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Maassab, Hunein F. (John) Title: Hunein F. Maassab papers
Extent: 29.5 linear feet
Abstract: Epidemiologist Hunein F. "John" Maassab was a researcher and professor at the University of Michigan School of Public Health. Maassab's papers, 1951-2002, comprise correspondence, publications, and laboratory documents related to his research into cold adapted live virus vaccines for influenza, Respiratory Syncytial Virus (RSV) and other viruses and development of the "flu mist" vaccine. The collection also includes materials for several upper courses Maassab taught in the Department of Epidemiology.
MacAdam, Barbara. Title: Barbara MacAdam papers
Extent: 7 linear feet
Abstract: Barbara MacAdam was a librarian for the University of Michigan Library system from 1979 to 2011. Titles have included head of Undergraduate Library, head of Reference and Instruction, and Associate University Librarian for Public Services. The collection documents projects and operation of the University Library during MacAdam's work there, as well as course material from her position as lecturer within the School of Information and College of Literature, Science, and the Arts
Macalla, Michael J. Title: Michael J. Macalla papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Member of Co. G, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition" and officer in the Polar Bear Association. Collection includes papers on the committee sent to Russia in 1929, to recover the bodies of men slain during the expedition, including material on their reinterment in White Chapel Memorial Park Cemetery, Troy, Michigan, and the dedication of the Polar Bear monument.
MacDonald, Kenneth H. (Kenneth Hugh), 1921-1989 Title: Kenneth H. MacDonald Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 3 boxes)
Abstract: Owner and operator of a network of Michigan radio stations, including WSAM in Saginaw, Michigan. Biographical files relating in part to his Ann Arbor and Saginaw, Michigan, civic activities; scrapbooks, advertisements and other materials relating to WSAM radio station; files detailing his involvement with the National Association of Broadcasters; scrapbooks documenting career activities, and photographs.
Mack & Company (Ann Arbor, Mich.) Title: Mack & Company records
Extent: 4.5 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor, Michigan, dry goods store. Ledgers, cash books, payroll books, sales books, and photographs; also records, 1902-1913, of the estate of Christian Mack, and records, 1874-1922, of the Mack Insurance Agency.
Mackinac Bridge Authority (Mich.) Title: Mackinac Bridge Authority records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Correspondence, minutes of meetings, reports, and financial statements relating to the planning, financing, building, and operation of the Mackinac Bridge that joins the Lower and Upper Peninsulas of Michigan.
Macomb-Oakland Regional Center. Title: Macomb-Oakland Regional Center Records
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Non-profit human services agency established in 1972 and concerned with the placement of people with developmental and psychiatric disabilities within the local community and the problems resulting from the closing of state institutions in Michigan. The record group includes administrative and publicity files; subject files relating to community placement and resistance to the placement of group homes in Michigan cities and towns; and videocassettes.
Mage, June Brutus Title: June Brutus Mage letter
Extent: 1 items
Abstract: Letter dated November 23, 1890, written by J. B. Mage, a student at the University of Michigan, to William Joseph Fischer. Letter describes a confrontation between students and the national guard that Mage witnessed. A student was killed during the confrontation.
Magnaghi, Russell M. Title: Russell M. Magnaghi collection
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Russell M. Magnaghi is professor of history at Northern Michigan University. The collection consists of oral history recordings and transcripts and photographs, developed as part of Magnaghi's work in documenting history and ethnicity of the Upper Peninsula and Michigan in general.
Makarem, Julia. Title: Julia Makarem papers
Extent: 5 linear feet
Abstract: American born Druze, active in the American Druze Society and concerned with the history of the Druze in the United States. Papers relate to American Druze Society activities and to history of Druze in America.
Makielski, Leon A., 1885-1974. Title: Leon Makielski drawings collection
Extent: 0.2 linear feet (in 1 oversize box and 1 oversize volume)
Abstract: Leon Makielski (1885-1974) was an American portrait and landscape painter who, in addition to maintaining a private commercial portrait studio, taught art at the University of Michigan (1915-1927) and the Meinsinger School of Art in Detroit. His portraits are listed in the Smithsonian Institution’s Catalog of American Portraits and many of the portraits depicting University of Michigan faculty and administrators are displayed in University buildings. This collection contains approximately 180 of Makielski’s charcoal portraits, about a quarter of which depict University faculty and staff, and the rest of which depict a variety of subjects including doctors, prominent politicians and others.
Makled, Hussein. Title: Hussein Makled papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Hussein Makled is a leader in the Arab American community of Southeastern Michigan, one of the founding members of the Islamic Center of America. The papers of Hussein Makled document his work as a leader of the Islamic Center of America and its predecessor organizations, as well as the career of Imam Mohamad Jawad Chirri.
