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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Goddard, Edwin C. (Edwin Charles), 1865-1942 / [ ca. 1884-ca. 1940 ]||
Edwin C. Goddard papers
[ca. 1884]-[ca. 1940]
Extent: 1.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of mathematics and later of law at the University of Michigan., papers include addresses and essays, family genealogies, class notebooks, and a draft manuscript and source materials for a history of the U-M Law School.
|Goebel, Paul Gordon, 1901- / [ 1942-1964 ]||
Paul Gordon Goebel papers
Extent: 11 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Businessman and Republican mayor of Grand Rapids, Michigan, 1950-1954 and 1956-1958, delegate to the 1961 constitutional convention, and regent of University of Michigan. Correspondence, mayoral topical files, campaign materials, and scrapbooks concerning his activities in opposition to the political leadership of Frank D. McKay and George Welsh, the Republican National Convention of 1960, the work of the constitutional convention, and the founding of WZZM-TV and photographs.
|Goldberg, Stanley B. / [ 1981-1993]||
Stanley B. Goldberg Papers,
Extent: 0.5 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Papers of Stanley B. Goldberg, president of the Wayne County, Mich., chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Collection includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and videotapes.
|Goldman, Edwin Franko, 1878-1956. / [ca. 1770-1954]||
Title: Edwin Franko Goldman Autograph Collection
ca. 1770-1954 bulk 1850s-1940s
Extent: 1 linear ft. in 2 boxes
Abstract: Edwin Franko Goldman (1878-1956) was an American composer and conductor for military bands. Collection, assembled by Goldman, of autographs, letters, photographs, and musical scores of many musical celebrities from his lifetime and before.
|Gomberg, Edith / [ 1940-2003 ]||
Edith Gomberg papers
Extent: 23.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Edith S. Lisansky Gomberg was a professor and researcher in psychology and social work with special interest and expertise in the areas of alcohol problems and drug abuse in women. Gomberg's papers detail her active professional life as a researcher and professor with material on her research and teaching, publications, presentations, material documenting her various activities and involvement in her areas of interest, as well as correspondence and biographical information.
|Gomberg, H. J. (Henry Jacob), 1918- / [1941-1995]||
Title: H. J. (Henry Jacob) Gomberg Papers
1941-1995 bulk 1955-1980
Extent: 2.0 linear ft.
Abstract: University of Michigan professor of nuclear engineering; files relating to his Central American peace interests and to the peaceful uses of nuclear energy; also class notes, personal / biographical information, and visual material.
|Gomon, Josephine Fellows, 1892-1975. / [ 1913-1975 ]||
Josephine Fellows Gomon papers
Extent: 10 linear feet and 2 outsize volumes.
Abstract: Executive secretary to Detroit Mayor Frank Murphy, 1930-1933, chairwoman of the Mayor's Unemployment Committee, later director of the Detroit Housing Commission, candidate for Detroit public office, and director of women personnel at the Willow Run Bomber Plant during World War II. Correspondence and diaries concerning the Murphy mayoralty, Clarence Darrow and the Ossian Sweet Murder Trial of 1925, and local Detroit politics; and photographs.
|Good, Janet. / [ 1965-1996 ]||
Janet Good papers
Extent: 0.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Feminist, member of the Michigan Employment Security Commission, member of numerous feminist and civil rights organizations. Biographical information; subject files relating to activities with the Older Women's League, the National Organization for Women, and other feminist organizations.
|Goodman, Grant Kohn / [ 1943-1995 ]||
Grant K Goodman papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Grant K. Goodman was a student at the University of Michigan's Army Intensive Japanese Language School (AIJLS) during World War II. Goodman was the primary organizer of several AIJLS class reunions in the late 1980s and early 1990s. The collection contains papers documenting the AIJLS, specifically the Second Class, 1943-1944. It includes educational materials, reports, and commencement programs, as well as materials from the School's 1943 production of the musical "Nips in the Bud." A significant portion of the collection is made up of photographs, depicting life at AIJLS, Fort McClellan, Alabama, and in post-surrender Japan. Also included are materials related to Goodman's organization of the AIJLS reunions, largely comprised of correspondence, various written recollections, and a collection of six videocassettes.
|Goodrich, Calvin. / [ 1938-1946 ]||
Calvin Goodrich Papers
Extent: 0.6 linear ft.
