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Field, William O. (William Osgood), 1904-1994 Title: William Osgood Field Papers, 1927-1992
Quantity: 4.0 cubic ft. (9 boxes) 1 oversize folder 47 film reels
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 10
Abstract: Papers, mostly dating from the late 1920s and early 1930s, of geographer and glaciologist William Osgood Field. Most of the collection deals with his travels to the remote Transcaucasia region of the Soviet Union, containing films, photographs, and notes.
Fiester, Kenneth, 1911- Title: Textile Workers Union of America Oral History Project: Kenneth Fiester Interview, 1978
Quantity: 10 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 690A
Abstract: One of a series of tape-recorded oral interviews conducted with Textile Workers Union of America leaders by James A. Cavanaugh of the Historical Society staff, documenting the origins, growth, and decline of the TWUA, internal disputes, relations with other unions, and organizing drives. The interviews document textile unionism prior to the formation of the TWUA, as well as discussing major strikes and gains made through collective bargaining. Specific references are made to organizing activities in Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The Kenneth Fiester interview is part of the Textile Workers Union of America Oral History Project.
Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee Title: Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee Records, 1965-1971
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 205
Abstract: Records of the Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, a broad-based coalition which represented the majority of the Vietnam War opposition in New York City. Included are steering committee minutes, correspondence, press releases, leaflets, and logistical material on various national and local demonstrations that the committee organized and supported. Many of the files are quite fragmentary, with the most complete documentation relating to committee activities in 1966 and 1967. Prominent correspondents include Kipp Dawson, Frank Emspak, Fred Halstead, Linda Morse, and Ron Wolin. There is also a copy of remarks by Norman Mailer at an August 6, 1966, demonstration.
Filmways Television Title: The Double Life of Henry Phyfe Films, 1966
Quantity: 13 film reels (16 mm)
Call Number: CC 433-CC 445
Abstract: Thirteen episodes from the half-hour comedy television program, The Double Life of Henry Phyfe, starring Red Buttons as Henry Phyfe, an accountant who is talked into becoming a C.I.S. spy due to his close resemblance to the late spy known as U-31. Because Henry has no knowledge of the spy business, and because Henry's family is unaware of his secret life, the results are often hilarious.
Filzen, Sarah Title: Sarah Filzen Papers, 1996-1997
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box) 27 audio cassettes
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 179
Abstract: Materials from three oral history projects, relating to Cuca Records, Paramount Records, and the Park People, conducted by Sarah Filzen. The collection consists of taped interviews and transcripts for the Cuca Records and Paramount Records interviews and abstracts for the Park People interviews. The oral history projects relating to Cuca Records and Paramount Records, in which interviewees were asked about their background and their knowledge of the history of these local Wisconsin record labels, were conducted while Filzen was a graduate student in history at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Filzen's history of Paramount Records is also included in the collection. The Park People project studied changes in public policy and recreational needs in the Milwaukee County Park System. Diane Buck co-conducted several of the Park People interviews.
Fine Arts Quartet Title: Fine Arts Quartet Records, 1910-2016
Quantity: 10.6 cubic ft. (13 boxes, 2 oversize scrapbooks, and 3 oversize folders)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 30
Abstract: Records of a fine arts quartet documenting its concerts and management, and also containing personal papers of its leader, Leonard Sorkin. The general records of the quartet include reviews of FAQ concerts and feature stories on the FAQ and its members; and programs of FAQ concerts and promotional materials which thoroughly document the locales of concerts and choices of music. The FAQ's management and financial records (1945-1989) document the financial and management history of the quartet, including activities with recording companies, as well as Leonard Sorkin's role as leader of the group. Also contains the personal papers of Leonard Sorkin, including two scrapbooks (1930-1944) and soloist programs (1930-1984) concerning his life before he formed the quartet and also recount some of the events that led to the founding of the group. They also document the contacts he made with other musicians before and during World War II.
Finkelstein, David, 1929- Title: David Finkelstein Papers, 1964-1966
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 221
Abstract: Papers of a physics professor at Yeshiva University who participated in a visiting scientists program at Tougaloo College. Finkelstein also helped to found Public Radio Organization, Inc., which aimed at operating a radio station to provide central Mississippi blacks with unbiased news reporting and a community forum. Included are by-laws, minutes, correspondence, financial and legal materials, Freedom News Report newsletters, and clippings of PRO; and correspondence and grant applications of the visiting scientists program sponsored by the American Association of Physics Teachers and American Institute of Physics. Prominent correspondents include Clifford P. Case, Jacob K. Javits, Robert F. Kennedy, William Kunstler, Newton N. Minow, and Carl T. Rowan.
