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Lucas, Henry Stephen, 1889-1961 Title: Henry Stephen Lucas collection
Extent: 3 microfilms
Abstract: Professor of history at the University of Washington. Manuscripts, pamphlets, maps, pictures, newspapers, and other materials dealing with the Dutch migration to America collected for his book Netherlanders in America.
Lucas, William, 1928- Title: William Lucas Papers
Extent: 34 linear feet
Abstract: Wayne County sheriff, 1969-1982, Wayne County Executive, 1983-1986, and Republican candidate for governor of Michigan, 1986. Correspondence, subject files, clippings, videotapes, and photographs primarily concerning his work as sheriff and county executive, and his gubernatorial campaign.
Ludwig family. Title: Ludwig Family Papers
Extent: 6 linear feet (in 7 boxes)
Abstract: The Ludwig Family Papers document the lives of members of the Ludwig family from the time of their arrival in the United States of America in 1733, through 1985. This collection includes family histories, scrapbooks, and family photographs. Also included in the collection are both personal and professional papers of Claud Cecil Ludwig, Frederick E. Ludwig, and Ruby Newman Ludwig.
Ludwig, Martha. Title: Martha Ludwig papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Martha Ludwig (1931-2006), Professor of Biological Chemistry, joined the University of Michigan faculty in 1967. Ludwig was inducted into the National Academy of Science in 2003 and the Institute of Medicine in 2006. Ludwig specialized in x-ray crystallography, specifically addressing the area of protein structures and their biomedical implications. The collection includes correspondence and e-mails (print- outs), papers related to the Biophysics Research Division, papers on the Life Science Collaborative Access Team (LS-CAT) an interuniversity equipment sharing initiative, and reviews of programs in which Ludwig was involved
Lunden, Herman, 1859-1929 Title: Herman Lunden Papers
Extent: 5.5 linear feet
Abstract: Timber manager of the Kneeland Bigelow Company of Bay City, Michigan. Autobiography; correspondence, 1899-1924 (scattered); Kneeland-Bigelow Company records, 1912 and 1923-1929; subject files relating to his interest in conservation, reforestation, forest fire prevention, local Republican party affairs, road improvement, and the development of the northern Lower Peninsula as a tourist and recreational region.
Lurie Terrace. Title: Lurie Terrace records
Extent: 10 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, apartment building for senior citizens of modest means; records of Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor, the organization administering Lurie Terrace, including board minutes, office files, newsletters, and photograph albums and scrapbooks.
Lusk, Sally. Title: Sally Lusk papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Sally Lusk was a professor of nursing at the University of Michigan from 1969 to 2003. She was very involved in the field of occupational health nursing, and focused her research on the effects of noise on workers, as well as how to integrate nursing research into practice. The collection mainly consists of conference presentations, papers, and grant projects related to her research.
Luther, E. Hardy, 1898-1982 Title: E. Hardy Luther papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Executive and historian of Consumers Power Company of Michigan. Correspondence, speeches, articles, and copy of his history of the company entitled, "Song of Service; A Century of Consumers Power Company and Its Predecessors"; also include articles on history of Jackson County, Michigan; and photographs.
Lutheran Church in America. Michigan Synod. Title: Lutheran Church in America, Michigan Synod records
Extent: 42 linear feet (in 46 boxes)
Abstract: President's correspondence, executive committee minutes, and minutes of annual conventions; also files on individual churches in the Synod, including clippings, reports, church histories and programs; and photographs.