Malcolm, George A. (George Arthur), 1881-1961 Title: George A. Malcolm papers
Extent: 11 linear feet
Abstract: Justice on the Philippine Supreme Court, founder of the Law School of the University of the Philippines, and attorney general of Puerto Rico. Correspondence, scrapbooks, printed reports, articles, and legal opinions, diplomas, citations, memorabilia, manuscript of book, 1956, entitled, "Sunset of Colonialism: memoirs of an American Colonial Careerist": decisions, 1909-1939, made while a jurist in the Philippines; copies of addresses and legal articles; and photographs.
Manchester Area Historical Society. Title: Manchester Area Historical Society records
Extent: 3 linear feet (32 volumes and 45 folders)
Abstract: Collected records, mainly school records, for selected Washtenaw County Townships, notably Manchester, Sharon, Freedom, and Bridgewater; also one volume assessment roll for Freedom Township.
Mann, Richard D. (Richard Dewey), 1933- Title: Richard D. Mann papers
Extent: 5 linear inches (in 1 box)
Abstract: Professor of psychology at the University of Michigan, and an organizer of the teach-ins on the Vietnam War in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and elsewhere, 1965-1966. Autobiographical papers; files on the protest against the Vietnam War; and materials on Program for Educational and Social Change, an effort to open university courses to the local community.
Manning, John C. (John Charles), 1893-1967 Title: John C. Manning papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Editor of the Detroit Times, later columnist for the Detroit Free Press. Correspondence, speeches, topical files, photographs, and writings relating to his newspaper career, his interest in Detroit, Michigan, and his involvement with various Catholic organizations and affairs.
Manny, Frank Addison, 1868-1954 Title: Frank Manny papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Progressive educator, student of Thomas Dewey at the University of Chicago, served as head of the state Normal School at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, superintendent of the Felix Adler School of Ethical Culture in New York City and as head of teacher education in the city of Baltimore. The papers include extensive personal correspondence, scrapbooks, journals, writings and other materials concerning his professional interests. Correspondence includes letters from distinguished authors and educators.
Manupelli, George. Title: George Manupelli papers
Extent: 1.4 linear feet (5 oversize portfolios)
Abstract: George Manupelli (1931-2014) was a prominent figure in the avant-garde film world. The George Manupelli papers, 1961-2013, consist of correspondence, photography, artwork, and clippings relating to his work in the avant-garde art world.
Mark, Michael L. Title: Michael L. Mark papers
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Clarinet player in the University of Michigan Symphony Band which toured the Soviet Union, Near East, and Eastern Europe in 1961. Includes Mark's journal, photographs, and material collected while on tour.
Marks, Craig. Title: Craig Marks papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Chief Engineer for General Motors. Instrumental in the development of the hydrogen fuel cell and General Motor’s electric vehicles. Collection documents Marks’s involvement in engineering organizations and his work at General Motors.
Marquardt, Walter W. (Walter William), 1878- Title: Walter W. Marquardt papers
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Educator and director of education 1916-1919 in the Philippines. Bound volumes containing correspondence, appointments, speeches, writings, diaries, and travel accounts detailing career in the Philippines.
Martin, Edward, collector Title: Edward Martin collection
Extent: 14 linear feet (in 22 boxes)
Abstract: Collector of materials documenting Michigan Polish-American individuals and organizations, especially in Detroit and Hamtramck. Included are records of the Detroit Board of Water Commissioners, the Polish Army Veterans Association, and the Polish Sea League. The collection also contains photographs from various Polish photography studios in Detroit and Michigan, including portraits and topical photographs.
Martin, John Butlin, 1909- Title: John Butlin Martin papers
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Republican state senator, 1948-1950, from Kent County, Michigan, state auditor general, 1950-1954, unsuccessful candidate for the U.S. Senate nomination in 1952, and member of the Republican National Committee. Correspondence, newspaper clippings, speeches and printed material relating to his political career, particularly his activities on the Michigan Commission on Aging, the Michigan Constitutional Convention of 1961-1962, and the Michigan Senate campaign of 1952.
Martin, Julia Bird. Title: Julia Bird Martin papers
Extent: 1 linear foot (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: The Slatford Bird families were residents of Ann Arbor, Michigan. Correspondence and family papers, including letters, 1851-1853, of John Slatford written from the California gold fields describing his activities.
