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|Second Baptist Church (Detroit, Mich.)||
Title: Second Baptist Church (Detroit, Mich.) Records
Extent: 14 microfilms
Abstract: Oldest African American church in Michigan; administrative records, papers of individual pastors, church publications.
|Sellars, Roy Wood, 1880-||
Title: Roy Wood Sellars papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of philosophy at the University of Michigan; correspondence; notebook containing philosophical jottings; papers of Helen Maud Sellars describing visit to Russia in 1946; and photographs.
|Selmon, Bertha Eugenia Loveland, 1877-1949||
Title: Bertha Eugenia Loveland Selmon papers
Extent: 2.5 linear feet
Abstract: Battle Creek, Michigan, physician; correspondence and research materials relating to her history of Michigan women physicians.
|Senior Society (University of Michigan)||
Title: Senior Society (University of Michigan) records
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Women's honorary society for unaffiliated women students at the University of Michigan established in 1905, one of several Women's honorary societies, including Scroll and Wyvern. Records include minutes, 1916-1927 and 1951-1962, scrapbooks, 1941-1954, 1965-1968, and miscellaneous records and membership information. Scrapbooks include clippings, wartime women's activities during World War II, invitations, membership, and photographs of "tapping" and initiation. Records of Scroll and Wyvern are included in the scrapbooks as is the Assembly Association.
Title: Rudy Serra papers
Extent: 1.5 linear feet
Abstract: The papers of Rudy Serra are concentrated on his involvement and interest in the revision of city ordinances in Ferndale and Ypsilanti, Michigan, widening the scope of civil rights protection to include sexual orientation. The collection includes his writings in support of ordinance revision, an article he wrote on sexual orientation and Michigan law, as well as correspondence related to, and press coverage of, the revision process.