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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Grace Bible Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.). / [ 1939-2003 ]||
Grace Bible Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records
Extent: 8.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan independent non-denominational church; annual reports, constitution, doctrinal statements, minutes, bulletins, newsletters, and miscellaneous.
|Grace Church (Mount Clemens, Mich.) / [ 1871-1971 ]||
Grace Church (Mount Clemens, Mich.) records
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Mount Clemens, Michigan, Episcopal Church; minutes of the vestry and of St. Anne’s Guild, and other records.
|Graduate Employees Organization (University of Michigan). / [ 1970-2015]||
Graduate Employees Organization (University of Michigan)records
Extent: 23.8 linear feet (in 25 boxes), 1.2 MB (online), and 2 archived websites (online)
Abstract: Legally-certified collective bargaining agent for the graduate student teaching and staff assistants at the Universty of Michigan. Includes minutes of meetings, announcements, newsletters and other materials concerning, in part, its activities to gain recognition and its strike against the University in 1975. Also includes material related to the organization's bargaining and negotiations with the University.
|Graham, Chester A. (Chester Arthur), 1892- / [1921-1980]||
Title: Chester A. Graham Papers
Extent: 15 linear ft.
Abstract: Cooperative leader and liberal activist. Topical files and photographs relating to his work with an Americanization program for immigrants in Akron, Ohio in the 1920s; his involvement in the National Farmers Union, including radio transcripts of programs presented by the North Dakota Farmers Union; and his interest in the Danish folk school movement and the administration of Ashland College in Grant, Michigan; also material concerning the American Friends Service Committee, the Grant Community Church, pacifism, economic cooperatives, and other social and political liberal causes.
|Gramlich, Edward M. / [ 1969-2007 ]||
Edward M. Gramlich papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Edward M. Gramlich was a professor of economics and a member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve Board. His academic career was primarily associated with the University of Michigan where he taught economics and public policy. He also served as Dean of the School of Public Policy and as Interim Provost. He was a Governor on the Federal Reserve Board from 1997 to 2005. This fragmentary collection mainly represents papers and presentations done by Gramlich, including speeches and interviews recorded on videotape (VHS) and DVD. Some photographs are also included.
|Grand Hotel (Mackinac Island, Mich.) / [ca. 1855-2011]||
Title: Grand Hotel (Mackinac Island, Mich.) records
ca. 1855-2011 bulk 1946-2011
Extent: 24.5 linear feet and 2 outsize folders
Abstract: The Grand Hotel records comprise documents, photographs, audio and videographic material collected about the hotel by its management. The strength of the collection is in its documentation of the guest experience at the hotel, and the evolution of amenities offered by the hotel during the mid-to-late 20th century. A small number of items also provide a glimpse of the hotel’s earliest days as a summer resort.
|Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce (Mich.) / [ 1887-1946 ]||
Grand Rapids Chamber of Commerce records
Extent: 17 microfilm reels
Abstract: Board of directors minutes, committee minutes and reports, and newsletters; include materials concerning the Chamber's efforts on behalf of civic and local economic improvements.
|Grand Rapids Kindergarten Training School / [ 1891-1919 ]||
Grand Rapids Kindergarten Training School records
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Articles of incorporation and minutes; student registers and alumni rosters; performance records of students; student and teacher's notebooks, mostly those of Clara Wheeler; patterns and other teaching devices; and financial records.
|Grand Rapids Urban League / [1941-1986]||
Title: Grand Rapids Urban League records
Extent: 4 linear ft.