Finlator, William W., 1913- Title: William W. Finlator Papers, 1935-1977
Quantity: 21 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 822
Abstract: Papers of a North Carolina Baptist minister concerned with civil rights, civil liberties, ecumenism, and the Vietnam War, mainly consisting of correspondence, writings, and an alphabetical subject file. Correspondence, which is chiefly outgoing, forms two-thirds of the collection and dates primarily from the mid 1960s to the mid 1970s. Much of it is routine pastoral mail, but there are letters which touch on Finlator's social and political activism. Writings include articles, addresses, book reviews, invocations, letters to editors, broadcast commentaries, a few sermons, and related correspondence and clippings. These deal with ecumenism, labor relations, prison reform, prayer in public schools, prohibition, and Billy Graham. Most noteworthy among the subject files which are made up of additional correspondence, clippings, reports, writings, and printed matter, are those pertaining to the Baptist State Convention, the North Carolina Civil Liberties Union, the North Carolina Council of Churches, and North Carolina Advisory Committee to the U. S. Commission on Civil Rights, prisoners, and the Raleigh Committee of Clergymen Concerned with Vietnam.
Finman, Ted, 1931- Title: Ted Finman Papers, circa 1965-1971
Quantity: 9.0 c.f. (9 record center cartons)
Call Number: M2002-022
Abstract: Papers, approximately 1965-1971, of Ted Finman, a University of Wisconsin law professor, containing research materials collected for a study conducted with Stewart Macaulay of the protests, both lawful and illegal actions, against the war in Vietnam, and on governmental response to those protests at the national, state and local levels. Other information includes correspondence with and information from university administrators, city officials, police departments, lawyers, protests groups, and others.
Finseth, Leonard, 1911-1991 Title: Leonard Finseth Collection, 1942-1979
Contents: Mills Music Library Wisconsin Music Archives: 6 folders, 50 reel-to-reel tapes, 34 audiocassettes, 81 photographs
Unique Identifier: CSUMC0020-CG
Summary: Leonard Finseth (1911-1991) was a Norwegian-American folk fiddler, farmer, and factory worker from Mondovi, Wisconsin. In addition to maintaining the family farm, Finseth played and participated in fiddle festivals throughout the Midwest and published two albums of Norwegian folk music, The Hills of Old Wisconsin and Scandinavian Old Time Folk Fiddler from Wisconsin. The Finseth collection's recordings are a mix of concerts, personal recordings, and recordings of old time fiddlers who influenced Finseth. There are a large number of old time fiddle songs, with special emphasis on Norwegian tunes. Also present are photographs, newspaper articles, a reminiscence by Finseth of his World War II experiences, and other items.
First Baptist Church (La Crosse, Wis.). Halfway Creek Scandinavian Baptist Church (La Crosse County, Wis.). Title: First Baptist Church (La Crosse, Wis.) Records
General Physical Description note: 0.1 cubic feet
Call Number: Mss 044, Micro 17
Abstract: The records include a financial log book of what appears to be a youth group (1898-1916) of the Norwegian language Baptist church of Halfway Creek, once located east of Holmen in La Crosse County, Wisconsin. Also included are two volumes of official records which include lists of members and a chronological journal or log of significant church events, 1869-1903. It is believed that the Halfway Creek congregation dissolved and some members merged with the First Baptist Church in the city of La Crosse. Records of the First Baptist Church are sparse and include a 125th anniversary booklet (1852-1977), and two lists of members: 1852-1901, and members as of Jan. 1912. All Halfway Creek records were written in the Norwegian language, while those of First Baptist were written in the English language. There are no sacramental records of either congregation on this microfilm.
First Baptist Church of Madison (Wis.) Title: First Baptist Church of Madison Records, 1833-1966
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes), 3 photographs, and transparencies
Call Number: Mss 846; PH Mss 846
Abstract: Records of a Baptist congregation organized in Madison, Wisconsin in 1847. Included are minutes (1847-1911) and correspondence (1833-1864) of Lyman C. Draper and other church clerks; records of several congregational organizations and a subject file that highlights several events in the church's history. The congregation's centennial is documented by correspondence, a printed history, a scrapbook, and a historical slide lecture. The slides document the church's buildings and its ministers as well as its service under Charles Galpin to University of Wisconsin students. An additional scrapbook documenting the year 1943-1944 contains photographs representing the congregation's focus on racial understanding. Also included are brief records of the Sun Prairie Baptist Church, 1900-1907, whose members became part of the Madison congregation.
