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Ashland County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools Title: Ashland County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools: Annual Reports of School Districts, 1912-1957
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Ashland Series 14
Abstract: Annual reports, including school censuses, submitted by school district clerks and teachers to the County Superintendent of Schools. The census section provides names and information about persons less than 20 years of age residing in the school district, some family information, and student attendance and enrollment. The annual report section provides aggregate statistical information regarding number of students, teacher salaries, enrollment figures, and financial statements. Some school district's records do not include annual reports from the 1940's and later. Records for that time period consist of census reports only. Alphabetical by location/name of school district, and thereunder numerical by school district number.
Ashland County (Wis.). Treasurer Title: Ashland County (Wis.). Treasurer: Tax Rolls, 1859-1950
Quantity: 17 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Ashland Series 4
Abstract: Record of the amount of tax levied and collected on each parcel of real estate. Tax rolls typically include a legal description of the property, name of the owner, assessed valuation, tax levied, and a record of payment. This series is comprised of tax rolls from the Town of LaPointe for 1859-1870 (except 1864); Town of Bayport, 1863-1865, plus tax rolls from most civil divisions, every tenth year from 1880 to 1950.
Ashland (Wis.). Assessor Title: Ashland (Wis.). Assessor: Assessment Rolls, 1887-1965
Quantity: 10 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Ashland Series 11
Abstract: Rolls showing property (real and personal) descriptions, assessed valuations, ownership, and taxes assessed on each piece of property.
Ashland (Wis.). Clerk Title: Ashland (Wis.). Clerk: Records, 1887-1950
Quantity: 19.6 c.f. (26 archives boxes, 14 flat boxes, and 15 separate volumes)
Call Number: Ashland Series 28
Abstract: Records of the Ashland, Wisconsin Clerk, including records of the Common Council and some of its boards, city commissions and associations, the City Attorney, and financial and administrative city records created by the clerk, 1887-1950. Types of records include proceedings, reports, minutes, correspondence, financial information, ordinances, resolution, petition, chattel mortgages, and the appraisal of residential homes.
Asman, Robert, 1926- Title: Robert Asman Papers, 1960-1993
Quantity: 4.4 c.f. (11 archives boxes) and 2 tape recordings; plus additions of 23.6 c.f.
Call Number: U.S. Mss 134AF, Audio 639A; MCHC77-067; MCHC80-023; MCHC82-009; M84-319; M87-105; M89-233; M93-014; M97-117
Abstract: Papers of Robert Asman, an NBC news television producer, consisting of production files and a small quantity of miscellaneous material. The collection documents Asman's professional career with the network, and the Washington, D.C. news scene during the 1960s to the early 1990s. Although most files relate to news “specials,” there are substantial materials on the news series Congressional Report, Senate Hearings, and This is NBC News. Coverage is also good for Sunday, Sunday Report, A Conversation with the President, and The Loyal Opposition.
Aspin, Les Title: Les Aspin Papers, 1960-1998
Quantity: 104.8 cubic feet, 18 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 141 videorecordings, 60 tape recordings, and 4.8 cubic feet of photographs and negatives
Call Number: M93-052; M96-139; M2002-087; M2004-183; Micro 2106; Audio 1499A; M2014-025
Abstract: Papers, 1960-1998, of Les Aspin, a Democratic Party politician. The papers reflect his special interest and expertise in military and defense issues, issues of concern to his constituents, and life as a politician, including his many campaigns for re-election. The papers consist of mailings, articles and speeches, schedules, weekly reports, voting records and legislative profiles, campaign-related materials (including photographs), press releases, videotapes, sound recordings, and project files which include constituent correspondence, subject files on local and national issues, and briefing books. These files contain documentation on the Kenosha Chrysler plant closing and other economic issues in Kenosha, Beloit, Janesville, and Racine. Also includes public statements made by Aspin while Secretary of Defense.
Associated Charities of Janesville (Wis.) Title: Associated Charities of Janesville Records, 1886-1915
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (3 volumes)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss E
Abstract: Minute books and a volume of financial accounts and clippings of Associated Charities, an organization founded in January, 1886, to devise practical means of aiding the poor in Janesville.
