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Bates, Daisy, 1914?-1999 Title: Daisy Bates Papers, 1946-1966
Quantity: 2.2 cubic feet (6 archives boxes), 6 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 4 tape recordings, and 123 photographs (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: Mss 523; Micro 801; Audio 814A; PH Mss 523; PH Mss 523 (3)
Abstract: Papers of Daisy Bates, a civil rights activist who as a former head of the Arkansas NAACP was a leading figure in the desegregation of the Little Rock schools in 1957. Included in the collection are general correspondence, primarily relating to Mrs. Bates' speaking and writing; speeches and biographical statements; and microfilm copies of drafts of her 1962 memoir The Long Shadow of Little Rock. Also available on microfilm are clippings pertaining to Mrs. Bates, her husband, L. C. Bates (publisher of the Arkansas State Press), and the school desegregation crisis in general; research files on the nine students who integrated Central High School; and behavioral record cards of many Central High School students, 1955-1958. Records of the Arkansas and Little Rock NAACP chapter as kept by Mrs. Bates include legal documents, minutes, printed memos, financial statements, correspondence, transcripts of telephone conversations, and a discussion between NAACP officer Clarence Laws and the nine students. Tapes in the collection contain portions of an interview with Mrs. Bates, a general discussion of the situation in Little Rock, and a speech by Orval E. Faubus. The photographs document the activities of Mrs. Bates and her involvement in the desegregation of Central High School and subsequent related events from 1957-1960. Included are images of Mrs. Bates, L.C., the Little Rock Nine students, and others involved in the desegregation events. Additional images document the violence that occurred as a result of this effort.
Heikkinen, Dale Title: Dale Heikkinen Papers, 1900-1997
Quantity: 0.5 c.f. (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder), 170 photographs, 7 transparencies, and 20 photocopies in 1 archives box and 1 folder, and 5 videorecordings
Call Number: Northland Mss 5; PH Northland Mss 5; VHA 478-VHA 481; VHA 976
Abstract: Material collected by Dale Heikkinen, mainly relating to his family, especially his father, Leo Heikkinen, an inventor and manufacturer of logging equipment; to the family business, Prentice Hydraulics; and to the history and economic development of Prentice, Wisconsin. Included is a folder of information about George Elliot MacKinnon, a prominent local doctor. There is also genealogical information about the Pokela family (Heikkinen's mother's family) and information about the history and folklore of Finns in Wisconsin, particularly in the Brantwood area.
Kendrick, Dale, 1928-2003 Title: Dale Kendrick Materials related to "The Scroll" Sculpture in La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archival binder)
Call Number: MSS 137
Abstract: "The Scroll" was designed by Dale Kendrick and constructed between 1990 and 1998 with the support of the City of La Crosse Downtown Sculpture Committee, and the Lunde Foundry (Holmen, Wis.). In kind donations were accepted from local businesses and Hieroglyphic tablets were sold to patrons to raise money for the project. The Scroll was dedicated on 06/27/1998. Materials are arranged chronologically, with tabs placed to mark the years. The photographs have been kept in original order, which is generally chronological, though photographs of the hieroglyphic panels would predate photographs of the dedication ceremony.
Kendrick, Dale, 1928-2003 Title: Dale Kendrick Materials Related to the "Nein the Stein - Save the Skyline" Campaign in La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archival binder)
Call Number: MSS 138
Abstract: "The World's Largest Stein" was designed by Susan Sompsen in 1993, and proposed to be built as a tourist attraction in La Crosse, Wisconsin, at an estimated cost of $1,000,000. The structure was meant to stand 75 feet tall with shops, galleries, and a pub. Dale Kendrick organized a "Nein the Stein - Save the Skyline" campaign to petition against the stein that same year, which affected city council and public opinions, and caused Sompsen to consider building in Black River Falls, Wisconsin, instead, at an estimated cost of nearly $10,000,000. Though ground was eventually broken, the stein was never built. Materials are arranged chronologically in a binder, with tabs placed to mark the months and years.
Treleven, Dale Title: Dale Treleven Research Papers, 1918-1945
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 17 photographs
Call Number: M2011-051; PH 4015
Abstract: Research and primary source material on Wisconsin agricultural organizations, cooperatives, and agricultural policy matters from 1918-1945, consisting of newspaper quotations, meeting minutes excerpts, files on various individuals and an index of farmers organizations and cooperatives such as the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation, Wisconsin Farmers Union, and Wisconsin Cooperative Milk Pool. Also included is a letter from Walter M. Singer and transcripts of interviews conducted by Treleven.
Wasserman, Dale, 1917- Title: Dale Wasserman Papers, 1946-1983
Quantity: 9.8 c.f. (1 record center carton, 22 archives boxes, 1 package) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: U.S. Mss 67AN; Tape 1095A
Abstract: Papers of Dale Wasserman, a playwright, screenwriter, and television dramatist. In the collection are scripts and drafts, many bearing informative annotations; correspondence; clippings; outlines; and production notes. Files from Wasserman's award-winning television writing, which primarily date from the 1950's, are most extensive for Armstrong Circle Theatre (CBS), The Citadel (ABC), Climax (CBS), Kraft Television Theatre (NBC), DuPont Show of the Month (CBS), and The Power and the Glory (CBS). Also from this period are materials on the teleplay “I, Don Quixote,” written for the DuPont Show of the Month, which Wasserman subsequently adapted for the Broadway stage as Man of La Mancha (1965). Extensive holdings on this production include unused lyrics by W. H. Auden. Also well represented among his stage plays is One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1963), the records of which include a script annotated by Ken Kesey, author of the book of the same name. For Livin' the Life (1957), written with Bruce Geller, and Cafe Crown (1964) there are advertising posters and for The Wind Blows Free (1950), water color renderings of the sets are included. Film writing is represented by produced and unproduced titles, primarily Cleopatra (20th Century-Fox, 1963), The Vikings (UA, 1958), and Quick Before It Melts (MGM, 1965).
- - - Title: Dallas Films, 1978-1991
Quantity: 7 film reels
Call Number: FG 589-FG 595
Abstract: 7 episodes from the hour-long television program Dallas, which aired on CBS from 1978 to 1991. The show told the story of the Ewing family and their oil business in Texas.
Trumbo, Dalton, 1905-1976 Title: Dalton Trumbo Papers, 1905-1962
Quantity: 17.8 c.f. (45 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 2 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 8 tape recordings, 133 dictabelts, 13 disc recordings, and photographs
Call Number: U.S. Mss 24AN; Micro 2008; Audio 283A-290A; Audio 702A; Audio 1229A; Disc 7A; Disc 19A; Lot A94; Lot B11
Abstract: Papers of Dalton Trumbo, an author and writer of motion picture scripts who, as one of the Hollywood Ten, was imprisoned following 1947 hearings before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. The collection offers remarkably complete documentation of his work and the blacklisting to which he was subjected until 1960. It includes correspondence, writings, financial records, recordings, and subject files on HUAC and the Hollywood Ten. Correspondence, 1925-1962, includes letters to his wife and family concerning his experiences as a correspondent during World War II, his prison experiences in 1950 and 1951, as well as many letters to and from agents, playwrights, producers, and other members of the Ten. Numerous letters relate to the Congressional hearings, his work as a black market writer under assumed names during the 1950s, and his attitudes toward blacklisting. Among his correspondents are Alvah Bessie, Herbert Biberman, E.Y. Harburg, John Huston, Gordon Kahn, Garson Kanin, Murray Kempton, Ring Lardner Jr., John Howard Lawson, Carey McWilliams, Albert Maltz, David Merrick, Dore Schary, Herman Shumlin, and Sam Zimbalist. Some correspondence is present only in dictated form.
Bessie, Dan Title: Dan Bessie Papers, 1966-2006
Quantity: 11.2 cubic feet, 8 audio recordings, 98 photographs, 106 negatives, 257 transparencies, 51 film reels, and 53 videorecordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 1200; Audio 1805A; AE 224-AE 226; AE 231-AE 240; AE 424; AE 647-AE 654; CC 467-CC 482; CC 502-CC 507; GA 843-GA 844; VBC 413-VBC 414; VBC 650-VBC 651; VFA 134-VFA 171; VHB 800-VHB 806; VHB 808-VHB 810; VHB 944
Abstract: Papers, primarily 1966-2006, of Dan Bessie, an educational and narrative filmmaker, who also worked in advertising, theater, and television. Bessie is the author of two memoirs, one on his family and the other on his career in the film industry. The collection includes correspondence, scripts and outlines, production materials, book manuscripts and proofs, storyboards and artwork, photographs, film prints, videos, and audio tapes. Many of the projects involve his father, Alvah Bessie, either as collaborator or as subject.
Summers, Dana Title: Dana Summers Editorial Cartoons, 2007
Quantity: 8 cartoons (1 folder)
Call Number: PH 6571
Abstract: Original political cartoons created by Dana Summers for the Orlando Sentinel, representing national and international political issues.
