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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Scandinavian Fraternity of America. North Star Lodge No. 27 (Escanaba, Mich.). / [ 1887-1970 ]||
Scandinavian Fraternity of America, North Star Lodge No. 27 (Escanaba, Mich.) records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Minutes, cashbooks, and membership dues records.
|Schachter, Stanley, 1922- / [1945-1998]||
Title: Stanley Schachter Papers
Extent: 5 linear ft.
Abstract: Social psychologist, Columbia University professor of psychology, affiliated with the Research Center for Group Dynamics; collection includes publications and professional papers.
|Schade, Clay Grimshaw. / [1918-1919]||
Title: Clay Grimshaw Schade papers
Extent: 0.2 linear ft.[64 digital files]
Abstract: Soldier from Cudahy, Wisconsin; master engineer with 1st Battalion, 310th U.S. Engineers who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes correspondence, reports, clippings, and photograph album.
|Scheu, Clarence G. / [1918-1919]||
Title: Clarence G. Scheu diary
Extent: 2 volumes
Abstract: Member of Co. B, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes record of combat experiences against Bolshevik troops.
|Schicker, Louis E., 1896?-1964. / [1910s-1930s]||
Title: Louis E. Schicker photograph album
Extent: 0.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Resident of Detroit, Mich., who served as a photographer with the 310th Engineers during the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes photographs of 310th Engineers training at Camp Custer, Mich., and in Russia, Detroit Fire Dept. personnel and equipment, Detroit waterfront, farming in Roscommon County, hunting and fishing in Roscommon County, logging in Baraga County.
|Schimpke, Albert J., 1899-1985, collector / [ 1890-circa 1970 ]||
Albert J. Schimpke collection of R.G. Peters materials
Extent: 4 linear feet (in 6 boxes) and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: The Albert J. Schimpke collection consists of photographs, audio-tapes, and other materials collected by Mr. Schimpke relating to Manistee, Michigan, especially the activities of one of its most prominent local lumbermen, Richard G. Peters.
|Schmale, Theodore R., d. 1969 / [ 1918-1961 ]||
Theodore R. Schmale Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Papers,1918-1961,of Theodore R. Schmale, pastor of Bethlehem Evangelical Church [now Bethlehem United Church of Christ]; includes manuscripts of sermons (partially in German); and autobiography,1895,of father-in-law, Johann H. Dinkmeier, describing life in Germany, his immigration to the United States, and his experiences as a teacher and Evangelical pastor. [original and typescript of translation]
|Schmid, Friedrich, 1807-1883 / [ 1833-1875 ]||
Friedrich Schmid church records,
Extent: 8.78 GB (online)
Abstract: Friedrich Schmid was a pioneering clergyman, regarded as the first Lutheran pastor in Michigan. He organized the first Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the state, helped organize some 20 churches in southeastern Michigan, and founded and served as the first president of the Michigan Synod. Collection includes digital images of records of baptisms, marriages, and deaths, 1833-1875.
|Schmidt, Carl Ernest, 1856-1934. / [ 1892-1935 ]||
Carl Ernest Schmidt papers
Extent: 15 volumes (in 3 boxes) and 1 oversize volume
Abstract: Detroit German-American business; scrapbooks containing a variety of printed material, photographs, handwritten accounts of sentiments and occasions, and hand-drawn ink illustrations.
|Schmidt, Jay Handler, 1891- / [ 1918-1968 ]||
Jay Handler Schmidt papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Alumnus of University of Michigan, and secretary of the University of Michigan Club of Suburban New Jersey. Correspondence and other materials relating to his alumni activities and his continuing interest in University affairs; and photographs.
|Schneidewind, Richard, 1876-1949. / [ 1899-1914 ]||
Richard Schneidewind papers
Extent: 0.25 linear feet (in 1 box), 3 oversize volumes, and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: Richard Schneidewind’s collection of photographs, stereographs, newspaper articles and advertising materials about the Igorot peoples of the Philippines, and "Igorot Villages" travelling exhibits in the U.S., Canada and Europe that his company, the Filipino Exhibition Company, organized and managed between 1905 and 1913; also photographs of locations in the Philippines and Hawaii taken ca. 1899.
