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Juanita Goold and Gerald F. Wilke Title: Juanita Goold and Gerald F. Wilke Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 1.4 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 2 flat boxes) of papers and 0.2 linear ft. (1 archives box) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 716
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Juanita Goold and Gerald F. Wilke, who both served in overseas in World War II and married shortly after the war. Juanita Goold Wilke was an officer in the Women's Army Corps (W.A.C.) who worked as a cryptographer in the European Theater. Gerald F. Wilke was a technician with the 5th Army in the North African and Mediterranean theaters. The collections consists mostly of materials relating to Juantia's service including a large number of letters she wrote home to a female friend in Madison. These letters describe W.A.C. training and her observations of the war, the people, and the places that she encountered in Europe. A scrapbook contains newspaper clippings, postcards, and pictures that compliment the events described in the letters. A diary and journal contain small entries that often repeat information from the letters or scrapbooks. Military papers include some reports dealing with the disposition of cryptographic documents, though they do not go into great detail. Also included in the collection is a scrapbook detailing Gerald's service. Photographs and paper ephemera compliment the written narrative within the book to give a brief summary of Gerald's World War II service. Photographs include many shots of Juanita in W.A.C. uniform as well as shots from W.A.C. training camps.
Julian H. Stein Studio (Milwaukee, Wis.);
Simon L. Stein Studio (Milwaukee, Wis.);
Stein, Julian H., 1883-1937;
Stein, S. L. (Simon L.), 1854-1922
Title: Stein Photograph Collection, 1883-1884, circa 1900-circa 1938
Quantity: 429 photographs (5 flat boxes)
Call Number: PH 2 (3)
Abstract: Studio portrait photographs of leading citizens of Wisconsin created by the studio of Julian H. Stein, and its predecessor, the Simon L. Stein Studio, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The photographs are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the subject, and most have biographical information about the subject affixed to the verso.
Juneau County (Wis.) Superintendent of Schools Title: Juneau County (Wis.) Superintendent of Schools: District Boundary Files, 1940-1964
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Juneau Series 20
Abstract: Files of the Superintendent of Schools, primarily documenting involvement in the process of changing boundaries of school districts, as well as participation in numerous inter-county committees responsible for determining boundary changes that crossed county lines. Included are minutes of public hearings, appeals, correspondence, orders, petitions, and other legal documents. The case files concern Mauston, Necedah, Wisconsin Dells, the towns of Lindina and Wonewoc, and other places. The inter-county files primarily consist of orders containing legal descriptions of alterations. These primarily refer to Jackson, Monroe, Sauk, and Vernon counties. Also notable are memoranda, detailed cost and assessment analyses, and a master plan for the Juneau consolidation program during the early 1950s.
Juneau County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools Title: Juneau County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools: Annual Reports of School Districts, 1912-1951
Quantity: 8.4 c.f. (21 archives boxes)
Call Number: Juneau Series 17
Abstract: Annual reports, some including school censuses, submitted by school district clerks to the county superintendent of schools. Annual reports provide aggregate statistical information regarding number of students, teacher salary, enrollment, and financial statements. Census records provide names and information about persons less then 20 years of age residing in the school district, some family information and student attendance and enrollment data. Also present are miscellaneous records including scattered Board of Education minutes, 1914-1915, and superintendent's records primarily correspondence and resolutions pertaining to alterations of school district boundaries.
Juneau County (Wis.). Treasurer Title: Juneau County (Wis.). Treasurer: Assessment Rolls, 1857-1884, 1905-1937
Quantity: 3.0 cubic feet (7 archives boxes and 4 volumes)
Call Number: Juneau Series 4
Abstract: [1] Real estate rolls showing date, owner, school district number, land description, acreage, valuations fixed by assessor and board of review, and amounts of state, county, municipal, school district, and drainage district tax, plus total tax; and [2] Personal property tax rolls showing owner, number of livestock, value of other personal items, and total valuation of personal property with total amount of taxes.
Jung, Matilda Title: Aarons-Jung-Sheuerman Family Papers, 1850-1992
Quantity: 6.6 cubic ft. (7 boxes) 1 oversize folder
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 44
Abstract: Papers of three related Jewish families, with some information on other extended relatives, mostly from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The papers were compiled by Matilda Jung. Includes family correspondence, usually discussing personal affairs, of Judge Charles Aarons, Lehman (Buz) Aarons, Louise Aarons Blosten, Matilda Jung, and other relatives; scrapbooks documenting the life of Matilda Aarons Jung and Rose Sheuerman Aarons; family histories for the Aarons, Frankel, Jung, Schram, and Sheuerman families; and photographs and photograph albums of the Aarons and Jung families.
Jung, Peter C. Title: Peter C. Jung Images of Rural Wisconsin, circa 1965-circa 1975
Quantity: 2704 transparencies (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: PH 3963
Abstract: Transparencies of rural localities in Wisconsin, circa 1965-circa 1975, made by Peter Jung. Included are images of landscapes, towns, lakes, and rivers.
Junior League of Milwaukee Title: Junior League of Milwaukee Records, 1916-2002
Quantity: 21.5 cubic ft. (23 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 306
Abstract: Records of the Junior League of Milwaukee, an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. This collection of records documents their history, membership, administration, and community-based projects.
Junior Service League of Manitowoc County (Wis.) Title: Junior Service League of Manitowoc County, 1928-1982
Quantity: 3 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 905; Green Bay Micro 31
Abstract: Records of a women's organization particularly concerned with health care and social services for expectant mothers and the young, aged, and infirm; including indexed annual reports and minutes, membership records, a history, and a 1941 constitution and 1943 directory of the Manitowoc County Council of Social Agencies.

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