lawyers Club
 
Law School-W.W. Cook Lectures on American Institutions  1944
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Law School-Thomas M. Cooley Lectures 1947-. Sponsored by the Law School and the W.W, Cook Foundation.
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Law School-Dances.

(Includes Crease Ball, Wig and Robe, Chancellor's Court Dance, etc.)

 
Law. School-Founder's Day.

(see: Law School-Lawyers Club-Founder's Day)

 
Law School-Honors Banquet.

(see: Law School see also: Societies-Coif, Order of)

 
Law School-Institutes 1939-.

(Includes Forums, etc.

  • 939-Legal Institute;
  • 1947-Property Tax Institute
  • 1948- Current:: Problems on International Law
  • 1949-Legal Problems of World Trade. Institute on Creditors Remedies (Held annually, 1949- )
  • 1950-Institute on Advocacy (Held annually, 1950- )
  • 1950 Law and Labor Management Relations
  • 1951-Taxation of Business Enterprise
  • 1952-Institute on Land Title Examination
  • 1952 Atomic Energy-Industrial and Legal Prob.
  • 1953-Michigan Probate Practice and Procedure Federal Anti-Trust Laws
  • 1952 Labor Relations Law Workshop
  • 1952 Midwest Institute on Public Relations for the Bar Institute (Held annually, 1953- )
  • 1954 Institute on Changes caused by the Internal Revenue Code of 1954
  • 1954 Judicial Selection Institute Communications Media Institute
  • 1954 Labor-Management Arbitration for Lawyers
  • 1955- International Law and the United Nations Conference on Aims and Methods of Legal Research
  • 1956- Institute on Michigan Land Title Problems.
  • 1957- Institute on Water Resources and the Law
  • 1956 Institute of Continuing Legal Education
)

 
1948-Current:: Problems on International Law
 
1949-Legal Problems of World Trade. Institute on Creditors Remedies (Held annually, 1949-).
 
1950-Institute on Advocacy (Held annually, 1950-).
 
 1950 Law and Labor Management Relations.
 
1951-Taxation of Business Enterprise.
 
1952-Institute on Land Title Examination.
 
 1952 Atomic Energy-Industrial and Legal Prob. 1953-Michigan Probate Practice and Procedure Federal Anti-Trust Laws.
 
 1952 Labor Relations Law Workshop.
 
 1952 Midwest Institute on Public Relations for the
 
1954-Institute (Held annually, 1953-).
 
 1954 Institute on Changes caused by the Internal Revenue Code of  1954 Judicial Selection Institute Communications Media Institute
 
Labor-Management Arbitration for Lawyers.
 
1955-International Law and the United Nations Conference on Aims and Methods of Legal Research.
 
1956-Institute on Michigan Land Title Problems. 1957-Institute on Water Resources and the Law.
 
 1956 Institute of Continuing Legal Education
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 1939-1957
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 1958-
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Law School-Judge Advocate General's School (JAG).  1942-1946.
 
Law School-Keniston (Hayword) Lectures on Liberal Education and Democratic Institutions. 1956-.

(see: Law School)

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Law School-Law Quadrangle.

(Includes: Lawyers Club, John P. Cook Dorm, Legal Research Library, Hutchins Hall, etc. Materials on buildings and dedication. see also: Law School-Lawyers Club; Law School-Library.)

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Law School-Lawyers Club.

(see also: Law School-Lawyers Club-Founder's Day)

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Law School-Lawyers Club-Founder's Day.
 
Law School-Legal Aid Clinic.

(see: Societies-Law School.)

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Law School-Legal Research.

(see also: Law School-Library; Law School-Publications; Law School-Law Quadrangle (for Legal Research Bldg.))

 
Law School-Legal Research Library.

(see: Law School-Library.)

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Law School-Library
 
Law School-Practice Court.

(Held in Civil Procedures 3 course. Reenacts accident cases jointly with other units, i.e. Medical School, Mich. State Police, etc. see Law School.)

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Law School-Publications.

(see also: Law School-Legal Research)

 
Lawler Committee.

(see: Student Records)

 
Lawyers Liberal Club.

(see: Societies-Law School)

 
Le Cercle Francais.

(see: Societies-Le Cercle Francais League Banquet and Installation; Women's League.)

 
League Building.

(Includes Board of Governors, library, Barbara Little Music Room and phonorecord concerts, cafeteria, Grand Rapids Room, ballroom. Built by the Alumnae Council. see also: League Building-Social Activities; Alumnae Council.)

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 1920-1924
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 1925-1926
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 1927-1928
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 1929
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 1930-1946
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1947-
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League Building-Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.

(Includes physical description, some movies and plays (1929-34). For productions given here see various organizations: e.g. Play Production; Dramatics-Dramatic Festival; Dramatics, etc.)

 
League Building-Social Activities.

(Includes general use of facilities for bridge and dance classes, League Fair, Open House, joint League-Union activities. For events sponsored by the Women's League, see also: 'Women's League-Activities. For Theater see also: League Bldg.-Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.)

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 1929-1939
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 1940-1954
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 1955-
 
League Council.

(see: Women's League.)

 
League for Industrial Democracy.

(see: Political Clubs-Round Table Club.)

 
League for Liberal Action.

(see: Political Clubs-Socialist. League Houses. see: Housing-Women.)

 
League of Nations. Study groups-

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations; Discussions-see: Campus Events, 1932-1934)

 
League of Women Voters.

(see: Political Clubs-Non-partisan groups.)

 
Learning and Teaching, Center for Research on.

(see: Center for Research on Learning and Teaching.)

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Lecture and Poetry Series.
 
Lecture Bureau.

(see: Extension.)

 
Lecture Committee.

(see: Free Speech.)

 
Lecture Series.

(see: Oratorical Series.)

 
Lecture Series (SS).

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events)

 
Lectures, speeches, etc.

(see: Lectures sponsored by a specific group are under the name of the group. e.g.: Oratorical Series; .Journalism, Dept. of-Lectures; Law School-Cook Lectures; For lectures sponsored by no one group or the university as a whole see: Campus Events; Summer Session-Campus Events. Lectures, speeches, etc. Continued; For questions on selection of speakers see: Free Speech; Radicals; Student Government. Also U-M PhD thesis-Kinney, Stanley-The Selection of Outside Speakers by Student Organizations at U-M (1854-1935). 1956 (No. 4396).)

 
Legal Aid Clinic.

(see: Societies-Law School.)

 
Legal Aid Service for Students (1967-).

(see: Student Government (Sponsored by Student Govt. Council).)

 
Legal Aspects of Atomic Energy. A joint Phoenix Project and Law School program.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research.)

 
Legal Research Archives.

(see: Law School-Library.)

 
Legal Research Center 1950-.

(Set up for research on written law; service to organization and faculty; and publication of materials. see: Law School-Legal Research.)

 
Legal Research Institute. Sponsored by the Lawyers Club Foundation

(see: Law School-Legal Research.)

 
Legislative Advisory Council on Problems of the Aging. a Michigan state society.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of.)

 
Legislative Research Center 1949-.

(see: Law School-Legal Research.)

 
(Muriel.) Lester House.

(see: (card) Intercooperative Council, Inc. (folder.) Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
Letter to Michigan Alumni.

(see: Alumni Publications. Liberal Discussion Group. see: Political Clubs.)

 
Liberal Students Union.

(see: Religion-Churches-Unitarian.)

 
Library.

(see also: cards following and Business Administration, School of (for Bus. Ad. Lib.); Clements (W.L.) Lib.; Dearborn Campus; History-Michigan Historical Collections; Kresge Medical Library; Law School-.Library; Transportation Inst. and Lib.)

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 1920-1928
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 1929-1935
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 1936-1939
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 1940-1946
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 1946-1953
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 1954
 
Library-Exhibits.
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 1915-1929
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 1930-1947
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1948-
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Library-Extension
 
Library-Gifts and Special Collections.

(see also: Library-Labadie Collection. Library-Stellfield Collection; Library-Manuscripts and Papyri; Transportation Institute and Library; Kresge Medical Library; Clements Library; History-Michigan Historical Collections; Law School-Library.)

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 1909-1929
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 1930-1949
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1950-
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Library-Labadie Collection.
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Library-Manuscripts and Papyri.
 
Library-Quarto.

(see: Clements Library-Quarto.)

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Library-Staff.

(see also: Faculty-Bishop, W.W.; Faculty-Rice, Warner; Faculty-Wagman, Fredrick)

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Library Staff Association. Library Notes.
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Library-Stellfield Collection.

(see also: Faculty-Cre-Cu (Louise Cuyler))

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Library-Undergraduate
 
Library Leaflet.

(see: Library-Publications.)

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Library Science, Dept. of, clippings
 
Life Guard Corps.

(see: Swimming and Aquatic Sports-Women)

 
Life magazine, International ed. March 22  1965 issue with article on U. of M. see Student Life
 
Linguistic Institute. For earlier work in linguistics

(see: Speech, Dept. of Sponsored by MiU and the Linguistic Society of America)

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 1936-1944
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 1945-1956
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 1957
 
Linguistic Society of America

(see: Linguistic Institute)

 
Linguistics, classical.

(See: Classical Studies, Dept. of)

 
Linguistics, foreign language; see the foreign language group concerned i.e., Germanic Lang. and Lit. Romance Lang. and Lit. Far Eastern Lang. and Lit.
 
Linguistics Club.

(see: Linguistic Institute)

 
Liquor Problem.

(see: Prohibition)

 
Literary College.

(Includes Literary College Conferences. see also: Faculty evaluations; Curriculum; Student-FacultyAdministration Relations (for SFA Conferences); Literary College-Residential Coll.)

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 1946-1956
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 1957-1965
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 1966-1969
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 1969-1972
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 1973-1974
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Literary College-Residential College.
 
Little, President Clarence Cook
 
Clippings
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 1926
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 1927-1929 (Resignation)
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 1929-
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Bibliography
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Inauguration
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Speeches (2 folders)
 
Little Club.

(see: Association for Independent Men.)

 
"Little Club" 1966-.

(see: University Activities Center.)

 
Little Symphony.

(see: Orchestras)

 
Little Theater of Willow Village.

(see: Dramatics-Student Players)

 
(Alice Crocker) Lloyd Radiation Therapy Center and Lloyd Memorial Isotope Research Laboratory.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research)

 
Loan Collections.

(see: Art Print Loan Collection; Extension-Audio-Visual Education Center. (Art Masterwork Collection))

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Loan Funds-clippings

(see also: Scholarships; Fellowships; Finances-Trust Funds.)

 
Lord Chamberlain's Players.

(see: Dramatics-Faculty and Town Groups)

 
Lost and Found.

(see: Administration October 1968; Student Activities Center.)

 
(Henry Martin) Loud Foundation Lectures.

(see: Religion-Churches-Methodist)

 
Dr. P.C. Lowery Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Lunar Science Institute (Houston, Texas)

(see: Space Research)

 
Lutheran Student Center and Chapel.

(see: Religion-Churches Lutheran.)

 
Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.

(see: League Building-Lydia Mendelssohn Theater.)

 
M [subseries]
 
"M" Club.

(see: Athletics-Societies)

 
MacArthur for Emperor.

(see: Political Clubs-Democrats Mace. see: Symbols)

 
McInally (Wm. K.) Lecture.

(see: Business-Administration, School of McNaught Awards in Journalism. see: Journalism, Dept. of)

 
Macromolecular Research Center.

(see: Institute of Science and Technology.)

 
Madelon Pound House. Addition to the International Center.

(see: Foreign Students-I.C.)

 
Mailing Service.

(see: Service Enterprises)

 
Maintenance.

(see: Buildings and Grounds)

 
Maison Francaise.

(see: Romance Languages and Literature, Dept. of)

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Mammalian Genetics Center.
 
Management Information System (MIS).

