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What do maize and blue look like? The answer has historically depended on whom you ask — and when.
For John Kemp, digitizing The Michigan Daily means creating an important resource for preserving Michigan history.
How a 1905 stadium collapse changed the way U-M fans would watch the game for good.
Who killed Warren Hooper? One of the biggest unsolved murders in Michigan history starts on a frigid day in 1945, and ends in rows of boxes at the Bentley, where there might still be a clue just waiting to be found.
One class mines Bentley archives to investigate the history of campus protests and the origins of U-M’s Trotter House.
Director’s Notes from Terrence J. McDonald address archiving the history of African American students at the University of Michigan.
The Dan Sicko papers at the Bentley spotlight the battle to reclaim Detroit as a cultural contributor and to reveal the real roots of electronic funk.
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