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Inter-Cooperative Council (Ann Arbor, Mich.) records, 1932-2015

60 linear feet (in 60 boxes) — 9 oversize volumes — 31.72 GB (online)

The Inter-Cooperative Council at Ann Arbor is an organization established to coordinate the activities of cooperative houses founded and operated by University of Michigan students. Their records are comprised of minutes, office files, and newsletters, as well as organization-level topices and related research. The collection also contains records of student cooperative, the Socialist House.

The records of the ICC at Ann Arbor cover the years 1932 to 2012 and are divided into ten series: Minutes, Office Files, Printed Materials, Events and Programs, Organizational Topical Files, Correspondence Files, Collected Research Materials, House Records, External Organizations, and Audio-Visual Materials.

Researchers should note that because of the differences between ICC office organizational systems and the individual processing archivists working on the collection, topics and materials might be found in multiple series.


Lieberthal-Rogel Center for Chinese Studies (University of Michigan) publications, 1969-2006 (majority within 1983-1997)

0.4 linear feet

Miscellaneous Center for Chinese Studies newsletters, student publications, calendars, bibliographies, and brochures. Also contains a set of monographs produced in various series by the center.

The Publications series (0.4 linear ft.) is divided into two subseries: Unit Publications and Student Publications.

The Unit Publications subseries includes bibliographies, publications catalogs, and calendars and flyers describing the brown bag lunch series and the Chinese film series. This subseries also contains newsletters such as Center for Chinese Studies and Alumni News. The Center for Chinese Studies cooperated with the Center for Japanese Studies to produce the newsletters CCS-CJS News, CCS-CJS News Update, and the East Asian Studies Newsletter.

The Student Publications subseries includes three titles from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Ta Tzu Pao was first published in 1969 and continued to be published monthly during the academic year. Unfortunately, the Bentley Library does not hold a complete run of this publication. It ceased publication in 1970. The Dodder was published in 1970. The title was changed to Voices in 1971. A fourth publication entitled Spring-Autumn Papers was a graduate student journal published in 1979 and 1980.

Most of these unit and student publications are in English, though there are occasional passages in Chinese.


Martha Cook Building (University of Michigan) publications, 1916-2015

1.5 linear feet (in 3 boxes.)

The Martha Cook Building (MCB) opened in the fall of 1915 as the second all-women's dormitory on the University of Michigan campus. It was a gift of Mr. William Wilson Cook, a lawyer-philanthropist from New York City who was born and raised in Hillsdale, Michigan. Publications are dated from 1916-2015 and include annuals, constitutions, handbooks, histories, newsletters, and programs. Also contains material relating to various anniversary celebrations and the Martha Cook Alumnae Association of Detroit.

The Martha Cook Building Publications are dated from 1916-2015 and include annuals, constitutions, histories, handbooks, newsletters, and programs as well as material relating to various Martha Cook Building anniversary celebrations and the Martha Cook Alumnae Association of Detroit.


Penny W. Stamps School of Art and Design (University of Michigan) publications, 1947-2010 (majority within 1985-2007)

2 linear feet

Publications produced by the School of Art and its subunits, including brochures, bulletins, calendars, college catalogs, exhibition catalogs, newsletters, and student publications.

The Publications series (1.0 linear foot) consists of two subseries: Unit Publications and Student Publications. The Unit Publications include brochures, bulletins, calendars, exhibition catalogs and student handbooks. Note that degree program requirements can be found in the Bulletin (Course Catalog) until 2001. Also note that the 1996 Bulletin covers the period from 1996 to 2001. After 2001, degree program requirements are contained within the Student Handbooks. Student Publications consist of catalogs and newsletters. Some publications (or their successors) may no longer be available in print but are available on the school s website.


School for Environment and Sustainability (University of Michigan) publications, 1903-2015

7.5 linear feet

Includes alumni directories, annual reports, bibliographies, brochures, bulletins and college catalogs, directories, histories, manuals, newsletters, programs, reports, student publications, and surveys. Also contains annual reports, brochures, directories, histories, manuals, newsletters and reports from sub-units such as the Biological Station, Michigan Sea Grant Program, Wildland Management Center, Department of Forestry, Department of Wood Technology and from ENACT (Environmental Action for Survival). In addition, there are by-laws, newsletters, programs, and the yearbooks entitled "Michigan Forester" from the Forestry Club, the Foresters Club, and the Foresters Association.

The Publications of the School of Natural Resources and Environment are divided into four series: Unit Publications, Sub-Unit Publications, Topical Publications and Student Publications. Some publications (or their successors) may no longer be available in print but are available on the school s website.


School of Nursing (University of Michigan) publications, 1913-2017

7 linear feet — 56.2 MB — 1 archived website

Includes bibliographies; pamphlets and brochures; bulletins and college catalogs; calendars; directories; histories; manuals; newsletters such as that from Sigma Theta Tau (a professional and student nursing honor society); proceedings; programs; proposals; surveys; and school yearbooks from the School of Nursing. Also contains publications from the School of Nursing Alumni Association, the Center for Nurasing Research, Continuing Education Services, and the Graduate Program in Medical-Surgical Nursing. Also included are publications pertaining to various symposia, and milestone anniversaries such as the Diamond and Centennial Celebrations.