Dane County (Wis.). Clerk Title: Dane County (Wis.). Clerk: Agricultural and Dairy Statistics, 1857-1914
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Dane Series 41
Abstract: Statistics filed with the county clerk by town assessors. Agricultural statistics show amount of principal crops grown during the preceding year, acreages growing during the reporting year, and number and value of dairy products and livestock. Dairy statistics show name, value and location of creameries, cheese factories, and milk condenseries, number of patrons and contributory cows, pounds of milk received and butter, cheese, and condensed milk produced, and names and addresses of owner or manager and operator.
Dane County (Wis.). Clerk Title: Dane County (Wis.). Clerk: Poll lists, 1839-1926
Quantity: 8.4 c.f. (21 archives boxes)
Call Number: Dane Series 35
Abstract: Lists of names of voters. Also shows election district, date, and type of election. Occasionally shows polling place, ballots voted, and inspector's oaths. Holdings are incomplete.
Dane County (Wis.). Coroner Title: Dane County (Wis.). Coroner: Case Files, 1954-1987
Quantity: 60.0 c.f (152 archives boxes) and 2 reels of microfilm (16mm)
Call Number: Dane Series 312
Abstract: Files containing information compiled by the coroner about deaths occurring in Dane County. This series does not include unsolved homicides, and files from 1920 and later do not include any homicides. Each case is summarized in a coroner report which provides both pertinent information about the deceased and findings as to cause and date of death. Files on traffic deaths typically include traffic reports filed by the police. Files on deaths involving negligence, abuse, or foul-play typically include autopsy reports and inquest transcripts. Files on suicides include copies of suicide notes where applicable. In addition, news clippings and police photographs are present in some files.
Dane County (Wis.). Department of Public Welfare Title: Dane County (Wis.). Department of Public Welfare: Welfare Relief Case Files, 1928-circa 1963
Quantity: 75.0 cubic feet (75 records center cartons)
Call Number: C1997/066
Abstract: Individual case files documenting the monetary assistance given from county funds to persons in need. Files include applications for relief, field worker's report sheets which contain narrative accounts of case background, face sheets containing factual information about the applicant, financial disbursement sheets, correspondence, and related documents.
Dane County (Wis.). District Attorney Title: Dane County (Wis.). District Attorney: Selected Case Files, 1962-1981
Quantity: 40.0 cubic feet (40 records center cartons); plus additions of 1.0 cubic foot
Call Number: Dane Series 340; C2018/023
Abstract: A collection of case files produced by the Dane County District Attorney, including adult misdemeanors and felonies. The cases were selected primarily for their historical significance, which was determined based upon their impact upon the community and the attention they received from the news media. Prominent or common case subjects include: abortion; arson; animal abuse; assault and battery; assault on a police officer; bail jumping; bombing; contributing to the delinquency of a minor; distribution of obscene material; the Dow Protest; driving while intoxicated; escaping from custody; false imprisonment; fraud; gambling; gun-related offenses; homicide; indecent exposure; narcotics; prostitution; tax evasion; and theft.
Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds Title: Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds: Deeds, 1839-1886
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (9 archives boxes) and 53 reels of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Dane Series 59
Abstract: Warranty, quit, and tax deeds are included in this series. Records show names of persons involved in land transfers and give a description of the land. The paper records date 1855-1870 and are incomplete. The microfilm portion dates 1839-1886 and offers a more complete set of deeds.
Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds Title: Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds: Grantor/Grantee Indexes, 1835-1915
Quantity: 22 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Dane Series 99
Abstract: This series indexes Dane County deed record volumes (Dane Series 59) by names of grantors (sellers) and grantees (purchasers) of deeds and mortgages to real estate. Includes date recorded, names of grantor and grantee, description of property, and volume and page where recorded.
Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds Title: Dane County (Wis.). Register of Deeds: Miscellaneous Record Volumes, circa 1854-1916
Quantity: 11 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Dane Series 278
Abstract: Miscellaneous records documenting the selling of land, the granting of land, and taxes. Also included are records of the General Land Office.
Dane County (Wis.). Sheriff Title: Dane County (Wis.). Sheriff: Jail Register, 1872-1959
Quantity: 5.0 c.f. (1 archives box and 14 separate volumes)
Call Number: Dane Series 4
Abstract: Register of Dane County jail bookings listing register number, name, sex, age, race, civil condition, birthplace, parentage, residence, occupation, habits, education, offense, length or fine of sentence, type of court of magistrate, date of admission and discharge, how discharged, previous committals and history, description of individual, and remarks as to disposition of case.
Dane County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools Title: Dane County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools: Annual Reports of School Districts, 1863-1891, 1912-1965
Quantity: 28.6 c.f. (27 archives boxes and 52 volumes)
Call Number: Dane Series 140
Abstract: Annual reports submitted by the Dane County Superintendent of Schools to the State Superintendent of Public Instruction (1863-1891) and annual reports submitted by school district clerks and teachers to the County Superintendent (1912-1965). Included are Annual Reports of School Districts and School Census forms. Narrative annual reports prepared by the Superintendent for West Dane County only are present for 1937 and 1939-1963. The 1863-1891 reports contain the information categories general statistics, kinds of textbooks used, schoolhouse data, and financial statements. The 1912-1965 reports provide information on student enrollment and attendance, names of persons less than twenty years of age residing in the school district, names of teachers, details about particular schools, and school financial statements.
Dane County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools Title: Dane County (Wis.). Superintendent of Schools: School Histories, 1920-1921, 1946-1947
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Dane Series 313
Abstract: Brief histories of schools in East Dane County written primarily by grade school students under teacher supervision. These school histories appear to have been written in either the 1920-21 or 1946-47 school years for history class credit. Drawings, graphs, newspaper clippings, and photographs are also included with some of the reports.
Dane County (Wis.). Treasurer Title: Dane County (Wis.). Treasurer: Tax Rolls, 1839-1975
Quantity: 1220 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Dane Series 90
Abstract: Microfilmed real estate and personal property assessment rolls and tax rolls for towns, villages, and cities in Dane County, excluding the city of Madison. Most tax rolls show owner's name; range, town, and section; description of land; number of acres; valuation of real or personal property; and amounts of taxes levied for town, county, state, school, poor, and road tax purposes and for special assessments. Also shown are total tax, by whom paid and date, delinquent taxes returned to the county treasurer, collector's fees, and remarks.
Dane County Arts Council (Wis.) Title: Dane County Arts Council Records, 1967-1982
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (5 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Mss 639
Abstract: Records of the Dane County Arts Council, an organization in existence from 1975 to 1980 that was responsible for coordinating and promoting the development of the arts in the Dane County, Wisconsin area. The collection consists of constitutions and by-laws, planning documents, and other organizational materials; minutes, correspondence, and reports of the board of directors and the staff; press releases, newsletters, and other publications; program files; financial records; and information collected on other state and local arts organizations. The program files variously include proposals for grant funding, correspondence, and financial reports, but few narrative evaluations of the council's innovative projects are included. Best represented are projects aimed at senior citizens and one program which employed artists with CETA funds.
Dane County Farmers' Market Title: Dane County Farmers' Market Records, 1972-2014
Quantity: 7.8 cubic feet (7 records center cartons and 3 archives boxes), and 25 photographs and 3 contact sheets (1 folder)
Call Number: Mss 1212; PH 7085
Abstract: Records, 1972-2014, of the Dane County Farmers' Market (DCFM), a producer-only farmers' market held in Madison, Wisconsin, that began operating on September 30, 1972. The bulk of the collection consists of applications from market vendors and membership applications, as well as market rules, brochures, member newsletters, letters to market vendors, season stall contracts, and inspection records. Also included are studies and surveys (1980-2010) related to marketing research, the wide range of produce on offer, and the economic impact of the farmers' market.
Dane County Hospital and Home (Wis.) Title: Dane County Hospital and Home (Wis.): Records, 1854-1985
Quantity: 10.0 cubic feet (10 archives boxes, 4 flat boxes, and 8 volumes); plus additions of 9.4 cubic feet, 1 oversize folder of blueprints and plans, and 0.8 cubic feet of photographs, etc.
Call Number: Dane Series 310; C1992/013; C1992/035; C2009/032; PH 6586; C2014/028
Abstract: Records of the Dane County Hospital and Home, a Dane County institution established in Verona, Wisconsin in 1854 which has been responsible at various times during its history for the care of the indigent elderly and the mentally ill and for the treatment of alcoholics. Included are annual reports to the State Board of Control, minutes of the board of trustees and the separate governing bodies under which the institution operated during its early history, minutes of the building committee responsible for constructions at the institution, patient and inmate registers containing biographical data and information on the causes of the patients' insanity and/or indigence, a narrative journal of E.P. Titus, overseer of the Poor Farm (1877-1882), restraint records (1883-1887 and 1932-1941), and records of financial expenditures for the period 1875 to 1964. Printed annual reports to the Dane County Board of Supervisors are available in the government documents section of the SHSW Library.
