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St. Alban's Episcopal Church (Highland Park, Mich.) Title: St. Alban's Episcopal Church, Highland Park, Mich., Records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Church established in 1908 and disbanded in 1976 because of declining membership. Vestry meeting minutes, 1909-1976; registry of church services, 1943-1976; volume containing photographs, clippings, and published materials, 1925-1943 (scattered dates); and registers (1907-1976) of baptisms, burials, marriages, and communicants
St. Alfred's Episcopal Church (Oxford, Mich.) Title: St. Alfred's Episcopal Church, Oxford, Michigan, records
Extent: 2.3 linear feet
Abstract: Administrative files, bishop's committee meeting minutes, correspondence, church financial records.
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Title: St. Andrew's Episcopal Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records
Extent: 19.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan Episcopal Church; vestry and parish records, liturgical materials, Christian service and educational materials, administrative records, printed material, and photographs.
St. Andrew's Memorial Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Andrew's Memorial Episcopal Church, Detroit, Mich., Records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Historical and other background information; vestry records include correspondence, meeting minutes, reports, registers of church services, and other subject files; records of church organizations; files pertaining to church camp and special church services; printed materials, and photographs.
St. Andrew’s Church (Saginaw, Mich.) Title: St. Andrew’s Church (Saginaw, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 microfilms
Abstract: Baptismal, marriage, death, and communion and confirmation records.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Clawson, Mich.) Title: St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Clawson, Mich.) records
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: The records of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church (Clawson, Mich.) document the history of the church from its beginning in 1951 to its closing in 2011. Records include church registers, parish directories, bulletins, newsletters, photographs, and other administrative records.
St. Antoine, Theodore J. Title: Theodore J. St. Antoine Papers
Extent: 14 linear feet
Abstract: Theodore St. Antoine, currently James E. and Sarah A. Degan Professor Emeritus of Law, has been an acknowledged expert in labor relations law since the late 1960s, and is a practicing labor arbitrator. He has also distinguished himself with a full service record, participating in and leading numerous committees, councils and other organizations in the labor law field as well as at the University of Michigan, including guiding the Law School as Dean from 1971 through 1978. The papers document the academic and public service aspects of St. Antoine's law career, from 1966 through 1993. The files are divided into four series: Arbitration Case Files; Articles, Speeches, Appearances and Conferences; Correspondence; and Public Service/Committee Work.
St. Aubin, Wilfrid de, 1902-1980 Title: Wilfrid de St. Aubin Papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Executive with the American Red Cross. Correspondence, diaries, reports, memoranda, and other materials relating to relief and refugee work during World War II in Italy, France, and Germany (Buchenwald), his work in re-establishing Red Cross societies in Austria, Hungary, and the Middle East after the war, and his survey of humanitarian problems resulting from the Palestinian conflict, 1948.
St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Title: St. Clare of Assisi Episcopal Church, Ann Arbor, Mich., Records
Extent: 3.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan Episcopal Church; The record group includes administrative files; newsletters; clippings, and visual materials.
St. Columba Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Columba Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: St. Columba's Episcopal Church in Detroit, Michigan was established in 1913 as a mission extension of Old Christ Church, was incorporated, and continued functioning until 2003. The records group includes administrative records, vestry records, official church registers, and information on church activities.
St. David’s Episcopal Church (Garden City, Mich.) Title: St. David’s Episcopal Church (Garden City, Mich.) records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Episcopal church established in Garden City, Michigan, March 1955. The church disbanded in May 2005 due to dwindling attendance. The church was briefly reformed as the Journey of Faith church. The record group contains records documenting the parish's admission to the Diocese of Michigan, records supporting anniversary celebrations, vestry meeting minutes, financial reports, vestry handbooks, annual reports, parochial reports, a ten-year statistical report (1992-2002), loan and grant documentation, calling committee correspondence and reports, nursery school teacher contracts, ministry team records, Trike-a-thon documentation, parish directories and a membership card catalog. There are also church registers detailing baptisms, marriages, burials, communicants, and similar information, and registers of church services with attendance information. The records have been arranged into the following series: History; Vestry Meeting Minutes and Financial Reports; Administration; Membership; Parish registers; and Registers of Services.
