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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Mu Phi Epsilon. Gamma Chapter (University of Michigan) / [ 1945-1995, 2011 ]||
Mu Phi Epsilon. Gamma Chapter (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 1 linear foot and 9 oversize items
Abstract: Gamma Chapter at University of Michigan of Mu Phi Epsilon, established in 1904, part of professional music sorority. In 1976 membership opened to males. Organization is still active. Material includes minutes, correspondence, membership records, financial records, and scrapbooks.
|Mudge, James Maxwell, 1914-1970. / [ 1951-1970 ]||
James Maxwell Mudge papers
Extent: 1.2 linear feet.
Abstract: Michigan newspaperman; correspondence and clippings of articles and columns.
|Muehlig Funeral Chapel / [ 1846-1867 and 1882-1995 ]||
Muehlig Funeral Chapel records
1846-1867 and 1882-1995
1846-1867 and 1882-1916
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: Firm established in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the mid-nineteenth century as a furniture-undertaking business. Ledgers and daybooks of furniture and undertaking business, 1846-1867; funeral record books, 1882-1916, containing such vital information as name, date of death, age, cause of death, and occupation; register, 1919-1940, of funerals, containing names only. The records from May 1909 through 1916 include occasional information about deceased's parents.
|Muffly, Gary / [ 1931 ]||
Gary Muffly photographic negatives
Extent: 43 items in 1 folder
Abstract: Member of University of Michigan Class of 1932. Negatives made in spring and summer, 1931, by Gary Muffly; include University of Michigan campus and buildings, construction of the Law Building, tug-of-war, and other student activities.
|Mullett Family. / [1665-1924]||
Title: Mullett Family papers 1665-1924 bulk Bulk 1825-1924
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Williamston, Ingham County, Michigan, family. Financial records, clippings, and correspondence relating to Mullett Farm and John Mullett, surveyor; extract, 1864, from Meridian Township Register Book; letterpress book, journal, and correspondence, 1852-1893, of John H. Forster, surveyor, agent for Pewabic Mining Company, Hancock, Mich., and later owner of Springbrook Farm, Ingham County, Michigan; diary, 1840-1841, of Catherine Hall; and map, 1859, of Mullett Farm; and photographs.
|Mullett, Martha, collector. / [ ca. 1865-ca. 1880 ]||
Martha Mullett collection
ca. 1865-ca. 1880
Extent: 0.2 linear feet
Abstract: Collection of stereograph images of views of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula in the late nineteenth century.
|Mulligan, Joan Elizabeth, 1922- / [ 1971-1973 ]||
Joan Elizabeth Mulligan papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Registered nurse, and assistant professor of public health at the University of Michigan. Correspondence, notes, conference and committee records, newsclippings, and miscellaneous materials concerning abortion in Michigan; include material on abortion facilities, law reform, the Michigan Nurses Association, and anti-abortion groups.
|Mullins, Raymond G., 1943- / [ 1953-2010 ]||
Raymond G. Mullins Papers
Extent: 4.75 linear feet in 5 boxes and 842 KB (online).
Abstract: Ypsilanti, Michigan attorney active in community affairs, particularly in areas of civil rights and minority education. President of National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Ypsilanti-Willow Run Branch, 1981-1982 and 1987 to 1998. Correspondence, papers associated with his involvement in NAACP activities, documents relating to judgeship candidacy in 1992, printed material culled from Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrations, and papers documenting service to Brown Chapel A.M.E. Church.
|Muncy, Ralph W. (Ralph Waldo), 1902- / [ ca. 1830-1992 ]||
Ralph W. Muncy papers
Extent: 15.5 linear ft. (16 boxes)
Abstract: Socialist Labor Party member, later member of the League for Socialist Reconstruction. Correspondence, campaign files, audio-tapes, and other materials largely concerning his work with the State Central Committee of the Socialist Labor Party and Socialist Reconstruction, 1928-1992; and collected family materials including letters and memoirs of Levi Muncy, soldier during the Civil War; also photographs.
|Munger Family / [ 1793-1945 ]||
Munger Family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Family of Baptist ministers from New York state and southwestern Michigan; papers of Harvey Munger, his son William L. Munger, William's wife Octavia and other members of the Munger, Griffin, and Brown family.