Dane County Labor Defense Council (Wis.) Title: Dane County Labor Defense Council Records, 1938-1952
Quantity: 0.3 c.f. (1 black box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 33A Box 4
Abstract: Mainly radio scripts, 1941-1944, for broadcasts sponsored by a labor group organized in Dane County, Wisconsin during World War II and reactivated during the Korean War to coordinate union aid to government war programs. War profits, overtime duty, the draft, workers' education, and labor's attitude toward the national war effort are among the topics treated in the radio scripts. Ten items, 1950-1952, relate to the organization's activity during the Korean conflict. The collection also includes a folder of Wisconsin State Employees' Association correspondence, 1938-1941, and a sample copy of a constitution for local chapters.
Dane County Labor Oral History Project Title: Dane County Labor Oral History Project Interviews, 1984
Quantity: 12 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 1075A
Abstract: Four interviews conducted by Dexter Arnold as part of the research for a slide-tape program “Building a City, Building a Movement” on Dane County, Wisconsin, labor history. Interviewed are William Connors of Bricklayers, Masons, and Plasterers Union; Robert Schultz, an employee of Oscar Mayer active in the United Packinghouse Workers Union and the Amalgamated Meatcutters; David Kneebone, an employee of Madison Newspapers involved in the International Typographical Union; and Evelyn Gotzion, an employee and union activist at Ray-O-Vac.
Dane County Social Planning Agency (Wis.) Title: Dane County Social Planning Agency Records, 1948-1973
Quantity: 18.6 c.f. (18 record center cartons and 1 flat box); plus additions of 0.8 c.f., 58 photographs, and 51 transparencies
Call Number: Mss 237; PH Mss 237; M89-132
Abstract: Records of the Dane County Social Planning Agency, a federation of Wisconsin public and private social agencies, and of its predecessor, the Community Welfare Council; including correspondence, annual meeting minutes, membership lists, financial records, project and personnel reports, and reference files on other social service agencies. The agency was a central planning body for community services and was originally established by the United Community Chest. The collection highlights the operations of several programs including the Institute for Simulation Analysis, the Madison Youth Council, and the Voluntary Action Center.
Dane County Telephone Company (Wis.) Title: Dane County Telephone Company Records, 1896-1908
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box) and 1 photograph
Call Number: Mss 199; PH 6188
Abstract: Chronological correspondence, 1896-1900, of the officers of the Dane County Telephone Company, a successful independent telephone company formed in 1895 by Philip L. Spooner, B. B. Clarke, and Samuel A. Harper; concerning company operations, opposition to the Wisconsin Telephone Company, and organization of a state association of independent telephone companies. The photograph shows company female telephone operators at work, Oct. 8, 1908.
Schirmer, Daniel B. Title: Daniel B. Schirmer Papers, 1947-1995
Quantity: 26.6 c.f. (26 record center cartons and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: M94-316
Abstract: Papers of Daniel Boone Schirmer, a founding member of Friends of the Filipino People (FFP), relating to his work with the organization. Founded in 1973, this group of U.S. citizens worked to influence public opinion and to sway the U.S. government to withdraw support for the Marcos regime. Major topics represented in the collection include U.S. military bases in the Philippines, the Philippine anti-nuclear movement, and human rights.
- - - Title: Daniel Boone Films, 1967, 1970
Quantity: 2 film reels (16 mm)
Call Number: FG 833-FG 834
Abstract: Two episodes from the hour-long Western series Daniel Boone about the fictional adventures of the American pioneer Daniel Boone.
Blum, Daniel C. Title: Daniel C. Blum Papers, circa 1860-1965
Quantity: 55 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 961; Micro 1077
Abstract: Scrapbooks kept by Daniel Blum, theatrical producer and publisher of Theatre World (1944-1965), Screen World (1950-1965), and Opera World (1952-1954). These microfilmed scrapbooks contain playbills, reviews, clippings, and obituaries of famous actors, actresses, and film and theater personalities. A small group of the scrapbooks concerns athletes, and another group contains “Autograms,” stars' answers to a few short questions posed by Blum. Most of the theatrical performances documented were for legitimate theater performances in New York City, though other cities are represented as are some revues and vaudeville productions.
Cohen, Daniel Title: Daniel Cohen Papers, 1972-1994
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and 3 videorecordings
Call Number: M98-164
Abstract: Papers of Daniel Cohen, a former student radical from the University of Chicago who later became a photographer and journalist. His activities with Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and with the Weather Underground led to his arrest, after which he lived underground from 1970 to 1976. Included are diaries, his FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) files, collected subject files, and videotapes representative of his work. The earlier diaries mainly document his everyday life as a young gay man on the West Coast with few mentions of his life in hiding, while the 1988-1989 volume details the illness and death from AIDS of his companion.
Travanti, Daniel J., 1940- Title: Daniel J. Travanti Papers, 1972-1986
Quantity: 3.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 699
Abstract: Papers of a Kenosha, Wisconsin native and actor, best-known for his role in the NBC series Hill Street Blues and in the television film Adam. The collection includes personal correspondence, invitations and requests from charitable organizations, fan mail, and letters about Travanti's work with alcoholism recovery groups. Other personal papers include awards, and magazine and newspaper articles about Travanti and other members of the Hill Street Blues cast. There are also scripts and production files illustrating Travanti's acting career, among them materials from Hill Street Blues; the television movies and specials Adam: His Song Continues, Case of Libel, Here's Richard, (a special about fitness expert Richard Simmons), and Murrow, an HBO film about Edward R. Murrow; Night of 100 Stars, a 1985 benefit for the Actors' Fund of America; and the play Twigs.
Wells, Daniel L., 1821-1884 Title: Daniel L. Wells Papers, 1811-1904
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (3 archives boxes and 1 small archives box) and 5 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss Q; PH 535
Abstract: Assorted family and business papers of Wells, a Milwaukee railroad contractor and manufacturer of railroad bridges and equipment. In his varied enterprises Wells was associated with a number of Milwaukee and Chicago firms, including Wells and French; Wells and Chamberlain; Wells, Harrison, and Shute; and Wells, Harrison, and Greene. In a few family letters in the late 1840s Wells alluded very briefly to his interests in railroad construction in his native state of Vermont. Ledgers, letterpress books, 1877-1884, and other unbound correspondence and financial records contain references to work he did on railroad lines in Ohio, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Dakota Territory from the 1850s to 1884. Some letters contain references to his presidency of the Sheboygan and Fond du Lac Railroad, 1876-1879; his interest in promoting state legislation favorable to railroads; his investments in the Milwaukee newspaper Republican and News, in mining properties, and in real estate; and his speculations in the stock market. Miscellaneous family letters relate to Wells' wife, Helena Mary Lee, to their children, and to other members of the Lee and Wells families. Stereograph photographs in the collection document construction work along the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy railroad near Lewiston, Ill., circa 1870.
Murray, Daniel Alexander Payne, 1852-1925 Title: Daniel Murray Papers, 1881-1955, 1966
Quantity: 27 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 577
Abstract: Papers of Danial Murray, a prominent Afro-American historian and bibliographer who worked at the Library of Congress between 1871 and 1922, and during his lifetime compiled an “Encyclopedia of the Colored Race.” Including over 25,000 biographical sketches and over 6000 titles of black-authored publications, the six-volume encyclopedia was never published. The papers include extensive correspondence, 1893-1925; notes and biographical sketches for the encyclopedia; materials documenting efforts to publish the encyclopedia; speeches and articles; business papers; programs and brochures; and family papers. The papers also document Murray's civic activities such as his work with the Colored American Council. Primary correspondents include Murray's wife, Anna Jane Evans Murray, and two sons, Daniel Evans Murray and George Henry Murray.
Wheeler, Daniel Reed, d. 1857 Title: Daniel Reed Wheeler Letter
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 180
Abstract: Photocopy of a military letter written in 1837 by Daniel Reed Wheeler to his brother and a typescript of that letter. Daniel Reed Wheeler was a former La Crosse, Wisconsin judge who died in 1857, and is buried in Oak Grove cemetery.
MacArthur, Daniel S., 1859-1941 Title: Daniel S. MacArthur Papers, 1852-1940
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss 8PB
Abstract: Papers of Daniel S. MacArthur, a La Crosse, Wisconsin, physician and surgeon and other members of his family. MacArthur's correspondence contains information on his work as an insurance company examiner, his service in the medical corps during World War I, and his membership in Masonic and medical organizations. The collection includes two account books kept during the years 1868-1889 by his father, Dr. P. S. MacArthur, who also practiced medicine in La Crosse. Several Civil War letters are present written by P. Fox Cook, Co. A, 31st Regiment Wisconsin Infantry.