St. George’s Episcopal Church (Warren, Mich.) Title: St. George’s Episcopal Church (Warren, Mich.) records
Extent: 1.75 linear feet
Abstract: St. George Episcopal Church of Warren, Michigan, member of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, operated from 1927 to 2007. Papers include a complete record of baptisms, burials, confirmations, marriages, and vestry minutes.
St. Hilda’s Episcopal Church (River Rouge, Mich.) Title: St. Hilda’s Episcopal Church (River Rouge, Mich.) records
Extent: 5 linear feet
St. James Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. James Episcopal Church, Detroit, Mich., records
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Church located in the Brightmoor area of Detroit, Michigan. Vestry meeting minutes; administrative files; registers of services; registers of baptisms, burials, marriages, etc.; records of different church organizations; bulletins of special church services; yearly files of collected clippings, photos, and other materials regarding church activities.
St. John’s Episcopal Church (Temperance, Mich.) Title: St. John’s Episcopal Church, Temperance, Mich. records
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: St. John’s Episcopal Church was established in 1963 in Temperance, MI. The church closed in 1997 due to dwindling membership. The records contain meeting minutes, photographs, financial reports, correspondence, and membership and church activity records.
St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Ypsilanti, Mich.) Title: St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Ypsilanti, Mich.) records
Extent: 9 linear feet
Abstract: Records of vestry and congregational meetings; parish registers, records of women's guild and women's auxiliary; and treasurer's record book.
St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (Hazel Park, Mich.) Title: St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church (Hazel Park, Mich.) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: St. Margaret’s Episcopal Church of Hazel Park, Michigan, member of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, operated from 1927 to 2007; registers of baptisms, burials, confirmations, marriages; and vestry minutes.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich. : 1927-) Title: St. Mark's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich. : 1927-) Records
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Episcopal church located in the Seven Mile-Gratiot area of Detroit. Registers of baptisms, confirmations, marriages, burials, etc.; registers of church services; vestry minute books; records of church organizations; historical information; subject files; and photographs.
St. Mary Student Parish (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Title: St. Mary Student Parish (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Records
Extent: 10.5 linear feet
Abstract: Catholic chapel (later parish) ministering largely to University of Michigan students. Council minutes, correspondence, topical files, chapel bulletins, and financial records; also files relating to the Gabriel Richard Foundation, and the Newman Club; and photographs.
St. Matthew's and St. Joseph's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Matthew's and St. Joseph's Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Records
Extent: 14 linear feet
Abstract: Church formed in 1971 from the merger of two Detroit, Michigan, Episcopal parishes. Records include historical and informational files; vestry minutes and treasurer's records; records of church organizations; publications and church bulletins; subject files; scrapbooks; and photographs.
St. Matthew's Episcopal Church (Sparta, Mich.) Title: St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Sparta, Mich., records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Saint Matthew's Episcopal Church, located in Sparta, MI, was established 1955 and disbanded in 2003. The record group contains annual reports, bulletins, clergy reports, correspondence, financial records, meeting minutes, newsletters, and various administrative documents.
St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (Flat Rock, Mich.) Title: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church (Flat Rock, Mich.) records
Extent: 1.25 linear feet
Abstract: St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church of Flat Rock, Michigan, member of the Episcopal Diocese of Michigan, was formed as a result of the unification of the Church of the Holy Family of East Rockwood and St. Timothy’s of Flat Rock and operated from 1971 to 2001; registers of baptisms, burials, confirmations, and marriages, and other organizational records.
St. Matthias' Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Matthias Episcopal Church, Detroit, Mich., Records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Episcopal church located in Detroit, Michigan. Sacramental records including baptismal, marriage, and burial registers; registers of confirmations and communicants; vestry minutes; and photographs.
