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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Raab Family / [ ca. 1830-1969 ]||
Raab family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Michigan family from Adrian and Flint, Michigan. Family papers, sound recordings, and photographs.
|Rabinovitz, Sam. / [ 1940-1977 ]||
Sam Rabinovitz papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Executive secretary, 1950-1969, of the Michigan Youth Commission. Correspondence, 1950-1971, and other papers relating to the work of the Michigan Youth Commission and its Youth Advisory Council, including reports and materials on state and national conferences; also photographs.
|Rackham Student Government (University of Michigan) / [ 1948-2001 ]||
Rackham Student Government (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 4 linear ft.
Abstract: The Rackham Student Government facilitates student-faculty communication, provides funding for student activities, and appoints graduate-student representatives to university committees. The organization has operated under several different, earlier titles, including the Graduate Student Council and Graduate Assembly. This record group includes minutes, grant requests, correspondence, reports, and publications.
|Rademacher, Paul. / [ 1918-1919]||
Paul Rademacher diary
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Diary of a soldier with the 310th Engineers in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Radical Education Project (Ann Arbor, Mich.). / [ 1961-1969 ]||
Radical Education Project publications
Extent: 1 box
|Radulovich, Milo, 1926-2007. / [ 1945-2008 ]||
Milo Radulovich papers
Extent: 2.5 linear feet (in 4 boxes), 6 oversized volumes, and 1 oversized folder
Abstract: Air Force Lieutenant accused of being a security risk during the era of Senator Joseph McCarthy; records include biographical information, correspondence, scrapbooks, audio-visual materials, and other documents pertaining to the case and to the movie "Good Night, and Good Luck."
|Ramsey, Leon, 1897- / [1917-1919 and 1960s?]||
Title: Leon Ramsey papers
1917-1919 and 1960s?
Extent: .2 linear ft.
Abstract: Soldier from Armada, Mich., member of Headquarters Company, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes correspondence describing his experiences in the army during training at Camp Custer, Mich., and during his service in Russia; also miscellanea, photographs, and a paper based on Ramsey's correspondence, probably written by John O. Ramsey.
|Randall, Harrison M. (Harrison McAllister), 1870- / [ 1897-1965]||
Harrison M. Randall papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Renowned physicist who studied, conducted research, and taught at the University of Michigan from the late 1800s until the 1960s; Dr. Harrison M. Randall helped develop the atomic and nuclear components of the physics program, and conducted research on infrared spectroscopy. Materials include correspondence, photos, postcards, research data, progress and final research reports, grant proposals, and reprints.
|Ransom family / [ 1914-2001 ]||
Eugene Ransom and Jeanne Bailey Ransom Papers,
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Eugene Ransom was director of the Wesley Foundation at the University of Michigan (1951-1968). Jeanne Bailey Ransom was a teacher, writer, and family historian. The collection consists largely of binders of materials (photographs, clippings, and other memorabilia) relating to Eugene's service with the Civilian Public Service during World War II, to his work with the Wesley Foundation, and to the couples' involvement in issues of peace and justice. In addition, the collection includes collected genealogical materials and family documents pertaining to the Bailey family.
|Ranville, Michael, 1943- / [ 1953-2008 ]||
Michael Ranville papers
Extent: 3.5 linear feet (in 4 boxes) and 2 oversize items
Abstract: Author and political consultant from Charlotte, Michigan who wrote a book on the Milo Radulovich Case; records include interviews, correspondence, newspaper clippings, Radulovich military records, research notes, and documentation relating to the writing and publication of To Strike at a King: The Turning Point in the McCarthy Witch-Hunt.
|Rappaport, Roy A., 1926-1997. / [1959-1997]||
Title: Roy A. Rappaport Papers
Extent: 17.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of anthropology at the University of Michgan (1965-1997); chairman of Department of Anthropology (1975-1980); president of American Anthropological Association (1987-1989). Papers include biographical files, correspondence, writings, speeches, lectures, course materials, and files pertaining to various academic programs and environmental projects for which he served as a consultant.
|Rasch, Charles. / [ 1890-2011 ]||
Charles Rasch Collection
Extent: 23 oversize volumes, 4 linear feet (in 6 boxes), and 1 oversized folder
Abstract: Charles ("Charlie") Rasch was a professional pianist, talented photographer, and graduate of the University of Michigan. The collection contains scrapbooks, photographs, and negatives documenting his life in Michigan. The majority of photographs and negatives are labeled with the date and location.
|Rasmussen, Martin. / [1918?]||
Title: Martin Rasmussen photograph collection
Extent: 3.19 MB [1 digital file]
Abstract: Scanned copy of photograph of Martin Rasmussen, who served in Headquarters Company, 339th U.S. Infantry, during the American intervention in North Russia, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Rasmussen, Roy Paul, 1893-1956. / [1918-1919 and undated]||
Title: Roy Paul Rasmussen papers
1918-1919 and undated
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Soldier from Hart, Mich., member of Co. H, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes diary, undated narrative, and newspaper clipping from the Hart Journal describing his military training at Fort Custer, Michigan, and his combat experience in Russia; also visual materials.
|Ratcliff, William D. / [ 1962-2004 ]||
William D. Ratcliff papers,
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: William D. Ratcliff (1941-) was an educator within the Ann Arbor, Mich. Public School system for over 30 years who took an active interest in the education of African-American youth in the Ann Arbor school district. This collection covers the time Ratcliff spent as the Executive Director of the Saturday Academy for African American Students, as well as his time as a guidance counselor within Ann Arbor Public Schools. The collection includes general information about the Ann Arbor Public School district, and information regarding the many organizations and programs that Ratcliff took part in.
|Ratigan, William. / [ 1939-1978 ]||
William Ratigan papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Charlevoix, Michigan resident, novelist and historian of Great Lakes shipwrecks, the Mackinac Bridge, folklore, and other subjects; correspondence, manuscripts of books, and research materials.
|Ravitz, Allyn. / [ 1973-1997 ]||
Allyn Ravitz papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet
Abstract: Feminist attorney from Detroit, Michigan. Topical files relating to cases in which she was involved; organizational activities, especially the Feminist Federal Credit Union; and feminist issues and interests, including credit and housing discrimination, sexual harassment, etc.