Daniel Shaw Lumber Company, Inc. Title: Daniel Shaw Lumber Company Records, 1861-1911
Quantity: 3.4 cubic feet (3 record center cartons and 1 archives box) and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CT; Eau Claire Micro 16; Micro 944
Abstract: Records, 1861-1911, of a lumber company headquartered at Eau Claire, Wisconsin, which owned thousands of acres of timber in Wisconsin's Chippewa River Valley and operated its own farms, flour mills, tow boats, and general stores in the area. The records consist of letterpress books, seventeen of which contain company correspondence and two of which contain General Manager Eugene Shaw's personal correspondence. Also included are miscellaneous loose records consisting of timber “scale” books (winters 1866-1867); field books delineating timber stands on sections of land (1899, undated); and miscellaneous correspondence, business receipts, and legal documents (1861-1911). The microfilmed portion of this collection includes a daybook recording sales in a company store (1881), and the record of the Eau Claire dynamo and the production of city electric lights (1893-1894).
Daniel Starch and Staff. Title: Daniel Starch and Staff Papers, 1938-1961
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 126AF
Abstract: Records of a New York advertising research organization founded by Daniel Starch in 1923. Included are background information and a selection of the reports on media advertising effectiveness for which the firm is known. Background material consists of a brief history; several promotional items; an interrupted run of a monthly newsletter, Tested Copy, which provides highlights of Starch's research, 1938-1960; and his pamphlet, Measuring Product Sales Made by Advertising (1961). Reports divide into print and broadcast media; while the broadcasting reports focus on general audience characteristics, the magazine and newspaper sections examine reactions to specific publications such as Life and TV Guide.
Hoan, Daniel W. (Daniel Webster), 1881-1961;
Milwaukee (Wis.). Office of the Mayor
Title: Daniel Webster Hoan Mayoral Records, 1909-1987
Quantity: 4.5 cubic ft. (11 boxes)
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 8
Abstract: Records of Dan Hoan, a socialist mayor of Milwaukee who served from 1916-1940. The collection is mostly comprised of his later years as mayor. Some personal papers are included as well. Contains correspondence, photographs, clippings, and other ephemera.
Webster, Daniel, 1833-1921 Title: Daniel Webster Letter Regarding Civil War Experiences
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 032
Abstract: Photocopy of a letter written from Daniel Webster to his sister while serving on the steamboat War Eagle, 1862 December 25. The letter describes some of Webster's Civil War experiences.
Webster, Daniel, 1833- Title: Daniel Webster Letters, 1859-1865, 1859-1865
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss 55S
Abstract: Letters from Daniel Webster to his fiancee, Gertrude Moore of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, written while he was working at various jobs in North Bend, Galesville, La Crosse, and Elkhorn, Wisconsin, and later while serving as a lieutenant in the 1st Battery, Wisconsin Light Artillery in the Civil War, 1861-1865, and in other temporary assignments.
Whitney, Daniel, 1795-1862 Title: Daniel Whitney Land Records, 1821-1863
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 9
Abstract: Papers of a pioneer land speculator who settled at Green Bay, Wis., in 1819 and in 1829 laid out the town of Navarino, now a part of Green Bay. Within the five volumes of Whitney's real-estate papers are lists of lots sold in Navarino, 1829-1850, records of lands sold in Brown County, 1821-1863, lists of land purchased in Sheboygan County, 1831-1859, and other records pertaining to his property in northeastern Wisconsin.
Daniels Family Title: Daniels Family Papers, 1842-1984
Quantity: 17.2 c.f. (41 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 card box)
Call Number: Mss 364
Abstract: Papers of Olive Bell Daniels (1891-1984), wife, mother, artist, and genealogist, together with smaller quantities of personal papers of her husband Farrington Daniels, a prominent University of Wisconsin chemistry professor, and records of their relatives. Included are correspondence; writings and notes on family history, the role of women, and other topics; printed material relating to peace and foreign and domestic missions of the Presbyterian and Congregational churches; diaries; reminiscences; biographical material on Olive and Farrington; photographs; family financial records; extensive genealogical research material; and miscellany. Correspondence, comprising the largest and most significant portion of the collection, primarily document the routine family life of the Farrington Daniels family. Also included are papers of the families of John Horton Daniels I, a Chicago banker; Franc B. Daniels, a Minneapolis businessman; and John Horton Daniels II, a medical missionary in China.
Danish Brotherhood in America. Lodge 9 (Oshkosh, Wis.) Title: Danish Brotherhood in America. Lodge 9 (Oshkosh, Wis.) Records, 1883-1920
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Oshkosh Mss BP
Abstract: Records of Lodge 9 of the Danish Brotherhood, a social and fraternal benefit society for persons of Danish heritage. Included are four volumes of minutes and one financial ledger listing members and recording their monthly premium payments; in Danish.
Pierce, Danny, 1920- Title: Danny Pierce Woodblocks, Photographs, and Other Material, 1995-1996
Quantity: 3.2 cubic ft. (8 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 224
Abstract: This collection contains woodblocks carved by the artist and former UW-Milwaukee art professor Danny Pierce for two of his books, Alces the Sad Moose (1995) and The Trek (1996). Also included are color photographs of Pierce taken while preparing the blocks and text for Alces the Sad Moose.
Hanold, Darrel, collector Title: Darrel Hanold Collection of Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin, Photographs, circa 1924-1928
Quantity: 8 photographs
Call Number: PH 3938
Abstract: This collection consists of images of Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio at Spring Green, Wisconsin, taken between 1924 and 1928. Included are exterior views of Wright's residence, studio and office; the Hillwing tower showing the dovecote; and a small dam on the property. The images were most likely made by the same photographer.
Clark, Darwin, 1812-1899 Title: Darwin Clark Papers, 1828-1924
Quantity: 5.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes and 10 oversize volumes)
Call Number: Mss 19
Abstract: Mainly business papers, 1837-1897, of Darwin Clark, a Madison, Wisconsin cabinet maker and furniture manufacturer and retailer who was active in local politics, school affairs, and lyceum and other cultural groups. Includes ledgers, inventories, order books, and invoices of his furniture company and real estate transaction records; a few papers pertaining to social life and elections in Madison in the 1830s and 1840s; miscellaneous papers relating to his wife, 1891-1924; and genealogical data on the Clark, Adams, and Newell families.
Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America. Wisconsin State Chapter No. 10 Title: Daughters of Founders and Patriots of America. Wisconsin State Chapter No. 10: Records, 1910-1995
Quantity: 1.8 c.f. (4 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 165
Abstract: Records of a women's organization dedicated to patriotic ideals and the preservation of family history. Members are required to document an unbroken lineage from an ancestor who settled in the Colonies between 1607 and 1687 as well as an intermediate ancestor who, by military or civil service, aided in the establishment of American independence between 1775 and 1784. The Wisconsin chapter organized in 1910. The collection includes meeting minutes; reports of chapter activity to the national society; correspondence; reports of officers; newsletters; membership records, which include genealogical information; the constitution and by-laws, yearbooks; records of the chapter's ROTC Medal awards; chapter histories; and a scrapbook containing news clippings, memorabilia, and a few photographs.
Daughters of Norway (US). Ornen Lodge No. 25 (La Crosse, Wis.) Title: Daughters of Norway, Ornen Lodge No. 25 Records,
Physical Description: 1.2 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 008
Abstract: The La Crosse, Wisconsin, chapter of the Daughters of Norway, Ornen Lodge #25 (organized in 1908) was part of a national fraternal organization dedicated to the socialization, mutual assistance, and preservation of the Norwegian language and heritage in the United States. The group was most active from 1908-1951, when women nationally were allowed to join the Sons of Norway lodges, but some members of Ornen Lodge continued to meet until 1969. Locally, women joined the Sons of Norway, Wergeland Lodge #28. Records include a constitution, ritual books, meeting minutes and financial materials. Much of the records are written in the Norwegian language.
Daughter of Rebekah. Lodge No. 161 (Grantsburg, Wis.) Title: Daughters of Rebekah. Lodge No. 161 Minutes, 1907-1957
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: River Falls Mss DE
Abstract: Minutes documenting the organizational and community service activities of this organization and of the Grantsburg lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows.
Daughters of the American Revolution. Kenosha Chapter (Kenosha, Wis.) Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, Kenosha Chapter, Records, 1895-2014
Quantity: 10.8 cubic ft. (4 record center cartons, 10 archives boxes, and 5 flat boxes)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 012
Abstract: The Daughters of the American Revolution, Kenosha Chapter, is an organization of women who can trace their ancestry to the American Revolution. The official records of the Kenosha Chapter of the DAR date to its founding in 1896 and contain materials regarding its founding and early meetings with extensive material pertaining to Kenosha’s youth.
