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Tabacoff, David Title: David Tabacoff Papers, circa 1970s-2001
Quantity: 1.1 cubic feet (1 records center carton and 1 oversize folder) and 3 videorecordings
Call Number: M2015-022
Abstract: Papers, circa 1970s-2001, of producer David Tabacoff principally consisting of court documents and other materials related to the General Westmoreland v. CBS libel case including the courtroom sketches of the proceedings by Aggie Whelan Kenney; files on programs proposed and developed by Tabacoff including Mondo Cane (later aired as Mondo 360) and Real Money with Jim Cramer; an analysis by television producer and executive Av Westin about the state of television network news; and 3 videotapes including segments of Mondo 360, Real Money, and an ABC news special on the Westmoreland case.
Taggert, George W., 1813-1900 Title: George W. Taggert Family Papers, 1831-1939
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss SB
Abstract: A miscellaneous assortment of correspondence and other papers kept by George W. Taggert and his descendants. Family letters, a diary by Taggert in 1838, and reminiscences written in 1928 by his daughter, Hannah Taggert Patchin, describe the emigration of the family from New York state to a farm near Rochester, Racine County, Wis., in 1838, and their move in 1850 to Waupaca County, where Taggert operated a general store at Weyauwega and held a number of county and local offices. One account book for the general store, 1855-1867, is present, as is a decision book from Taggert's service as justice of the peace, 1871-1876.
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) Title: Taipei Economic and Cultural Office Collection of Taiwanese Films, 1971-1995
Quantity: 121 film reels (16 mm)
Call Number: FG 253-FG 512
Abstract: Collection of 121 Taiwanese feature films on 16 mm from 1971-1995 in Mandarin, all with English and Cantonese subtitles.
Talburt, Harold M. Title: Harold M. Talburt Cartoons, circa 1922-1959
Quantity: 3.1 cubic feet (7 archives boxes and 3 folders)
Call Number: PH 4062; PH 4062 (3); PH 4108; PH 4108 (3)
Abstract: Proofs by Harold M. Talburt, a Pulitzer Prize-winning editorial cartoonist for the Scripps-Howard newspaper chain. Also included are samples of The Spudz Family, a cartoon strip which Talburt created during the 1920s.
Tallmadge, Nathaniel Pitcher, 1895-1864 Title: Nathaniel P. Tallmadge Papers, 1812-1862
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and 4 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Wis Mss AT; Micro 7; Micro 499
Abstract: Papers of Nathaniel P. Tallmadge, a U.S. Senator from New York and Territorial Governor of Wisconsin. Included is political and family correspondence, speeches and writings, clippings, and reference materials on foreign relations and on banking and finance. Most of the letters were written to Tallmadge during his terms in the Senate and concern political matters such as his support of the United States Bank in opposition to Andrew Jackson and the enforcement of claims against France, 1834-1835. Numerous New York, Wisconsin, and national political leaders are represented in the correspondence. From 1841 to Tallmadge's appointment as Territorial Governor in 1844 there are letters from James D. Doty concerning land speculations, patronage, and politics.
Tanner Family Title: Herbert Battles Tanner Family Papers, 1790-1972
Quantity: 16 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 953
Abstract: Papers of Herbert Battles Tanner, a physician, businessman, and civic activist from Kaukauna, Wisconsin, and Eastland, Texas, and papers by or about relatives of Tanner and his wife Mary. Papers on Mary's ancestors include letters of families prominent in early Wisconsin history such as the Boyd, Lawe, Rankin, and Grignon families, and letters between Mrs. John Quincy Adams and her sister, Harriet Johnson Boyd. The collection documents the many activities of Herbert Battles Tanner such as his participation in Kaukauna church and Masonic affairs, addresses to medical societies, local Republican political activities in both Kaukauna (1890s) and Eastland (1920s), and business ventures. Operation of the Rio Tamasopo Sugar Company in Mexico involved Tanner in the economic impact of the Mexican Revolution and U.S. relations with Mexico. Tanner's historical writings on Kaukauna are also represented in the collection as are travel observations including comments on the 1877 St. Louis railroad strike. The family papers consist primarily of genealogical data gathered by Tanner and two of his children, Herbert Johnson Tanner and Blanche Lawe Tanner, and of photographs and letters written by ancestors.
Tanner, Herbert Battles, 1859-1933 Title: Herbert Battles Tanner Papers, 1739-1865, 1878-1933
Quantity: 6.0 c.f. (27 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss DJ
Abstract: Papers of Dr. Herbert Tanner of Kaukauna, Wisconsin, documenting his work as Kaukauna's first health officer; as secretary of the Fox River Valley Medical Association; as a physician, with emphasis on his services as local representative of the Chicago and Northwestern Railroad and other corporations; as mayor of Kaukauna, 1888-1896; as an investor in the Kaukauna Electric Light Company; as an active member of the South Kaukauna Congregational Church; of his candidacy for Congress in 1900; and of his work on local history, particularly the career of Captain Hendrick Aupaumut, his own genealogy, and the Stockbridge and Menominee Indians.
