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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Duderstadt, James J., 1942- / [1963-1997]||
Title: James J. Duderstadt Papers
1963-1997, bulk 1970-1996
Extent: 23.5 linear feet and 2,078 digital files (64.4 Mb)
Abstract: Nuclear engineer, professor and eleventh president of the University of Michigan (1988-1996), leader in efforts to transform the University of Michigan, and higher education generally, into a culturally diverse, financially secure, and technologically advanced institution. Collection consists of both paper and digital documents, including speeches, presentations, writings and images. Portions of the collection are restricted. This collection represents the "personal papers" of president Duderstadt. Other material relating to his presidency is located in the record group "University of Michigan. President."
|Dudley, Adolphus Mansfield, 1877- / [ 1907-1945 ]||
Adolphus Mansfield Dudley papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Electrical engineer; professional papers relating to his career at Westinghouse.
|Duff Ivan F. (1915-1994) / [ 1947-1994 ]||
Ivan F. Duff papers
Extent: 4.5 linear feet
Abstract: Rheumatologist and founder of the University of Michigan Turner Geriatric Clinic; director of the Rackham Arthritis Research Unit and chief of the Arthritis Division. Records relating to the development of gerontological medicine at the University of Michigan and the founding of the Turner Geriatric Clinic; includes biographical material, correspondence, planning records, name files, and topical files relating to gerontology and rheumatic diseases.
|Duffy, Yvonne. / [1952-2000]||
Title: Yvonne Duffy papers
1952-2000, bulk 1966-1999
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: Michigan freelance writer and disability rights advocate. Biographical information, research files, published articles, unpublished writings, and audiocassettes of interviews conducted by Duffy in her research.
|Duink, Harry. / [1918-1919]||
Title: Harry Duink papers
Extent: 3 folder [120 digital files]
Abstract: Papers of a soldier in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Duke, Kevin. / [1984-1998]||
Title: Kevin Duke Papers
1984-1998 bulk 1987-1997
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, businessman, active in local community groups and programs; a founder of Trailblazers of Washtenaw County, a non-profit agency operating a clubhouse rehabilitation center for the mentally ill; also active in Ann Arbor educational issues. Records of Trailblazers include bylaws, minutes, publications, and other administrative records; also files relating to involvement in other organizations for the mentally ill and Ann Arbor education.
|Dumond, Dwight Lowell, 1895- / [ 1928-1970 ]||
Dwight L. Dumond papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of history at the University of Michigan. Correspondence and other papers concerning his research and writings on the anti-slavery movement in America.
|Duncan, Todd / [ 1912-1998 ]||
Todd Duncan papers
Extent: 12 linear feet
Abstract: The Todd Duncan Papers document the life and career of baritone singer Todd Duncan. Trained as a classical singer, Duncan was chosen by George Gershwin to originate the role of Porgy in Gershwin's American folk opera Porgy and Bess. Duncan's career spanned numerous concert tours, productions, and performances. The papers in the collection include photographs, scrapbooks, news stories, and personal papers.
|Dundon, Walter F., 1890- / [1929 and 1969]||
Title: Walter F. Dundon papers
1929 and 1969.
Extent: 2 folders
Abstract: Soldier from Frankfurt, Mich., member of Co. M, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes diary and reminiscences relating to his trip to Russia in 1929 to recover the bodies of members of the Archangel Expedition killed and buried in the Soviet Union.
|Dunham, Arthur. / [ca. 1900-1980]||
Title: Arthur Dunham Papers
Extent: 32.2 linear ft.
Abstract: Social worker in Massachusetts and Pennsylvania, professor of community organization at the University of Michigan, a pacifist imprisoned as a conscientious objector during World War I, a founding member of Ann Arbor Society of Friends. Papers include correspondence, subject files and research material relating to his work and teaching, files assembled for a history of the Ann Arbor Friends Meeting, material on his pacifist activities and published and unpublished writings.
|Dunham, Fred Sylvester. / [ 1903-1970 ]||
Fred S. Dunham papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of Latin in the School of Education at the University of Michigan; correspondence; student notebooks, topical files, and photographs.
|Dunn, Francis Wayland, 1843-1874. / [ 1856-1874 ]||
Francis Wayland Dunn papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (20 volumes and 36 folders)
Abstract: Student at Hillsdale College, soldier during the Civil War with the 64th Illinois Volunteers. Diaries, 1860-1872, describing student life, wartime activities, trip to Europe and the Near East, and western trip containing impressions of Indians and Mormons; also correspondence, various writings, and commonplace book, 1872.
|Dunn, Gerald R. / [ 1969-1984 ]||
Gerald R. Dunn papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Regent of the University of Michigan. Topical files relating to his activities as a regent and the issues and problems affecting the University of Michigan.
|Dunn, Ransom, 1818-1900. / [ 1796-1900 ]||
Ransom Dunn papers
Extent: 10 linear feet
Abstract: Free Will Baptist minister, professor and acting president of Hillsdale College. Correspondence and other materials concerning the Free Will Baptists, Hillsdale College and its predecessor, Michigan Central College at Spring Arbor, with mention of Dunn's anti-slavery and Republican Party activities; also Civil War letters from his sons, Francis Wayland Dunn and Newell Ransom Dunn.
|Dunne, Jim, 1931- / [ 1969-2011 ]||
Jim Dunne papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 4 boxes)
Abstract: Jim Dunne is known for his work as a pioneer in automotive spy photography. He is also an established journalist and author, and conducted automotive performance tests and reviews of new vehicles for many years. The collection, spanning 1969-2011, includes his book Car Spy: Secret Cars Exposed by the Industry's Most Notorious Photographer, magazines containing his photographic work, articles written by him, and awards and recognitions. A large portion of the collection is made up of visual materials, which consists of photographs, slides, negatives, CDs containing images of automobiles he included in his book, and a digital slideshow presentation featuring his work.
|Dustin, Fred, 1866- / [1866-1975]||
Title: Fred Dustin papers
Extent: 4.5 linear feet and 1 outsize volume
Abstract: Fred Dustin was a Saginaw, Michigan, building contractor, deputy state oil inspector, 1903-1905, and archaeological surveyor and writer on Michigan archaeology and history. The papers include correspondence, newspaper clippings, sketches, diaries, and record books concerning his interest in the archaeology of Michigan, including the archaeological survey of Isle Royale, 1929-1930, and the survey and mapping of the Ogemaw County Earthworks in 1931; also material relating to the history of Saginaw and to Dustin's interest in the archaeology of the Michigan Indian; and photographs. Correspondents include Wilber M. Brucker, Fred L. Crawford, Woodbridge N. Ferris, William B. Mershon, William A. Smith, Albert W. Tausend, Charles E. Townsend, Arthur J. Tuttle, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and Murray D. Van Wagoner.
|Duty, Charles L. / [1997-2000]||
Title: Charles L. Duty papers
1997-2000, bulk 1997-1998
Extent: 0.75 linear ft.
Abstract: Gay activist from Ypsilanti, Michigan, who helped lead the fight for Ypsilanti's anti-discrimination ordinance. Correspondence and agenda and meeting minutes of Ypsilanti city council and other city agencies at which anti-discrimination ordinance was debated; newspaper clippings; and papers of Citizens for Community, a lesbian-gay-bisexual activist group.