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Pabst Brewing Company (Milwaukee, Wis.) Title: Pabst Brewing Company Records, 1873-197-? , 1873-1940
Quantity: 60 cubic ft. (80 volumes, 12 boxes) 1 oversize folder 1 film reel
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 161
Abstract: Collection documents the administrative and financial history of the Pabst Brewing Company and its various subsidiaries. The earliest records date from the incorporation of the Phillip Best Brewing Company in 1873 and continue through 1889, when the company name changed to the Pabst Brewing Company. The majority of the records predate 1940.
Pabst Theater Title: Pabst Theater Collection, 1865-2007
Quantity: 54.4 cubic ft. (108 boxes) 8 oversize folders
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 260
Abstract: The collection was assembled by the staff of the Pabst Theater in order to document the history of the building and performances staged there, including those of its predecessor on the site, Das Neue Deutsche Stadt-Theater. It contains two extensive series of files on performances—one arranged alphabetically, the other chronologically—as well as series of programs and playbills, news clippings, photographs, and posters. It consists of original materials as well as reproductions, generally photocopies, created by the Pabst Theater staff from the holdings of Milwaukee-area repositories.
Pacific Coast Association of Pulp and Paper Manufacturers Title: Pacific Coast Association of Pulp and Paper Manufacturers Record of Negotiations, 1945-1964
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (2 record center cartons) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: M65-252; Micro 2084
Abstract: Mimeographed “Record of Negotiations” between the International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulphite, and Paper Mill Workers, the International Brotherhood of Paper Makers (later the United Papermakers and Paperworkers), and, in 1964, the Association of Western Pulp and Paper Workers, and the Pacific Coast Association, 1945-1964, along with proceedings of a 1952 wage conference. The 1945-1948 Record of Negotiations are on microfilm, but the relevant tables of contents are in the paper portion of the collection. Several of the volumes are present as photocopies.
Pacifica Foundation Title: Pacifica Foundation Records, 1949-2006
Quantity: 23.0 cubic feet (12 archives boxes and 19 records center cartons); plus additions of 44.4 cubic feet, 22 tape recordings, 3 discs, 100 photographs, 57 negatives, 12 transparencies, and 1 poster
Call Number: U.S. Mss 153AF; Audio 1585A; MCHC84-003; M85-573; M87-309; M2016-067
Abstract: Records of the Pacifica Foundation, a non-profit foundation which pioneered listener-sponsored broadcasting and which operates five FM stations: KPFA, Berkeley, California; KPFK, Los Angeles, California; WBAI, New York City; KPFT, Houston, Texas; and WPFW, Washington, D.C. Coverage is best for programming and operations of the individual stations; these files include a fairly comprehensive collection of program guides for KPFA, KPFK, and WBAI, and operational material chiefly for KPFA and KPFK. Also pertaining to KPFA are 19 cartons of partially-processed news scripts, 1963-1973. Although the remainder of the collection pertains to Pacifica in general, there is little documentation on overall policymaking. Also included is material concerning investigations of Pacifica by the U.S. Senate and the FCC over alleged communist infiltration and the use of obscenity on the air.
Pädagogisches Institute Darmstadt Title: Pädagogisches Institute Darmstadt Collection, 1948-1953
Quantity: .4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 246
Abstract: Small collection of materials, dating from 1948 to 1953, sent from students and faculty of the Pädagogisches Institute Darmstadt, Germany, to Milwaukee State Teachers College. Contains an excerpt from a German student's diary (not translated into English), photographs of the students and campus, photographic postcards of various cities in Germany including before-and-after World War II photographs of Berlin, and a small scrapbook of photographs. A listing of articles relating to the institute that were published in the Milwaukee State Teachers College newspaper Echo, is available in the Archives' case file along with the finding aid. Ask an archivist for details.
Chayefsky, Paddy, 1923- Title: Paddy Chayefsky Papers, 1937-1972
Quantity: 6.8 c.f. (17 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 26AN
Abstract: Papers of a writer for stage, screen, radio, and television, whose work during the “Golden Age of TV Drama” led to a career as an Oscar-winning writer of motion pictures. Consisting of scripts, revisions, notes, clippings, and reviews, the collection includes some titles produced in more than one media. Most notable are Bachelor Party and Marty--both originally presented on NBC's Philco-Goodyear Playhouse and both subsequently made into motion pictures (UA, 1957 and 1955 respectively), which Chayefsky also produced. The Middle of the Night, another teleplay, was adapted for the stage (1956) as well as for the screen (Col., 1959). Other screenplays treated include The Americanization of Emily (MGM, 1964), The Catered Affair (MGM, 1964), The Cincinnati Kid (MGM, 1956), The Goddess (Col., 1958), and The Hospital (UA, 1971); other stage plays include Gideon (1961), The Passion of Josef D. (1964), and The Tenth Man (1959). The remainder of the collection consists of unproduced works, several radio plays, early writings, general correspondence, and biographical information.
Allen, Pamela P., 1943- Title: Pamela P. Allen Papers, 1964, 1967-1980
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes), 2 tape recordings, and 3 photographs (1 folder); plus additions of 2.0 c.f.
Call Number: Mss 327; Audio 542A; PH 6486
Abstract: Papers of a feminist writer and lecturer active in a number of radical women's liberation groups, who changed her name from Pamela Allen to Chude Pamela Allen. The collection contains correspondence, writings, tape recordings of a 1971 Chico State College Teach-in, and subject files on a number of groups in which Allen participated. The correspondence includes discussion of the Jeannette Rankin Brigade, the Bridal Fair action of 1969 (and 3 related photographs), a Miss America Pageant demonstration, International Women's Day, and Sudsofloppen, a small feminist group in San Francisco. Also included are materials related to Allen's civil rights work in Mississippi in 1964 and her work with the Women's Alliance to Gain Equality (W.A.G.E.).
Berman, Pandro, 1905-1996 Title: Pandro Berman Papers, 1932-1977
Quantity: 11.6 c.f. (29 archives boxes, 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 160AN; SC-O 30
Abstract: Papers of a leading motion picture producer associated with RKO during the 1930s and later with MGM. The collection is composed of extensive production files of correspondence, script drafts, reports and logs, and financial information for A Patch of Blue (1965) and two other films Berman produced between 1964 and 1970. Also included are scripts, clippings, and publicity for many of his earlier films. Seven boxes contain notes, correspondence, scripts, and negotiations for unproduced films. The remainder of the collection consists of clippings, miscellaneous personal and business correspondence, financial records, and promotional and biographical information.
