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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Haber, William, 1899-1988. / [ 1918-1988 ]||
William Haber Papers,
Extent: 49 linear ft.
Abstract: University of Michigan teacher and administrator, economist, labor mediator, and member of boards of various universities, Jewish educational, social, and welfare agencies, and public official. Series in collection include: Biographical/Personal, Correspondence, Jewish Organizations, University of Michigan, Other Organizational Activities, Appearances, Writings, Newspaper Clippings and Press Releases, and University of Wisconsin Student Notebooks and Papers, 1924-1926. Subjects covered in collection pertain to his activities as economist and authority on matters of labor economics, social security, and unemployment insurance. Also documented is his involvement with various Jewish social and philanthropic organizations, including ORT, B'nai B'rith, the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, Hebrew University, and to his work as Advisor on Jewish Affairs to General Lucius Clay. Correspondents in the collection include public figures from government, labor, universities, Jewish organizations, and philanthropic agencies.
|Haidostian, Alice Berberian / [ 1970s-2006 ]||
Alice Berberian Haidostian papers
Extent: 6 linear feet.
Abstract: Concert pianist, active in Armenian American organizations, fundraiser; files relating to her organizational activities.
|Haisley, Otto Webster, 1884-1959. / [ 1917-1959 ]||
Otto Webster Haisley Papers
Extent: 2.3 linear ft.
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan educator and superintendent of schools; personal and professional papers relating to his work as school superintendent; also publications, speeches, correspondence, family materials, and photographs.
|Hall, Gwendolyn Hall, 1929- / [ 1939-1999 ]||
Gwendolyn Midlo Hall papers
Extent: 10 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of history, civil rights activist, scholar of African American history. Family and professional correspondence, newspaper clippings, articles, reviews, and printed material reflecting her interest in black history, the case of Robert Williams, and her scholarly interests.
|Haller, Douglas M. / [ 1978-2011 ]||
Douglas M. Haller papers
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Archivist and information officer active in numerous Gay/Lesbian organizations, notably the Association of Suburban People (ASP). The collection relates primarily to Haller’s activities with the Association of Suburban People and includes membership materials, executive board minutes and agendas, reports of the information officer, published material, and files relating to the organization’s political action committee.
|Halstead, Claribel Baird, 1904- / [ 1920-2000 ]||
Claribel Baird Halstead papers
Extent: 8 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Professor of Speech at the University of Michigan and active participant in local, national, and university theater. The collection includes correspondence, press, and programs and photos documenting various theatrical productions.
|Halstead, William Perdue. / [ 1935-1975 ]||
William Perdue Halstead papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of speech communication and theatre at the University of Michigan. Correspondence and other materials relating in part to his interest in university theatre productions.
|Hammaker, Wilbur Emery, 1876-1968 / [ 1947-1965 ]||
Wilbur Emery Hammaker papers,
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church and temperance advocate. Speeches and articles and papers from his work with the National Temperance and Prohibition Council.
|Hampton, Will E., 1864-1959 / [ca. 1839-1959]||
Title: Will E. Hampton papers [microform]
Extent: 2 microfilm reels
Abstract: Mayor of Charlevoix, Michigan, editor and publisher of the Charlevoix Courier 1890-1920, secretary of the state lodge of the Knights of Pythias; correspondence and miscellaneous paper relating to the Knights of Pythias, and Civil War reminiscences and letters of his father, Carlos Hampton, surgeon with the Michigan 4th Infantry and his mother's account of her civil war experiences in Hunt County, Texas.
|Hanchett, Benjamin Sawtell, 1868-1933. / [ 1858 and 1888-1958 ]||
Benjamin Sawtell Hanchett Papers
1858 and 1888-1958
Abstract: Correspondence relating to politics and his activities as regent of the University of Michigan; also material concerning the depression and impact of the New Deal on agriculture in Michigan.
|Hankinson, Thomas Leroy, 1876-1935 / [ 1899-1935]||
Thomas L. Hankinson Papers
Extent: 8 linear feet (10 boxes)
Abstract: Naturalist, professor of zoology and physiology at Eastern Illinois State Normal College and Michigan State Normal College, and researcher for state conservation departments in Michigan and Ohio. Correspondence, reports, and field and laboratory notes concerning his studies of the fish of Michigan, Illinois and New York; also photographs.
