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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Small, Irwin A. / [ 1947-1997 ]||
Irwin A. Small papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: Irwin Small graduated from the University of Michigan in 1949 where he was a member of the national champion football teams in 1947 and 1948. Small went on to a career in dentistry specializing in oral and maxillofacial surgery. He developed a mandibular staple for use with fixed dental implants. The collection contains articles, slides, and videotapes related to the development and use of the mandibular staple bone plate, and material on the University of Michigan 1947 and 1948 football teams, particularly the 50th reunions.
|Smiley, Monica. / [1982-1984]||
Title: Monica Smiley Papers
Extent: 1 linear ft.
Abstract: Officer with the Michigan Conference of the National Organization for Women. Administrative and topical files relating to her NOW activities.
|Smith, Arthur Whitmore, 1874-1954. / [ 1893-1954 ]||
Arthur Whitmore Smith papers
Extent: 1 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of Physics at the University of Michigan. Correspondence and other papers relating to his research in physics, and his interest in his family genealogy and his activities with the Sons of the American Revolution in Michigan.
|Smith, Charles Spencer, 1852-1923. / [ca. 1875-1923]||
Title: Charles S. Smith papers
Extent: Microfilm edition: 6 rolls of microfilm
Abstract: A bishop in the African Methodist Episcopal Church and founder of the denomination's Sunday School Union
|Smith, Emerson R. / [ 1859-1964 ]||
Emerson R. Smith papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: St. Ignace, Michigan local historian; correspondence, genealogical and historical materials concerning Native Americans and the French in and around the Straits of Mackinac, particularly in St. Ignace and on Mackinac Island.
|Smith, Gerald L. K. (Gerald Lyman Kenneth), 1898- / [1922-1976]||
Title: Gerald L. K. Smith Papers
Extent: 102 linear ft. Photographs. 3 linear ft
Abstract: Founder of the America First Party, head of the Christian Nationalist Crusade, and outspoken antisemite. Correspondence, speeches, oral history transcript, memoranda and other materials detailing his criticism of America's participation in World War II, his Michigan senatorial race in 1942, his campaign for the presidency in 1944, his opposition to the spread of communism after the war, and his support of conservative Christian causes and right wing individuals and organizations; and photographs. Portraits of Smith and his wife, Elna Smith; photographs of meetings and conventions of the America First Party, of picketing and other political activity in support of Smith and his platform, and of Smith's associates and supporters; also photographs and portraits of celebrities, buildings, and activities, which Smith collected, probably for use in his publication, The Cross and the Flag.
|Smith, Gordon W. / [1918-1919]||
Title: Gordon W. Smith diary
Extent: 1 v.
Abstract: Member of Co. D, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes daily account of his activites as a member of the expeditionary force; also includes maps, clippings, and roster of Co. D, 339th Infantry, United States Army.
|Smith, Hazel Littlefield / [ca. 1830s-1979]||
Title: Hazel Littlefield Smith Papers
Extent: 5.3 linear feet
Abstract: Resident in China from Farwell, Michigan; papers concern her family life in Farwell, and missionary activities; include letters, diaries, and accounts of father, Josiah L. Littlefield, Farwell lumber dealer and visitor to China, 1916-1917; letters, 1918-1928, of husband, Dr. Dennis V. Smith, medical missionary to China, describing in part Chinese politics and civil war, 1918-1920; letters and other papers of Hazel Littlefield Smith, including materials concerning various European travels, and manuscripts of writings about Irish author Lord Dunsany, her father, and Farwell, Michigan; and photographs. Other correspondents of Hazel Smith include world-renowed scientists (Edwin Hubble and William Beebe), from Chinese Princess Der Ling, and from distinguished European writers and actors (Pierre LaMure, Selma Lagerlof, Brian Aherne, and Ronald Colman).
|Smith, Hinchman and Grylls, inc. / [ 1908-1928, 1936-1937]||
Smith, Hinchman and Grylls architectural drawings
Extent: 211 architectural drawings (in 4 oversize folders) and 1 oversize tube
Abstract: Architectural and engineering firm established in 1853 and headquartered in Detroit, Mich. with offices throughout the United States. Collection contains architectural drawings of five Michigan projects located in Ann Arbor, Detroit, and Flint.
|Smith, Ira Melville, 1885-1977. / [1919-1969]||
Title: Ira M. Smith Papers
Extent: 19 linear ft.
Abstract: Registrar of the University of Michigan. Files concerning University admissions policy, the work of the registrar as liaison between the University and secondary schools, the relationship of the University to other educational associations, and the maintenance of student records at the University; and files relating to his work with University, community, and other social organizations; also photographs.
|Smith, James Fairbairn. / [ 1924 and 1945-1975 ]||
James Fairbairn Smith papers
1924 and 1945-1975
Extent: 2 linear feet.
|Smith, Otis Milton, 1922-1993. / [1949-1993]||
Title: Otis M. Smith Papers
1949-1993 bulk 1957-1971
Extent: 3.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Attorney, Michigan state official, justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, 1961-1966, member of the University of Michigan Board of Regents, 1967-1971, general counsel and vice president of the General Motors Corporation. Series consist of Personal which includes biographical information and photographs; Speeches (1963-1992); Michigan Public Service Commission files (1957-1959); Auditor General files (1959-1961); General Motors Corporation files (1967-1969); University of Michigan Board of Regents files (1967-1971) which documents in part the Black Action Movement, the controversy over the role of R.O.T.C., and other issues involving the administration of the university; campaign files (1966-1968); and Michigan Supreme Court files (1961-1966).
|Smith, Raymond J., 1928- / [1960-1975]||
Title: Raymond J. Smit Papers
Extent: 19 linear ft.
Abstract: Republican member of the Michigan House of Representatives. Legislative files, 1967-1974, concerning in part his interest in water pollution legislation; political files concerning election campaigns, and involvement in Ann Arbor and Washtenaw County, Michigan, Republican Party activities; and photographs.
|Smith, Roberta Holland. / [ ca. 1900-ca. 2000 ]||
Roberta Holland Smith papers
ca. 1900-ca. 2000
Extent: 0.6 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
|Smith, Shirley Wheeler, 1875-1959. / [ 1881-1959 ]||
Shirley Wheeler Smith Papers
Extent: 15 linear ft. and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Vice-president and secretary of the University of Michigan; correspondence; research materials for his biographies of university presidents; files relating to activities on the Ann Arbor City Council; course notes from classes at the University of Michigan; and photographs.
|Smith, Talbot. / [ 1918-1978 ]||
Talbot Smith papers
Extent: 46.3 linear feet
Abstract: Lawyer, teacher, jurist, justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, and the U.S. Court of Appeals. Correspondence, speeches, case files, and research materials; also photographs.
|Smith, Warren Lounsbury, 1914-1972. / [ 1940-1972 ]||
Warren Lounsbury Smith papers
Extent: 13 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of economics at University of Michigan, member of the President's Council of Economic Advisors, 1968-1969. Professional files, manuscripts of writings, notebooks of lecture notes, and other materials relating to the Council of Economic Advisors; and photographs.
|Smyser family / [ 1889-1984 ]||
Smyser family papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: M. M. and Carme H. Smyser were teachers and missionaries to Japan. The collection includes correspondence, diaries, financial and other notebooks relating to mission activities, and photographs.