(see: Administration)

 
Management of Personnel Quarterly (v.1, no.1, November 1961-)

(see: Bureau of Industrial Relations)

 
Managers Club.

(see: Athletics-Societies)

 
Manuscripts and Papyri.

(see: Library-Manuscripts and Papyri)

 
Marine Reserves.

(see: Naval Science, Dept. of)

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Marital Education.
 
Marketing Club.

(See: see: Societies-BA)

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Marketing System. (grading)

(see also: Literary College (Conferences); Calendar (Schedules); Graduate School (Graduate Record Exam.) Student Records (Class ranking of students))

 
Markley House.

(see: Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects.)

 
Marriage and Family Life Series.

(see: Extension-Detroit.)

 
Masons.

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Masques.

(see: Dramatics-Masques.)

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Mathematics, Dept. of

(Includes Math. Clubs, Insurance. see also: Computers; Statistics, Dept)

 
Matrix Table dinner. see; Theta Sigma Phi
 
May Day Incident (1934).

(see: Radicals-May Day Incident.)

 
May Festival.

(see: Music Series.)

 
Mayalan Language.

(see: Far Eastern Studies.)

 
Mechanical Engineer's Club.

(see: Societies-Engineering.)

 
Medical Center, 1958-.
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 1958-1967
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 1968-
 
Medical Center-Clinical Research Unit.

(see: Medical School-Research.)

 
Medical Center Alumni Society Conference.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Medical Library.

(see: Kresge Medical Library.)

 
Medical School.

(Includes faculty, courses, lectures, clinics', building program for Medical School. see also: Hospitals; Medical School-Research; Medical School Merger; Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research; Societies-Galens; Societies-Medical School.--plus related schools, e.g.-Dentistry; Nurses; Pharmacy; Public Health; Expansion (3rd medical school?))

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 1911-1929
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 1930-1936
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 1936-1939
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 1940-1944
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 1945-1949
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 1950-1953
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 1954-1957
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 1957-1964
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 1965-1969
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 1970-1974
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 1974-
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Medical School -- Post Graduate Medicine
 
Medical School-Research.

(Includes Kresge Medical Research Bldg. Before 1930 see: Medical School. see also: Kresge Med. Lib.; Simpson Inst. for Med. Research; Hospitals; Mental Retardation Research)

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 1930-1956
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 1957-1965
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 1966-
 
Medical School-Societies.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Medical School merger (1922).
 
Medical Science Building.

(see: Medical School.)

 
Medical Technologist Society.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Medieval Festival.

(see: Dramatics-Student Groups.)

 
Medieval Society.

(see: History, Dept. of)

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Memorials.

(see also: names of individuals (e. g. Faculty-Cooley, Thos. M. for Milles Fountain).)

 
(Ann Arbor) Mennonite Fellowship.'

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Men's Education. Club/and/ Men and Women's Education Club.

(see: Societies-Education.)

 
Men's Glee Club.

(See: Glee Clubs.)

 
Men's Judiciary Council.

(see: 1939-47-Student Affairs Committee; 1947-51-Joint Judiciary Council. Replaced 1952 by Joint Jud. Council.)

 
Men's Student Council  1935-1939.

(see: Student Government.)

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Mental Health Research Institute

((Formerly a branch of the Neuropsychiatric Institute under the name Mental Health Research Unit). see also: Psychiatry.)

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Mental Retardation Research. An interdisciplinary center.
 
Arthur H. Merritt Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Mesopotamian Archaeological Expedition. (to Parthian Sites at Seleucia).

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Mesopotamia Expedition Kelsey Museum of Archaeology; Faculty-Waterman.)

 
"Messiah". (Choral Union Christmas program presentation).

(see: Music Series.)

 
Metamorphosis. Campus produced movie, 1951.

(see: Moving Pictures-Gothic Film Society.)

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Meteorology and Oceanography.

(Includes Meteorological Lab.)

 
Metropolitan Club. (Students from NYC and NJ).

(see: Societies-G-P.)

 
Mexican Symposium, 1958.

(see: Latin-American Relations.)

 
Mexico. El Oliver School. A joint project.

(see: Vocational Education and Practical Arts, Dept. of.)

 
Michifish.

(see: Swimming and Aquatic Sports-Women.)

 
Michigamua.

(see: Societies-Michigamua)

 
"Michigan".

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1955).)

 
Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters.

(see: Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters. (general file).)

 
Michigan Actuarial Club.

(see: Societies-Business Administration.)

 
Michigan Alumnus. For clippings

(see: Alumni-Publications.)

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Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review.
 
Michigan Christian Fellowship.

(see: Religion-Michigan Christian Fellowship)

 
Michigan Citizenship Clearing House (Student Chapter)

(see: Political Clubs)

 
Michigan Committee for Academic Freedom.

(see: Political Clubs-Michigan Youth for Democratic Action.)

 
Michigan Council of Teachers of English.

(see: English Language and Literature, Dept. of-Conferences.)

 
Michigan Council on Economic Education.

(see: Business Administration, School of)

 
Michigan Crib.

(see: Societies-Michigan Crib.)

 
Michigan Daily.

(Originally "Chronicle". Includes Michigan Weekly. see also: Student Publications (for general info.); Students, Outstanding)

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 1920-1929
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 1930-1938
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 1939-1940
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 1941-1944
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 1945-1952
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 1953-1958
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1958-
 
Michigan Dames.

(see: Societies-Michigan Dames.)

 
"Michigan Day"

(see: Union.)

 
Michigan Economic Development Commission.

((Includes a:number of faculty members). see Planning Boards-Michigan (general file))

 
Michigan Executive Study Group.

((Composed of business executives and U-M faculty. Published four studies on plant location thru the School of Business Administration). see: Michigan-Industries (general file))

 
Michigan Forensic Forum.

(see: Michigan Forum.)

 
Michigan Forester. Forestry annual.

(see: Natural Resources, School of 1950-)

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Michigan Forum.

(Sponsored by Student Legislature and now Student Government Council. Also called Michigan Forensic Forum. Includes America's Town Meeting of the Air. see also: Political Clubs.)

 
Michigan High School Forensic Association.

(see: Bureau of School Services (sponsor).)

 
Michigan Historical Collections.

(see: History-Michigan Historical Collections.)

 
Michigan (Socialist) House.

(see: (card)-Intercooperative Council, Inc.; (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
Michigan House Plan.

(see: Housing.)

 
Michigan Interscholastic Press Association

(see: Journalism, Dept. of.)

 
Michigan Interuniversity Committee on Information Systems (MICIS)

(see: Computers.)

 
Michigan Journalist.

(see: Journalism, Dept. of-Michigan Journalist)

 
Michigan League.

(see: Women's League.)

 
Michigan Metallurgical Society.

(see: Societies-Engineering. Michigan)

 
Music Festival.

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program "Michigan Nights" (Early Radio broadcasting). see: Radio.)

 
Michigan Orchestral Festival.

(see: Orchestras.)

 
Michigan Party. One of the parties created by the Student Senate.

(see: Student Senate.)

 
Michigan Schoolmasters Club.

(see: Michigan Schoolmasters Club (general file).)

 
Michigan Singers. Small extra-curricular choral group (counterpart vocally of the Chamber Orchestra).

(see: Glee Clubs-Extra-curricular groups.)

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Michigan Society of Fellows.
 
Michigan Technic.

(see: Engineering, College of-Technic.)

 
Michigan. Weekly.

(see: Michigan Daily.)

 
Michigan Wolverine Restaurant.

(see: Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects.)

 
Michigan Youth for Democratic Action (MYDA).

(see: Political Clubs-Michigan Youth for Democratic Action.)

 
Michigan Youth Symphony.

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program.)

 
Michiganensian.
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 1920-1942
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 1943-
 
Michigania, Camp. (Alumni Family Camp, Walloon Lake).

(see: Alumni Association.)

 
Michigras. 1905-

(Sponsored by 'Union and W.A.A. Called Union Fair 1905-24, Michigras 1937-9, Michilodeon 1941-6, Michigra 1947-Winter Weekend, 1965. (including Sesquigras, 1967).)

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 1937-1951
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 1952-1958
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 1958-
 
Michilodeon.

(see: Michigras.)

 
Microbiology.

(see: Bacteriology, Dept. of.)

 
Microfilms.

(see: Photoreproduction Services.)

 
Middle English Dictionary.

(see: English Lang. and Lit., Dept. of)

 
Midwest Community College. Leadership Program.

(see: Education, School of-Higher Education.)

 
Midwest Institute on Public Relations for the Bar.

(Sponsored jointly by the State Bar of Michigan and the U. of M. Law School. 1953-see: Law School-Institutes.)

 
Midwestern Music Conference.

(see: Music, School of-)

 
Midwestern Conference on School Vocal and Instrumental Music.
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Military Affairs, Office of.

((Admin. off. giving info. on selective service). see also: WW2-Military and Naval Service; Marking System (for class ranking of Male students); For military units on campus, see: R.O.T.C.; Air Science, Dept. of; Naval Science, Dept. of;(includes Marines); Societies, Military; WW2-Army and Navy Educ. Program.;)

 
Military Ball.

(see: Societies-Military.)

 
Military Research (Classified research under contract).

(see: Research.)

 
Military Science and Tactics, Dept. of.

(see: R.O.T.C.)

 
Miller (Norman F.) Gynecologic Society.

(see: Societies-Medical School)

 
Milles (Carl) Fountain.

(see: Faculty-Cooley, Thomas M (A Memorial))

 
Ed. C. and Nellie White Mills Prize Essay Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Mimes.

(see: Union-Opera-Mimes. Mimes Theater. see: Union-Theater)

 
Mineral Collection (Natural Science Bldg.)

(see: Mineralogy, Dept. of)

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Mineralogy, Dept. of. For Geology-Mineralogy Journal Club

(see: Societies-Science.)

 
Modern Jazz Society.

(see: Jazz.)

 
Modern Language Association.

(see: English Lang. and Lit., Dept. of)

 
Modern Poetry Club.

(see: Societies-Literary.)

 
Modern Views of Man and Society.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events. (1952))

 
Monte Carlo Ball. Sponsored by the International Students Association

(see: Foreign Students-International Students Association.)

 
Monteith, John.

(see: Presidents.)

 
Monuments.

(see: Memorials.)

 
George R. Moore Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Moratorium.

(see: Activism; Ann Arbor-Politics and Govt. (for A. A. activity Viet Nam (for US Activity))

 
Mormons (Latter Day Saints).

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Morris Hall (Formerly home of radio broadcasting at MiU)

(see: Radio.)

 
Mortar Board.

(see: Societies-Mortar Board)

 
Motion picture library.

(see: Extension. Audio-visual Education Center.)

 
Motorcycles, Scooters.

(see: Bicycles, Motorcycles.)

 
(Charles S.) Mott Foundation.

(see: Gift to Flint College see: Flint Branch; Lectures in religion see: Religion.)

 
Moving Pictures

(Includes of M. made movies, general and misc. films. Films sponsored by a particular group will he found under that group. see also: Moving Pictures-Art Cinema League;-Cinema Guild,-Gothic Film Society; League-Lydia Mendelssohn Theater (for some early films); Societies-Hillel (for Hillel Film Society); Extension-Audio-Visual Education Center)

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 1927-1962
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 1962-1975
 
Moving Pictures-Art Cinema League (1932-50).

(Replaced by Student Legislature's Cinema Guild 1950.)

 
 1932-1940
 
 1941-November 1948
 
 December 1948-1950
 
Moving Pictures-Cinema Guild.

(Superseded Art Cinema League in 1950. see also: Censorship (for Flaming Creatures case or similar incidents))

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 1950-1953
Box   39  
 1953-1956
Box   39  
 1957-1970
Box   39  
 1971-1974
Box   39  
Moving Pictures-Gothic Film Society 1949-
 
Mu Phi Epsilon.