|Hanna Family. / [ 1888-1945 ]||
Hanna Family Papers,
Extent: 0.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Gladwin, Michigan family. The collection consists of diaries, account books, and family miscellanea.
|Hannah and Lay Company (Traverse City, Mich.) / [ 1846-1931 ]||
Hannah and Lay Company (Traverse City, Mich.) Records,
Extent: 8 linear ft., 13 oversize volumes, and 49 reels of microfilm
Abstract: Lumber and mercantile company of Chicago, Illinois and Traverse City, Michigan. Business records include minutes, correspondence, and financial ledgers, daybooks, and journals.
|Harbour, James E. / [ 1977-2009 ]||
James E. Harbour papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
|Harlow family. / [ 1836-1950 ]||
Harlow family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Early settlers of Marquette [originally Worcester], Michigan, and founders of the Marquette Iron Company. Correspondence of Amos R. Harlow, Ellen J. Harlow (familiarly known as Ella), and Fred O. Clark; also diaries of Ella Harlow concerning daily activities and family affairs; plan of a scow; and photographs.
|Harms, George W., 1921-1993. / [ 1915-1988 ]||
George W. Harms papers
Extent: 1 linear ft. and 1 outsize volume.
Abstract: Veteran of World War II, later commander of Erwin Prieskorn Post No. 46 of the American Legion, Ann Arbor, Michigan. Subject files relating to veterans activities and his involvement in issues of concern to veterans; minutes of meetings of Ann Arbor, Michigan, post of the American Legion; and scrapbook of American Legion Post No. 46 containing letters from servicemen in Vietnam and photographs of post activities; also other photographs and videotapes.
|Harms, Marguerite. / [ 1953-2003 ]||
Marguerite Harms papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet.
Abstract: Professor of nursing at the University of Michigan. Files relating to her professional interests, especially work on undergraduate nursing curriculum committee; also nursing course materials; professional correspondence; and Cobblestone Farm Association files.
|Harriman, John, collector. / [ ca. 1985-2005 ]||
John Harriman Poster Collection,
Extent: 3 linear ft. (in 5 boxes) and 2 oversize folders.
Abstract: William L. Clements Library staff member, collector of posters; event posters and announcements flyers advertising University of Michigan and Ann Arbor and other Michigan community events and activities.
|Harris, Robert J / [ ca. 1959-ca. 1963 and 1969-1973 ]||
Robert J. Harris papers
ca. 1959-ca. 1963 and 1969-1973
Extent: 43.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Democratic mayor of Ann Arbor, Michigan; University of Michigan law school professor. Papers include mayoralty files relating to city politics and municipal issues, including the affairs of the police department and other city departments, the Ann Arbor Transportation Authority, the Model Cities Program, and the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG); and scattered law school course and research materials, ca. 1959-ca. 1963
|Harrison, G. B. (George Bagshawe), 1894- / [1910-1981]||
Title: G. B. Harrison Papers
Extent: 7 linear ft. and 18 microfilm rolls
Abstract: Scholar and professor of English at University of Michigan. Diaries, manuscripts of dramas and other writings, Shakespearean notes and lecture materials and personal and professional correspondence, including correspondnce and other material relating to his service with the British Infantry during World War I.
|Hart, Adelaide J., 1900-1995 / [ 1948-1980, 1995 ]||
Adelaide J. Hart papers
Extent: 11.5 linear feet
Abstract: Vice chairman of the Democratic Party State Central Committee, primarily during the gubernatorial administration of G. Mennen Williams. Office files concerning party conventions, election issues, and the work of the state central committee, particularly the role of women in the party and the Women for Humphrey organization during the election of 1968; and scrapbooks and photographs.
|Hart, Jane Briggs. / [ ca. 1925 -1996 ]||
Jane Briggs Hart papers
ca. 1925 -1996
Extent: 4 linear feet (in 3 boxes and 11 oversize volumes)
Abstract: Aviator and wife of the late Senator Philip A. Hart. Scrapbooks, photographs, clippings, and papers documenting her life as wife of Senator Philip A. Hart, her family life, and to a lesser extent, her aviation activities.
