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- - - Title: Sacramental Records, 1836-1926
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: M2011-080
Abstract: Copies made from historical Catholic church records pertaining to baptisms, confirmations, marriages and burials from 1836-1926 for the congregations of St. John's (Little Chute, Wisconsin), St. John Nepomuc (Little Chute, Wisconsin), St. Mary's (Greenville, Wisconsin), Precious Blood (New London, Wisconsin), St. Mary's (Appleton, Wisconsin), and St. Peter's (Oshkosh, Wisconsin).
Safe Two-Lane Highway 12 NOW Coalition Title: Safe Two-Lane Highway 12 NOW Coalition Records, 1988-1997
Quantity: 2.8 cubic feet (2 records center cartons and 2 archives boxes) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: M2001-104; Audio 1914A
Abstract: Records, 1988-1997, documenting the controversial decision by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) to expand US Highway 12 to four lanes between Middleton and Lake Delton and the efforts by citizens and environmental groups to oppose such an enlargement. The records primarily document the efforts of the Safe Two-Lane Highway 12 NOW Coalition, but also include supporting documentation compiled by the coalition such as government documents detailing the growth of the project, and news clippings about the conflict.
Milwaukee (Wis.). Safety Commission. Title: Safety Commission Records, 1926-1988
Quantity: 0.4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 72
Abstract: The Safety Commission advised the City on methods of providing safety to the public and City employees in order to reduce accidental death and injury. In 2017, the Milwaukee Safety and Civic Commission replaced the Safety Commission. This collection is mostly comprised of various reports, including annual reports and traffic accident reports.
SAGE Milwaukee Title: SAGE Milwaukee Records, 1992-2012
Quantity: 2.8 cubic ft. (5 boxes) 5 safety film negatives 2,257 digital files (6.37 GB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 329
Abstract: Collection consists of the records of SAGE (Senior Action in a Gay Environment) Milwaukee, an organization serving LGBT elders in southeastern Wisconsin. The collection documents concerns and activities of LGBT seniors.
Oh’hne, Sage, 1945- Title: Sage Oh'hne Papers, 1960-1998
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes), 1.0 c.f. of photographs (in 1 record center carton), and 4 videorecordings
Call Number: M2004-139
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Sage Oh'hne (formerly Karen Christine Voltz), of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, consisting of her writings, including her autobiographical manuscript, “Circles of Perfection,” high school yearbooks from the St. Mary’s Academy in Milwaukee, and numerous photographs. The photographs principally document SisterMoon, the feminist bookstore she operated in Milwaukee in the 1970s-1980s, and Ishpiming Retreat Center, a spiritual retreat in Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin, that she opened in 1991. The papers and photographs also document various women’s rights groups and activities, women’s support groups, and women in the arts. Also included are 4 videorecordings containing interviews with Sage and promotions for the Ishpiming Retreat Center.
Sailing Club at UWM Title: Sailing Club at UWM Records, 1979-2012
Quantity: 1.6 cubic ft. (4 boxes) plus additions of .4 cubic ft. (4 folders)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 38
Abstract: Administrative records of the Sailing Club at UWM. Financial records include files on budgets, fleet captain's expenses, and segregated fees. Also contains minutes of the general membership and executive board meetings; correspondence pertaining to donations to the club; and the clubs's monthly newsletter, The Masthead. Other records include the club's constitution, bylaws, and rules; articles of incorporation; membership lists; an inventory of fleet vessels; and paper copies of electronic bulletin board messages.
Governor's Committee, Tenth Anniversary, St. Lawrence Seaway;
Great Lakes Commission
Title: Saint Lawrence Seaway Tenth Anniversary Observance Records, 1965-1970
Quantity: 0.7 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 336
Abstract: The Saint Lawrence Seaway opened in June 1959, finally allowing ocean-going vessels to enter the Great Lakes. This collection contains records regarding a celebration of its 10 year anniversary.