First Congregational Church (Genoa City, Wis.) Title: First Congregational Church (Genoa City, Wis.) Records, 1846-1981
Quantity: 2 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 467; Micro 936
Abstract: A constitution, meeting minutes, lists of pastors, officers, members, marriages, and baptisms, brief financial records, annual reports (1967-1981), and miscellaneous records of the First Congregational Church in Genoa City, Wisconsin.
First Congregational Church (La Crosse, Wis.) Title: First Congregational Church (La Crosse, Wis.) Records, 1852-1959
Quantity: 2.8 cubic feet (7 archives boxes) and 10 photographs
Call Number: La Crosse Mss CB; PH La Crosse Mss CB
Abstract: Records of a Congregational Church including minute books; registers containing records of pastors, deacons, members, baptisms, marriages, and deaths; church histories, directories, and other print materials; financial records; photocopies of news clipping scrapbooks; scattered records relating to Sunday School and a young people's organization; records of various church-affiliated women's organizations; and photographs of children's indoor and outdoor activities at the church, circa 1948.
First Congregational Church (Madison, Wis.) Title: First Congregational Church (Madison, Wis.) Records, 1841-1918
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 841
Abstract: Records of the First Congregational Church, organized in Madison, Wisconsin, in 1841, including minutes of the annual meetings of the congregation and meetings of the trustees and the Congregational Society, which was responsible for the secular affairs of the church. Meetings on receiving and dismissing members, pastoral relations, and other church matters are also documented. Constitutions, financial information, and lists of members are scattered throughout.
First Congregational Church (Seymour, Wis.) Title: First Congregational Church (Seymour, Wis.) Records, 1874-1980
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 131
Abstract: Records of a congregation of the United Church of Christ founded in Seymour, Wisconsin in 1874 and disbanded in 1973. The records consist of constitutions and miscellaneous historical items, minutes of meetings of the congregational and various governing boards, financial and mortgage records, membership records, and some records of the Sunday School and Ladies Auxiliary Society. Also included are papers relating to the sale of the church building in 1973 and the distribution of the proceeds.
First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ (Elkhorn, Wis.) Title: First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ (Elkhorn, Wis.) Records, 1843-1979
Quantity: 3 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Whitewater Micro 13; Micro 954
Abstract: Records of a church founded in 1843, consisting of minutes of annual congregation meetings, the Board of Trustees, the Deacons, the Church Council, and the First Congregational Society; membership records, sacramental records, treasurer's reports, and other information.
First Congregational Church, United Church of Christ (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: First Congregational Church (La Crosse, Wisconsin) Records
Physical Description: 0.1 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 045, Micro 18
Abstract: Organized on January 22, 1852, the First Congregational Church is the second oldest church in La Crosse. The First Congregational Church of La Crosse, Wisconsin is affiliated nationally with the United Church of Christ. Records on microfilm include congregational minutes, 1859-1883; lists of members received and removed, 1852-1915; baptisms, 1882-1936; and marriages, 1888-1936.
First Congregational United Church of Christ (Janesville, Wis.) Title: First Congregational United Church of Christ (Janesville, Wis.) Records, 1845-1976
Quantity: 24 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Whitewater Micro 20; Micro 2071
Abstract: Records consisting of minutes, constitutions and manuals, committee reports, membership records, weekly bulletins, church publications, photographs, records of women's, men's, youth, and other organizations within the congregation, financial and property records, files on the state conference and the Beloit Association, photographs, and other records. No sacramental record books are included.
First Congregational United Church of Christ (Lake Geneva, Wis.) Title: First Congregational United Church of Christ (Lake Geneva, Wis.) Records, 1839-1982
Quantity: 9 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Whitewater Micro 12; Micro 952
Abstract: Records of a congregation founded in 1839 as the Presbyterian Church of Geneva. Included are minutes, lists of pastors and church officers, records of the administration of the sacraments of baptism, marriage, and burial, membership records, Sunday school records, printed materials, and miscellany.