(see: Societies-Mu Phi Epsilon.)

 
Mud Bowl.

(see: Alumni-Homecoming.)

 
Municipal Purchasing Conference.

(see: Institute of Public Administration.)

 
Municipal training.

(see: Bureau of Government.)

 
Museum of Anthropology.

(see: Anthropology, Dept. of;)

 
Museums
 
Museum of Art.
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 1920-1945
Box   39  
 1946-1949
Box   39  
 1950-April 1957
Box   39  
 1958-1963
Box   39  
 1964-1968
Box   39  
 1969-1973
 
Museum of Art and Archaeology.

(see: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology.)

 
"Museum of Fine Arts".

(These are really exhibits in Rackham. (see: Graduate School-Exhibits in Building. see also: Fine Arts, Dept. of)

 
Museum of Natural History. old title;

(see: Museums.)

 
Museum of Paleontology.

(Includes the Hall of Evolution. see: Museums)

 
Museum of Zoology.

(see: Museums. Annual reports includes Museums (pamphlets))

 
Museums. University Museums

(consists of Museum of Anthropology; Museum of Zoology; Museum of Paleontology; Herbarium; Krieger Mycological Library; Hall of Evolution;. Hall of Biological Principles;)

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 1921-1930
Box   39  
 1930-1937
Box   39  
 1938-1959
Box   39  
 1953-1957
Box   39  
 1958
 
Museums--Other museums on campus

(see: Museum of Art; Kelsey Mus. of Archaeology; Dept. of Mineralogy (Collections);)

 
Music.

(Includes only misc. items and data on Michigan songs. see also: cards for: Bands; Burton Tower; Choirs; Chamber Music; Glee Clubs; Gilbert and S. Society; Hill Auditorium; Jazz; Music, School of; Music Series; Opera; Organ; Orchestras Societies-Music; Interlochen Music Camp. Collegium Musicum (Renaissance and Baroque Music) Power Center for the Performing Arts.)

Box   39  
 1920-1955
Box   39  
 1956-
 
Music, School of

(Includes: .general data on the faculty and curriculum, student and faculty recitals (for School of Music chamber groups, see: Chamber Music, music library, student council (Music School Assembly), Composer's Forums (1950-), and composition program. see also: Music, School of Extension Program; Music, School of-Midwestern Conference; Bands; Burton Tower; Chamber Music; Glee Clubs; Collegium Mus.; Music Series; Organ; Orchestra; Opera; Societies-Music;)

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 1921-1933
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 1934-1940
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 1941-1947
Box   40  
 1948-1952
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 1953-1957
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 1958-1964
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 1964
Box   40  
Music, School of-Extension Program.

(Includes projects and groups: Intercollegiate Musical Council; Michigan Youth Symphony; Instrumental Music Clinic (Festival); Michigan Music Festival; Michigan State Vocal Association; Michigan Civic Orchestra Association; American Musicological Society; String Teaching Conference; School and Community Orchestra Conferences; Michigan Music Teachers Association; Michigan Schoolmasters Club-Music Conference; High School Music Clinic; Michigan School Band and Orchestra Association; Michigan State Band and Orchestra Festival; High School Music Clinic; School Vocal Music Conference; Michigan State Vocal Association (programs); Conference on Bands, Wind and percussion; Piano Conference; Michigan School Solo and Ensemble Festival; Contemporary Music Festival. see also: Radio ("Festival of Song"); Music, School of-Midwestern Conference; Bands-Extension Program; Bands-High School Band Clinic; Glee Club; Organ (for Conference on Organ Music))

 
Music, School of-Honors Program.

(see:;Honors Program.)

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Music, School of-Midwestern Conference on School Vocal and Instrumental Music. 1946-

(For earlier groups see also: Music, School of-Extension Program; Midwestern Music Conference.)

 
Music, School of-Summer session program

(For general series see Music, School of. For programs by a special group see that group, e.g.: Stanley Quartet; Chamber Music; Bands-Summer Session Band; Music, School of-Extension)

 
Music Education, Dept. of.

(see: Music, School of.)

 
Music festivals.

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program.)

 
Music School Assembly. Student Council group.

(see: Music, School of)

 
Music series.

(Includes: Choral Union Series; Extra Concert Series; May Festival; "Messiah"; Summer Concert Series; Chamber Arts Series; Dance Festival; Dance Series; University Musical Society (and all performances sponsored by University Musical Society except Chamber Music Festival-see below) see also: Music Series-Chamber Music Festival; Hill Auditorium.)

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 1921-1929
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 1930-1933
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 1934-1937
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 1938-1943
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 1944-1945
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 1946-1947
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 1948-1949
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 1949-1950
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 1951-June 1952
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 July 1953-1954
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 1954
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 1955-1956
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 1957
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 1958-August 1965
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Jan  1965-August 1969
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 September 1969-August 1970
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 September 1970-August 1971
Box   41  
 September 1971-August 1972
Box   41  
 September 1972-August 1973
Box   41  
 September 1973-
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Music Series-Chamber Music Festival

((note: only for University Musical Society sponsored Chamber Music Festival. see also: (for other groups): Stanley Quartet; Chamber Music; Music Series (for Chamber Arts Series).)

 
Music teachers.

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program. Musket. (Men's Union Show) 1956-. see: Union Opera 1956-.)

 
Muslim Students Association

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and Near East.)

 
N [subseries]
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NAACP.

(see card for National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.)

 
N.R.O.T.C.

(see: Naval Science, Dept. of)

 
Ralph Naefus Club.

(see: Philosophy, Dept. of)

 
(John) Nakamura House

(see: Intercooperative Council, Inc. (card). (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP).

(see: Race Relations; Race Problems (general file); Ann Arbor-Societies-I-N.)

 
National Association of Foreign Student Advisors.

(see: Foreign Students)

 
National Defense Education Act.

(see: Loan Funds.)

 
National Intercollegiate Air Meet.

(see: Societies-Aero.)

 
National Lawyers Guild.

(see: Societies-Law School.)

 
National Moot Court.

(see: Law School-Case Clubs.)

 
National Music Camp (Interlochen).

(see: Interlochen Music Camp)

 
National Sanitation Foundation.

(An independent organization using university facilities. see: Public Health, School of)

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National Student Association. Started 1946- (2 folders)

(Includes the International Student Association)

 
National Student Congress, 1950.

(see: National Student Association)

 
National Student Cooperative League.

(see: (card)-Intercoopertive Council, Inc.; (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
National Student League.

(see: Political Clubs-National Student League.)

 
Natural Resources, School of.

(Created 1950. Includes Dept. of Conservation, Fisheries; Forestry, Wildlife Management; Wood Technology)

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 1950-October 1953
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 November 1953-1962
Box   41  
 1963
Box   42  
Natural Resources in World Affairs.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1949).)

 
Natural Science Building Exhibits.

(see: Science. (Except for the gen collection-see Mineralogy, Dept. of))

 
Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering, Dept. of

(see: Engineering College-Marine and mechanical.)

 
Naval Reserve Officers Training Corps

(see: Naval Science, Dept. of.)

 
Naval Science, Dept. of.

(see also: R.0.T.C. (joint actions); WW2-Army and Navy Education programs; Societies-Military; Ann Arbor-Defense (local non-university reserve units and Armed Forces Day).)

 
NROTC
Box   42  
 1923-1954
Box   42  
 1955
 
Navy Conference Research.

(Sponsored by the Office of Naval Research and conducted by Dr. Heyns and others in the Psychology Dept. see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
(Ralph) Neafus Club.

(see: Political Clubs-Communist; Political Clubs-Progressive Club; Student Workers Federation. Named for a student active in all three groups.)

 
Near East Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and the Near East.)

 
Near East Expeditions.

(see: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions)

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Near Eastern Studies, Dept. of.

(see also: Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions; Fine Arts, Dept. Islamic Art)

Box   42  
Near Eastern Studies-Expeditions.

(Includes: Near East Expeditions: Egypt and Asia Minor (Kelsey and Waterman); Antioch of Psidia, Egypt (Kelsey and others); Fel Umar, Iraq (Waterman); Karamis, Egypt (Starkey, Peterson, Boak, etc.) Near Eastern Studies Expeditions: Syria (Cameron) Persia (Iraq) (Cameron); Mt. Behistun (Cameron). see also: men involved and Kelsey Museum of Archaeology; Near Eastern Studies-Mesopotamia. Expeditions)

Box   42  
Near Eastern Studies-Mesopotamia Expedition. At Seleucia to study Parthian history. Led by Waterman.
 
Needs.

(see: Finances.)

 
Nell Gwyn Company. Amateur groups for the production of Shakespeare's plays.

(see: Dramatics-Faculty and town groups.)

 
Clifford T. Nelson Award.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Nelson International House.

(see: Cooperative Rooming and Boarding Projects.; Foreign Students-Housing.)

 
Neptune Film Society.

(see: Moving Pictures.)

 
Neuropsychiatric Institute.

(see: Psychiatry.)

 
Neuropsychiatric Institute Journal Club.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Neurosis Center.

(see: Veterans Readjustment Center.)

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New Education Fellowship, 8th International Conference of (Summer, 1941).
 
New Mobilization.

(see: Activism.)

 
New University Conference (NUC. March 1968-.)

(see: Societies-G-P.)

 
Newcomers Guide.

(see: University Relations Service. Newman Club. see: Religion-Churches-Catholic.)

 
News Dissemination Service.

(see: University Relations Service)

 
Nichols Arboretum.

(see: Botany, Dept. of)

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North Campus.

(Includes buildings. see also: Phoenix Project; Water Pollution Research; Building Program; Research sponsored by the University see Phoenix Project-Research; Engineering, College of-; North Campus; various departments-; Research sponsored by non-University firms see: North Campus-Research by non-University firms.)

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North Campus-Research by non-university firms.

(Includes: Parke, Davis and Co.; Bendix Aviation Corp. (Systems Division).)

 
North Campus 'Fluids Lab. Building

(see: North Campus. Activities see: Engineering, College of-North Campus and departments doing research or North Campus-Research by non-University firms.)

 
Novelaires. Quartet with the Men's Glee Club.

(see: Glee Clubs.)

 
Nu Sigma Nu. Medical Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Nuclear Engineering Congresses.

(see: Phoenix Project-Institutes and ...)

 
Nuclear Engineering Program.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research.)

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Nurses.

(see also: Hospitals; Medical School)

 
O [subseries]
 
Oaths (loyalty).

(see: Radicals (general) December 1941 Societies-Faculty (for A.A.U.P. attitudes); Employees (for research staff, etc.))

 
Observatory.

(Includes Observatory Journal Club and open house nights.)

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 1920-1933
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 1934-1944
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 1945-1954
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 1955-1964
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 1965-
 
Occupational Therapy.

(see: Hospitals.)

 
Oceanography.

(see: Meteorology and Oceanography.)

 
Odonto Ball.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
Off Campus Expansion.

(see: Expansion)

 
Office of Naval Research.

(see: For IRIA projects see:)

 
Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Institute; For NCA programs

(see: Psychology, Dept. of.)

 
Office of Research Administration (ORA).

(Est. January 1961 through reorganization of the Univ. Research Institute (UMRI, now defunct). ORA will be responsible for all categories of Univ. research, but will not itself conduct research. see Institute of Science and Technology; Division of Research Development and Administration)

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Office of Special Services and Programs
 
Office of Student Affairs.

(see: Dean-Men; Dean-Women; Student Affairs, Office of (1962-).)

 
Office personnel.

(see: Employees.)

 
Offices.

(For location of temporary offices for any department see: Administration)

 
Official Publications.

(see: Publications.)

 
Officials Club.

(see: Athletics-Intramural-Women.)

 
Oil Can Award.

(see: Sigma Delta Chi.)

 
Okayama University, Japan. Social Science Research Center.