The School of Nursing publications are divided into five series that are arranged in alpha-chronological order: Unit Publications, Sub-Unit Publications, Topical Files, Student Publications, and the Archived School of Nursing Website. The Unit Publications series is arranged by genre and contains printed material published specifically by the School of Nursing. Many of these publications are widely distributed and may be published at regular intervals. The Sub-Unit Publications series contains publications from subordinate offices, departments, programs and organizations within the School of Nursing. The Topical Publications contain brochures, calendars, invitations, and programs from milestone anniversaries and other celebrations. The Student Publications series contains newsletters published by School of Nursing students. The Archived Website series contains captured websites from or related to the School of Nursing from 2002 onward.


School of Public Health (University of Michigan) publications, 1920-2017

11 linear feet

Contains bulletins (college catalogs); directories including the Photographic Roster; manuals; newsletters such as Findings, Public Health Reviews, and The School of Public Health Newsletter; proceedings from the Baker Lectures; programs including the Thomas Francis, Jr. Memorial Lecture; and reports including the Dean's Report, Report of the School of Public Health, Report of the Division of Hygiene and Public Health, A Self Study of the University of Michigan School of Public Health, Report to the Kellogg Foundation. Also contains publications from the Bureau of Public Health Economics including the Medical Care Review, Public Health Economics, Public Health Economics and Medical Care Abstracts, and research series reports. Also contains publications from the Dept. of Epidemiology including reports from the Poliomyelitis Vaccine Evaluation Center. Includes publications of the Dept. of Population Planning; the National Sanitation Foundation; Office of Development and Alumni Relations; Office of Development and External Relations; Office of Student Affairs including Student Enrollment and Application Information statistics; the Program in and Bureau of Hospital Administration; Program in Hospital Administration; the Public Health Library. Also includes bulletins for the Summer Session and student publications.

The Publications of the School of Public Health are divided into four series: Unit Publications, Sub-Unit Publications, Topical Publications and Student Publications. Some publications (or their successors) may no longer be available in print but are available on the school s website.


School of Social Work (University of Michigan) publications, 1935-2019

4 linear feet — 2.34 GB

Includes brochures, bulletins, college catalogs, lectures from the Fedele F. Fauri Memorial Lecture and the Leon and Josephine Winkelman Lecture series, manuals, newsletters, reports, and student publications. Also contains bulletins from the School of Social Work predecessors such as the Institute of the Health and Social Sciences, Institute of Public and Social Administration, and Institute of Social Work. The Center for the Study of Youth Policy bulletins and newsletters are also included.

The School of Social Work Publications (4 linear feet) are divided in four series: Unit Publications, Sub-Unit Publications, Student Organization Publications and Archived Websites. Some publications (or their successors) may no longer be available in print but are available on the school s website.


Solar Car Team (University of Michigan) publications, 1987-2001

1 linear foot

The Solar Car Team is an interdisciplinary student organization at the University of Michigan whose objectives are to design, finance, build and race a solar-powered vehicle from scratch. Publications Includes articles, brochures, directories, newsletters such as the Solar Car Express and the Southern Sun, press releases, programs, prospectuses and regulations regarding the various University of Michigan Solar Car Projects as well as the GM Sunrayce and the Sponsor World Solar Challenge. Also includes two histories describing the 1990 races.

Solar Car Publications (1 linear foot) are divided into six series. The first focuses on the 1990 Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge– Sunrunner. It contains official race regulations, newsletters, programs, brochures, magazines, and photocopies of articles on GM Sunrayce USA and the World Solar Challenge. This series also includes prospectuses which give early details on the budget for and design of the Sunrunner and press releases from News and Information Services, General Motors Corporation and the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.

It also includes two published histories. In Sunracing, Richard and Melissa King write about both the American and Australian races. Because of Michigan's great success in both races the Sunrunner features prominently in this history. It includes a narrative of the races and color photographs of many, but not all the entrants. The second history, Racing With the Sun: The 1990 World Solar Challenge by Chester R. Kyle focuses on the technical aspects of the cars and the race. There are black and white photographs of all the cars entered in the World Solar Challenge with their specifications. There are also rules and regulations for both the GM Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge

The second series focuses on the 1993 Sunrayce and World Solar Challenge– Maize & Blue. It includes brochures, a directory of team members, a fact sheet on the GM Sunrayce, the newsletter Solar Express covering the years 1991-1993, and press releases for both the GM Sunrayce and the World Solar Challenge.

The third series contains material on the 1995 Sunrayce– Solar Vision including the newsletter Solar Express for the years 1993-1995 and press releases on the GM Sunrayce.

The fourth series includes documentation on the 1997 Sunrayce– Wolverine, such as the newsletter Solar Express for 1997 as well as programs and regulations from the race.

The fifth series covers 1999 Sunrayce– MaizeBlaze. It includes brochures and newsclippings from the race and 1998-1999 issues of Solar Express.

The sixth series focuses on the 2001 World Solar Challenge– M-Pulse with brochures and programs from the race as well as issues of the newsletter Southern Sun.


The Order of Angell records, 1902-1992

6 oversize folders — 1 oversize box — 4 linear feet — 1 oversize volume

University of Michigan senior honors society with initiation rites, costumes and other rituals based on supposed Native Amerincan traditions; records include chronological "tribe" files, minutes of meetings, topical files, visual materials, and printed materials.

The records consist of four linear feet, six oversize folders, and one oversize volume, and span the years from 1902 to the present. They document the activities of past Michigamua tribes, the role of the Old Braves within the society, and the development of Michigamua traditions. The records are divided into five series: Chronological Tribe Files, Meeting Minutes, Topical Files, Visual Materials, and Printed Materials.