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Dinosaur Exhibit Moved at the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum, August 1973

Dinosaur Exhibit Moved at the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum, August 1973 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 21, 1973
Caption
'Monster' Display Moved Irving G. Reimann (back to camera in white shirt), director of the University's Exhibit Museum, inspects prehistoric "monster" display which has been moved from the northwest to the southeast end of the exhibit hall. Changes also involved raising the background mural and the anatosaurus skeleton immediately in front of it to higher levels for better viewing. In upright "natural" position between it and the mastodon skeleton in foreground is allosaurus. Totally enclosed in glass, immediately behind the mastodon is the skeleton of the prehistoric rhinoceros, diceratherium. The relocation and improvement in the display was made possible by funding which permitted covering windows at the far end of the hall from the door, behind the mural. (News Photo by Cecil Lockard)

Irving G. Reimann and Exhibits at the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum, December 1972

Irving G. Reimann and Exhibits at the University of Michigan Exhibit Museum, December 1972 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, December 29, 1972
Caption
Colorado Quartz, 'Topical' Stamps Irving G. Reimann (photo at left), director of the University's Exhibit Museum since 1956, examines a sample of Colorado quartz crystal in his office. The heavy wooden bookcases behind him are remnants of the display cases used throughout the museum before he took over. At right, the "topical" stamp collection picturing animals, birds and wildlife in a fourth-floor hall of the University's Exhibit Museum shows that philately can be educational.

Snakes at University of Michigan Museum, March 1948

Snakes at University of Michigan Museum, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 29, 1948
Caption
Although it is rather commonly supposed that the venomous copperhead snake (left) inhabits the woods of Michigan, Irving G. Reimann, newly appointed prefect at the University Museum, points out that there is no authentic report of this species in the state. It is often confused, he relates, with the non-poisonous Michigan milksnake (right) which resembles it except in color. The copperhead is mottled brown and copper, while the milksnake is mottled mahogany and cream-colored. New specimens of both snakes are included in the University Museum exhibits which are presently undergoing an extensive replanning and expansion.

Snakes at University of Michigan Museum, March 1948

Snakes at University of Michigan Museum, March 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 29, 1948
Caption
Although it is rather commonly supposed that the venomous copperhead snake (left) inhabits the woods of Michigan, Irving G. Reimann, newly appointed prefect at the University Museum, points out that there is no authentic report of this species in the state. It is often confused, he relates, with the non-poisonous Michigan milksnake (right) which resembles it except in color. The copperhead is mottled brown and copper, while the milksnake is mottled mahogany and cream-colored. New specimens of both snakes are included in the University Museum exhibits which are presently undergoing an extensive replanning and expansion.

Dinosaur Mural Painted By First Grade Class at University of Michigan Museum, March 1960

Dinosaur Mural Painted By First Grade Class at University of Michigan Museum, March 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, March 8, 1960
Caption
Mighty Big Mural: After a visit to the University's Exhibit Museum, youngsters in a first grade class in Nankin Mills School, Garden City painted this 24-foot dinosaur mural. It is on display on the museum's fourth floor and will remain there until next Wednesday. That's Museum Director Irving G. Reimann at the right. He's pointing to the type of dinosaur for which the bones are available in Utah- if the museum had the $2,000 price.

Third Graders Donate $20.00 to University of Michigan Museum, July 1959

Third Graders Donate $20.00 to University of Michigan Museum, July 1959 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, July 31, 1959
Caption
Receives Donation: Irving G. Reimann, director of the University's Museum, holds a box containing a $20 donation from third graders at University School. The money will go for the purchase of a dinosaur's bones. Reimann holds the tooth of a dinosaur like the one the museum hopes to purchase. The museum is seeking $2,000 for the additional bones.