St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Paul African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church, Detroit, Mich., Records
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Correspondence, administrative files, Sunday bulletins, and topical files relating to the activities of the church and its pastors, most notably William Hilliard and William C. Ardrey.
St. Paul United Church of Christ (Lansing, Mich.) Title: St. Paul United Church of Christ (Lansing, Mich.) records
Extent: 6.3 linear feet
Abstract: Church in Lansing, Michigan, founded in 1886 and dissolved in 1998. Record group includes the following series: history, membership, property, administration, bulletins and newsletters, women's organizations, Sunday School, and photographs.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Grand Rapids, Mich.) Title: St. Paul’s Episcopal Church (Grand Rapids, Mich.) records
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Episcopal church established in 1869 and defunct as of 2005. The record group includes registers of baptisms, marriages, burials, etc.; vestry minute books; historical and background information; and topical files.
St. Peter's Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Peter's Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church (Detroit, Mich.) records
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Histories, minutes of meetings, treasurer's reports and minutes; records of youth and women's organizations; and yearbooks and church newspaper.
St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Plymouth, Mich.) Title: St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church (Plymouth, Mich.) records
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Church organized in Plymouth, Michigan in 1856; congregational minute books, 1856-1947; board of stewardship minute books, 1959-1967; announcement books, 1931-1960; subject files relating to the church's history, its administration, buildings, pastors, and activities; church publications; visual materials; and sound recordings.
St. Philip’s and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Philip’s and St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) records
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: St. Philip's and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church was formed in 1917 with the merger of St. Philip's (begun in 1886) and St. Stephen's (organized in 1869). The church closed in 2009. The records of St. Philip's and St. Stephen's Episcopal Church include records of St. Stephen's Church (1869-1917), records of St. Philip's Church (1886-1917), and records of the merged church (1917-2008).
St. Thomas Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Detroit, Mich., Records
Extent: 3 linear feet (in 5 boxes)
Abstract: Church established as mission Sunday School in 1884 and disbanded in 1988 because of declining membership. Registers of baptisms, marriages, burials and communicants; registers of church services; vestry minutes, annual parish meeting minutes, bishop's committee minutes, correspondence, budgets and treasurer's annual reports, and photograph albums.
St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Title: St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: St. Thomas Evangelical Lutheran Church, founded in 1842 in Freedom Township, near Ann Arbor, Michigan; record group includes church registers, financial records, administrative materials, and other subject files.
St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: St. Timothy’s Episcopal Church, Detroit, Mich., records
Extent: 7 linear feet
Stace, Arthur W. (Arthur William), 1875-1950 Title: Arthur W. Stace papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Newspaperman, editor of the Ann Arbor News. Correspondence, reports, photographs, and other materials largely concerning his newspaper career with Booth Newspapers, Inc.
Stack, Jack M. Title: Jack M. Stack papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Physician, proponent of abortion law reform; correspondence and other papers relating to his efforts to enact abortion reform.
Staebler, Donald G. Title: Donald G. Staebler papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: Donald G. Staebler was a farmer who worked on the Staebler Family Farm in Dixboro, Michigan. Staebler collected and preserved historical documents relating to the Staebler family. He used these records to write a history of the farm. The collection includes scrapbooks of photographs, correspondence, and other materials related to the family. Also included are Staebler's written notes and drafts of the farm's history.
Staebler, Edward William, 1872-1946 Title: Edward William Staebler papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan businessman and Democratic mayor of the city, 1927-1931. Mayoralty files; papers, 1922-1926, concerning the Ann Arbor Board of Education; also papers, 1922-1952, of Staebler and Son, automobile dealership.