First Congregational United Church of Christ (River Falls, Wis.) Title: First Congregational United Church of Christ (River Falls, Wis.) Records, 1855-2003
Quantity: 9.3 c.f. (21 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 7 volumes)
Call Number: River Falls Mss T
Abstract: Records of the congregation and several of its organizations such as the Ladies Aid Society, Pilgrim Fellowship, Women's Fellowship, and others. Included are minutes of meetings, histories, annual reports, membership and financial records, sacramental records, Sunday bulletins, correspondence, newsclippings, and photographs.
First Evangelical Lutheran Church (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: Constitution of the German Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 271
First Evangelical Lutheran Church (La Crosse, Wis.) Title: First Evangelical Lutheran Church (La Crosse, Wisconsin) Records
Physical Description: 0.1 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 040, Micro 13
Abstract: Records of First Evangelical Lutheran Church, also called First Lutheran Church, 1859-1947, of La Crosse, Wisconsin. This congregation is affiliated with the Wisconsin Synod. Previous names were German Evangelical Lutheran Church and German Lutheran Church. This is the oldest formally organized Lutheran congregation in the city organized in 1859. The church records include baptisms, confirmations, marriages, burials, 1859-1947; and communions, 1859-1870; 1915-1968. The older records were written in the German script and language.
First Federal Savings and Loan Association (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: First Federal Savings and Loan Association (La Crosse, Wisconsin) Charter and Bylaws
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 246
Abstract: Charter and bylaws of the First Federal Saving and Loan Association in La Crosse, Wisconsin. This organization was established in 1934 and purchased by Associated Banks in 2005.
First Methodist Episcopal Church (Mineral Point, Wis.) Title: First Methodist Episcopal Church (Mineral Point, Wis.) Records, 1842-1921
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 116; Platteville Micro 3
Abstract: Records of membership, church trials, baptisms, marriages, funerals, probationers, pastors, and classes.
First Methodist Episcopal Church (River Falls, Wis.) Title: First Methodist Episcopal Church (River Falls, Wis.) Records, 1863-1978
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (6 archives boxes and 3 flat boxes)
Call Number: River Falls Mss U
Abstract: Records including minutes of the trustees and board of directors; sacramental recordbooks; histories; records of the Wesley League, Willing Workers, and other church groups; photographs; yearbooks, 1962-1966; and other records.
First Presbyterian Church (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: First Presbyterian Church (La Crosse, Wisconsin) Newsletters
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 128
Abstract: Issues of the First Presbyterian Church (La Crosse, Wisconsin) weekly church bulletin "The Visitor," 1948-1949.
First Unitarian Society (Madison, Wis.) Title: First Unitarian Society (Madison, Wis.) Records, 1867-1982
Quantity: 10.6 c.f. (21 archives boxes, 4 flat boxes, and 1 oversize folder) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Mss 297; Micro 210
Abstract: Records of a Madison, Wisconsin Unitarian congregation known for its social action endeavors and for its sanctuary designed by architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Included are articles of incorporation, meeting minutes, correspondence, newsletters, financial records, texts of radio sermons, records of the Property Committee including plans for the Wright-designed meeting house, membership lists, and programs of Sunday services. Records of the Meeting House Nursery School, of the Social Action Committee, and several other related groups are present as are records on the Wisconsin Conference of Unitarian (and Independent) Societies (1867-1903), the Unitarian Ministers' Association (1960-1961), and other outside groups.
First Unitarian Society (Milwaukee, Wis.) Title: First Unitarian Society Records, 1841-2017
Quantity: 22.4 cubic ft. (39 boxes) 12 volumes 1 oversize folder 120 audio reels 13 audio cassettes 54 safety film negatives
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 175
Abstract: This collection contains the records of the First Unitarian Society of Milwaukee, the first Unitarian-Universalist church in southeastern Wisconsin. The majority of the records date from the 1930s through the present. Earlier items include newspaper clippings from the 1840s, as well as Board of Trustees minutes from the second half of the nineteenth century. Some of the more interesting items in the collection are the original Bonds of Union for the Society, a long run of board minutes, a large number of transcribed sermons, and a more than forty-year run of the church newsletter.
First United Presbyterian Church (De Pere, Wis.) Title: First United Presbyterian Church (De Pere, Wis.) Records, 1849-1979
Quantity: 3 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Green Bay Micro 24; Micro 787
Abstract: Records, including minutes, correspondence, anniversary booklets, annual reports, constitutions, and directories.
