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Marion J. Weinmann, queen of the 30th annual Community Chest Campaign, October 1950

Marion J. Weinmann, queen of the 30th annual Community Chest Campaign, October 1950 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1950
Caption
Miss Marion J. Weinmann, queen of the 30th annual Community Chest Campaign, is shown shortly after she was crowned at a kick-off rally in Hill Auditorium last night. Miss Weinmann represented the Ann Arbor Bank. (Another picture on Page 22.)

Semi-finalists in the "Miss Red Feather' contest, Community Chest Rally, Hill Auditorium, October 1950

Semi-finalists in the "Miss Red Feather' contest, Community Chest Rally, Hill Auditorium, October 1950 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 24, 1950
Caption
'MISS RED FEATHER' SEMI-FINALISTS: Four semi-finalists in the third round of the "Miss Red Feather" contest were caught unexpectedly by the photography as they stood on the state in Hill Auditorium last night, during the Community Chest rally. They are (left to right) Mrs. Robert G. Farris, who before her marriage Saturday was Charlotte M. Swanson, Mrs. Joyce Vogel, Mrs. Joyce M. Rowe, and Marion J. Weinmann, the winner.

Convocation Speakers Interrupted

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21
Month
March
Year
1970
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Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, third Viscount Halifax and British Ambassador to the United States, receives honorary degree at University of Michigan, April 1944

Edward Frederick Lindley Wood, third Viscount Halifax and British Ambassador to the United States, receives honorary degree at University of Michigan, April 1944 image
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Ann Arbor News, April 21, 1944
Caption
VISCOUNT DONS ACADEMIC ROBES: Viscount Halifax, British ambassador to the United States, who was the speaker for the annual Honors Convocation held this morning in Hill Auditorium, was assisted into his academic robes in an anteroom, preceding the convocation, while R. Spencer Bishop (center), member of the University board of regents, and Joseph A. Bursley (right), dean of students, look on. The ambassador was awarded an honorary degree by the University