Staebler, Michael, 1843-1928 Title: Michael Staebler Papers
Extent: 13.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan businessman, dealer in coal, farm machinery, bicycles, and automobiles; correspondence, letterbooks, and various record books of Ann Arbor business/enterprises owned and established by Michael Staebler and his family including Staebler and Elmer, Michael Staebler and Son, and Staebler and Sons.
Staebler, Neil, 1905- Title: Neil Staebler papers
Extent: 319.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, businessman and attorney, chairman of the Michigan Democratic Party State Central Committee, U. S. Congressman-at-large, 1963-1964, gubernatorial candidate in 1964, member of the U. S. Federal Election Commission, 1975-1978. Chronological, congressional and topical files relating to political and personal activities; include political files detailing state election campaigns 1948-1964, particularly the campaigns of G. Mennen Williams and John B. Swainson; also photographs and transcript of oral interview, 1979.
Stanczyk, Benjamin C. (Benjamin Conrad), 1915- Title: Benjamin C. Stanczyk papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Judge of Common Pleas. Correspondence and other materials relating to politics and to Polish-American interests.
Stanley, Albert A. (Albert Augustus), 1851-1932 Title: Albert A. Stanley papers
Extent: 3 linear feet (in 4 boxes)
Abstract: Professor of music and director of the University Musical Society at University of Michigan. Correspondence, articles, lectures, speeches, autobiography, and photographs.
Starr, Floyd Elliot, 1883-1980 Title: Floyd Starr papers
Extent: 4 microfilms
Abstract: Founder and president of the Starr Commonwealth for Boys in Albion, Michigan. The scrapbooks contain clippings, articles, and other printed matter relating to the work of Starr Commonwealth and the activities of its boys. There are also scattered original photographs.
Starr, Raymond Wesley, 1888-1968 Title: Raymond Wesley Starr papers
Extent: 11 linear feet
Abstract: Grand Rapids, Michigan attorney, state attorney general, 1937-1938, associate justice and chief justice of the Michigan Supreme Court, U.S. District Court Judge for the Western District of Michigan. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, and business and professional papers, including material, 1950-1968, relating to his interest in Ferris State College, Big Rapids, Michigan; and photographs.
Stasheff, Edward, 1909- Title: Edward Stasheff papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Educational television broadcaster, professor of speech at the University of Michigan, 1952-1977. Professional activities series consisting of biographical information, correspondence, course material, and files relating to book on speech; and series of scripts of plays, musicals, and television productions in which Stasheff was involved.
Stason, E. Blythe (Edwin Blythe), 1891-1972 Title: E. Blythe Stason Papers
Extent: 22 linear feet
Abstract: University of Michigan law professor and dean of the law school, member of numerous governmental and professional organizations; organizational and subject files.
Ste. Anne’s Church (Detroit, Mich.) Title: Ste. Anne’s Church (Detroit, Mich.) registers
Extent: 3 microfilms
Abstract: Church registers, baptismal records, and death and marriage records dating from 1704 to 1842.
Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments. Title: Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments records
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Records, 1897-1921,of the Stearns Collection of Musical Instruments of the University of Michigan; include correspondence and other papers relating to the development of the collection; also scrapbooks,1890's,containing illustrations of musical instruments. Correspondents include: Francis W. Kelsey, Albert A. Stanley, Frederick Stearns, Frederick Kimball Stearns, George R. Swain, Levi D. Wines, and Dean C. Worcester.
Stearns Salt and Lumber Company (Ludington, Mich.) Title: Stearns Salt and Lumber Company Records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Ludington, Michigan, business firm established by Justus S. Stearns. Topical files relating to business interests, including papers concerning their conviction on charges of receiving illegal refunds from the Pere Marquette Railroad, and relating to the sale of their property in L'Anse to the Ford Motor Company; and also microfilm of records of business operations at Ludington and one of their subsidiary firms at Bennett in Lake County, Michigan.
