Tag: University of Michigan
Happy American Archives Month! Throughout October, we’re running a series of “spotlights” on the many locations that make up the National Archives. Have you done research at a Presidential Library? Unlike the other Presidential Libraries, the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library—located in Ann Arbor, Michigan—is geographically separate from the museum, which is in Grand Rapids. [...]
Posted by Nikita on October 19, 2012, under - Presidents, National Archives Near You.
Tags: 1970s, Ann Arbor, Chapstick, Cold War, football, Gerald R. Ford, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum, Grand Rapids, kissinger, military, reaserach grants, research, rockefeller, Seventies, University of Michigan, Watergate
We’re now in the middle of commencement season, and there’ll be many words of wisdom coming from the mouths of speakers: academicians, celebrities, inventors, authors, artists, business people, and political leaders. Sometimes commencement speeches become historic. President John F. Kennedy announced talks for a test-ban treaty in his commencement speech at American University in 1963, and a [...]
Posted by Hilary on May 31, 2011, under - Cold War, - Presidents, - The 1960s.
Tags: "Great Society", American University, commencement, communism, Harvard University, MArshall Plan, Notre Dame University, nuclear testing ban, University of Michigan