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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Liddicoat, Richard T. (Richard Thomas), b. 1891. / [1890-1960]||
Title: Richard T. Liddicoat Papers
Extent: 0.7 linear ft.
Abstract: University of Michigan professor of engineering mechanics; papers include biographical information, writings, visual materials, and World War II letters of his two sons.
|Life Financial Research Center. / [ 1990-2010 ]||
Mitsui Life Financial Research Center (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 3.0 linear feet
Abstract: Research center established in 1990 to encourage and support research in global financial market. Center is part of the Stephen M. Ross School of Business at the University of Michigan. Includes founding documents, annual reports, records of symposiums and lectures, particularly the Mitsui Life Symposium on Global Financial Markets; also photographs and scrapbook.
|Likert, Rensis, 1903- / [ 1929-1983 ]||
Rensis Likert papers
Extent: 27 linear ft.
Abstract: Social scientist, director of the Institute for Social Research of the University of Michigan. Papers include project files, survey research data and reports, and printed material, largely from his work with the Division of Program Surveys, Bureau of Agricultural Economics and the office of War Information during World War II; Office Of Strategic Bombing Survey, I.S.R. project files; and transcript of oral interview, 1970.
|Lilly, Albert John. / [ 1918-1919]||
Albert Lilly photograph collection
Extent: 1 volume and 1 DVD-video.
Abstract: Photograph collection of a soldier with the 310th U.S. Engineers, serving near Archangel, Russia in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Lima (Mich. : Township) / [ 1836-1974 ]||
Lima Township, Michigan records
Extent: 4 linear feet, 99 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Township records from Lima Township, Washtenaw County, Michigan.
|Lincoln, James H. / [1916-2001]||
Title: James H. Lincoln Papers
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: Detroit and Harbor Beach, Michigan, resident and Detroit city councilman and later Wayne County juvenile court judge. The collection documents his public career and his interest in family and local history.
|Lindeman, Joyce / [1950-1997]||
Title: Joyce Lindeman papers
1950-1997 bulk 1955-1986
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Associate professor of kinesiology and coach of the synchronized swimming team at the University of Michigan and national officer in United States Synchronized Swimming. Material relating to the Michifish Swim Club and the synchronized swimming team both as a club sport and varsity sport.. Records include meeting agendas and minutes, budget and fundraising files, publicity materials, meet information and results, correspondence, photographs, and motion pictures.
|Lindemer, Lawrence B. 1921- / [ 1954-1977 and 1981-1982 ]||
Lawrence B. Lindemer papers
1954-1977 and 1981-1982
1964-1976 and 1981-1982
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Chairman of the Michigan Republican Party, Regent of the University of Michigan, Michigan Supreme Court justice. Political files include activites as Republican State Chairman and his involvement in the presidential campaign of Nelson Rockefeller (1964) and George Romney (1967-1968); also files from his service as regent of the University of Michigan (1969-1975) and justice of the Michigan Supreme Court (1975-1977).
|Lippitt, Ronald. / [1938-1987]||
Title: Ronald Lippitt Papers
1938-1987 bulk 1974-1986
Extent: 7 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of psychology and sociology at the University of Michigan, one of the founders of Center for Research on the Utilization of Scientific Knowledge. Through his writings, workshops, and consultation work, Lippitt was advocate for use of behavioral science to improve the quality of service and productivity within organizations. Lippitt wrote on such topics as group dynamics, futuring, processes of learning, socialization, and growth of children and youth. The collection relates primarily to Lippit's activities since retiring from the University of Michigan in 1974. The bulk of the collection consists of writings and publications, organizational materials, and a selection of files from the workshops and seminars given by Lippitt and his associates.
|Literary Adelphi (University of Michigan). / [ 1857-1939 ]||
Literary Adelphi (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Records, 1857-1939, of the Literary Adelphi, student literary organization at the University of Michigan; include minutes, constitution and bylaws, literary essays, financial records, correspondence, and membership material.
|Little Traverse Conservancy. / [1972-2013]||
Title: Little Traverse Conservancy Records
1972-2013 bulk 1984-2003
Extent: 10.5 linear feet
Abstract: Harbor Springs, Michigan organization founded in 1972 to to promote conservation through land acquisition by donation or purchase, the establishment of nature preserves, and educational programs, rather than through lawsuits or political action. The record group consists of correspondence, memoranda, minutes, reports, notes, newspaper clippings, press releases, annual reports, and brochures relating to its history and activities. Also included are biographical sketches of founding members based on oral history interviews and some photographs, slides, and architectural drawings. In addition, there are records relating to various outside activities of executive director Tom Bailey.
|Little, Clarence C. (Clarence Cook), b. 1888 / [1924-1929]||
Title: Clarence Cook Little papers
Extent: 14 linear ft.
Abstract: President of the University of Michigan, 1924-1929, educational reformer, geneticist and cancer researcher, also interested in a range of reform movement including birth control, eugenics, international peace, and immigration. Papers include correspondence, speeches and reports concerning all phases of his career as president of the University of Michigan and his civic and reform activities.
|Littlefield Family / [1834-1935]||
Title: Littlefield Family Papers
Extent: 0.5 linear ft. and 1 microfilm roll
Abstract: Papers, of the Josiah Littlefield family of Monroe County and Farwell, Clare County, Michigan. Correspondence, typescript of autobiography, and excerpted typescript of University of Michigan student diary, 1867-1871, of Josiah Littlefield, surveyor, lumberman, and conservationist; also letters of other members of the Littlefield and Hall families; and photographs.
|Littmann, David L. / [ 1964-2010 ]||
David L. Littmann papers
Extent: 13.5 linear feet, 1 oversized folder, and 4 oversize poster boards
Abstract: Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Comerica Bank, author of the bank’s monthly business brochure, regular commentator on local and national radio and TV programs. The collection includes publications, speeches, and correspondence.
|Livingstone, William, 1844-1925. / [ 1850-1995 ]||
William Livingstone and family papers
Extent: 2 feet (in 4 boxes), 1 oversize volume, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Livingstone was a Detroit, Michigan businessman, banker, and newspaper publisher. He was an advocate of improving shipping on the Great Lakes, helping to found the Lake Carriers' Association. Livingstone successfully lobbied Congress for funds to construct a channel in the lower Detroit River (the Livingstone Channel). The collection consists of manuscript and visual materials, some of which were collected by later family members. Included are diaries and account books, 1871-1882 (scattered) and 1925; correspondence and newspaper clippings; subject files pertaining to the Dime Savings Bank and the Lake Carriers' Association; and a speech book containing draft of speech written for James G. Blaine, presidential candidate in 1884. Visual materials include photographs and drawings.
|Livonia Citizens For Better Human Relations (Mich.) / [ 1963-1976 ]||
Livonia Citizens For Better Human Relations (Mich.) records
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Livonia, Michigan human rights organization; administrative files, correspondence, topical files, newsletters, and newspaper clippings relating to activities of the organization.