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Fead, Louis H., 1877-1943 Title: Louis H. Fead papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Associate justice of the Michigan Supreme Court; correspondence, speeches and other materials relating to Michigan politics, Republican Party affairs, and his judicial career.
Feddersen, Christian T. Title: Christian T. Feddersen visual materials collection
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Photographs, 1905 and ca. 1955-1965, and film, 1938, relating to Scandinavian-American activities and organizations in Detroit, Michigan; also photos, 1905, of National Tea Company, a Danish-owned Detroit business.
Federbush, Marcia. Title: Marcia Federbush papers
Extent: 4.4 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of Marcia Federbush (1934- ), author of the first study of sex discrimination in a public school and of the first Title IX complaint against a university (University of Michigan). Federbush was inducted into The Michigan Women's Hall of Fame for being at the forefront of the efforts for gender equality. The collection includes correspondence, pamphlets, articles, brochures, and laws regarding gender equality. A significant amount of the collection contains the draft for Federbush's unfinished book about discrimination in public education.
Feingold, Eugene N. Title: Eugene N. Feingold Papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of Health Management and Policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health; also active in the American Civil Liberties Union, Michigan League for Human Service, Corner Health Center, and other organizations promoting social justice issues. The collection consists of files relating to his activist interests and to his involvement with different committee memberships within and outside of the University of Michigan.
Felch, Alpheus, 1804-1896 Title: Alpheus Felch Papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Lawyer, Member of Michigan Supreme Court, 1842-1846, Democratic Governor of Michigan, 1846-1847, and holder of numerous other public offices; papers include correspondence and other papers documenting his career in public service.
Feldt, Allan G. Title: Allan G. Feldt papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Allan G. Feldt was a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan who developed a number of simulation games related to urban planning. The collection includes materials related to simulation games Feldt developed and consulted on.
Ferguson, Homer, 1888-1982 Title: Homer Ferguson Papers
Extent: 26 linear feet
Abstract: Republican U.S. Senator from Michigan, U.S. Ambassador to the Philippines; files relating to his various career responsibilities, photographs, sound recordings.
Ferguson, John W. Title: John W. Ferguson photograph collection
Extent: 6.12 MB (1 digital file)
Abstract: Papers of a soldier in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
Ferry family. Title: Ferry Family (Dexter Ferry) papers
Extent: 23.5 linear feet (in 25 boxes)
Abstract: A pioneer Detroit, Michigan family, established the Ferry Seed Company and other business enterprises, active in civic and cultural affairs. Papers document the family and its business, cultural, political and philanthropic activities.
Ferry Family (William Montague Ferry family) Title: William Montague Ferry family papers [microfilm]
Extent: 2 microfilms (0.8 linear feet and 1 oversize folder)
Abstract: William Montague Ferry served as missionary to Indians at Michilimackinac, Michigan for the United Foreign Missionary Society, 1822-1834 and as clergyman in Grand Haven, Michigan. William Montague Ferry, Jr. served in the 14th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War, as University of Michigan Regent and later moved to Park City, Utah where he was active in Democratic Party politics. Thomas W. Ferry served as congressman, 1865 to 1871, and as U.S. Senator from 1871 to 1883. Papers include correspondence describing missionary work of William M. Ferry, Sr., civil war letters of William M. Ferry, Jr., some political correspondence of Thomas W. Ferry, and letters of Amanda White Ferry, wife of William Sr.
Ferry Family (William Montague Ferry family) Title: Ferry Family Papers (William Montague Ferry family)
Extent: 0.8 linear feet
Abstract: William Montague Ferry served as missionary to Indians at Michilimackinac, Michigan for the United Foreign Missionary Society, 1822-1834 and as clergyman in Grand Haven, Michigan. William Montague Ferry, Jr. served in the 14th Michigan Infantry in the Civil War, as University of Michigan Regent and later moved to Park City, Utah where he was active in Democratic Party politics. Thomas W. Ferry served as congressman, 1865 to 1871, and as U.S. Senator from 1871 to 1883. Papers include correspondence describing missionary work of William M. Ferry, Sr., civil war letters of William M. Ferry, Jr., some political correspondence of Thomas W. Ferry, and letters of Amanda White Ferry, wife of William Sr.
Festinger, Leon, 1919- Title: Leon Festinger papers
Extent: 3.5 linear feet (in 5 boxes)
Abstract: Social psychologist, specialist in the theory of cognitive dissonance, with interest in the fields of visual perception, archaeology and pre-historic social organization. Papers, primarily from his years at Stanford University, include correspondence, speeches, unpublished articles, reports, some research material and files relating to various professional organizations and meetings.
Feuerwerker, Albert. Title: Albert Feuerwerker papers
Extent: 10 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of Chinese history at the University of Michigan. Correspondence, academic papers, committee meeting minutes, and reports relating to his involvement in various professional organizations.
Fey, Charles. Title: Charles Fey papers
Extent: 9 linear feet
Abstract: Birmingham, Michigan, businessman and Masonic historian; correspondence, research materials, and writings on freemasonry; also materials on other research interests, notably the history of Royal Oak and Royal Oak Township.