Abstract: Affiliate of the National Urban League. Records include historical information file, administrative files, topical files, and photographs.
|Grand Valley State Colleges Oral History Project / [ 1976-1977 ]||
Grand Valley State Colleges Oral History Project
Extent: 61 sound tape reels (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Oral history project undertaken by Professor John Tevebaugh of Grand Valley State Colleges in 1976. The focus of the interviews was the history of Grand Rapids, Michigan.
|Grandville-Jenison Congregational Church (Grandville, Mich.) / [ 1838-1936 ]||
Grandville-Jenison Congregational Church (Grandville, Mich.) records
Extent: 1 microfilm roll
Abstract: Church formed from merger of First Congregational Church, Grandville, and Jenison Congregational Church; church records.
|Granholm, Jennifer. / [ 1992-2010 ]||
Jennifer Granholm papers
Extent: 225 linear feet, 2 oversized boxes, 1 outsized folder, 7 oversized items, and electronic files (233.9 GB)
Abstract: Granholm was the Democratic governor of Michigan from 2003 to 2010. Records are primarily arranged by office of origin and staff member and document Granholm's service as governor. The series in the collection are: Transition 2002, Legal Division, Policy Division, Executive Office, Communications Division, Economic Recovery Office, Northern Michigan Office, Other Executive Divisions, Office of the Lieutenant Governor, Office of the First Gentleman, Archived Websites, and Memorabilia. The collection includes paper and electronic files and audio-visual materials. Extensively documented topics include economic diversification, renewable energy, environmental issues, education, Michigan's response to the 2008 financial crisis, the Governor's Hearing on the Removal of Kwame Kilpatrick from the office of Mayor of Detroit, and Michigan soldiers killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
|Graves family. / [ 1833-1874 ]||
Graves family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Grand Rapids, Michigan, family. Letters of Albert and Martha Calhoun Graves, including letters written during Civil War while Graves was a member of Co. B, First Michigan Engineers and Mechanics; also family letter reflecting daily life.
|Graves, Benjamin Franklin, b. 1817. / [ 1815-1950 ]||
Benjamin F. Graves papers
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Abstract: Circuit court judge and Michigan Supreme Court justice; his wife, Ann Lapham Graves, was a Battle Creek educator and civic leader; their son, Henry B. Graves, was a Detroit lawyer. Family correspondence concerning life in Battle Creek, Michigan, student life of H. B. Graves at the University of Michigan, 1879-1882, Kansas land speculation, 1883-1885, the Spanish-American War and legal affairs; personal journals and circuit court and Supreme Court record books of B. F. Graves; and photographs.
|Gray Panthers of Huron Valley / [1979-2008]||
Title: Gray Panthers of Huron Valley Records
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan-based chapter of the Gray Panthers. Subject files pertaining to chapter activities; administrative files include annual reports, correspondence, and newsletters.
|Gray, Harold Studley, 1894-1972. / [1896-1972]||
Title: Harold S. Gray Papers
Extent: 12.5 linear ft., 1 oversize folder, 2 oversize volumes, 6 motion picture reels
Abstract: Conscientious objector during World Wars I and II and founder of the farming cooperative Saline Valley Farms. Correspondence, diaries, notebooks, and other materials relating to all phases of his career, including his work as Y.M.C.A. worker in England, 1916-1917, and as teacher at Central China University, Wuchang, China, 1922-1926; also family correspondence of Philip H. and Almena S. Gray, 1874-1926; also photographs and motion pictures.
|Great Lakes Colleges Association. / [ 1961-1982 ]||
Great Lakes Colleges Association Records
Extent: 39.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor-based consortium of liberal arts colleges from Ohio, Indiana and Michigan formed to share resources, develop collaborative educational programs, and address common issues. Collection includes administrative records, correspondence, program proposals and reports, grant information, and content related to lobbying.
|Greater Lansing Urban League. / [ 1964-1976 ]||
Greater Lansing Urban League records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Affiliate chapter of the National Urban League. Annual reports, minutes of board of directors, and subject files concerning the work of the league in matters of employment and other community services; also speeches and other files of Charles H. Mitchner, executive director.
|Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church (Detroit, Mich.). / [ 1920-2008 ]||
Greater Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church (Detroit, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: African-American Baptist congregation located in Detroit, MI.; also called Shiloh Baptist Church. The record group includes a church history, celebratory and obsequy programs, clippings, and notebooks of materials accumulated during the pastorates of R. B. James, Solomon David Ross, William H. Crews, and Harold Knox; also bulletins of church services.
