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Kean, James E. Title: James E. Kean photograph collection
Extent: 1 volume
Abstract: Copies of photographs and other documents of James E. Kean, who served with the 167th Company Transportation Corps, sent to Murmansk, Russia at the end of World War I, part of the "Polar Bear Expedition."
Keen, Clifford, 1901- Title: Clifford Keen Papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: University of Michigan wrestling coach. Correspondence, wrestling meet rosters and rules, scrapbooks and clippings, biographical and personal material, and photographs.
Kefauver, Lee, 1934- Title: Lee Kefauver Papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Feminist active in various civic and political causes and organizations, including the League of Women Voters, the Michigan Republican Party, and the Women's Equity Action League. Files relating to her work with different organizations and to her interest in political and women's rights issues.
Kelley, Patrick Henry, 1867-1925 Title: Patrick Henry Kelley papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Lieutenant Governor of Michigan, 1907-1911, and Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches and scrapbook concerning his political career and private law practice. Correspondents include: Calvin Coolidge, Louis C. Cramton, Oramel B. Fuller, Chase S. Osborn, Arthur J. Tuttle, Arthur H. Vandenberg, and James E. Watson.
Kellogg African American Health Care Project. Title: Kellogg African American Health Care Project records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Project funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to document the health care experiences of African Americans in southeastern Michigan consisting primarily of oral history interviews with African American health care practitioners and administrators covering the period 1940-1969, background files relating to the project, and oral history transcripts and tape recordings. Project funded by the W.K. Kellogg Foundation to document the health care experiences of African Americans in southeastern Michigan consisting primarily of oral history interviews with African American health care practitioners and administrators covering the period 1940-1969. Background files relating to the project, and 42 oral history interview transcripts and tape recordings. Interviews discuss biographical details, desegregation efforts in Detroit area hospitals, and social conditions facing African Americans.
Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943 Title: John Harvey Kellogg Papers
Extent: 19.3 linear feet (in 21 boxes)
Abstract: Battle Creek, Michigan physician, food scientist, founder of the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Correspondence, student notebooks from University of Michigan and Bellevue Hospital, drafts of speeches and lecture notes, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks, and topical files; include material concerning medical theories and practices, especially matters of diet and hygiene, his work with organizations such as the National Vitality League, Race Betterment Foundation, Battle Creek Three Quarter Century Club, Chicago Workingmen's Home and Medical Mission, and Seventh-Day Adventists; also photographs.
Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943 Title: [Published works of John Harvey Kellogg including books, pamphlets, and periodicals]
Extent: 15 linear feet
Abstract: Printed books, pamphlets, and serials by John Harvey Kellogg, Battle Creek, Michigan physician, food scientist, and founder of the Battle Creek Sanitarium, on a variety of medical and health topics and explaining and promoting the remedies and treatments he espoused through his Battle Creek Sanatorium.
Kellogg, John Harvey, 1852-1943 Title: John Harvey Kellogg Papers [microform]
Extent: 46 microfilms
Abstract: Battle Creek, Michigan physician, food scientist, founder of the Battle Creek Sanitarium. Correspondence, student notebooks from University of Michigan and Bellevue Hospital, drafts of speeches and lecture notes, newspaper clippings and scrapbooks, and topical files; include material concerning medical theories and practices, especially matters of diet and hygiene, his work with organizations such as the National Vitality League, Race Betterment Foundation, Battle Creek Three Quarter Century Club, Chicago Workingmen's Home and Medical Mission, and Seventh-Day Adventists; also photographs.
Kelly, Everett Lowell, 1905- Title: Everett L. Kelly Papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of psychology at the University of Michigan. Papers include an unpublished autobiography; files relating to his work with the Civil Aeronautics Administration during World War II in developing a pilot aptitude test and a flight training manual; and correspondence and subject files relating to his professional activities and research on such subjects as color-hearing, extrasensory perception, a marriage longitudinal study, and predictors for student success; also papers detailing his work on the Thalia Massie rape case; and photographs.
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Title: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology publications
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: The Kelsey Museum of Archaeology publications collection includes unit and sub-unit publications, as well as exhibit and promotional brochures, flyers, and press releases.
Kelsey Museum of Archaeology. Title: Kelsey Museum of Archaeology papers
Extent: 131.5 linear feet (in 244 boxes)
Abstract: Papers of Francis W. Kelsey, University of Michigan professor of Latin (for whom Museum was named); papers of Museum directors and curators, principally Orma F. Butler, Enoch E. Peterson, Louise A. Shier, John G. Winter; papers of University faculty associated with the Museum or the study and teaching of classical and medieval studies, notably Arthur E.R. Boak, Campbell Bonner, Thomas S. Jerome, and Robert H. McDowell; also records of the Institute of Archaeological Research, and material on 1975-1979 Carthage expedition.
Kelsey, Francis W. (Francis Willey), 1858- Title: Francis Willey Kelsey papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of Latin and classical studies at the University of Michigan, 1889-1927, led several archaeological expeditions to Antioch, Carthage and Karanis; papers include correspondence, diaries, photographs and other material relating to his career at Michigan and the expeditions.
