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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Sacks, Andrew / [ 1964-1980 ]||
Andrew Sacks photographs, 1964-1980
Extent: 1 linear feet
Abstract: Photographer from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Photographs (prints and negatives) of student demonstrations at the University of Michigan, draft card burnings and other anti-Vietnam War protests, of the riot at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in Chicago, Illinois, of appearances of John Cage, Lyndon Johnson, Timothy Leary, Eldridge Cleaver, John Sinclair, John Lennon, Stevie Wonder, and Gerald Ford in Ann Arbor, and a meeting of Ku Klux Klan in Dearborn, Michigan.
|Safford Family. / [1826-1987]||
Title: Safford Sunderland Family Papers
1826-1987 bulk 1890-1940
Extent: 6.5 linear feet and one oversized folder
Abstract: The Safford Sunderland papers trace several generations of a Southeastern Michigan family, showcasing everyday life and Michigan (as well as U.S.) history over the course of the first half of the Twentieth Century.
|Saint Francis Prayer Center (Flint, Mich.) / [ 1993-2001 ]||
Saint Francis Prayer Center (Flint, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 linear ft.
Abstract: The records of the Saint Francis Prayer Center document the Center's activities with regards to environmental justice particularly in the 1990s when it was deeply involved (as a plaintiff) in two important legal cases: NAACP v. Engler and the Select Steel Case. The bulk of the collection consists of legal documents, correspondence, and reports produced during these two cases.
|Salchow, Hugo K. / [1919 and 1971]||
Title: Hugo K. Salchow papers
1919 and 1971
Extent: 15 items and 3 audio cassettes
Abstract: Member of Co. G, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes partial transcript of interview recounting his experiences with the Polar Bear Expedition; and miscellanea collected at the time of the expedition.
|Saline Woman’s Club (Mich.) / [ 1905-1987 ]||
Saline Woman’s Club (Mich.) Records
Extent: 1.25 linear feet
Abstract: Administrative records, newspaper clippings, and photographs, 1905-1987, of the Saline Woman’s Club, founded in 1904. The organization’s initial literary focus later expanded to include welfare and civic improvements.
|Sallade, George Wahr, 1922- / [1952-1993]||
Title: George Wahr Sallade papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, attorney and local Democratic Party activist. Political files relating to his various campaigns for office (Ann Arbor city council, Michigan House of Representatives, U.S. Congress, and Michigan State Senate among others); papers relating to his service in the state House, 1955-1958; his activities with Washtenaw County, Michigan, and Second Congressional District Democratic affairs; also letters received from Lt. Lee M. Cecil, 1952-1954, describing his experiences as a soldier during the Korean War; and photographs.
|Salling, Hanson, and Company (Grayling, Mich.) / [ 1881-1928 ]||
Salling, Hanson, and Company records
Extent: 4 linear ft. and 1 vol. [outsize] and 44 reels microfilm
Abstract: The Salling, Hanson and Company Records are the business records of the lumber company Salling, Hanson and Company based in Grayling Michigan from 1881-1928. The records include financial data, annual reports, daily activity information as well as some records from other Grayling businesses.
|Salvatore, Nick, 1943- / [ 1998-2003 ]||
C. L. Franklin Oral History Project
Extent: 47 transcripts and 117 audiocassette tapes (in 3 boxes)
Abstract: Professor of history at Cornell University; recordings and transcripts of interviews conducted in the course of Salvatore's research into the life and career of C. L. Franklin, African American clergyman, long-time pastor of New Bethel Baptist Church in Detroit, Michigan, and active participant in the civil rights movement.
|Sampson, Frederick G. (Frederick George), 1928-2001. / [ 1970-2008 ]||
Frederick G. Sampson papers
Extent: 1.25 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Church documents and personal papers of Dr. Frederick G. Sampson II, pastor of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church of Detroit Mich., noted lecturer and keynote speaker, and member of various commissions and boards dedicated to human rights, community outreach, and community education.
|Sanders, Walter, 1906-1972. / [ 1929-1971 ]||
Walter Sanders papers
Extent: 1.3 linear ft. (2 boxes) and 1 oversize folder.