|Hart, Philip A. (Philip Aloysius), 1912-1976. / [1949-1976]||
Title: Philip A. Hart papers
1949-1976, bulk 1959-1976
Extent: 281 linear ft, 3 oversize volumes, and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: U. S. Senator from Michigan, 1959-1976, a conscientious supporter of civil rights, consumer protection and environmentalism, Hart served as floor manager of the 1965 civil rights act and 1968 Open Housing Act, introduced legislation to create Sleeping Bear Dunes and Pictured Rock National Lakeshores and sponsored important consumer legislation. Papers include Legislative Files, Staff Files, Press Files, Subject Files, Constituent Correspondence, Office Files, Political Files, Miscellaneous, Sound Recordings, and Visual Materials.
|Hartford Memorial Baptist Church (Detroit, Mich.) / [1922-2011]||
Title: Hartford Memorial Baptist Church, Detroit, Mich., Records
Extent: 18 linear ft.
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, African American church. Files concern church governance and policies; church committees and other organizations; and church events, celebrations, and services; also include publications and topical files with information on pastors Charles Hill and Charles Adams.
|Hartwick, Edward N. / [ 1898-1978 ]||
Edward N. Hartwick Papers,
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Abstract: President of the Wayne County Republican Precinct Organization and member of the 14th Congressional District Republican Committee; files relating to political activities; also photographs, motion pictures, and sound recordings.
|Hartwig, Marie Dorothy, 1906- / [1927-1988]||
Title: Marie D. Hartwig Papers
Extent: 6 linear ft. and 1 oversize volume
Abstract: Instructor and professor of physical education, 1930-1977, and first director of women's athletics, 1972-1976, at the University of Michigan. Papers document the history of physical education and recreational sports for women and the development of women's varsity athletics at the university as well as Hartwig's involvement in various professional associations and her work with recreation programs at Interlochen Music Camp.
|Hassen, Aliya, 1910-1990. / [ 1910-1991 ]||
Aliya Hassen Papers
Extent: 1.5 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Arab-American community leader in the Dearborn-Detroit area of Michigan. Articles, manuscripts and poems on Islamic topics; topical files, 1948-1991, relating to Arab community affairs, including files concerning the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services, 1986-1991 and the Federation of Islamic Associations of the U.S. and Canada; also correspondence and articles of Malcolm X; and photographs.
|Hatcher, Harlan Henthorne, 1898- / [1837-1998]||
Title: Harlan Henthorne Hatcher Papers
1837-1998 bulk 1891-1986
Extent: 72 linear feet and 1 outsize folder
Abstract: Harlan Henthorne Hatcher (1898-1998) was president of the University of Michigan from 1951 to 1967. The papers span the years 1837-1998 and document Dr. Hatcher's University of Michigan presidency, Ohio State University career, literary career, organizational involvement, personal life, and family history. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, manuscripts, speeches, yearly datebooks, oral history interview transcripts, magnetic audio tape recordings, an audiocassette recording, and photographs.
|Hatfield, Malcolm Keith, 1900-1961. / [ 1930-1961 ]||
Malcolm Keith Hatfield papers,
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Abstract: Berrien County judge; correspondence and other papers largely relating to topic of juvenile delinquency.
|Hathaway, Mary. / [ 1980-2003 ]||
Mary Hathaway papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Prominent Ann Arbor area peace and social justice activist; involved in both church and community organizations concerned with topics as diverse as nuclear disarmament, homelessness in Ann Arbor, and the immigration rights of El Salvadorian refugees. The collection includes organizational and church files detailing her various activities.
|Hathaway, Will. / [ 1980-2000 ]||
Will Hathaway papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Will Hathaway, an Ann Arbor resident and University of Michigan graduate, is an activist mainly involved in peace and arms control issues. Hathaway's papers document his involvement in issues while a student at the University of Michigan, his involvement in the arms control lobby, and his efforts in organizing a 1999 community forum on nuclear weapons abolition.
