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Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Madison Chapter (Wis.) Title: Hadassah, Rachel S. Jastrow Chapter Records, 1919-1970
Quantity: 4.4 cubic feet (11 archives boxes) and 10 photographs (2 folders)
Call Number: Mss 248; PH 4857; PH 6651
Abstract: Records of the Madison, Wisconsin chapter of Hadassah, a Zionist women's organization engaged in activities related to medical, child welfare, and agricultural issues in Israel. The bulk of the collection consists of printed material sent to the chapters by various national Hadassah agencies and concerns the Hadassah Medical Organization, the National Council of Jewish Women, the Jewish National Fund, and Youth Aliyah. Correspondence regarding local and regional chapter activities is that of chapter presidents Cecile Schein and Fannie Mack. Also present is information on related local organizations such as the Madison Beth El Temple, the Beth Israel Center, and the University of Wisconsin Hillel.
Hagen Family Title: Hagen Family Papers, 1879-1899
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CC
Abstract: Family histories and typed translations of letters from several Norwegian immigrants to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin, area. The correspondents are ancestors of the donor, Harold Hagen, and include Anders (Andrew) Pedersen Solem (Hagen's maternal grandfather); Elling Anderson Sende (Hagen's paternal great- grandfather); and Anders Lian (aka Andrew Lee), Hagen's maternal grandmother's cousin. Elling Anderson Sende arrived in Eau Claire in 1879 and assisted the others to immigrate. They all worked primarily in sawmills during the summer and in lumber camps during winter.
Haigh family. Title: Haigh Family Scrapbook, 1906-1917
Quantity: 0.5 cubic ft. (1 flat box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 021
Abstract: The collection consists of one scrapbook that belonged to the paternal grandfather of Agnes Widder, Frederick George Haigh (1892-1963) or his mother, Mary Hartnell. The Haigh and Hartnell families emigrated from England in the mid-1800s and settled near Salem, Wisconsin. The 97 postcards in the album depict life, recreation, and travel destinations in Wisconsin, notably Kenosha, Green Bay, Cumberland, Salem, and Lake Geneva.
Holbrook, Hal, 1925- Title: Hal Holbrook Papers, 1942-1960
Quantity: 6.8 c.f. (16 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 146AN
Abstract: Papers of Hal Holbrook, a Broadway and television actor, primarily relating to the development of his one-man show Mark Twain Tonight!. In these diverse files are correspondence, financial records, Twain memorabilia and research, clippings, scripts and Twain stories, notes and drafts of a book based on his experiences, and files on merchandising this role in disc recordings, motion pictures, and television. The adaptations for other media include multiple scripts for a television version of Roughing It, and scripts and routines used in Holbrook's night club act. General correspondence, diaries, clippings, and reviews of his other stage roles and other miscellaneous personal papers form the remainder of the collection.
Kanter, Hal, 1918- Title: Hal Kanter Papers, 1937-1977
Quantity: 18.0 c.f. (45 archives boxes) and 12 cartoons.
Call Number: U.S. Mss 140AN; PH 4171; PH 4172
Abstract: Papers of a writer-producer-director of numerous television comedies. Included are scripts, correspondence and fan mail, contracts, production files, and ratings. Among the best represented series which Kanter created, wrote, produced, or directed are All in the Family (CBS), Bob Hope's Chrysler Theatre (NBC), Chico and the Man (NBC), The George Gobel Show (NBC), The Jimmy Stewart Show (NBC), Julia (NBC), Valentine's Day (ABC), and numerous specials and Academy Award presentations. Writings for other media include correspondence, drafts, and promotion for his novel Snake in the Glass (1971); scripts for radio programs such as ABC's Beulah Show; and scripts for The Children's Hour (UA, 1962), Let's Make Love (20th Century-Fox, 1960), Once upon a Horse (Universal, 1958), Pocketful of Miracles (Paramount, 1961), and eight other motion pictures. Also present are general correspondence and files on various professional organizations and committees of the Democratic Party. Of special interest are Kanter's scripts for Democratic telethons, 1972-1974, and materials on campaign groups supporting Eugene J. McCarthy and George S. McGovern. Also included are cartoons drawn and collected by Kanter. The subjects covered by Kanter's cartoons include the military, crime, and people in hard luck situations. Included are two cartoons drawn by John A. Ruge.
Hoard, Halbert L., 1861-1933 Title: Halbert L. Hoard Papers, 1872-1933
Quantity: 3.6 cubic feet (11 archives boxes) and 1 poster (oversize folder)
Call Number: Wis Mss QK; PH 6998
Abstract: Papers of Halbert L. Hoard, a Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin newspaper editor-publisher, inventor, and composer. Included is correspondence with national and state figures; letters and documents concerning his inventions; manuscripts and printed songs he composed; some papers of his father, William D. Hoard, a Wisconsin governor; and collected autographs.
Hall family;
Zimmerman family;
Viebahn family
Title: Hall, Zimmerman and Viebahn Family Papers, 1808-1966
Quantity: 8.8 c.f. (22 archives boxes) and 56 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 1053; PH 6579
Abstract: Papers of various members of the Hall, Zimmerman and Viebahn families of Watertown and Madison, Wisconsin, documenting the daily lives and activities of three generations of upper-middle class Wisconsin families. The papers consist primarily of family correspondence, including commentary on travel, recreation, college life at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, politics, domestic concerns, financial struggles, family events, and events local to Watertown and Madison. Also includes: Daniel Hall's papers documenting his professional role as a lawyer and State Assemblyman during the 1870s; the papers dating from before circa 1851 document the activities of family members in Lockport, New York, and include a small series of family photographs.
Steensland, Halle, 1832-1910 Title: Halle Steensland Papers, 1849-1978
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 24 photographs
Call Number: Mss 711; PH Mss 711
Abstract: Fragmentary papers, mainly 1849-1907, of Halle Steensland, a prominent Norwegian immigrant and Madison, Wisconsin businessman who was a founder of the Hekla Fire Insurance Company and the Savings, Loan and Trust Company Bank and who served as vice-consul for Sweden and Norway for many years. The papers, which are written in Norwegian and English, consist of correspondence, official documents and certificates, speeches, biographical clippings, and a brief journal. Also included is a biography of Steensland by Byron C. Ostby and a transcription of all documents by Oskar Garstein. The correspondence, which was primarily written to Steensland during the 1850s and 1860s consists of letters from his family in Norway and from friends who were also Norwegian immigrants. Photographs include the Steensland family and homes in Maple Bluff, Wis., and the Wisconsin Governor's Mansion and Tenney Park, Madison, Wis.
Hamilton Elementary School (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: Hamilton Elementary School, Second Grade Class, Letters to Santa
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 151
Abstract: Photocopies of letters written to Santa by students in Ed Ludwig's 2nd grade class at Hamilton Elementary School (La Crosse, Wisconsin), 2000.
Ross, Hamilton Nelson, 1889-1958 Title: Hamilton Nelson Ross Papers, 1874-1969
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Northland Mss B
Abstract: Papers, primarily 1950-1958, concerning the research conducted by Ross on the history of La Pointe, Wisconsin. Included is correspondence, research materials such as census data and maps, speeches and articles, drafts of his book La Pointe - Village Outpost, and miscellany.
Hamilton School District (Waukesha County, Wis.) Title: Hamilton School District Predecessor School District Records, 1867-1963
Quantity: 1.8 c.f. (1 record center carton and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Waukesha Series 35
Abstract: Records of schools consolidated into the Hamilton School District serving the northeast corner of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Most date 1955-1961 and consist of general record books containing minutes of the annual school meetings, financial statements, and teacher contracts. There are also school board meeting minutes from Districts 3, 5, 7, and 10. District 7 is also represented by nineteenth century recordbooks which include pupil registers and a record book of library circulation. Predecessors represented include Joint District No. 3, Villages of Lannon and Menomonee Falls (Lannon School), 1955-1963; Joint District No. 5, Village of Menomonee Falls, Town of Brookfield, and City of Brookfield (Marcy School), 1952-1963; Joint District No. 6, Villages of Lannon and Menomonee Falls and Town of Lisbon (Willow Springs School), 1948-1962; District No. 7, Town of Lisbon (North Lisbon School), 1867-1930; and Joint District No. 10, Villages of Butler and Menomonee Falls and Town of Brookfield (Butler School), 1943-1962.