Panel of Americans, Inc. Title: Panel of Americans Records, 1941-1962
Quantity: 1.3 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 179
Abstract: Records of a national organization founded in 1942 by university students of varied backgrounds to promote racial and religious harmony. The relationship of the national office in New York City to the two dozen local panels during the 1950s is most heavily documented. Also present is information on personnel, fund raising, the organization of the national council in 1953, and special support received from the American Jewish Committee. Types of documentation in the collection include correspondence, press releases, working papers of the national office, and files on the organization and activity of local panels, fund-raising programs, and training conferences.
Paris American Committee to Stop War Title: Paris American Committee to Stop War Records, 1961-1975
Quantity: 7.8 c.f. (7 record center cartons and 1 flat box), 23 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 25 photographs, and 17 pieces of ephemera
Call Number: Mss 587; Micro 875; PH Mss 587
Abstract: Records of Paris American Committee to Stop War (PACS), an anti-Vietnam war organization founded by Americans living in Paris in 1966, and papers collected subsequent to PACS's dissolution in 1968 by Maria Jolas, a founding member. Included are such administrative records as minutes and notes of meetings, correspondence, financial records, membership cards and papers, newsletters, committee files, ballots and election documents, news clippings, and dissolution papers. Subject files have been arranged in pre- and post-dissolution series. There are also literature and correspondence files concerning other U.S. and European anti-war and peace organizations, photographs, and ephemera.
Paris Township Preservation Committee (Kenosha County, Wis.) Title: Paris Township Preservation Committee Records, 1970-1975
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Parkside Mss 61
Abstract: Records of a group of citizens in Paris Township, Kenosha County, Wisconsin, protesting designation of the township as a possible site for the location of a projected nuclear power plant by the Wisconsin Electric Power Company. From January 1973 to June 1974 the group engaged in activities to demonstrate the community's united opposition to the proposed facility, and to have Paris Township removed from consideration for the site. The records include the Committee's membership list, petitions, correspondence with the Wisconsin Electric Power Company, public officials, and others, copies of press releases and other public communications, newspaper clippings, and materials related to lobbying for state power plant-siting legislation. The collection also includes miscellaneous literature related to nuclear power issues generally, originating from anti-nuclear groups operating at the national or regional as well as the state or local levels.
Park West Redevelopment Task Force Title: Park West Redevelopment Task Force Records, 1963-1983
Quantity: 9.6 cubic ft. (10 boxes) 1 oversize folder
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 47
Abstract: Records of a non-profit organization created for urban redevelopment of the Park West Freeway corridor in Milwaukee. Includes committee meeting minutes, correspondence, maps, news clippings, photographs, project proposals, reports, and research studies. The collection documents the administration and staff of the Park West Redevelopment Task Force (PWRTF) and provides a detailed picture of its planning, strategies and proposals for land redevelopment. Executive Director David C. Hoeh and Assistant Director Brigid Sullivan-Flynn created the majority of the records, which pertain largely to their tasks of identifying areas for redevelopment, finding a suitable developer, and obtaining sustained funding for their endeavors. Hoeh's correspondence files contain his letters, proposals, and reports to and from city and state officers, community groups, and developers. The annual reports of the PWRTF provide a succinct overview of the organization's activities. The collection contains detailed and extensive grant applications and reports in the files for the Milwaukee Community Development Agency, Milwaukee Department of City Development, Milwaukee Economic Development Administration, Urban Development Action Grants, and Wisconsin Department of Local Affairs and Development. The photographs found in the collection provide excellent images of the Park West area, including aerial views, and pictures of homes. Sanborn maps of the area provide details on the types of housing and buildings.
Parkside University League Title: Parkside University League Papers, 1947-1979
Quantity: 1.3 cubic ft. (1 archives box and 1 flat box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 008
Abstract: These papers document the Parkside University League, a social association that was originally organized by female staff and faculty members at the Racine Extension to promote social relations among its members and to cooperate with the students and staff of, first, the Racine Center, and later, the University of Wisconsin-Parkside. This collection contains correspondence generated by the organization, publicity, drafts of the constitution, and files pertaining to various public events sponsored by the group. Also included are publications such as directories, newsletters, yearbooks, and scrapbooks.
Partnership for Democracy (U.S.) Title: Partnership for Democracy Records, 1971-1992
Quantity: 14.8 c.f. (13 record center cartons and 7 archives boxes)
Call Number: M94-314
Abstract: Records of Partnership for Democracy, known from 1971 to 1989 as the Youth Project, an important funder (and technical advisor) of community-based projects for social change throughout the United States. The collection documents the group’s work and the financing of social action, and contains analytical and descriptive information on a broad range of groups and projects throughout the country.
Cedarburg Cultural Center (Cedarburg, Wis.) Title: Passed to the Present: Folk Arts Along Wisconsin's Ethnic Settlement Trail Project Collection, circa 1992-1995
Contents: Center for the Study of Upper Midwestern Cultures: 34 folders, 24 audiocassettes, 417 35 mm color slides, 6 sheets 35 mm black-and-white negatives, 42 contact sheets, 11 5x7 black-and-white prints, 41 8x10 black-and-white prints, 1 8x10 black-and-white negative, 1 4x6 color print, 2 artifacts
Unique Identifier: CSUMC0036-CG
Summary: Ethnographic documentation (circa 1993) used to organize a traveling exhibition (1994-1995) by Cedarburg Cultural Center (Cedarburg, Wisconsin) focused on folk artists in communities along Lake Michigan, including African American quilt makers, Slovak wheat weavers, and German-American musicians, consisting of manuscript material, sound recordings, graphic images, and artifacts.
- - - Title: Passenger List from Stavangerfjord Steamship
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 232
Abstract: Passenger list for the steamship Stavangerfjord which traveled from New York to Bergen, Stavanger, Kristiansand, and Oslo in 1954. Residents of La Crosse, Wisconsin, appear in this list.
