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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Noble, Alfred, 1844-1914||
Title: Alfred Noble Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (partially microfilmed)
Abstract: Soldier in the 24th Michigan Infantry during Civil War, later civil engineer concerned largely with construction of bridges and canals, especially improvements of St. Mary's Falls Canal, and consultant engineer to Panama Canal project. Correspondence, Civil War diaries, essays on proposed Nicaraguan Canal, printed materials, maps, and other miscellanea; also photographs.
Title: Nomads records
Extent: 22 linear feet (in 40 boxes)
Abstract: Detroit, Mich. based travel group which toured destinations throughout the world. Records include tour files arranged by destination. These files consist of description of the proposed tour, itineraries of events, and list of tour members. The collection also has organization newsletter Nomad Notes and The Nomad; and photographs from the social activities of the group.
|Nordby, Virginia, 1929-||
Title: Virginia Nordby papers
Extent: 5.5 linear feet
Abstract: Lawyer and University of Michigan administrator with positions as director of the Office of Affirmative Action, policy advisor to the president, university freedom of information officer, associate vice-president for government relations and associate vice-president for student affairs. Series include policy coordinator/affirmative action, topical files, personal files, and photographs; include files relating to the formulation of the university's student discriminatory policy, 1988-1989, and to her work as consultant to the Michigan Women's Task Force on Rape, 1974-1980.
|Nordman, Ethol Fred, 1896-1981||
Title: Ethol Fred Nordman photograph collection
Extent: 1 volume
Abstract: Soldier from Ann Arbor, Mich., member of 337th Field Hospital who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes photographs taken during training at Camp Custer, Michigan and while in Russia; also photos of Michigan National Guard troops at Camp Grayling, Michigan; and photographs of the Nordman family in Ann Arbor, and of the Merchants Delivery Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan.
|Norman, Arthur Geoffrey, 1905-||
Title: Arthur Geoffrey Norman Papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of botany at the University of Michigan, director of the Botanical Gardens, later vice-president for research. Correspondence, speeches, publications and reviews, and topical files relating to scientific interests, atomic energy, and the work of the Phoenix Project.
Title: Norris Family Papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Norris family of Ypsilanti and Grand Rapids, Michigan. Papers of Mark Norris, Ypsilanti businessman and postmaster; papers of his wife, Roccena Vaill Norris, local teacher and woman's rights advocate; papers of their son, Lyman, attorney and regent of the University of Michigan, 1883-1884; papers of Lyman's son, Mark Norris, Grand Rapids attorney and Grand Master of the Knights Templar in the United States; papers of Lyman's daughter Maria Norris, Grand Rapids physician; papers of Mark's son, Abbott Norris; and related papers of other family members, notably the Whittelsey family of Connecticut.
Title: Harold Norris papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Delegate to the Michigan Constitutional Convention. Correspondence and other papers concerning his professional and public service activities.
|Norse Civic Association.||
Title: Norse Civic Association records
Extent: 6 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit area Scandinavian-American civic organization; organizational records; files relating to Scandinavian-American history, organizations, and personages.
|North American Student Cooperative League.||
Title: North American Student Cooperative League records
Extent: 12.4 linear feet
Abstract: Association of student cooperative houses and stores. Administrative correspondence, collected materials from various colleges and universities; conference files, and photographs.
|North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. Michigan State Office.||
Title: North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, Michigan State Office, Records
Extent: 34 linear feet
Abstract: Regional organization for accrediting colleges universities and secondary schools, includes administrative records and accreditation reports for high schools in Kent, Houghton, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties in Michigan.
|North Russia Expeditionary Force. Mapping Section.||
Title: [Maps of Archangel District, Russia], 4th ser.
Extent: 9 maps (color; 27 x 35 cm.)
Abstract: Maps created for the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1919, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council.||
Title: Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: The Northern Michigan Environmental Action Council is a Traverse City-based environmental watchdog group. Members are primarily from a region comprised of five counties in Northwestern Michigan including Grand Traverse, Leelanau, Benzie, Kalkaska, and Antrim counties, although some members who feel a special affinity for the region are from downstate or out of state. The papers document the councilâ??s attention to local environmental concerns and their interactions with various government agencies, corporate entities, and individuals in the name of sound environmental stewardship.
|Northside Presbyterian Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan)||
Title: Northside Presbyterian Church (Ann Arbor, Michigan) records
Extent: 4.5 linear feet
Abstract: Northside Presbyterian Church is in partnership with St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, but holds separate services. This record group includes materials of Northside Presbyterian Church only. Included are session minutes, newsletters, church bulletins, and topical files.
|Norton, William J. (William John), 1883-1975||
Title: William J. Norton papers
Extent: 4 linear feet
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, social worker, executive vice president of the Children's Fund of Michigan, and chairman of various relief commissions during the depression. Materials relating to his welfare activities, his interests in mental health and the work of the American Red Cross, and his general interest in the field of social work; also papers detailing his activities with the Detroit Prismatic Club; essays concerning the legislation of prohibition in Michigan; and photographs and sound recordings.
|Novy, Frederick G., 1864-1957||
Title: Frederick G. Novy Papers
Extent: 13 linear feet
Abstract: University of Michigan microbiologist; correspondence, student notebooks, San Francisco Plague Commission records, research files and laboratory notebooks, visual materials