Steeh, George C. Title: George C. Steeh papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: Law student at University of Michigan; administrative assistant to Michigan Democratic State Senator John T. Bowman. Legislative log recounting debate over Congressional reapportionment in the Michigan Legislature; case study entitled, "Congressional Redistricting in Michigan After the 1970 Decennial Census"; and letter received by John Bowman on the subject of cross-district busing.
Steeh, George C., 1919- Title: George C. Steeh Papers
Extent: 1.75 linear feet
Abstract: Democratic state legislator from Macomb County, a member both of the House and the Senate, later appointed Macomb County District Court Judge. The collection includes biographical information, legislative files and reference materials, campaign files, constituent correspondence, and miscellaneous court opinions and orders.
Steere, Joseph Beal, 1842-1940 Title: Joseph Beal Steere Papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Naturalist, professor of zoology and paleontology at the University of Michigan. Autobiography and biographical material; correspondence, diaries and travelogues, and writings concerning in part his collecting expeditions for the University Museum to South America, China, the Philippines, and other parts of the Far East; also papers reflecting his thoughts on science, religion, philosophy and evolution; and photographs.
Stein, Eric. Title: Eric Stein Papers
Extent: 44 linear feet (in 45 boxes)
Abstract: Professor at the University of Michigan Law School. Specialized in International Law, having served in the U.S. Department of State. Stein was born in the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic in 1913. The bulk of the Eric Stein collection relates to his research and writings, and his career as a law professor at the University of Michigan. The papers, dated from 1933 through 2012, have been arranged topically into eight series: Biographical, Ford Foundation, Correspondence, Courses, Topical Files, Writings, Czech Constitution, and Research Materials.
Steinberg, Lawrence N., 1905- Title: Lawrence N. Steinberg papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: Career labor organizer; president of Ohio local of the Teamster Union, later appointed personal representative of the general president of the Union, Dave Beck and James Hoffa. The collection includes photographs, scrapbooks, and personal materials.
Stella, Frank D. Title: Frank D. Stella papers
Extent: 49 linear feet (in 51 boxes)
Abstract: Detroit businessman, active in many civic and philanthropic activities, a founder and president of the National Italian American Foundation and a founding director of Legatus, an organization of Catholic business leaders. The Frank D. Stella collection documents the career of a Detroit businessman, who devoted much of his time and energy to many philanthropic, cultural, and civic endeavors. The collection consists of his files from a selection of his organizational responsibilities relating to Italian American organizations and causes, to state and national Republican Party fund raising and campaigns, to Roman Catholic schools and organizations, and to the betterment of life (cultural, health services, etc.) of the greater Detroit area.
Stempel, Robert C. (Robert Carl), 1933-2011 Title: Robert C. Stempel papers
Extent: 56 linear feet
Abstract: Designer and automotive engineer with the General Motors Corporation; he later assumed increasing responsibilities within the company as president and chief operating officer and then chairman and chief executive officer. After leaving GM, he became chairman of Energy Conversion Devices (ECD). The Stempel collection documents his work with GMC and ECD and includes minutes of meetings, company memoranda and correspondence, speeches and other various presentations, publications, and photographs and other visual materials. Portions of the collection relate to other business and public service affiliations.
Stempfle, Gregory. Title: Gregory Stempfle papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Gregory Stempfle is an active member of both the Libertarian Party of Michigan (LPM), as well as the Libertarian Party of Wayne County local affiliate. The collection contains various newsletters, convention packets, leadership directories, a scrapbook, and other materials.
Steneck, Nicholas H. Title: Nicholas H. Steneck papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of Nicholas Steneck, University of Michigan history professor. Contains materials on programs, projects, committees, and task forces Steneck was involved in as well as course materials. The collection reveals interests in the history of science, ethics and values in science, research integrity, and the history of the University of Michigan.
Stephenson, James E., 1926- Title: James E. Stephenson Papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Stevens, Wystan. Title: Wystan Stevens papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, local historian; collector of leaflets and photographs on local history topics.