Belfrage, Sally, 1936- Title: Sally Belfrage Papers, 1962-1966
Quantity: 2 rolls of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Micro 599
Abstract: Papers, 1962-1966, of Sally Belfrage, a Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) worker in Mississippi, including a draft of her book Freedom Summer, an index to the draft, her diary and notes, voter registration information, and an extensive file of reports of progress and of harassment of SNCC activities.
Salter family Title: Salzer Summer Home Scrapbooks
Physical Description: 0.8 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 005
Abstract: Two scrapbooks, 1897-1898, of the Salzer family cottage "Ferndale" in Minnesota. The Salzer family lived in La Crosse, Wisconsin. These scrapbooks are thought to have been compiled by Ben Hess and Frank Burgess at the La Crosse Tribune offices. The scrapbooks contain original prose and snapshots of summer campers at Ferndale.
Jaffe, Sam A., 1929- Title: Sam A. Jaffe Papers, 1947-1972
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 178AF
Abstract: Papers of a journalist and news broadcaster for ABC and CBS who specialized in coverage of events in Russia and the Far East. Included are general correspondence, fan mail, writings of several types, and biographical material. Most complete in the correspondence are exchanges with several Chinese diplomats concerning Jaffe's attempts as a roving reporter for The Nation to visit the People's Republic of China during the 1950's. Most complete in the writings section are a group of fifty dispatches written as a Marine correspondent covering combat in Korea. Also of interest are a number of television scripts for various ABC year-end news summaries, a transcript of an interview with Prince Sihanouk broadcast on ABC Scope in 1966, and a script for Soviet Woman, an ABC special which featured Jaffe's 1963 interview with Nina Petrovna Khrushcheva. Although most of the articles are represented by clippings, there is a dispatch copy of his 1955 interview with Chou En-lai, the first post-revolution interview granted to a western journalist.
Brewer, Sam Pope, 1909-1976 Title: Sam Pope Brewer Papers, circa 1900-1976
Quantity: 10.2 c.f. (7 record center cartons, 4 archives boxes, and 2 flat boxes and photographs and negatives in 3 archives boxes)
Call Number: MCHC78-019
Abstract: Papers of Sam Pope Brewer, a news correspondent for the Chicago Tribune (through World War II) and the New York Times (after World War II) with assignments in Europe, the Middle East, South America, and the United Nations. The material, circa 1900-1976, consists of correspondence, clippings (many with Brewer by-lines), diaries and notebooks covering his entire career, news cables/dispatches, films, records of personal finances, and portfolios regarding areas of assignment.
Prucha, James R. Title: Sampling of Gravestones in the La Crosse Catholic Cemetery
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 048
Abstract: Random sampling of gravestones in the Catholic Cemetery in La Crosse, Wisconsin, compiled by James R. Prucha in 1987.
Hoskins, Samuel, 1812-1889;
Hoskins, James J.
Title: Samuel and James Hoskins Papers, 1835-1930
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Platteville Mss AK
Abstract: Business records and family papers, dealing primarily with the financial ventures of Samuel and James J. Hoskins of Dodgeville, Wisconsin. The business records concern investments in commerce, lead mining and land in the Dodgeville area as well as land investments in Wood County, Wisconsin. The family papers include family genealogy and history, correspondence and legal papers of Samuel and James J. Hoskins, documents relating to the legal clients of James J., and Dodgeville Rangers muster rolls and ordnance lists, 1874-1877.
Shirah, Samuel C., Jr. Title: Samuel C. Shirah, Jr., Papers, 1961-1964
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 540
Abstract: Papers of a civil rights worker and political activist who served as an organizer and representative for a number of groups in the south, among them, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Southern Conference Educational Fund, Southern Student Organizing Committee, and National Council of Churches. Shirah's papers include original and printed correspondence with other activists; proposals, prospectuses, and reports written by Shirah and others regarding civil rights projects; Shirah's field reports from 1963 and 1964; and miscellaneous printed and typed civil rights material. There is also a small file of papers from the Students for a Democratic Society, reflecting Shirah's interest in SDS activities.
