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"English Reputation of the University of Michigan, 1868-1969", W. H. G. Armytage (School of Education, University of Sheffield, England) [Side 1]

Lecture entitled "English Reputation of the University of Michigan, 1868-1969" given by W. H. G. Armytage in the Founders Room Alumni Center on February, 26 1987 as part of the Celebration…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Alumni Association.
Coverage
1987 February 26
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
8730-SR-18-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - History;
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"English Reputation of the University of Michigan, 1868-1969", W. H. G. Armytage (School of Education, University of Sheffield, England) [Side 2]

Continuation of lecture entitled "English Reputation of the University of Michigan, 1868-1969" given by W. H. G. Armytage in the Founders Room Alumni Center on February, 26 1987 as part of…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Alumni Association.
Coverage
1987 February 26
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
8730-SR-18-2
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - History;
Rights
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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;
Rights
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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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Age of the Atom Programs 1 through 5 [Part 1]

Broadcast on WJR radio, discusses the Michigan Memorial Phoenix, it's facilities, and work.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
87278-SR-1-1
Subject
Sciences; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Age of the Atom Programs 6 through 10 [Part 1]

WJR radio program interview discussing the legal issues, medical uses, and other practical uses of nuclear energy.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project
Coverage
[Undated]
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
87278-SR-2-1
Subject
Sciences; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Catherine Mackinnon, Law, University of Michigan. Inaugural Lecture: Does Sexuality Have a History? [Side 1]

1990 lecture by Catherine Mackinnon, Law "Does Sexuality Have a History?" Inaugural lecture of Histories of Sexuality series (1990-1991) This is only one side or…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Institute for the Humanities
Coverage
1990 September 12
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
0134-SR-1-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Catherine Mackinnon, Law, University of Michigan. Inaugural Lecture: Does Sexuality Have a History? [Side 2]

1990 lecture by Catherine Mackinnon, Law "Does Sexuality Have a History?" Inaugural lecture of Histories of Sexuality series (1990-1991) This is only one side or…

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Institute for the Humanities
Coverage
1990 September 12
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
0134-SR-1-2
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Donald A. Glaser Lectures Lecture I [Part 1]

Glaser lectures on the basics of nuclear physics and his bubble chamber after receiving the Nobel Prize.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project
Coverage
1961 January 25
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
87278-SR-3-1
Subject
Sciences; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Donald A. Glaser Lectures Lecture II [Part 1]

Glaser lectures on the basics of nuclear physics and his bubble chamber after receiving the Nobel Prize.

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Michigan Memorial Phoenix Project
Coverage
1961 January 25
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
87278-SR-4-1
Subject
Sciences; UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Fritz Crisler, Friends of the Michigan Historical Collections [Part 1]

To Friends of the Michigan Historical Collections at Bentley Library, November 13, 1979. Introduction by Harlan Hatcher, Moderator Robert M. Warner

From  Dallas Pillen A year ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Bentley Historical Library
Coverage
1979 November 13
Language
English
Source
Audio Reel-to-Reel
Identifier
87245-SR-2-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs;
Rights
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Graduate Student Forum on the Michigan Agenda for Women with President James Duderstadt [Side 1]

Graduate Student Forum on the Michigan Agenda for Women. A conversation between graduate student women and University of Michigan President James Duderstadt. This is only…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Center for the Education of Women.
Coverage
1995 January 23
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
8740-SR-22-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - Faculty, Staff & Administration;
Rights
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Graduate Student Forum on the Michigan Agenda for Women with President James Duderstadt [Side 2]

Continuation of Graduate Student Forum on the Michigan Agenda for Women. A conversation between graduate student women and University of Michigan President James Duderstadt. …

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
University of Michigan. Center for the Education of Women.
Coverage
1995 January 23
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
8740-SR-22-2
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - Faculty, Staff & Administration;
Rights
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History of Michigan Seminar and Tea with the Presidents' Wives at the Bentley Historical Library [Side 1; no Side 2]

A tea and conversation with the wives of two former University of Michigan Presidents and the current President (at the time of recording), including Anne Hatcher, Sally Fleming, and Vivian Shapiro,…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Bentley Historical Library
Coverage
Undated
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
87245-SR-12-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - History;
Rights
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History of Michigan Seminar and Tea with the Presidents' Wives at the Bentley Historical Library [Side 1]

A tea and conversation with the wives of two former University of Michigan Presidents and the current President (at the time of recording), including Anne Hatcher, Sally Fleming, and Vivian Shapiro,…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Bentley Historical Library
Coverage
Undated
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
87245-SR-11-1
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - History;
Rights
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History of Michigan Seminar and Tea with the Presidents' Wives at the Bentley Historical Library [Side 2]

A tea and conversation with the wives of two former University of Michigan Presidents and the current President (at the time of recording), including Anne Hatcher, Sally Fleming, and Vivian Shapiro,…

From  Dallas Pillen 9 Months ago
Relation
Stewardship
Creator
Bentley Historical Library
Coverage
Undated
Language
English
Source
Audio Cassette
Identifier
87245-SR-11-2
Subject
UM - Centers, Institutes, Museums, & Programs; UM - History;
Rights
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