Fischelis, Robert P., 1891-1981 Title: Robert P. Fischelis Papers, 1821-1981 (bulk 1911-1968)
Quantity: 56.0 c.f. (140 archives boxes), 8 disc recordings, 394 photographs, and 22 negatives
Call Number: Mss 619; Disc 198A; PH 3979; PH 3980; PH 3981
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1911-1968, of Robert P. Fischelis, a pharmaceutical administrator, educator, speaker, advocate and leader. The collection consists mainly of correspondence, and details Fischelis' career as dean and professor at New Jersey College of Pharmacy and Ohio Northern University; advocate for the professional status of pharmacy in the health field; organization administrator; and leader in the development of educational standards, legislation and regulation. The collection includes materials related to many pharmaceutical organizations and government agencies, especially the New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and American Pharmaceutical associations; the New Jersey Board of Pharmacy, and U.S. Public Health Service; War Production Board; and the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Correspondents include H.V. Arny and Francis E. Stewart. Also included are personal papers of Fischelis and his wife, Juanita Deer Fischelis (1896-1983), and their families, including genealogies of the Deer and Reid families.
Fischer, Ernest G., 1902-1997 Title: Ernest G. Fischer Papers, 1941-1966
Quantity: 7.6 c.f. (19 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 79AF
Abstract: Papers of Ernest Fischer, an Associated Press correspondent and journalism educator, consisting of press releases, dispatches, notes, and correspondence pertaining to various United Nations agencies, the 1948 Olympics, the World Council of Churches, and other organizations and events which Fischer covered. Also included are personal materials on his experiences during World War II: a brief recollection of his internment at Bad Nauheim, 1941-1942; two longer unpublished works on the same subject (a book and a play); copies of the Bad Nauheim internees' newspaper; a brief manuscript on Nazi propaganda; and three wartime diaries. The diaries concern the internment, his service as a European war correspondent in 1945, and his assignment in Vienna and London in 1946.
Fischer, John, 1910-1978 Title: John Fischer Papers, 1933-1970
Quantity: 4.8 c.f. (12 archives boxes); plus additions of 2.8 c.f. and 1 tape recording
Call Number: U.S. Mss 30AF; MCHC68-107; Audio 111A; MCHC70-116
Abstract: Papers of John Fischer, an author and journalist who was editor-in-chief of Harper's Magazine, 1953-1969. Correspondence, 1945-1963, concerns the editing of Harper's, Fischer's own writing, and his work on the 1956 Presidential campaign for Adlai E. Stevenson. Among the prominent correspondents are Walter Lippmann, Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Theodore C. Sorenson, and Benjamin M. Spock. Fischer's writings are represented by drafts, notes, and related materials for three books (Why They Behave Like Russians, 1947; Master Plan, U.S.A., 1951; and The Stupidity Problem and Other Harassments, 1964); drafts of his column “The Editor’s Easy Chair;” free-lance articles; addresses; and clippings. Other records document Fischer's personal life and background.
Fischer, Nicholas Allan Title: Nicholas Allan Fischer Papers, 1964-1965
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 544
Abstract: Photocopied papers of Nicholas Fischer, a former University of Wisconsin student who worked as an organizer for the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party in Sharkey County, Mississippi, in 1965. Included is personal correspondence, party papers, flyers, and leaflets. Earlier correspondence concerns fund-raising efforts that Fischer conducted among University of Wisconsin students to support Mississippi civil rights workers.
Fischetti, John Title: John Fischetti Papers, 1940-1997
Quantity: 6.0 c.f.
Call Number: MCHC81-088; MCHC82-071
Abstract: Papers of an editorial cartoonist for the Newspaper Enterprise Association (NEA, Inc.), the New York Herald Tribune, the Chicago Daily News, and the Chicago Sun-Times. The papers document the publication of his book, Zinga Zinga Za!, an anthology of his cartoons; his sometimes-contentious relationship with the public and the politicians he skewered; his philanthropic work with the Fresh Air Fund; and his relationships with his fellow cartoonists and writers, such as Herblock, Studs Terkel, Mike Royko, Bill Mauldin, and Mort Walker. The Get Well material includes original cartoon art from his peers. There is also a large volume of correspondence with Adlai Stevenson, the staff of President Lyndon Baines Johnson and President Richard Nixon, and President Dwight D. Eisenhower. His personal relationship with LBJ after the President left office is also documented.
Fish Creek Park Company Title: Fish Creek Park Company Records, 1892-1970
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box and 1 roll)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 88
Abstract: Fragmentary records of a small land development company in Ozaukee County, Wisconsin, documenting the development of Fairy Chasm, an area known for its environmental beauty; its controversial partial annexation into the village of Bayfield; and the sale of some acreage to the organization Nature Conservancy.