Calchina, Pat Title: Pat Calchina papers
Quantity: 3.17 cubic feet 1 letter document box, 1 half-letter document box, 1 record carton, 1 oversize box
Call Number: uac31
Abstract: Pat Calchina is an educator and activist in the Madison lesbian community. Her collection includes teaching materials on lesbian history, Apple Island, and GALVAnize.
Weaver, Pat, 1908-2002 Title: Pat Weaver Papers, 1922-1989
Quantity: 12.1 c.f. (30 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder), 5 tape recordings, 11 disc recordings, and 74 photographs
Call Number: M2004-090; Audio 1404A
Abstract: Papers of television executive, media consultant, and entrepreneur Sylvester L. “Pat” Weaver Jr., primarily documenting his professional career, beginning with his employment as an advertising executive at Young & Rubicam in the late 1940s. His subsequent years at NBC are also represented, although the majority of the collection relates to Weaver's various endeavors after resigning as chairman of the network. These include Weaver's attempts to start a fourth television network and to introduce cable television service in California, as well as his actions as a consultant for Kaiser Aluminum, Nelson A. Rockefeller, and for the clients of Wells, Rich, Green Inc.
Patchin Family, Title: Patchin Family Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 2.2 linear ft. of papers (three archival boxes and three flat boxes), 0.1 linear ft. of photographs (1 folder), and 0.1 linear ft. of paper prints (1 folder).
Call Number: WVM Mss 1386
Abstract: Correspondence, military papers, and photographs pertaining to Augustus and James Patchin, father and son from Wyocena, Wisconsin who served with Wisconsin regiments during the Civil War. Augustus enlisted in 1861 with Company D, 10th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment and served until being wounded and captured at the Battle of Chickamauga (Georgia) in 1863. He spent several months as a prisoner of war at Libby Prison (Virginia) before being released and mustered out of service in December 1864. Augustus's son, James, first enlisted with Company B, 40th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment and then reenlisted with Company I, 47th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment. Most of the correspondence is letters written by Augustus and James home to their family while they were serving in the war. The letters from Augustus generally discuss military life, his thoughts on military service, the health of the men of his company, and descriptions of southern landscape. He frequently asks for letters and supplies from home, mentions his desire to return home from the war soon, and continues to dictate how to perform daily tasks on the farm. Augustus mentions participating in the Battle of Perryville (Kentucky) and the Battle of Stones River (Tennessee) in two letters (October 12 and 16, 1862 and January 7, 1863), and mentions the putrid smell still at the battlefield of Stones River nearly two months later. The letters also include his thoughts on Copperheads, his disgust over the management of the Army, and his feeling that he is doing his duty by serving in the war. Letters written by Augustus from Libby Prison are significantly shorter in length, with one letter stating he was only allowed to write six lines (February 7, 1864). They mention that he is healing from his wound, ask for supplies to be sent, and that he hopes to be released soon as part of a prisoner exchange. Correspondence written by James includes comments about drill and training, casualties among his fellow soldiers, and his thoughts on military life. One letter (April 17, 1865) describes how two soldiers from Illinois were court marshaled for celebrating the death of Lincoln. Another letter (July 8, 1865) mentions that he felt the Black residents of Tennessee were more intelligent and harder workers than the white residents, and that "a man that curses the Negro does not know as much as he ought to about things in general." Letters written to Augustus, before James enlisted, center around the health of the family, ask for farming advice, and mention his own desire to serve in the war. The collection also includes letters written to Augustus from his wife, Margaret, and from his niece, Mary McDougall. Letters from Margaret discuss life on the farm in Augustus's absence and the general health of the family. She frequently states that she longs for his return, and writes about the stress placed on her from running the farm and caring for the children. One letter (April 16, 1863) mentions that she was upset at being called a war widow by neighbors and hopes that he will return soon. Letters from Mary update Augustus on the family, neighbors, and wish him a safe return home soon. She also frequently mentions the need for the war to end so the soldiers can arrest the Copperheads in Wisconsin. Other correspondence include a few letters written by other relatives, neighbors, and fellow soldiers. One interesting letter was written to James from his cousin Clarence Burnett. The letter states that Burnett witnessed Confederate prisoners being transported to Camp Randall in Madison, Wisconsin. He also mentions seeing three cars of wounded soldiers returning to Wisconsin after the Battle of Shiloh, and a cannon captured by the 14th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment during the same battle. Additional manuscripts include a pass from performing duty issued to James, pay vouchers issued to Margaret from the Volunteer Aid Fund, and a religious talisman carried by Augustus. Photographs include two copy prints of images of Augustus. One image is of him standing in full uniform and the other was taken sometime after his service. Transcriptions of the letters were done by Wisconsin Veterans Museum staff and have been included in the collection.
Patrick Cudahy Strike and Plant Closing of 1987-1989 Oral History Project Title: Patrick Cudahy Strike and Plant Closing of 1987-1989 Oral History Project Records, 1994
Quantity: .6 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 123
Abstract: Collection consists of oral history interviews with administrators and workers at the Patrick Cudahy meatpacking plant in Cudahy, Wisconsin who were on strike from 1987 to 1989. Dr. Michael Gordon at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee conducted the interviews in 1994. For each interviewee there is a cassette recording and abstract of the interview. The topics discussed include family background; job history at Patrick Cudahy; working conditions; attitudes towards the company, the strike, and scab labor; and how the strike lasted for two years. Of particular interest for details about the financial and working conditions of the plant, and strike strategies are the interviews with Cudahy President Roger Kapella, Director of Human Resources Daniel Habighorst, and United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local P-40 President Mark Rosenbaum.
Gorman, Patrick Emmett, 1892-1980 Title: Patrick Emmett Gorman Papers, 1918-1980
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes), 9 reels of microfilm (16mm), 5 tape recordings, and 5 films
Call Number: Mss 980; Micro 2082; Tape 914A; DD 550-553; CA 988
Abstract: Personal papers of Patrick Gorman, an officer of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of America, 1923-1980, consisting primarily of alphabetically arranged correspondence dating after 1976. Included on microfilm is correspondence with friends and labor union associates and information on personal charitable interests. Not on the microfilm are speeches, writings, and legislative testimony; an oral history interview conducted by Carl Ryant (1974 and 1977) and a recorded talk at the University of Louisville; miscellaneous biographical and charitable papers; and home movies of trips to Europe, 1937-1960.