Mazzuchelli, Samuel Charles, 1806-1864 Title: Samuel Charles Mazzuchelli Papers, 1825-1869
Quantity: 3 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Platteville Micro 30; Micro 849
Abstract: Microfilm copy of papers of a Catholic priest in southwestern Wisconsin who founded several churches, schools, and a community of Dominican Sisters. Included is a sermon diary; account books and sacramental records for parishes in Sinsinawa, Benton, Cuba City, and New Diggings and for Benton Academy; organizational records for Sinsinawa Mound College and an order of Dominican sisters; handmade notebooks Father Mazzuchelli made when he was a student in Rome in 1825-1928; and other items. A few volumes contain unrelated material that was added in later years by an unknown hand.
Sturgis, Samuel D., 1822-1889 Title: Samuel D. Sturgis Papers, 1845-1879
Quantity: 2 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 356; Micro 357
Abstract: A small group of military and family correspondence and military reports and orders of General Samuel Sturgis, Civil War commander and Indian fighter, including letters from General George A. Custer, John Hay, and William H. Seward. One letter by Sturgis, June 12, 1870, recalls a conversation with Abraham Lincoln. Also contains biographical sketches of General Sturgis written by his wife, Jerusha Wilcox Sturgis, and of his daughter and his son-in-law, Ella Maria Sturgis and John Dinan Lawler, written by their daughter, Eleanor (Juty) Lawler Pillsbury. References are also made to John and Mary Sturgis, prominent Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, residents.
Fallows, Samuel, 1835-1922 Title: Samuel Fallows Papers, 1856-1922
Quantity: 6.6 c.f. (32 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss FG
Abstract: Papers of Bishop Fallows of Chicago consisting of twenty-seven boxes of letters received and copies of letters sent by him, 1860-1922, concerning his widespread activities as a clergyman, reformer, civic leader, educator, Civil War veteran, and University of Wisconsin alumnus.
Meyers, Samuel J., 1901-1998 Title: Samuel J. Meyers Papers, 1891-1983
Quantity: 5.1 c.f. (5 record center cartons and 1 oversize folder) and 1.1 c.f. of photographs (1 archives box, 1 oversize box, and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: M2001-018
Abstract: Papers of Samuel J. Meyers, a vice-president (1947-1972) and labor organizer of the Retail Clerks International Association (RCIA), including correspondence, news clippings, reports and memoranda, an alphabetical file of subjects and names, historical materials collected and written by Meyers for a history of the union, a small amount of biographical and personal materials, and photographs.
Ratcliffe, Samuel Kirkham, 1868-1958 Title: Samuel Kirkham Ratcliffe Papers, 1913-1958
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: England Mss E
Abstract: Papers of Samuel Kerkham Ratcliffe, a British journalist who lectured widely in the United States during the first half of the twentieth century. Included are diaries, 1913-1939; miscellaneous articles; biographical material; clippings; and correspondence concerning his lectures, 1913-1958.
Pedrick, Samuel M., 1868-1963 Title: Samuel M. Pedrick Papers, 1897-1962, undated
Quantity: 5 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 312
Abstract: Papers compiled by Samuel M. Pedrick, an authority on the history of Ripon, Wisconsin. Papers consist of a genealogy of the Pedrick family and the allied Robbins, Taintor, Newcomb, Raymond, Van Allen, Mott, and DeMott families, including biographical notes from about 1600 to 1955; Pedrick's private correspondence, 1897, and autobiography; and biographical sketches of Ripon, Wis., families and individuals, including clippings and typescript copies of obituaries and directory entries from about 1840 to 1962.
