Women's Physical Education. Ground breaking for new swimming pool unit / BL005257



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Women's Physical Education. Ground breaking for new swimming pool unit
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University of Michigan Photographs Vertical File
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Bentley Historical Library (collector)
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UBImusD13. Folder: Campus Buildings. Margaret Bell pool. no. 232
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University of Michigan. News and Information Services.
Black & Black with Alden B. Dow, architects. The Women's Swimming Pool was dedicated on April 17, 1954 and in May 1966, named in honor of Dr. Margaret Bell. The swimming pool was originally a unit of the Women's Athletic Building, which was demolished in 1974 and replaced by the Central Campus Recreation Building.
Left to right: President Harlan Hatcher; Dr. Margaret Bell, director of Women's Physical Ed. program; and H.O. (Fritz) Crisler
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5 x 4 b/w photographic print
Bentley Historical Library
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2012-11-25 01:31:05

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"Women's Physical Education. Ground breaking for new swimming pool unit; BL005257." In the digital collection Bentley Historical Library: Bentley Image Bank. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/b/bhl/x-bl005257/bl005257. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed July 18, 2024.
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