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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Moffit, John Ted, 1862-1947. / [ 1884-1947 ]||
John Ted Moffit papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Alumnus of the Law School of the University of Michigan, and Iowa attorney; files relating to his alumni activities.
|Moncrieff, Frederick E. / [ 1947-2000 ]||
Frederick E. Moncrieff papers
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize folder (UAm)
Abstract: Frederick Moncrieff worked as an editor, writer, photographer, and manager for the University of Michigan News and Information Services between 1946 and 1966. He accompanied the University of Michigan Symphony Band on its 1961 tour of the Soviet Union and the Near East. The majority of the collection is materials relating to this tour. Other items pertain to historic buildings in Ann Arbor and Camp Michigania
|Monroe County (Mich.). / [ 1819-1943 ]||
Monroe County (Mich.) records
Extent: 1 linear foot, 5 oversize volumes, and 4 oversize folders
Abstract: Miscellaneous county records.
|Monteith, John, 1788-1868. / [ 1797-1885 ]||
John Monteith papers [microform]
Extent: 4 microfilm rolls
Abstract: Presbyterian minister in Elyria, Ohio, Detroit and Blissfield, Michigan; professor at Hamilton College and first president of University of Michigan; correspondence, diaries, sermons, speeches, and papers of other family members.
|Montgomery, Patricia Clancy, 1934- / [ 1973-2004 ]||
Patricia Clancy Montgomery Papers
Extent: 12 linear ft.
Abstract: Educator, founder of Clonlara School in Ann Arbor, speaker and activist on behalf of home schooling and alternative methods of education. The collection includes files relating to Clonlara School and to the Clonlara Home Based Education Program, as well as to Montgomery’s work with various organizations, including the National Coalition of Alternative Community Schools and the National Homeschool Association.
|Moody, Blair, 1902-1954. / [1928-1954]||
Title: Blair Moody Papers
1928-1954 bulk 1934-1952
Extent: 31 linear ft.
Abstract: Detroit newspaperman and United States Senator from Michigan. Correspondence chiefly concerning his 1952 senatorial campaign and his newspaper work in the United States and abroad during World War II; scrapbooks of newspaper articles written by Moody and published for the most part in the Detroit News and Barron's; tape recordings of public affairs radio program; photographs and motion pictures of public affairs interview programs.
|Moore, Arthur Dearth, 1895- / [1916-1984]||
Title: Arthur D. Moore Papers
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of electrical engineering at University of Michigan and Ann Arbor, Michigan city councilman. Correspondence and other materials concerning professional interests and inventions, council activities, particularly urban renewal and effort to improve methods of garbage disposal and halt spread of trichinosis; and files relating to professional society, Tau Beta Pi, activities.
|Moore, Charles, 1855-1942. / [ 1901-1940 ]||
Charles Moore papers
Extent: 1.3 linear feet
Abstract: Chairman of the National Commission of Fine Arts. Reminiscences, 1889-1909, relating in part to his activities as clerk of the U.S. Senate Committee on the District of Columbia, and including his impressions of U.S. Senators and prominent architects and artists; scrapbook of postcards depicting European scenes and art work; scrapbooks of correspondence and clippings, 1921-1922, largely concerning his biography of architect, Daniel H. Burnham; correspondence with friends, artists, editors, learned societies; articles, addresses, miscellaneous papers, and photographs.
|Moore, Earl Vincent, 1890-1987. / [1870s-1987]||
Title: Earl V. Moore papers
1870s-1987 bulk 1920s-1960s
Extent: 3 linear feet (in 5 boxes) and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: The Earl V. Moore collection consists of the personal and professional papers of a noted musician, composer and director. Moore taught music at the University of Michigan from 1916 and served as director of the School of Music from1923 until his retirement in 1960.
|Moore, George William, b. 1847. / [ 1874-1941 ]||
George William Moore papers
Extent: 5 linear feet, 3 oversized volumes, 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Detroit attorney and prominent member of the Michigan Democratic Party. Correspondence, 1874-1926, Miscellaneous, 1922-1941, and Moore & Moore Records, 1880-1939 and Ledgers, 1881-1934.
|Moore, Joel Roscoe, 1879- / [1917-1929, 1940, and 1949-1952]||
Title: Joel Roscoe Moore papers
1917-1929, 1940, and 1949-1952.
