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Aid Society Norden (Hudson, Wis.) Title: Aid Society Norden Records, 1912-1993
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: River Falls Mss ER
Abstract: Organizational records of the Aid Society Norden of Hudson, Wisconsin, a mutual aid society constituted by Scandinavian immigrants in 1886 and devoted to providing sickness and death benefits to members. The records consist of articles of incorporation and dissolution, constitution and bylaws, financial records, membership books, and meeting minutes.
AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin
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Title: AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin Records, 1985-2014
Quantity: 15.2 cubic ft. (35 boxes including 53 videocassettes) 7 audio cassettes 4 oversize folders
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 335
Abstract: Founded in 1985, the AIDS Resource Center of Wisconsin (ARCW) is a national model for providing comprehensive, integrated health and social services to HIV patients. The collection documents the development of ARCW from a small provider of limited social services to the largest provider of HIV-health care services in Wisconsin and the most comprehensive AIDS service organization in the United States. It includes administrative records relating to governmental advocacy, annual reports, financial statements, strategic plans, board meeting minutes, and originating documents. It also contains photographs, posters, and audiovisual material related to the fight against HIV/AIDS in Wisconsin.
Aitken, Roy E., 1882-1978;
Aitken, Harry, 1878-1956
Title: Harry and Roy Aitken Papers, 1909-1940
Quantity: 18.0 c.f. (45 archives boxes) and 51 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 9AF; Micro 561
Abstract: Papers of Harry and Roy Aitken, two brothers who pioneered in the production and distribution of motion pictures. Useful for all aspects of silent film production, the collection consists of scripts and scenarios for approximately 150 silent films, often with other production materials, and an actor index; correspondence; and business records. Financial and legal records relate to many of the Aitkens' companies, particularly the Keystone, Majestic, and New York motion picture studios and the Triangle and Tri-Stone Pictures distribution companies. A large quantity of general correspondence relates to the various companies' histories from 1909 to 1925. Among the motion picture pioneers mentioned are Louis Mayer, Mack Sennett, and Jean Hersholt. Also included are records of other Aitken film companies.

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