(From 1950-6 a Field Station 1956-created Social Science Research Center. see: Far Eastern Studies.)

 
Old Age.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Gerontology, Division of.)

 
(El) Oliver School.

(see: Vocational Education and Practical Arts, .,Dept. of)

 
Olympic Ball.

(Dance sponsored by PE Dept. for men, PE Dept. for women, and M Club. see Physical Education for Men, Dept. of)

 
Omega Phi (Women's literary society).

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Omicron Kappa Upsilon. Dental Honorary Society.

(see: Dentistry, School of)

 
"Once" Festival, Concerts.

(see: Music; University Activities Center (when part of Creative Arts Festival).)

 
Opera.

(Joint production of the Schools of Music and Speech. Includes also operas from the Repertory Players (summer session) and early Gilbert and Sullivan operettas. For current operettas see: Dramatics-Repertory Players; Gilbert and Sullivan Society.)

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 1930-1956
Box   42  
 1957
 
Operation 4006. (Radio Broadcasting of the Speech Dept.)

(see: Radio.)

 
Operation Tracer.

(soil study. see: Phoenix Project-Research)

 
Opportunity Awards.

(see: Scholarships.)

 
Oratorical Association.  1921-1956
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 1921-1928
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 1928/29-1929/30
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Box 421930/31/-1932/33
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 1933/34-1935/36
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 1936/37-1940/41
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 1941/42-1945/46
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1946/47/1948/49
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 1948/49-1953/54
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 1955-
 
Oratorical Series. (1936)
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Orchestras

(Includes materials on the Symphony Orchestra, Little Symphony, Summer Session Symphony, University String Orchestra, Repertory Orchestra, Extension Orchestra, University Concert Orchestra (amateurs), Symphonic Swing Orchestra, Michigan Orchestral Festival, Michigan Civic Orchestra Association, University Philharmonia)

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 1930-1955
Box   43  
 1956-
Box   43  
Organ.

(Includes concerts. Conference on Organ Music.)

 
Organization for Tropical Studies.

(A cooperative program maintaining Center for Tropical Studies in San Juan, Costa Rica). see: Biological Sciences, Division of)

 
Oriental Language and Literature, Dept. of (1948)

(see: Far Eastern Studies.)

 
Orientation.

(see: Freshmen)

 
Orthotics Research Project.

(see: Medical Center.)

 
(Harold) Osterweil House.

(see: (card)-Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.; (folder Cooperative rooming and boarding projects))

 
Outdoor Education Club.

(see: Societies-Outing.)

 
Outing.

(see: Societies-Outing. r)

 
The Overland Stage, see Dramatics-Student group
 
(Robert) Owen House.

(see: (card)-Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.; (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
P [subseries]
 
P Bell (Pretzel Bell).

(see: Traditions)

 
Pacific Expeditions. Led by Prof. Pollock.

(see: Expeditions-Pacific.)

 
Pakistan Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia Paleontology. see: Geology, Dept. of)

 
Palladium. Early yearbook of the fraternities.

(see: Michiganensian)

 
(Alice Freeman) Palmer House.

(see: (card)-Intercooperative Council, Inc. (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
Palmer (Alice Freeman) Professorship.

(see: Alumnae Council.)

 
Pan Hellenic.

(see: Sororities. Pan Hellenic.)

 
Papyri Conservation Task Force.
 
Papyri Collections.

(see: Classical. Studies, Dept. of; Library-Manuscripts and Papyri Faculty-Kelsey, Francis W.)

 
Parents' Education Institute.

(see: Extension-Parent-Teacher program.)

 
Parke, Davis, Co.

(see: North Campus-Research by non-university firms.)

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Parking System and Regulations.

(see also: Students'. Autos)

 
Parleys.

(see: Spring Parley.)

 
Pasteur Institute.

(see: Medical School; medical School-Research.)

 
Pastors' Conference.

(see: Extension-Pastors' Conference.)

 
Patterns of American Culture: Contributions of the Negro

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1956))

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Peace Corps  1961

(see also: U.S. Peace Corps.)

 
Peace Movements.

(see also: Peace-War (general file); Peace Corps; Center for Research on Conflict Resolution; Pegasus Club. (see: Riding)

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 1935-1937
Box   43  
 1937/38-1938/39
Box   43  
1939/40-1961
Box   43  
 1962-
 
(Edward) Pendleton Fellowships.

(see: Fellowships)

 
Pendleton Library.

(see: Union)

 
Penny Carnival.

(see: Women-Penny Carnival.)

 
Pensions.

(see: Annuities, etc.)

 
Peoples' Songs, Inc.

(see: Glee Clubs-Misc.)

 
Pep Band.

(see: Bands-Wolverine and Varsity)

 
Pep Rallies.

(see: Athletics-"Pep")

 
Pershing Rifles.

(see: R.O.T.C.)

 
Persian Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Africa and Near East.)

 
Personnel.

(see: Employees.)

 
Perspectives. Literary supplement. to the Daily.

(see: Student Publications-Literary.)

 
Pharmacology, Dept. of.

(see: Medical School.)

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Pharmacy, College of
 
Phi Alpha Delta (Legal fraternity).

(see: Societies-Law School Phi Alpha Kappa. see: Professional Fraternities)

 
Phi Beta Kappa.

(see: Societies-Phi Beta Kappa)

 
Phi Chi. Professional Medical Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Phi Chi Theta. (National Prof. Businesswomen's Frat.)

(see: Societies-Bus. Ad.)

 
Phi Delta Chi. National Professional Pharmacy Frat.

(see: Pharmacy, College of)

 
Phi Delta Delta. Women's legal society.

(see: Societies-Law School.)

 
Phi Delta Epsilon. Medical Fraternity.

(see: Societies' Medical School.)

 
Phi Delta Kappa. National Honorary Education Society.

(see: Societies-Education.)

 
Phi Epsilon Kappa. National Honorary Physical Education Fraternity.

(see: Athletics-Societies.)

 
Phi Eta Sigma.

(see: Societies-Phi Eta Sigma.)

 
Phi Kappa Phi. see; Societies-Phi Kappa Phi.
 
Phi Lambda Kappa.

(see: Professional Fraternities.)

 
Phi Lambda Theta.

(see: societies-Education.)

 
Phi Lambda Upsilon. (National honorary chemical society).

(see: Societies-Chemistry.)

 
Phi Mu Alpha. Sinfonia. National Music Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Music.)

 
Phi Sigma 1915-. (Biological Honorary Fret.)

(see: Zoology Dept.)

 
Phi Rho Sigma. Professional Medical Fraternity.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Phi Tau Alpha. Latin and Greek Honorary.

(see: Societies-Foreign Lang.)

 
Phileutherian Society.

(see: Societies-G-P)

 
Philippine Fund Drive.

(see: Student Government (1950))

 
PEN.

(see: Physical Education for Men, Dept. of)

 
Philippine-Michigan Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies S.A. and Philippines)

 
Philippines Expedition. Led by Dr. Guthe.

(see: Expeditions-Pacific.)

 
Philippines. University. Institute of Public Administration.

(see: Institute of Public Administration)

 
(Henry) Phillips Scholarships.

(see: Scholarships)

 
Philosophical Club.

(see: Societies-Faculty)

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Philosophy, Dept. of
 
Phoenix Project.

(Includes fund raising. buildings, and general data. see also: Phoenix Project-Research; Phoenix Project-Institutes and Conference Engineering, College of-North Campus; Engineering, College of-ERI; North Campus (buildings).)

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 1949-1949
Box   43  
 1950
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 1951-1954
Box   43  
 1955-
Box   43  
Phoenix Project-Institutes and Conferences.

(Includes also allied agencies and societies.)

 
Phoenix Project-Research.

(Includes Alice Crocker Lloyd Memorial Isotope Research Lab.; Alice Crocker Lloyd Radiation Therapy Center, Phoenix Radioisotope Lab.; Plant Nutrition Lab., 'Phoenix Radiocarbon Dating Lab.; Fission Products Lab; Institute for Regional Research; see also: Institute of Industrial Health; Institute for Social Research-SRC; Engineering, College of-ERI)

Box   43  
 1948-1957
Box   43  
 1958-
 
Phoenix Radioisotope Laboratory.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research.)

 
Photography.

(see: Contests-Club Societies-G-P; Collection-/ Fine Arts, Dept. of; Photographic Services/ Service Enterprises Courses/ Architecture and Design, College of)

Box   43  
Photoreproduction Services.
 
Physical Anthropology Laboratory.

(see: Anthropology, Dept. of)

 
Physical Education Club. for Men, .

(for Women. see Athletics-Societies)

 
Physical Education for Men, Dept. of (PEM) 1921-(?)

(Includes general information, clinics for men and women, Olympic Ball, coaching school, Waterman Gym, WW2; special training programs, etc. For intramural sports see: Athletics-Intramural. For intercollegiate sports see: Athletics, Athletics (list)

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 1920-1939
Box   43  
 1940-1941
 
Physical Education for Women, Dept. of 1927-

(Includes administration of required athletics, building program (Barbour Gym, Women's Athletic Bldg., Palmer Field), staff, etc. see also: Athletics-W.A.A.; Athletics (list of individual sports.)

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 1920-1934
Box   43  
 1935-
 
Physics, Dept. of.

(Includes Biophysical Research Center, (before 1960))

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 1923-1934
Box   43  
 1935-1941
Box   43  
 1932-
 
Physics Club.
 
Pi Kappa Lambda. National Honorary Society.

(see: Societies-Music)

 
Pi Lambda Theta. National Education Honorary for Women.

(see: Societies-Education.)

 
Pi Sigma Alpha. Political Science Honorary 1920-

(see: Political Science, Dept. of)

 
Pi Tau PI Sigma. Signal Corps honorary.

(see: R.O.T.C.)

 
Pi Tau Sigma (Mechanical Eng. Frat.).

(see: Societies-Engineering.)

 
Piano Conference 1950-

(see: Music, School of-Extension Program)

 
Pictures-Loan.

(see: Art Print Loan Collection. (For those loaned to schools see Extension Audio-Visual Education Center).)

 
Pilot Project.

(see: Literary College. (for material on Honors Housing, see: Dormitories (General).)

 
PIRGIM. See Public Interest Research Group
 
Placement Services.

(see: Bureau of Appointments and Occupational Info. Name of Agency was changed to Placement Services, September 1968.)

 
Planaria Research Group.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of; Faculty-McConnell, James V.)

 
Plant Department.

(see: Buildings and Grounds. see also: Employees.)

 
Plant Nutrition Lab.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research.)

 
Plasma Engineering Laboratory.

(see: Engineering, College of-North Campus.)

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Plates.
 
Play Production (3 Act Plays)

(see also: English Dept.; Dramatics (1 Act and misc.); Dramatics-Repertory Players (summer session); Dramatics-Dramatic Festival)

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 1924-1931
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 1932-1936
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 1937-1944
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 1945-1951
Box   44  
 1952-1956
Box   44  
 1957-
 
Play Production (summer session).

(see: Dramatics-Repertory Players.)

 
Players.

(see: Dramatics-Student groups (misc.))

 
Plays. see card for Dramatics.
 
Poetry Readings.

(see: Lecture and Poetry Series. Poetry Society. see Societies-Literary.)

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Point System.
 
Poison Information and Therapy Control Center.

(see: Hospitals (1958-).)

 
Polar Research Laboratory (i.e. Glacial Geology and Polar Research. Lab. Estab. 1961).

(see: Institute of Science and Technology.)

 
Police.

(see: Crime; Students' Automobiles; Community Relations; Extension-Law Enforcement;)

 
Poliomyelitis Vaccine Evaluation Center.

(see: Public health, School of; Faculty-Dr. Francis.)

 
Polish Language.

(see: Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of.)

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Political Clubs.