Marshall, Samuel, 1820-1907 Title: Samuel Marshall Papers, 1841-1946
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (2 archives boxes including 11 photographs)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss AQ
Abstract: Papers of Marshall, a Milwaukee pioneer banker, including Marshall's letters to his brother describing his 1841 move from Philadelphia to Milwaukee and his early involvement in the banking business, Milwaukee transportation, and commodity prices. Also present are materials on Marshall's role in the founding of the State Bank (Madison, Wisconsin) and the Marshall and Ilsley Bank of Milwaukee; the Marshall family genealogy; description of travel in Europe and the Near East in 1855-1856; diaries; and some correspondence from the 1940s concerning the preservation of Marshall's papers. Also included are photographs of Marshall and of his sister, Elizabeth.
Reid, Samuel McDowell, 1790-1869 Title: Samuel McDowell Reid Papers, 1776-1867
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (1 archives box and 3 oversize volumes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: McCormick Mss AU; Micro 682
Abstract: Papers of Samuel McDowell Reid, a planter of Lexington, Virginia, who succeeded his father, Andrew Reid, as clerk of the Rockbridge County court. The papers consist of receipts and promissory notes, accounts for the plantation and mill and for estates of which he was executor, record of charges made to him for blacksmithing and iron repairs, and stock certificates and reports for the James River and Kanawha Company. Also included are personal account books of his father and of his father-in-law, William B. Hare of Lynchburg; financial records, 1808-1818, for the Ann Smith Academy at Lexington; and records of slaves sold on behalf of Washington College.
Ornitz, Samuel, 1890-1957 Title: Samuel Ornitz Papers, 1919-1957
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 48AN
Abstract: Papers of an author, screenwriter, and member of the Hollywood Ten who was imprisoned in 1950 after refusing to answer questions before the House Committee on Un-American Activities. The collection includes correspondence, writings, and other files. Present are manuscripts for two major novels, Haunch, Paunch, and Jowl (1923) and Bride of the Sabbath (1951), scripts for several stage plays and only a few screenplays and outlines. Annotated research files, clippings, and notes on Judaism and psychiatry illuminate the socio-political themes which were prominent in Ornitz's work. Also of interest are files which demonstrate his method of character development. Other files relate to Theodore Dreiser's investigation of the labor conditions in Harlan County, Kentucky, in 1931, and to the Hollywood Ten trial. The correspondence contains numerous exchanges with publishers such as Rinehart & Co., some references to Ornitz's experience as a screenwriter during the 1930's, and personal correspondence from the period of his imprisonment. Correspondents of note include Brooks Atkinson, Herbert Biberman, Vera Caspary, Harry Golden, Matthew Josephson, Ring Lardner, Jr., John Howard Lawson, Albert Maltz, Joseph L. Mankiewicz, Lewis Mumford, and Art Young.
Griffin, Samuel P., 1826-1887 Title: Samuel P. Griffin Logbooks, 1850-1851
Quantity: 0.6 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 33
Abstract: Two rough logbooks from the USS Rescue during its 1850-1851 search for the British explorer, Sir John Franklin.
Relf, Samuel, 1776-1823 Title: Samuel Relf Collected Correspondence and Biographies, 1801-1807, 1972
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 623
Abstract: Ten letters, 1801-1807, written by William Tayler, a London businessman, to Samuel Relf, editor and owner of the National Gazette of Philadelphia; and ten letters, 1802-1803, written by William Poyntell, a Philadelphia merchant traveling in Europe, to his wife Ann. (William and Ann Poyntell were the parents of Relf's wife, Sarah Poyntell Relf; William Tayler was an uncle of William Poyntell.) The letters were, in fact, news dispatches intended for publication in the Gazette, reporting on current political, military, and naval developments in Europe, or on social and cultural events in England and on the Continent. Included also are handwritten biographical sketches (1972) by Samuel Relf Durand of Samuel and Sarah Relf's daughter Ann Relf Kemper and her husband Bishop Jackson Kemper, Sarah Poyntell Relf, Samuel Relf, Anne Wilcocks Poyntell, and William Poyntell; and photographic copies of portraits by Rembrandt Peale of Samuel Relf and William Poyntell.
