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A. Alfred Taubman papers, 1942-2014

220 linear feet (approximate; in 247 boxes) — 3 tubes — 20 oversize volumes — 12 panels — 25.6 GB (online)

A. Alfred Taubman was an entrepreneur, real estate developer and philanthropist. The Taubman collection consists of business and personal records documenting his development of retail and mixed-use real estate projects, his role as a leader in the real estate industry in Michigan and nationally, his transformation of Sotheby's, his investments and business interests, his contributions to the arts, to American educational institutions, and to the city of Detroit.

This collection documents the business and philanthropic activities of A. Alfred Taubman. While this collection is not a comprehensive archive of Taubman's business and personal activities, it offers a rich and abundant resource for researchers interested in the history of commercial real estate development and those interested in Taubman's varied business concerns and philanthropic work. The bulk of the materials date from the early 1960s to the mid-1990s and include both records created by Taubman and a number of staff members of The Taubman Company. The collection is organized into eight series:

  1. Shopping Centers/Commercial Development
  2. Industry Leadership
  3. Detroit Development
  4. Business Investments
  5. University Endowments
  6. Topical
  7. Personal
  8. Athena Azerbaijan and Russia Development Projects

Carol H. Tice Papers, 1970-2012 (majority within 1970-2000)

8.5 linear feet (in 9 boxes) — 1 oversize box — 1 oversize folder — 2.31 GB (online)

Art teacher in Ann Arbor, Mich. Public schools and the founder of the Teaching-Learning Communities program and Lifespan Resources, Inc., an educational non-profit organization. Administrative papers, correspondence, news clippings, photographs, reports, grant proposals, and personal speeches and publications related to intergenerational education and related initiatives from the early 1970s until 2000.

The personal papers of Carol Tice document her contributions to the development of intergenerational education in the Ann Arbor Public Schools and the Ann Arbor Community more broadly.


Dale R. Leslie collection, 1941-2018 (majority within 2008-2013)

0.8 linear feet (in 2 boxes) — 15.5 GB (online)

Ann Arbor, Michigan resident and businessman with strong interest in local history. Collection includes video featuring interviews with residents and other historical footage of landmarks and events in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti, and the hamlet of Dixboro as well as collected papers and records related to Ann Arbor High School and Dixboro United Methodist Church.

Most of the collection consists of digitized film footage and digital video relating to Ann Arbor and Michigan history. A small portion of the collection also includes biographical and genealogical material.


David L. Littmann papers, 1964-2014 (majority within 1970-2010)

13.5 linear feet — 1 oversize folder — 4 oversize folders — 4.7 GB (online)

Chief Economist and Senior Vice President of Comerica Bank, author of the bank's monthly business brochure, regular commentator on local and national radio and TV programs. The collection includes publications, speeches, and correspondence.

Through writings and speeches, the David Littmann collection provides a look into the state of Michigan's economy, especially as it relates to tax policy and the automobile industry, from 1974 to 2014. The collection is divided into eight series: Biographical, Correspondence, Manuscripts, Publications, Press, Speeches, Audio Visual, and Publications/Press Additions.


Department of Psychiatry (University of Michigan) records, 1959-2013 (majority within 1988-2013)

2 linear feet — 47 GB (online)

Records of the University of Michigan Department of Psychiatry. The collection contains administrative files and publications. Also includes records and video materials for the Annual Waggoner Lectureship.

The Department of Psychiatry records contains manuscript and digital materials related to the Raymond W. Waggoner Lectureship events, and Department publications.

The Raymond W. Waggoner Lectures series (1.5 linear feet and 47 GB, 1996-2013) contains informational materials, transcripts and video recordings for the Raymond W. Waggoner Lectureship on Ethics and Values in Medicine since its establishment in 1996. Digital video and transcripts can be accessed through links in this finding aid.

The Publications series (0.5 linear feet, 1959 -- 2006) contains unit publications such as annual reports for the late 1980s, informational brochures, bulletins and information on residency programs. Additional materials include information on the Albert J. Silverman Research Conference and a guide to scientific publications produced by the department faculty.


Emery C. King and Jacqueline C. King collection, 1991-1998

68 videotapes (in 3 boxes; Betacam (TM)) — 46.3 GB (online)

Oral history interviews relating to the National Negro Labor Council (NNLC) and to unions at the Ford Rouge River Plant in Dearborn, Mich., taken during production of the 1994 documentary The Freedom Train. Also includes digital video of both The Freedom Train and The Rouge documentaries.

The Collection includes 68 Betacam tapes and digital online material arranged into two series: Ford Rouge River Plant, Dearborn, Mich. and the National Negro Labor Council.


Jean Ledwith King Oral History Collection, circa 1927-2011 (majority within 2011)

62.7 GB (online)

Ann Arbor, Michigan attorney who spent her career fighting sex discrimination in education, sports, and politics. The collection contains oral history interviews, tribute statements, and photographs collected on the occasion of renaming the Women's Center of Southeastern Michigan after Jean Ledwith King and for the creation of a documentary, "The Power of One: Celebrating Jean Ledwith King," by John Owens.

The Jean Ledwith King Oral History Collection is composed of visual materials collected by John Owens to celebrate King's life and work in 2011, when the Women's Center of Southeast Michigan was renamed in King's honor.


Lawrence L. Witt and Laura A. Edge papers, 1943-2012 (majority within 1943-1946)

1.5 linear feet (in 2 boxes) — 30.9 GB (online)

Lawrence L. Witt was a Detroit native who served in the Army Air Force during World War II and was a prisoner of war (POW) for eleven months after getting shot down over Nazi Germany. His daughter Laura A. Edge later researched her father's story and wrote a book about his and other airmen's experiences as prisoners of war in WWII. Correspondence, various documents relating to military and prisoner of war experience, and audio-visual materials including oral histories of several WWII veterans.

The Lawrence Witt and Laura Edge papers document Witt's experiences during and after World War II, as well as his daughter's research on his and other airmen's experiences as prisoners of war in Nazi Germany. Most series consist of folders (both original and digitized copies) originally ordered and numbered by Laura Edge.


NSFNET 20th Anniversary collection, 2007

0.5 linear feet — 16.6 GB

The NSFNET 20th anniversary celebration, held November 29-30, 2007, recognized the impact and achievements of the NSFNET program. The conference featured keynote speeches and panel discussions from participants who worked directly on NSFNET, and also from those whose work it benefited. The collection contains print and digital media documenting the event: program of event proceedings, video recordings of panel discussions, video recordings of oral history project interviews, 35 mm color slides.

The NSFNET 20th Anniversary collection documents the event, "NSFNET: The Partnership that Changed the World. Celebrating 20 Years of Internet Innovation and Progress," held November 29-30th, 2007, in Arlington, Virginia. Consisting of website printouts, event program, archived websites, DVD-R discs, DVCAM tapes, and 35 mm color slides, the collection provides historic information regarding the foundation and progress of NSFNET over the past twenty years. The collection consists of two series: Event Information and Oral History Project.


Out of the Blue: The Michigan Difference (television program), 2008-2011

112.4 GB

Division within the Office of the Vice President for Communications; comprised of Michigan Radio and the Michigan Channel and also responsible for content contributed to other outlet. Includes three seasons of Out of the Blue: The Michigan Difference, a program that originally aired on the Big Ten Network; also includes archived websites.

The Michigan Public Media records document the unit's operations and provide varied examples of its creative output. The materials will be useful to researchers interested in news and information about the University of Michigan as well as for those exploring how a major research institution communicates its mission and activities to the general public. The record group is comprised of the Out of the Blue series and the Archived Website series.