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Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services. Title: Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services records
Extent: 0.75 linear feet
Abstract: Based in Dearborn, MI, the Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Services (ACCESS) works to provide services and assistance to new immigrants. They seek to establish a sense of community among Arab Americans and to provide a place to express traditions and pursue cultural activities. The collection includes a history of the organization and of the Arab-American community in Detroit, newsletters, annual reports, and information about many of the organization's activities.
Araneta, Salvador. Title: Salvador Araneta papers
Extent: 2 microfilms
Abstract: Philippines public servant, delegate to the 1934 and 1972 constitutional conventions. Articles, speeches, and scrapbook; include materials relating to convention activities.
Arbornet. Title: Arbornet and M-Net Records
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Arbornet and M-Net were early computer conferencing services based in Ann Arbor. Founded as separate platforms, they merged in 1992 to provide bulletin board conferences, live online chat, free email, a homepage, and learning resources to members of the Ann Arbor community. The collection includes material related to the development and administration of the systems, including records of board meetings and organizational finances.
Arc Michigan. Title: Arc Michigan records
Extent: 7.5 linear feet
Abstract: Advocacy organization established to protect the rights of developmentally challenged individuals; records include meeting minutes, reports and publications, affiliate files, and visual materials.
Argus-press Title: Argus-Press records
Extent: 24 linear feet
Abstract: Daily newspaper published in Owosso, Michigan. Formerly known as Owosso Weekly Press, Evening Argus, and Press-American. Materials consist of full newspaper issues spanning 1862-2016, assorted newspaper clippings, photographs, and research material for articles.
Arkins, Edwin L. Title: Edwin L. Arkins diary and scrapbook
Extent: 1 volume
Abstract: Soldier from Hart, Mich., member of Co. C, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes shorthand diary with newspaper clippings attached concerning the activities of the Polar Bear Expedition.
Armor, Samuel Glasgow, 1819-1885 Title: S. G. Armor photograph collection
Extent: 1 envelopes
Abstract: Samuel G. Armor (1819-1885) was a Professor of Institutes of Medicine and Materia Medica at the University of Michigan. Consists of portraits of Armor collected from different donors.
Armstrong, Arthur E. (Arthur Edward), 1884-1976 Title: Arthur E. Armstrong papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 3 boxes)
Abstract: Hillsdale, Michigan, Singer Sewing Machine Company representative in central China, 1911-1917; wife, Elsa F. Armstrong of Northfield, Minnesota, Evangelical Lutheran missionary in China, 1911-1917. Correspondence between Arthur and Elsa Armstrong, Elsa Armstrong's family, and other missionaries, concerning life in China; also photographs and Arthur and Elsa Armstrong's reminiscences of China.
Armstrong, Christopher H. Title: Christopher Armstrong papers
Extent: 1 linear foot (1 box)
Abstract: Christopher H. Armstrong was the first openly gay student body president of the Michigan Student Assembly at the University of Michigan. This collection documents his undergraduate experience, speaking engagements, and the lawsuit Christopher Armstrong v. Andrew Shirvell in which Armstrong was represented by attorney Deborah Gordon. Materials include court documents, news articles, television news coverage including interviews with Michigan Attorney General Mike Cox, speeches, notes, and correspondence.
Armstrong, Louise Van Voorhis, 1885-1948 Title: Louise Van Voorhis Armstrong papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: County relief administrator and author. Manuscript of her book, We Too Are The People, which relates her experiences in relief work; also correspondence, reviews of her books, comments on the election of 1940, and reports on the work of the Federal Emergency Relief Administration in Manistee County, Michigan.
Arnold family. Title: Arnold-Safford family papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Orlan Arnold was an environmental chemist who conducted research on water and air pollution. Virginia Safford Arnold was a pianist and music teacher. The collection includes correspondence, professional papers, biographical material, press clippings, and photographs relating to life and careers of Orlan Arnold and Virginia Safford Arnold. Also included are genealogical and other materials for the Albright, Crawford, Safford, and Sunderland families.
Arnold Transit Company. Title: Arnold Transit Company records
Extent: 14.8 linear feet (in 16 boxes)
Abstract: The Arnold Transit Company is the longest operating ferry line on the straits of Mackinac. Founded in 1878 by George T. Arnold, the line continues to transport thousands of passengers and tons of freight every year. The record group consists primarily of early financial records, various property interests of Arnold Transit, and the estates of the Arnold family.
Artiaga, Santiago, 1878-1962 Title: Santiago Artiaga papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: City engineer in the Philippines; correspondence, biographical materials, and photographs.