Fish, Carl Russell, 1876-1932 Title: Carl Russell Fish Papers, 1852-1932
Quantity: 4.4 c.f. (10 archives boxes and 2 card file boxes) and 14 photographs
Call Number: Wis Mss HS; PH 6531
Abstract: Correspondence, photographs, lectures, and writings, mainly 1891-1932, of Carl Russell Fish, a professor of American history at the University of Wisconsin.
Fish, Ody J., 1925-2007 Title: Ody J. Fish Papers, 1960-2005
Quantity: 8.0 cubic feet (5 records center cartons, 1 archives box, and 4 flat boxes), 0.2 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box), 1 tape recording, and 1 videorecording
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 105; PH Milwaukee Mss 105; Audio 1713A; VHB 811
Abstract: Papers of Ody J. Fish, former chairman of the Republican Party of Wisconsin (1965-1970), Republican National committee person (1971-1984), and member of the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin (1970-1987). His papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, election statistics, transcripts, minutes, resolutions, press releases, speeches, scrapbooks, and photographs.
Fishel, Barbara A., 1918-1986 Title: Barbara A. Fishel Papers, 1951-1965
Quantity: 6.2 c.f. (16 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 793
Abstract: Papers of Barbara A. Fishel, a production assistant for radio and television; consisting of annotated mimeograph scripts, timing sheets, schedules, cast lists, and other production material for NBC variety and musical programs such as the Bob Hope Buick Show, Colgate Comedy Hour, Dinah Shore Chevy Show, Jerry Lewis Show, Saturday Night Review, and Up to Paar.
Fishel, Leslie H., Jr., 1921-
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Title: Leslie H. Fishel, Jr. Papers, 1939-1999
Quantity: 4.8 c.f. (12 archives boxes), 15 photographs (2 folders), and 1 drawing (1 folder)
Call Number: Mss 943; PH Mss 943
Abstract: Papers of Leslie H. Fishel, Jr., an historian, director of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin (1959-1969), president of Heidelberg College (1969-1980), and director of the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Center (1980-1988). Included are personal correspondence including extensive letters regarding his service in the Navy during World War II, professional correspondence, speeches and writings, and papers pertaining to activities for Oberlin College, the First Congregational Church of Madison, the Friends of the Urban League in Madison, and the University YMCA. Many of the speeches were delivered as a representative of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin or as president of Heidelberg College. The writings reflect his interest and knowledge of African-American history. Photographs in this collection include images of Fishel during his Naval service, portraits, and group pictures. There is also a caricature of Fishel when he became director of the Society.
Fisher, Burton R., 1917- Title: Burton R. Fisher Papers, 1930-1967
Quantity: 14 reels of microfilm (35 mm); plus additions of 2.0 cubic feet
Call Number: Micro 821; Green Bay Micro 26; M2010-007
Abstract: Papers created and collected by Burton R. Fisher, a University of Wisconsin sociology professor, who was a member of the Menominee Indian Study Committee (MISC). The collection includes a variety of material created by Fisher and used for reference purposes. Major sections of the papers are a file of legislation and related papers, consisting of federal and Wisconsin bills, drafts, reports of hearings, and other items; an extensive run of minutes and announcements of meetings of the Menominee Advisory and General Councils; and a large reference file of reports and papers regarding the economic, political, and social history and conditions of the Menominee Indians. Other papers include correspondence; scattered records of the Committee, Menominee Enterprises, Menominee Mills, and the Menominee Indian Agency; copies of the Menominee Indian Tribal Roll; and news clippings. Many of the papers have been annotated by Fisher.
Fisher, Donald E. Title: Donald E. Fisher Papers and visual materials,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (2 half archives boxes) of papers, and 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box, 1 folder, and 17 negative flaps) of photographs, and 1.18 gigabytes (452 files in 91 folders) of digital files and 1 digital video disc.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1858
Abstract: Papers and still images of Donald E. Fisher, a Madison, Wisconsin resident who served with the PT boat squadrons of World War II. The collection includes a detailed photographic record of the progress of Donald's service, from his enlistment in Daytona Beach, Florida, service in both the European and Pacific theaters, to his discharge in Hawaii. Papers include his personal diary and manuscripts, which document the trials and tribulations faced by him and his fellow crew members. Of particular interest is the Blue Jackets manual which doubled as his diary, containing a detailed timeline of Donald's ports of call in the European theater of operations, photographs and a documentary on the skirmish between his squadron and a German convoy off the coast of Jersey, and memoirs and photographs of D-Day. Also included are photographs and records of Donald's family and his post-war life, which is illustrated in memoirs celebrating his life as well as correspondence detailing his graduation from college and job search after the war. Also included in the collection is a research file dedicated to documenting the PT boats and crews of the Second World War, organized by boat number, which includes a poster showcasing the unit art of each squadron from the war, a video documentary on the recovery of the wreck of PT 509, and a disc of digitized records and photographs both from Donald himself as well as other PT sailors he knew personally.
