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  • [Performer Unknown, La Rondine

    Image from 1971-1972 MOT production of La Rondine.

  • Herman Miller Low back Armchair ~ Sled base ~ Side ~ Pull-Up

    These Office Chairs, in the collection of The Henry Ford, consists of an arm-frame-base combination made of two chrome quadrangles with curved corners and a black metal back support that links the quadrangles behind the chair back. The seat and back are then covered with red and orange horizontal girard striped upholstery. These chairs are also known as 'Protzmann Tubular Chairs'. Price History: 1972: $68/96 variations with upholstery 1989: $519/774 variations with upholste…

  • [Performers Unknown, La Rondine

    Image from 1971-1972 MOT production of La Rondine.

  • Herman Miller Upholstered Shell Tilt-Swivel Adjustable Height with Casters

    This Side Chair, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, has a elephant hide grey, molded fiberglass shell. The shell is padded and covered with brown fabric upholstery and edged with grey vinyl edging. The shell sits on a black pedestal base with four aluminum blades that have black casters. The seat height is adjustable and it tilts and swivels. Price history: Price varies with fabric options from $79-$133. Herman Miller Trade Name: Upholstered Shell Tilt-Swivel Adjustab…

  • Herman Miller 64903 Low Desk

    This Roll Top Desk, in the collection of the New Jersey Historical Society, has a neutral laminate work surface edged with off-white vinyl. The desk ends are painted wood and the three drawer fronts are oil walnut or oil brown ash. The roll top and the file bin are also oil walnut or oil brown ash. The desk sits on two 'I" shaped aluminum legs with aluminum footrest. Herman Miller Trade Name: 64903 Low Desk Herman Miller Series: Action Office Product Number: 64903

  • Wayne State University; Buildings; Classrooms

    Circa 1960s. Ted Baldwin, developer and coordinator of the “Good American Home Program”, tells Wayne University home economics students how the Good American Home budgets work. The students are helping collect up-to-the-minute prices in Detroit.

  • Series 2: WDET and Metro Times

    Transcripts of Swanger-produced radio shows and commentaries for WDET and copies of her articles and columns for Metro Times. Related correspondence, early drafts and rewrites, notes, interviews and some research material are included, although most of her research files may be found in Series III. Files are arranged alphabetically, with WDET-related material preceding Metro Times files.

  • Group portrait of the 1971 basketball team.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • 1971 football team portrait.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • 1971 football team action shot homecoming game, possibly U of D.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • 1971 football team action shot.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • [Program] Overture to Opera Company, 1971 Season. Dr. David Di Chiera, General Director

  • Five women sing at a piano.

    Walter P. Reuther Library, Archives of Labor and Urban Affairs, Wayne State University

  • From East to West: the westward migration of Jews from Eastern Europe during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries

    Migration has been a major factor in the life of the Jewish people throughout the two and a half millennia of their dispersion. And yet, the history of the Jewish migratory movements has not been fully explored in Jewish history. While the Jewish migratory movements in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, and especially immigration to the New World, have attracted the attention of scholars, earlier such movements did not. In the present book I propose to discuss such a movement of an earlier …