|Green Family. / [ 1827-1988 ]||
Camilla and Ethel Green Family Papers,
Extent: 8.0 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Camilla and Ethel Green were mother and daughter who resided in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area from the late 1800s through their deaths in 1955 and 1988, respectively. Both women corresponded prolifically with their family, friends and former students. This collection consists primarily of their letters, which are largely organized chronologically if not already grouped by correspondent.
|Green, Amos R., 1887-1968. / [1932-1967]||
Title: Amos R. Green Papers
Extent: 2.2 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Amateur archeologist and historian from Niles (Berrien County), Michigan. Biographical and personal material; correspondence; publications; talks, radio interviews and other public presentations; archeological site notes and reports; research sources and notes; maps; photographs; and files relating to his activities with the southwest chapter, Michigan Archeological Society; contain materials relating to his interest in the archeology, Indian anthropology, and history of the area around Berrien and Cass Counties; also papers documenting his relationship with professionals in various disciplines at the University of Michigan Museums and elsewhere.
|Green, Elizabeth A. H. / [ 1928-1993 ]||
Elizabeth Green papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of music at the University of Michigan School of Music. Green was a noted writer and teacher on the topic of teaching violin and other string instruments. Correspondence, biographical information, lectures and various writings, course materials, programs, and subject files relating in part to Nicolai Malko and Ivan Galamian; also photographs.
|Green, Fred Harrison, 1890-1961. / ||
Title: Fred Harrison Green papers
Extent: 2.97 MB [6 digital files]
Abstract: Letter of Fred Harrison Green, who served as a private in Company C, 310th Engineers, sent to Archangel, Russia at the end of World War I, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Green, Fred Warren, 1872-1936. / [ 1881-1939 ]||
Fred W. Green papers
Extent: 2.5 linear ft. (in 3 boxes), 4 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Republican Governor of Michigan, 1927-1930, from Ionia. Correspondence and other papers, 1898-1936, concerning the Spanish-American War, Republican politics, and personal affairs; and scrapbooks, 1896-1929, covering his political career and election campaigns; and photographs.
|Green, Harold C., 1889-1976. / [ 1918-1919 ]||
Harold C. Green diary
Extent: 1 folder.
Abstract: Harold Green was a Mount Clemens, Michigan, optometrist who served with the U.S. Army 339th Medical Detachment during the American intervention at Archangel, Russia. This collection contains a typescript copy of his diary, containing generally brief entries describing his actions in Russia.
|Green, Sullivan Dexter, 1833-1889. / [ 1853-1890 ]||
Sullivan Dexter Green papers [microform]
Extent: 0.3 linear feet , 1 roll microfilm
Abstract: Student at University of Michigan, 1855-1858, officer in Co. F, 24th Michigan Infantry and correspondent for the Detroit Free Press during the Civil War. Student letters and other correspondence, notes on baseball games played in Detroit, Michigan, in 1867, diary of a trip to Detroit in 1854, diary of daily activities in New Hampshire in 1856, newspaper clippings of war reports, edition of temperance newspaper which he published himself; and drawings.
|Greenberg, G. Robert (1918-2005) / [ 1940-2005 ]||
G. Robert Greenberg papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: G. Robert Greenberg was a professor in the Department of Biological Chemistry at Western Reserve University (1946-1957) and the University of Michigan (1957-2004). His papers contain correspondence, grant applications, research notes, and teaching documents.
|Greenman, Emerson Frank, 1895-1973. / [ 1888-1984 ]||
Emerson Frank Greenman Papers
Extent: 6 linear feet (in 7 boxes)
Abstract: Emerson Frank Greenman was a prominent Michigan archaeologist who served as Curator of the Great Lakes Division of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan from 1945 to 1965. The Greenman papers include correspondence, administrative materials related to the Camp Killarney field school in Ontario, Canada, site files for archaeological sites in Canada, research and topical files, scrapbooks and photographs.
|Gressman, Eugene, 1917- / [ 1935-1967 ]||
Eugene Gressman papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Law clerk to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Frank Murphy, and Washington, D.C. attorney. Diary, 1943-1944, relating to the Supreme Court, and miscellaneous notes, correspondence and newspaper clippings; also papers of Justice Murphy collected by Gressman, including notes of cabinet meetings, and of conferences and telephone calls; and correspondence, 1937-1949, between Frank Murphy and Felix Frankfurter.
|Grier, John William, 1892-1979. / [ 1918-1919]||
John William Grier photograph collection
Extent: 0.4 linear feet.