- - - Title: Hand-drawn Map of Jink's (Jenk's) Hill, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 209
Abstract: A hand-drawn map showings Jink's (or, possibly Jenk's) Hill in La Crosse, Wisconsin; this area was located along Ferry Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets. A young person is possibly responsible for creating the map.
Hangar 13 (Beloit, Wisconsin) Title: Hangar 13 Scrapbooks, 1928-1944, 1984-1989
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (2 flat boxes and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M92-021
Abstract: Scrapbooks documenting Hangar 13, a boys’ club organized by the Beloit, Wisconsin Y.M.C.A. in 1928, devoted to the promotion of model aviation. Club members designed and constructed model aircraft, and engaged in competitive flying of their models. The club was active from 1928 to 1944, the period covered by the first six scrapbooks. The last three volumes document reunions of the group in 1984, 1988, and 1989. Included in the collection are photographs, financial reports, clippings, ribbons, flight lists, contest materials, catalogs, activity announcements, agendas, club rating qualifications, air show programs, winner lists, instructional materials, plane lists, alumni lists, correspondence, and other memorabilia.
Ris, Hania W., 1913- Title: Hania W. Ris Papers, 1951-1989
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes) and 15 tape recordings
Call Number: Mss 574; Tape 1045A
Abstract: Papers of Hania W. Ris, a Madison, Wisconsin, physician and feminist. Included is correspondence, written statements and testimony, professional articles and papers, and newsclippings illustrating her work in the areas of child and adolescent health care, Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, abortion rights, sex education and birth control, women's rights, nuclear disarmament, and health care for the institutionalized. The papers also concern Dr. Ris's involvement with numerous state and national task forces and committees, her 1975 trip to China and her subsequent published reports regarding Chinese health care, her work with the Wisconsin School for Girls, and her research and publications.
Anderson, Hans Alfred, 1855-1939 Title: Hans Alfred Anderson Papers, 1873-1879, 1911-1941
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: La Crosse Mss O
Abstract: Papers of Anderson, a Trempealeau County Court judge in Whitehall, Wisconsin, including an autobiography, but primarily concerning his proposed history of Trempealeau County. Included is correspondence, 1912-1916, with Milo M. Quaife, director of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin; other correspondence with early settlers of the county; recollections by Anderson of Nicolas Bourlier, a rather hermit-like settler about 1865 on a bluff between Osseo and Pigeon Falls; and the David W. Wade Family papers, 1873-1879, a set of family correspondence given to Anderson for his research. Wade resided in the Town of Lincoln and the letters primarily concern financial matters and family news.
Crocker, Hans, 1815-1889 Title: Hans Crocker Papers, 1836-1887
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 85
Abstract: Scattered papers of a Milwaukeean active in Wisconsin economic development; consisting largely of quitclaims, property tax receipts, and financial records from Crocker's activities as a railroad receiver and an investor in land and other ventures. The papers include fragmentary correspondence, lists, and receipts on railroad business, debts and mortgages, and investments in City of Milwaukee bonds as well as on household and personal expenses. The bulk of the collection involves real estate transactions.
Kaltenborn, H. v. (Hans), 1878-1965 Title: Hans v. Kaltenborn Papers, 1883-1964
Quantity: 92.6 c.f. (215 archives boxes, 2 card file boxes, 28 volumes, and 2 packages), 5 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 586 disc recordings, and 2 films; plus additions of 2.2 c.f., 26 tape recordings, 293 photographs, and 14 drawings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 1AF; SC 1054; Micro 443; CA 528; CA 529; Disc 50A; Audio 221A; Audio 244A; Audio 324A; Audio 364A; Audio 770A; PH 102; PH 311; PH 1497; PH 1582; PH 2754; MCHC66-118; M87-470; M93-251
Abstract: Papers of H. v. Kaltenborn, the “Dean of American Radio Commentators” who introduced editorial analysis to radio news broadcasting. The bulk of the collection is made up of correspondence, scripts, and recordings, but there are also business and professional papers, book and article manuscripts, notes, and scrapbooks.
- - - Title: “Harbor Command” Films, 1957-1958
Quantity: 39 film reels
Call Number: DA 566-DA 604
Abstract: Thirty-nine episodes of Harbor Command, a half-hour syndicated crime series about incidents in the lives of the men of the U.S. Harbor Police Command. All the films are 16 mm prints in black and white with sound. Each episode is approximately 950 feet long.
Harnisch family Title: Harnisch Family Genealogical Information
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 179
Abstract: The Harnisch Family Genealogical Information pertains primarily to Rebecca Houston Harnisch, who disappeared in 1894 while traveling from her home in Holmen (Wisconsin) to Onalaska. Also included is information on other Harnisch family members. Material types include newspaper clippings and other assorted documentation.
Harnischfeger Corporation Title: Harnischfeger Corporation Photographs and Negatives, circa 1890-circa 1970
Quantity: 471 negatives (17 archives boxes), 0.4 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box), and 1 panoramic photograph (1 oversize folder)
Call Number: PH 6015; PH 6899
Abstract: Photographs, circa 1890-circa 1970, related to hoists, cranes, construction equipment, and other machinery produced by the Harnischfeger Corporation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and its subsidiary, the Milwaukee Electric Crane and Manufacturing Corporation, circa 1890-circa 1920.
Engel, Harold A., 1903-1985 Title: Harold A. Engel Papers, 1922-1968
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 138AF
Abstract: Papers of Harold Engel, an educational broadcaster associated with WHA and WHA-TV, Madison, Wisconsin (1931-1968), as assistant director in charge of legislative and public relations. The collection deals exclusively with educational broadcasting and contains articles, clippings, surveys, and reports. Most documentation concerns the development of WHA, particularly its early history; Malcolm P. Hanson, Harold B. McCarty, and other staff members; campaigns for increased air time; television facilities; FM broadcasting; and building plans. The balance deals with Engel's other activities in educational broadcasting through the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association, National Association of FM Broadcasters, the University of Wisconsin Radio and Television Committee, and with other Wisconsin educational stations such as WMVS, WLBL, and WUMW-TV. Prominent correspondents include August Derleth and Hans V. Kaltenborn.
Mayer, Harold;
Mayer, Lynne Rhodes
Title: Harold and Lynne Rhodes Mayer Collection, 1955-1985
Quantity: 4.6 cubic feet (12 archives boxes); 5 videotape reels (1-inch), 9 videocassettes (3/4-inch), 1 videocassette (BetacamSP), 14 videocassettes (VHS), 10 videodiscs (DVD-R), 4 audio reels (1/4-inch), 179 film reels (16 mm), 14 film reels (35 mm), and 1 computer disc (4 3/4-inches)
Call Number: M2015-015; AE 583-AE 584; DG 188-DG 189; CC 931; CC 937-CC 938; CC 948-CC 951
Abstract: Papers and audiovisual material of Harold and Lynne Rhodes Mayer, documentary filmmakers.
McCarty, Harold B., 1901-1987 Title: Harold B. McCarty Papers, 1922-1986
Quantity: 76.2 c.f. (76 record center cartons and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M87-133
Abstract: Papers of Harold McCarty, long-term station director of WHA Radio in Madison, Wisconsin. McCarty served WHA from 1929 to 1966, first as station manager, then as director of the Wisconsin State Broadcasting System, continuing on as Executive Director of the Wisconsin Radio and Television Council. McCarty is well known for his contributions to the development of the radio program Wisconsin School of the Air (WSA), but he was also a leading proponent of non-commercial radio, he served as president of the National Association of Educational Broadcasters, and published widely on the subject of educational radio. The collection documents primarily the development of educational radio and television in the state of Wisconsin and nationally. It also documents the organization, operation, and management of WHA, the relationship between WHA and the University, radio programming and listeners' responses, and aspects of the State Radio Council and the National Association of Educational Broadcasters.
Boyle, Harold Title: Harold Boyle Papers, 1942-1974
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes) and 12 photographs
Call Number: U.S. Mss 144AF; PH 4320
Abstract: Papers of Boyle, a columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning war correspondent who covered World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam conflict for the Associated Press. Primarily documenting his activities as a war correspondent, 1942-1945 and 1950-1951, the collection offers correspondence, press dispatches, and other writings. Although the majority of Boyle's columns and dispatches focus on the life of the ordinary soldier in the European theater, he also commented repeatedly on Generals Omar N. Bradley and George S. Patton, Jr.. Correspondence includes reader mail, three dozen letters from Boyle to his wife written during World War II, and an edited version of other wartime letters. References to Ernie Pyle, Don Whitehead, J. Wes Gallagher, and other correspondents may be found throughout the section. Also present are 40 tablets of handwritten notes related to interviews and some biographical material.
