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Abbott, Amos W. (Amos Whitney), 1835-1862 Title: Amos W. Abbott letters
Extent: 9 items
Abbott, John Cyril. Title: John Cyril Abbott papers
Extent: 1 items (in folder)
Abstract: University of Michigan College of Engineering graduate (Class of 1916); engineer and army officer in World War I. Photograph album containing photos and memorabilia relating to Abbott's student activities; letter to his mother dated August 1918, with impressions of Europe during the war.
Abel, Henry J., 1890-1953 Title: Henry J. Abel papers
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Soldier from Big Rapids, Mich., member of 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes photocopies of clippings, certificates, and miscellanea.
Abel, John Jacob, 1857-1938 Title: John J. Abel photograph collection
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: John J. Abel (1857-1938) was a University of Michigan graduate (Class of 1883), professor and pharmacologist best known for his epinephrine and insulin research. Portraits.
Abraham, Nabeel. Title: Nabeel Abraham papers
Extent: 27.8 linear feet (in 28 boxes)
Abstract: Nabeel Abraham was a professor of anthropology and director of the Honors Program at Henry Ford Community College and an Arab American activist. Nabeel Abraham papers primarily document his focus on Arab American and Middle East issues.
Abrams Aerial Survey Corporation. Title: Abrams Aerial Survey Corporation photographic negatives
Extent: 1 envelopes
Abstract: The Abrams Aerial Survey Corporation was an aerial surveying and research company based out of Lansing, Mich. The company served a variety of customers, including governmental units and businesses. Aerial views over the University of Michigan Stadium as well as other views of campus.
Abrams, Alan E. Title: Alan E. Abrams papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 4 boxes)
Abstract: Alan Abrams is a Detroit-based press agent/public relations consultant in the music business; publicist for Motown Record Corporation, 1964-1966, later with Stax Records, 1967-1968. The collection consists of press releases, clippings, publicity material, scrapbooks containing press coverage of the recording artists that he represented, including the Supremes, photographs, and his writings about Motown, Otis Redding, and Florence Ballard.