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University of Michigan Medical Alumni: Reunion Dinner Speakers Table, September 1938 Photographer: Eck Stanger

University of Michigan Medical Alumni: Reunion Dinner Speakers Table, September 1938 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 30, 1938
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IMPORTANT FIGURES AT MEDICAL DINNER: Speakers at the banquet of University medical alumni at the Michigan Union last night were Dr. Frederick G. Novy, dean-emeritus of the Medical School; Dr. Alexander G. Ruthven, president of the University; Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School, and T. Hawley Tapping, general alumni secretary. Pictured at the speakers table, left to right, are Dr. Frederick M. Loomis, Oakland, Calif., alumnus; Mrs. Ruthven, Dr. Novy, Dr. Ruthven, Mr. Tapping (standing), Dr. Furstenberg, Mrs. Furstenberg and Dr. Hugo A. Freund, Detroit alumnus.

President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 Photographer: Eck Stanger

President Ruthven & Dr. Waggoner Say Goodbye to The Furstenberg Family At The Train Depot, September 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 29, 1948
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OFF FOR POINTS WEST: University President Alexander G. Ruthven (back to camera) said goodbyes to Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg (second from right) and family yesterday at the New York Central depot. Dr. Furstenberg, dean of the Medical School, and Dr. Raymond W. Waggoner (far right), director of the University's Neuropsychiatric Institute, will serve as special consultants to the Surgeon General of the U. S. Army in Japan and Korea. Dr. Waggoner will fly to San Francisco Sunday morning, meeting Dr. Furstenberg for their joint air trip to the Far East Sunday evening. Dr. Furstenberg's family, left to right, Billy, Mrs. Furstenberg, and Julie are accompanying the doctor to San Francisco by train. They will take a plane to Honolulu where they will remain for about six weeks until Dr. Furstenberg returns.

Sebastian Kresge, Donor Of U-M Research Institute, Honored At The Michigan Union, October 1949

Sebastian Kresge, Donor Of U-M Research Institute, Honored At The Michigan Union, October 1949 image
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Ann Arbor News, October 11, 1949
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Announcement of a $3,000,000 gift by the Kresge Foundation of Detroit to the University, for erection of a Medical Research Institute, was made last night at a dinner meeting of University officials, foundation trustees, and press representatives at the Michigan Union, honoring the donor, Sebastian S. Kresge. Left to right, above, are Amos F. Gregory, secretary of the foundation; Paul W. Voorhies, foundation president; Dr. Albert C. Furstenberg, dean of the University Medical School; Mr. Kresge, creator of the foundation; University President Alexander G. Ruthven; and H. C. Baldwin, foundation vice-president.

Baker Praised By U-M Officials

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3
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May
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1949
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Dr. Kamperman receives Honorary Degree, September 1937 Photographer: Attributed to Eck Stanger

Dr. Kamperman receives Honorary Degree, September 1937 image
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Ann Arbor News, September 27, 1937
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HONORED AT MEDICAL PROGRAM: Dr. George A. Kamperman (left), Detroit physician who was given an honorary degree at the opening exercises of the University medical school this morning, is congratulated by President Alexander G. Ruthven (center). At the right is Dr. Albert C. Furstenburg, dean of the medical school, who also took part in the program.

Davis And Nickerson Dismissed

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27
Month
August
Year
1954
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