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Dinosaur Exhibit Readied at University of Michigan Museum, June 1965

Dinosaur Exhibit Readied at University of Michigan Museum, June 1965 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 5, 1965
Caption
Dinosaur Exhibit Readied Final touches are made on the restoration of the remains of an Allosaurus dinosaur by William Lunk, kneeling, University Exhibit Museum curator of exhibits, and Joachim Knueppelholtz, a technician. Several days of intensive work was required to assemble the 150-million-year-old bones, found in a quarry near Cleveland, Utah. The upright Allosaurus, a ferocious carnivore, used his massive jaws to feed on fellow dinosaurs. The new addition to the museum is about 12 feet tall.

William A. Lunk Touches Up Display In Mineralogy Room, May 1962

William A. Lunk Touches Up Display In Mineralogy Room, May 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 19, 1962
Caption
Touch-Up: William A. Lunk, associate curator of exhibits at the University's Exhibit Museum, touches up a display in the mineralogy room showing the changes in prehistoric seas in Michigan and their effect on the state's minerals. Lunk designed and executed the exhibit, including the three-dimensional maps at left and right. Each map was made of plaster with wax contours carefully modeled and painted and topped with a grid of threads to represent latitude and longitude lines. Each took about 10 days to make.

Bear Cubs' Names Are 'Maize,' 'Blue'

Bear Cubs' Names Are 'Maize,' 'Blue' image
Parent Issue
Day
5
Month
July
Year
1957
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Student Art Work Based On Problems, June 1969

Student Art Work Based On Problems, June 1969 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, June 11, 1969
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"Three Ann Arbor elementary school students show some of the art work currently on display on the fourth floor of the U-M Exhibits Museum. The works are based on problems suggested to the students by the various exhibits at the museum. All the works are done by fourth, fifth and sixth graders from the Ann Arbor schools. The exhibit will remain until the end of June. Pictured (from left) and Dr. William Lunk, Miss Heather Thorpe, Miss Frances Wright, Philip Grew, Bruce Weilepp and Elizabeth Moore. Public viewing is encouraged."

Exhibit Museum Top-Rated

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Parent Issue
Day
2
Month
October
Year
1968
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