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How the game as we know it formed out of class rivalries, rugby, and one troublesome picket fence.
New courses and initiatives mean more U-M undergrads are getting their hands on history’s primary sources.
An Ann Arbor memorial has been painted over for years. Bentley materials reveal what’s underneath all those layers.
Approximately 400 glass plate negatives documenting the history and work of the Detroit News through the late 19th century and early 20th century recently came to the Bentley.
A telegram in the Bentley’s archives reveals a Jewish scientist on the run from Nazi persecutors, and a U-M dean keen to recruit a brilliant mind.
Using an array of high-tech software and hardware, U-M Professor Peter Sparling creates a 3-D dance experience that challenges where and how such performances are archived.
Josephine Gomon was whip-smart, headstrong, and a behind-the-scenes force in Detroit politics at a time when women weren’t expected to do much beyond the kitchen.
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