Barnes, Patrick H., 1899-1969 Title: Patrick H. Barnes Papers, 1918-1969
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box); plus additions of 3.0 cubic feet, 88 disc recordings, 21 tape recordings, 0.1 cubic feet of photographs (1 folder), and 1 drawing (1 oversize folder)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 59AF; Audio 1893A; MCHC70-074
Abstract: Papers of Patrick "Patt" Barnes, a radio pioneer who was director of public affairs for WISN/WISN-TV, Milwaukee. Contains biographical materials, correspondence, speeches, other writings, audio recordings, a television script, and public service reports.
Hayes, Patrick, 1909- Title: Patrick Hayes Papers, 1942-1977
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 39AN
Abstract: Papers of a Washington, D.C., cultural impressario chiefly consisting of scripts for People and Events in the World of Music, a cultural affairs program aired by radio station WGMS. Fragmentary correspondence includes letters from Rudolf Bing, Hubert H. Humphrey, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Harry S. Truman. There is also a small file of speeches and remarks.
Lucey, Patrick J., 1918- Title: Patrick J. Lucey Papers, 1935-2003
Quantity: 6.0 cubic feet (16 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 6 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 6 tape recordings, and 1 film; plus additions of 1.7 cubic feet, 1 tape recording, 0.8 cubic feet of photographs, 20 negatives, 10 transparencies, 1 drawing, and 11 videorecordings (2-inch) and 3 films (16 mm)
Call Number: Mss 785; Micro 2012; Micro 2064; Audio 1238A; AC 568; PH 3959; M2012-118; M96-249; M2003-138; M2006-053
Abstract: Papers of Patrick Lucey, a Democratic governor of Wisconsin (1971-1977), ambassador to Mexico (1977-1979), and independent vice-presidential candidate (1980), primarily documenting his involvement in electoral politics in Wisconsin. Less complete records relate to his independent vice-presidential candidacy and his support of Edward Kennedy in 1980. Copies of oral history interview transcripts document his support of John Kennedy in 1960 and Robert Kennedy in 1968. Also included are brief personal papers, information on his work as an economic consultant, and papers from his ambassadorial years.
Patrick M. Quinn, 1942- Title: Patrick M. Quinn Papers, 1968-1974
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes), 2 tape recordings, and 6 photographs
Call Number: Mss 510; Tape 779A; PH Mss 510
Abstract: Papers of social activist Pat Quinn that document his anti-Vietnam War and labor efforts in Madison, Wisconsin, between 1968 and 1974. The papers concern his involvement with the Madison Area Peace Action Council, the Madison Committee to End the War in Vietnam, and Local 171 of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, and consist of correspondence, leaflets, press releases, printed matter, and clippings. On tape is a 1974 interview, the transcript of which is also in the collection, that concerns his assessment of the origins and growth of the anti-war movement in Madison. The photographs document a 1973 Memorial Day anti-war march sponsored by the Madison Area Peace Action Council.
McGilligan, Patrick Title: Patrick McGilligan Papers, 1970-1979
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes) and 37 tape recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 192AN; Tape 627A
Abstract: Papers of film critic Patrick McGilligan, consisting chiefly of tapes, transcripts, and draft and printed copies of interviews with motion picture celebrities. Also included are biographical materials, fragmentary correspondence, a play, and a motion picture synopsis. Articles and a book prospectus and one chapter draft about Karleton Armstrong relate to McGilligan's anti-Vietnam War involvement while a student at the University of Wisconsin.
Patrons of Husbandry. South Greenville Grange No. 225 (Outagamie County, Wis.) Title: Patrons of Husbandry. South Greenville Grange No. 225: Records, 1873-1973
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (4 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 74; Green Bay Micro 17; Micro 715
Abstract: Records of an Outagamie County, Wisconsin farm organization which sponsored educational and social events and promoted legislation beneficial to agriculture; including minute books, membership records, and news clippings, photographs, and other scrapbook materials.
Patrons of Husbandry. Tibbets Grange No. 762 (Walworth County, Wis.) Title: Patrons of Husbandry. Tibbets Grange No. 762: Records, 1947-1994
Quantity: 4.6 c.f. (1 record center carton and 9 archives boxes)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss BX
Abstract: Records of a Walworth County, Wis. agricultural and social organization that sponsored educational and social events and promoted legislation beneficial to farmers. Organized in 1947 under the sponsorship of the Fairfield Grange, the Tibbets Grange held its meetings at the Sugar Creek Town Hall. The collection includes a complete set of record books containing meeting minutes; scrapbooks (containing photographs, clippings, and ephemeral items) documenting community service activities; reports of the Home Economics Committee; Women's Activity reports; lecturer's bulletins and project books; a dues account book; newsletters; quarterly reports to the Wisconsin State Grange; information about rituals; membership participation records; and other miscellaneous material.
Patrons of Husbandry. Wisconsin State Grange Title: Patrons of Husbandry. Wisconsin State Grange Records, 1875-1991
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm); plus additions of 5.2 c.f. and 7 photographs
Call Number: Micro 128; M94-002; M2007-038
Abstract: Records of the Wisconsin State Grange, an order of the Patrons of Husbandry. The Patrons of Husbandry was founded as a farmers' lodge on December 4, 1867, in Washington, D.C., to encourage farm families to band together for their common economic and political well-being. The collection documents many of the Grange's activities and the beliefs and attitudes of its members from early on in the organization through the 1980s. Included are administrative, financial, and membership records, in conjunction with committee materials, correspondence, board reports, legislative action files, and other project files.