Jordahl, Harold C., 1926-2010 Title: Harold C. Jordahl Papers, 1945-2008 (bulk 1950-1998)
Quantity: 20.0 c.f. (15 record center cartons, 3 archives boxes, and 2 flat boxes), 52 photographs, 4 transparencies, and 47 negatives (0.2 c.f.)
Call Number: Mss 1079; PH 6678
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1950-1998, of Harold C. Jordahl Jr., a University of Wisconsin-Madison professor, government official, and wilderness preservation advocate. Includes correspondence, memoranda, speeches and writings, reports, maps, and subject files about the creation of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, the St. Croix National Scenic Riverway, and the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway. Additional files document work as regional representative for the Department of the Interior (1963-1967), and associations with Senator Gaylord Nelson, government officials, and environmentalists in Minnesota and Wisconsin such as Martin Hanson, Gerry Thomssen (of Save Our St. Croix) and Joe Mills (of the Isaac Walton League). Additional papers were created as a product of his writing and the research of his students. The photographs are scenic views along the St. Croix and Namekagon rivers during the 1960s, the bill signing and groundbreaking ceremonies for the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center, and other events in which Jordahl participated.
Christoffel, Harold, 1912- Title: Harold Christoffel Oral History Interview, 1987
Quantity: 2 audio cassettes
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 40
Abstract: An oral history interview by Stanley Mallach and Joseph Broderick with Harold Christoffel--president of the United Automobile Workers Union, Local 248 at the Allis-Chalmers Corporation (ACC) plant in West Allis, Wisconsin from the late 1930s until February 1945, when he entered military service--at Christoffel's home outside Milwaukee, Wisconsin on 23 June 1987. The interview deals with the founding and operations of the CIO News (Wisconsin) and West Allis plant newspapers and the role of these publications in labor relations at ACC and in the rise of the CIO in Wisconsin. Also contains information about conflicts between ACC and Local 248 and the rise and internal operations of the Milwaukee County Industrial Union Council (MCIUC) and the Wisconsin State Industrial Union Council (WSIUC). The interview deals with the founding, purposes, effectiveness, editorial policy, story sources, and distribution of the Allis-Chalmers Workers' Union News, the CNW, and the Local 248 page and Local 248 edition of the CNW. Notable in the interview are Christoffel's comments on the purposes of the publications as information and organizing arms of Local 248 and the MCIUC and WSIUC; on race relations at ACC and in Local 248; on aspects of labor relations at the West Allis plant and the CNW coverage of the 1939 and 1941 strikes; on friction between the labor movement in Milwaukee and the Milwaukee Journal; on the coverage of union elections and John L. Lewis by the CNW; and on the stand of Local 248 on American entry into World War II before 7 December 1941 and attitudes toward the war effort after December 7.
Clurman, Harold, 1901- Title: Harold Clurman Notebooks, 1945-1951
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 124AN
Abstract: Notebooks of Harold Clurman, a drama critic for the New Republic and The Nation, containing his impressions of art, concerts, motion pictures, and theater. Although primarily recorded in New York, notes also relate to trips to Europe in 1947 and 1951.
McCormick, Harold Fowler, 1872-1941 Title: Harold Fowler McCormick Papers, 1892-1947
Quantity: 36.7 c.f. (91 archives boxes and 1 volume)
Call Number: McCormick Mss 1F; McCormick Mss 2F
Abstract: Papers of Harold Fowler McCormick, a Chicago industrialist with the McCormick Harvesting Machine Company and the International Harvester Company; consisting of correspondence, notes, business records, appointment books, speeches, clippings, and printed items. These concern financial interests, civic groups, personal and family life, and his publicized peace plan during World War I. Of his business activities, the Belle City Malleable Iron Company is best documented. A small portion of the collection consists of papers of his daughter, Muriel, documenting her interest in postwar relief work, the theater, and Chicago grand opera.
Hone, Harold N., 1892-1970;
Writers' Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Wisconsin
Title: Harold Hone Photographs, circa 1935-1940
Quantity: 769 photographs and 705 negatives; plus additions of 60 negatives
Call Number: M73-435; PH 3538; PH 3538 (3); PH 3978; PH 3978 (3); WHi(W82); WHi(W821)
Abstract: Photographs made by Harold Hone of Madison, Wisconsin, of cities, towns, and landscapes in Wisconsin, circa 1935-1940. Most of the images in the collection were done in his role as staff photographer for the WPA's Wisconsin Federal Writers' Project.
Homann, Harold J., 1903-1964 Title: Harold J. Homann Papers, 1915-1964
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (9 archives boxes) and 3 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Mss 393; Micro 798
Abstract: Papers of Homann, an Alton and Rockford, Illinois, executive of the Boy Scouts of America documenting his personal life and his youth activities. Included are family correspondence; financial, educational, and medical data; mementos; Boy Scout papers such as memoranda, articles and speeches, and jamboree programs and scripts; files on Youth Day programs Homann staged for the Illinois and Wisconsin state fairs; and many microfilmed scrapbooks of clippings, primarily on scouting. The collection reveals the emphasis on scouting as character building and a means of training youth for future good citizenship.
Kamps, Harold Title: Harold Kamps Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 1.6 linear ft. (4 archives boxes and one oversized flat folder) of papers, 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box and 21 negative flaps) of still images, and 2 VHS tapes (98 min).
Call Number: WVM Mss 2000
Abstract: Papers and photographs pertaining to the service and disappearance of Harold Kamps, a Coleman, Wisconsin, resident who served as an airman second class in the United States Air Force during the Cold War. The collection was compiled by Harold's brother, Raymond, in an attempt to discover what happened to Harold. Kamps was on a reconnaissance mission in 1958 while flying over Soviet Armenia when the plane was shot down. Kamps and all members on board were killed, however neither the United States or Russian government were willing to release any information regarding the status of the crew. The collection includes Government crash reports and memorandums, Russian crash reports, correspondence with government officials, news reports of the crash, and additional research into similar shoot downs during the Cold War, Korean War, and the Vietnam War. In addition there are some personal papers relating to Kamps, which include biographical information and service records. The photographs primarily document the C-130 dedication, and crash site. In addition, there are family photographs, photographs of Kamps while in service, and the reinterment ceremony for his remains. Of particular interest are photographs taken by the Russian military during the shoot down.
Konnak, Harold, 1904- Title: Harold Konnak Papers, 1928-1981
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder); plus additions of 0.3 c.f. and 5 photographs
Call Number: Parkside SC 44; M2006-100
Abstract: Papers of Harold Konnak, a lawyer and board member for several organizations, including the Racine Board of Education, the Racine Library Board, the Board of Visitors of the University of Wisconsin, the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin, and the Board of Governors of the Wisconsin State Bar. The collection documents both Konnak's professional career and his years of community service.
Michael, Harold L., 1925- Title: Harold L. Michael “Joe Must Go” Papers, 1954
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: River Falls Micro 2; Micro 287
Abstract: Papers of Michael, chairman of the Polk County, Wis., Republican Party organization, relating to the “Joe Must Go” movement for the recall of Senator Joseph McCarthy; including correspondence, a scrapbook of clippings, organizational materials, and publicity materials.
Groves, Harold M. (Harold Martin), 1897-1969 Title: Harold M. Groves Papers, 1927-1969
Quantity: 19.2 c.f. (48 archives boxes), 8 photographs (3 folders), and 50 transparencies (1 box)
Call Number: Mss 272; PH Mss 272
Abstract: Papers of economist Harold Groves, a University of Wisconsin professor (1927-1968), author of studies in public finance and taxation, and member of the Wisconsin State Legislature (1930-1936). Included are biographical materials, extensive correspondence, lecture and research notes, and notes and drafts of published and unpublished articles, reviews, and books. The correspondence was exchanged with various economic organizations (including cooperatives, in which Groves had a longstanding interest), government bodies, academic groups, and individuals. Prominent correspondents include Richard Goode, John Gronouski, Walter Heller, Harry Kahn, Henry Kissinger, Joseph Pechman, William Proxmire, and Frank Lloyd Wright. Subject files pertain to Madison, Wis., cooperatives, Frank Lloyd Wright's proposed Monona Terrace convention center, the Unitarian Church, and other topics.
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.