Abstract: Photograph collection of a soldier with the 167th Co., United States Army Transportation Corps, serving near Murmansk, Russia in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Griffin, James Bennett, 1905-1997 / [1922-1997]||
Title: James B. Griffin papers
Extent: 215 linear feet and 1 outsize notebook
Abstract: James Bennett Griffin was one of the major forces in the development of North American archaeology and served as the director of the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Michigan from 1946 to 1975. The papers contain correspondence, extensive research and photograph files on North American archaeological sites, cultures and artifacts, and information on Griffin's writing, professional activities, and teaching within the University of Michigan Department of Anthropology.
|Griffin, Levi T. (Levi Thomas),1837-1906. / [ 1875-1904 ]||
Levi T. Griffin papers
Extent: 0.3 linear ft. (37 items and 2 v.).
Abstract: Professor of law at University of Michigan and Democratic congressman, 1893-1895. Papers include correspondence, chiefly letters of recommendation; also photographs, miscellaneous papers, including part of Griffin's lectures on federal jurisprudence, and two volumes of lectures on mining law and international law. Correspondents include: James B. Angell, Don M. Dickinson, and Harry B. Hutchins.
|Griffiths, Martha Wright, 1912-2003. / [1956-1976]||
Title: Martha Wright Griffiths papers
Extent: 59 linear feet, 8 oversized volumes, and 33 motion pictures
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, attorney, Democratic member of the U.S. House of Representatives, 1955-1974, and member of the House Ways and Means Committee. Congressional papers, arranged by term, include legislative files, bills files, topical files, schedules, sound recordings, photographs, motion pictures, and scrapbooks. The collection details relationship with colleagues and constitutents and pertains to committee activities, legislation sponsored, and issues of the day. Topics of interest include civil rights, the war in Vietnam, Sleeping Bear Dunes, the humane slaughtering of animals, the economy and the fiscal policy of the federal government, women's rights, the Equal Rights Amendment, economic problems of women, and the need for national health insurance legislation.
|Grigaut, Paul L. / [1929-1969]||
Title: Paul L. Grigaut Papers
Extent: 0.7 linear ft.
Abstract: Art museum curator, professor of history of art at the University of Michigan; correspondence, photographs and slides, printed ephemera, administrative materials and lecture notes.
|Grimes, Lucia Isabelle Voorhees, 1877-1978 / [1900-1977]||
Title: Lucia Isabelle Voorhees Grimes Papers
Extent: 4 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Suffragist, leader of the Michigan Branch of the National Woman's Party, and candidate for the Michigan legislature in 1924. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, periodicals and other materials concerning her activities in the Michigan Equal Suffrage Association, the Legislative Council of Michigan Women, the National Woman's Party, and the Republican Party; and photographs.
|Grimm, Joe. / [ 1975-1976 ]||
Joe Grimm photographs
Extent: 0.6 linear feet (2 boxes)
Abstract: University of Michigan student photographer for the Michiganensian; photographs of images used in the yearbook.
|Griswold family / [ 1837-1915 ]||
Griswold family papers [microform]
Extent: 1 linear foot, 1 reel microfilm
Abstract: Vermontville, Michigan, family. Civil War correspondence and diaries of Joseph B. Griswold, musician in the Second Michigan Cavalry, and later Assistant Surgeon in the Fourth Michigan Infantry; also material concerning the land transactions of Roger W. Griswold; and miscellaneous clippings, photograph, correspondence, and printed material.