Extent: 9 folders
Abstract: Soldier from LaCrosse, Wisc.., captain of Co. M, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes miscellaneous citations, orders, and correspondence relating to his activities with the Polar Bear regiment; also photographs.
|Morgan Family / [1821-1893]||
Title: Morgan Family Papers
Extent: 1 linear ft., 1 oversize folder, and 1 oversize volume
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan family. Ledger, of Elijah W. Morgan, attorney and businessman, compiled in the 1840's containing his comments and evaluations of business and professional abilities of early businessmen of Washtenaw County, Michigan; correspondence, autobiography, and other miscellaneous business papers and deeds; also correspondence, drawings, and writings of his wife Lucy Stow Morgan, including letter describing life and customs in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1831; and other papers of Elijah's parents, including autobiographies of Elisha Morgan and Polly Babcock Morgan.
|Morgan, Angela, 1874-1957. / [1893-1957]||
Title: Angela Morgan Papers
Extent: 59 linear ft.
Abstract: American poet and novelist, pacifist and women's rights advocate, participant in the International Congress of Women at The Hague in 1915 and subsequent activities of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom. Papers include extensive correspondence with leading pacifists, literary figures and women's rights activists, manuscripts of Morgan's poetry, novels and other writings, clipping and subject files on pacifist activities and photographs.
|Morgan, James. / [c.1900-1988]||
Title: James Morgan Papers
c.1900-1988 bulk 1950-1988
Extent: .5 linear ft.
Abstract: Member of the Ann Arbor Township Planning Commission; minutes, correspondence, maps and photographs.
|Morris, George Sylvester, 1840-1889. / [1852-1889]||
Title: George S. Morris Papers
1852-1889 1910-1915, bulk 1852-1889
Extent: 2 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Professor of philosophy at Johns Hopkins University and University of Michigan. Correspondence; notes and lectures on philosophical topics, notably ethics, political philosophy, logic and aesthetics; diary and journal, including account of European trip, 1866-1867; photographs; and later materials collected by Robert M. Wenley preparatory to writing a biography of George S. Morris, 1910-1915.
|Mortar Board (Society). Pi Sigma Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan) / [ 1906-2008 ]||
Mortar Board, Pi Sigma Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: University of Michigan chapter of the scholastic honorary society Mortar Board. The bulk of the records date from the 1920s through the 1950s, and include organizational constitutions; membership rolls; treasury and project reports; press clippings; and organizational histories.
|Mosaic Club (Jackson, Mich.). / [ 1886-1962 ]||
Mosaic Club (Jackson, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Jackson, Michigan, women’s organization devoted to the mental improvement of its members through lectures and presentations; minutes of club meetings, yearbooks and programs, scrapbooks and miscellaneous other records.
|M.O.S.E.S. / [ 1993-2003 ]||
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Inter-racial, inter-faith organization established in 1997 to strengthen metropolitan Detroit congregations and communities through social programs, leadership training, and encouragement of civic participation. M.O.S.E.S was formed from three faith-based organizations: Jeremiah, West Detroit Inter-faith Community Organization, and NOAH. The name M.O.S.E.S. is an acronym for Metropolitan Organizing Strategy Enabling Strength
|Mosher, Eliza Maria, 1846-1928. / [ 1846-1934 ]||
Eliza Maria Mosher papers
Extent: 4.4 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Physician and first Dean of Women at University of Michigan. Correspondence, largely of a personal nature with her niece Sarah Searing; biographical information; scrapbooks with notes and letters about travels abroad; and photographs.
|Mothers Against Drunk Driving. Michigan Chapter. / [ 1982-1994 ]||
Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Michigan Chapter, Records,
Extent: 9 linear ft. (in 10 boxes)
Abstract: Records of the MADD's state coordinating council, files from the various county chapters, bulletins from the national headquarters of MADD, and programs and clippings describing state activities; also videotapes relating to the work of the organization, and audio-tapes promoting the organization and its aims.
|Mount Clemens Symphony Orchestra Association. / [ 1957-1983 ]||
Mount Clemens Symphony Orchestra Association records
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Abstract: Organization formed to support and assist the Mount Clemens Symphony Orchestra, Mount Clemens, Michigan, by means of fund raising activities and ticket sales promotions. Bylaws and board of directors minutes; also records of auxiliary organizations, the Mount Clemens Symphony Orchestra Women's Association and the Mount Clemens Symphony League; and photographs.
|Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church (Battle Creek, Mich.) / [ 1925-2008 ]||
Mount Zion African Methodist Episcopal Church records
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Battle Creek, Michigan African American church; conference records, minutes and agendas from church meetings, financial documents, member lists, various church bulletins, and collected historical documents.
|Mowbray, Carol T., / [ 1973-2006 ]||
Carol T. Mowbray papers
Abstract: Professor at the University of Michigan School of Social Work; was heavily involved in researching psychosocial rehabilitation of the mentally ill and an an advocate of supported education; and researched the affects of mental illness on mothers. Collection consists of correspondence, lectures and speeches, project information and publications completed during her tenure at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University