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June
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1980
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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
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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

President of Indonesia, Dr. Sukarno, receives University of Michigan degree, May 1956

President of Indonesia, Dr. Sukarno, receives University of Michigan degree, May 1956 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, May 29, 1956
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SUKARNO RECEIVES U-M DEGREE: Two University professors place an academic hood over the shoulders of Dr. Sukarno, the president of Indonesia, who was given an honorary doctor of civil law degree at the University yesterday. U-M President Harlan Hatcher (right), conferred the degree. The faculty members are Prof. Dwight C. Long (left) and Prof. Robert H. Super. The Indonesian party today visited three automobile plants in Detroit.