Christoffel, Harold R. 1912-1991 Title: Harold R. Christoffel Papers, circa 1937-1990 (bulk 1946-1950)
Quantity: 7.2 c.f. (9 archives boxes and 9 flat boxes) and 1 DVD
Call Number: Mss 1046; VDA 001
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1946-1950, of Harold R. Christoffel, first president of the United Automobile Workers, Local 248 at Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company in West Allis, Wisconsin, from 1937 to 1945. The collection includes early Local 248 union materials, including a history of the union to 1946 written by Christoffel, grievances and rulings, and scrapbooks of newspaper clippings documenting the major Local 248 strikes against Allis-Chalmers in 1941 and 1946-1947. Christoffel was indicted for and eventually convicted of perjury after stating in front of the House Education and Labor Committee that he was not a Communist in hearings conducted to investigate the Local 248 strike of 1946-1947. The major focus of the collection centers on the activities of the Harold Christoffel Defense Committee, formed to garner support and funding for Christoffel's defense against perjury charges. These papers include correspondence, donation receipts, testimonies and statements from prosecution and defense witnesses, and newspaper clippings documenting the trial. Significant members of the House Education and Labor Committee include freshmen representatives John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon. The collection also includes personal papers from Christoffel's time in the army and in prison, as well as biographical and research material. The documents consist primarily of subject files, correspondence, scrapbooks, and newspaper clippings.
Wilde, Harold R., 1911-1962 Title: Harold R. Wilde Papers, 1925-1959
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss CR
Abstract: Brief papers of Wilde, a Milwaukee businessman and secretary to Wisconsin Senator Alexander Wiley. Most of the correspondence concerns personal matters, although there are two letters from Wiley and one to Wiley discussing the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee. As a civic leader, Wilde was often asked to give speeches, and many copies exist in the collection. Also present are financial reports (1947-1950) of the Norcor Manufacturing Company, of which Wilde was vice-president.
Tuttle, Harold S. Title: Harold S. Tuttle Papers, 1953-1983
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: Northland Mss 13; Tape 1349A
Abstract: Papers of Tuttle, a conservative political and community leader from Eagle River (Wis.) consisting of his subject files on his participation and leadership of a chapter of the John Birch Society; correspondence with Joseph McCarthy; and records from his leadership of the Vilas County (Wis.) Republican Party in the late 1950s. Also documented is the controversy at Eagle River High School over the introduction of conservative books in the school library and attempts to censor liberal pamphlets and periodicals. The tape recording is of a speech given by Robert Welch in which he warns of communist intent to create divisions in the United States.
Shannon, Harold T. I., ?-1965 Title: Harold T.I. Shannon Papers, 1924-1940
Quantity: 0.4 c.f (1 archives box, 1 flat box, and 1 oversize folder), 1 reel of microfilm (35mm), and 6 photographs
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 148; PH Green Bay Mss 148; Green Bay Micro 58; Micro 2065
Abstract: Papers of a Green Bay journalist and publicist primarily documenting his work as manager of the Wisconsin Tercentennial, a 1934 event that commemorated the arrival of Jean Nicolet in Wisconsin. Also included is scattered documentation about Shannon's involvement with Progressive politicians during the 1920s. The Tercentennial files include correspondence, telegrams, reports, planning documents and budgets, a final financial statement, and memorabilia concerning arrangements for the visit of President Franklin D. Roosevelt on August 9, 1934, an appearance by Madame Schumann-Heinke, and other events. The memorabilia includes an original copy of the Milwaukee Journal rotogravure section of August 26, 1934. Additional files concern arrangements for a recreated Indian village and the historical pageant Under Three Flags, written by Susan B. Davis and State Historical Society historian Louise Phelps Kellogg. Prominent correspondents include Phyllis Crandall Connor, Joseph N. Conway, John V. Diener, F. Ryan Duffy, James Hughes, H. L. Mumm of the Land O' Lakes Indian Village in Rhinelander, Ella Neville, Chief Yellow Thunder, and Fred R. Zimmerman. Except for the memorabilia, the Terentennial files are available only on microfilm. Fragmentary general papers include personal memorabilia, political correspondence from John J. Blaine, Frank W. Kuehl, George J. Schneider and various Progressive political leaders, and a musical composition.
Webster, Harold Tucker, 1885-1952 Title: Harold Tucker Webster Cartoons, Photographs, and Memorabilia, 1911-1953
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes), and 55 photographs and approximately 4500 additional items (in 83 flat boxes and 1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 1032; PH 1301
Abstract: Original cartoon drawings and sketches, published cartoons, memorabilia, and photographs of Harold Tucker Webster, a cartoonist raised in Tomahawk, Wisconsin who was best known for his work for the New York Herald Tribune. Best covered are the strips “Life's Darkest Moment,” “How to Torture Your Wife/Husband,” and “The Timid Soul,” which featured Webster's most famous character, Caspar Milquetoast. Memories of Tucker's Wisconsin youth are alluded to in many strips. Less well known themes concerned Prohibition, radio and television broadcasting, card games, and vacationing with automobile trailers. Except for a few colored drawings of “The Timid Soul,” all of the drawings are in pen and ink, some with blue pencil shading added for the printer. The sketch books primarily contain pencil portraits, but a few document scenes from a 1911 trip to China. The photographs consist of formal and informal portraits and snapshots of leisure time activities including his love of the circus. Several show Webster at a 1940 event with Thomas E. Dewey. The memorabilia includes promotional material, biographical information, and letters of commendation from Gertrude Stein, Theodore Roosevelt, and others. Some of the books of published cartoons in this collection were separated from the August Derleth comic collection.
Clemens, Harold W., 1918-. Title: Harold W. Clemens Papers, 1952-1967
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss EJ; PH Milwaukee Mss EJ
Abstract: Papers of Clemens, a Republican State Assembly member from Waukesha County, Wisconsin, from 1956-1968, who resigned his seat to become State Treasurer. Relating exclusively to Clemens' activities as a legislator, and except for the 1963 legislative session, most files are fragmentary and incomplete. They consist of correspondence, copies of legislation, and other items.
Hein, Harold William, 1905- Title: Harold William Hein Genealogical Records, 1950s-1960s, undated
Quantity: 6.1 c.f. (6 record center cartons and 1 oversize folder) and 0.8 c.f. of photographs (in 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: M99-017
Abstract: Notes, charts, correspondence, and other genealogical records prepared by Harold W. Hein in the 1950s and 1960s in order to document his ancestry and qualify for membership in the Sons of the American Revolution. Completed genealogies include charts and relate to the Trenchard, Bowen, Stevens, Townsend, Van Ness, Sonn, Funk, and Hein families, all of whom were early immigrants to Wisconsin (1840s) and several of whom had American roots dating back to the Colonial era.
Story, Harold Willis, b. 1890 Title: Harold Willis Story Papers, 1941-1947
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (1 archives box and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Mss 69
Abstract: Papers used by Harold Story, a vice-president of Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Company, in 1947 in testifying on 1941 and 1946 strikes by United Auto Workers (CIO), Local 248, West Allis, Wisconsin, before Congressional committee investigations of communism in organized labor; and a copy of the union bargaining proposals for the 1943 contract.
Behar, Harriet, 1954- Title: Harriet Behar Papers, 1987-2012
Quantity: 0.5 cubic feet (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: Mss 1191
Abstract: Papers, 1987-2012, of Harriet Behar, organic farmer and inspector, senior organic specialist at Midwest Organic and Sustainable Education Service (MOSES), and National Organic Standards Board (NOSB) member, documenting her involvement in organic farming advocacy and education. Of note are a few early materials (1988-1991) from the Coulee Region Organic Produce Pool (CROPP), now known as Organic Valley/CROPP Cooperative.
Whetten, Harriet Douglas, b. ca. 1822 Title: Harriet Douglas Whetten Papers, 1831-1907
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: New York Mss G; Micro 388
Abstract: Correspondence, 1862-1865, and a diary, 1862, of Whetten, a Civil War nurse, together with papers of her family. Whetten served as a nurse on hospital ships out of New York and Philadelphia, 1862-1865, and later as nurses' superintendent at the Carver Hospital in Washington, D.C. Also included is correspondence of various members of the Whetten family, 1831-1907, who were related to John Jacob Astor and who had tangential connections to Milwaukee through Robert Eliot. Ephemera in the collection consists of John B. Whetten's hand-printed copy of Hamlet and a handmade autograph book presented to Mary by her father in 1846. It contains an 1851 Jenny Lind signature.