Stevenson, Charles L. (Charles Leslie), 1908-1979 Title: Charles L. Stevenson papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: Papers, 1925-1979, of Charles L. Stevenson, professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan, and his wife, Louise Destler Stevenson. Correspondence with philosophers George E. Moore and Ludwig Wittgenstein; Stevenson-Destler courtship letters; student letters from Yale in the 1920's; also manuscripts and lecture notes on philosophy; diaries of Louise Stevenson; draft of her novel; and sermon books 1841, 1845-1846 of his great grandfather, the Rev. Isaac D. Williamson, New York state clergyman.
Stewart family. Title: Stewart family papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of R. R. Stewart, United Presbyterian missionary in India and adjunct research investigator of the University of Michigan Herbarium, and papers of his wife, Hladia Porter Stewart, educator at Kinnaird College in Lahore and later Gordon College in Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Reminiscences and other autobiographical writings, correspondence, diary, articles concerning flora of India and Pakistan, and files relating to teaching and missionary work of R. R. Stewart; also letters, memoirs and poetry of Hladia Porter Stewart; and photographs
Stewart family. Title: Stewart, Van Akin and Seymour Family papers
Extent: 1.25 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Papers of the Stewart, Van Akin, and Seymour families, of Flint, Michigan. Includes correspondence, genealogies, newspaper clippings, family memorabilia and photographs.
Stewart Howe Alumni Service of Michigan. Title: Stewart Howe Alumni Service of Michigan records
Extent: 1.3 linear feet
Abstract: Organization concerned with the administration of fraternity and sorority publications, fund raising, and membership solicitation. Topical files, newsletters, and general correspondence.
Stewart, Donald C. Title: Donald C. Stewart collection of research materials on Fred Newton Scott
Extent: 5.2 linear feet
Stewart, Mary. Title: Mary Stewart papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Mary Stewart served as an events coordinator at the University of Michigan Union from 1974-2015. Stewart's role evolved into a sympathetic mentor and resource for minority students and student athletes within the University. The records consists of photographs, correspondence, and news articles relating to Stewart's time at the University.
Stiles, John R. Title: John R. Stiles papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Grand Rapids, Michigan, businessman and Republican campaign official. Correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings and campaign materials concerning the Warren Commission's investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the writing of the book, Portrait of the Assassin with Gerald Ford, and his activities as campaign manager for Paul Bagwell for governor in 1958, and as field director of the Richard Nixon for President campaign in 1960.
Stillman, Sara. Title: Sara Stillman negatives
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Sara Stillman was a photographer for the Michigan Daily from 1995 to 1998. The majority of the collection consists of 35mm negatives of University of Michigan athletics, particularly football and basketball, as well as other University of Michigan and Ann Arbor events.
Stockton, Ronald R. Title: Ronald R. Stockton papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 3 boxes)
Stockton, Thomas R. Title: Thomas R. Stockton papers
Extent: 7.3 linear feet (including oversize)
Abstract: Thomas Stockton (1921-2012) was the manager of Ford Powertrain and Driveline Research at Ford Motor Company. This collection features many of his work papers and diagrams mainly relating to turbine and rotary engine research during his time at Ford, more general Ford documents (ex. Service manuals, project plans, in-company communications, etc.), his various patents and invention disclosures, as well as documents and photographs relating to his time as an officer of the Early Engines Club and a member of the North American Model Engineering Society.
Stone Family. Title: Stone-McCalmont Family Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Macomb County and Kalamazoo, Michigan, family. Papers of Addison Ray Stone, graduate of the University of Michigan Medical School, later assistant surgeon in the 5th Michigan Cavalry during the Civil War, including medical school theses and notes and letters to his wife during the war; papers of William A. Stone, physician concerned with mental illness, assistant superintendent of the Michigan State Hospital for the Insane at Kalamazoo; papers of Dr. Harriette Stone, assistant physician at the State Hospital, containing letters from her father, Samuel P. McCalmont, Republican legislator from Pennsylvania, later founder of that state's Prohibition Party; papers of William A. Stone, Jr., and other members of Stone, McCalmont, Osborn, and Keeler families; and photographs.
