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Sharfman, I. Leo (Isaiah Leo), 1886- Title: I. Leo. Sharfman papers
Extent: 11 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of economics at University of Michigan, referee with National Railroad Adjustment Board, member and chairman of various emergency and arbitration boards under Railroad Labor Act. Professional papers largely concerning his work toward the settlement of labor disputes, the publication of his books, his work on establishing a Zionist movement in Michigan, 1914-1918, especially in correspondence with Louis D. Brandeis and Horace M. Kallen; and photographs.
Sharkey, Reginald, 1913-2005 Title: Reginald F. Sharkey papers
Extent: 4.5 linear feet (in 6 boxes)
Abstract: Conservationist from Petoskey, Michigan who wrote columns and served as an environmental reporter for several regional newspapers; records include published newspaper columns and articles, drafts, photographs and negatives, and documentation relating to his conservation work.
Shartel, Burke, 1889-1967 Title: Burke Woods Shartel papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Professor of law at University of Michigan. Papers include correspondence and other papers concerning personal and family matters, professional affairs, the decision of the University to re-enter the Western Intercollegiate Conference; also correspondence from students serving in World War II; and photographs.
Shaw family. Title: Shaw Family (Shiawassee County, Mich.) papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Papers, 1877-1926, of William Shaw, physician in Morrice, Michigan, including diaries, notebooks, and records of patient appointments and accounts; patient books, 1884-1891, of brother, Alexander Shaw, physician in Watertown, Dakota (later South Dakota); papers, 1907-1977, of Milton Shaw, son of William and Anna Shaw, Lansing physician including correspondence, diaries, professional files, and materials relating to medical career in the military, especially letters written during World War I; and photographs.
Shaw family. Title: Shaw Family (Adrian, Mich.) papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Family of Brackley Shaw of Adrian, Michigan, Republican state representative from Lenawee County, Michigan, 1869-1870, later state senator, 1881-1884. The collection consists of personal correspondence of Shaw, his son Horatio W., and his brother Horatio W. Shaw.
Shaw, Wilfred B., 1880-1959 Title: Wilfred B. Shaw Papers
Extent: 7 linear feet (in 12 boxes)
Abstract: General secretary of the Alumni Association of the University of Michigan and editor of the Michigan Alumnus; correspondence, drawings and etchings, photographs and other visual materials
Shaw, Wilfred Byron, 1881-1959 Title: Wilfred B. Shaw pamphlets and reprints
Extent: 1 box
Abstract: Director of the University of Michigan alumni association, includes articles on alumni affairs and university history.
Shelley, Howard, 1909-2003 Title: Howard Shelley motion pictures
Extent: 4 linear feet
Shelley, Rebecca, 1887-1984 Title: Rebecca Shelley Papers
Extent: 21 linear feet
Abstract: Pacifist, participant in World War I peace movement and later peace activities, member of Fellowship of Reconciliation, Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, and Women Strike for Peace. Papers include Correspondence, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, periodicals, reports, photographs, and other materials relating to the International Congress of Women, 1915, the Ford Peace Ship, the American Neutral Conference Committee, the Emergency Peace Federation, and the People's Council of America.
Sheng, Bright. Title: Bright Sheng papers
Extent: 11.5 linear feet
Abstract: Bright Sheng, a composer born in China, is also renown as a conductor, pianist, and researcher. The Bright Sheng Collection contains the papers of University of Michigan composition professor Bright Sheng. In addition to Sheng's own files and correspondence, it includes manuscript, printed, and published versions of his scores (printed scores are for musicians' use, while published scores are for a wider audience), published and unpublished recordings of his works, interviews, programs and reviews featuring his works, and work from Sheng's students. Also included are field recordings and an audio diary from the 2000 Silk Road project in China.
Shepard family. Title: Shepard family papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: John F. Shepard family; diaries, photographs, recipes and correspondence concerning family matters and nineteenth century farm life; also professional correspondence, student notebooks and lecture notes of John F. Shepard.
Shepard, Robert J. Title: Robert J. Shepard papers
Extent: 18 audiotapes (reel-to-reel tapes)
Abstract: Soldier with C-Company, 307th Engineering Platoon, 3rd Brigade, 82nd Airborne Division, in Vietnam, includes recorded letters sent home while stationed in Vietnam, 1968-1969; and photographic snapshots of Shepard, other members of his company, and the areas in Vietnam where they were stationed.
Shepherd, George W. Title: George W. Shepherd papers
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: George W. Shepherd was a Congregationalist missionary in China with the New Life Movement from 1919-1939 and advisor to Chiang Kai-Shek; married to Dr. Clara (Sargent) Shepherd. The collection includes George Shepherd's writings about his experiences in China, family correspondence, sermons and lectures, and material from the New Life Movement.
Sheppard, Glen, 1936- Title: Glen Sheppard Papers
Extent: 35.5 linear feet (in 36 boxes)
Abstract: The Glen Sheppard Papers document the research and writing undertaken by Sheppard during his 40-year tenure as editor, publisher, and writer for the North Woods Call, a small conservation newspaper dedicated to the stewardship and protection of Northern Michigan's natural resources. The collection's three series contain Sheppard's articles and writings, press releases and newspaper articles written by others, government reports and publications, audio and visual materials.
Sherzer, Allen F. Title: Allen F. Sherzer visual materials collection
Extent: 0.3 linear feet (in 2 boxes)
Abstract: Professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan, First Lieutenant 301st Field Artillery during World War I; Visual and other materials of Allen Sherzer and members of the Sherzer family, including film footage of University of Michigan campus ca. 1928.
Shetterly, Seth K., 1820- Title: Seth K. Shetterly papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: Utica, Michigan attorney, justice of the peace, and state representative. Correspondence mainly concerning family, legal, and political affairs; also scattered municipal and township records, 1846-1865, for Utica and Shelby and Sterling townships in Macomb County, Michigan, especially school records; and miscellaneous business and legal papers, poems, essays, and notebooks.
Shilson, Gilbert T., 1897- Title: Gilbert T. Shilson papers
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Member of Co. K, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes citation from French government for bravery in combat in 1918; and photographs.
Shock, Nathan Wetherill, 1906- Title: Nathan W. Shock Papers
Extent: 50 linear feet
Abstract: Gerontologist; series in collection include: Biography and Early Career; Lectures, Speeches, Publications; History of Gerontology; Correspondence; Gerontology Research Center Files; Conferences; Foundations; International Association of Gerontology (IAG); International Organizations; Gerontological Society of America; Other Organizations; Audio tapes; and Photographs.
Showers, Paul. Title: Paul Showers Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet (in 4 boxes)
Abstract: Paul Cutler Showers was a journalist and freelance writer. His writing and editing days began through involvement with The Gargoyle and The Michigan Daily while attending the University of Michigan. Showers's papers document his lengthy journalism career through his writings, recollections, and correspondence regarding the Detroit Free Press, the U.S. Army's Yank Magazine, and the Sunday New York Times. Family history played an important role in his life and can be seen through his collection of family photographs, recollections, and stories. In his later years, Showers became a prominent children's author known internationally for his work with the "Read and Find Out" series of science books for beginning readers.
Shrewsbury, Gary. Title: Gary Shrewsbury photographs
Extent: 2 linear feet
Shurtleff, Mary Belle, collector Title: Mary Shurtleff collection
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Collector of Cross Village, Michigan materials. Collection consists of business records for a general store, land patents made to members of the Native American community, a letter and photograph of Catholic priest N. Louis Sifferath, a panorama of the village waterfront, and a plat map of Cross Village Township.