Sigman, Samuel, 1899-1976 Title: Samuel Sigman Papers, 1922-1953
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder) and 1 tape recording
Call Number: Wis Mss MT; Tape 53A
Abstract: Correspondence, recorded reminiscences, and personal campaign materials of Samuel Sigman, district attorney of Outagamie County, Wis., 1935-1936, and a leader and organizer in the Wisconsin Progressive movement. The papers reflect the growth and decline of the Progressive party in the 1920s and 1930s and include correspondence from numerous political and labor leaders. The collection also contains business papers of other organizations with which Sigman was affiliated, including the Appleton Labor College, the Appleton Trades and Labor Council, the Fox River Valley Home Merchants Association, and the Wisconsin Federation of Commercial Fishermen.
Campbell, Samuel W., 1843-1931 Title: Samuel W. Campbell Papers, 1881-1931
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: River Falls Mss BQ
Abstract: Papers of Campbell, a general store operator in Minnesota, minor Republican politician, and Indian Agent at the La Pointe Reservation, Ashland, Wisconsin. Included is correspondence, financial and legal papers, and other records primarily concerning his work as Indian Agent, 1898-1912. Campbell was forced to resign this post as a result of controversy surrounding his handling of Indian monies from timber sales. The collection documents this controversy as well as such subjects as the regulation of liquor, the education of Indian children, appointments, and Campbell's Civil War service in the 135th and 109th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry.
Walker, Samuel Title: Samuel Walker Papers, 1964-1966
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 655
Abstract: Papers of a civil rights volunteer who was connected with the Gulfport, Mississippi project during the 1964 Mississippi Freedom Summer and through 1965 and 1966. Included are Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee position papers and WATS reports; a Council of Federated Organizations report; Freedom School, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, and Free Southern Theater materials; and staff reports, minutes of community organizing and voter registration activities, newsletters, and other papers from the Gulfport Project.
White, Samuel, d. 1864 Title: Samuel White Papers, 1862-1865
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 135
Abstract: Collection consists of seven letters written by two brothers and a friend describing their Civil War experiences to their family in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Samuel White, captain in the 5th Wisconsin Infantry, wrote five of the letters, which describe his role in the infamous Mud March, an officer's mess in winter camp, the appointment of Ambrose Burnside as commander of the Army of the Potomac, the presentation of new battle flags by the governor of Wisconsin, and a review of the troops by General Grant. One letter written by William H. White describes the reaction of the soldiers to the assassination of President Lincoln. One letter from Alexander Samuels describes how Captain White lost an arm in combat and the losses incurred by his unit during the Battle of Spotsylvania Court House in May 1864. (White died two weeks later.)
Sanborn Map Company. Title: Sanborn Map Company, Inc. Maps
Physical Description: 2.0 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 058, Micro 1
Abstract: The Sanborn Map Company, Inc., was formed in 1876, and was primarily concerned with producing maps for the fire insurance industry. Today their maps have developed into a tool with myriad purposes. This set of fire insurance maps on microfilm includes La Crosse, Wisconsin, 1884; La Crosse and Onalaska 1887, 1891, 1906, 1906 edition with additions to 1944 and corrections to 1949, and a 1906 edition republished in 1954. In hard copy are a bound volume of the 1906 edition with additions to 1944 and corrections to 1952 and a disbound set of the 1906 edition, republished in 1954, with amendments dated 1956 and corrections to 1965. A color photocopy was made for use while the original disbound volumes are stored in an archival box. Other Wisconsin cities available on microfilm are Kenosha, 1886-1950; Kewaskum, 1894; Kewaunee, 1885-1933; Kiel, 1900-1925; Kilbourn City, 1885-1925; Knapp, 1925; Manitowoc, 1956; Oshkosh, 1957; Sheboygan, 1955; Superior, 1955; and Wausau, 1954.