Kelsey, John T., 1921- Title: John T. Kelsey Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Democratic State Representative from Warren, Michigan. Subject files, newsletters, constituent responses, and scrapbooks of clippings and correspondence; include material concerning the use of laetrile, cross district busing, the problems of the aged, and other legislative issues of the 1970s.
Kemmering, Catherine. Title: Catherine Kemmering collection
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Collection of scrapbooks and artifacts related to the Michigan Womyn's Music Festival; also a photo album with photographs from the 1978 National ERA Rally in Washington, D.C.
Kemnitz, Milton. Title: Milton Kemnitz Papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor-based artist specializing in images of local businesses and sites. The collection has been arranged in three series. The Artwork series includes drawings of buildings and other projects, publications containing reproductions of his work, and files relating to galleries, exhibits, auctions, and art fairs. The Supplemental Materials series concerns the art organizations and associations of which Kemnitz was a member, correspondence, and files pertaining to other activities, notably the Bird Hills Park controversy. The third series, Southern White Migration to Detroit in the 1930s, consists of research materials and reports resulting from Kemnitz' research as a member of a University of Michigan sociology seminar on metropolitan community organization. A portion includes Elmer Akers' research on the Black Legion.
Kendall, David Walbridge, 1903-1976 Title: David Walbridge Kendall papers
Extent: 12 linear feet
Abstract: Attorney, government official; general counsel, later assistant secretary of the treasury, 1955-1957; special counsel to President Eisenhower, 1958-1961; vice president for legal affairs of the Chrysler Corporation, 1962-1968; chairman of the board of incorporators of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation that led to Amtrak. Personal and autobiographical materials; correspondence, 1932-1976; copies of outgoing responses made as special counsel to the president; speeches, articles, scrapbooks, and clippings pertaining to his career and to his political and civic interests; Amtrak files, including memos and minutes of the board of incorporators, also copies of Civil War correspondence of his uncle Austin J. Kendall, 1862-1865, and papers of his father, educator Calvin Kendall, ca. 1890-ca. 1917; and photographs.
Kendrick, Pearl L., 1890-1980 Title: Pearl L. Kendrick Papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Bacteriologist with the laboratories of the Michigan Department of Health, 1920-1951, and resident lecturer in epidemiology at the School of Public Health of the University of Michigan. Files relate to her discovery and testing of a vaccine for whooping-cough; files concerning activities with the American Public Health Association and the Michigan Public Health Association; consultant's files relating to her work with vaccination programs in foreign countries under the auspices of the World Health Organization; correspondence, course and research materials; and photographs related to her career; also papers of her father, Milton Kendrick, a Free Methodist clergyman.
Kennedy family. Title: Kennedy family papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan family; papers, 1904-1928, of James A. Kennedy, Sr., Presbyterian clergyman; papers, 1925-1969, of James A. Kennedy, Jr., Ann Arbor, Michigan attorney, largely concerning organizational activities; and papers of Mrs. James A. Kennedy (nee Elizabeth Earhart), 1950-1956, concerning her activities in Ann Arbor civic and social organizations and miscellaneous Earhart family materials.
Kennedy, Charles Stuart, 1887-1966 Title: Charles Stuart Kennedy papers
Extent: 13 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan physician and member of the University of Michigan Board of Regents, 1946-1961. Reports, correspondence, and agendas of meetings of the Board of Regents, the Workers Education Service, the American College of Surgeons and World War II; and photographs.
Kennedy, Cornelia G. (Cornelia Groefsema), 1923-2014 Title: Cornelia G. Kennedy papers
Extent: 65 linear feet
Abstract: Cornelia G. Kennedy, "First Lady of the Michigan Judiciary," was the first woman appointed to the federal bench in Michigan and the first woman to become a chief judge for a United States District Court. Judge Kennedy was nominated to U.S. District Court in 1970 and to U.S. Circuit Court (Federal Appeals Court) in 1979. Although never actually nominated to the Supreme Court, she was mentioned in connection with vacancies there during the administrations of three different U.S. Presidents. In addition to her court-related duties, the collection reflects Kennedy's service to the Judicial Conference of the U.S. and the Federal Judicial Center as well as the American Bar Association and other professional organizations. The collection also contains materials from Wayne County Circuit Court. This finding aid includes a Summary Contents List and expanded Scope and Content Note to provide a brief summary of the Federal Court System's structure and history as well as notes on some of the organizations comprising the context of a legal career that spanned more than half a century.
Kennedy, Frank R., 1914- Title: Frank R. Kennedy Papers
Extent: 28 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of bankruptcy law at the University of Michigan Law School and helped to formulate modern bankruptcy law. Member of the National Bankruptcy Conference, the Advisory Committee on Bankruptcy Rules, and the Commission on Bankruptcy Laws. Participated in the formulation of the Bankruptcy Reform Act of 1978; correspondence, reports, minutes, articles, and collected research, 1960-1979, documenting his membership in bankruptcy law and his work on committees drafting bankruptcy law proposals.