(Contains general items. Contains misc. groups: University Progressive Council, Liberal Discussion Group, National Student Congress Against War, Michigan League Against War, Committee for the Advance of Capitalistic Enterprise, Michigan Party, Michigan Student Alliance, etc. Independent Socialist Club. For major individual clubs see the cards following: see also: Radicals; Race Problems; Free Speech.)

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Political Clubs-Americans for Democratic Action (ADA). Political
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Clubs-Challenge.
Box   44  
Political Clubs-Civil Liberties Committee.

(see also: Censorship)

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Political Clubs-Committee for Liberal Action.

(Formed as the Pest-war Council, 1942 to study post-war problems. Reorganized in 1945 as the Committee for Liberal Action.)

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Political Clubs-Communist.

(see also: Radicals (for investigations by congressional committees); Michigan Forum (debates).)

 
Political Clubs-Democrats.

(Contains Young Democrats and allied groups.)

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 1928-1955
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 1956-
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Political Clubs-International Relations.

(see also: Political Clubs (for societies for peace); Political Clubs-United World Federalists; Political Clubs-Committee for Liberal Action.)

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Political Clubs-Labor Youth League.

((Succeeded the Michigan YDA). see also: Radicals (for congressional investigation, 1954.))

 
Political Clubs-Michigan Youth for Democratic Action. (MYDA).

(Affiliated with American Youth for Democracy. Includes the Michigan Committee for Academic Freedom.)

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 1940-1947
Box   44  
 1947-
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Political Clubs-National Student League.
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Political Clubs-Non-partisan groups.
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Political Club-Political Issues Club 1956-.
 
Political Clubs-Progressive Club

(Affiliated with American Student Union Published "Student Advocate".)

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 1935-1939
Box   44  
 1940-
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Political Clubs-Progressives.

(Includes Young Progressive Citizens of America, Progressive Party, etc.; Students for Effective Action. see also: Political Clubs-Democrats (for Students for Wallace).)

 
Political Clubs-Republicans.

(Contains Young Republicans and allied groups. see also: Political Clubs-Democrats (for jt. debates).)

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 1926-1955
Box   44  
 1956-
Box   44  
Political Clubs-Round Table Club.

(Affiliated with League for Industrial Democracy. see also: Political Clubs-Vanguard Club.)

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Political Clubs-Socialist.

(Includes Democratic Socialist Club, League for Liberal Action. see also: Coop. Rooming and Boarding Houses-(for "Socialist House").)

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Political Clubs-Student Defenders of Democracy.

(Affiliated with Student League of America)

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Political Clubs-Student Workers Federation.

(Includes Bowling Alley Strike, 1937.)

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Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society. ("Voice" is local chapter of SDS).
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Political Clubs-United World Federalists.
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Political Clubs-Vanguard Club.
 
Political Issues Club.

(see: Political Clubs-Political Issues Club.)

 
Political Science, Dept. of.

(see also: Bureau of Government; Institute of Public Administration; Administration (for temporary assignments of offices only).)

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 1932-1955
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 1956-
 
Political Science Roundtable. A graduate lecture series.

(see: Political Science, Dept. of.)

 
Polls.

(see: Campus Opinion. see also: Elections; Bureau of Survey Research.)

 
Pollution (Anti) Activity.

(see: Natural Resources, School of.)

 
Polonia Club. (Students from Poland)

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe)

 
Popular Arts in America

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1953).)

 
Population and Human Ecology Research Program. Studies.
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Population Studies.
 
Portia.

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical.)

 
Portuguese Language and Literature.

(see: Romance Lang. and Lit. Dept. of Post Office. see: Buildings and Grounds.)

 
Post-War Conference.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1945))

 
Post-War Council.

(see: Political Clubs-Committee for Liberal Action (new name after 1945-).)

 
Powder and Horn. Honorary for Musket (Union Opera) founded 1957.

(see: Union Opera 1956-.)

 
Power, Eugene B. (Regent)

(see: Regents; Power Center for the Performing Arts. University Microfilms, Inc. (Gen. File for alleged conflict of interest)

 
Power Center for the Performing Arts.
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Prejudice.

(see: Race Relations.)

 
Pre-Medical Society.

(see: Societies-Medical School.)

 
Prescott Club.

(see: Pharmacy, College of.)

 
Presidential Commission on Student Decision Making.

(see: Student, Faculty, Administration Relations.)

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Presidents.

(For biblio. see,Bibliography; see also: Tappan, Henry Phillip (1852-63); Haven, Erastus O. (1863-9); Angell, James Burril (1871-1909); Hutchins, Harry Burns (1910-20); Burton, Marion (1920-5); Little, Clarence Cook (1925-9); Ruthven, Alexander G. (1929-51); Hatcher, Harlan H. (1951-68); Fleming, Robben W. (1968-))

 
Presidents Club.

(see: Finances-Alumni Aid. Press. see: Publications.)

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Press Building. (for student publications).
 
Press Club.

(see also: Journalism, Dept. of)

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Press Club Fellowships.

(see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange Students.)

 
Principal-Freshmen Conference.

(see: Freshmen.)

 
Printing Office.

(see: Publications.)

 
Prison Courses 1930-. lee: Extension-Southeastern Area.
 
Prizes and Awards.

(see also: Societies and departments sponsoring: Faculty Awards and Fellowships; Hopwood Awards; Art, Student; Loan Funds; Scholarships; Fellowships; Union (for contests); Russel (Henry) Awards and Lecture)

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Prizes and Awards  1957 (LIST)

  • Air Force Association Silver Medal;
  • Alpha Chi Sigma Award;
  • Alpha Kappa Psi Medallion;
  • Alpha Rho Chi Medal (Arch);
  • Alumni War Memorial Award;
  • Amer. Bureau of Shipping Prize (Naval Arch.);
  • Amer. Inst. of Architect's Book Award;
  • Amer. Inst. of Architect's Medal;
  • Amer. Inst. of Chemist's Award;
  • Amer. Military Eng. Awards;
  • Armed Forces Chemical Association Award;
  • Arnold Air Society Award.;
  • Association of the U.S. Army Medal;
  • B'nai B'rith Lodge Award Bronson-Thomas Prize;
  • Broomfield Essay Competition;
  • Business Leadership Award;
  • W.J. Bryan Prizes (Pol. Sc.);
  • Bursley Mechanical Engineering. Award;
  • Chi Omega Prize (Soc.);
  • Chicago Trib. Gold Medal;
  • Chicago Trib. Silver Medal;
  • Debating Awards;
  • Distinguished AFROTC Cadet;
  • Distinguished Chemistry Scholar Award;
  • Domovan Award (Eng.);
  • Forestry Faculty Award;
  • Ford Testimonial (Speech);
  • French Govt. Racine Medal;
  • Gomberg Chemistry Awards; Groesbeck Memorial;
  • Higbie Award (Design); Continued.
  • Honor Debater Award;
  • Hopwood Awards (see: Hopwood Awards MiU4);
  • Inter-Athletic Conf. Medal (see: Athletic);
  • Kuthe-Hildner Award (German);
  • Krom Prize (Soc.);
  • Lehn-Fink Prize (Pharm.);
  • Marian Sarah Parker Memorial Award;
  • Merck Award (Chem., Pharm.);
  • Morton Trophy (see: Athletics);
  • Minnis Prize (Chem.);
  • Osterweil Prize (Eco.);
  • Owen Memorial Award (Journalism);
  • Phi Lambda Upsilon Awards (Chem., Eng.);
  • Pi Kappa Lambda Freshman Awards (Music);
  • Reserve Officers Association Medal; Rho Chi Prize (Pharm.);
  • Schiff Memorial Award (Interfaith);
  • Schwaibold Senior Prize (German);
  • Scott Freshman Prize;
  • Scott Senior Awards (see also: Fellowships)
  • Sigma Alpha Iota Award (Music);
  • Sigma Delta Chi Awards (Journalism.);
  • Stanley Medal (Music);
  • Superior Cadet Ribbon;
  • Wright Memorial Prize (Forestry);
  • Yost honor Award (seer Athletics);
  • Daverman-Honor Award (Architecture);
  • Walter B. Pillsbury Award in Experimental Psychology (Psych);
  • Bain- Swiggett Poetry Prize;
  • Cooley Essay Contest;
  • Alice Elizabeth Kalom Memorial Award;
  • Fajans Award. (see: Chemistry Dept.)
  • Procedural Law Revision, Joint Committee on Michigan. (see: Law School- Legal Research.)

 
Air Force Association Silver Medal;
 
Alpha Chi Sigma Award;
 
Alpha Kappa Psi Medallion;
 
Alpha Rho Chi Medal (Arch);
 
Alumni War Memorial Award;
 
Amer. Bureau of Shipping Prize (Naval Arch.);
 
Amer. Inst. of Architect's Book Award;
 
Amer. Inst. of Architect's Medal;
 
Amer. Inst. of Chemist's Award;
 
Amer. Military Eng. Awards;
 
Armed Forces Chemical Association Award;
 
Arnold Air Society Award.;
 
Association of the U.S. Army Medal;
 
B'nai B'rith Lodge Award Bronson-Thomas Prize;
 
Broomfield Essay Competition;
 
Business Leadership Award;
 
W.J. Bryan Prizes (Pol. Sc.);
 
Bursley Mechanical Engineering. Award;
 
Chi Omega Prize (Soc.);
 
Chicago Trib. Gold Medal;
 
Chicago Trib. Silver Medal;
 
Debating Awards;
 
Distinguished AFROTC Cadet;
 
Distinguished Chemistry Scholar Award;
 
Domovan Award (Eng.);
 
Forestry Faculty Award;
 
Ford Testimonial (Speech);
 
French Govt. Racine Medal;
 
Gomberg Chemistry Awards; Groesbeck Memorial;
 
Higbie Award (Design); Continued.
 
Honor Debater Award;
 
Hopwood Awards (see: Hopwood Awards 4itf);
 
Inter-Athletic Conf. Medal (see: Athletic);
 
Kuthe-Hildner Award (German);
 
Krom Prize (Soc.);
 
Lehn-Fink Prize (Pharm.);
 
Marian Sarah Parker Memorial Award;
 
Merck Award (Chem., Pharm.);
 
Morton Trophy (see: Athletics);
 
Minnis Prize (Chem.);
 
Osterweil Prize (Eco.);
 
Owen Memorial Award (Journalism);
 
Phi Lambda Upsilon Awards (Chem., Eng.);
 
Pi Kappa Lambda Freshman Awards (Music);
 
Reserve Officers Association Medal; Rho Chi Prize (Pharm.);
 
Schiff Memorial Award (Interfaith);
 
Schwaibold Senior Prize (German);
 
Scott Freshman Prize;
 
Scott Senior Awards

(see also: Fellowships)

 
Sigma Alpha Iota Award (Music);
 
Sigma Delta Chi Awards (Journalism.);
 
Stanley Medal (Music);
 
Superior Cadet Ribbon;
 
Wright Memorial Prize (Forestry);
 
Yost honor Award (seer Athletics);
 
Daverman-Honor Award (Architecture);
 
Walter B. Pillsbury Award in Experimental Psychology (Psych);
 
Bain-Swiggett Poetry Prize;
 
Cooley Essay Contest;
 
Alice Elizabeth Kalom Memorial Award;
 
Fajans Award.

(see: Chemistry Dept.)

 
Procedural Law Revision, Joint Committee on Michigan.

(see: Law School-Legal Research.)

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Professional and Administrative Staff Services
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Professional Sororities.
 
Professional Sororities (LIST)-1957.

  • Alpha Epsilon Iota (Med.);
  • Lambda Kappa Sigma (Phar.);
  • Mu Phi Epsilon (Music);
  • Phi Chi Theta (BA);
  • Pi Lambda Theta (Ed.);
  • Sigma Alpha Iota (Med.);
  • Theta Sigma Phi (Journalism)
  • Zeta Phi Eta (Speech).

