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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Koch, Theodore Wesley, 1871-1941. / [ 1894-1941 ]||
Theodore Wesley Koch Papers
Extent: 12 linear ft. and 1 over size folder
Abstract: Librarian at the Library of Congress, University of Michigan and Northwestern University, and bibliophile. Correspondence, articles and pamphlets, papers relating to his books and articles, and topical files relating to his interest in Carnegie Libraries, literary forgeries, the work of the American Library Association's Library War Service during World War I, library Americanization programs, 1919-1921, and the library building of University of Michigan; also photographs.
|Koeff, Steve T. / [ 1928-2002 ]||
Steve T. Koeff Papers
Extent: 4.0 linear feet
Abstract: Steve T. Koeff was an associate professor of pediatrics and communicable diseases at the University of Michigan Medical School. During his long career as a physician, Koeff was also a member of the neonatal staff at Wayne County General Hospital and a pediatrician at the Plymouth Health Center. His papers reflect his lengthy career at these locations and his dedication to medical student instruction.
|Koelz, Walter, 1895- / [1873-1989]||
Title: Walter Koelz Papers
1873-1989 bulk 1910-1989
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Zoologist-botanist, collector of plant and specimens for the University of Michigan in the Middle East and South Asia. The collection includes biographical and personal materials, correspondence, topical files, journals, writings, estate materials, photographs and motion pictures. Much of the collection relates to his travels and collecting expeditions in the Middle East and South Asia.
|Kolb, Chris. / [ 1997-2006 ]||
Chris Kolb papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Chris Kolb was a Democratic State Representative for the Michigan House of Representatives representing the 53rd district (Ann Arbor and Pittsfield Township) from January 2001 to January 2007. Kolb's papers include legislative files mainly relating to gay issues, including gay marriage and hate crime legislation.
|Kolbe, Frank F. / [ 1944-1977 ]||
Frank F. Kolbe papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: Coal industry executive; miscellaneous personal papers.
|Kongas, Lembi. / [ 1975-1978 and 1992 ]||
Lembi Kongas papers
1975-1978 and 1992
Extent: 2 linear feet.
Abstract: Oral history project conducted by Lembi Kongas entitled "Twentieth Century Farm Women: A View from Southern Michigan: Oral History Project, 1975-1978"; include audio tapes and transcripts of interviews; background materials; and published volumes, 1992, entitled "Farm women in the Twentieth Century: A view from southern Michigan."
|Kooker, Arthur R. (Arthur Raymond), 1907-1978, collector. / [ 1850-1882 ]||
Arthur R. Kooker papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Arthur R. Kooker was a professor of history at the University of Southern California. His specialty was the anti-slavery movement. In the course of his work on his dissertation, Kooker acquired, from different sources, material pertaining to the anti-slavery movement in Michigan. Collection includes correspondence, notebooks, writings, and genealogical material of Nathan M. Thomas, Schoolcraft, Michigan, physician, anti-slavery spokesman and activist, agent for Signal of Liberty (abolitionist newspaper) and conductor on the underground railroad; include letter describing Kansas in 1856, letters discussing pre- and post-Civil War politics, especially as relates to anti-slavery, and letters from Gerrit Smith, 1858-1859.
|Korab, Balthazar. / [ ca. 1950-1997 ]||
Balthazar Korab photograph collection
Extent: 1 inear foot.
Abstract: Architectural photographer based in Troy, Mich. Photoprints and copy negatives, chiefly a portfolio entitled "Man's Presence," a study of Michigan's manmade environment.
|Kornegay, Francis A. / [1936-1977]||
Title: Francis A. Kornegay Papers
1936-1977 bulk 1944-1977
Extent: 18 linear ft. and 1 phonograph record
Abstract: Executive director of the Detroit Urban League, 1960-1978; general chronological files, topical files, correspondence, speeches, personal, Detroit Urban League materials, and other organizational activities files.