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Catalog Number 0186.0023
Object Name Scrapbook
Date 1919
Caption Scrapbook Page 1 1919
Description Twenty-seven loose pages belonging to a scrap-book. Page Descriptions:
186.23a, Page 1. Captioned "Studious Frosh." Photographs on the page include: two photographs of a cadaver lab dissection by a student named Larke. A photograph of two men sitting at a desk in a room; there is a large calendar on the wall and many different posters. A photograph of the exterior of a wooden house; Two men are standing in the open second-story window, and two first story windows are visible; captioned "Brands-Dyment." A photograph of a woman sitting on a porch swing in a white dress with a large black bow at her neck; there is an empty seat beside the woman on the porch swing; woman's name is Edna. A photograph of a bedroom with a bunkbed, chair, dresser; the room has many pennants on the walls and ceiling.
186.23b, Page 2. Contains four different cards, a ribbon, and a pin. There is a green pass-card addressed to Drs. Hall and Travis. There is a red receipt-card from the University Hospital Out Door Department. There is a business card of Mrs. H.S. Lisle, a student housing provider. There is a white card with the name Sylva A. Lisle. There is a 1918-19 Choral Union Head of Aisle Ribbon. There is a United War Work Campaign Michigan Patriotic Fund Pin.
186.23c, Page 3. Contains photographs of the Barton Dam, an observatory, the University of Michigan Engineering Arch, the Bridget Island Bridge, and the University of Michigan football stadium.
186.23d, Page 4. Includes a program for the 1917 University of Michigan Convocation. Includes an envelope for "M.A.C. Game," addressed to P.G. Bartelme. There is also a blue and white church social program schedule. There is a calling card of "Albert E. Dyment." There is a decorated napkin with "Halloween Party '18 Sylva Lisle" written on it. Finally there is a card that has "Internes and Officemen" handwritten on it.
186.23e, Page 5. Page captioned "[illegible] Hosp. 18-19." Contains single large photograph of medical, dental, and literature students posing for a photograph outdoors, with the ivy-covered wall of a building in the background.
186.23f, Page 6. Single card titled "Full Gospel Services are held at Bethel Faith Home"; card advertises service times.
186.23g, Page 7. Three photographs of a woman named Edna: photo of Edna sitting in front of a building, photo of Edna in a car, photo of Edna in a bathing suit sitting on a dock with her legs in the water. Additionally, there are two photographs of a woman named Thelma Davidson: photo of Thelma wearing a military uniform, photo of Thelma wearing a white dress, in front of trees.
186.23h, Page 8. There is a University Musical Society Concert Program, and two University Hospital Thanksgiving Greeting cards.
186.23i, Page 9. One photograph of Dr. Angell standing on the front steps of a house. One posed photograph of a seated "Prexy" Hutchins.
186.23j, Page 10. Three photographs of University of Michigan buildings, with the page captioned "Old Library."
186.23k, Page 11. Photograph of the University of Michigan Chemistry Building.
186.23l, Page 12. Photograph of the University of Michigan Martha Cook Building.
186.23m, Page 13. One photograph of the University of Michigan Medical Building, one photograph of the Huron River, and one photograph of the University of Michigan University Hall Building.
186.23n, Page 14. Large photograph of a portion of the fans in the University of Michigan football stadium. The fans are seated, facing the photographer. Page is captioned "Joe, Arhendt."
186.23o, Page 15. Two musical programs; program for "Faculty Concert Series 1918" and a program for "Spotlight Vaudeville, Benefit of American University Union in Paris."
186.23p, Page 16. Exterior photograph of the University of Michigan Dental Building.
186.23q, Page 17. Exterior photograph of the University of Michigan's Hill Auditorium
186.23r, Page 18. Landscape photograph of rolling hills, trees, with a road visible on the left of the photograph. Photograph captioned "Boulevard. Lovers retreat."
186.23s, Page 19. Two cut-out newspaper articles. Titles are: "Medical Students Will Be Exempted [from draft]" and "Dental Students in Draft Exempt."
186.23t, Page 20. Large photograph of a portion of the fans in the University of Michigan football stadium. The fans are seated, facing the photographer. Game is identified as "Mich-O.S.U. 1921."
186.23u, Page 21. There is a paper with poems printed on it, captioned "Hotel Statler-Parke Davis Co." There is also a rectangular photograph of a man in a white lab-coat seated, posing for the camera. This photograph is captioned "Guild."
186.23v, Page 22. Two event programs: there is a program advertising American pilot Captain Eddie Rickenbacker's "own story of Air Adventures in The Arena of the Sky." The other program is for the "Victory Commemorative Festival" of 1919.
186.23w, Page 23. Two cut-out photographs. One is a photograph of a crowd of people on the front steps of the University of Michigan Union on "the Day of a Big Game." The other photograph is shows the deconstruction of the Heating Plant behind University Hall.
