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English Language Institute Student, Hinrik Bjarnason of Iceland, Attend UM Friends Tea, October 9, 1959

English Language Institute Student, Hinrik Bjarnason of Iceland, Attend UM Friends Tea, October 9, 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 9, 1959
Caption
'Friends' Meet Students: Among the English Language Institute students who attended the Friends tea yesterday in the West Conference Room of the Rackham Building was, Hinrik Bjarnason of Iceland. He met Friends' sponsor, Mrs. Harlan Hatcher (center) and Mrs. Trueman Campbell (right) chairman of the local Friends committee.

The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967

The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1967
Caption
Guests at the U-M birthday celebration dinner-dance mix and mingle as they arrive at the Union ballroom for the gala affair. At the speaker's table in the background, Mrs. Thomas Conlin (left) speaks with University President and Mrs. Harlan Hatcher, while Mr. Conlin, publicity chairman for the celebration, discusses some last-minute details with Daniel Shurz, chairman of the City Sesquicentennial Committee which sponsored the occasion. To their right Mayor and Mrs. Wendell E. Hulcher chat with Mrs. Gail Rector, whose husband was in charge of the program.

Tom & Elyse Harmon Are Greeted By Mr. & Mrs. Hatcher & Mr. & Mrs. Hulcher At The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967

Tom & Elyse Harmon Are Greeted By Mr. & Mrs. Hatcher & Mr. & Mrs. Hulcher At The U-M Sesquicentennial Birthday Gala At The Union Ballroom, August 28, 1967 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 18, 1967
Caption
Greeting Tom Harmon and his wife, Elyse, (center) as they arrived at the Union ballroom for the dinner-dance were (from left) Mrs. Hulcher, President Hatcher, Mrs. Hatcher and Mayor Hulcher. The Mayor later presented keys to the city to the Harmons and the retiring University president and his wife. Harmon, Michigan All-America in 1939 and 1940, spoke during the program following dinner and performed in three films of his famous touchdown runs for the Maize and Blue. A slide presentation, " The University and Ann Arbor through the Years," depicted the close relationship between "town and gown" since the University's founding on August 26, 1817.

Opening of the Association of Producing Artists' production of "War and Peace," September 1964

Opening of the Association of Producing Artists' production of "War and Peace," September 1964 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, September 23, 1964
Caption
The gala American preview of "War and Peace" drew many out-of-town guests to the Mendelssohn Theatre yesterday evening. Exchanging a few pre-curtain pleasantroes are, from left, U-M President Harlan Hatcher, Mrs. Richard E. Cross of Detroit, Mrs. Hatcher, and Mr. Cross, president of the American Motors Corp.

Anne Hatcher escorted by U-M grad student Sam Vinocur at preview night for "School for Scandal," October 1962

Anne Hatcher escorted by U-M grad student Sam Vinocur at preview night for "School for Scandal," October 1962 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 3, 1962
Caption
RED CARPET TREATMENT: Mrs. Harlan Hatcher is helped from her car by footman Sam Vinocur, a UM graduate student from Detroit, at the President's Preview performance last night of "The School For Scandal."