Fisher, Walter S., 1894-1956 Title: Walter S. Fisher Papers, 1942-1948
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Northland Mss T
Abstract: Papers of Fisher, a Wisconsin Republican Assemblyman representing Florence, Forest, and Oneida counties; including fragmentary correspondence and campaign materials, and transcripts of meetings of the Joint Legislative Committee on Pension and Retirement Plans, 1945-1946, and a subcommittee of the Joint Interim Committee on Veterans' Legislation, 1946.
Fisher-Fallgatter Milling Co. (Waupaca, Wis.) Title: Fisher-Fallgatter Milling Co. Records, 1888-1979
Quantity: 6.8 c.f. (4 record center cartons, 6 card boxes, 1 flat box) and 4 tape recordings
Call Number: Stevens Point Mss BR; Tape 1386A
Abstract: Records, mainly 1941-1969, of the Fisher-Fallgatter Milling Co. of Waupaca, Wisconsin, a water-powered flour mill founded in 1884 as the Crescent Roller Mills. Shortly after the turn of the century the mill began concentrating on rye and selling its product on a national market. The business closed in 1969 due to changes in transportation, but was briefly reopened in 1979 as a private museum. The collection documents day-to-day operations of the firm's last 25 years including purchase of grain from local producers; flour sales to eastern bakers and brokers; maintenance and repair of the dam and milling equipment; purchase of supplies and pest management services; financial and production record keeping; and developing new markets such as flour sales to E. I. Dupont & Company for use in dynamite manufacturing. The records consist of correspondence, routine financial and operational records, a history by Polly Athan and a small amount of historical background, and oral history interviews with former owner Don Fallgatter and two employees. Although few of the financial and operational records are complete they provide representative documentation.
Fishman, Meyer, 1914-1976 Title: Meyer Fishman Photographs, 1946-1972
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box) 4 safety film negatives
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 52
Abstract: The collection is largely made up of photographs depicting the "human chess games," organized by Meyer Fishman after his release from the concentration camp Bergen-Belsen, which entertained fellow Holocaust survivors awaiting resettlement. Other photographs are of Meyers' Food Bulk Store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Also contains negatives of all the prints found in the collection.
Fisk Family Title: Fisk Family Papers, 1813-1931
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (7 archives boxes and 1 flat box) and photographs
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 22; PH Green Bay Mss 22
Abstract: Business and personal papers of four generations of the Fisk Family of Green Bay and Fort Howard, Wisconsin, primarily documenting the operations of the land and lumber company, W.D. Fisk and Co., during the 1870s and 1880s. Business records consist of letterbooks, cashbooks, journals, ledgers, and two volumes listing shipments to the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad and other customers. The personal papers document only a few members of the family, primarily the line that descended from Joel S. Fisk to his son William Justin Fisk and then to his son Wilbur Driggs Fisk and his children Hiram Fisk and Mary Newton Fisk. Included is fragmentary correspondence; legal account books of Joel Fisk (1838-1842); letters to Eva Cornell Fisk from her maternal cousin, William Haight, a Justice Department inspector; snapshots and letters written by Hiram Fisk during a trip to China and Japan in 1915; a scrapbook, honeymoon letters, and DAR application of Mary Fisk Newton; and miscellaneous letters to and from Martha Driggs Ryan, aunt of Wilbur D. Fisk. Also included are biographical clippings and portraits of a few members of the Fisk and Driggs families. The original photographic prints are available at the Green Bay Area Research Center; copies are in Madison.
Fitch, John A. (John Andrews), 1881-1959 Title: John A. Fitch Papers, 1897-1974
Quantity: 14.4 c.f. (36 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 937
Abstract: Papers, 1897-1974, of John A. Fitch, an expert in the field of labor relations and related social legislation as an author, editor, labor economist, theorist, teacher and arbitrator. The papers consist of biographical materials, student papers, correspondence, investigative journalism files, arbitration case files, lecture and source materials, research files, and writings and speeches.