Daughters of the American Revolution. La Crosse Chapter (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: Daughters of the American Revolution, La Crosse (Wisconsin) Chapter Yearbooks
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 081
Abstract: Yearbooks of the La Crosse, Wisconsin chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, 1910-1918 and 1989-1990, containing information on members and a calendar of the chapter's yearly events.
Berkman, Dave, 1934-2015 Title: Dave Berkman Papers, 1958-2016
Quantity: 3.4 cubic ft. (5 boxes, including 38 audio cassettes) 1 videocassette 419 digital audio files (22 GB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 347
Abstract: Papers of former UWM professor and media critic Dave Berkman consisting of articles, including copies of his Shepherd Express "Media Musings," news clippings, correspondence, and an extensive set of radio broadcasts, largely Wisconsin Public Radio recordings.
Runyon, Dave (David Kingston), 1931-2001 Title: Dave Runyon papers
Quantity: 0.19 cubic feet 1 half size letter document box Collection contains newspapers and other paper materials, and one DVD-R.
Call Number: uac56
Abstract: Collection contains Dave (David K.) Runyon's lecture notes, ephemera from the Madison Gay Men's Chorale, correspondence related to Runyon's 6 month suspension from WYOU over "indecency," and miscellaneous materials from the 1980s and 1990s.
Yuenger, Dave Title: Dave Yuenger Papers, 1963-1967
Quantity: 0.4 cubic ft. (1 archives box)
Call Number: UWGB Series 50
Abstract: Papers of Dave Yuenger (approximately 1963-1967), editor of the Green Bay Press-Gazette, regarding establishment of the University of Wisconsin--Green Bay. Includes material on university site selection and text of a speech by first Chancellor, Edward Weidner, 1966.
Davenport family Title: Davenport Family Farming and Business Records, 1877-1945 (bulk 1890-1944)
Quantity: 1.8 cubic feet (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: La Crosse Mss DH
Abstract: Davenport family papers, bulk 1890-1944, consisting of Clarence and his wife, Sarah Emeline, and their son, Elijah's diaries and ledgers documenting their personal lives and the family's dairy farm business in Tunnel City, Wisconsin. Also included are Clarence and Elijah's ledgers and business records documenting their work repairing bridges and culverts near Eau Claire for the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railway Company during the late 1800s.
Shannon, David A., 1920-1991 Title: David A. Shannon Papers, 1955-1958
Quantity: 3.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 992
Abstract: Papers of David A. Shannon, professor of history at the University of Wisconsin and author best known for his histories of socialism and the Communist Party of the United States. The papers include research Shannon conducted for his manuscript “The American Communists since 1945,” which was later to be named The Decline of American Communism (1959). This book was part of a series studying Communist influence in American life and supported by the Fund for the Republic, a non-profit organization founded in 1952 advocating free speech. Included are drafts of Shannon's manuscript, research notes, and clippings and pamphlets from smaller presses, including Communist Party publications. These include pamphlets written by Earl Browder (circa 1945-1946); pamphlets and handouts written by Irwin Edelman documenting the Rosenberg and Sobell case (circa 1952-1955); notes, schedules, and speeches from the Communist Party U.S.A Convention (1957 February); and four pamphlets written by Communist Party U.S.A. general secretary Eugene Dennis (circa 1946-1949). There is a small body of correspondence, chiefly with colleagues and publishers, including C.P. Baldwin, Curtis D. MacDougall, Henry A. Wallace, and the Fund for the Republic.
Ames, David Title: David Ames Papers, 1920-1961
Quantity: 5.2 c.f.
Call Number: M95-157; M96-025
Abstract: Papers of anthropologist David Ames documenting his role as a research associate with the Wisconsin Legislative Council's Menominee Indian Study Committee and his firsthand observations of the social organization and functioning of the tribe.
Bradley, David, 1915- Title: David Bradley Papers, 1940-1965
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 138
Abstract: Fragmentary papers of David Bradley, M.D., Wisconsin-raised writer, teacher, and member of the 1940 U.S. Olympic ski team. The papers consist of correspondence, drafts, and other materials concerning his book on the Finnish people, Lion Among Roses; dispatches sent the Wisconsin State Journal from Finland following the “winter war” in 1940; references to his experiences as a doctor with the Bikini Atoll atom bomb tests of 1946; and a semi-autobiographical essay by his father, Dr. H. C. Bradley.
Brinkley, David Title: David Brinkley Papers, 1956-1997
Quantity: 4.0 c.f. (10 archives boxes); plus additions of 48.4 c.f.
Call Number: U.S. Mss 100AF; M94-303
Abstract: Papers of David Brinkley, NBC news commentator, documenting newsworthy events during the period 1960-1990 through television and radio scripts, the reactions of citizens to news broadcasts and Brinkley’s commentary through listener and viewer correspondence, and Brinkley’s career in news media through professional correspondence, office memoranda, newspaper clippings, speeches, personal correspondence, and photographs.
Cherry, David Title: David Cherry Papers, 1966-1969
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: Mss 273; Tape 474A
Abstract: Papers collected by David Cherry, a graduate student in history at the University of Wisconsin, primarily relating to the period 1967-1968. Included are correspondence, minutes, membership lists, flyers, memoranda, handbills, and other printed matter pertaining to the Teaching Assistants Association, the History Students Association, and other departmental student groups, the 1967 Dow demonstration against the Vietnam War and subsequent student strikes, and educational reform. Many of the items bear informative marginal notes made by Cherry. On tape are interviews with eyewitnesses of the Dow demonstration and a November 1967 panel discussion featuring Paul Soglin on CIA recruiting on the university campus.
Everest, D. C. (David Clark), 1883-1955 Title: David Clark Everest Autograph and Manuscript Collections, 1696-1953
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (1 archives box and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Mss 365
Abstract: Autographs and manuscripts collected by D. C. Everest, a Wausau, Wisconsin, paper mill executive, civic leader, and philanthropist, who became a manuscript and autograph collector as a young man and continued to participate in various purchases and sales throughout his lifetime. The collection consists of autographs, or examples of the writing, of over eighty noteworthy American, British, and Wisconsin political and cultural figures, including the autographs of most of the presidents of the United States through Dwight D. Eisenhower; and four small manuscript collections. The manuscripts consist of an account book, 1853-1860, for the Pine Grove Mills, apparently a flour mill and general store, in the Town of Pine Grove, Van Buren County, Michigan; Commonwealth of Massachusetts military records, 1789-1830, which include officer appointment, election, and dismissal records, voting affidavits, complaints, and petitions; records, 1696-1863 (primarily legal documents), of the Morse and Wheelock families of Medfield, Norfolk County, Massachusetts; and miscellaneous manuscripts, 1695-1919, consisting of legal and financial documents, letters, and appointment and other announcements from England as well as most eastern states.
Everest, D. C. (David Clark), 1883-1955 Title: David Clark Everest Papers, 1891-1957
Quantity: 127.2 c.f. (320 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 279
Abstract: Papers of D. C. Everest, a Wausau, Wisconsin paper, lumber, and insurance company executive, civic leader, and philanthropist. Included are office files pertaining to all aspects of his business, professional, civic, philanthropic, political, and social concerns; his speeches and articles; correspondence, reports, minutes, and news releases received by Everest as a consultant to the United States Office of Production Management in the 1940s; and invoices for his personal finances for 1929-1934 and 1949-1950. Information is present on the Marathon Corporation which he joined in 1909 and served as president from 1938 to 1950; on several other companies of which he was a director or officer; on the Western Paper Manufacturers' Association, concerned in part with counteracting the development of trade unions; and on other industry related organizations such as the American Paper and Pulp Association, the American Forestry Association, the Institute of Paper Chemistry, and Trees for Tomorrow. Reports on the Marathon Corporation as a case study of industrial peace by the National Planning Association in 1950 are present. Also included is Everest family genealogical data, records of the 1920s construction and furnishings costs of the Everest home in Wausau, documentation from Everest's local and national participation in the Republican Presidential campaigns of 1928 and 1936, and records of his civic involvement with groups such as the Boy Scouts, the Red Cross, and the YMCA.
Cline, David D. (David Donald), 1947-2007 Title: David D. Cline Papers, 1967-2007 (bulk 1986-2007)
Quantity: 7.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes and 6 record center cartons), 2 audio recordings, 0.2 c.f. of photographs, 15 videotapes, and 4 DVDs
Call Number: Mss 1070; PH 6638; Audio 1597A; VDA 105-VDA 108; VHB 301-VHB 316
Abstract: Papers, 1967-2007, but mainly 1986-2007, of David Cline, a resident of Jersey City, New Jersey, a veteran of the war in Vietnam, and a leader in several veterans organizations that opposed the wars in Vietnam and Iraq. Included are organizational records of Veterans for Peace (VFP) of which Cline was president, 2000-2006, and e-mails distributed by Vietnam Veterans Against the War (VVAW), as well as information on many peace and veterans organizations such as Bring Them Home Now, United for Peace and Justice, and the Jersey City Vietnam Veterans Memorial Committee, a group Cline established to erect a memorial to that city's Vietnam War dead. The national VFP records include executive committee minutes, e-mails exchanged by officers, financial information, convention planning files, membership lists, and administrative subject files.