186.23y, Page 24. A large photograph of a procession of men in graduation regalia-robes and hats- walking on a sidewalk with the rotunda of University Hall visible in the background. The photograph is captioned "Swing Out-Apri.-25 '19."
186.23x, Page 25. There is a program for the "All Nation Hullabaloo" presented by the Cosmopolitan Club. There is a program for "The Lenten Meetings" at the City Y.M.C.A. of Ann Arbor. There is a notice of a deadline for payment for the diploma fee.
186.23z, Page 26. Two photographs of the University of Michigan campus, and one photograph of a train captioned "The Wolverine."
186.23aa, Page 27. Large photograph of a crowd of men in suits and caps. Photograph has "Open House for Freshman Oct 6-16" written on it. The photograph is captioned "Mass Meeting."
186.23ab, Page 28. There is a program for an outdoor track meet between Notre Dame and University of Michigan. There is another program titled "Bryan Souvenir Song Sheet."
186.23ac, Page 29. Photograph of the Barton Dam, photograph of the Huron River, photograph of a man captioned "Dyment," photograph of three men standing on railroad tracks, photograph of a man feeding a squirrel captioned "The Frosh," and a photograph of two men in white lab-coats captioned "Dahlstrom + Dr. Porter."
186.23ad, Page 30. Program titled "Freshmen Mass Meeting," tear-drop shaped piece of paper advertising The Supreme Tailoring Co., paper card/ticket for "Lecture to Freshmen on Sex Hygiene," a University of Michigan membership card, and an orange rectangular piece of paper with numbers in boxes.
186.23ae, Page 31. There two small, outdoor photographs of a landscape, each captioned "Boulevard." There are seven photographs of dental procedures. Five of the dental photographs are captioned with names: "Miss Bartlett, Miss Yerelsky, Cohen, Kellog-Reese, 'Skiv' Lewis."
186.23af, Page 32. A photograph of a man in a white coat staring at the camera, captioned "Dr. Huber ([illegible] you see those little canaliculi). The middle photograph is of a man seated in a chair, staring at the camera, captioned "Dr. McCotter ('Mac'). The last photograph is of a man standing on the steps of a building looking away from the camera, captioned "Dr. Novy."
186.23ag, Page 33. A photograph of a man seated in a chair, staring at the camera, captioned "Dr. Ward." A photograph of a man seated on a stool, staring at the camera, captioned "Dr. Bunting."
186.23ah, Page 34. A photograph of a man in a suit, holding a hat, captioned "Dr. Schroeder." A photograph of a man in a white labcoat standing behind a man seated in a dental chair. There is an x-ray device positioned above the face of the man seated in the dental chair. The photograph is captioned "'Daddy' Loessler." There is a photograph of a man in a suit, captioned "Dr. Richert ('Just reduce a little silver')."
186.23ai, Page 35. A photograph of a man in a suit, captioned "Dr. Hoff." A photograph of a man with white hair and a goatee, captioned "Dr. Hall (L.P.)" A photograph of a man in a suit, captioned "Dr. Travis."
186.23aj, Page 36. Torn newspaper cartoon titled "The World Is Mine."
186.23ak, Page 37. A photograph of a group of men at a party, captioned "I want to go back to Joe's the Orient." People are numbered in the photograph and their names are listed beside the corresponding numbers below the photograph. There is another photograph of men at a party, captioned "Before Mich. went Dry-'16'-17". Men are also numbered in this photograph and their names are listed next to their numbers on the right side of the photograph. There is a photograph of a bridge on the Huron River. There is a photograph of three men wearing suits in the woods, captioned "Bell-Brands-Dyment." There is a photograph of a squirrel eating a nut with houses visible in the background, captioned "An Ann Arbor Inhabitant." There is a photograph of a white house.
186.23al, Page 38. There are five ticket stubs from various University of Michigan athletic events and concerts. There are three University of Michigan College of Dental Surgery membership cards for George Wm. Brands. There is a University of Michigan Union Membership Card. There is a ticket for the Whitney Theatre. There is a slip of paper titled "The 1918 Michiganensian," but the '1918' is crossed out with pencil. There is a Y.M.C.A membership card.
186.23am, Page 39. A photograph of Barton Lake.
186.23an, Page 40. A large photograph of the University of Michigan Dental Class of 1919, seated and standing in front of a building.
People Angell, James
Bartlett, Wilma J.
Brands, George W.
Bunting, Russell Wellford
Cohen, D. Walter
Dahlstrom, Carl
Dyment, Albert E.
Hall, Louis P.
Hoff, Nelville Soule
Huber, G. Carl
Hutchins, Harry
Kellogg, Richard M.
Loeffler, Egbert T.
Novy, Frederick George
Porter, Lowrie J.
Rickert, Ura G.
Schroeder, Alfred J.
Travis, John Jacob
Ward, Marcus Llewellyn
Yeretsky, Wilhemina
Dimensions W-27 L-31 cm
Material Paper/Cardboard
Condition Fair