Tanner, Kenneth Boyd, 1883-1965 Title: Kenneth Boyd Tanner Papers, 1793-1965
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 430
Abstract: Personal, business, and family papers of Kenneth Boyd Tanner, a sugar plantation manager in San Luis Potosi, Mexico before World War I, then an insurance businessman and civic leader in Eastland, Texas. Included are papers concerning several family members as well. Correspondence concerns Tanner's experiences as a student at the University of Wisconsin (1900-1904), as an officer candidate in Kentucky during World War I, and as a Republican Party leader in Eastland in the 1950s. Letters written while managing the Rio Tamasopo Sugar Company plantation owned by his family deal with the problems caused by the Mexican Revolution of 1910 and later political turmoil. Family letters concern health, mutual acquaintances, events in Kaukauna, Wis. where Tanner was born, and experiences of his daughter, Dolores Tanner Vachliotis, while with the Hedgerow Theater in Pennsylvania in the 1940s and 1950s. Also present are genealogies of the Lawe, Boyd, Battles, Ford, and Tanner families; writings by Tanner's father, Herbert Battles Tanner; and information on a distant relative, Father Charles Francis de Vivaldi.
Tatum, Arthur Lawrie, 1884-1955 Title: Arthur Lawrie Tatum Papers, 1916-1954
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss 52PB
Abstract: Mainly professional correspondence, class lecture notes, and records of experiments of a professor of pharmacology and toxicology at the University of Wisconsin. Many papers relate to his research projects on the thyroid gland, antidotes such as picrotoxin for cocaine and barbiturate overdosage, narcotic addiction, the chemotherapy of malaria, and the use of mapharsen to treat syphilis. The collection also includes a diary recording his trip to Guatemala in 1943 for field observation of tropical diseases, copies of several speeches and articles written by him, and some records of royalties he received on drugs he had developed.
Tausche, Vincent Title: The Tausche Family
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 015
Abstract: Typewritten history of the Tausche family; written by Vincent Tausche, 1931.
Tavel, Ronald, 1941- Title: Ronald Tavel Papers, 1958-1973
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 173AN
Abstract: Papers of Ronald Tavel, poet, lyricist, and writer of avant-garde plays and motion pictures. Included are manuscript drafts of a novel Street of Stairs (1968) and copies of three plays including his three-act verse Christina's World (1958).
Taychopera Foundation Title: Taychopera Foundation Records, 1943-1975
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 3 reels of film (8 mm)
Call Number: Mss 371; EA 063-EA 065
Abstract: Records of the Taychopera Foundation, a Madison, Wisconsin non-profit organization devoted to preservation of buildings of architectural and historical significance. It was successful in preserving the Gates of Heaven Synagogue and in creating the Madison City Landmarks Commission. Included are corporate records, membership lists, financial records, correspondence, and a subject file.
Taylor County (Wis.). Register of Deeds Title: Taylor County (Wis.). Register of Deeds: Deeds and Land Patents, 1872-1929
Quantity: 5 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Taylor Series 19
Abstract: Microfilmed warranty, quit claim, and other deeds and government land patents for land located in Taylor County. Includes Homestead Patents and federal government patents from the United States General Land Offices at Eau Claire and Wausau.
Taylor, Allan, 1897- Title: Allan Taylor Papers, 1927-1967
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 147AF
Abstract: Papers of an author and journalist associated with the Atlanta Constitution, the Atlanta Journal, and the New York Times. Included are articles, book reviews, and theater reviews that Taylor wrote for the Journal, 1927-1932, and two articles which he wrote for the weekly news summary and the Sunday magazine section of the Times. Also included are promotional materials and reviews of two of Taylor's books: What Everybody Wants to Know about Wine (1934) and What Eisenhower Thinks (1952). The correspondence, 1934-1967, primarily concerns the publication of these books and a work of historical fiction for boys, Morgan's Long Rifles (1965).