Gostomski, Harriet Title: Harriet Gostomski Papers, 1921-1948
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 70
Abstract: Correspondence and postcards, in English and Polish, between Harriet Gostomski and her husband, John V. Jakusz. The correspondence includes letters from Harriet to her husband during her visits to Poland, and letters from Miroslav Strzelinski of Posnan. The collection also contains miscellaneous materials regarding the ocean liner M.S. Pilsudski.
Werley, Harriet H. Title: Harriet H. Werley Papers, 1922-2002
Quantity: 17.6 cubic ft. (29 boxes, including safety film and nitrate negatives) 1 oversize folder 8 audio cassettes 1 videocassette digital files plus additions of 2 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 284
Abstract: Papers of a distinguished professor in the UWM School of Nursing. The papers largely document Werley's career, which she began in the 1940s, serving as an army nurse for over twenty years before moving into a second career in academia. In particular, the papers document Werley's early work with mass casualty planning and her later interests in nursing minimum data sets. Some items of a more personal nature are also found in the collection.
McCormick, Harriet Hammond, d. 1921 Title: Harriet Hammond McCormick Papers, 1904-1925
Quantity: 6.8 c.f. (17 archives boxes)
Call Number: McCormick Mss 11C
Abstract: Papers of Harriet Hammond McCormick, wife of Chicago industrialist Cyrus McCormick, Jr.; consisting of correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, and financial records documenting her personal interests and civic activities. These concern chiefly household matters; the preparation of her book, Landscape Art Past and Present; her community and social work with philanthropies; clippings and messages of condolence concerning the death of her daughter Elizabeth at the age of twelve; charities relating to memorials to her daughter, including reports and correspondence regarding the Elizabeth McCormick Memorial Fund, concerned chiefly with child welfare in Chicago; and material on the Chicago YWCA building given in 1926 as a memorial to Mrs. McCormick after her own death in 1921. Included among the financial records are records of personal expenses, stock holdings, and bills.
Parker, Harriet Title: Harriet Parker Wisconsin Postcard Collection, 1908-1972
Quantity: .4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 174
Abstract: A collection of 282 Wisconsin postcards collected by Harriet Parker. Many of the postcards do not have writing on them. Some were sent to the Parker family; others are from elsewhere. A number of the cards contain reminiscences from the 1950s.
Forman, Harrison, 1904-1978 Title: Harrison Forman Papers, 1927-1983
Quantity: 8.7 cubic ft. (16 boxes, including 19 audio reels and 2 audio cassettes)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 17
Abstract: Papers of Harrison Forman, a photographer, journalist, author, aviator, lecturer, and explorer, mostly dating from the 1930s-1970s. The collection contains clippings and drafts of his articles, photographs, scrapbooks, ephemera, and correspondence.
Garner, Harrison L.;
Garner, Mary Parent
Title: Harrison L. Garner and Mary Parent Garner Papers, 1870-1974
Quantity: 5.5 c.f. (5 record center cartons, 1 archives box, and 1 oversize folder), 819 photographs, and 241 negatives
Call Number: M81-138
Abstract: Papers of Harrison L. Garner, a long-time alderman in Madison, Wisconsin, and his wife, Mary Parent Garner, documenting Mr. Garner’s studies at the University of Wisconsin, World War I service and Gas School instruction, American Legion activities, and civic interests including the Madison City Council. Mrs. Garner’s papers reflect her civic interests, including Badger Girls State and the State Board of Public Welfare. Also included is family correspondence and a small amount of material from the Garners’ three children. The photographs and negatives document the family and Harrison Garner’s service in the Wisconsin National Guard (1916).
Ludington, Harrison, 1812-1891 Title: Harrison Ludington Papers, 1848-1890
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss J
Abstract: Papers of Ludington, a Milwaukee businessman and Republican, who was mayor of that city, 1871-1876, and governor of Wisconsin, 1876-1878. The collection relates only to Ludington's business activities, particularly to his partnership with Daniel Wells, Jr., of Milwaukee and Anthony Van Schaick of Chicago in the lumber industry. Included are many letters from Van Schaick concerning the land investments and lumber production of the Ludington, Wells and Van Schaick Company which operated near Menominee, Michigan. An additional group of papers concerns Ludington's financial responsibilities as executor of the estate of his early mercantile partner in Milwaukee, Harvey Birchard, and as guardian of Birchard's two minor heirs.
Reed, Harrison, 1813-1899 Title: Harrison Reed Papers, 1838-1940
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Wis Mss SR
Abstract: Papers of Harrison Reed, a Wisconsin land speculator, journalist, and politician who in 1862 became a resident of Florida, where he served as tax commissioner and as governor, 1868-1874. Two main groups of correspondence appear in the collection. Letters of Harrison's brother Curtis, written to his fiancée Lydia Ripley in 1849-1850, are primarily personal in content but contain occasional hints concerning the Reeds' dispute with Harvey Jones over land and water-power rights on Doty's Island, site of Neenah-Menasha, Wisconsin. Letters of Harrison Reed, written in 1862-1864 to his sister-in-law Lydia, discuss his work in the Treasury Department in Washington and his maneuvers to secure a political office in Florida. Other documents of widely scattered dates include certificates of political appointments issued to the two brothers, three speeches delivered by Harrison Reed while governor of Florida, a few records of Wisconsin and Florida land transactions, several letters of autograph value and clipped autographs, and fragmentary genealogical notes on the Reed family.
Bruno, Harry A., 1893-1978 Title: Harry A. Bruno Papers, 1919-1969
Quantity: 9.4 c.f. (9 archives boxes, 4 flat boxes, 10 volumes, and 1 package), 22 disc recordings, and 3 tape recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 53AF; Disc 41A; Disc 42A; Disc 43A; Disc 97A; Audio 654A; Audio 323A; Audio 478A
Abstract: Papers of Harry A. Bruno, a public relations counsel and aviation pioneer. The bulk of the collection is publicity material prepared by H.A. Bruno and Associates Inc., and other Bruno firms for clients such as Defense Special Trains, 1941; the Hindenburg's maiden flight, 1936; National Biscuit Company, 1934-1935; Standard Oil of New Jersey, 1936; and a host of aviation events. Included are outlines, press releases, photographs, publicity samples, and clippings. The correspondence deals with business matters, but also includes letters about his book Wings Over America (1942) and the New York Lotos Club. Prominent correspondents include Bernard Baruch, Thomas E. Dewey, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Herbert Hoover, J. Edgar Hoover, Charles A. Lindbergh, Douglas MacArthur, Frank E. Mason, Richard M. Nixon, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Harry S. Truman, Nathan Twining, Orville Wright, and many others. Also present are complete drafts, research material, publicity, and printed matter relating to Wings; articles both by and about Bruno; reviews of a biography by Princine Calitri; photographs; memorabilia; and “Reminiscences of Fifty Years in Aviation,” an oral history interview transcript. The recordings which accompany the collection primarily concern Lindbergh, the Hindenburg disaster, and other topics related to aviation.
Aitken, Roy E., 1882-1978;
Aitken, Harry, 1878-1956
Title: Harry and Roy Aitken Papers, 1909-1940
Quantity: 18.0 cubic feet (45 archives boxes) and 51 reels of microfilm (35 mm); plus additions of 0.1 cubic feet
Call Number: U.S. Mss 9AF; Micro 561; M95-169
Abstract: Papers of Harry and Roy Aitken, two brothers who pioneered in the production and distribution of motion pictures beginning with the silent film era. The collection consists of scripts and scenarios for silent films, often with other production materials such as photographs, reviews, continuity, cutting sheets, copyright information, as well as an actor index; correspondence; and business records. Financial and legal records relate to many of the Aitkens' companies, particularly the Keystone, Majestic, and New York motion picture studios and the Triangle and Tri-Stone Pictures distribution companies. A large quantity of general correspondence relates to the various companies' histories from 1909 to 1925. Among the motion picture pioneers mentioned are Louis Mayer, Mack Sennett, and Jean Hersholt. Also included are records of other Aitken film companies.
Bragarnick, Harry, 1879-1960 Title: Harry Bragarnick Papers, 1930-1960
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box), 25 photographs, and 1 film (16 mm)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 140; AC 258; PH 3971; PH 3971 (3)
Abstract: Papers of Harry Bragarnick, a dry goods retailer and freelance arbitrator who immigrated from the Ukraine in 1878 and resided in Milwaukee from 1913 to 1960. The collection consists of clippings, correspondence, photographs, and miscellaneous legal records which document Bragarnick's role in settling labor disputes, especially during the milk strikes of 1933, and in the hosiery and garment industries during the 1930s and 1940s. Also documented are his philanthropic activities in Milwaukee and efforts to mediate civil cases such as divorce and property disputes. A 16 mm silent film clip records a testimonial dinner held for Bragarnick in 1948. The photographs include images of Harry Bragarnick and Elizabeth Bragarnick; Harry Bragarnick with labor leaders; Harry Bragarnick's seventieth birthday celebration, May 9, 1948; and an exterior view of his dry goods store in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, circa 1930.
