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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Cuddihy, Joan F. / [ 1945-1972 ]||
Joan F. Cuddihy papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet.
Abstract: Forest Hills, New York, resident. Personal correspondence from U. S. Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy; also miscellaneous newspaper clippings and photographs.
|Cudlip, William B., 1904- / [ 1922-1985 ]||
William B. Cudlip papers
Extent: 8.5 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, attorney, Republican regent of University of Michigan; regent’s files; political materials; and personal miscellanea.
|Culver, Mary M. / [ 1856-2008 ]||
Mary M. Culver Papers,
Extent: 2.3 linear feet (in 3 boxes)
Abstract: Papers of Washtenaw County, Mich. architectural historian and preservation activist Mary M. Culver. Collection includes records of Washtenaw County, Mich. historic preservation organizations, Culver's research files and presentations, and images of Michigan historic buildings.
|Cumbey, Constance E. / [ 1920-2004 ]||
Constance E. Cumbey papers
Extent: 87 linear feet
Abstract: Attorney, student and investigator of different cults and cult activities, primarily forcusing on the New Age Movement; published writings, collected topical files; cassette sound recordings, and videotapes.
|Curch, H. Edmund, 1873-1962. / [ 1884-1964 ]||
H. Edmund Curch papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Disciples of Christ clergyman; ministerial papers.
|Current Topic Club (Owosso, Mich.) / [ 1894-1975 ]||
Current Topic Club (Owosso, Mich.) Records
Extent: 1.5 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Constitution and bylaws, correspondence, minutes, photographs, and programs; minutes describe presentation by Raoul Wallenberg about Sweden and Swedish architecture.
|Currie, Gilbert, 1882-1960. / [ 1910-1960 ]||
Gilbert Currie papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet
Abstract: Member of the Michigan House of Representatives from Midland, Michigan, 1909-1915; U.S. Congressman, 1917-1921. Correspondence, 1910-1913, relating to activities in the Michigan House, especially his successful effort to become speaker; speeches, 1920-1958 (scattered dates); file relating to his work as legal counsel for the Dow Chemical Company; file concerning his interest in golf; and photographs.
|Curtis, Austin W., 1911- / [1896-1971]||
Title: Austin W. Curtis Papers
Extent: 2 linear ft., 1 oversize volume and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Assistant to George Washington Carver at Tuskegee Institute, later a Detroit, Michigan, businessman. Correspondence and other papers of G. W. Carver relating primarily to experiments with soil improvement and the discovery of new applications for the peanut and other Southern agricultural products; newspaper clippings and memos relating to Curtis' campaign for Congress in 1958 and his work with Carver; and photographs.
|Curtis, Heber Doust, 1872-1942. / [ 1889-1890, 1900-1908, and 1921-1942 ]||
Heber Doust Curtis papers
1889-1890, 1900-1908, and 1921-1942
Extent: 1.3 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of astronomy at University of Michigan. Personal correspondence, mainly with family, describing his various astronomical expeditions to Chile and Sumatra; also speeches and photographs.
|Curwood, James Oliver, 1878-1927. / [1897-1927]||
Title: James Oliver Curwood papers
Extent: Microfilm Edition: 14 reels
Abstract: Michigan based author of adventure stories set in Alaska and Canada, screen writer and motion picture executive, and conservationist, a founding member of Izaak Walton League and member of Michigan Conservation Commission. Papers documenting his literary, film and conservation activities include manuscripts of books, screenplays and other writing and correspondence and photographs.
|Cushing, George William, 1888-1968. / [ 1942-1955 ]||
George William Cushing papers and sound recordings
Extent: 1.3 linear feet and ca. 230 audiotapes (in 9 boxes)
Abstract: News editor and vice president of Detroit, Michigan, radio station, WJR, moderator of radio program, "In Our Opinion". Correspondence, radio transcripts, scrapbooks, broadcast discs, and audio-tapes of discs; include material concerning career of Senator Arthur H. Vandenberg, the senatorial campaign of 1942 between Prentiss Brown and Homer Ferguson, and radio broadcasting in general.
|Cushman, Katherine Moore / [1950-1970]||
Title: Katherine Moore Cushman Papers
Extent: 4 linear ft.
Abstract: Local and state League of Women Voters official, Dearborn, Michigan, civic activist. Papers relating to her organizational involvements, especially Church Women United, 1962-1969; the Citizens Committee for Equal Opportunity, 1963-1969; the Governor's Special Conservation Study Committee, 1963-1964; the state office and Dearborn chapter of the League of Women Voters, 1950-1970; the Michigan Constitutional Convention, 1961-1963; the Michigan Council of Churches, 1963-1969; the Northwestern Child Guidance Clinic, 1962-1966; also files relating to her opposition to parochiaid, or public funding of private schools; and photograph.
|Cutler, M. Rupert. / [ 1933-1962 and 1969-1977 ]||
M. Rupert Cutler papers
1933-1962 and 1969-1977
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Environmentalist, conservational journalist, educator; files and other materials relating to his education and training and to his professional activities in Michigan, Arizona, and Virginia.