Abstract: Newspaperman and curator of mollusks at the University of Michigan Museum of Zoology; correspondence from friend W. N. Weech writing from England during World War II; unpublished writings; and photographs.
|Goodrich, Fred Stanley, 1836-1919. / [ 1863-1918 ]||
Fred Stanley Goodrich papers
Extent: 0.3 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Alpena, Michigan, resident. Correspondence, including a letter from Thomas Wentworth Higginson and a letter describing Goodrich's Civil War experience in the 115th New York Volunteers at the Battle of Morris Island, South Carolina, genealogical material, recipe book, and miscellanea; also photographs.
|Goodspeed, Robert / [ 2000-2004 ]||
Robert Goodspeed papers
Extent: 1 linear foot.
Abstract: History honors student and reporter for the Michigan Daily, student newspaper for the University of Michigan. Includes history honors thesis (and background material) "Urban Renewal in Postwar Detroit: The Gratiot Area Redevelopment Plan," material for a mini-course on student activism at Michigan, and material collected for newspaper stories relating to campus issues, especially affirmative action, and the related group, By Any Means Necessary (BAMN). Also material on Michigamua and Vulcans.
|Gorman Family. / [ 1886-1970 ]||
Gorman Family papers
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Chelsea and Dexter, Michigan family. Letters of Nellie Gorman with her husband James, 1886-1892, while he served in the Michigan State Senate (1887-1891), and the U. S. House of Representatives (1891-1985); family letters; miscellanea relating to Gorman's estate; papers of son Galbraith Gorman, Dexter, Michigan, funeral home director; and photographs.
|Gorman, Michael (Michael Arthur), 1892-1958. / [ 1920-1958 ]||
Michael A. Gorman papers
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: Editor of the Flint Journal. Correspondence and topical files concerning his newspaper career in Flint, the role of the Flint Journal in the development of the city, the General Motors sit-down strike of 1937, and the position of automobile industry to Flint; and photographs.
|Gosling, John R.G., 1926-1992 / [1897-1984]||
Title: John R.G. Gosling Papers
1897-1984 bulk 1950-1975
Extent: 2.0 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of obstetrics and gynecology and associate dean of the Medical School, 1964-1981; papers include files on the history of the University of Micihgan Medical School, teaching and research files, some medical school administrative records and personal and professional correspondence.
|Gossett, Elizabeth Hughes, 1907-1981. / [ 1907-1990 ]||
Elizabeth Hughes Gossett papers
Extent: 2.6 linear feet in 3 boxes
Abstract: Volunteer in local and national community and professional organizations and resident of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan from 1947-1981; records include photographs, correspondence, articles, newspaper clippings, and notes related to Gossett’s personal life and volunteer activities.
|Gossett, William T. / [ 1927-1987 ]||
William T. Gossett papers
Extent: 19 linear feet
Abstract: Lawyer with the Bendix Corporation and the Ford Motor Company, and member of numerous legal and public service organizations. Speeches, articles and public statements; material relating to his activities with the American Bar Association, the National Legal Aid and Defender Association, and other legal groups; some files concern his interest in such topics as business ethics, campus government and student dissent in the 1960s, electoral college reform, and legal education; there is also material detailing his involvement in public service organizations concerned largely with civil rights and education; also contracts, agreements, and other documentation relating to reorganization of Wesco Corporation (later National Theatres Corporation), 1933-1936; and reorganization of Fox Film Corporation and Twentieth Century Pictures, July-August 1935.