Kennedy, G. Donald (George Donald), 1900- Title: G. Donald Kennedy Papers
Extent: 6 linear feet (in 7 boxes)
Abstract: Civil engineer, served as Michigan state highway commissioner, chairman of the Mackinac Straits Bridge Authority and president of Portland Cement Company. Papers primarily document work with highway commission and Mackinac Straits Bridge Authority.
Kenny R.E.H.A.B. Title: Kenny R.E.H.A.B. Records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit-area chapter (est. 1946) of organization founded to provide the Kenny method treatment for neuromuscular diseases. Records include administrative files of the Detroit Chapter of the Sister Elizabeth Kenny Foundation; collected information pertaining to the Minneapolis headquarters of the Foundation and about Sister Kenny; informational publications; scrapbooks containing clippings and scattered photographs; and slides of 40th anniversary programs in 1986.
Kent, Charles A. (Charles Artemas), 1835-1917 Title: Charles A. Kent papers
Extent: 13 items (in 1 folder)
Abstract: Professor of law at University of Michigan. Papers include a report of his faculty activities for the period 1876-1877, and correspondence relating to his study of Michigan jurist, Thomas M. Cooley, including letters from James B. Angell, Henry Carter Adams, Charles Horton Cooley, Norman Geddes and Benjamin L. Baxter.
Kent, Charles Edwin. Title: Charles Edwin Kent papers
Extent: 7.5 linear feet (in 8 boxes including oversize)
Abstract: Charles Edwin Kent, a resident of Ann Arbor, Michigan, worked as an engineer, solving complex technological problems for Bendix Corporation for most of his career, first in the Systems Division, and later in the Aerospace Systems Division. Kent worked on automotive, communications, weaponry, and space research, as well as a number of other subjects. The collection encompasses material primarily from his college years through his career. The series in the collection are Personal Files and Professional Files. Papers primarily include research notes, internal company memorandums, and research reports.
Kent, W. Wallace (William Wallace), 1916-1973 Title: W. Wallace Kent papers
Extent: 19 linear feet
Abstract: Kalamazoo, Michigan, attorney; U. S. District Judge, 1954-1970, in the Western District, Michigan; judge U. S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit, 1971-1973. Case docket sheets, judges' case files, unpublished opinions, judges' memoranda, Court of Appeals panel reports, Court of Appeals Circuit Council reports; cases relate in part to school desegregation, Indian treaty rights, labor relations, and questions of civil liberties.
Kerman, Cynthia Earl. Title: Cynthia Earl Kerman research files
Extent: 1.3 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Biographer of Kenneth E. Boulding. Collected information about life and career of Kenneth E. Boulding; tapes and transcripts of interviews with Kenneth E. Boulding and his family and associates; copies of Boulding articles; and photographs used in the biography.
Kerr, Philip. Title: Philip Kerr papers
Extent: 1.4 linear feet
Abstract: Philip Kerr, a professional actor, taught theatre at the University of Michigan from 1984 to 2012. In addition to teaching courses in the Department of Theatre and Drama, he directed many productions put on by the department. This collection includes material documenting these productions and his role as a faculty member.
Ketcham, Gilbert. Title: Gilbert and Jean Seeley Ketcham papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Gilbert Ketcham joined the U. S. Army in 1942 and served overseas in North Africa and Italy until 1944. He was then stationed at Camp McQuade in California, where he monitored prisoners. The collection contains approximately 900 pages of correspondence and other material sent between Ketcham and his wife, Jean Seeley Ketcham, during the war.
Ketefian, Shaké. Title: Shaké Ketefian papers
Extent: 4.5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor at the University of Michigan School of Nursing and a leading scholar and researcher in nursing education, practice, and programs with an emphasis on international education. Collection consists of records of Ketefian's work with the School of Nursing as well as with the University Senate, and the Horace H. Rackham School of Graduate Studies.
Kevorkian, Jack. Title: Jack Kevorkian papers
Extent: 1 archived websites (online)
Abstract: Papers of Dr. Jack Kevorkian (1928-2011), medical pathologist, social activist, advocate for the terminally ill patient's right to die and physician-assisted suicide (which Kevorkian called "Medicide"), author, artist, and musician. By his own estimation, Dr. Kevorkian assisted in the suicides of more than 100 terminally ill people between 1990 and 1998. Kevorkian was acquitted in three physician-assisted suicide trials, and a mistrial was declared in the fourth. In a fifth trial, he was convicted of second-degree murder after administering a lethal injection and served eight years in prison. The collection includes materials related to the Kevorkian family (personal and business records, correspondence, photographs, and audiovisual recordings); Jack Kevorkian's research files and files related to Medicide (files related to the physician-assisted suicides and recordings of Kevorkian's consultations with the terminally ill); and miscellaneous papers (his personal and professional correspondence, published works and manuscript drafts, records related to his court trials, photographs, recordings of news coverage and interviews, audio recordings of Kevorkian's music, and images of his art).