 
Professional Theater Program.

(see: Dramatics-Professional Theater Program.)

 
Professorships, Memorial and Named.

(see: Faculty. For individual appointments, see: Faculty-Name of individual.)

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Program for Educational and Social Change
 
Program for Research in Population and Human Ecology.

(see: Institute of Public Administration.)

 
Program in International Business.

(see: Business Administration. School of.)

 
Progressive Club.

(see: Political Clubs-Progressive Club. Progressives. see: Political Clubs-Progressives.)

 
Prohibition.

(see also: Union-Forums (1931 33, etc.))

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"Project Michigan" (Program in battle area surveillance, originally under the direction of ERI).

(see: Engineering College-Engineering Research Inst.; Institute of Science and Technology.)

 
Project Outreach.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of Property Control. see: Buildings and Grounds.)

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Proposed Merger with Wayne University.
 
Prosthetics Shop.

(see: Medical Center.)

 
Protest Movements.

(see: Activism (for. Vietnam protest "Teach-in" 1965 or similar protests); Political Clubs (for activities of particular groups; Peace Movements; Race Problems (for protests against discrimination involving faculty or students); Radicals.)

 
Protestant Foundation (Counselor) for International Students.

(see: Religious Affairs, Office of.)

 
Psurfs. Law School singing group.

(see: Glee Clubs-Misc.)

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Psychiatry.

(Includes: Neuropsychiatric Institute 1939-. Children's Service (of the NPI); Children's Psychiatric Unit (in the Children's Hospital); Psychiatry, Dept. of (in the Medical School); see also: Mental Health Research Institute; Psychology, Dept. of; Hospitals; Veterans Readjustment Center; Medical School; U.S. Veterans Administration-Hospitals)

 
Psychiatry, Dept. of.

(see: Psychiatry.)

 
Psycholinguistics Program.

(see: Center for Research on Language and Language Behavior.)

 
Psychological Clinic.

(Former name to 1945 of the Bureau of Psychological Services. see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services.)

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Psychology, Dept. of
 
Psychology Colloquium. Graduate Psycho. Club.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
Psychology Journal Club.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
Public Administration.

(see: Institute of Public Administration)

 
Public Health, School of

((Includes Public Health Club). see also: Bureau of Public Health Economics; Hospitalization Plan)

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Public Health School of Thomas Francis Jr. Memorial Lecture
 
Public Health Economic, Bureau of.

(see: Bureau of Public Health Economics.)

 
Public Information Service.

(see: University Relations Service)

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Public Interest Research Group (PIRGIM)
 
Public opinion surveys.

(see: Institute for Social Research Survey Research Center.)

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Public Policy in a World at War. (Graduate Study course
 
summer, 1941). Lectures published in Annals of the American Academy. November 1941.
 
Public Utilities, programs in.

(see: Business Administration, School of.)

 
Publications --Clippings

(see also: Alumni Publications; Faculty publications; Student Publications; Museums; U.M. News)

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 1954-1963
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 1964-
 
Publications Distributions Service.

(see: Publications. Publicity. see: University Relations Service.)

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Purchasing, Office of

(Includes Paper Conservation Task Force)

 
Q [subseries]
 
Quadrangle (Literary Society)

(see: Societies-Literary)

 
Quadrantic Club. First campus women's club.

(see: Societies-Women.)

 
Quakers.

(see: Religion-Churches-Friends Society.)

 
Quarterdeck (Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering Honorary:

(see: Societies-Engineering.)

 
Quarto.

(see: Clements Library-Quarto.)

 
Quest for Social Security.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1950).)

 
R [subseries]
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ROTC (Reserve Officers Training Corp).

(Includes Dept. of Military Science and Tactics. see also: Societies-Military; World War II-Army and Navy Education programs; Military Affairs, Office of (selective service); Ann Arbor-Defense (for local non-univ. units and Armed Forces Day). Activism (for ROTC protests).)

 
Race Relations.

(see also: Student Govt.; Dorms-Men-IHC; Dorms-Women; Fraternities-IFC; Sororities-Panhellenic; Housing; Foreign Students-Housing; Scholarships (for Opportunity Awards))

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Rackham (Horace H.) Educational Memorial (Detroit).

(see: Extension-Detroit (pamphlets), (clippings).)

 
Radar. Before  1959

(see: Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Institute. 1959 see: Institute of Science and Tech.)

 
Radar and Optics Laboratory see Institute of Science and Technology
 
Radical Caucus (Schismatc group  1968-1977

(see: Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Soc.)

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Radical College.
 
Radical Education Project.

(see: Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society.)

 
Radical Students Union.

(see: Michigan-Political Clubs-Students for a Democratic Society.)

 
Radicals.

(Includes congressional investigations and individuals. For groups see also: Political Clubs-Communist; Labor Youth League; Michigan Youth for Democratic Action; Student Workers Fed.; Student Defenders of Democracy; Vanguard Club; National Student League; Progressive Club; Hound Table Club; Socialist-Civil Liberties Comm.; Radicals-May Day Incident; Radicals-Radulovich Case; Free Speech; Academic Freedom; Faculty-Davis, H. Chandler; For groups see also Alumni-Miller, Arthur; Faculty-Nicherson, Mark; Faculty-. Man-Mar (Markart); see also: card under MiU-Protest Movements; Cooperative Stores (for Book Store controversy); Activism (for ROTC protest);)

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Radicals-May Day Incident (1934).
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Radicals-Radulovich Case.
 
Radio.

(Includes University Broadcasting Service (except WUOM and television), radio work of the Speech Dept., extension and short wave broadcasting, conferences and institutes on radio (or jointly with TV). Extension stations used: WKAR, WPAG'; WJR, WMBC, WJBK, WERV. Short wave station: W8AXZ (polar). Speech Dept. WMDS see also: Radio-WUOM (FM stations 1948-; Radio-Student Projects; Television)

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Radio-Educational Applications.

(see: Radio (For Educational Television and Radio Center, Ann Arbor-non-university see Television-Educational Applications) (general file).)

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Radio-Student Projects.

(Includes Radio Guild: West Quad (WARS), East Quad (WEQN) and,united service of Quads (WCBN).)

 
Radio-WUOM.

(Began operating 1948. For previous discussions (see: Radio. Flint section (WAJL-FM, which became WFUM) added in 1952. see also: Radio (for joint programs with WERV, University Broadcasting Service, and Speech Dept.))

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Radio Astronomy.

(see: Observatory; Space Research.)

 
Radio Guild.

(Student group run by the University Broadcasting Service prev. and now WUOM. see: Radio-Student Projects.)

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Radio Telescope.

(see: Observatory.)

 
Radiocarbon Dating Laboratory.

(see: Phoenix Project-Research.)

 
Radulovich Case.

(see: Radicals-Radulovich Case.)

 
Rapid Treatment Center (Venereal Disease Center)  1944-1950

(see: Hospitals.)

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Ratings

(see also: Universities and Colleges-Ratings)

 
Readers' Theatre.

(see: Societies-Zeta Phi Eta.)

 
Reading Improvement Services.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Bureau of Psychological Services.)

 
Real Estate Institute.

(see: Extension-Real Estate program.)

 
Recognition Night.

(see: Assembly.)

 
Regents

(see also: World War II-Administration Policy; Student, Faculty, Administration Relations (for conference: etc. with students).)

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(Includes items on Mrs. Cram, first woman regent-1929)

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(For Regent Power, see notes under Power, E.B)

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 1974
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Registration and Classification

(Includes Registration and Records Report). Directions for advisors: LD 325 .D6 (stacks); Directions for registration: LD 3261 .A25. see also: Enrollment.)

 
Regulations. see card Rules and Regulations.
 
Regulations (Official) concerning student conduct

(see: Dean-Men (to 1962); Student Affairs, Office of (1962-).)

 
Religion-clippings
 
General materials only.

(Includes statistics League plays, summer session vespers, etc. see also: Religion-Institutes, etc.; Religion-Churches (and individual churches following; Religion-Michigan Christian Fellowship; Religion-University Christian Federation;-School of; Religious Affairs, Office of; Student Christian Association (1858-1937); Student Religious Association (1937-1956); Student Religious Association. (1957-); Young Men's Christian Association (Includes YWCA);)

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Religious leaders

(see also: Faculty-Baldwin, De Witt; Faculty-Blakeman, Edward)

 
Chaplains

(see also: Hospitals)

 
Early lectures

(see: Campus Events)

 
Foreign lectures in religion Foreign Visitors
 
Goodwill Banquet see also Union-Activities-1930.
 
Scholarships see also Scholarships
 
Baldwin Lectures-see also Religion-Churches-Episcopal
 
Loud Lectures-see also Religion-Churches-Methodist
 
Pastor's Conference-see also Extension-Pastor's Conference
 
Character and Religion Education Workshops

(see also: Extension-Pastor's Conference)

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Religion-Churches.

(Includes general material and smaller groups: Eastern Orthodox (Greek Orthodox; Evangelical and Reformed; Grace Bible Church; Latter Day Saints (Mormons); Masons; Navoo League; Mennonite Fellowship; Salvation Army; Seventh Day Adventists; 'Theosophical Society. see also: Societies-Hillel (Bnai B'rith Hillel Foundation; Foreign Students-Societies-Africa (Muslim Student Association); Foreign Students-Societies-Asia (Hindu, Buddhist, etc.); Young Men's Christian Association (includes YWCA);)

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Religion-Churches-Baha'i.

(Includes Baha'i Student Group.)

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Religion-Churches-Baptist
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Religion-Churches-Catholic.
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Religion-Churches-Christian Reformed.
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Religion-Churches-Congregational.

(Combines Congregational Christian and Disciples of Christ Guild.)

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Religion-Churches-Episcopal.
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Combines Congregational Christian and Disciples of Christ Guild.Religion-Churches-Friends Society.

(Includes also Friends Center, an international co-operative for foreign students run by the Friends.)

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Religion Churches-Lutheran
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Religion-Churches-Methodist.
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Religion-Churches-Presbyterian.
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Religion-Churches-Unitarian.
 
Religion-Institutes, Conferences, etc. --clippings

(Includes conferences, workshops, etc. workshops, etc. Especially those of Student Christian Association (1858-1937), Student Religious Association (1937-56), and Student Religious Organization (1957-). For individual lectures see the groups sponsoring-the above and individual churches. List of chief conferences (to 1957); All-campus conference on Religion; American Standard Bible Committee meetings; Child's Approach to Religion Club (1932-). Conference on Religion (summer session); Ethics-By God or Men; Forum on Practical Religion; Freshman Roundtable Discussions; Institute on Religious Education; Interfaith Symposiums (see also: Student Religions Association); Inter-guild conferences; Michigan Student Christian Convocations; Mott Foundation Lectures on Religion (1953-); Orientation Sunday; Religion in Labor; Religion in Life Series (formerly called Religious Emphasis Week; (1931-); Religion Today Lectures (1954-formerly called Mott Found. Lectures on Religion); Religious Education Association meetings; Religious Emphasis Week, (1931-)-; Religious Symposium (1953); This I Believe Series; Workshops in Religion and Character Education. (see also: Extension-Pastor's Conference). Religion-Interguild. (see: Religion-University Christian Federation.)

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Religion-Michigan Christian Fellowship.-a non-denominational group, a chapter of Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship.
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Religion, School of.
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Religion-University Christian Federation (UCF) 1957-.

(Organization of 9 Protestant student groups who cooperate. Prey. called Interguild. Includes also Christian Federation Advisors (CFA), the professional counterpart of the UCF)

 
Religion, University Committee on Studies in.

(see: Religious Affairs, Office of.)

 
Religion in Life.

