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There are 2848 items in this collectionBrowsing Creators starting with Wh.
|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Wheeler, Albert Harold, 1915-1994 / [1938-1993]||
Title: Albert H. and Emma M. Wheeler papers,
1938-1993, bulk 1960-1977
Extent: 6 linear ft.
Abstract: Albert and Emma Wheeler were community and civil rights leaders from Ann Arbor, Michigan. Albert Wheeler was also professor of microbiology and dermatology at the University of Michigan. In addition, he and his wife helped to establish the local chapter of the NAACP. Albert Wheeler served as mayor of Ann Arbor, 1975 to 1978. The series in the collection are Personal/Biographical; NAACP/Civil Rights Activities; Mayoralty Files; University of Michigan; and Photographs. The collection documents the Wheelers' devotion to the cause of civil rights and their involvement with numerous civil rights and community organizations. The collection also includes Albert Wheeler's mayoralty files.
|Wheeler, Clara Marian, 1861-1946. / [ 1874-1948 ]||
Clara Marian Wheeler papers
Extent: 6 linear feet and 1 oversize folder
Abstract: Grand Rapids, Michigan educator, principal of the Grand Rapids Kindergarten Training School, and advocate of kindergarten education. Correspondence, lecture and class notes, programs, photographs, and miscellaneous scrapbooks, ledgers, and account books.
|White, Albert Easton / [ 1938-1961 ]||
Albert Easton White papers
Extent: 0.1 linear feet (1 folder)
Abstract: Albert Easton White was a professor of Metallurgical Engineering and Director of the Engineering Research Institute. The collection consists of about 75 items of correspondence and about 10 photographs from events throughout his career.
|White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. / [ 1861-1912 ]||
Andrew Dickson White lectures
Extent: 0.5 linear feet (24 items)
Abstract: Professor of history at University of Michigan, later President of Cornell University, Minister to Russia, and Ambassador to Germany. Printed copies of lectures and writings.
|White, Andrew Dickson, 1832-1918. / [ 1857-1867 ]||
Andrew Dickson White papers [microform]
Extent: 8 microfilm reels (negative)
Abstract: Professor of history at University of Michigan, later President of Cornell University, Minister to Russia, and Ambassador to Germany. Letters to and from White and members of his family, personal accounts, and miscellaneous material concerning University of Michigan and Ann Arbor, Michigan, during the 1857-1867 decade.
|White, Enoch J., 1814-1878. / [ 1836-1877 ]||
Enoch J. White papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Lapeer, Michigan businessman; correspondence and other business papers.
|White, Leslie A., 1900-1975 / [1921-1974]||
Title: Leslie A. White Papers
Extent: 26 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of anthropology at University of Michigan, student of the culture of the Pueblo Indians of the southwestern United States, and of the career of early American anthropologist, Lewis H. Morgan. Correspondence files, articles and reviews relating to all phases of his anthropological interests, research notes on Lewis H. Morgan, and field notes pertaining to his trips among the Pueblo Indians, and collection of scholarly publications.
|White, Peter, 1830-1908. / [1848-1915]||
Title: Peter White Papers
Extent: 30 linear ft and 14 oversize volumes
Abstract: Marquette, Michigan businessman, Democratic state senator, and Republican regent of the University of Michigan. Letterbooks and correspondence relating to activities in the Democratic Party in Michigan, particularly in the Upper Peninsula, to his service within the state legislature, and to state and national elections, 1876-1896; also correspondence and other records concerning his extensive business interests that include Northern Michigan iron, insurance, banking, and general investments.
|Whitehead family / [ 1862-1900 ]||
Whitehead family papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of the Edward and Nellie Wilson Whitehead family of Coldwater, Branch County, Michigan. Family letters largely concerning daily activities, including occasional mention of land prices, social customs, fashions and health problems.
|Whittemore Family (Tawas City, Mich.) / [ 1817-1978 ]||
Whittemore Family Papers,
Extent: 5 linear feet, 1 oversize volume, and 1 oversize folder.
Abstract: Gideon O. Whittemore family of Pontiac and Tawas City, Michigan. Business and personal correspondence of Whittemore, his wife, their son James O. Whittemore, and other members of the Whittemore, Mack, and Abram Mathews families; also business and legal documents, sermons, photographs, and miscellaneous papers, covering family matters, Tawas City, Michigan (which the family founded), lumbering, journey of the Mormons across the United States and settlement in Salt Lake City, Utah, University of Michigan and its branches, and family genealogy.
|Whittemore, Harlow Olin, 1889-1986. / [ 1905-1986 ]||
Harlow Olin Whittemore papers
Extent: 5.5 linear feet (in 7 boxes)
Abstract: Landscape architect, professor of landscape architecture at the University of Michigan. Files relating to various Michigan projects, notably in Ann Arbor, Hartland, Hillsdale, and Highland Park; subject files on professional activities; and photographs.
|Whitty, Michael D., 1942- / [1986-1995]||
Title: Michael D. Whitty papers
Extent: 0.8 linear ft.
Abstract: Professor of management and labor relations at the University of Detroit-Mercy; researcher and lecturer on social issues within the business world. Studies include the impact of AIDS within the workplace. Biographical information, publications and conference papers, collected material relating to AIDS and AIDS awareness.
|Wholihan, Timothy W. / [ 1867-1948 ]||
Timothy W. Wholihan papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet.
Abstract: Railroad fireman, 1882-1887, and engineer, 1887-1934, for the Michigan Central Railroad. Miscellaneous personal and collected material relating to his interest in railroads, the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, and his work with the Michigan Central Railroad; include membership cards and certificates, clippings, time tables, ca. 1870-1905, tire report, 1893, wage agreement, 1887, and photographs.
|Whyte, Malcolm K., 1891-1967. / [1917-1926. ]||
Title: Malcolm K. Whyte papers
Extent: 1 v. and 3 folders
Abstract: Member of 310th Engineers, U.S. Army who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes correspondence relating to his military service, "Final consolidated report of the 310th Engineers, Archangel, Russia" (1919) which describes the construction and other activities of the unit, photographs, and miscellaneous items.