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Headlee, Richard H., 1930-2004 Title: Richard H. Headlee papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Life insurance executive, leader of a citizens tax limitation movement in Michigan, officer of Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation. Subject files relating to the tax limitation movement in Michigan, especially the work of Taxpayers United for Tax Limitation and Taxpayers United Federation; includes photographs, video cassettes, and news clippings.
Heath, Alex. Title: Alex Heath photograph collection.
Extent: 1 envelopes
Abstract: Member of 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes photographs of military facilities and prisoners.
Heath, Alex, collector Title: Lines of communications (Dvina) station chart
Extent: 1 maps (color; 34 x 22 cm.)
Abstract: Map created by a soldier in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
Heaton, Paul C. Title: Paul C. Heaton papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Paul C. Heaton was the co-chair of the Ypsilanti Campaign for Equality and the Traverse City Campaign Against Discrimination, organizations fighting for gay rights in reference to human rights ordinances in their respective cities. The collection includes correspondence, political documents, and flyers and published articles documenting the efforts of these two organizations, but also includes general information about the campaigns in Ypsilanti and Traverse City.
Hebert, Diane. Title: Diane Hebert papers
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Diane Hebert is an environmentalist and environmental activist living in Midland, Michigan. Since the 1970s, Hebert has been investigating the emissions produced by the Dow Chemical Company and the dangers of human exposure to a group of chemicals called dioxins. The Diane Hebert papers include correspondence, meeting agenda and notes, and research material related to Hebert's involvement in environmental activism, as well as various publications and reports related to Dow, and the link between health and the environment.
Heineman, David Emil, 1865-1935 Title: David Emil Heineman papers
Extent: 18 volumes (in 3 boxes)
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, merchant and attorney, state legislator from Wayne County, Michigan, later Detroit city councilman; scrapbooks, photographs, and miscellanea.
Helen Handy Newberry Residence (University of Michigan) Title: Helen Handy Newberry Residence (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: The collection the Helen Newberry Residence contains administrative files and information relating to the history of the Helen Handy Newberry Residence at the University of Michigan.
Heler, Ann. Title: Ann Heler papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Papers of Ann Heler, a resident of Ferndale, Mich., who was a leader of the gay and lesbian community. Heler also participated in the Gay Games, a cultural event for the purpose of unity and identity within the national and international gay and lesbian community.
Helmecke family. Title: Helmecke family papers
Extent: 0.3 linear feet
Abstract: Helmecke family of Grand Rapids, Michigan. Letters from Carl Albert Helmecke and his sister Marie Gertrud Helmecke while students at the University of Michigan; and photographs.
Helmer, L. May. Title: L. May Helmer papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Nursing student at the University of Michigan who served as a nurse in France during World War I. Includes diary, correspondence, and photo album relating to her World I nursing service. Also certificates and a medal.
Hemlock (Society). Hemlock of Michigan. Title: Hemlock of Michigan records
Extent: 6.3 linear feet
Abstract: Michigan chapter of organization established to support right of terminally ill adults to be able to choose either passive or active voluntary euthanasia for themselves. Organizational records, including correspondence, newsletters, membership lists, and clippings and articles about organization.
Hempl, George, 1859-1921 Title: George Hempl pamphlets and reprints
Extent: 1 box
Abstract: Professor of English at the University of Michigan; reprints of articles on various topics in etymology, notably on Old English and ancient Hittite and Ionic Greek.
Henderson House (University of Michigan) Title: Henderson House (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 4.75 linear feet
Abstract: Women's cooperative dormitory established in 1945 to provide affordable housing and a supportive community for women enrolled in the University of Michigan. The Henderson House records document the administration, activities, cooperative living experience, and history of the house and students who have lived in it. Records include minutes of governing bodies, policies, scrapbooks, and resident applications.
Henderson, John W. (John Woodworth), 1916- Title: John W. Henderson papers
Extent: 7.75 linear feet
Abstract: John W. Henderson, professor of ophthalmology at the University of Michigan, arrived in Ann Arbor in 1942 as an intern and then resident before joining the faculty in 1948. He was chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology from 1968 to 1978. Henderson’s papers include files relating to his work with the Medical School and University Hospital, among them histories of ophthalmology at the university. Files detailing his work with professional organizations are well represented, notably the Michigan Ophthalmological Society, American Board of Ophthalmology, and American Ophthalmological Society. Also files relating to publications, lectures and presentations.
Henkelman, William, 1894- Title: This being a suppliment [sic] of the Barracks bladder, of Co. B 339th Inf. ... / drawn by Wm. Henkelman.
Extent: 1 maps (map : ms., col. ; on sheet; 46 x 61 cm.)
Abstract: Map created by a soldier in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
Henry B. Joy Historical Research (Organization) Title: Henry B. Joy Historical Research Records
Extent: 27 linear feet
Abstract: The Henry B. Joy Historical Research (HBJHR) was an office established and funded by Detroit businessman Henry B. Joy in 1928 to do original research into the life and career of James F. Joy; the series in the collection are James F. Joy Papers, Railroad Enterprises, John W. Brooks Papers, Abraham Lincoln Research, and Office Correspondence.
Herbert, J. Joseph, 1894-1956 Title: J. Joseph Herbert Papers
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Manistique, Michigan, attorney, Republican regent of University of Michigan, and counsel to Michigan State Medical Society. Correspondence and other materials relating to his legal and university career, his interest in the National Music Camp at Interlochen, Michigan, and Republican politics, 1942-1956; and photographs.
Heusel, Ted. Title: Ted Heusel Papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, radio personality and member of the Ann Arbor (Mich.) Board of Education, 1968-1973. Materials relating to his service on the school board; subjects covered include disruptions in the schools, teacher strikes, alleged racial and sexual bias in the school system, and the searches for school superintendents.