Abstract: Architect, professor of architecture at the University of Michigan. Biographical information; subject files relating to his professional activities, his involvement with the International Congress for Modern Architecture, his interest in architectural education, and his own design work; photographs and architectural drawings. The collection includes correspondence exchanged with Buckminster Fuller and Walter Gropius. There is also a letter from Lewis Mumford.
|Sano, Joseph K. / [ 1923-1951 ]||
Joseph K. Sano papers
Extent: 1.4 linear feet
Abstract: Joseph K. Sano was a Japanese living in the United States during World War II. He taught at the University of Michigan in the Military Intelligence Japanese Language School during the war and went on to assist in the war efforts by helping with bombing surveys and working as a translator in Japan during the trials for war crimes. Material is organized chronologically and ranges from 1923 to 1951. Papers mainly consist of correspondence and information pertaining to the various places of employment where Sano worked or served.
|Sareini, Suzanne / [ circa 1960-2013 ]||
Suzanne Sareini papers
Extent: 4 linear feet in 5 boxes, 2 oversize boxes, and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Arab-American Politician and businesswoman from Dearborn, Michigan, and first Arab American elected to Dearborn City Council. Personal materials related to her political campaigns, community involvement, and city council service, as well as restaurant business papers and menus, and menu's from the Dearborn restaurant community.
|Satterthwaite, Joseph C. / [ 1844-1872 ]||
Joseph C. Satterthwaite business records
Extent: 2 linear feet and 12 oversize volumes
Abstract: Business records of J.C. Satterthwaite, primarily of his flour and lumber mill, but also documenting his activities as railroad freight agent and his other business interests in Tecumseh, Michigan.
|Satterthwaite, Joseph Charles, 1900- / [ 1927-1961 ]||
Joseph Charles Satterthwaite papers
Extent: 2.2 linear feet
Abstract: Career foreign service officer from Tecumseh, Michigan. Correspondence, memoranda, and other papers concerning diplomatic assignments in Nepal, 1947, the Republic of South Africa, 1961-1965, and Argentina, Morocco, Burma, and Ceylon; and related photographs.
|Saunders, Carl M. (Carl Maxon), 1890-1974. / [ 1915-1964 ]||
Carl M. Saunders papers
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize volume
Abstract: Newspaper editor of the Grand Rapids Herald and the Jackson Citizen Patriot; personal and professional papers.
|Saunders, Ed / [ 1983-1997]||
Ed Saunders papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ed Saunders served the University of Michigan in many capacities, including as Director of the Microcomputer Education Center (1985-1986) and Director of the Information Technology Division's Office of Instructional Technology (1990-1997). Papers include department materials, department publications, and correspondence regarding the development of instructional technology use at the University of Michigan.
|Save Our Sons and Daughters (Organization) / [ 1987-1992 ]||
Save Our Sons and Daughters (Organization) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit-based civic organization (known as SOSAD) formed to educated the public to the problem of teen violence and youth homicide. Topical files, correspondence, and videotape relating to organizational programs and activities.
|Sawyer, Alfred Isaac, 1828-1891. / [ 1848-1931 ]||
Alfred Isaac Sawyer papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Homeopathic physician from Monroe, Michigan; correspondence, letterpress books, diaries, and other papers of Sawyer, his wife and daughter, and of members of the Toll family.
|Sawyer, Charles Henry, 1906-2005 / [ 1930-1997 ]||
Charles Henry Sawyer papers
Extent: 5 linear feet.
Abstract: Director of the University of Michigan Museum of Art, professor of art and art history. Subject files relating to his University of Michigan activities and to his involvement with various art museums and art associations; and photographs.
|Sawyer, Ralph A. (Ralph Alanson), 1895-1978. / [1918-1978]||
Title: Ralph A. Sawyer Papers
Extent: 11.3 linear ft. and 1 oversize motion picture film
Abstract: Physicist, University of Michigan professor, dean of the graduate school; correspondence, writings, speeches, organizational files, audio-visual materials.
|Sawyer, Thomas Mitchell, 1917- / [ 1951-1988 ]||
Thomas Mitchell Sawyer papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Professor of humanities in the College of Engineering of the University of Michigan. Reminiscences and family history; files relating to his administrative responsibilities at the University; essay written by Jan Veering, and edited by Sawyer, describing Veering's year in Ann Arbor, Michigan, as a visiting Dutch scholar to the University of Michigan.
|Sawyer, Walter H. (Walter Hulme), 1861-1931. / [ 1900-1931 ]||
Walter H. Sawyer papers
Extent: 5 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Hillsdale, Michigan physician, regent of the University of Michigan. Correspondence, notes, reports, addresses, and other papers relating to board of regents activities and state medical issues.
|Sax, Joseph L. / [ 1943-2013 ]||
Joseph L. Sax papers
Extent: 34 linear feet and 607 MB (online)
Abstract: Professor of law at the University of Michigan. Collection includes material relating to the passage of the Michigan Environmental Protection Act of 1970 and to subsequent litigation arising out of enforcement of the Act; include correspondence, testimony, policy statements, bill analyses, case files, newspaper clippings, and related items.