Davidson, David, 1908-1985 Title: David Davidson Papers, 1945-1969
Quantity: 9.6 c.f. (24 archives boxes) and 6 disc recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 36AN; Disc 119A
Abstract: Papers of David Davidson, a novelist and writer for motion pictures and television. Davidson's career as a dramatist began during the era of live television drama, and the collection includes correspondence, notes, and scripts for anthologies such as Alcoa Hour (NBC), Armstrong Circle Theatre (CBS and NBC), Elgin Hour (ABC), Ford Theatre (NBC), Kraft Television Theatre (NBC), Motorola TV Hour (ABC), Playhouse 90 (CBS), Studio One (CBS), and United States Steel Hour (CBS), and for such later series as The Defenders (ABC), FDR (ABC), and Saints and Sinners (NBC). Of particular interest are the materials on The Ship That Wouldn't Die: The USS Franklin, an NBC special for which Davidson won a Screen Writers Guild award in 1970, and his resumes of the writing and production of each teleplay. Correspondence, research material, notes, and scripts pertain to a number of documentary films; of special interest here are five films written for the U.S.I.A. on such topics as the Warren Commission and the Vietnam War. Also included are typescripts of three novels based on his post-war experiences with the Office of Inter-American Affairs in Germany, Great Britain, and Latin America, and scripts and research materials on We Have Landed on the Moon, a recorded history of the U.S. space program.
Dortort, David, 1916- Title: David Dortort Papers, 1959-1973
Quantity: 14.4 c.f. (36 archives boxes) and 28 film reels
Call Number: U.S. Mss 112AN; DC 606-633
Abstract: Papers of David Dortort, a television writer-producer known for his work in the western genre. The collection consists of scripts, shooting schedules, production reports, and call sheets for the popular series Bonanza (NBC), together with films of 14 episodes.
Clarenbach, David E., 1953- Title: David E. Clarenbach Papers, 1974-1992
Quantity: 6.4 cubic feet (16 archives boxes) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: Mss 1029; Audio 1441A
Abstract: Papers of David E. Clarenbach, a Democratic representative of Wisconsin's 78th Assembly District (Madison, Wisconsin). The collection reflects Clarenbach's political career from his election to the Assembly in 1974 through his bid for Congress in 1992. The bulk of the records are from 1984 to 1992 and consist of working legislative issue and committee files, including incoming and outgoing correspondence, speeches, notes, newsletters, press releases, copies of bills, political research data, memoranda, and clippings. Reflected in the papers is Clarenbach's interest in issues such as AIDS legislation, abortion, gay rights, women's issues, patients' rights, and the divesture of state funds in South Africa.
Engel, David, 1951-2017 Title: David Engel Papers, 1988-2017
Quantity: 1.6 cubic feet (1 records center carton and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 1190
Abstract: Papers, 1988-2017, of David Engel, organic dairy farmer and administrator, documenting his involvement with, and leadership of, a number of organic agriculture organizations: founding member of Wisconsin Chapter #1 of the Organic Crop Improvement Association (WI OCIA #1) and the Coulee Region Organic Produce Pool (CROPP Cooperative), founder and executive director of the Midwest Organic Services Association (MOSA, 1999-2005), member of the Wisconsin Organic Agriculture Advisory Council (2007-2012), and executive director of Nature's International Certification Services (NICS). Also included are materials from National Organic Standards Board meetings (2004-2005) and OCIA International board meetings (1994).
Ffolkes, David, 1912-1966 Title: David Ffolkes Papers, 1924-1966
Quantity: 5.4 c.f. (13 archives boxes, 1 oversize folder) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 177AN; Micro 669
Abstract: Papers of a costume and set designer for motion pictures and theater. Comprising the majority of the collection are sketches, designs, photographs, fabric samples, notes, and scripts. Of the 18 motion pictures and 27 plays represented, best coverage is provided for Alexander the Great (UA, 1956), Island in the Sun (20th Century-Fox, 1959), Journey to the Center of the Earth (20th Century-Fox, 1959), Where's Charley? (both the 1947 play and the 1952 Warner Brothers film), and several Shakespearean plays. Miscellaneous papers include awards, clippings and scrapbooks, correspondence, programs, unidentified designs, and articles about the London stage and Ffolkes' Shakespearean work.
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.
Berger, David G. ,1946- Title: David G. Berger Papers,1971-1982
Quantity: 22.8 c.f. (21 record center cartons and 5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 96
Abstract: Legislative papers of a Democrat from Milwaukee who served in the Wisconsin Assembly and Senate, 1971-1982. Alphabetically-arranged subject files contain press releases, newsletters, questionnaires, schedules, and writings as well as constituent correspondence and floor debate material on abortion, Milwaukee politics and government, probate reform, taxes, and other issues of legislative concern. Committee files document Berger's leadership of the Joint Committee for the Review of Administrative Rules, although the files are not the official committee records. Especially well documented is an investigation of the Bureau of Migrant and Rural Services by Senator Peter Bear's Legislative Oversight Subcommittee. Other notable committee files pertain to Berger's work on condominium legislation and product liability. Additional files inherited from Bear pertain to volunteerism, and records from Jerome Martin pertain to the Senate Subcommittee on Small Business.
Miller, David Hewitt, 1918-2006 Title: David Hewitt Miller Papers, 1946-2006
Quantity: 6.2 cubic ft. (7 boxes) plus additions of .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 159
Abstract: The collection contains the personal papers of David Hewitt Miller, emeritus professor in the Department of Geosciences at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. The papers include Miller's doctoral thesis, research conducted during his tenure with the Cooperative Snow Investigations, and drafts of conference presentations and published articles. The collection also contains Miller's extensive collection of scholarly articles on a wide variety of subjects in the geosciences.
Blanchard, David J., 1921-1962 Title: David J. Blanchard Papers, 1941-1962
Quantity: 2.6 c.f. (7 archives boxes)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss BB
Abstract: Papers of an Edgerton, Wisconsin, attorney and Republican assemblyman (1954-1962), primarily pertaining to his political career. Blanchard was chairman of the Assembly State Affairs and Rules Committees, a member of the Board of Government Operations, Republican Floor Leader of the Assembly in 1959, and Speaker of the Assembly from 1960 until his death in December 1962. In 1961-1962, he was chairman of the Joint Legislative Council and in 1960, chairman of the Platform Committee of the Wisconsin Republican Party, and a Richard M. Nixon delegate from Wisconsin's First Congressional District to the Republican national convention. The collection includes general correspondence on legislative and political topics; speeches, primarily delivered to constituent groups; campaign files; files on Republican Party state conventions and the 1960 national convention; and subject files on Assembly committees, legislation, and issues. Information is present on committee assignments, reapportionment, the Water Resources Committee of the Joint Legislative Council, Blachard's work on the Republican state platform committee (1960-1962), and his support for Warren Knowles for governor in 1962 and for Richard Nixon for president in 1960.
Fries, David J., 1930- Title: David J. Fries Papers, 1954-1972
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss AX
Abstract: Fragmentary papers of Fries, a Watertown, Wisconsin, attorney and Socialist Party official who was also a frequent political candidate of the Democratic Party. Socialist Party papers include proposals and project papers, memos, press releases, and statements authored by Fries and a folder of memos concerning his work as editor of the Socialist Tribune. The remainder consists of correspondence, 1968-1972, newspaper clippings, and Democratic Party campaign literature.
Marcou, David J.;
Pauls, Barbara A.
Title: David J. Marcou and Barbara A. Pauls Papers Relating to America's Heartland Remembers: Words and Pictures Before, During and After Septemeber 11, 2001
Physical Description: 0.6 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 112
Abstract: David J. Marcou, a native of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has worked as a writer, journalist, editor and photographer. Barbara A. Pauls, now living in the Coulee region, was a student in Marcou’s Writing for Publication class at Western Wisconsin Technical College. This collection consists of drafts and proofs (2002) of the book America’s Heartland Remembers: Words and Pictures Before, During and After September 11, 2001, published by Writer’s Collective, 2002, co-edited by David J. Marcou and Barbara A. Pauls. Many authors contributed to the work, including students of the Writing for Publication class. Papers include a copy of the copyright registration form.
Gerber, LuAnn;
Marcou, David J.