Harry Bridges Victory Committee Title: Harry Bridges Victory Committee Records, 1936-1945
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 61
Abstract: Miscellaneous pamphlets and newsletters produced by the San Francisco-based committee which led the effort to assist Harry Bridges. Between 1940 and 1945, the U.S. government attempted to deport Bridges, a leader of the International Longshoremen's Association, and the committee organized labor and political support in his defense. The collection also contains some newsclippings concerning the case. The committee was originally known as the Harry Bridges Defense Committee.
Brockel, Harry C., 1908-1985 Title: Harry C. Brockel Papers, 1954-1968
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (9 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss CZ
Abstract: Papers of Harry Brockel, director of the port of Milwaukee and secretary of the Milwaukee Harbor Commission, concerning his activities on the advisory board of the St. Lawrence Seaway Development Corporation; including corporation minutes and reports, news releases, financial reports and estimates, clippings, and correspondence files.
Dahmer, Harry Title: Harry Dahmer Letters, 1918-1919
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 148
Abstract: The collection consists of a series of love letters written by Harry Dahmer, a private in Company A, 10th Infantry Replacement Company, to Sylvia Steffen of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The letters give brief accounts of basic training, the climate in Texas, and reminiscences of Milwaukee and Wisconsin. Dahmer also provides short descriptions of leisure activities in camp at Le Mons, France, such as baseball and music, and of visiting Paris and St. Malo, France.
Baumgartner, Harry E. Title: Harry E. Baumgartner Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.1 linear ft. (2 folders) of papers and 0.6 linear ft. (2 archives boxes) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1030
Abstract: Papers and photographs from the World War II service of Harry E. Baumgartner, a Madison native who served with the 135th Medical Regiment. Majority of the collection consists of Baumgartner's photographs from his basic training at Camp Shelby (Mississippi) through his overseas service in Australia and New Guinea. The majority of photographs are unidentified but have been grouped into either Camp Shelby or Pacific. The Camp Shelby photographs include shots of the regimental band, soldiers in various poses, tents, vehicles, local scenery, and a chaplain performing a religious service. In general they provide a feel for the atmosphere of training in Mississippi in 1941. The Pacific photographs feature aboriginal people, some Japanese prisoners of war, and members of the regiment providing medical care to wounded soldiers. There are also numerous unidentified shots of scenery, buildings, vehicles, and soldiers in uniform. These photographs show the backdrop of his service in the Pacific, focusing on recreation and military life rather than battles and military aspects. Papers are scattered and consist mostly of membership materials for the 135th Medical Regiment Association, a veterans' organization that held reunions for past members of the unit. Also includes obituary, discharge form, and scattered military documents from Baumgartner's service.
Dankoler, Harry E., 1863-1955 Title: Harry E. Dankoler Papers, circa 1715-1987
Quantity: 1.6 cubic feet (4 archives boxes); plus additions of 0.2 cubic feet, 114 photographs, 185 negatives, and 1 map
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 15; M93-142; PH 2101; PH 2153; PH 2939; PH 2916; WHi(D28)
Abstract: Papers of Harry Dankoler, a Wisconsin author and newspaper publisher. Correspondence, reports, agreements, financial accounts, stockholders' information, and photographs relating to copper mining and the Leighton-Wyoming Mining Company, 1906-1911, in which Dankoler invested, comprise the bulk of the collection. There is also material, 1935-1939, concerning construction of the Door County museum at Sturgeon Bay which Dankoler helped found. Other correspondence pertains to Dankoler's work, particularly the writing he did for the Manufacturer's Appraisal Company of Cleveland and Philadelphia.
Bowie, Harry J., 1935- Title: Harry J. Bowie Papers, 1964-1967
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Mss 31; Micro 928
Abstract: Papers collected by New Jersey minister Harry J. Bowie while he worked in the McComb, Mississippi, area as a participant in the National Council of Churches Delta Ministry Project from 1964 to 1967. Included are correspondence, affidavits, personal records, notes, circulars, and flyers pertaining to arrests of volunteers, Freedom Schools, Head Start, voter registration, the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, the Poor People's Corporation, and the Project's and Bowie's personal finances. On microfilm are a card file on personnel involved in the Delta Ministry Project, with names of local residents who also participated, and two scrapbooks of clippings regarding Mississippi and civil rights.
Hersheimer, Harry J., 1871-1952 Title: Harry J. Hirshheimer Papers
Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS R
Abstract: Harry J. Hirshheimer was born in La Crosse in 1871. The son of prominent La Crosse businessman, Hirshheimer was well known as a local historian. He collaborated with Albert H. Sanford in writing A History of La Crosse 1841-1900, and died in 1952, shortly after the book’s publication. These papers constitute materials collected by Hirshheimer while working on his book, The History of La Crosse 1841-1900, and while doing research for his radio broadcasts on local history and his papers presented to the La Crosse County Historical Society.
Jerome, Harry Title: Harry Jerome Papers, 1925-1938
Quantity: 3.6 c.f. (10 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss UZ
Abstract: Papers of Harry Jerome, an economist and author. Correspondence, 1925-1938, relates to Jerome's work as a professor in and chairman of the department of economics at the University of Wisconsin, his connections with national research organizations, his own research, and his efforts to attract graduate students and professors to the University. In addition, the collection contains articles, lectures, and addresses; reports and memoranda of various research associations; materials relating to the economics department; and research data and bibliographies.
Block, Harry L. Title: Harry L. Block Scrapbooks, 1936-1946
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (9 volumes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 84AF
Abstract: Cartoons clipped from various prominent newspapers relating to World War II and including work by nearly 80 political cartoonists.
Loeb, Harry Title: Harry Loeb Papers and Still Images,
Quantity: 1.2 linear ft. (3 archives boxes) of papers and 0.8 linear ft. (2 archives boxes, 1 negative box, and negative flaps) of still images
Call Number: WVM Mss 1998
Abstract: Papers and still images related to the service of Harry Loeb, a Madison, Wisconsin, resident who served in General Hospital 181 in Karachi, India, during World War II. Papers consist mainly of correspondence, including letters, V-mail, and cards sent to Loeb by family and friends while he was in the military. Many of these letters exchange news from home, keeping Loeb informed of movements and changes in his friends and family. A few letters were written by Loeb to his friends and family, and focus on giving advice and passing along news of home rather than experiences in the war. Letters written from his fellow soldiers in India were sent to him after they were redeployed or returned home. They express a camaraderie between those who served together and alludes to very unpleasant conditions. A letter written in 1950 by the wife of a comrade describes the hard time her family was facing, the choice of her husband to go on active duty, and the hardship of being stationed in Korea. Other papers include papers from Loeb's career after his service, including Bar Exam certificates. Still images in this collection include black-and-white photographs and negatives. The majority of photographs are from India and depict the hospital, Loeb and his comrades, cities and villages, and temples. Other images include photographs from trips taken by Loeb to Palestine, Egypt and South Africa. There are also many photographs sent to Loeb by his family and friends during the war.
Hyatt, Harry Middleton, 1890- Title: Harry Middleton Hyatt Research Papers, circa 1920s-1950s
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (1 record center carton and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M80-110
Abstract: Photocopied genealogical research material assembled by the Anglican minister and folklorist Harry Middleton Hyatt, who wrote two books about his family's genealogy, The Millers of Millersburg, Kentucky, published in 1929; and Descendants of John Walton of Baltimore Co., Maryland And Harrison Co., Kentucky, published in 1950. The originals of these photocopied documents are held by the Daughters of the American Revolution in Washington, D.C., the State Historical Society of Missouri, and the Kentucky Historical Society. The papers document the genealogy of the Baker, Hyatt, and Miller families and Hyatt's research to reconstruct it. The collection has a numerical filing system used by the donor but omitted from this list.