(Previously. called Religious Emphasis Week, 1931-. Also called Religion in Life Week. Series... Month. see: Student Religious Association; Religion-Institutes, etc. (earlier events only))

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Religious Affairs, Office of 1957-

(Includes (University) Committee on Studies in Religion, Office of Religious Affairs, Association of Religious Counselors (ARC), Protestant Foundation (counselor) for International Students, etc. see also: Religion-University Christian Federation (for Christian Federation Advisors (CFA).)

 
Religious Education Workshop.

(see: Extension-Pastors' Conference.)

 
Remedial Reading.

(see: Education, School of.)

 
Remote Sensing of Environment, Symposium on.

(see: Institute of Science and Technology.)

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Renaissance Studies, Graduate Conference on. (Summer, 1938).
 
Rent Strikes.

(see: Housing.)

 
Rental Properties. Service.

(see: Service Enterprises. Repertory Players. see: Dramatics-Repertory Players.)

 
Repression (Committee on Repression., Conference on Repression.).

(see: Activism)

 
Republicans. Student Activities

(see: Political Clubs-Republicans; Faculty and general see Elections-National, State and Local; names of individuals.)

 
Research.

(see also: Medical School-Research; Engineering, College of-Engineering Research Inst.; Institute for Social Res.; Law School-Legal Research; Office of Research Admin., 1961-.; Translation Service; Utilization of Human Resources; Finances.)

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Research -- DNA Controversy
 
Research (by non-university firms located on North Campus).

(see: North Campus-Research...)

 
Research Center for Group Dynamics.

(see: Institute for Social Research-Research Center for Group Dynamics.)

 
Research Club of' Language Learning.

(see: English Language Institute.)

 
Research Income Fund.

(Set up by-W.W. Cook and the Michigan legislature. see: Law School-W.W. Cook Foundation; Law School-Legal Research.)

 
Reserve Officers Training Corps.

(see: R.O.T.C.)

 
Residence Halls.

(see: Housing; Dorms (Men); Dorms (Women); Dorms (General); List of residence halls for men and women in preface of the current Student Directory.)

 
Residential College Plan.

(see: Literary College-Residential College.)

 
Residential College Players.

(see: Dramatics-Student Groups. Residential Education Program. see: Education, School of)

 
"Resistance".

(see: Peace Movements (An outgrowth of Student Peace UnionT7)

 
Respirator Center (polio).

(see: Hospitals.)

 
Retirement plans.

(see: Annuities.)

 
Rhetoric, Dept. of.

(see: English Lang. and Lit., Dept. of)

 
Rho Chi. Pharmaceutical Honorary Fraternity.

(see: Pharmacy, College of)

 
Rhodes Scholarships.

(see: Fellowships.)

 
Richard, Father Gabriel.

(see: Bibliography.)

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Riding.

(Includes University Woman's Riding Club, Crop and Saddle (women), Boots and Spurs (men), Pegasus Riding Club (1929-31).)

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Rifle Teams and Club.
 
(Frances) Riggs Fellowships. England and U.S.

(see: Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange.)

 
Ring.

(see: Symbols.)

 
Riots (student).

(see: Student Life; Radicals.)

 
Rochdale House.

(see: (card)-Inter-cooperative Council, Inc.; (folder)-Cooperative rooming and boarding projects.)

 
Rocket Research.

(see: Space Research.)

 
Rockford Players.

(see: Dramatics-Rockford Players, etc.)

 
Roger Williams Guild.

(see: Religion-Churches-Baptist.)

 
Rogers doors.

(see: Museum of Art.)

 
Romance Language Journal Club. also called Romance Club.

(see: Societies-Foreign Lang.)

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Romance Languages and Literatures, Dept. of.

(Includes French, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, linguistics, see also: Societies-Foreign Languages.)

 
Roosevelt for King.

(see: Political Clubs-Republicans.)

 
Rose Bowl 1969.

(see: Football.)

 
Rosenthal (Bernard 1936). Kinetic Cube.

(see: Memorials. (Not a memorial, however.))

 
Rules and Regulations.

(see: Dean-Men; Dean-Women (for material to 1962); Student Affairs, Office of (1962-Women's Joint Judiciary (Late hour infractions of dorm rules); Joint Judiciary Council (Student infractions); Students, Automobiles (Driving rules, infractions); Student Government-Board of Review; Student Affairs Committee, 192155 (Control Student Govt.).)

 
Round Table Club.

(see: Political Clubs-Round Table Club.)

 
Rural Life and Education Institutes;

(see: Extension-Institutes)

 
Rural Health Conferences.

(see: Extension-Institutes)

 
Rushing.

(see: Sororities-Rushing; Fraternities-Rushing; Student Government.)

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Russel (Henry) Award and Lecture.
 
Russian Circle.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe)

 
Russian Studies, Committee for the Program in.

(see: Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of)

 
Ruthven, Alexander G. (Pres.)-bibliography;-1939 Anniversary Dinner

(see also: World War II-Administration policy.)

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 1956-
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Anniversary Dinner  1939
 
Safety Committee.

(see: University Safety Committee.)

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Safety Education: University Safety Committee

(Includes National Institute for Traffic Safety trainikng, Summer 1938)

 
Saginaw Forest.

(Before 1950 see: Forestry. After 1950 see: Natural Resources, School of)

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Sailing.

(Includes Sailing Club, speedboats.)

 
Saint Mary's Student Chapel.

(see: Religion-Churches-Catholic.)

 
Salaries.

(see: (Faculty)-Faculty; Finances (legislative action))

 
Salvation Army.

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Sanitation.

(see: Public Health, School of.)

 
Scabbard and Blade.

(see: Societies-Military.)

 
Scalp and Blade (Buffalo and Erie Co. students).

(see: Societies-Q-2.)

 
Scandinavian Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe.)

 
Scandinavian Language.

(see: Germanic Language and Literature, Dept. of)

 
Schizophrenia.

((Research Center for the study of schizophrenia set up by Michigan State Hospital, Ypsilanti., U. of M., etc. .1958-). see Mental Health Research Institute.)

 
Scholarship.

(see also: Freshmen; Michigan Society of Fellows)

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 1921-1935
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 1936-
 
Scholarships --clippings

(Includes fellowships prizes, and loans too. see also: Fellowships; Faculty Awards and Fellowships; Prizes; Hopwood Awards; Loan Funds; Foreign Students-Scholarships and Exchange; Finance-Trust Funds; World War II-War Bonds (Bomber Scholarship))

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 1920-1932
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 1932-1937
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1938-1943
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 1944-1947
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 1947-1949
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 1950-1952
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 1953-1955
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 1956-1963
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 1964-
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Science.

(Includes only general items; Natural Science Bldg. and Exhibits. see also: specific depts.; Institute of Science and Tech.; Summer Session-Campus Events (1946).)

 
Science Research Club.

(see: Societies-Science.)

 
Scientific Club.

(see: Societies-Science.)

 
Scroll.

(see: Societies-Scroll.)

 
Sculpture.

(see: Fine Arts, Dept. of; Architecture and Design, College of; Faculty-Fairbanks, Award.)

 
Sea Grant Colleges Program.

(see: Great Lakes Research.)

 
Seal.

(see: Symbols.)

 
Security Officer.

(see: Buildings and Grounds. see also: Crime; Students, Autos)

 
(John) Seeley Fellowships.

(see: Fellowships.)

 
Seismograph Station.

(see: Geology, Dept. of)

 
Selby Discussional

(Formerly called Ann Arbor Discussional. see: Institute of Industrial Health.)

 
Selective Service Certification.

(see: Military Affairs, Office of; Ann Arbor-Defense (local non-university. units).; Conscription,-(general file).)

 
Selective Service Counselor.

(see: Military Affairs, Office of)

 
Seleucia Expedition.

(See: Near Eastern Studies -- Mesopotamia Expedition)

 
Seminars.

(see: under department or institute sponsoring the seminar.)

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Senate,  1922-1954.

(Faculty-see: Senate (Faculty); tudent-see: Student Senate; Women-see: Women's League)

 
Senate (Faculty).

(Minutes and Reports are in the Mich. Hist. Collection to 1948-. Afterwards in the office of the Sec. Sec., 1957-Dr. George McEwen, Eng. English Dept.)

 
 1959-1967
 
 1968-June 1970
 
 1970-January 1972
 
January 1971-
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Senior Ball 1870-

(Victory Ball was substituted for J-Hop and Senior Ball during WWII. see: Social Events.)

 
Senior Board (Cabinet).

(see: Seniors.)

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Senior Girls' Play (1903-30).

(Included Senior Breakfast. Now changed to Senior Night. for which see: Junior Girls' Play.)

 
Senior Night.

(see: Junior Girls' Play.)

 
Senior Society.

(see: Societies-Senior Society.)

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Seniors.

(Includes Senior Board (Senior Cabinet), elections and officers, gift to the university, gifts to seniors, special tests, etc.; see also: Senior-Ball; Seniors-Traditions; Commencement;)

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Seniors-Traditions.

(Includes Swingout, Senior Canes and Cane Day, Senior Sing, Senior Banquet (for women's banquet see: Senior Girls' Play), Class Day. see also: Commencement; Junior Girls' Play; Senior Girls' Play; Senior Ball; Lantern Night.)

 
Service Awards.

(For employee service awards see: Employees.)

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Service Enterprises.

(Includes Bindery, Mailing Service, Rental Properties Office, Photographic Services. For other branches see also: Buildings and Grounds (Plant Dept. and Instrument Shops); Food Service Building; Publications (printing); Alumni-Relations (Alumni Catalog Office): Students, Automobiles (parking).)

 
Sesquicentennial.

(see: History-Sesquicentennial.)

 
Sesquigras.

(see: History-Sesquicentennial.)

 
Seventh Day Adventists.

(see: Religion-Churches.)

 
Shady Trails Camp (Northport).

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Speech Clinic)

 
Shepard Lecture in Experimental Psychology.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

 
Sigma Alpha Eta (Professional speech correction fraternity)

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical (1950-))

 
Sigma Alpha Iota.

(see: Societies-Sigma Alpha Iota)

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Sigma Delta Chi. National honorary journalism fret.
 
Sigma Delta Phi (National honorary forensic society for women).

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical .(1920-50).)

 
Sigma Delta Pi. Spanish Honor Society.

(see: Societies-Foreign Language.)

 
Sigma Delta Psi (National Honorary Athletic Frat.).

(see: Athletics-Societies)

 
Sigma Gamma Epsilon.

(see: Societies-Science.)

 
Sigma Rho Tau.

(see: Societies-Sigma Rho Tau.)

 
Sigma Sigma Phi. (Chinese women's sorority).

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Asia.)

 
Sigma Xi.

(see: Societies-Sigma Xi.)

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Thomas Henry Simpson Memorial Institute for Medical Research 1927-(A branch of the Dept. of Internal Medicine,. Medical School).
 
Signs on Campus.

(see: Societies-Alpha Phi Omega.)

 
Sings, concerts, etc

(see: Bands; Music (for non-traditional sings); Traditions (for senior sing, Christmas sing, all-campus sing, etc.).)

 
Skating.

(see: Hockey and Skating.)

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Skiing.

(Includes Ullr Ski Club.)

 
Skit Night.

(see: Spring Weekend.)

 
Slavic Club.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies-Europe.)

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Slavic Languages and Literatures, Dept. of 1952-
 
Slide Rule Ball.

(see: Engineering, College of-Technic.)

 
Smitty's Coffeehouse.

(see: Dormitories (General).)

 
Soaring Club.

(see: Societies-Aero.)

 
Soccer, Speedball, etc.

(see: Athletics-Intramural; Athletics-Intramural-Women.)

 
Social Implications of Modern Science.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events.)

 
Social Organization, Center for Research on.

(see: Sociology, Dept. of)

 
Social Psychology, Degree in.

(see: Psychology, Dept. of)

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Social Science, Division of.