Raushenbush, Paul A. (Paul Arthur), 1898-1980;
Raushenbush, Elizabeth Brandeis, 1896-1984
Title: Paul A. Raushenbush and Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush Papers, 1918-1980
Quantity: 9.6 c.f. (24 archives boxes), 1 tape recording, 87 photographs, and 1 piece of ephemera
Call Number: Mss 803; Tape 1250A; PH 3652; PH 3652 (3)
Abstract: Papers of Paul and Elizabeth Raushenbush, a husband and wife team of economists who were important in the drafting and enactment of the Wisconsin Unemployment Compensation law. In addition, Paul Raushenbush was head of the Wisconsin Unemployment Division from 1934 to 1967 and Elizabeth Brandeis Raushenbush was a professor of economics at the University of Wisconsin and a leader in the League of Women Voters. Included are his general correspondence, speeches and writings (including an edited oral history published as Our U.C. Story) and unemployment compensation materials (1932-1934) not related to administration of the Wisconsin Unemployment Division. Her papers document teaching at the University of Wisconsin, activities in the League of Women Voters (especially its Wisconsin Tax Study Committee) and the American Federation of Teachers Local 223, extensive public speaking and writing on labor-related topics, and service on various state and federal study committees.
Shinkman, Paul A. Title: Paul A. Shinkman Papers, 1924-1969
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 188AF
Abstract: Papers of a journalist and Washington, D.C, radio broadcaster stationed in Europe during World War II; including diaries, interviews, broadcast scripts, and reports from his station with the Foreign Broadcast Intelligence Service from 1943-1944. The radio broadcast typescripts contain analyses of significant world leaders such as Charles de Gaulle, King Hussein of Jordan, Richard M. Nixon, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson and John F. Kennedy, as well as coverage of world events. The diaries discuss Adolf Hitler, Joseph P. McCarthy, and world developments also. The papers include interviews with Lady Astor, Henri Bonnet, United States Secretary of State James F. Byrnes, Dingle Foot while British Parliamentary Secretary of Economic Warfare, and Premier Jose Giral of the Spanish Republican Government.
Clemens, Paul B. Title: Paul B. Clemens Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 2.0 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 2 flat boxes) of papers and 0.2 linear ft. (1 archives box and 3 oversized folders) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 985
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Paul B. Clemens, an officer in the Wisconsin National Guard whose forty-five years of service spanned both World Wars. The collection provides a look at his military life as well as his civilian life. Military papers include individual letters from Theodore Roosevelt and John Pershing, as well as more extensive correspondence from William Haan, and Charles King. Service records, certificates, and other military records document his time in the National Guard. Scores of letters congratulating Clemens on his retirement as assistant superintendent of Milwaukee schools show the regard in which he was held by personal and professional associates. Other materials include plans and programs for the opening of the Burns-Clemens Building at the Wisconsin Veterans Home in King, documents pertaining to Clemens's service in local civic organizations, and newspaper clippings about his son, Paul L. Clemens, a Hollywood portrait painter. Photographs include a signed portrait of William Haan and many photos of Clemens through the years.
Zucker, Paul B., 1924-1967 Title: Paul B. Zucker Papers, 1952-1967
Quantity: 11.2 c.f. (28 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 141AF
Abstract: Personal and professional papers of a public relations executive who served as vice-president in charge of account operations for Ruder & Finn, Inc. (1954-1967) and president of the firm's international subsidiary (1963-1967). The bulk of the collection, which includes correspondence, reports, memos, speeches, and research material, is organized into files pertaining to such clients as Union Carbide and American Oil. Also in the client files is material on the firm's extensive voluntary interest in such organization as the Citizen's Committee for a Nuclear Test Ban, the New York Committee to Abolish Capital Punishment, and the AFL-CIO. Papers relating to Ruder & Finn, Inc., consist of correspondence with overseas affiliates. Also part of the collection are speeches and correspondence with various social and professional organizations, primarily the Public Relations Society of America.
Booth, Paul, 1943- Title: Paul Booth Papers, 1956-1970
Quantity: 1.5 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 256
Abstract: Papers of Paul Booth, a New Left activist who served as president of Students for a Democratic Society, 1962-1964, and as a leader of the National Conference for a New Politics, and who later turned to community organizing in Chicago and to reform of the labor movement. Included are general correspondence, primarily 1962-1968; speeches and writings; and an extensive subject file on organizations and projects in which Booth was involved. Prominent correspondents include Rennie Davis, Todd Gitlin, Walter Reuther, Arthur Waskow, and numerous officers of SDS. The subject files variously contain correspondence, mailings, reports, financial statements, and clippings.
Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Title: Paul Bunyan Logging Camp Records, 1935-1983
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 38 photographs
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CV; PH 6468
Abstract: Records of a tourist destination in Carson Park (Eau Claire, Wis.) established by the Kiwanis Club in 1934 depicting a logging camp such as would have existed in the Eau Claire area in the late 1800's. The records primarily document the move and reconstruction of the camp between 1981 and 1983 at which time it was moved to the other side of Carson Park so that it was closer to the Chippewa Valley Museum. Included are plans and correspondence for the reconstruction, primarily dealing with finances and fundraising, Paul Bunyan drawings produced for the Camp by Mead Sales Company, and photographs taken of the camp before it was moved.
