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Five at U-M are given emeritus title

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Day
23
Month
November
Year
1984
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Ann Arbor to Get Community Renewal Funds

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Day
30
Month
July
Year
1988
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Gelman Will Pay To Settle Lawsuit

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Day
16
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March
Year
2005
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C. S. Mott's Grandchildren Unveil Plaque, October 1969

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 20, 1969
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Mott's Grandchildren Unveil Plaque. Little Marise Maynet (left) and her brother, Jean-Charles (right), grandchildren of 94-year-old Flint philanthropist Charles S. Mott, pull ropes to unveil plaque at dedication ceremonies for the University's new C. S. Mott Children's Hospital yesterday at the new facility. Looking on (left to right) are the Rt. Rev. Richard S. Emrich, Episcopal bishop; Mott, and Edward J. Connors, director of the new $9,500,000 facility. Mott, through his C. S. Mott Foundation, gave $6,500,000 to make the unique 207-bed hospital possible.

Mott Children's Hospital Under Construction, May 1967

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Ann Arbor News, May 18, 1967
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The University's new 207-bed C. S. Mott Children's Hospital with a project budget of $8,011,915 is under construction on a site between Women's Hospital and the Outpatient Building at the U-M Medical Center. The facility is scheduled to open in 1968. The C. S. Mott Foundation of Flint started the project with a gift of $6,000,000 to which it has since added $500,000. The federal government has provided $661,915 for the research portion of the building.

Mott Children's Hospital Under Construction, November 1966

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Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1966
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Mott Children's Hospital Taking Shape: Work progresses on the University's $8,011,915 C. S. Mott Children's Hospital project at the U-M Medical Center. Women's Hospital is in the immediate background and the framework for the U-M's new 1,051-car, $2,774,00 Medical Center Parking Structure just beyond at upper right. The C. S. Mott facility which includes a 200-bed children's hospital and adjoining research facility, is being constructed with a $6,000,000 from Flint's Mott Foundation and additional funds from the federal government. The completion date, of course, is some months away.

Naacp Raps Schools On Expulsion Policies

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Day
10
Month
March
Year
1969
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