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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Taggart, Herbert F. (Herbert Francis), 1898- / [ 1934-1980 ]||
Herbert F. Taggart papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of accounting in the School of Business Administration of the University of Michigan. Files relating to his testimony and writings on cost accounting cases tried before the Federal Trade Commission under the provisions of the Robinson-Patman Price Discrimination Act; also miscellaneous accounting reports, articles and studies.
|Tanner, Andrew W. / [1894-1909]||
Title: Andrew W. Tanner Photographs
Extent: 15 linear feet (including ca. 280 glass plate negatives and 2 videotapes)
Abstract: Andrew Tanner was photographer, born in Missouri, who traveled about the United States. He lived for a time in Ann Arbor, Michigan and on Coryell Island (part of the Les Cheneaux Islands) in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The collection consists of glass plate negatives of images taken while in different parts of the United States and Mexico.
|Tanner, Helen Hornbeck / [ 1930s-2009 ]||
Helen Hornbeck Tanner papers
Extent: 14 linear feet
Abstract: Historian of American Indian history and literature, research associate at the Newberry Library, secretary of the Michigan Commission on Indian Affairs, and expert witness in legal cases involving Indian treaty rights. The collection contains correspondence, reports, clippings, and printed material concerning work of the Commission and status of Indians in Michigan; also depositions and other documents in the case of United States v. Michigan, landmark Indian fishing rights case.
|Tanton, John, 1934- / [1960-2007]||
Title: John Tanton Papers
Extent: 25 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Environmental, population control, and immigration reform advocate; organization and litigation files relating to his various interests and activities; includes correspondence, legal documents, memos, topical files, and miscellaneous photographs.
|Tappan, Henry Philip, 1805-1881. / [ 1840-1936 ]||
Henry Philip Tappan papers
Extent: 1 linear foot (in 3 boxes) and 2 oversize folders
Abstract: First president of University of Michigan. Correspondence, essays, sermons, lectures, poetry, and photographs.
|Tapping, Theodore Hawley, 1889-1969. / [ 1909-1916 and 1937-1961 ]||
Theodore Hawley Tapping papers
1909-1916 and 1937-1961
Extent: 2.3 linear feet and 1 oversize volume.
Abstract: Secretary of University of Michigan Alumni Association; correspondence, scrapbooks, and photographs.
|Taratsas, Euline McCorkle, 1936-2001. / [1951-2001]||
Title: Euline McCorkle Taratsas Papers
1951-2001 bulk 1972-1993
Extent: 1.0 linear feet, 1 oversized box and 1 oversized box
Abstract: A polio survivor, Taratsas worked on behalf of people with disabilities and contributed to many advocacy organizations, particularly the National Association for the Physically Handicapped, the Physically Impaired Association of Michigan, and the Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living. Biographical/personal materials includes interview, correspondence, and photographs; files relating to her organizational affiliations; subject files pertaining to her advocacy work; and collected scrapbooks of photographs and memorabilia of polio survivors at University Hospital of the University of Michigan, 1951-1964.
|Tashian, Jeanne. / [ 1970-1973 ]||
Jeanne Tashian papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Teacher, writer, member of feminist organizations. Materials relating to her involvement with the University of Michigan Commission for Women, Ann Arbor Focus on Equal Opportunity for Women, PROBE into the Status of Women at The University of Michigan, and the Ad Hoc Committee Concerned That President Fleming Does Not Meet With Women.
|Tau Beta Pi. Gamma Chapter (University of Michigan). / [ 1906-2008 ]||
Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Chapter (University of Michigan) records, 1906-1978
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: University of Michigan chapter (established 1906) of the national engineering honorary fraternity; organizational records, including minutes of meetings, correspondence, accounting ledgers, national convention material, newsletters, and yearbooks documenting chapter activities and projects.
|Tau Sigma Delta. Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan) / [ 1943-1989 ]||
Tau Sigma Delta. Alpha Chapter (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Architecture and allied arts honorary fraternity organized in 1913 at the University of Michigan. Michigan chapter and national chapter records including bylaws, correspondence, membership records, manuals and treasurer's records.
|Taubman Medical Libray / [ 1966-1980 ]||
Taubman Medical Libray records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Records, 1966-1980, related to the planning and construction of the Taubman Medical Library, which is located in the University of Michigan's Medical Center area and serves the University's Medical and Health Information communities.
|Taubman, A. Alfred. / [ 1950-2011 ]||
A. Alfred Taubman papers
Extent: ca. 220 linear feet (in 245 boxes), 3 tubes, 20 oversize volumes, and 12 display panels.
