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Charles A. Sink Papers, 1900-1996

21 linear feet — 1 oversize folder — 2.22 GB

Republican member of the state house and the state senate; president of the University Musical Society. Legislative and campaign files, 1919-1935, detailing his election campaigns, his activities within the legislature, and his various responsibilities as a member of the Republican State Central Committee; general correspondence files, 1922-1960, largely pertaining to his work with the University Musical Society and other civic activities; topical files; family history and memoirs; diaries and appointment books; papers of wife Alva Gordon Sink; and visual materials.

Lurie Terrace records, 1961-2010

10 linear feet — 5 oversize volumes

Ann Arbor, Michigan, apartment building for senior citizens of modest means; records of Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor, the organization administering Lurie Terrace, including board minutes, office files, newsletters, and photograph albums and scrapbooks.

The Lurie Terrace records include documentation from Senior Citizens Housing of Ann Arbor, the organization responsible for the building, funding, and administration of the apartment building. Most important of these records are minute books of the organization's board of directors. The Office Topical Files are materials of Shata Ling who was instrumental in the building and operation and management of Lurie Terrace. These files include history and background information, biographical information about Ling, and documentation of Lurie Terrace's various anniversary celebrations. The Newsletters provide a complete perspective on the life and activities of the residents of the building. Within the scrapbooks, most them compiled by individual residents, the researcher will find photographs of group activities, holiday events, and individual informal photos of residents.