Poole, Harry R., 1915- Title: Harry R. Poole Papers, 1941-1991
Quantity: 21.0 c.f. (19 record center cartons and 6 archives boxes)
Call Number: M95-115
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1944-1981, of Harry R. Poole, a former president (1976-1979?) and executive vice-president (1955-1976) of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America (AMCBWNA) and, after their merger with the Retail Clerks International Association in 1979, a vice-president of the United Food and Commercial Workers. The papers best document his pre-1958 career as organizer and international vice-president of District 2 of the AMCBWNA, but there are some files for his later positions.
Bannister, Harry Ray, 1894-1967 Title: Harry Ray Bannister Papers, 1936-1967
Quantity: 5.6 c.f. (14 archives boxes), 8 tape recordings, and 13 disc recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 86AF; Tape 432A; Disc 71A
Abstract: Papers of an NBC executive who served as vice-president for station relations, 1952-1961. Although his twenty-year tenure as station manager at WWJ/WWJ-TV, Detroit, Michigan, is given only light coverage, there are notable files on his years with the network. Included are correspondence, clippings, reports, speeches and writings, recordings, and biographical information. Among the prominent correspondents are Martin Agronsky, Leonard Bernstein, Martin Codel, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Gerald R. Ford, J. Edgar Hoover, Lyndon B. Johnson, Allan Nevins, George W. Romney, and Robert A. Taft. There are also routine correspondence and memoranda exchanged with various NBC executives such as David C. Adams, Robert Kintner, David and Robert W. Sarnoff, Sylvester L. Weaver, Jr., and Frank White on matters concerned with affiliate policy and relations, programming, and the development of television broadcasting. Speeches and writings include correspondence, reviews, publicity, and background information about his autobiography; free lance articles; and drafts and typed copies of speeches presented to several professional organizations and to two congressional committees.
Ruby, Harry, 1895-1974 Title: Harry Ruby Papers, 1926-1951
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 169AN
Abstract: Papers of Harry Ruby, a composer, lyricist, and writer of plays and motion pictures, consisting of scripts and music for motion pictures and Broadway musicals. Motion picture files contain scripts for Animal Crackers (Para., 1930), Horse Feathers (Para., 1932), Three Little Words (MGM, 1950), which was based on Ruby's long, successful collaboration with Bert Kalmar, and other films. Theater files include the books for The Five 0'Clock Girl (1927), High Kickers (1941), Lucky (1927), and The Ramblers (1926); and musicals and revues that Ruby wrote in association with Kalmar, Otto Harbach, Guy Bolton, and George Jessel. Also included are manuscript copies of six songs, including Groucho Marx's “Hooray for Captain Spaulding” from Animal Crackers, “Three Little Words,” and “Who's Sorry Now.”
Sauthoff, Harry, 1879-1966 Title: Harry Sauthoff Papers, 1919-1929
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 29
Abstract: Papers concerning Sauthoff's work as a lawyer, Dane County, Wisconsin, district attorney, and state senator. Included is a small file of general correspondence, materials on legal cases, legislative papers, and files from the 1924 La Follette for President Committee of which Sauthoff was secretary. A major portion of the collection focuses on an investigation by the Wisconsin Railroad Commission's Securities Division of the sale of bonds and securities by the investment firm of Wildeman and Company. Sauthoff represented Wildeman. Another portion concerns the Smith-Ekern inquiry of 1925, a state senate investigation chaired by Sauthoff concerning charges by the Commissioner of Insurance, W. Stanley Smith, against Attorney General Herman L. Ekern for negligence in prosecuting cases.
Sosnik, Harry, 1906- Title: Harry Sosnik Papers, 1920-1966
Quantity: 77.4 c.f. (152 flat boxes and 2 card file boxes), 4 tape recordings, and 537 disc recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 115AN; Tape 1113A; Disc 94A
Abstract: Papers, primarily comprised of musical scores and parts, of Harry Sosnik, a composer, arranger, and conductor of radio and television music and vice-president in charge of music for the American Broadcasting Company. Included are 176 recordings of programs in the form of air checks, many representing the WNBC-TV program Musical Comedy Time; 319 pressings of Decca recordings arranged and conducted by Sosnik, 1936-1945, featuring such performers as Rudy Vallee, Dick Powell, Bing Crosby, and Judy Garland; and 46 symphonic recordings. On tape are two musical pieces from Playwrights '56 and two from the 1954 Rodgers and Hammerstein Special. The musical scores and parts consist of compositions by Sosnik and music arranged and conducted by him for radio and for television series and specials. Also included are bridges, tags, and playoffs consisting of short pieces used as introductions, lead-ins, or incidental background music.
Trippe, Harry, 1872-1939 Title: Harry Trippe Papers, 1861-1936
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (1 archives box and 1 card box)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss BG
Abstract: Papers of a civil engineer from Whitewater, Wisconsin who served as a lieutenant colonel with the 308th Engineer Regiment during World War I before reenlisting in the regular army (1920-1936). Included are letters written to his wife and family concerning his training at Fort Leavenworth and Camp Sherman and his duty overseas both during and after the war; official documents concerning the regiment and his duty, a draft regimental history, and 20 pocket diaries covering (with gaps) the period 1903 to 1934.
Bolens, Harry W. Title: Harry W. Bolens Papers, 1837-1887, 1903-1944
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (8 archives boxes), 115 photographs (3 folders and 1 album) and 3 negatives (3 envelopes)
Call Number: Wis Mss LD; PH 661; PH 1086; PH 1572
Abstract: Papers of Harry W. Bolens, a Wisconsin manufacturer, inventor, newspaper editor, and politician. The collection consists mainly of two types of materials: papers related to the Gilson Manufacturing Company in Port Washington, and letters and speeches from the period of Bolens' service in the state senate. Some photographs show products of the Gilson Company while others are images of members of the Bolens family and friends.
Flannery, Harry W., 1900-1975 Title: Harry W. Flannery Papers, 1927-1968
Quantity: 13.6 c.f. (34 archives boxes), 805 tape recordings, 129 photographs (2 folders), and 5 films
Call Number: U.S. Mss 80AF; Audio 427A; PH 3429; PH 3459
Abstract: Papers of Harry W. Flannery, a foreign correspondent, news analyst, author, and AFL-CIO radio coordinator, consisting chiefly of books, articles, research files, World War II communiqués, plays, scripts for films and radio programs, speeches, and tapes. Work for the AFL-CIO is represented by films and film scripts, radio scripts, and over 800 tapes pertaining to ABC's As We See It and John Vandercook and the News and three syndicated programs, Labor Reports to the Nation, Labor Answers Your Questions, and Washington Reports to the Nation. All of the above are notable for the number of prominent individuals interviewed. Also noteworthy are letters written while he was a CBS correspondent in Berlin and as a war correspondent in 1941, and listener mail from the late 1940s concerning alleged Communist influence in California. Prominent correspondents include Paul H. Douglas, Arthur J. Goldberg, Hubert H. Humphrey, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, George Meany, Upton Sinclair, and Willard Wirtz.
Jackson, Hartley H. T. (Hartley Harrad Thompson), 1881- Title: Hartley H. T. Jackson Papers, 1898-1958
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 662
Abstract: Papers of Jackson, a zoologist employed by the U.S. Biological Survey (1910-1940) and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (1940-1951), consisting of correspondence and research reports. Jackson authored a monumental survey of Wisconsin mammals in 1961 and much of the correspondence, 1922-1958, focuses upon that publication and others. The reports consist of field observations of Wisconsin mammals made by Jackson, 1912-1955, scattered reports by other researchers, and 1940 field observations made by Jackson and Olaus Murie in the western United States. Correspondents include wildlife biologists Aldo Leopold, F. J. W. Schmidt, George Wagner, A. W. Schorger, Francis Zirrer, and Walter E. Scott. Also present are letters, 1928-1932, to Dr. E. W. Nelson, including two from Theodore Roosevelt.
Vick, Harriette;
Vick, Harvey
Title: Harvey and Harriette Vick Papers, 1907-2009
Quantity: 5.1 c.f., 527 photographs, 84 negatives, and 0.6 c.f. of additional photographs
Call Number: M2005-064; M2005-136; M2006-094; M2010-055
Abstract: Scrapbooks principally documenting Harvey and Harriette Vicks' travels throughout Wisconsin. The scrapbooks consist of maps, brochures, and news articles the Vick family collected while visiting parks and historic sites throughout the state. Some ephemera is also included.