Taylor, Bradley R., 1895-1963 Title: Bradley R. Taylor Papers, 1940-1958
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss EJ
Abstract: Mainly personal correspondence of Bradley R. Taylor, a resident of Rhinelander, Wis., an active Republican, an officer of the American Legion, and a member of the Polar Bear Association composed of veterans of the North Russian Expedition of 1918-1919. The letters relate mainly to three topics: the Civil Aeronautics Authority's War Training Service, a training program for non-combat pilots during World War II; Republican Party politics; and the American Legion Library. From 1942 to 1947, as representative of the American Legion and the Polar Bear Association, Taylor campaigned for better pay, more recognition, and postwar-adjustment aid for the men in the War Training Service. Among his correspondents were Hugh Fulton, chief counsel for the Senate Special Committee Investigating the National Defense Program (known as the Truman Committee); numerous senators and congressmen, and radio newscasters Earl Godwin, H. V. Kaltenborn, and Drew Pearson. Letters on politics concern mainly the national scene, particularly legislation in which the American Legion was interested. A friend and supporter of Senator Joseph R. McCarthy, Taylor wrote frequently to McCarthy, 1949-1956, concerning the anti-communist campaign, veterans' bills, and other legislation. Between 1952 and 1957 Taylor worked on behalf of the memorial section of the American Legion Library in Indianapolis. Numerous letters refer to his solicitations of books for this project.
Taylor, Fannie, 1913-2008 Title: Fannie Taylor Papers, 1937-2007
Quantity: 8.8 cubic feet (15 archives boxes and 3 record center cartons) and 9 tape recordings; plus additions of 11.0 cubic feet, 0.2 cubic feet of photographs, 2 film reels (16 mm), 2 videocassettes, 31 tape recordings, and 39 computer diskettes (5.25-inch)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 142AN; Audio 1211A; Audio 1498A; CC 456-CC 457; M90-383; M2004-115; M2009-043
Abstract: Papers of Fannie Taylor, a Wisconsin educator and art administrator who was also prominently associated with the National Endowment for the Arts during the late 1960s and 1970s. Records concerning the NEA include a draft history by Rodney Campbell, Taylor's own published history of the Endowment's first decade, her transcribed interviews with agency leaders such as Hanks, Livingston Biddle Jr., and Roger L. Stevens, and other historical research files; and other records pertaining to Taylor's work as director of program information, as director of the University of Wisconsin Memorial Union Theater, and as a founding member of the Association of College and University Concert Managers (ACUCM).
Taylor, Henry C. (Henry Charles), 1873-1969 Title: Henry C. Taylor Papers, 1896-1967
Extent: 23.0 c.f. (49 archives boxes, 5 card boxes, and 1 flat box) and 21 tape recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss BC; Tape 1261A
Abstract: Papers of Henry C. Taylor, a noted agricultural economist who was a professor at the University of Wisconsin, 1908-1919; chief of the United States Bureau of Agricultural Economics, 1922-1925; director of a comprehensive survey of rural Vermont, 1928-1931; U.S. delegate to the International Institute of Agriculture, 1933-1935; director of the Farm Foundation, 1935-1945; and the author of numerous books and articles on agricultural economics. The collection includes extensive professional correspondence, subject files, and drafts and supplementary research material related to his writing.
Taylor, J. Robert, 1876-1959 Title: J. Robert Taylor Photographs, 1898-1930
Quantity: 647 photographs, 220 negatives, and 320 pieces of ephemera
Call Number: PH 2675; PH 2676; PH 2677; PH 2678; PH 2739; PH 2767; WHi(T35); WHi(T351); WHi(T352); WHi(T355)
Abstract: Photographs made by J. Robert Taylor documenting events in Milwaukee and vicinity, circa 1898-1930. Taylor was the first staff photographer for the Milwaukee Journal newspaper. Also included are some family photographs.
Taylor, S. W. Title: S. W. Taylor Letter
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 044
Abstract: Typed copy of letter sent from S. W. Taylor to H. H. Taylor encouraging the latter to settle in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Letter dates 1852 March 1.
Taylor, Walter, 1918- Title: Walter Taylor Papers, 1854-1968
Quantity: 9.0 c.f. (22 archives boxes), 24 reels of microfilm (35mm), and 5 photographs
Call Number: Mss 334; Micro 563; PH Mss 334
Abstract: Papers of Walter Taylor, a social worker, community consultant, and representative of the American Friends Service Committee to various Indian groups. The collection consists of personal and professional correspondence and subject files, the most extensive of which relates to Taylor's involvement in the movement to prevent construction of the Kinzua Dam which flooded portions of the Seneca Reservation. Types of material included are agenda and minutes, broadsides, clippings, legal records, newsletters, notes, press releases, reports, speeches, and writings. Other subject files relate to the Seneca and other Indian tribes, a proposed open air museum, the American Indian Capital Conference on Poverty, the Illinois-Wisconsin Friends Committee, the National Congress of American Indians, the Wisconsin Indian Summer Projects, and the research Taylor did for Arthur E. Morgan's Dams and Other Disasters: A Century of Army Corps of Engineers in Civil Works. Photographs include images of the Wounded Knee Creek area on the Pine Ridge Reservation of South Dakota, circa 1956.

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