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|Creator / [Collection date]||Item information|
|Trammell, Dausie W.||
Title: Dausie W. Trammell papers
Extent: 1 volume
Abstract: Papers of a soldier in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
|Traverse City Refrigerator Company.||
Title: Traverse City Refrigerator Company records
Extent: 3 linear feet
Abstract: Traverse City, Michigan manufacturer of the fireless "wonder cooker and baker" and a line of iceboxes, 1909-1919; records, including general office files, advertising,. minutes and reports, document the firms business activities.
|Travis, DeHull N., 1882-1960||
Title: DeHull Travis Papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Secretary to Michigan governor Chase S. Osborn, later assistant to the secretary general of the Nuremberg Medical Trial, 1946-1947. Correspondence, writings, and International Military Tribunal files; also photographs.
|Travis, Noble, 1901-||
Title: Noble Travis papers
Extent: 1 linear foot
Abstract: Detroit, Michigan, banker, state Republican party worker, leader of the Wayne County, Michigan, Republican Precinct Organization; correspondence and topical files.
|Treman, Muriel Webb, 1899-||
Title: Muriel Webb Treman Photograph Album
Extent: 0.4 linear feet (1 oversize box)
Abstract: Muriel Webb Treman, a hobbyist photographer, and her husband, Robert "Bob" Treman, an American missionary, lived and worked in China in the 1920s. Muriel directed her interest in photography to taking pictures of their experience as missionaries. This collection is comprised of a single photograph album documenting a family voyage from the United States to destinations in China and Japan.
|Trevor, John B., 1909-||
Title: John B. Trevor, Jr. Papers
Extent: 14 linear feet
Abstract: John B. Trevor was active in various local (New York state) and national conservative and patriotic organizations; topical files, 1930s-1970s, contain correspondence, published materials, clippings, and ephemera detailing his interest in, and involvement with, such organizations as the Sons of the American Revolution and the American Coalition of Patriotic Societies.
|Trevor, John Bond, 1878-||
Title: John Bond Trevor Papers
Extent: 2 linear feet
Abstract: New York attorney, officer of the American Coalition of Patriotic, Civic and Fraternal Societies, 1927-1950, and activist in the movement to restrict immigration into the United States. Minutes, resolutions, and other records of the American Coalition; also correspondence of Trevor with congressman Albert Johnson of Washington state relating to immigration matters.
Title: Triangle Foundation records
Extent: 6.5 linear feet
Abstract: The Triangle Foundation is a gay and lesbian civil rights and advocacy organization, located in Detroit, Michigan and formed in 1990. Its programs include an anti-violence project, media activism, and legislative education on gay civil rights. The record group includes minutes; correspondence; press releases and publications of the Triangle Foundation; news clippings documenting issues relevant to the gay/lesbian community and of Triangle activities; and videotapes of local cable television newsmagazine Lambda Digest.
|Trimberger, Frank P.||
Title: Frank P. Trimberger photograph collection
Extent: 2 digital files (3.99 MB)
Abstract: Scanned copy of photographs of Frank P. Trimberger, who served as a private in Company B, 310th Engineers, during the American intervention at Archangel, Russia, the "Polar Bear Expedition."
Title: Edward Trombley papers
Extent: 1 folder
Abstract: Soldier from Bay City, Mich., member of Co. A, 339th U.S. Infantry who served in the Allied intervention in Russia, 1918-1920, the "Polar Bear Expedition." Collection includes diary, correspondence and newspaper clipping relating to his military life with the Polar Bear Expedition.
|Trowbridge, C. C. (Charles Christopher), 1800-1883||
Title: C. C. Trowbridge papers
Extent: 0.5 linear feet
Abstract: Clerk to Gen. Lewis Cass on 1819 expedition among Indians of upper Great Lakes, Indian agent and negotiator, mayor of Detroit in 1834, and later University of Michigan regent. Papers consist primarily of material relating to his early experience among the Indians including reports to Cass and other accounts of Indian life and language. Consists in part of photostats of material held by the Burton Historical Library.