Kitzman, Harvey, 1906-1977 Title: Harvey Kitzman Papers, 1938-1972
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box), 4 reels of microfilm (35mm), 16 tape recordings, and 86 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 725; Micro 1110; Tape 1050A; PH 4045
Abstract: Papers of Harvey Kitzman, a national officer of the United Auto Workers and leader in the Wisconsin Democratic Party, primarily consisting of microfilmed scrapbooks, recorded political and labor speeches (mainly 1966-1972), photographs, and memorabilia documenting his labor and political activities and various UAW local strikes at the J.I. Case Company in Racine and the Kohler Company. In addition to Kitzman's speeches the collection includes recordings of Hubert Humphrey, Gaylord Nelson, Walter Reuther, and Leonard Woodcock. Unfilmed additional photographs relate to several UAW strikes and miscellaneous material concerns Democratic politics and other activities.
Klafke, Harvey Title: Harvey Klafke Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box and 1 oversized folder) of papers and 0.8 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 1 oversized folder) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 947
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Harvey Klafke, who served in the United States Army as part of the American Graves Registration Command (A.G.R.C.) immediately following World War II. Materials relating to graves registration include printed instructions, with a diagram, for transporting remains; blank interment report forms; typed statements taken from German civilians describing their memories of American pilots and soldiers who were captured or killed near their villages; and a list of remains that were identified during “processing,” often by identification tags, personal effects, or physical descriptions. Military papers, including orders, provide some logistical details about his service in Europe. The “I am a doughboy” booklet, in which Klafke wrote numerous notes, describes the Infantry Replacement Training Center that trained soldiers toward the end of the war. Among the souvenirs he collected is a “hugs and kisses” ration book and numerous postcards from Europe. There are also several items belonging to Klafke's brother, Alvin, who served in the Navy during World War II. Photographs include pictures of row upon row of grave markers at American Cemeteries at Brookwood and Cambridge, England; St. Avold (Lorraine), France; and Hamm, Luxembourg. Pictures taken at the Orkney Islands in Scotland show the retrieval and transportation of several flag-draped coffins containing the remains of American soldiers. Other photos show the cathedral in Strasbourg, France, a group of German prisoners of war who worked for the A.G.R.C. in that city, and two group shots of the headquarters, 3rd Field Command of the A.G.R.C. while stationed at Strasbourg. A photo from Cambridge, England shows Dwight D. Eisenhower and Bernard Montgomery in academic dress to receive honorary degrees while another picture shows the grave marker of George S. Patton. There are several photographs from Klafke's basic training at Camp Blanding, Florida and some pictures of Klafke's relatives who served in the military during World War II, including his brother Alvin, cousin Richard, and uncle Raymond.
Dueholm, Harvey L., 1910-1980 Title: Harvey L. Dueholm Papers, 1914-1978
Quantity: 4.0 c.f. (3 record center cartons and 3 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: River Falls Mss CS; River Falls Micro 13; Micro 1051
Abstract: Legislative papers of a Democratic assemblyman (1959-1978) from Luck, Wisconsin, who was noted for his wit and his advocacy of liberal political positions. The collection consists of personal and constituent correspondence, subject files, bill files, and microfilmed biographical material. Prominent correspondents include William Osborne Hart, Hubert Humphrey, Gaylord Nelson, David Obey, Walker K. Wyman, and John Wyngaard. The subject files also include newsletters, press releases, form letters, and speeches. There is some material pertaining to reelection campaigns. Although the collection offers incomplete coverage of Dueholm's long tenure in the Assembly (1959-1978), the paper documentation is supplemented by an extensive, separately-catalogued oral history interview.
Reid, Harvey, 1842-1910 Title: Harvey Reid Papers, 1857-1910
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Parkside Mss 53
Abstract: Letters written by Reid from Union Grove, Wisconsin, to members of his family in 1857 and 1858; while attending the University of Wisconsin in 1861; and from the battle front, 1862-1865, while a member of Company A, 22nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry. An additional letter gives a detailed description of the famous Champ Clark-Charles B. Landis debate at Clarinda, Iowa, August 21, 1900. Also included are five scrapbooks containing newspaper clippings, 1862-1907, concerning the 2nd and the 22nd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, and several small volumes containing diary entries, accounts, and notes.
Noyes, Haskell, 1886- Title: Haskell Noyes Papers, 1924-1943
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss N
Abstract: Papers of Noyes, a Milwaukee conservationist, president of the Wisconsin division of the Izaak Walton League of America in 1925. Some correspondence and reports relate to his work with the Izaak Walton League. Numerous congratulatory letters concern his appointments to the Conservation Commission in 1928, to its chairmanship in 1931, and to the federal advisory committee on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act in 1932. Among his correspondents were other Wisconsin leaders of the conservation movement, including William Aberg, Charles Broughton, Halbert L. Hoard, Mrs. Wilhelmine La Budde, and William Mauthe.
Young, Hattie Oden, 1861- Title: Hattie Oden Young Papers, 1748-1814, 1907-1933
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Maryland Mss C
Abstract: Papers of Hattie Oden Young, the mother-in-law of Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., consisting chiefly of letters (1932-1933) to her daughter Matilda (La Follette's sister-in-law), including frequent references to Senator La Follette and current political issues, and occasional mention of Philip F. La Follette. Other letters to Mrs. Young and genealogical notes and deeds concern the Young family.
Perkins, Hattie, (Harriet Swinburne) Title: Hattie Swinburne Perkins Photograph Album
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot
Call Number: MISC MSS 226
Abstract: Photograph album kept by Harriet (Hattie) Swinburne Perkins; individuals pictured include: Grace Denson, Clara Riddner, Ada Perkins, Bill Perkins, Boot Brown, Maud Demell, Hattie Kroehler, Tobias Kroehler, Johnnie Swinburne, Victor Swinburne, and Ruth Swinburne. Photographs were taken primarily in La Crosse and Sparta, Wisconsin.
Hauge Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church (Lodi, Wis.) Title: Hauge Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church (Lodi, Wis.) Records, 1878-1920
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 507
Abstract: Records of a Norwegian Lutheran congregation in Lodi, Wisconsin, including a certificate of organization, a list of members, the 1920 ministerial report, and a ministerial book recording baptisms, confirmations, communions, marriages, and deaths.
- - - Title: Hawley-Dodds Family Papers, 1871-1973
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box) and 165 photographs
Call Number: M2002-007
Abstract: Papers and photographs of the Hawley and Dodds families of Poy Sippi, Waushara County, Wisconsin, the majority of which concern Jessie Hawley Dodds and her direct descendants.
Hayden Hardware (Sun Prairie, Wis.) Title: Hayden Hardware Records, 1855-1927
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss OI
Abstract: Correspondence, letter books, bills, receipts, and account books.
Johnson, Haynes, 1931-2013;
Johnson, Malcolm M. (Malcolm Malone), 1904-1976
Title: Haynes and Malcolm M. Johnson Papers, 1902-2013 (bulk 1963-2009)
Quantity: 11.2 c.f. (10 record center cartons, 2 archives boxes, 1 oversize box, and 4 oversize folders), 43 videorecordings, and 350 audio recordings
Call Number: M2014-067; Audio 1715A
Abstract: Papers of Malcolm M. and Haynes Johnson, two Pulitzer Prize-winning journalists who were also father and son. The bulk of the material is from Haynes Johnson, although some material exists for his father as well. Includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, book files, audio recordings of interviews with some transcripts, and videorecordings of television appearances.
Davies, Hazel Lee, 1890-1980 Title: Hazel Lee Davies Papers, 1895-1976
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Mss 363; Micro 883
Abstract: Diaries, correspondence, family papers, and photographs of a graduate nurse from Hortonville, Wis., who from 1918 to 1947 worked as a clerk and statistician-economist for the U.S. Coal Commission of the Bureau of Mines. Included are girlhood letters and a 1906 senior class-meeting notebook from Jennings Seminary in Aurora, Ill., and the Chicago Training School, both girls' boarding schools; letters and reminiscent articles about nursing and nurses' training, circa 1908-1918, at St. Luke's Hospital, Racine, Wis.; and files on homes in Florida and Lake Tomahawk, Wisconsin. Among the correspondence are letters from Davies' niece, Lt. Col. Frances M. McClurkin, an Air Force nurse, 1955-1975, who was stationed in Japan and the Philippines; and letters from German and English women after World War II. On microfilm is a scrapbook which includes material on the National Recovery Administration, the United Mine Workers and John L. Lewis, employment discrimination against married women, and World War II. Family papers include a notebook of John R. Davies, Hazel Davies' husband's grandfather, concerning his invention of a pressed paper railroad car wheel, and genealogical information on the Robert E. Lee family, believed to be relatives of Davies' husband.

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