Stone, Ralph, 1868-1956 Title: Ralph Stone papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit banker, alumnus and regent of the University of Michigan; contain correspondence and other papers largely concerning University affairs, including athletics, the Development Council, alumni activities, regental affairs; also papers concerning Detroit city government, Detroit Street Railways, affairs of the Alien Property Custodian in World War I, recollections of University life in 1890's,articles on Hazen S. Pingree and Chase S. Osborn; also scrapbooks, speeches, manuscripts, and genealogical material.
Stoneman, William Harlan, 1904- Title: William Harlan Stoneman papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Foreign correspondent with the Chicago Daily News; correspondence, photographs, and scrapbooks of his news articles.
Stoner, Claude Thomas. Title: Claude Thomas Stoner Photographs and Papers
Extent: 9 linear feet (in 13 boxes)
Abstract: Dexter, Michigan, collector of materials relating to the history of railroading in Michigan. Correspondence, subject files, printed matter and photographs; contain material concerning the Ann Arbor Railroad, the Grand Trunk Western Railroad, the Manistee and Northeastern Railway Company, the Michigan Central Railroad, the Pere Marquette Railroad, and Ephraim Shay.
Stoner, George W. Title: George W. Stoner papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: 1st Lieutenant, Co. M., 339th Infantry, sent to northern Russia at the end of World War I. Diary (with transcription) describing war-time activities, 1917-1919; scrapbook of clippings from Detroit and Toledo newspapers describing the "Polar Bear" expedition; orders received; photographs; and CD-ROMs of selected items.
Storms, Roger C. (Roger Clair), 1939- Title: Roger C. Storms Papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Prohibition activist and historian; correspondence and other materials relating to his work with various prohibition organizations and associated issues.
Stowe, Leland, 1899- Title: Leland Stowe papers
Extent: 1.7 linear feet
Abstract: Journalist, free-lance writer, radio commentator, and professor of journalism, University of Michigan, 1956-1969. The collection contains copies of newspaper clippings, correspondence, articles by and about Stowe, and photographs of Stowe and his wife. The materials document Stowe's coverage of the Spanish Civil War and the resulting FBI surveillance of him, his coverage of World War II, his work for Reader's Digest, and his career as a University of Michigan journalism professor. The collection also includes poetry and biographical prose by Stowe.
Strodtman, Linda K. Title: Linda Kay Tanner Strodtman papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Assistant professor of nursing and clinical nurse specialist at the University of Michigan. Subject files relating to her professional activities; and photographs.
Student Advocacy Center of Michigan. Title: Student Advocacy Center of Michigan records
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: The Students Advocacy Center of Michigan (SAC), established in 1975 in Ann Arbor, was the only organization in Michigan, providing non-legal advocacy to students and their parents who were eligible for general and special public education programs. SAC was involved in numerous controversies involving public school policies and practices. Ruth Zweifler, founding member and director, led SAC and built a statewide presence through activism for students and parents. The record group includes administrative files and other subject files of executive director Ruth Zweifler documenting the Center's advocacy programs, its management and funding sources; includes clippings relating to the Center's support in 1979 of Ann Arbor teachers having training in Black English.
Studley, William Sprague, 1823-1893 Title: William Sprague Studley papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Sturgis, Sam, collector Title: Sam Sturgis photograph collection
Extent: 10 linear feet (11 boxes including 1 oversize box)
Abstract: Photographs collected by Sam Sturgis and Hazel Proctor of Ann Arbor, Michigan; including businesses, street scenes, buildings, people, and activities in Ann Arbor, Brighton, Chelsea, Dexter, Dixboro, Manchester, Saline, and Ypsilanti, Michigan. (Copy negatives and copy prints.)