Show Menu

Items tagged "V2905": 23

DIADEM participants arrive at the Copenhagen airport

In 1965, Fredericks along with The Lord Mayor of Copenhagen, Urban Hansen, and with the patronage of Princess Benedikte of Demark, founded DIADEM (Disabled Americans’ Denmark Meeting), an exchange program between Denmark and the United States for disabled young adults.

That same year, Denmark hosted the first of several meetings between…

DIADEM Leader participants with their new guide dogs aboard an airplane

DIADEM LEADER, the third exchange of the disabled between the United States and Denmark in 1969, brought blind Danes to the Leader Dog School in Rochester, Michigan for four weeks of training on the care and use of Leader Dogs. DIADEM LEADER was the first major international exchange of the blind as well as the first large foreign group to attend…

Tags: ,

An unidentified woman, Urban Hansen, Rosalind Fredericks, Marshall Fredericks and two unidentified men pose beside a Scandinavian Airlines System airplane

An unidentified woman, Urban Hansen, Rosalind Fredericks, Marshall Fredericks and two unidentified men following the landing of the plane carrying DIADEM participants.

Urban Hansen and his wife with Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks

Urban Hansen and his wife with Marshall and Rosalind Fredericks following the landing of the plane carrying DIADEM participants.

Marshall Fredericks receives the Golden Plate Award from the American Academy of Achievement

Marshall Fredericks is honored with the Golden Plate Award by the American Academy of Achievement in Dallas, Texas.

Consul Gerard Edsburg, Tommie Thomsen, Lord Mayor Urban Hansen and Marshall Fredericks

Consul Gerard Edsburg, Tommie Thomsen, Lord Mayor Urban Hansen and Marshall Fredericks at the presentation of The President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Award by Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh to Marshall Fredericks in September 1967.

Marshall Fredericks is presented with The President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Award by Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh

Marshall Fredericks is presented with The President's Committee on Employment of the Handicapped Award by Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh in September 1967 as Rosalind Fredericks looks on.

D.B.M.C. Twenty Year Anniversary hosted by Ches. Larsen

D.B.M.C. Twenty Year Anniversary hosted by Ches. Larsen at the Detroit Athletic Club on May 20, 1967.

Members of the Quarton Lake Yacht Club at the installation of Marshall Fredericks as Commodore of the Farrelli Flotilla

Marshall Fredericks installed as Commodore of the Farrelli Flotilla by the Quarton Lake Yacht Club on June 16, 1966.

Marshall Fredericks receives a patch and certificate from the Quarton Lake Yacht Club

Marshall Fredericks installed as Commodore of the Farrelli Flotilla by the Quarton Lake Yacht Club on June 16, 1966.