Winner, Paul C. Title: Paul C. Winner Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.5 linear ft (1 archives box and three oversized folders) of papers, 1.0 linear ft. (3 archives boxes) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1250
Abstract: Papers and still images pertaining to the service of Paul Winner, a Madison, Wisconsin veteran who served as a pursuit pilot with the 213th Aero Squadron, 3rd Army of the American Expeditionary Force during World War I. Winner was a graduate student at Harvard University when he enlisted in the Army in 1917 to be trained as a pilot. After undergoing basic training he was sent to help construct the Third Aviation Instruction Center at Issoudun, France. Winner underwent flight training at Tours, France, but did not complete his training until after the end of the war. He served as part of the peacekeeping force in France until June, 1919. The collection documents his time serving in the Army through manuscript material and still images. The papers consist of letters, a diary, journal, flight log, service records, biographical information, newspaper articles, ephemeral souvenir items and identification cards, loose scrapbook pages, and a personal bible. The letters are mainly written by Winner to his parents and siblings during his time overseas in France. In the letters, Winner describes his journey over to England and France, his typical daily duties while stationed at Issoudun, his thoughts on the war, and interacting with French civilians. Most of the letters reassure his family that he is doing fine and getting plenty of rest and food. The letters also express concern for his family, with Winner regularly instructing his brother to stay in college rather than enlist in the Army. In a letter dated December 9th, 1917, he tells his brother to continue his study of medicine because that is the “best thing he could do for his country.” Also included with the letters are two written by Jeanne Dennett (Winner's future wife) to Winner's sister, Mae. In the letters, Jeanne describes the letters Winner wrote to her and expresses concern for his safety. Winner's diary, written on loose sheets of paper, provides entries that begin with his journey to Europe and end in March, 1918. He describes his arrival at Issoudun, helping to construct the airfield and barracks, and mentions the hardships of military life. Winner goes into detail about the cold temperatures, getting little to no food, serving on guard duty, having to deal with ankle-deep mud around the entire airbase, and witnessing airmen dying from airplane crashes and exposure to the elements. He mentions the low morale among the men due to the fact they were not being trained as pilots. Winner also describes how he witnessed Eddie Rickenbacker crashing a plane during a landing, and how Quentin Roosevelt served as his commanding officer for a time. The diary also briefly describes his first flight after he began training as a pilot. In an entry dated March 22, 1918, Winner describes in great detail his first flying experience and his enjoyment of actually being able to fly. The diary abruptly ends after Winner received an actual diary from his sister at the end of March. This diary is not in the collection. The collection also includes a notebook journal, which Winner kept notes from his training. An interesting entry in the journal includes a note about the number of French women infected with venereal disease. The flight log provides additional details into the training Winner received as a pilot and records flight hours, first solo flight, and descriptions of aerial maneuvers. His service records include special orders and mention him being promoted from private to 1st lieutenant when he began training as a pilot. The loose scrapbook pages contain additional service records, along with additional photographs of Winner posing in flight gear. The newspaper articles are clippings pertaining to U. S. airmen, presumably collected by Winner's mother while he was in France, and includes an interesting article about airmen serving at Issoudun from 1917. Still images include a large collection of photographs and postcards documenting Winner's service during the war and various cities he visited as a tourist. Most of the wartime photographs are labeled and include a lengthy description for context. The majority of photographs are of Winner and fellow airmen relaxing around bases and touring Europe after the war. An interesting group of images include those taken at Issoudun that show it in various stages of its construction. Other images consist of shots of destruction along the front line and within French towns, a funeral for two American pilots, German prisoners posing at the prison camp at Issoudun, and images of airplanes used during the war. After the war, Winner remained as part of the peacekeeping force and toured various cities across Europe. There is a large collection of tourist photographs that show Winner and other soldiers in European cities such as Paris, Marseilles, and Rome. The postcards include those collected by Winner while traveling across Europe after the war.
Cowan, Paul Title: Paul Cowan Papers, 1965-1971
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 557
Abstract: Papers of Paul Cowan, a free-lance writer who was involved in the civil rights movement and who worked with the Peace Corps in Ecuador for two years. Included are incoming correspondence with letters from William F. Buckley, Jr., Nat Hentoff, David Riesman, and Theodore H. White; reviews of The Making of an Un-American (1970), an indictment of the Peace Corps; a few miscellaneous writings including Daniel Berrigan's letter to the Underground which Cowan edited; a transcript of comments at a meeting of returned volunteers in Cuba in 1969; and a few subject files.
Hunter, Paul F. Jr. Title: Paul F. Hunter, Jr. Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.6 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 2 oversized folders) of papers, 3 folders of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 942
Abstract: The papers and photographs of Paul F. Hunter, Jr., a Madison resident who served as a pilot, first in the Royal Canadian Air Force (R.C.A.F.) and later in the United States Army Air Force, during World War II. Several letters of reference document his application to the R.C.A.F. in early 1941. Personal military records provide details about his service, including flight records, orders, passes, and time and sequence cards. Written requests to transfer into the United States Army Air Force and a separation record show how his Canadian service ended. Several letters from fellow R.C.A.F. pilots provide news of mutual acquaintances and describe the conditions at various bases while scattered correspondence from his father describe the activities of the local Rotary Club. Newspaper clippings include descriptions Hunter's service, his visit home circa 1943, and several speaking engagements in the Madison area. Documents from the U.S. military show his desire to transfer from the R.C.A.F. two years before it happened. A permit from his local draft board to depart the United States in 1941 is a unique and interesting document since Hunter used the permit to enlist in the Canadian military. The majority of the materials provide details about his service such as pay records, certificates of appointment and service, military property clearance forms, and orders. Individual flight records and post-flying regulation questionnaires give a little detail about his role as a pilot toward the end of World War II. Hunter also collected samples of blank stationary used by military forces. The collection includes Royal Canadian Air Force stationary with matching envelope, tan stationary with humorous graphic of soldier boys and officer, and letterhead identified as the Officers' Club & Hostel (YMCA) out of Manchester, England. Also found are stationary forms from the Egyptian Postal Administration and blank V-mail forms. Photographs include shots of Hunter wearing both an R.C.A.F. uniform and a U.S. Air Force uniform in posed studio shots and candid pictures with family and friends.
Ghali, Paul, 1906?-1970 Title: Paul Ghali News Stories, 1940-1969
Quantity: 5.2 c.f. (13 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 130AF
Abstract: Papers of a Chicago Daily News Paris correspondent, consisting almost entirely of press dispatches and clippings. With the exception of stories datelined Vichy, 1940-1942, Bern, 1942-1944, and the United Nations, 1952-1953, the articles were all written in Paris.
Bergmann, Paul K. Title: Paul K. Bergmann Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box and 1 oversized folder) of papers, 0.1 linear ft. (5 folders) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 689
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Paul Bergmann, a native of Milwaukee, Wis., who served as a 1st lieutenant with the 5307th Composite Unit (Provisional), also known as Merrill's Marauders, during World War II, and also served during the Korean War. The collection includes papers and photographs pertaining to his service in both wars. Manuscripts include correspondence, service records, training materials, souvenirs, and some materials pertaining to Bergmann's veteran activities. Correspondence consists of letters written by Bergmann to his cousin, Bill Seizer, while Bergmann was serving in World War II. The letters cover Bergmann's training, serving as a jungle warfare instructor in Trinidad, his participation as a member of Merrill's Marauders, and his stateside service until the close of the war. The letters discuss Bergmann's daily activities, his desire to hear of news from home, instructions to his cousin to remain a civilian, and some discussion of his combat experiences. Other manuscripts are comprised mainly of military papers that include service records, training materials, certificates, and his service 201 file for both wars. Of interest are souvenirs he sent home to his cousin that include matchbooks, humorous anti-Axis materials, and a notebook Bergmann took from a dead Japanese soldier. Other manuscripts include a typed account of his service with Merrill's Marauders, and materials related to the Merrill's Marauders Association. Photographs include images of mountain training, the 1947 Merrill's Marauders reunion, war-time images of soldiers, and a portrait of Bergmann.
