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"Learning for Longer Living” - GE 30: Clark Tibbitts and Charles Kidd, "Our Aging Population" [Part 1]

Radio program "Learning for Longer Living” (GE 30) produced by the University of Michigan.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Institute of Gerontology.
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
86996-SR-1-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
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"Learning for Longer Living” - GE 32: Wilma Donahue, "Psychological Aspects of Aging" [Part 1]

Radio program "Learning for Longer Living” (GE 32). Presented by the University of Michigan. Wilma Donahue, University of Michigan Institute for Human Adjustment.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Institute of Gerontology.
Coverage
1966 February 28
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
86996-SR-2-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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