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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Meader, George, 1907- / [1922-1990]||
Title: George Meader Papers
1922-1990 bulk 1943-1966
Extent: 42 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan attorney, counsel to U.S. Congressional committees, and Republican Congressman, 1951-1965. Correspondence files concerning work with the Senate Committee Investigating the National Defense Program after World War II, and Congressional files, especially concerning his work with the House Judiciary Committee and the House Committee on Government Operations; also photographs and motion picture films.
|Meally, John Edward, 1864- / [1893-1949]||
Title: John E. Meally Papers
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Methodist minister; Correspondence and other papers relating primarily to his ministerial career.
|Meerse, Marvin M., 1910-1978. / [ 1943-1978 ]||
Marvin M. Meerse papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Career army officer, speechwriter for military and political figures on army-related topics. Speeches, diaries, 1971 and 1973, copy of his mystery novel, and photographs.
|Menefee, Ferdinand Northrup, 1886- / [ 1913-1962 ]||
Ferdinand Northrup Menefee Papers
Extent: 4 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of engineering mechanics at the University of Michigan. Materials concerning his interest in the St. Lawrence Seaway, his work with the American Concrete Institute's investigation of precast floor systems, and his activities with the American Society of Civil Engineers' Committee on Water Diversion; also subject files on prohibition and immigration policy in the 1920's; and photographs.
|Mental Health Association in Michigan. / [ 1937-2004 ]||
Mental Health Association in Michigan records,
Extent: 12 linear ft.
Abstract: Advocacy organization started in 1937 to promote awareness of mental health issues and lobby for patient rights. The record group documents the evolution of mental health care and legislative and organizational efforts to improve the field.
|Merit Network, Inc. / [ 1966-2002 ]||
Merit Network, Inc. records
Extent: 60 linear feet
Abstract: Merit (once an acronym for Michigan Educational Research Information Triad) was an organization developed to research the effects of connecting large research universities together by means of a computer network. Officially established in 1966 and still operating today, Merit contributed greatly to networking and the growth and expansion of the Internet. Most of the materials in the Merit record group documents Merit's early growth and development in the 1960s through Merit's post-NSFNET involvement in the late 1990s. Correspondence, project contracts and proposals, meeting minutes, and administrative records make up the bulk of the records.
|Merriam Family / [ 1914-1964 ]||
Merriam Family Papers
Extent: 2 linear ft., 3 oversize volumes, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: The papers of the Merriam family of Grand Rapids and Holland, Michigan, reflect chiefly the business activities and leisure time interests of Warren Sturtevant Merriam, plant manager of Baker Furniture, Inc. of Holland and member of the Macatawa Bay Yacht Club. There is also some material concerning his father, the Reverend Charles Wolcott Merriam, his mother, Julia Sturtevant Merriam, and his wife, Helen Bell Merriam.
|Merrill, George Washington, 1856-1937 / [ ca. 1874-1918 ]||
George Washington Merrill photographs
Extent: 0.1 linear feet.
Abstract: Engineer on various Great Lakes steamship, photographer and collector of photographs; includes photos and some glass negatives depicting Grand Army of the Republic encampment in Detroit in 1891; photographs of war bond rally in Detroit, ca. 1918; photographs of downtown Detroit buildings and street scenes; some of the photographs of Belle Isle other water views.
|Merrill, Howard E. / [ 1917-1924 ]||
Howard E. Merrill papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of a Y.M.C.A. volunteer depicting events following the 1917 October Revolution in Russia, POW camps in Germany, and relief work among Russian refugees in 1920-1924.
|Merry, Ellis B., 1907-1989. / [ 1907-1989 ]||
Ellis B. Merry papers
Extent: 2 linear feet and 1 oversize folder.
Abstract: Senior and executive vice president of the National Bank of Detroit, later chairman of the board. The collection concerns business activities, personal interests, and travels. Included are business and personal correspondence, journals, travel materials, and other materials relating in part to his interest in amateur radio.
|Mershon, William B., 1856-1943 / [1848-1943]||
Title: William B. Mershon Papers
Extent: 46.5 linear ft., 1 oversized folder and 14 reels of microfilm.
Abstract: Saginaw, Michigan, lumberman and businessman, and Michigan State Tax Commissioner, 1912 and wildlife conservationist and sportsman. Papers include extensive correspondence files, business records and photographs.
|Metcalf, Robert Clarence / [1950-2008 ]||
Robert C. Metcalf papers
Extent: 12 linear feet and 4,372 drawings
Abstract: Noted Michigan-based modern architect and former Professor and later Dean of the University of Michigan College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Metcalf's work includes over 150 buildings in Michigan and Ohio. The material in this collection spans the years 1950 to 2008, and includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, journals, articles, photographs and slides, client files, presentation boards, and architectural drawings.
|Metropolitan Christian Council (Detroit-Windsor) / [ 1920-2006 ]||
Metropolitan Christian Council (Detroit-Windsor) Records
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: The Metropolitan Christian Council (Detroit-Windsor) has been organizing the Detroit community around issues of faith since 1919. The record group documents the activities of the Council from the early 1920s until 2003. Records include annual reports produced by the Council, minutes from administrative meetings, pamphlets and promotional materials, photographs of council leadership and churches, topical files, and videotapes of television programs produced by the council.
|Meyer Family. / [ 1867-2000 ]||
Henry J. Meyer and Suzanne M. Meyer Papers,
Extent: 1.3 linear ft.
Abstract: Henry J. Meyer was a social worker and University of Michigan professor of sociology. Suzanne M. Meyer was secretary of the Ann Arbor Human Relations Commission, also assistant to the director of student activities and organizations at the University of Michigan. She was also involved both in the Tutorial and Cultural Relations Project and the Opportunity Awards Program. The collection includes professional papers and files relating to their travels and activities abroad.
|Meyer, Alfred G. / [ca. 1860-1998]||
Title: Alfred G. Meyer Papers
ca. 1860-1998 bulk 1930s-1970s
Extent: 3.0 linear feet.
Abstract: Professor of political science at Michigan State University and at the University of Michigan; director of the U-M Center for Russian and Eastern European Studies; specialist in communist ideology and the Soviet political system. The collection is composed of four series. The personal series consists of biographical information including autobiography detailing flight of his family from Nazi Germany, his education, and his academic career; the series also contains files relating to his education and to the history of his family; including extensive family correspondence, partially in German, primarily in the period of 1924-1945. The other, smaller, series in the collection pertain to his career and to his writings.
|Meyers, Allen H., 1908-1976. / [ 1935-1971 ]||
Allen H. Meyers Papers
Extent: 3 linear ft.
Abstract: Aviator and airplane designer, founder of Meyers Aircraft Company, Tecumseh, Michigan. Personal materials, business papers, biographical material, photographs and miscellanea; include letter from Howard Hughes, Sept. 10, 1947.