Martin, Paul L., 1912-1978 Title: Paul L. Martin Papers, 1933-1977
Quantity: 0.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes), 3 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 17 photographs
Call Number: U.S. Mss 189AF; Micro 1122; PH U.S. Mss 189AF
Abstract: Papers of Paul L. Martin, a former head of the Gannett Group's Washington Bureau and editor with the U.S. News and World Report consisting primarily of writings and typed and handwritten research notes and memoranda concerning monopolies within the media, the alleged liberal bias of the press, presidential politics of the 1960s and 1970s, welfare, and other topics. Of special note among the writings are microfilmed scrapbooks, teletype articles, his background report on the civil rights movement in 1963, and writings based on his coverage of Vice-President Nixon's 1959 trip to Russia. Photographs include images of Martin and images from a scrapbook concerning Frank Knox, Secretary of the Navy, kept by Martin's wife.
Husting, Paul Oscar, 1866-1917 Title: Paul O. Husting Papers, 1909-1918
Quantity: 10.0 c.f. (39 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Wis Mss DN; Micro 760
Abstract: Papers of Paul O. Husting, a Wisconsin liberal Democratic legislator and United States Senator (1915-1917) comprising correspondence, speeches, news clippings, and other records. The material on Husting's senatorial career includes correspondence on the primary and general election campaigns of 1914, and post-election correspondence with Joseph E. Davies, Albert S. Burleson, and others concerning patronage, including many letters regarding Wisconsin post office appointments, besides quantities from miscellaneous job seekers. Of significance is the material relating to German language newspapers and the attitude of German-American citizens in Wisconsin toward the Wilson administration. Other subjects include the campaign of 1916, neutrality legislation and foreign policy, preparedness, Democratic state politics in general, and prohibition, including a letter on the subject from William T. Evjue. Several letters from members of the Wisconsin Loyalty Legion late in 1917 comment on working-class morale and attitudes toward the war. Other items include correspondence, data, and drafts of bills, 1909-1913, concerning the conservation movement in Wisconsin--forest reserve lands, navigable waters, riparian rights, and the control of water power--together with reports of hearings, 1909-1910, conducted by the Wisconsin legislative committee on water powers, forestry, and drainage.
Offner, Paul, 1942- Title: Paul Offner Papers,1975-1984
Quantity: 18.8 c.f.(24 archives boxes, 9 record center cartons, and 2 card boxes)
Call Number: La Crosse Mss BR
Abstract: Legislative papers of a former Democratic legislator (Assembly 1975-1977; Senate 1977-1984) from La Crosse, Wisconsin. Included are general correspondence with constituents, lobbyists, politicians, and numerous governmental officials such as Ralph Andreano, Anthony Earl, Thomas Loftus, Donald Percy, Linda Reivitz, and Blair Testin; subject files on topics such as health care cost control, nursing homes, public employee retirement, educational competency testing; and press releases, newspaper columns, and form letters.
Osborn, Paul, 1901- Title: Paul Osborn Papers, 1926-1964
Quantity: 7.8 c.f. (18 archives boxes, 4 volumes, 3 packages)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 49AN
Abstract: Papers of Paul Osborn, a well known writer of plays, motion pictures, and adaptations, consisting of scripts, revisions, clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, and playbills. Among the represented plays are A Bell for Adano (1944), Mornings at Seven (1939), On Borrowed Time (1938), Point of No Return (1951), and The World of Suzie Wong (1958); among the motion pictures are East of Eden (Warner Bros., 1955), Homecoming (MGM, 1948), Madame Curie (MGM, 1943), Mrs. Miniver (MGM, 1942), The Old Man and the Sea (Warner Bros., 1955), Sayonara (Warner Bros., 1957), South Pacific (Magna Theatre Corp., 1958), Wild River (20th Century-Fox, 1960), The Yearling (MGM, 1940), and The Young in Heart (UA, 1938). Relating to his writing techniques are a group of annotated novels which Osborn adapted for dramatic production. One box contains business papers and correspondence. Also included is a group of set designs by Jo Mielziner for Osborn's unsuccessful play Maiden Voyage (1957).
Banker, Paul P., 1884-1962 Title: Paul P. Banker Papers, 1958-1961
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss H
Abstract: Papers of Banker, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin, including clippings, correspondence, and essays dealing with Fort Atkinson local history and with German-Americans in Wisconsin, with photographs relating to the essays.
Rhymer, Paul, 1905-1964 Title: Paul Rhymer Papers, 1928-1972
Quantity: 16.8 c.f. (40 archives boxes, 3 volumes, 1 package)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 90AF
Abstract: Papers of a radio and television writer best known for his creation of the humorous daytime serial Vic and Sade (NBC). Scripts for this radio program comprise the bulk of the collection, but there are also materials pertaining to Keystone Chronicles (NBC), The Public Life of Cliff Norton (NBC), and other programs which Rhymer wrote either as an NBC staff member or as a free-lance writer. A small quantity of correspondence includes letters from James Gould Cozzens, Upton Sinclair, and James Thurber and memoranda circulated in the NBC continuity department. Also present are photographs; contracts; book reviews written for the Chicago Sun-Times; articles about Rhymer; and a copy of The Small House Halfway Up the Next Block (1972), Mrs. Rhymer's book about the Vic and Sade program.
Romig, Paul, 1897- Title: Paul Romig Papers, 1964-1977
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 66
Abstract: Papers of Paul Romig, a Green Bay, Wisconsin, conservationist; consisting of subject files on land and wildlife conservation in Brown County, protection of endangered birds of prey, construction of bluebird houses and trails, pollution control, and other topics.