Abstract: A. Alfred Taubman is an entrepreneur, real estate developer and philanthropist. The Taubman collection consists of business and personal records documenting his development of retail and mixed-use real estate projects, his role as a leader in the real estate industry in Michigan and nationally, his transformation of Sotheby’s, his investments and business interests, his contributions to the arts, to American educational institutions, and to the city of Detroit.
|Taubman, Samuel, 1915-2004. / [ 1932-2000 ]||
Samuel Taubman papers
Extent: 6 linear feet, 1 oversize box, 13 tubes of drawings, and 1 model
Abstract: Samuel Taubman was a 1940 University of Michigan graduate of aeronautical engineering. He served as a ground school instructor for the Civil Aeronautics Administration Aviation Ground School, worked as an engineer for Lockheed Aircraft Corporation, and later owned the National Shower Manufacturing Company in Detroit and a plant in Florida. He applied his knowledge of aircraft construction, inventing civilian products using aircraft aluminum, most notably for shower door design and manufacture. His papers include his engineering work at the University of Michigan and Lockheed, his teaching materials from Aviation Ground School, patents, designs, and photographs of his shower door designs as well as journals and drawings.
|Taxpayers United Federation. / [1973-1994]||
Title: Taxpayers United Federation Records
Extent: 6 linear ft.
Abstract: Records of Taxpayers United Federation (and the two organizations from which it was formed, Taxpayers Federation of Michigan, and Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation), both organizations concerned with state tax limitation ballot proposals. Board of Director's and president's files, correspondence, clippings, photographs, videotapes, newsletters and other organizational records; contain material concerning ballot drives in 1976, 1978, and 1980.
|Taylor family. / [ 1827-1908 ]||
Taylor family papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Albion, Michigan, family. Papers of Barton Stout Taylor, Methodist clergyman; diaries of his wife, Elizabeth Gurney Taylor, detailing her everyday activities; papers of Ralph Wendell Taylor, alumnus of University of Michigan and teacher in the Philippine Islands, 1901-1908; and other family materials.
|Taylor, F.M. (Fred Manville), 1855-1932. / [1878-1949]||
Title: F.M. Taylor Papers
Extent: 0.8 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor at Albion College, later professor of political economy at University of Michigan. Correspondence, manuscript articles and lecture notes largely relating to his interest in economics and political science.
|Taylor, Hobart, 1920-1981. / [1961-1981]||
Title: Hobart Taylor, Jr. Papers
Extent: 23.1 linear ft. (25 boxes)
Abstract: Attorney and businessman, associate counsel to President Lyndon Johnson, later director of the Export-Import Bank; correspondence, speeches, and oral history interviews; files relating to his work with Plans for Progress, a voluntary asssociation of business and industry working to promote equal employment opportunities; his work on the President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunities, the NAACP, the Commandant of the Marine Corps' Advisory Committee for Minority Affairs; topical files relating to Democratic politics in the 1960s, and his work with Johnson and Vice-President Hubert Humphrey; and photographs.
|Taylor, Orla Benedict, 1865-1945. / [ 1831-1943 ]||
Orla Benedict Taylor papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan lawyer and banker, and alumnus of University of Michigan. Correspondence, essays, and newspaper clippings concerning the Detroit banking crisis of 1933; and biographical and genealogical information on the Church, Benedict and Mahon families; also photographs.
|Taylor, S. Vern (Seneca Vern), 1887-1969. / [ 1833 and ca. 1860-1914 ]||
S. Vern Taylor papers
1833 and ca. 1860-1914
Extent: 1 linear foot and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Graduate of the College of Engineering of the University of Michigan in the class of 1911, later Detroit businessman. Papers and photographs relating to student life and activities.
|Taylor, William Randolph, 1895- / [1918-1980]||
Title: William Randolph Taylor Papers
Extent: 7.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of botany at University of Michigan, curator of algae at the University Herbarium, and biologist with the atomic bomb test program in Marshall Islands in 1946. Correspondence and other papers relating to his scientific interests and activities.