Albert Kahn papers   1896-2011
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Scrapbooks
Box   2  
 1889     (Subjects: Delaware politics, "Subsidies to American Ships" by George W. Stone; some clippings about Ralph Stone) 
Box   2  
 1892-1893     (Subjects: Ann Arbor -- baseball; Grand Rapids Herald editorials, law practice, and tennis) 
Box   2  
 1895-1898     (Subjects: Grand Rapids -- politics -- marriage of Ralph Stone and Mary Jeffords -- New York Bar Association speech -- letters to editor written anonymously by RS for Gas and Electric Co. -- Michigan Trust Co.) 
Box   2  
 April-May 1899     (Subjects: Governor Hazen Pingree era) 
Box   2  
 May-July 1899     (Subjects: Governor Hazen Pingree era) 
Box   3  
 July 13-29, 1899     (Subjects: Governor Hazen Pingree era) 
Box   3  
 July-December 1899     (Subjects: Governor Hazen Pingree era) 
Box   3  
 February-December 1900     (Subjects: Governor Hazen Pingree era) 
Box   3  
 February 1901-October 1910     (Subjects: Pingree's death, Detroit Trust Co. -- miscellaneous trust companies -- sports-addresses) 
Box   4  
 February 1911-December 1915     (Subjects: father mayor of Santa Cruz, Calif. -- tennis championship in Detroit -- trust co.) 
Box   4  
 1915-1919     (Subjects: Detroit Trust Co. -- Liberty Loans -- Alien Property Custodian) 
Box   4  
 1917     (Subjects: Alien Property Custodian) 
Box   4  
 1919-1921     (Subjects: mother's death -- Amy Stone's stories -- first University of Michigan Alumni Fund started -- daughter Ruth's and Henry Caulkins' wedding) 
 
 1921-1931     (oversize volume)   (Almost entirely Detroit Trust Co. matters-sale of Lincoln Motor Co. to Henry Ford-Election as Regent of U of M-Magazine Articles and Addresses-Death of Father, March 19, 1923 -- 32 page Report on First Alumni Fund U of M-Dodge Sale-25th Anniversary of the Trust Co.-Addition of 100 feet front to present office of Detroit Trust Co.-Report to Mayor Lodge on Street Railways-Organization of Detroit Bankers Co.-Committee on City Finances, Ralph Stone, Chairman-Ralph Stone elected 2nd term as Regent U of M) 
Out. vol.  
 1929-1948     (50th Anniversary of The Michigan Trust Co.-Photos Birmingham home from Better Homes and Gardens-completion of 2nd term as Regent U of M-50th Anniversary Michigan Daily with speech-Copy first article, Vol. I, No. 1, in Michigan Alumnus by Ralph Stone: "The Alumni Question-A Review"-Photo Ralph Stone with Tony Trabert (National Tennis Champion 1953) as player national boys tournament at Cranbrook-Review by "The Commentator" W. K. Kelsey in Detroit News of article by Ralph Stone, "Enemy Property in Two World Wars," in Michigan Alumnus Quarterly Review-Ralph Stone awarded "Scott Medal for Distinguished Alumni Service")   (oversize volume) 
Out. vol.  
 1947-1953     (More about above Medal for Distinguished Alumni Service, U of M Photo of first staff of U of M Daily 1890-92-Copy first page U of M Daily, September 29, 1890-marriage of grandson Ralph Stone Caulkins to Beverley Cordner-50th Anniversary Detroit Trust Co.-Photo Swarthmore College Orchestra of 1886 Ralph Stone 'cello-Speech before Detroit Historical Society by Ralph Stone on "Hazen S. Pingree, The Man-Not a Statue"-History by Ralph Stone of U of M Alumni Association of Detroit)   (oversize volume) 
Box   4  
 1882-1890 of George W. Stone     (Excerpt of Stone's note: Scrapbook kept by my Father George W. Stone, a merchant (large establishment, engines, boilers, saw mills, oils, ship chandlery, plumbing supplies, electric goods) then Treasurer, American Unitarian Association, ordained as a minister by Reverend Edward Everett Hale and others, minister at Kansas City, Field Secretary (equivalent to Bishop in other denominations) in charge of all Unitarian Churches west of Rocky Mountains, retired to become minister of Church of Santa Cruz, Calif., and Mayor of Santa Cruz and a member of the California State Board of Education for two terms by appointment of Governor Hiram Johnson. Scrapbook contains editorials by him in Wilmington (Del.) Morning News, many letters to the editor, addresses on various subjects, many on subsidies to American shipping (he was Secretary for Delaware of the American Shipping & Industrial League., lectures on various subjects, politics in Delaware. He was Judge Advocate in the North Atlantic Squadron during the Civil War on Admiral Porter's staff, blockading the Atlantic Coast, etc. He lectured in the large armory at Hampton Roads, Va., during the Civil War, on the Constitution of the United States to as many as 2000 in the audiences of soldiers and sailors at Fortress Monroe. He was the first to board the "Monitor" (with a fellow officer) after its battle with the Confederate "Merrimac." He had just been admitted to the bar of Cortland County, New York.)