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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|NAMI Michigan. / [ 1977-2011 ]||
NAMI Michigan records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill is a grassroots support and advocacy group for the mentally ill and their families. This record group focuses on the Michigan chapters of NAMI Lansing and NAMI Michigan. Records in this collection include annual reports, bylaws, meeting minutes and agendas, correspondence, event materials, educational and advocacy program materials, brochures, newspapers, newsletters, resource guides, and various other printed materials.
|National Archive on Sino-American Relations. / [ 1971-1984 ]||
National Archive on Sino-American Relations records
Extent: 28 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Grant project of the Center for Chinese Studies of the University of Michigan to locate and collect materials of visitors to the Peoples Republic of China since the reopening of diplomatic contact in 1971. Printed and manuscript diaries and journals, recollections, reports, correspondence, and audio-tapes; oral interviews with members of the United States Table Tennis Association team; and administrative files.
|National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. University of Michigan College Chapter. / [ 1973-1989 ]||
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People University of Michigan College Chapter records
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: The collection documents the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People: University of Michigan College Chapter from 1973 to 1989. Documents include the student chapter's involvement in NAACP conventions, minority recruitment and retention for the University of Michigan, in improving faculty/staff/leadership relations and other internal and community activities.
|National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Ypsilanti-Willow Run Branch. / [1918 and 1977-1998]||
Title: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Ypsilanti-Willow Run Branch Records
1918 and 1977-1998 bulk 1989-1998
Extent: 3.75 linear ft. and 1 oversized item.
Abstract: Volunteer and membership organization geared toward improving the educational, economic, social and political status of minorities. The records are comprised of administrative material, photographs, and files related to activities and issues.
|National Housewives' League of America / [ca. 1918-1996]||
Title: National Housewives' League of America Records
ca. 1918-1996 bulk 1941-1987
Extent: 2.2 linear ft.
Abstract: Organization established in 1933 to encourage African American housewives to patronize African American-owned businesses. The national organization was comprised of local groups, the most important of these being the Housewives' League of Detroit, which was founded in 1930 under the leadership of Fannie B. Peck. The Detroit League worked in conjunction with the Booker T. Washington Trade Association whose organization was headed by the Rev. William H. Peck, and the National Negro Business League. The record group includes minutes, correspondence, publications, and activity files of both the national organization and the Detroit league. The series in the record group are History and Organization; Core Records; Correspondence; Programs and Events; Media Coverage; Publications; Chapters; Related Organizations; and Other Materials. The largest portion of the Chapters series consists of records of the Detroit league and include history, publications, and other organizational materials.
|National Organization for Women. Michigan Conference. / [ 1969-1996 ]||
National Organization for Women, Michigan Conference Records
Extent: 19 linear ft.
Abstract: Records of various officers of the Michigan Conference of the National Organization for Women collected by one-time state presidents Margot Duley-Morrow and Alicia Perez-Banuet. Presidential files of Duley-Morrow, Nan Frost-Welmers, Shirley Monson, Lynn Hierholzer, Gloria Woods, and Alicia Perez-Banuet; files of state chapter developer Rhonda Drinan, and Macomb County chapter president Doris Little; contain correspondence, newsletters, clippings, mass mailings, agendas and minutes, photographs, and other materials concerning the formal and personal aspects of this feminist organization. Topics covered include the Equal Rights Amendment, the Project for Equal Education Rights, Women's Assembly III, and other issues pertaining to women's rights.
|National Organization for Women. Oakland County Chapter. / [1983-2002]||
Title: National Organization for Women, Oakland County Chapter Records
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Administrative files include minutes, membership materials, and newsletters. Topical concern activities and relationship with Michigan NOW and other state NOW chapters.