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A.C. Nielsen Company Title: A. C. Nielsen Company Reports, 1943-1957
Quantity: 12.8 c.f. (25 archives boxes, 6 volumes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 173AF
Abstract: Reports of a prominent market research firm (1923- ) best known for its ratings of network radio and television programs. The collection consists primarily of Nielsen Radio Indexes, 1943-1957, and Nielsen Television Indexes, 1951-1953, which summarize and analyze Nielsen's biweekly reports and include several types of audience measurements. In addition, there are miscellaneous reports on CBS sustaining programs, 1943; D-Day listening, 1944; and the purchasing habits of television viewers, 1957.
Academy of Certified Archivists Title: Academy of Certified Archivists Records, 1986-2012
Quantity: 12.2 cubic ft. (33 boxes) 5 safety film negatives plus additions of 1.5 cubic ft. (5 boxes and 1 folder) and 102 digital files (19.1 MB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 319
Abstract: The records of the Academy of Certified Archivists document the activities of ACA officers, regents, the editorship of the ACA newsletter, and committees and task forces. Established in 1989, the ACA's primary mission is the certification of professional archivists with the purpose of defining and advancing archival goals and standards, along with providing a benchmark employers can use when judging the qualifications of potential staff members.
Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Title: Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications Records, 1942-1987
Quantity: 26.2 c.f.
Call Number: MCHC80-093; MCHC83-014; M85-296; M92-038; M92-165; M92-275
Abstract: Records of the Accrediting Council on Education in Journalism and Mass Communications, an organization responsible for accrediting college journalism education programs. Included are organizational materials, budget studies, and pre-visit reports from various schools.
ACORN (Organization) Title: ACORN Records, 1965-2008
Quantity: 174.7 cubic feet, 3.0 cubic feet of photographs, 8 tape recordings, and 90 videorecordings
Call Number: M93-238; M94-006; M94-045; M94-368; M98-059; M2001-170; M2003-066; M2004-128; M2005-121; M2007-095; M2008-101; M2008-120; Audio 1510A
Abstract: Records of ACORN (Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now) and its first organizer, Wade Rathke, reflecting the organization's goals of uniting welfare recipients with working people around issues of economic justice, and its later diversification into politics and its growth into a multi-state organization. The collection provides good documentation of community organizing in the U.S. from 1965 to 2008 with information on welfare organizing, Vietnam veterans' rights, local environmental issues, community control of radio and television, politics, and social protest.
ACT UP Milwaukee
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Title: ACT UP Milwaukee Records, 1990-1996
Quantity: 1.9 cubic ft. (2 boxes) 1 audio cassette 21 digital video files (6.16 GB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 203
Abstract: Collection documents the history and activism of the Milwaukee chapter of ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power). It includes meeting agendas and minutes, newsletters, press releases, flyers and other ephemera, grant applications, financial reports, subject files, and videos relating to ACT UP Milwaukee demonstrations. The collection also contains documentation regarding the ACT UP Network, an information clearing house for ACT UP chapters across the United States and Europe. ACT UP Milwaukee administered the Network.
Actors Studio (New York, N.Y.) Title: Actors Studio Recordings, 1956-1969
Quantity: 406 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 339A
Abstract: Tape recordings of plays, improvisations, monologues, and exercises by the New York theater workshop founded in 1947 by Elia Kazan, Cheryl Crawford, and Robert Lewis. Among the featured actors are Richard Beymer, Bruce Dern, Keir Dullea, Jane Fonda, Anne Jackson, Ron Liebman, Viveca Lindfors, Jack Lord, Steve McQueen, Zero Mostel, Paul Newman, Julie Newmar, Patricia Neal, Al Pacino, Geraldine Page, Estelle Parsons, George Peppard, Maureen Stapleton, Rip Torn, Ralph Waite, Eli Wallach, Gene Wilder, and Shelley Winters. Also recorded are discussions and lectures by Lee Strasberg, Etienne Decroux, Cheryl Crawford, and the directors unit.

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