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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Francis, Thomas, 1900- / [1917-1975]||
Title: Thomas Francis Papers
1917-1975 bulk 1941-1969
Extent: 66 linear feet and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: The Thomas Francis Jr. collections consists of the personal and professional papers of one of the developers of the influenza and poliomyelitis vaccinations. Francis taught epidemiology at the School of Public Health and medical school from 1941 to 1969 and greatly influenced the direction of research in his field.
|Frank, Richard C. / [ 1958-2004 ]||
Richard C. Frank papers
Extent: 43 linear feet and 90 tubes
Abstract: The papers of Richard C. Frank, preservation architect and planner, contain paper files as well as architectural drawings and sketches from Frank’s Preservation / Urban Design / Incorporated firm and from his work after leaving the firm in 1984. Major projects include Crossroads Village in Genesee County, the Detroit People Mover, Orchestra Hall of Detroit, and the Smithsonian Institution Art and Industries Building.
|Frankel, Betty. / [ 1958-1993 ]||
Betty Frankel papers
Extent: 5.25 linear feet
Abstract: Betty Frankel was an award-winning writer for the Observer and Detroit Free Press newspapers. The Betty Frankel Papers document her career as a writer for over three decades. The majority of the collection is comprised of Frankel's weekly columns in the Observer and Detroit Free Press.
|Frankena, William K. / [1927-1991]||
Title: William K. Frankena papers
1927-1991 bulk 1961-1981
Extent: 14 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan, scholar and writer on moral philosophy, ethics, and philosophy of education. Collection includes philosophy papers written as a student at Calvin College, the University of Michigan, and Harvard; lecture notes and course materials, mainly from his teaching career at the University of Michigan; research articles and other manuscripts; formal lectures and conference papers; topical and background files on philosophy topics; correspondence; and files detailing University of Michigan departmental and committee responsibilities.
|Franklin, C. L. (Clarence LaVaughn), 1915-1984. / [1957-1991]||
Title: C. L. Franklin Papers
1957-1991 bulk 1963-1984
Extent: 0.7 linear ft., 1 outsize folder and 1 phonograph disc
Abstract: Detroit African American clergyman and civil rights activitist. Papers accumulated by Franklin's daughter, Erma Franklin, relating to the life and career of her father; include biographical information, transcripts of oral interviews; scattered sermons and correspondence, including letters from daughter Aretha and from Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.; topical files about his church and civil rights activities; and photographs
|Frederickson, Randa, collector. / [ 1894-1978 and undated ]||
Randa Frederickson collection.
1894-1978 and undated
Extent: 0.5 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
|Freedman, David Noel, 1922- / [1945-1983]||
Title: Freedman, David Noel (1922-2008)
Extent: 10 linear ft.
Abstract: Biblical scholar, professor of Near Eastern Studies, and director of the Program on Studies in Religion at the University of Michigan. Subject files relating to his scholarly and organizational activities, notably with the American Schools of Oriental Research and as editor of the journal Biblical Archeologist ; class notes from courses at Johns Hopkins, including courses taught by William F. Albright; and material concerning his personal and professional relationship with Albright (and Albright's literary estate).
|Freedman, Ronald 1917- / [ 1961-2000 ]||
Ronald Freedman papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of sociology and director of the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan, Ronald Freedman's research interests centered on population structure and social change. Freedman's papers consist of documentation from two large-scale survey analysis projects he was involved with, including survey questionnaires, data, and reports from Taiwan Population Studies, and Detroit Area Studies.
|Freemasons. Fraternity Lodge, No. 262 F.&A.M. (Ann Arbor, Mich.). / [ 1869-2003 ]||
Freemasons, Fraternity Lodge, No. 262 F.&A.M. (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records
Extent: 7 linear feet and 24 outsize volumes (9 linear feet)
Abstract: Masonic lodge founded in 1869 in Ann Arbor, Michigan; minutes, membership records, and other administrative materials.