(see also: Curriculum)

 
Social Science Research Project.

(see: Institute for Human Adjustment-Social Science Research Projects.)

 
Social Security.

(see: Summer Session-Campus Events (1950) for "social Security, Quest for" lectures)

 
Social Work, School of.
 
1936-45

(see: Institute of Public and Social Administration)

 
1945--Established as the Social Work Institute and changed in 1951 to School of Social Work.
 
Social Work Club.

(see: Social Work, School of.)

 
Social Work Institute.

(see: Social Work, School of.)

 
Socialist Club.

(see: Political Clubs-Socialist.)

 
Socieded Hispanics.

(see: Societies-La Sociedad Hispanics.)

 
Societies- (general);

(For misc. clubs see alphabetical arrangement which follows.-For, specific group look under name of the society, topic (i.e. Societies-Law), or department concerned (i.e., Psychology-for Psychology Club).)

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General
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A to F

(Includes Alpha Xi Beta, Americans Committed to World, Responsibility, Beacon Club, Beta Iota Chi; Beta Sigma, Phi Bohemian Club, Boosters Club, Barnaby Club, Cleveland Club, Chess Club, Crest Club, Dance Club, Friars Club, Foreign Relations Club, Folklore Society)

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G to P
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Q to Z
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Societies-Aeronautical (2 folders)

(see also: Aviation)

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Societies-Alpha Lambda Delta (freshmen women's honorary).
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Societies-Alpha Phi Omega (Service Fret.).
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Societies Architecture and Art (2 folders)
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Societies-Association of University of Michigan Scientists 1945-
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Societies-Barristers. Law School. Senior Honorary.
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Societies-Business Administration.
 
Societies-Case Clubs.

(see: Law School-Case Clubs.)

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Societies-Chemistry.
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Societies-Circle. Honorary for Assembly Association
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Societies-Coif, Order of. Honor Society (top 10% of Law School)

(see also: Law School (for honor's banquet))

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Societies-Culture Club.
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Societies-Debating and Oratorical

(see also: Societies-Zeta Phi Eta)

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Societies-Dentistry.
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Societies-Deutscher Verein.
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Societies-Druids (senior men's honor society).
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Societies-Education.
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Societies-Engineering (3 folders)

(Includes: Transportation Club; Eta Kappa Nu; Pi Tau Sigma; Iota Alpha; Chi Epsilon; Alpha Tau Sigma; Web and Flange; Quarterdeck; Founderyman's Association.; Spoofuncup Award; Society of Automotive Engineers; Mechanical Engineer's Club; Michigan Metallurgical Society; Alpha Pi Mu; Society of Engineer's Wives; American Society of Civil Engineers; American Society of Tool Engineers; American Society of Engineering Education; American Society of Mechanical Engineers; American Society of Women Engineers; American Institute of Mining and Metal Engineers. see also: Societies-Triangles; Vulcans; Tau Beta Pi; Sigma Rho Tau.)

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Societies-Faculty.

(see also: Societies-Faculty Women's Club; Societies-Research Club.)

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Societies-Faculty Women's Club.
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Societies-Foreign Language.

(see also: Il Circolo Italiano; Le Cercle Francais; Socieded Hispanics; Deutscher Verein)

 
Societies-Foreign Students.

(see: Foreign Students-Societies' (cards).)

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Societies-Freshmen.

(see: Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (men). Societies-Alpha Lambda Delta (women))

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Societies-Galens. Medical Society.
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Societies-Hillel,  1926-1975. (5 folders)
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Societies-Honor-(general)

(see also: Societies-Phi Beta Kappa; Societies-Phi Kappa Phi. For individual honoraries see cards following for division by men, women, and by type)

 
Societies-Honor (Men).

(see: Societies-Honor (misc.); Societies-Druids (senior men);-Michigamua (seniors); Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (freshmen) Societies-Sphinx (juniors); Societies-Quadrants (independents) Societies-Hectorians (frat. men).)

 
Societies-Honor (Women) (1957)

(see: Societies-Honor (misc.); Societies-Scroll (Sorority Seniors); Societies -Senior Society (independent seniors); Societies-Wyvern (junior women); Societies-Mortarboard (national senior women's honorary); Societies-Alpha 1-,embda Delta (freshmen); Societies-Circle (honorary for Assembly).)

 
Honor Societies (By Type)  1957 LIST

(see: title or department. Alpha Lambda Delta (Fr. W.);-Alpha Omega Alpha (Med.); Arnold Air Society (USAF); Beta Gamma Slums (BA); Chi Epsilon (Civil Eng.); Delta Omega (Pub. Health); Delta Sigma Pi (BA); Eta Kappa Nu (Elect. Eng); Gamma Alpha (Grad. Sc.); Kappa Kappa Psi (Band); Omicron Kappa Upsilon (Dent.); Order of Coif (Law); Pershing Rifles (ROTC); Phi Chi Theta (BA); Phi Eta Sigma (Fr. M.); Phi Lambda Upsilon (Chem.); Phi Sigma Alpha (Pol. Sc.); Phi Sigma Society (Bio.); Pi Kappa Lambda (Music); Pi Tau Sigma (Mech. Eng.); Rho Chi (Pharm.); Scabbard and Blade (ROTC); Sigma Delta Pi (Span); Sigma Gamma Epsilon (Geo.); Sigma Xi (Science Res.); Tau Beta Phi (Eng.); Tau Beta Sigma (Band); Tau Sigma Delta (Arch).)

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Societies-Ii Circolo Italiano.
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Societies-Independents.
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Societies-Inter-Arts Union.

(see also: Societies-Phi Beta Kappa; Societies-Phi Kappa Phi. For individual honoraries see cards following for division by men, women, and by type)

 
Societies-International.

(see: Political Clubs-International Relations; National Student Association (for International Student Association))

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Societies-La Sociedad Hispanics.
 
Societies-Law Discussion Club. Early form of Case Clubs.

(see: Law School-Case Clubs.)

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Societies-Law School.

(see also: Societies-Michigan Crib; Societies-Student Bar Association; Societies-Barristers; Societies-Coif, Order of (Honorary))

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Societies-Le Circle Francais. (2 folders)
 
Societies-Literary.
 
Societies (Locality)

(see: under the appropriate alphabetical heading, see also; Foreign Students)

 
Societies (general);
 
Cleveland Club;
 
Grindstone City, Mich.
 
Hawaii;
 
Hiawatha (U.P.);
 
Harvard;
 
Ispeming (U.P.);
 
Metropolitan Club (NYC and NJ);
 
Scalp and Blade (Buffalo and Erie Co.);
 
Southerners Club;
 
Texas Club;
 
Toledo Club.
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Societies-Medical School.

(see also: Societies-Galens)

 
Societies-Michigamua (senior men's honor society).
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Box 50Societies-Michigan Crib. Pre-law society.
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Societies-Michigan Dames 1914-. Originally called Association of Student's Wives.
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Societies-Military.

(see also: R.O.T.C.)

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Societies-Mortar Board (national senior women's honorary)
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Societies-Mu Phi Epsilon. Professional Music Sorority.
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Societies-Music.

(see also: Societies-Mu Phi Epsilon; Sigma Alpha Iota; Music (Band))

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Societies-Music (Band).

(Includes Kappa Kappa Psi (Men); Tau Beta Sigma (Women).)

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Societies-Outing.

(Includes Les Voyageurs, Town and Country Club, Graduate Outing Club, Outdoor Club, Hosteling Club.)

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Societies-Phi Beta Kappa.
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Societies-Phi Eta Sigma (freshmen men's honor society).
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Societies-Phi Kappa Phi.
 
Societies-Political.

(see: Political Clubs.)

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Societies-Quadrants. Men's dormitories honor society.
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Societies-Research Club of Michigan University.
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Societies-Science.

(see also: Societies-Sigma Xi; Societies-Association of University of Michigan Scientists;-various departments and schools.)

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Societies-Scroll (sorority senior women's honorary).
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Societies-Senior Society (unaffiliated senior women's honorary)
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Societies-Sigma Alpha Iota. Professional Music Sorority.
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Societies-Sigma Rho Tau. Engineering Speech Society.
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Societies-Sigma Xi.
 
Societies-Speech.

(see: Societies-Debating and Oratorical. Societies-)

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Sphinx (junior men's honor society).
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Societies-Student Bar Association.

(see also: Law School-Dances (for Chancellor's Court Dance sponsored by the S.B.A.))

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Societies-Tau Beta Pi. (national engineering fraternity).
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Societies-Tolstoy League.
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Societies-Triangles (sophomore engineering honorary).
 
Societies-Veterans.

(see: Veterans-Societies.)

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Societies-Vulcans (senior men's engineering honorary).
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Societies-Women.

(Includes Quadrantic Club, Women's Research Club, Graduate Women's Club, Kappa Beta Rho, Underwriters, Alpha Gamma Sigma. see also: Societies-Michigan Dames; Societies-Independents (for Suomynona Club).)

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Societies-Wyvern (junior women's honorary).
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Societies-Zeta Phi Eta.

(Includes also Portia (original local branch), Readers' Theatre.)

 
Society for American Archaeology.

(see: Anthropology, Dept.. of Society for Industrial Lawyers. see: Societies-Law School.)

 
Society for Peaceful Alternatives.

(see: Political Clubs-Non-partisan groups.)

 
Society for the Advancement of Management.

(see: Societies-Business Administration.)

 
Society of Automotive Engineers.

(see: Societies-Engineering.)

 
Society of Friends.

(see: Religion-Churches-Friends Society.)

 
Society of Indian Chemical Engineers.

(see: Societies-Chemistry)

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Sociology, Dept. of.

(see also: Institute of Public and Social Admin.; Population Studies)

 
Soil Conservation Society of America

(see: Natural Resources.)

 
Soldier Choir. pee: Glee Clubs.
 
Solid-State Physics Laboratory.

(see: Institute of Science and Technology.)

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Solstis (experimental secondary school)
 
Songs.

(see: Music.)

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Soph Show. (formerly Sophomore Cabaret).
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Sophomore Cabaret. (1956 became Soph Show).
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Sophomore prom.
 
Sophomore Satire.

(see: Freshmen-Frosh Weekend.)

 
Sophomore Traditions.

(see: Traditions.)

 
Sororities (professional).

(see: Professional Sororities.)

 
Sororities (Social)

(see also: Fraternities-FBA; Race Problems.)

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General
 
Alphabetical
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A
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B --C
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D
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E-J
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K-0
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P-R
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S-Z
 
Sororities (Panhellenic List of Sororities, 1957)

(Alpha Chi Omega; Alpha Delta Pi; Alpha Epsilon Phi; Alpha Gamma Delta; Alpha Omicron Pi; Alpha Phi; Alpha Xi Delta; Chi Omega; Collegiate Sororsis; Delta Delta Delta; Delta Gamma; Delta Phi Epsilon; Gamma Phi Beta; Kappa Alpha Theta Kappa Delta; Kappa Kappa Gamma; Phi Mu; Pi Beta Phi; Sigma Delta Tau; Sigma Kappa; Zeta Tau Alpha)

 
Sororities. Charities.

(see: Sororities; Sororities-Panhellenic; Sororities-Rushing (Help Week).)

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Sororities-Delta Gamma
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Sororities-Delta Zeta
 
Sororities-'Discrimination" Clauses. (i.e. Binding or required recommendations);

(see: Sororities-Panhellenic.)

 
Sororities. Panhellenic.

(Includes Varsity Show, Ball, Workshop, scholarship, housing, Pan-Helpers, parade, sorority-dorm dinner, exchanges, newspaper. see also: Fraternities-IFC; Fraternities-Greek Week.)

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 1920-1939
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 1940-1951
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 1952-1955
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 1956
 
Sororities. Rushing.

(see also: Fraternities-Rushing)

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 1928-1948
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 1949-1960
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 1961