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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Kiel, Frank Burdette. / [1917-1923]||
Title: Frank Burdette Kiel papers
Extent: 5 folders
Abstract: Engineer with the Fargo Engineering Company of Jackson, Mich. Collection includes correspondence relating to his professional activities with the U.S. Nitrate Plant in Muscle Shoals, Alabam; include copy of letter, Nov.1918, from W. C. Giffels, discussing construction work in Russia as part of the Polar Bear expedition.
|Kikuchi, Chihiro, 1914- / [1942-1988]||
Title: Chihiro Kikuchi papers
Extent: 7 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of nuclear engineering at the University of Michigan; specialist in the field of solid-state physics, notably the ruby maser and electron spin resonance; and advocate of nuclear power. Papers include biographical materials; correspondence; electron spin resonance and ruby maser research project files; physics and mathematics notebooks; course files; scientific papers, speeches, and testimonies; and visual materials, mainly intended to accompany lectures.
|Kimball, Donald A., 1907-1998. / [1935-1954]||
Title: Donald A. Kimball Architectural Drawings and Photographs
Extent: 8 oversized folders and .25 linear ft.
Abstract: Saginaw based Michigan architect; 1929 graduate of University of Michigan's School of Architecture. Designed a variety of private and public buildings in the 1940s and early 1950s, mainly in mid and northern Michigan. Collection comprised of six pencil and watercolor renderings, sixty-three measured working drawings, and twenty-two black and white photographs.
|Kincaid, Joseph E. / [ 1967-1999 ]||
Joseph E. Kincaid Papers
Extent: 9 linear feet and 1 motion picture reel
Abstract: Joseph E. Kincaid is a medical doctor and right to life advocate who is based in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The Joseph E. Kincaid Papers document his leadership in the local, state, and national right to life movement, with a particular focus on the issue of abortion. Closely documented in the Papers is Kincaid’s involvement with several organizations, including Kalamazoo Right to Life Committee, Michigan Citizens for Life, and Right to Life of Michigan, Inc.
|King, Emery C. / [ 1991-1994]||
Emery C. King and Jacqueline C. King Collection
Extent: 68 Betacam videotapes (in 3 boxes) and 46.3 GB (online)
Abstract: Oral history interviews relating to the National Negro Labor Council (NNLC) and to unions at the Ford Rouge River Plant in Dearborn, Mich., taken during production of the 1994 documentary The Freedom Train . Also includes digital video of both The Freedom Train and The Rouge documentaries.
|King, Jane Otteson / [ 1961 ]||
Jane Otteson King papers
Extent: 1 linear foot and 3 outsize folders
Abstract: The collection contains materials related to Jane Otteson King's participation as a clarinetist in the University of Michigan's Symphony Band Tour of the Soviet Union, Near East and Eastern Europe in 1961.
|King, Jean. / [ 1964-2004 ]||
Jean King papers
Extent: 24 linear feet.
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, attorney, feminist, and activist on behalf of equal rights and anti-discrimination organizations and causes; topical files relating to her varied interests and causes; also speech and conference materials; and files documenting her teaching and organizational activities.
|King, Robert / [ 1887-1942 ]||
Robert King papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Mining company superintendent; correspondence, reports, background information, and financial miscellanea.
|Kipke, Harry G., 1899-1972 / [ 1917-1938 ]||
Harry G. Kipke papers
Extent: 3.5 linear feet, 1 oversize bundle, and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: Varsity athlete, 1921-1924, and head football coach, 1929-1937, at the University of Michigan. Papers include football playbooks, scrapbooks detailing his athletic career, and photograph album of Kipke, university scenes, and athletic events.
|Kirk, Andy, 1898-1992 / [ 1923-1991 ]||
Andy Kirk papers
Extent: 1.75 linear feet
Abstract: African American musician and bandleader Andy Kirk began a career that spanned more than thirty years in 1919, when he joined the George Morrison Orchestra as a saxophonist. He went on to earn renown as a bandleader and musician within the Big Band and Jazz genres. The Andy Kirk papers include photographs, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and the rough draft manuscript for his autobiography 20 Years on Wheels .
|Kish, George, 1914- / [1932-1989]||
Title: George Kish papers
1932-1989 bulk 195-1980
Extent: 10.5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of geography at the University of Michigan. Series include correspondence, subject files, professional societies, geography courses, reprints, manuscripts, notes as a student, and photographs; files relate to his professional interests and to the subject of geography.
|Kish, Leslie, 1910- / [1952-2001]||
Title: Leslie Kish Papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Sociologist, a founder of the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research, specialist in scientific population sampling. Biographical and autobiographical information; including some details on service with Abraham Lincoln Brigade; University of Michigan administrative files; department of sociology course materials; files relating to summer programs in sampling techniques for foreign statisticians; papers on sampling and related topics; files from his association with the Institute for Social Research; organizational files and correspondence.