|Schoening, Robert W. / [ ca. 1919-1923 ]||
Robert W. Schoening papers,
Extent: 0.2 linear feet and 16.1 GB
Abstract: Resident of Saginaw, Michigan; worked variously as a laborer, mechanic, shop foreman, factory superintendent, and traveling salesman. Includes scattered correspondence and unpublished literary works and essays with details of early cross-country automobile travel and perspectives on Michigan's manufacturing economy.
|Schreiber, Allan / [ 1968-1988 ]||
Allan Schreiber papers
Extent: 2.4 linear feet
Abstract: Allan Schreiber, a teacher at Pioneer High School in Ann Arbor, was part of an initiative in the 1970s to develop an alternative high school, known as Earthworks. Schreiber was a teacher and the head of Earthworks for most of its existence. The papers include materials on Earthworks background and history, founding and planning materials, correspondence, materials on the merger with Community High School, printed works and annual reports, evaluations and studies of the school, field trip logs, and audiovisual material.
|Schuler's (Restaurant) / [ 1944-2002 ]||
Schuler's Restaurant Records,
Extent: 18 linear ft. (in 20 boxes), 9 oversize volumes, 1 outsize folder
Abstract: Historic restaurant based in Marshall, Michigan, specializing in American home-style cuisine. Since 1909, the Schuler family has owned and operated this Michigan institution. Records include administrative files, menus, advertising and publicity materials, slides, photographs, videotapes and scrapbooks.
|Schwab, Fred E., 1918-2009. / [ 1930-2009 ]||
Fred E. Schwab papers
Extent: 2 linear feet and 1 oversized folder
Abstract: Fred E. Schwab was an influential member of the plastics community in the Detroit area. A German immigrant, he opened and ran several plastic manufacturing businesses, including Schwab & Frank and Schwab Plastics, which focused on styrofoam products and later automotive parts. He was also a founding member of the Society of Plastics Engineers. The collection includes personal materials, photographs, and professional files relating to his association with various plastics firms.
|Schwarz, John J. H. / [1987-2002]||
Title: John J. H. Schwarz Papers
1987-2002 bulk 1999-2002
Extent: 8 linear ft.
Abstract: Republican state senator from Battle Creek, Michigan, 1987-2002; legislative files documenting issues of higher education appropriations, state health concerns, and expenditure of monies received from lawsuit against the tobacco companies.
|Science Research Club (University of Michigan) / [1902-2004]||
Title: Science Research Club (University of Michigan) Records
1902-2004 bulk 1940-1988
Extent: 3.75 linear ft.
Abstract: University of Michigan organization founded by graduate students in 1902 as the Junior Research Club to promote exchange of ideas among those active in pure or applied scientific investigation. Records document founding and development of the club, include club histories, minute books, financial records, membership statistics ad meeting programs.
|Scott, Fred Newton / [ 1860-1931 ]||
Fred Newton Scott papers
Extent: 3 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Professor of rhetoric and journalism at University of Michigan. Correspondence concerning his professional activities, particularly his interest in linguistics and English language and speech, and papers, 1917-1918, concerning war issues course at the University, manuscripts of articles and speeches, diary, 1903-1909, day-books, 1903-1922, and miscellaneous notebooks and journals; also photographs.
|Scripps, James E. (James Edmund), 1835-1906. / [1858-1940]||
Title: James E. Scripps Papers
Extent: 9 linear ft. and 2 oversize volumes
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, newspaper publisher. Papers of Scripps and of the James E. Scripps Trust established to ensure that control of Scripps's Evening News Association would remain with his immediate family. Series in the collection include: biographical material, notably unpublished biography and personal diaries, 1858-1868 and 1872-1881; business records of various Scripps newspapers and publishing companies; George H. Scripps probate records; and James E. Scripps trust records.