Associated Milk Producers. Morning Glory Farms Region Title: Associated Milk Producers, Morning Glory Farms Region Records, 1924-1993
Quantity: 4.4 cubic feet (11 archives boxes), 31 photographs, 7 negatives (1 folder), and 3 films (16 mm)
Call Number: Mss 1063; PH 6625; AE 455-AE 456; DG 171
Abstract: Records of the Associated Milk Producers Inc., Morning Glory Farms Region (AMPI-MGF) Abbotsford, Hillsboro, and Madison plants and of a predecessor company, Madison Milk Producers Cooperative Association. AMPI-MGF was a dairy cooperative that marketed and produced dairy products throughout Wisconsin and other Midwestern states. In 1986, the Mid-States Region of AMPI merged with Morning Glory Farms to form AMPI-MGF region, resulting in membership of over 12,000 family dairy farmers. However, most of the records pertain to the history of AMPI-MGF's Madison plant, which was the main location of a predecessor company, Madison Milk Producers Cooperative Association (MMPCA). This collection documents the activities of dairy marketing and production, relations with its members, and tracks the various mergers and organizational changes focusing mainly on activities of central Wisconsin, especially the Dane County and Madison area. The collection consists of administrative records, which include minutes, by-laws, financial documents, organizational correspondence, and materials about related divisions, including the Monroe, Wisconsin based Cheese Producers' Marketing Association (CPMA). Also included are legal documents and disputes, membership materials, marketing materials, photographs, some negatives, and films.
Associated Press Managing Editors Association Title: Associated Press Managing Editors Association Records, 1935-2005
Quantity: 54.8 c.f. (138 archives boxes); plus additions of 2.4 c.f., 21 tape recordings, 2.0 c.f. of photographs, 2 photographs and 15 negatives, and 3 disc recordings
Call Number: Mss 1001; M2004-111; M2006-035; M2010-033
Abstract: Records of the Associated Press Managing Editors (APME) Association, an advisory organization (1931- ) aimed at facilitating good working relationships between the officers of the Associated Press (AP) and the managing editors of its member papers. Included are correspondence, printed committee and study group reports, financial records, newsletters, working papers, speeches and addresses, photographs and audio recordings documenting the activities of the organization. There are also files pertaining to individual AP managing editors and officers of the APME; major files include those of Don Earl Carter, Ernest Cutts, Victor Hackler, Wendell C. Phillippi, David N. Schutz, Harry L. Sonneborn, Gilbert P. Smith, and Mason Walsh.
Associated Unions of America Title: Associated Unions of America Records, 1926-1977 (bulk 1939-1977)
Quantity: 34.0 c.f. (34 record center cartons) and 5 photographs
Call Number: Mss 760; PH 3865
Abstract: Records, mainly 1939-1977, of the Associated Unions of America (AUA), a labor organization which was formed in 1939 as the Wisconsin Association of Independent Unions and which eventually represented factory and office workers in independent company unions throughout the the midwest; AUA, whose members included a large proportion of women, became part of the Office and Professional Employees International Union in 1972. Most extensively documented are locals comprised of office and professional employees of Bucyrus-Erie, Cutler-Hammer, Four Wheel Drive Auto Company, Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, and the Old Line Life Insurance Company, although some files concern factory workers employed by companies such as Appleton Coated Paper Company. Several files concern labor activities at Milwaukee Electric Railway and Light Company prior to the formation of AUA. The union's bulletin, AUA Report, is available on microfilm in the Society Library.
Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Title: Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Records, 1912-2003
Quantity: 15.8 c.f. (40 archives boxes) and 84 tape recordings; plus additions of 16.4 c.f., 7 photographs, and 4 negatives
Call Number: U.S. Mss 154AF; Audio 628A; M89-318; M2003-034
Abstract: Compiled records, 1912-2003, of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJ), an organization concerned with improvement of journalism education in the United States. The collection is an artificial creation consisting of a variety of material primarily from officers and members of the AEJ, the American Association of Teachers of Journalism and the American Association of Schools and Departments of Journalism (AASDJ). In addition, there is a significant amount of information concerning the National Council on Education for Journalism and the American Council on Education for Journalism, in which the AASDJ participated. The AEJ records constitute an important source of information on the development of journalism education in the United States. Oral history interviews with prominent AEJ members supplement the collection.
