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Bay City (Mich.) city government records, 1898-1933

1 linear foot

Records of the municipal government offices of Bay City, Michigan. Correspondence files of the mayor, city attorney, the city manager, and the city engineer.

The Bay City, Michigan city government collection consists of the records of various city offices dating between 1898 and 1933. Included are files of the mayor, city attorney, the city manager, and the city engineer. Prior to 1905, the records were of East and West Bay City, separate municipal entities which merged in that year to form Bay City. Most of the papers are from the mayor's office. Robert V. Mundy served as the city's mayor from 1907 to 1915 and again from 1917 to 1921. Mundy's term of office was interrupted by Frank P.S. Kelton who served one term as mayor from 1915 to 1917. In 1921 John Dean was elected mayor. Topics in the files include the city's water supply, life on the home-front during World War I, the League to Enforce Peace, veterans' affairs, the city's campaign against venereal disease in 1920, unemployment, and the work of the Michigan Municipal League.


Harry Burns Hutchins papers, 1879-1930

22 linear feet

Professor of law and president of the University of Michigan. Papers include correspondence, reports, and speeches relating to all aspects of his University activities; and visual materials.

The Harry B. Hutchins papers cover the years 1879 through 1929, and include records generated during his years as professor and dean of the law department, President of the University of Michigan, and in retirement. Boxes 1-18 are primarily comprised of correspondence. Reports of the departments, schools, and other units of the university are contained in box 19, folders 30-32, and box 20, folders 1-13. As president, Hutchins did not regularly submit annual reports to the Board of Regents. Additional materials include speeches, photographs, and biographical material.


Junius E. Beal Papers, 1869-1946

15.3 linear feet

Ann Arbor, Michigan, businessman, publisher of Ann Arbor Courier, Republican politician, and regent of University of Michigan. Correspondence, letter books, speeches, newspaper clippings, and photographs; papers (1909-1920) of Michigan Public Domain Commission, of which Beal was a member; papers (1877-1904) concerning Port Huron Gas Light Company; and printed material and miscellanea (1885-1905) concerning League of American Wheelmen and his interest in bicycling.

The Junius E. Beal papers include correspondence, papers accumulated from his various interests and organizational activities, subject files, speeches, newspaper clippings, and photographs. The series in the collection include: Correspondence, Michigan Public Domain Commission, Topical Files; and Other Materials. Most of the files in the collection relate in some way to Beal's life in Ann Arbor, either as a student, a businessman, a public figure, as someone who took civic responsibility seriously and was determined to serve his community and the university that he loved.