Reinsch, Paul Samuel, 1869-1923 Title: Paul S. Reinsch Papers, 1835-1924, 1963
Quantity: 9.8 c.f. (24 archives boxes and 2 volumes) and 16 tape recordings
Call Number: Wis Mss VO; Tape 310A
Abstract: Papers of Paul S. Reinsch, professor of political science at the University of Wisconsin, 1901-1913, and minister to China, 1913-1919. Some correspondence relates to his teaching career, but most of the papers concern his service in China as a United States diplomat and as legal and financial counselor to the Chinese government after his resignation as minister. Letters in 1920 discuss his unsuccessful campaign as the Democratic nominee for United States Senator from Wisconsin against the Republican candidate Irvine Lenroot. In content Reinsch's letters were frequently a combination of personal, professional, and diplomatic matters. Supplementing the correspondence are Reinsch's writings, including the manuscript for his book An American Diplomat in China (1922), copies of articles and addresses, 1902-1922, and drafts of classroom lectures written during his years as a professor. The collection also contains one diary written in 1906 by Mrs. Reinsch, and eight scrapbooks covering Reinsch's career to 1922. While Reinsch was minister to China, he acquired at Peking some records, 1835-1913, of the American Consulate (later Legation) in China for the years preceding his service. In addition Reinsch established his own files of Chinese materials spanning the period from 1878 to 1923. These include translations from Chinese newspapers, translations of the minutes of meetings of the National Council of the Republic of China, information on Chinese culture and on fiscal and legal policies, and newspaper clippings from English-language newspapers published in China. In 1963 Horatio B. Hawkins, an associate in China, 1913-1919, and his wife Hildred, Mrs. Reinsch's sister, added commentaries to the collection, excerpts from Mrs. Hawkins' diary, and tape-recorded reminiscences.
Soglin, Paul, 1945- Title: Paul Soglin Papers, 1967-2003
Quantity: 5.4 cubic feet (12 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 385 transparencies, 176 photographs, 46 audio recordings, 2 compact discs, and 24 videorecordings
Call Number: Mss 1039; PH 6550; Audio 1449A; VCA 258; VFA 009-VFA 010; VGA 001; VHA 603-VHA 622
Abstract: Papers of Paul Soglin, a Madison, Wisconsin student activist (1962-1972), alderman (1968-1973), and mayor (1973-1978, 1989-1997, and 2011-2019), documenting his involvement with student political actions on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus in the 1960s, his role as a former campus radical on Madison's city council in the late 1960s and early 1970s, and his six terms as a politically progressive mayor. Also documented are his mayoral campaigns, including his failed campaign in 2003, and his involvement with the United States Conference of Mayors. The collection does not contain materials from his years as Madison's 57th mayor (2011-2019).
Vanderbilt, Paul Title: Paul Vanderbilt Papers, 1942-1990 (bulk 1954-1990)
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot (5 archives boxes), 0.3 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder), and 10 4 x 8-feet panels in 2 oversize cases; plus additions of 17 oversize folders, 4 tape recordings, 1969 photographs, 6.3 cubic feet of photographs (11 flat boxes), 368 negatives, 0.4 cubic feet of negatives, 111 frames of 35 mm negatives and contact sheets, 394 transparencies, and 2 photographs
Call Number: Mss 1168; PH 6789; Audio 1133A; PH 2068; PH 2214 (3); PH 2350 (3); PH 2382 (3); PH 2476 (3); PH 2520; PH 2528; PH 2539; PH 2563; PH 2666 (5); PH 2684; PH 2760; PH 2770; PH 2824; PH 2843; PH 2854; PH 2862; PH 2878; PH 2896; PH 2934; PH 2995; PH 3010; PH 3144; PH 3145; PH 3439; PH 3445; PH 3474; PH 3592; PH 3792; PH 4061 (3); PH 4177; PH 4356; PH 5001 (3); PH 5002 (5); PH 5003; M2012-045; M2014-087
Abstract: Papers, 1942-1990 (bulk 1954-1990), of curator, photographer, and author Paul Vanderbilt, consisting of photocopies of his journals, 1954-1990, including lectures, book reviews, essays, technical guides, and a manuscript of “Wisconsin: A Pictorial History” compiled by Vanderbilt, 1974-1976, for Charles Scribner's Sons. Also included are materials relating to exhibits of his photographs, an honorary doctorate granted by the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a conference held in his honor at the Wisconsin Historical Society, correspondence, news clippings, and published photographs. Included are photographs from projects done by Vanderbilt in his position as curator of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin's photograph collections.
Vanderbilt, Paul Title: Paul Vanderbilt “Iconography of Wisconsin” Photo Series Discussions, 1965-1967, 1982-1984
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder), 14 tape recordings, and 83 transparencies
Call Number: Tape 615A; Tape 751A; Tape 827A; Tape 1088A; Tape 1089A; SC 2966; PH 3159
Abstract: Tape-recorded discussion of a series of photographs designated the “Iconography of Wisconsin” series, selected by Paul Vanderbilt, former State Historical Society of Wisconsin Curator of Iconography. Vanderbilt and others discuss the motif, interpretation, and thematic elaboration of selected parts of the series. The transparencies illustrated the discussion on Tape 827A, presented at an Advanced Studies Workshop, George Eastman House, Rochester, N.Y., in 1967. A paper transcript for this tape also is present.
Chase, Paul W. Title: Paul W. Chase Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.7 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder) of papers, 0.2 linear ft. (13 folders) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 129
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Paul W. Chase, a pilot in the 8th Aero Squadron of the Army Signal Corps during World War I. The bulk of the collection consists of the letters that Paul wrote to his parents, his fiancée, and his sister during his stateside training and his World War I military service in France. The letters describe the major events of Chase's service as a pilot such as his observation flights, shooting down a German plane, and the Armistice celebration, as well as the accommodations, food, and recreation available to Chase and his squadron both at stateside training facilities and in Europe. Also included are his wartime diary, military records, several issues of the 8th Aero Squadron Association bulletin, a wartime poem written by Chase, and numerous postcards depicting European vistas that Chase picked up during the war and sent home with written comments to his family. The photographs include many shots of Chase in and around his airplane, shots of the 8th Aero Squadron during stateside training, aerial photos taken in Europe, and some scenic shots of wartime Europe. Materials pertaining to Chase's sister, Ruth, a stateside nurse during World War I, can also be found in this collection.
Storandt, James Title: "Payoff Time," by Jim Storandt
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 269
Abstract: This article recounts Jim Storandt's experiences hunting deer in La Crosse and Buffalo Counties in Wisconsin.

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