Association of American Geographers Title: Association of American Geographers Records, 1879-2013
Quantity: 151 cubic ft. (364 boxes; including 3 audio reels, 4 CD-ROMs, and 1 DVD)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 23
Abstract: This collection contains the records of the Association of American Geographers (AAG), an educational and scientific society whose purpose is to advance the field of geography. The records provide details of programs, meetings, selection and election of officials, and relationships with other organizations. Includes correspondence, minutes, photographs, publications, and reports.
Association of Black Professionals at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Title: Association of Black Professionals at UW-Milwaukee Records, 1973-1974
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Archival Collection 159
Abstract: Collection consists of minutes and correspondence documenting the activities of the association, which was formed on April 6, 1973, to address issues of concern to African American students, faculty, and staff. Included is correspondence surrounding the appointment of Chancellor Werner A. Baum.
Association of Church Musicians (Madison, Wis.) Title: Association of Church Musicians Records, 1947-2003
Quantity: 5.4 c.f. (12 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Mss 1014
Abstract: Records of both the Madison Chapter of the American Guild of Organists (AGO) and its umbrella organization, the Association of Church Musicians (ACM). The Madison chapter of the AGO first organized in 1947 as the Wisconsin Association of Church Musicians (WACM) and incorporated as a chapter of the national Guild of Organists in 1953. In 1984 the AGO was integrated into the ACM. The group organized annual programs such as the Pipe Organ Encounter, Church Music Day, and its annual choir festival, and was also responsible for establishing the Louise Fulcher Memorial Library of Sacred Choral and Organ Music in 1949 and procuring a chapel organ for the Wisconsin Veterans Hospital in 1966. The bulk of the material in the collection was produced in the course of planning the various AGO-sponsored events, registering its members, and carrying out its standard administrative functions. Also included in the collection are the papers of Ruth Pilger Andrews (1905-1996), the Madison chapter's founding member.
Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Title: Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions Records, 1967-2013
Quantity: 17.2 cubic ft. (36 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 153
Abstract: The collection features materials that date from the founding of the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions (ASAHP) in 1967. It primarily consists of papers and reports from the executive level of the ASAHP, including minutes from executive committee meetings and board of directors meetings, as well as the comprehensive agenda books that were distributed at the latter. The collection also reflects the publishing activities of ASAHP as represented in the Journal of Allied Health, Allied Health Trends (later Trends), ASAHP Update, and the many reports and findings produced by the ASAHP throughout its existence. The collection also contains occasional committee reports, ASAHP photographs, and materials from the annual conference.
Association of University of Wisconsin Faculties (La Crosse, Wis.) Title: Association of University of Wisconsin Faculties (La Crosse, Wis.) Records, 1920-1974
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: La Crosse Mss DD
Abstract: Records of the La Crosse branch of The Association of University of Wisconsin Faculties and its predecessors, the Association of Wisconsin Normal School Teachers, Association of Wisconsin Teachers Colleges, Association of Wisconsin State College Faculties, and the Association of Wisconsin State University Faculties. The records consist of constitutions, membership lists, meeting minutes, president's correspondence, and committee records. The bulk of the collection documents the participation of its members and the organization's policies representing the interests of faculty at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Association of Wisconsin Planners Title: Association of Wisconsin Planners Records, 1929-1982
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (2 record center cartons), 3 tape recordings, and 11 photographs
Call Number: Mss 740; Tape 1208A; PH Mss 740
Abstract: Records, mainly 1951-1982, of an organization of professional planners in Wisconsin which merged with the Wisconsin Chapter of the American Institute of Planners in 1982. Included are constitutions and by-laws, minutes, officers' correspondence, files on regional chapters and functional committees, photographs, and files on conferences and annual meetings which examined topics such as regional growth.
Association of Wisconsin State College Faculties Title: Association of Wisconsin State College Faculties Records, 1916-1956
Quantity: .8 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Archival Collection 147
Abstract: Collection contains miscellaneous records of an organization that was formed to promote education in general, to promote teachers education in particular, and to foster the economic welfare and professional morale of its members. Included are committee reports, meeting minutes, newsletters, and correspondence. Most of the records are from the 1940s and mid 1950s.
Astor Neighborhood Association (Green Bay, Wis.) Title: Astor Neighborhood Association Records, 1975-1979
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 173
Abstract: Research files compiled for the purpose of publishing a history of selected homes in the Astor Neighborhood of Green Bay, Wisconsin. Twenty-five photographs are included in the files.

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