|Murfin, James Orin, d 1875-1940. / [1896-1940]||
Title: James Orin Murfin papers
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: Republican politician and regent of University of Michigan. Correspondence, 1901-1940, personal and professional materials, legal briefs and letters relating to William Cook estate and other University of Michigan affairs during his regency, 1918-1937; also correspondence while member of University's Board in Control of Athletics concerning University's departure from and return to Big Nine Conference and college athletics in general.
|Murphy, Frank, 1890-1949. / [1908-1949]||
Title: Frank Murphy papers
Extent: 166 microfilm rolls (77 linear feet), 23 linear feet (in 103 boxes, not microfilmed), 7 oversize volumes, and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: Michigan born lawyer, judge, politician and diplomat, served as Detroit Recorder's Court Judge, Mayor of Detroit, Governor Genral of the Phillipines, Governor of Michigan, U. S. Attorney General and U.S. Supreme Court Justice. Papers include extensive correspondence, subject files, Supreme court case files, scrapbooks, photographs and other material.
|Murphy, George, 1897-1961. / [ 1911-1961 ]||
George Murphy papers
Extent: 15 linear feet, 1 volume, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Judge of the Recorder's Court in Detroit and Frank Murphy's brother; contain correspondence, legal briefs, newspaper clippings, and other materials concerning Detroit politics, 1935-1961, the grand jury investigation of Detroit street railways, 1936, arbitration of labor disputes, 1936-1941, investigation of the Charles Street housing project, 1939-1940, as well as materials illuminating the careers and personal affairs of both George and Frank Murphy, especially in relation to Detroit and the Philippine Islands.
|Murphy, Irene Ellis, 1900- / [ 1917-1984 ]||
Irene Ellis Murphy papers
Extent: 3.2 linear feet
Abstract: Birmingham, Michigan, businesswoman, Democratic Regent of the University of Michigan; contain materials relating to her life and interest in the Philippines, especially during the administration of Frank Murphy, during World War II, and during the presidency of Ferdinand Marcos; papers relating to her interest in University of Michigan history; and photographs.
|Murphy, John Francis, 1849-1926. / [ 1883-1940 ]||
John Francis Murphy papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Father of Frank and George Murphy; correspondence and other papers.
|Murphy, Marguerite. / [ 1901-1949 ]||
Marguerite Murphy papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Sister of Michigan public figure Frank Murphy. Correspondence and other papers relating in part to her activities in the Philippines.
|Muschenheim, William. / [1923-1990]||
Title: William Muschenheim papers
1923-1990 bulk 1951-1985
Extent: 13.5 linear feet (in 15 boxes) and 7 flat drawers.
Abstract: Modernist architect based in New York City, 1929-1950, and professor of architecture at the University of Michigan, 1950-1972, where he also carried on an active private practice until shortly before his death in 1989. A graduate of MIT, Muschenheim also studied with Peter Behrens at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and was strongly influenced by a visit to the Bauhaus in Weimar Germany and a period working in townplanning with Peter Korn in Berlin. The Muschenheim papers primarily document his career after 1950 and include biographical material; articles by and about Muschenheim; papers, drawings, and photographs related to individual architectural projects and commissions; and files concerning his teaching and research. Papers relating to his earlier work in New York City are housed at the Avery Library at Columbia University.
|Muschenheim, William, 1902-1990. / [1923-1990]||
Title: Muschenheim, William. Architectural drawings and papers.
Extent: Avery Library Collection: 13 linear ft. and 3081 architectural drawings.
Abstract: Modernist architect based in New York City, 1929-1950, and professor of architecture at the University of Michigan, 1950-1972, where he also carried on an active private practice until shortly before his death in 1990. A graduate of MIT, Muschenheim studied further with Peter Behrens at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and was strongly influenced both by a visit to the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany and by a period working in urban planning with Peter Korn in Berlin. Two major Muschenheim collections exist, one within the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University and another within the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan. The Muschenheim collection at the Avery represents primarily his professional career from 1929 to 1957, and the Muschenheim collection at the Bentley concerns his later professional practice and teaching career at the University of Michigan, as of 1950. This finding aid describes both the Avery and Bentley collections.