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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Gibbons, Delmar D., 1913- / [ 1932-1967 ]||
Delmar D. Gibbons papers
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: State and national Prohibition Party officer and candidate, executive chairman of the Prohibition National Committee, editor of the National Statesman, 1963-1967; correspondence, campaign material, news releases, scrapbooks, photographs, and printed material.
|Gibson, Kenneth Richard, 1895-1959. / [ 1930-1956 ]||
Kenneth Richard Gibson papers
Extent: 14 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, dentist and leader in public health dentistry; director of the Dental Division of the Children's Fund of Michigan (1929-1948), director of the Child Health division of the Children's Fund (1948-1954), and administrator of the Northern and Central Michigan Children’s Clinics. Correspondence, reports, budgets, questionnaires, inventories, and form books concerning dental programs of the Children’s Fund; lectures and articles on dental practice and education; also photographs.
|Giese, Elizabeth H., 1943- / [ 1971-1992 and 1997 ]||
Elizabeth H. Giese papers
1971-1992 and 1997
Extent: 3.5 linear feet
Abstract: Giese served as director of the Michigan Project on Equal Education Rights (PEER), a division of the National Organization for Women's Legal Defense and Education Fund, from 1978 to 1984. The collection also contains files on Michigan women in high school athletics, vocational education courses, math classes, and science classes. Other files relate to legal cases on sex discrimination, the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame, and all-male academies in Detroit.
|Gilchrist Family / [1867-1945]||
Title: Gilchrist Family Papers
Extent: 7 linear ft.
Abstract: Alpena, Michigan, family; correspondence, letterpress books, financial papers, and other material largely relating to the family's business enterprises in lumbering, sugar manufacturing, ferry and excursion lines, mining, and banking; contain record of business affairs in Alpena, Michigan, and other areas of northern Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio, Wisconsin, Missouri, Oregon, and Mississippi; family members represented in the collection include Frank W. Gilchrist and two of his sons, Frank R. and Ralph Gilchrist, also members of a related Fletcher and Potter families.
|Gildart, Joyce S. (Joyce Stuart), ca. 1920-1969 / [ circa 1940-1943 ]||
Joyce Stuart Gildart photograph collection
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Negatives of photos of University of Michiagn campus buildings and student activities; some of the photos were published in the Michiganensian.
|Gilfillan, Lauren, 1909- / [ 1921-1999 ]||
Lauren Gilfillan papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet and 1 oversize volume
Abstract: Author of I Went to Pit College; correspondence and other materials relating to her book and to her later struggle with mental illness.
|Gill, Lillian. / [ 1950s-2007 ]||
Lillian Gill papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: African American businesswoman from Grand Rapids, Michigan; correspondence, clippings, published materials, and photographs largely relating to her civic, political, fraternal, and church activities, especially her long-time involvement with the Order of the Eastern Star and with New Hope Baptist Church in Grand Rapids.
|Gillespie, Glenn C.(Glenn Carlton), 1885- / [ 1905-1959 ]||
Glenn C. Gillespie papers
Extent: 2 linear ft.,1 oversize folder, 2 film reels, 2 DVDs and digital video files
Abstract: Opinions written as judge, June 1, 1921-December 4, 1935 (7 volumes); photograph albums; account book, 1908-1910; miscellaneous clippings, citations, and correspondence and motion pictures
|Gillette, Genevieve, 1898- / [1914-1987]||
Title: Genevieve Gillette Papers
1914-1987 bulk 1951-1980
Extent: 10 linear ft. and 1 outsize folder
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, Landscape architect, speaker and lobbyist on behalf of conservation and beautification, president of the Michigan Parks Association, and member of the Citizens' Advisory Committee on Recreation and Natural Beauty during the Johnson Administration. Correspondence, reports, oral history interviews, and other materials concerning her interest in state and national conservation legislation; and photographs.
|Gilman, Sid, 1932- / [ 1961-2003 ]||
Sid Gilman papers
Extent: 9 linear ft.
Abstract: The Sid Gilman collection consists of biographical, UM departmental, research, and grant information, in addition to numerous lectures and presentations that Gilman has given during his tenure at both Columbia University and the University of Michigan. Correspondence, filmstrips, photographs, videotape, and other media are distributed throughout the collection. Material about Derek Denny-Brown is also included.
|Gilmore, Melvin R. (Melvin Randolph), 1868-1940 / [1905-1938 and undated]||
Title: Melvin R. Gilmore papers
1905-1938 and undated
Extent: 4.25 linear feet
Abstract: Melvin Randolph Gilmore was one of the preeminent ethnobotanists of his generation and served as Curator of Ethnology for the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan from 1929 to 1939. The Gilmore Papers contain correspondence, topical files, field notes, photographs, and manuscripts related to his work among Native American groups of the Plains and Prairies, including the Arikara and the Omaha.
|Giltrow, David / [ 1960-1961 ]||
David Giltrow photograph collection
Extent: 0.2 linear feet
Abstract: David Giltrow was a student photographer for The Michigan Daily and Michiganensian from 1960 to 1961. The collection contains negatives and paper contact prints of photos taken by Giltrow. Subjects include John F. Kennedy's 1960 campaign stop in Ann Arbor and whistle stop train trip in Michigan, campus visits by Pat Kennedy Lawford and Chester Bowles, a Pete Seeger concert, Americans Committed to World Responsibility Conference, and a 1961 Ann Arbor Civil Rights march.
|Gingrich, Arnold. / [1932-1975]||
Title: Arnold Gingrich Papers
Extent: 24.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Founding editor of Esquire magazine; collection is a mix of personal papers and business records, biographical information, personal correspondence with or about many of the authors who conrtibuted to the magazine, speeches and photographs.
|Ginsberg, Edward, 1917-1997. / [ 1950-1997 ]||
Edward Ginsberg papers
Extent: 7 linear feet, 12 motion picture reels, and 9 oversized framed items
Abstract: Edward Ginsberg was born in Brooklyn in 1917 and graduated from the University of Michigan in 1938. Ginsberg was heavily involved in Israeli and Jewish activities in the United States and served as chairman and president of United Jewish Appeal. The collection primarily documents his travel to Israel on behalf of United Jewish Appeal and highlights his relationship with prominent Israeli leaders, including Golda Meir, Moshe Dayan, and David Ben-Gurion. The collection is especially strong in its visual documentation of life in Israel during the 1960s.
|Girls Friendly Society of the United States of America. Diocese of Michigan. / [ 1896-1997 ]||
Girls Friendly Society of the United States of America, Diocese of Michigan, records
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: The Girls Friendly Society of the United States of America, Diocese of Michigan serves girls and women within the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan. Their main function was to maintain several cottages, which were first used as vacation homes for working women in the 1890's and then slowly evolved into a summer camp for young girls. The record group includes meeting minutes, clippings, publications, and related materials.
|Gitzen, Joseph A. / [ 1917-1919 ]||
Joseph A. Gitzen papers
Extent: 0.2 linear feet, 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Papers of Corporal Joseph A. Gitzen, resident of Houghton, Mich., member of Co. A., 310th U.S. Engineers who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes Gitzen's personal and military papers, as well as Company A records, printed materials, maps, and an armband.