Title: David J. Marcou and LuAnn Gerber Papers Relating to Spirit of America: Heartland Voices, World Views
Physical Description: 1.2 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 109
Abstract: David J. Marcou, a native of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has worked as a writer, journalist, editor and photographer. This collection consists of drafts and proofs (2001) of the book Spirit of America: Heartland Voices, World Views published by Western Wisconsin Technical College, 2001, co-edited by Marcou and LuAnn Gerber. Many authors contributed to the work including students from Western Wisconsin Technical College. Papers include a copy of the copyright registration form and a copy of a letter from David McCullough.
Marcou, David J. Title: David J. Marcou Papers Relating to Spirit of La Crosse: A Grassroots History
Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 110
Abstract: David J. Marcou, a native of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has worked as a writer, journalist, editor and photographer. This collection consists of drafts and proofs (1999-2000) of the book Spirit of La Crosse: A Grassroots History published by Western Wisconsin Technical College, 2000, and edited by Marcou. Many authors contributed to the work.
Marcou, David J. Title: David J. Marcou Photographs of La Crosse, Wisconsin
Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 075
Abstract: David J. Marcou, a native of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has worked as a writer, journalist, editor and photographer. This collection of photographs taken by Marcou includes over 650 images of La Crosse, Wis., people, places, and events, roughly covering 1988-2005. Marcou has identified most of the photographs in the collection and his notes are included with the photographs. The photographs have been grouped by subject and include art, bridges and the Mississippi River, buildings, celebrities, churches, events, libraries, miscellaneous, parks, people, residences, schools, sports, streets and alleys, and transportation.
Saposs, David J. (David Joseph), 1886-1968 Title: David J. Saposs Papers, 1907-1968
Quantity: 13.5 c.f. (33 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 folder), 2 reels of microfilm (35mm) and 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Mss 113; SC 1013; Micro 909; Tape 334A
Abstract: Papers of David Saposs, labor economist, historian, and teacher, who investigated the Americanization of immigrant workers, the steel strike of 1919, and the labor movement and cooperatives in France between 1918-1929, and who served as senior research associate for the Twentieth Century Fund from 1934 to 1945. From 1935-1940 Saposs was chief economist for the National Labor Relations Board, a position he was forced to resign because of House Un-American Activities Committee accusations that he was a Communist, though he served other government agencies from 1940 to 1954. Included are biographical materials; correspondence with many labor and political leaders and economists; notes, drafts, and galleys of articles, pamphlets, and books; research files; and a teaching file mainly concerning Brookwood Labor College, 1922-1933. Also included is a taped interview (with transcription) concerning Saposs' association with Edwin E. Witte, Richard T. Ely, and John R. Commons, and his work with the National Labor Relations Board.
Kaplan, David, 1905- Title: David Kaplan Papers, 1941-1965
Quantity: 2.2 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 233
Abstract: Papers of David Kaplan, a labor economist who organized the research department of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, Chauffeurs, Warehousemen and Helpers of America and served as their chief economist. Included is personal correspondence and lecture material; correspondence, newsletters, reports, and legal and subject files from his work with the Teamsters, including files created as trustee of Milk Drivers and Dairy Employees Local No. 584; and a small amount of material from the Economics of Distribution Foundation, of which he was the first president. Correspondents include Dave Beck, Thomas Flynn, and Dan Tobin.
Kherdian, David Title: David Kherdian Papers, 1960-1991
Quantity: 6.3 cubic ft. (3 record center cartons and 4 flat boxes)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 010
Abstract: David Kherdian is a poet/author born and raised in Racine, Wisconsin. The David Kherdian Papers includes many of his poems, newspaper articles about him and his novels, and introduce the reader to the world of small press publishers.
Brye, David L., 1938- Title: David L. Brye Papers, 1964-1974
Quantity: 2.4 cubic feet (2 records center cartons and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M2016-021
Abstract: Papers of David L. Brye, collected while he ran for congress of the 32nd District of Wisconsin and served as a 1968 Presidential Primary delegate for the state of Wisconsin. Brye's research includes state election data, political publicity consisting of congressional and gubernatorial campaign literature, news clippings, and flyers. Brye's papers primarily center on his service as a 1968 Third District Democratic Delegate for the Presidential Primary including the Democratic National Convention in Chicago. Brye also compiled research on the 1972 presidential campaigns of Hubert H. Humphrey and George McGovern and 1968 Wisconsin gubernatorial campaigns of Bronson La Follette, Gaylord Nelson and Pat Lucey.
Lowe, David, 1913 or 14-1965 Title: David Lowe Papers, 1960-1966
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 25AF
Abstract: Papers of an award-winning producer of investigative documentaries for CBS Reports. Of the three programs represented, coverage of “Abortion and the Law” is best. Present are a broadcast script, unedited tape transcripts of interviews with physicians and women who had illegal abortions, research material, photographs, and a posthumous book completed by Lowe's wife Harriett Van Horne based on the program. “Harvest of Shame,” which concerned the plight of migrant farm workers and which is considered a classic of the genre, is represented by two tape transcripts, a broadcast script, and 16 photographs taken during filming. For “Murder and the Right to Bear Arms,” there is only a final script.
Luce, David Title: David Luce Papers, 1973-1981
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (2 record center cartons)
Call Number: M82-152
Abstract: Research file of David Luce, a University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee law professor, congressional liaison of the Wisconsin Civil Liberties Union, and board member of the National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, pertaining to attempted reforms of the U.S. Criminal Code, and the history of relevant legislation. The file includes correspondence, drafts of bills, newsletters of groups opposing the bills, notes, and clippings.
Loy, David M., 1816-1873;
Loy, Peter Schell, 1846-1931
Title: David M. and Peter Schell Loy Papers, 1839-1911
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (12 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss CU
Abstract: Business and family papers of father David M. Loy and his son, Peter Schell Loy, of De Pere, Wis., including letters and business records.
Novick, David M., 1942-2003 Title: David M. Novick Papers, 1962-1981
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 287
Abstract: Papers of a Milwaukee civil rights activist and reporter for the black press, largely concerning his FBI and police files, and his efforts to expose and halt the governmental spying of citizens on political grounds.
Travis, David M., 1948- Title: David M. Travis Papers, 1978-1993
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (1 record center carton and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M95-205
Abstract: Papers of David M. Travis, a Democrat representing Wisconsin’s 81st Assembly district, documenting both the process and politics of rearranging legislative district lines in which Travis played a key role. The collection consists of clippings; correspondence on reapportionment and redistricting; political party analysis by district (1984-1986 and 1988); information on both the ethnic composition of districts and requirements for meeting the voting rights act when redistricting; debates about various redistricting plans; court records of plans disputes (1982, 1984, and 1992); demographic analysis (1992); hearing transcripts (1992); and reapportionment debate transcripts (1992).
Merrick, David, 1912- Title: David Merrick Papers, 1952-1961
Quantity: 9.2 c.f. (23 archives boxes, 1 flat box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 18AN
Abstract: Papers of a theatrical producer, consisting of extensive business records, scripts, and correspondence for twelve plays presented by Merrick either alone or in association with others. Among these are Destry Rides Again (1959), The Entertainer (1958), Fanny (1954), Look Back in Anger (1957), The Matchmaker (1955), and Romanoff and Juliet (1957). Seven boxes of the collection are comprised entirely of scripts for plays, motion pictures, musicals, and adaptations of novels and stories which were submitted for production by various authors.
Mladenoff, David J. Title: David Mladenoff papers on John T. Curtis
Quantity: 2.57 cubic feet 2 record cartons
Call Number: uac51
Abstract: David Mladenoff wrote a chapter with Robert L. Burgess called "The Pedagogical Legacy of John T. Curtis and Wisconsin Plant Ecology: 1947-1992" in the book Fifty Years of Wisconsin Plant Ecology. These papers are realted to this book chapter, and include material detailing biographical material and pedagogical genealogy of Professor John T. Curtis.
Nolan, David, 1946- Title: David Nolan Papers, 1960-1987
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes) and 104 photographs
Call Number: Mss 773; PH 3905; PH 3906
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1963-1977, of Nolan, a writer and social activist. Included are correspondence; executive board, staff, and editorial board minutes; reports; policy papers; and informational mailings of organizations and publications with which he was involved such as Our Generation, Penn Community Services, Inc., Southern Student Organizing Committee, the U.S. China Peoples Friendship Association, and Virginia Students Civil Rights Committee. Prominent correspondents include Anne Braden and Leonard Boudin. Papers as a staff member of the Atlanta office of the U.S. China Peoples Friendship Association also include extensive planning materials for friendship tours of China, biographical information on participants, and a lengthy journal written by one participant in the 1975 tour. Files on the Virginia Students Civil Rights Committee include correspondence, minutes, photographs, an unpublished history, and community organizing project files. Limited personal papers include biographical clippings, copies of articles and papers, photographs, and information on his status as a conscientious objector during the Vietnam War.