|Haughey Family / [1917-1955]||
Title: Haughey Family Papers
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Abstract: Wilfrid H. Haughey family of Battle Creek, Michigan; letters of Haughey to his wife and children written while he was serving as an army surgeon in France during World War I; letters of members of the family attending University of Michigan; extensive correspondence of the Haughey children written from throughout the United States and the world during World War II.
|Haven, E. O. (Erastus Otis), 1820-1881. / [ 1838-1881 ]||
E. O. Haven pamphlets and reprints
Abstract: President of the University of Michigan, 1863-1881. Articles and speeches on topics in higher education and religion.
|Havstad, Jeaneane. / [ 1968-1982 ]||
Jeaneane Havstad papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Jeaneane Havstad was a political activist whose work spanned various cities and counties throughout Michigan. She became the first elected Chairperson of the Human Rights Party of Michigan in 1971. The Jeaneane Havstad Papers reflect her involvement in numerous political activities, chiefly the Human Rights Party.
|Hay, Regina, 1896- / [ 1930-1966 ]||
Regina Hay papers
Extent: 2 linear feet, 2 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Republican Party official from Romeo, Michigan, National Republican Committeewoman, secretary of the Republican National Convention, 1948. Correspondence, scrapbooks, political miscellanea and photographs largely relating to the Republican National Convention held in Philadelphia and the election of 1948.
|Hayden, Jay G., 1884-1971 / [ 1916-1965 ]||
Jay G. Hayden scrapbooks
Extent: 8 linear ft. (46 volumes.)
Abstract: Newspaper articles and columns by Detroit News Washington correspondent, include extensive comment on national politics and foreign relations, particularly as they relate to Michigan
|Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945. / [ 1899-1945 ]||
Joseph Ralston Hayden papers
Extent: 13 microfilm reels
|Hayden, Joseph Ralston, 1887-1945 / [1854-1975]||
Title: Joseph Ralston Hayden Papers
Extent: 56 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: University of Michigan professor of political science, specialist in Philippine Island politics and government, vice governor of the Philippines in the 1930s; correspondence, collected Philippine materials, course materials.
|Haydon, Arthur W., 1844-1918. / [ 1865-1879 and 1888-1915 ]||
Arthur W. Haydon diaries
1865-1879 and 1888-1915
Extent: 1.5 linear feet (34 volumes and 1 folder)
Abstract: Student at the University of Michigan, 1865-1867, later Decatur, Michigan, sheep breeder. Diaries describing student life at the University of Michigan, 1865-1867; later diaries include brief comments on weather and mundane daily events and activities; and photographs.
|Haydon, Charles B., 1834-1864. / [1852-1864]||
Title: Charles B. Haydon Papers
1852-1864 bulk 1861-1864
Extent: 1 linear ft. and 1 microfilm reel
Abstract: Student at the University of Michigan (1854-1857) from Kalamazoo, Michigan, who served in the Second Michigan Infantry during the Civil War. Civil War diaries describing his army career; also University of Michigan student notebooks, ca. 1854, including one on a history course by James R. Boise; a sketch book and personal account book; letter to his brother Arthur (1855?) relating to his student experiences; and photograph.
|Haynes, Rick / [ 1993-1999 ]||
Rick Haynes Michigan Militia collection
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Collection of photocopies of records, publications, and materials of and about Michigan civilian militia organization; with a number of publications produced by civilian militias outside of the state of Michigan. Materials were originally collected by Rick Haynes, who at different times served as Information Officer and the 8th Division Michigan Militia Corps Wolverines Divisional Officer.
|Hays-Hamilton, Barbara / [1975-1986]||
Title: Barbara Hays-Hamilton Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Feminist and Equal Rights Amendment activist from Midland, Michigan, officer of Michigan National Organization of Women; papers document her work on women's isues in NOW, in various political campaigns and as a lobbyist.
|Haywood, Harry, 1898- / [1928-1985]||
Title: Harry Haywood Papers
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: African American revolutionary communist and theoretician of Black nationalism, joined Communist Youth League in 1923 and later communist Party U.S.A., studied at Lenin Institute and worked for the Comintern, member of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade in Spanish Civil War, author of Black Liberation (1948) and Black Bolshevik (1977). Papers include correspondence, speeches, text and notes for his writing and Communist Party material.