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Monday, June 18, 2007
The Michigan Daily - michigandaily.com

DEAN DIRECTOR
From page 2 From page 3
chair. Previously, library curators
Woolliscroft was appointed as focused mainly on rare books and
an associate dean of the School of manuscripts, but Dann expanded
Medicine in 1998. the library's concentration to sub-
Woolliscroft said he looks at his jects like women's history, Afri-
new position as "an interesting can-American studies and culinary
juxtaposition." history, Lewis said.
"On the one hand it's leadership In his lecture, McCullough said
- helping to see the vision for all history does not receive enough
of these missions, the education, attention in public schools and that
research, patient care, how they students suffer in the long run from
mesh and are synergistic - and not having a strong background in
on the other hand it's service," he the subject.
said. McCullough said trying to plan
for the future without knowledge
of history is like "trying to plant a
garden with cut flowers."
Currently on display at the
Clements Library is an exhibit
ANNE R BORT put together by Dann entitled "A
ANN ARBOR Modest Exhibit, Documenting the
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Growth and Evolution of the Cle-
ments Library at the University."
Paul Ganson, member of Clem-
ents Library Associates, said people
who attend the exhibit must see the
original letter from British General
Thomas Gage detailing orders to
send troops to Concord, and thus
sparking the Revolutionary War.
"I've been stunned at times by
the revelation simple documents
will provide," Ganson said of the
library's artifacts.
After his retirement, Dann said
he will continue to be active in the
book trade and write a few books
he said he has put off.
Brian Dunningan, the library's
maps curator, will replace Dann as
an interim director until a replace-
ment is found, Lewis said.
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