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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Todd Family / [ 1862-1980 ]||
Todd Family Papers
Extent: 3.4 linear ft. and 1 outsize volume
Abstract: Family of Fred P. Todd and his son, J. Beecher Todd, officers with National Loan and Investment Company in Detroit, Michigan, and its successor institutions, Surety Savings and Loan Association, and Surety Federal Savings and Loan Association. The collection consists of personal papers, files relating to their activities with savings and loan institutions, and photographs.
|Todd, Laurence, 1882-1957. / [ 1902-1957 ]||
Laurence Todd papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Michigan-born newspaperman; correspondence and diaries relating to his professional career.
|Todd, Stanton W. (Stanton Wesley), 1908- / [ 1942-1984 ]||
Stanton W. Todd Papers,
Extent: 0.5 linear ft.
Abstract: Grand Rapids, Michigan, businessman, and participant in the Home Front, a reform group within the Republican Party of Grand Rapids. Reminiscences and biographical material; Home Front files, including correspondence, and newsletters; and topical files relating to other political and civic activities.
|Tomlinson, Owen A., 1882- / [ 1899-1920 ]||
Owen A. Tomlinson papers
Extent: 2 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Officer in the Philippine Constabulary, Ifugao, Mountain Province. Official communications, including orders and promotion and appointment material; biographical sketches of residents of Ifugao Subprovince; printed material; and photographs.
|Top Ladies of Distinction. Ann Arbor Chapter. / [ 1982-1987 ]||
Top Ladies of Distinction, Ann Arbor Chapter Records
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan chapter of an African American women's organization. Minutes, correspondence, and subject files; also minutes and newsletters of Detroit area district of the organization.
|Toward A Fair Michigan (organization) / [ 2005-2008 ]||
Toward A Fair Michigan records
Extent: 1 linear foot and 10.6 GB
Abstract: 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization formed in February 2005 to open dialogue and increase citizen participation in the debate surrounding Proposal 2, the ballot initiative that ended affirmative action programs in Michigan and was passed in November 2006; records include correspondence, press coverage, organizational files, and materials relating to public events.
|Tower Family / [ 1841-1937 ]||
Tower Family papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Business and commercial family of Ionia, Michigan; correspondence and financial records of Angelo E. Tower and Osmond S. Tower; correspondence and business records of Louis S. Lovell, W.B. Heath, and George Webber, Ionia, Michigan, businessmen.
|Townsend, Lynn A. (Lynn Alfred), 1919- / [ 1959-1978 ]||
Lynn A. Townsend papers
Extent: 2 linear feet and 2 oversize volumes
Abstract: Chrysler Corporation executive. Speeches, clippings, photographs and articles by or about Townsend and the Chrysler Corporation.
|Towsley, Harry A. / [1876-1990]||
Title: Harry A. Towsley papers
Extent: 9.0 linear ft., one oversized folder and eight outsize films.
Abstract: Pediatrician, professor and philanthropist, joined University of Michigan Dept. of Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases in 1934, and served with the 298th General Hospital Unit during World War II. Papers include medical school lecture notes, class of 1931 files, medical research files; correspondence, histories, photographs and motion pictures relating to the 298th General Hospital Unit, family history materials including Frank A. Towsley's diary, 1876, and family correspondence, 1878-1926 and photographs.
|Toy, James W., 1930- / [1963-2009]||
Title: James W. Toy Papers
1963-2009 bulk 1971-1994
Extent: 27.5 linear feet (in 30 boxes) and 1 oversize folder Ac.
Abstract: The collection is a combination of the personal papers of James W. Toy and the records of the university office (originally named Human Sexuality Office, then Lesbian-Gay Male Programs Office, and later Lesbian-Gay Male-Bisexual Programs Office) where he worked for twenty-three years.