|Freemasons. Golden Rule Lodge No. 159 (Ann Arbor, Mich.). / [ 1864-1997 ]||
Freemasons, Golden Rule Lodge No. 159 (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 linear feet and 18 oversize volumes
|French family / [ ca. 1908-1966 ]||
French family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Files of J. Leslie French, Presbyterian clergyman, and first campus minister at the University of Michigan Tappan Hall Presbyterian Association; and papers of his wife, Edna Cumming French, largely concerning her involvement in the Alumnae Council's fundraising for the construction of the Women's League.
|Fresh Air Camp (University of Michigan) / [1922-1979]||
Title: Fresh Air Camp (University of Michigan) Records
1922-1979 bulk 1967-1972
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: Youth camp founded in 1921 by member of University of Michigan Student Christian Association to provide outdoor experience for underprivileged youths, management assumed by University of Michgan Institute for Human Adjustment in 1944 and later by the School of Education when emphasis changed to serving physically handicapped children. Records document management of the camp including reports on camp activites and research conducted at the camp.
|Frey, Charles F., 1929 – / [ 1968 - 2013 ]||
Charles F. Frey papers
1968 - 2013
1971 - 1973
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Abstract: Charles F. Frey was a Professor of Surgery at the University of Michigan, chairman of the Michigan Emergency Services Health Council, founder of the University Association for Emergency Medical Services, chairman of the American College of Surgeons' Michigan Committee on Trauma, and a member of the Washtenaw County Emergency Medical Service Health Council. Frey is known for his work in the development of emergency management systems at a state and national level, for the development of medical specializations in trauma, and for pancreatic surgery research. The collection includes correspondence, reports, records of emergency medicine organizations, and Frey's autobiographical account of his work in emergency medicine.
|Friars (Musical Group). / [ 1956-1993 ]||
Friars (Musical Group) records
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: University of Michigan a capella octet formed in 1955, composed of members of the men's glee club. Collection consists of Topical files and photographs.
|Friends of the Jordan River Watershed / [ 1967-2012 ]||
Friends of the Jordan River Watershed records
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: The Friends of the Jordan River Watershed. Records contains the organizational and non-organizational records of conservation activities pertaining to the Jordan River and other fresh water bodies in the northwest corner of Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
|Frieze, Henry S. (Henry Simmons), 1817-1889. / [1835-1920]||
Title: Henry Simmons Frieze Papers
Extent: 1.3 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of Latin and acting president of University of Michigan. Correspondence, 1855-1856, to his wife, describing his travels and experiences in Europe; also material pertaining to affairs of University of Michigan, including letters from Andrew D. White of Cornell University; biographical and genealogical material on Frieze, eighteen volumes of records of European travel; and photographs.
|Frisbie, Nora G., collector. / [1918-1982 (scattered dates)]||
Title: Nora G. Frisbie papers
1918-1982 (scattered dates)
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Her uncle, Robert Granville served as a sergeant, 337th Field Hospital in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes two papers, 1982, consisting of typescripts of letters of Robert Granville, written while in military training at Camp Custer, 1917-1918, and as a member of the Polar Bear expedition; also scattered clippings, and photograph.
|From Scholarly Promise to Achievement: A Selection of Distinguished Rackham Ph.D.'s of the Past Fifty Years (Ann Arbor, 1988) / [ 1988 ]||
Exhibition photograph collection
Extent: 2 Linear Feet and one oversize folder
Abstract: Exhibition photographs and captions used in the fiftieth anniversary celebration of the Rackham Building, 1988. Also includes related correspondence. Mainly photographs of distinguished Rackham Ph.D. holders.
|Frost, Wallace, 1892-1962. / [ ca. 1939-1962 ]||
Wallace Frost papers
Extent: 0.1 linear ft., 16 sets of blueprints, and 1 reel microfilm
Abstract: Detroit area architect. Blueprints of selected buildings, biographical materials, advertising and financial material relating to Pittsfield Village, Ann Arbor, Mich., and photographs.