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Before Power Point presentations or Flickr, the best way for a group to see a single image was through lantern slides. The Bentley has hundreds of these slides in its collections, providing a new old way to see U-M.
In 1903, campus hazing rituals included students shearing each other’s heads before the annual Freshman Banquet. A scrapbook at the Bentley documents the hair-removing adventures with actual locks.
A trio of exhibits at the University of Michigan Museum of art has put a bright spotlight on the Bentley’s modern architectural archives of three famous architects.
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