Fitschen, John D., 1936- Title: John D. Fitschen Interview, 1975
Quantity: 5 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 591A
Abstract: Tape-recorded interviews conducted in June 1975 by James A. Cavanaugh of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin staff with John D. Fitschen, general manager of Wisco Hardware Company, concerning factors leading to the 1976 liquidation of Wisco and Fitschen's opinions on the influences of big business on the American economy, the problems of small businesses in an economy of bigness, how wage-price freezes hurt small companies, and the psychology of businessmen.
Fitzgerald, Florence Patton, 1898- Title: Florence Patton Fitzgerald Papers, 1860-1952
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 13 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: Mss 270; PH 1597
Abstract: Papers of Florence Patton FitzGerald (Mrs. W. Norman FitzGerald, Jr.) of Milwaukee, Wis. and of other family members. Correspondence describes Florence Patton's trip to England, France, Belgium, the Netherlands, and Switzerland in 1920, and her work as a driver for the Comite Americain pour les regions devastees de la France (C.A.R.D.) in 1921. Correspondence to Mrs. FitzGerald from Mabel Finch (later Mrs. Gaul), 1938-1952, describes upperclass English family life during World War II, especially German bombing raids, employment, war news, and British prisoners of war, particularly Mrs. Finch's brother, Norman Shuttleworth. Post-war subjects include food shortages, the Labour government, travel, and family affairs. One letter from Sadie Harris in 1942 describes destruction of U.S. shipping by German submarines off the Florida coast. The collection also includes material regarding William FitzGerald as inspector of vessels at Milwaukee (1887-1898), and regarding his ship, Red, White and Blue (1869), and a 1908 lake trip. The photographs date circa 1860-1910 and are portraits related to the FitzGerald family.
Fitzgerald, M. Eleanor (Mary Eleanor), 1877-1955 Title: M. Eleanor Fitzgerald Papers, 1915-1974
Quantity: 3.8 cubic ft. (7 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 13
Abstract: The collection mainly consists of the papers of M. Eleanor Fitzgerald, a Wisconsin born Seventh Day Adventist sanatorium worker, literary agent, theatrical manager, and associate editor of the anarchist magazines, The Blast and Mother Earth Bulletin. Also included in the collection are correspondence, passports, diaries, play programs, memorabilia, and photographs documenting Fitzgerald's life and activity in the anarchist/labor movement, and in the Provincetown Playhouse. Correspondence included associates and friends such as; the anarchists Alexander Berkman and Emma Goldman, writers or theatrical administrators, E.E. Cummings, Susan Glaspell, Paul Green, James Lights and Eugene O'Neill, long-time friend Pauline Turkel, and Danish tenor Mischa Lèon. Photographs in this collection span the period of 1890 to the 1950s and include images of, Alexander Berkman, Emma Goldman, Ben Reitman, Eugene O'Neill, and Paul Robeson, also included are Fitzgerald and her family members, colleagues at the Seventh Day Adventist sanatoria in Battle Creek and Chicago. The particular strengths of the Fitzgerald collection are the Alexander Berkman material, and the materials on the Provincetown Playhouse.
Fitz-Gibbon, Bernice, 1894-1982 Title: Bernice Fitz-Gibbon Papers, 1937-1977
Quantity: 4 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 1097
Abstract: Papers of Bernice Fitz-Gibbon, an advertising executive who was one of the leading career women of the mid-twentieth century. Included are advertising copy written while in the employ of the Gimbels and Wanamaker's stores (1939-1954) and for her own firm, Bernice Fitz-Gibbon, Inc. (1954-1962); biographical material and publicity; speeches, articles, columns, and other writings; and personal miscellany. Many of the shorter writings concern the advertising field and her ideas on the position of women in business and as homemakers and consumers.
Fitzpatrick, Edward A. (Edward Augustus), 1884-1960 Title: Edward A. Fitzpatrick Papers, 1914-1960
Quantity: 4.8 c.f. (12 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss AZ
Abstract: Papers of Fitzpatrick, a prominent Milwaukee educator, consisting mainly of drafts of articles, book reviews, contracts, drafts for books, reports, and speeches, mostly on educational philosophy and criminology. Many of Fitzpatrick's writings were for the Catholic School Journal. Also includes some correspondence with editors and publishers, and notebooks of research notes and biographical materials.

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