Harmon, David P., 1918- Title: David P. Harmon Papers, 1941-1964
Quantity: 7.2 c.f. (18 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 62AN
Abstract: Papers of a radio and television writer, consisting entirely of annotated script material for series on both media. Coverage is best for the radio programs America on the Air (CBS), Cavalcade of America (NBC), Gang Busters (CBS), and Now Hear This (NBC) and for the television series Cover Times Square (ABC), The Man Behind the Badge (Syndicated), and Jayne Wyman Theatre (ABC). Also included is a script for the motion picture Johnny Concho.
Peterson, David C. Title: David Peterson Research Materials on Princess Nadonis Shawa, 1989-1998 (bulk 1991-1992)
Extent: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: M2006-116
Abstract: Research materials, 1989-1998 (bulk 1991-1992), collected by David Peterson, a professor of theater and music at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, for his biography of Princess Nadonis Shawa, also known as Louise Alston Burleigh, an Ojibwa poetess and entertainer during the 1910s through 1940s. Included is correspondence between Peterson and his contacts; handwritten and typed notes, outlines, and ideas; a copy of the finished manuscript; a copy of the biography from the Wisconsin Dells Events (in 4 parts); and genealogical and background research materials (some photocopied material) regarding Princess Nadonis and her career.
Hunter, David R. Title: David R. Hunter Papers, 1984-2000
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (2 record center cartons and 2 archives boxes) and 1 photograph
Call Number: M2005-081
Abstract: Papers, 1984-2000, of David R. Hunter, a philanthropist and Executive Director of the Stern Fund (1964-1986). The fund served as philanthropic support for social action groups, including the New Party, Sustainable Long Island, and Sustainable Milwaukee. Hunter was highly involved with such groups throughout his life. The papers consist of financial records, correspondence, research papers, proposals, and mailings, all of which largely pertain to Hunter and the groups with which he worked. Hunter’s personal files include day planners, general correspondence, biographical materials, and papers from the dedication of a building in his name.
Obey, David R., 1938- Title: David R. Obey Papers, 1962-2010 (bulk 1969-2010)
Quantity: 456.0 c.f. (148 record center cartons, 766 archives boxes, 3 card boxes, and 1 flat box), 127 tape recordings, 1 disc recording, 3 compact discs (audio), 3 films (16 mm), 9 compact discs (video), 149 video tapes, 4.4 c.f. of photographs (10 archives boxes and 2 flat boxes), 1.2 c.f. of negatives and transparencies (4 archives boxes); plus additions of 1.0 c.f. (1 record center carton), 169 video tapes, and 3 DVDs (video)
Call Number: Stevens Point Mss BZ; PH Stevens Point Mss BZ; Audio 1683A; CC 427-CC 428; DG 029; VBC 298-VBC 304; VBC 306; VHB 555-VHB 571, VHB 574-VHB 686; VDA 251-VDA 259; VFA 059-VFA 069; M2013-092
Abstract: Papers of David Ross Obey, Democratic congressman who represented Wisconsin's 7th District from 1969 to 2010. Obey was noted for his leadership in the House Appropriations Committee, particularly its Foreign Operations, and Labor-Health and Social Services and Education subcommittees, as well as his dedication to Wisconsin's Progressive political tradition and his efforts to use government to improve people's lives. The papers concern both national and Wisconsin issues, with many topics such as educational reform, environmentalism, and health care bridging both. Wisconsin topics that are well documented include agriculture and the dairy industry, Native American treaty rights, Hmong refugee resettlement, transportation, and the decline of manufacturing. National topics of note are campaign finance and budget reform, foreign relations and international trade, abortion and religion in politics, and cancer research and occupational health and safety. His papers include speeches and writings, floor remarks, and interviews (some in audio and video form); correspondence; unofficial Appropriations Committee files; press releases, newsletters, clippings, photographs, and other press material; video tapes and sound recordings; district office files; campaign files; and extensive subject files created by members of his staff. A few files document his career as a member of the Wisconsin Assembly (1963-1969).
Luce, David Randall Title: David Randall Luce Papers, 1945-2005
Quantity: 1.6 cubic ft. (4 boxes) plus additions of 3.6 cubic ft. (5 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 169
Abstract: Papers of a former chair of the UW-Milwaukee Dept. of Philosophy largely documenting his political, professional, and teaching activities. Also included are files documenting the FBI's and the Michigan State Police's surveillance of Luce.
Schoenbrun, David, 1915-1988 Title: David Schoenbrun Papers, 1943-1980 (bulk 1962-1980)
Quantity: 4.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes and 1 record center carton), 2 tape recordings, 6 disc recordings, 254 photographs, 232 negatives, 1 oversize folder of photographs, and 1 film
Call Number: U.S. Mss 118AF; Audio 329A; Disc 121A; PH U.S. Mss 118AF; DD 121
Abstract: Papers of David Schoenbrun, a CBS foreign correspondent, news broadcaster, and author, primarily pertaining to his later career when he was world affairs correspondent for Metromedia and a free-lance journalist. Business correspondence, which comprises much of the collection, consists of letters to and from several notable individuals and exchanges with publishers about free-lance work. From his 1967 tour of Southeast Asia there are reports and briefings on meetings with foreign officials and U.S. military officers and photographs of street life and destruction in Hanoi and elsewhere in North Vietnam caused by American bombing. The remainder of the collection consists of personal correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, scripts for David Schoenbrun Reporting, and research files that include photocopied documents about the French underground during World War II. Also included is a recorded conversation with Dwight D. Eisenhower about Charles de Gaulle also concerning the French underground; North Vietnamese patriotic music; and the film David Schoenbrun on Vietnam: How Did We Get In? How Can We Get Out?
Shaw, David, 1916- Title: David Shaw Papers, 1965-1969
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 187AN
Abstract: Papers of David Shaw, writer-executive producer of the television series Shane (ABC), consisting almost entirely of variant scripts, shooting schedules, reports, and other production material for this program, plus variant scripts for the motion picture If It's Tuesday, This Must Be Belgium.
Susskind, David, 1920-1987 Title: David Susskind Papers, 1943-1975
Quantity: 68.4 cubic feet (172 archives boxes), 46 audio recordings, 686 films (16 mm), 129 films (35 mm), 28 videorecordings (3/4-inch), 23 videorecordings (1 -inch), 39 videorecordings (Betacam), 52 videorecordings (VHS)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 73AN; Audio 1452A; film numbers (see contents list)
Abstract: Papers of David Susskind, a producer, television host, and co-founder/president of the production company, Talent Associates Ltd. Arranged as alphabetically-ordered subject files, the collection contains a wide variety of material such as correspondence, scripts and drafts, production information, clippings, financial records, and legal documents. Much of the collection relates to the award winning dramatic anthologies and television series with which Susskind was associated. It provides a thorough picture of the business operations of Talent Associates as well as information on Susskind's personal activities and his opinions and interest in the television industry, politics, and events of topical interest. Coverage is best for the series Armstrong Circle Theatre (CBS), The David Susskind Show (Syndicated), DuPont Show of the Month (CBS, East Side/West Side (CBS), Mr. Broadway (CBS), N.Y.P.D. (ABC), Open End (Syndicated), Special Tonight (CBS), Way Out (CBS), and Witness (CBS), and for dramatic specials. Also included are files on Susskind's Broadway productions and motion pictures such as All the Way Home (Paramount, 1963), Raisin in the Sun (Columbia, 1961) and Requiem for a Heavyweight (Columbia, 1962). The collection includes extensive correspondence with prominent individuals in the motion picture and the television industries and in politics and government. It also contains transcripts of several news or interview programs which featured guests such as Marlon Brando, Hubert Humphrey, George Meany, Ambassador Menshikov of the Soviet Union, and Bertrand Russell.
Prosser, David T., 1942- Title: David T. Prosser Papers, 1977-1994
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 156
Abstract: Correspondence and subject files of Republican Wisconsin state Assemblyman David T. Prosser, Jr. The correspondence covers the years 1979-1994 and consists almost entirely of legislative memos between Prosser and his colleagues. The subject files encompass the years 1977-1993 and address such issues as public safety, energy and utilities, elections, and the Fox River system.
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.
Victor, David, 1910- Title: David Victor Papers, 1938-1964
Quantity: 24.0 c.f. (60 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 63AN
Abstract: Papers of a journalist, producer, and writer consisting entirely of scripts and related production information for numerous radio and television series and pilots. The majority of the scripts, many of which are annotated, pertain to the radio series The Hedda Hopper Show (NBC), The Mel Blanc Show (CBS), and Let George Do It (Syndicated), and to the television series Fireside Theatre (NBC), Gunsmoke (CBS), I'm the Law (Syndicated), The Rebel (ABC), and Walt Disney Presents (ABC). In 1961 Victor became producer of Dr. Kildare (NBC) and over half of the collection consists of production notes, correspondence, and numerous progressive script drafts for this program. Also present are scripts for two motion pictures and various radio and television auditions.

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