Martindale, Arthur Ingraham, 1910-1977 Title: Arthur Ingraham Martindale collection
Extent: 0.75 linear feet (in 1 box)
Abstract: Materials documenting the business transactions and personal communications of the Edward Ingraham family of Bay City, Michigan and Old Saybrook, Connecticut between the years of 1852 and 1881. The collection is particularly strong in legal documentation of the time periods covered, including deeds, agreements, insurance policies, permits and certifications Family and professional correspondence also account for a large portion of the collection.
Marx, Sue. Title: Sue Marx papers
Extent: 1 archived websites (online)
Abstract: Audiovisual materials, archived web content, and other files pertaining to films produced by Sue Marx, a prolific documentary filmmaker who operated her own studio in Detroit between 1980 and 2011. Collection includes completed documentaries in analog and digital form, raw footage in various audiovisual formats, production background information, scripts, and transcripts, among other items.
Marzolf, Marion T. Title: Marion T. Marzolf papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Journalist, professor in the University of Michigan Department of Communication. The series in the collection include Personal/Research, Teaching, and Departmental. Personal/Research relates to awards received, research interests and her involvement in Women in Communication, Inc. The Teaching series includes course materials for classes in journalism, later communication, and the American Culture Program. The Departmental series concerns her activities within the department of communication, including its various reorganizations.
Mason, Stevens Thomson, 1811-1843 Title: Stevens Thomson Mason Papers
Extent: 0.6 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: First governor of Michigan; correspondence, drafts of letters to Andrew Jackson and to Secretary of State John Forsyth; draft of his inaugural address, 1838 and of other messages to the Legislature; topics covered include the Toledo War and the dispute arising from his appointment as Secretary of the Michigan Territory.
Mattern, David E., 1890-1959 Title: David E. Mattern papers
Extent: 3.5 linear feet (in 5 boxes)
Abstract: Professor of music education at University of Michigan. Correspondence relating to his work in music education; also programs relating to music education, particularly the Summer Conference on Music Education; and photographs.
Matthews, Donald Maxwell, 1886- Title: Donald Maxwell Matthews photographs
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of forestry at the University of Michigan. Photographs of forestry, lumbering, and sugar cane production in Cuba, and other West Indies locales, Central and South America, and the southern United States.
Matuszewski, Walter C. Title: Walter C. Matuszewski photograph collection
Extent: 2 digital files (360 MB)
Abstract: Walter C. Matuszewski served as a private in Company G, 339th Infantry, during the American intervention at Archangel, Russia, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Group portrait of Company G, 339th U.S. Infantry taken at Brest, France, June 1919.
Maurer, Wesley Henry, 1897- Title: Wesley H. Maurer Papers
Extent: 4.75 linear feet
Abstract: Wesley H. Maurer, Sr., was a professor of journalism at the University of Michigan, and served as chair of the department from 1949 to 1966. He actively critiqued the journalism field, and was very involved in improving journalism education. Maurer was instrumental in establishing the internship program at the University of Michigan, and bought newspapers to provide students with work-experience, two of which he continued to operate until his death. Maurer was also involved in promoting democracy and free speech in the community.
May, George S. Title: George S. May Papers
Extent: 2.2 linear feet
Abstract: Eastern Michigan University professor of history; University of Michigan student notebooks, research materials on the history of the automobile in Michigan.
Mayman, Martin. Title: Martin Mayman papers
Extent: 8 linear feet
Abstract: Director of psychological training at the Menninger Foundation (1951-1966); professor of psychology at the University of Michigan (1967-1999); associate director (1967-1973), later co-director (1974-1981) of the Psychological Clinic at the University of Michigan. The collection consists of correspondence, drafts of writings, published articles, research notes, lecture outlines and transcripts, audio recordings of lectures, committee minutes, and psychodiagnostic scales and tests.
Maynard, Bernice G. Title: Bernice G. Maynard photographs
Extent: 0.4 linear feet
Abstract: Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti, Michigan resident. Glass negatives and prints of photographs of unidentified family groups and other people, of Palmer's Drugstore in Ann Arbor, Michigan, of people with bicycles, of a military unit and band, and of the Homoeopathic Hospital at the University of Michigan.
Maynard, Olivia. Title: Olivia Maynard papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Michigan State Democratic Party officer, candidate for public office; regent of the University of Michigan; topical files, speeches, and miscellaneous.
Mazrui, Ali Al Amin. Title: Ali A. Mazrui papers
Extent: 12 linear feet
Abstract: Professional records, manuscripts, correspondence, and subject files of Ali A. Mazrui, professor of political science and of Afroamerican and African studies at the University of Michigan from 1974 to 1989. Includes material prior to his Michigan appointment.