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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Gabler, Cornelius L. T., 1902-1988. / [ 1939-1988 ]||
Cornelius L. T. Gabler papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, architect; 1934 graduate of the University of Michigan. Biographical material and descriptions of his architectural work, including photographs; also photographs taken during World War II and report of U.S. Strategic Bombing Survey on Wake Island, Marshall Islands, and Rabaul, New Britain.
|Gajec, Edward, 1918- / [1935-1995]||
Title: Edward Gajec Papers
1935-1995 bulk 1970-1990
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Abstract: Musician and music educator active in Detroit, Michigan area Polish and ethnic music circles, papers include correspondence, publicity material and photographs relating to ethnic music festivals and organizations.
|Galbraith, D. James / [ 1955-2012 ]||
D. James Galbraith photographic collection
Extent: 16 linear feet in 10 archival boxes, 5 outsize boxes, 1 oversize box, and 1 overzie folio.
Abstract: The D. James Galbraith Photographic Collection reflects D. James (Jim) Galbraith's career as a photographer, covering more than five decades and containing thousands of pictures in the form of prints, negatives, and slides about everyday life in rural Michigan. The D. James Galbraith Photographic Collection is significant for its extensive photographic evidence of rural Michigan, particularly its emphasis on families, communities, and local institutions such as churches and schools. The collection is useful as a visual representation of late twentieth-century Michigan, capturing a wide array of social and cultural activities that highlight the daily experiences of Michigan residents.
|Gale, Esson McDowell, 1884- / [ 1909-1965 ]||
Esson M. Gale papers
Extent: 3 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Orientalist, government official and director of the International Center at University of Michigan. Correspondence, 1929-1965, notebooks, 1940-1942, and scrapbooks relating largely to professional activities and China; also photographs.
|Galens Medical Society / [ 1914-2001 ]||
Galens Medical Society records
Extent: 8.0 linear feet
Abstract: Student Honorary Medical Society at the University of Michigan Medical School, conducts annual "Tag Day" fund-raising campaign in support of its charitable activities and produces the Smoker, an annual musical parody produced and performed by medical students; papers include minutes and other organizational records, historical sketches of the organization, photographs documenting the founding and growth of the society and audio-visual recordings of Galens Smoker
|Gallagher, Arthur. / [ 1947-1992 ]||
Arthur Gallagher Papers
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: Editor of the Ann Arbor News, 1954-1976. Personal and professional correspondence, photographs, editorials, editorial topical files, and speeches; also organizational files relating to the Booth Newspaper chain and the Ann Arbor News, and to other professional, civic, and charitable organizations, notably the Michigan Press Association, the University Press Club of Michigan, and the Ann Arbor Chamber of Commerce.
|Galler, Bernard A. / [1956-1994]||
Title: Bernard A. Galler Papers
1956-1994 bulk 1960-1986
Extent: 26.5 linear ft.
Abstract: University of Michigan professor of mathematics, charter member of the department of computer and communication sciences; papers include biographical information; correspondence, 1959-1993; files relating to his participation on various boards and professional organizations; and files pertaining to his University of Michigan research activities and to his participation in university affairs and governance.
|Garcia, Valde. / [ 1999-2010 ]||
Valde Garcia papers
Extent: 13 linear feet
Abstract: Michigan Republican State Senator; the collection relates primarily to proposed legislation, other files document issues of concern to the Hispanic community of Michigan; also issues relating to Michigan veterans.
|Gargoyle (Organization) / [ 1910-2012 ]||
Extent: 3 linear feet and 1 outsize box
Abstract: The Gargoyle, a University of Michigan humor magazine, was first published in 1909. The collection includes correspondence, ephemera, photographs, reminiscences from Gargoyle staff members, and some original artwork.
|Garrison, Garnet R., 1911- / [ 1928-1990 ]||
Garnet R. Garrison Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Radio and television broadcaster; professor of speech at the University of Michigan; director of television, later director of broadcasting at the university. Biographical material, subject files relating to his career in broadcasting, published writings, speeches, scripts, and audio-visual materials; files document development of television at the University of Michigan, including various administrative and program changes.
|Gates, Frank C. (Frank Caleb), 1887-1955. / [1912-2000]||
Title: Frank C. Gates Collection
1912-2000 bulk 1912-1915
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of botany at the University of the Philippines, 1912-1915; later he taught botany and biology at the University of Michigan Biological Station, then at Kansas State College. Unpublished biography written by his son David M. Gates; correspondence written from the Philippines to his parents, family members, and his financee; miscellaneous descriptions and drafts of writings pertaining to Philippine vegetation and travels in the Philippines; and photographs.
|Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing / [ 1976-2012 ]||
Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing records
Extent: 7.0 linear feet
Abstract: Established in 1976 by the University of Michigan College of Literature, Science and the Arts, the Gayle Morris Sweetland Center for Writing (originally the English Composition Board) administers the writing program of the College and provides writing courses and assistance for students of the University from freshman year through graduate school. Collection contains administrative files covering all aspects of the Center's history as well as printed material and publications.