Sandley Light Railway Equipment Works Title: Sandley Light Railway Equipment Works Records, 1947-2000
Extent: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes) and 171 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: M2006-097
Abstract: Records of Sandley Light Railway Equipment Works, a Janesville (Wisconsin) based company owned by Elmer Sandley and his son Norman which manufactured boilers and small scale trains as well as the records of the Riverside and Great Northern Railway (R. & G. N.) and the Riverside and Great Northern Preservation Society. The R. & G. N. was originally built by Sandley in Riverside Park (Janesville, Wisconsin) in the late 1940s to demonstrate the trains they manufactured for zoos and other companies and was moved to the Wisconsin Dells in the late 1950s. The bulk of the collection relates to the Sandley Light Railway Equipment Works, and documents its operations.
Holley, H. King Title: Sandor Leopold Landeau
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 077
Abstract: Student paper written by A. King Holley, 1958 January, on the life and artwork of artist Sandor Leopold Landeau. Landeau resided in La Crosse, Wisconsin during a portion of his early career.
Korducki, Sandra, 1937- Title: Sandra Korducki Papers, 1951-1956
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Call Number: Milwaukee SC 119
Abstract: Photographs, newsclippings, and programs illustrating Korducki's involvement in the Mazur Polish Dancers, the Polish Summer School, and the Walker's Point Youth and Family Center in Milwaukee.
Lichty, Sandra Title: Sandra Lichty: County Mental Hospital Project Records, 1960-1969
Quantity: 4.4 c.f. (4 record center cartons and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M80-367
Abstract: Files used by Sandra Lichty in her Ph.D. research at the University of Wisconsin for the County Mental Health Hospital Project. Principal investigator was Dr. Peter Weiss and project director was Dr. Martin Loeb. Materials concern the condition of mental health care centers in Wisconsin in the 1960s. This research into hospitals, clinics, and homes at the county level includes interviews with administrators, social workers, and other staff; records of patient populations and related costs; and needs assessments developed through public hearings and committees. Files also contain the subsequent recommendations and action plans by region, and related academic publications and papers.
Hoeh, Sandra Unterman.;
Milwaukee (Wis.). Common Council.
Title: Sandra Unterman Hoeh Aldermanic Records, 1967-1982
Quantity: 4.3 cubic ft. (13 boxes)
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 37
Abstract: Records of Common Council Alderwoman Sandra Unterman Hoeh, who served Milwaukee's 3rd District from 1976-1989. Contains correspondence, reports, meeting minutes, and newspaper clippings.
Towart, Sanford Title: Sanford Towart Scrapbooks, 1983-1999
Quantity: 2.5 cubic ft. (5 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 254
Abstract: Collection consists of scrapbooks compiled by Sanford Towart of clippings from local newspapers and national serial publications documenting issues of interest to the gay community. Topics include discrimination based on sexual orientation, HIV/AIDS, and the Jeffrey Dahmer serial killings.
Webb, Sarah Campbell, 1916- Title: Sarah Campbell Webb Collected Papers, 1957-1976
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (7 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 581
Abstract: Papers collected by Sarah Campbell Webb, a Madison, Wis., social worker employed by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Social Services, which reflect her participation in associations concerned with family life and adult education. As the community services consultant for southeastern Wisconsin, she coordinated numerous social service groups. In this capacity she collected program announcements, newsletters, clippings, mailing lists, and minutes; and generated her own correspondence and voluminous notes. She also compiled a “resources file” dealing with family problems and community action including bibliographies, catalogs, articles, papers, speeches, and lists of resource persons. The collection documents a variety of community activity and describes contemporary concerns regarding sex education in the schools, divorce, drug abuse, juvenile delinquency, and other social issues. Particularly well documented are the Dane County Council on Family Living, the Wisconsin Family Life Association, and the Adult Education Association of Wisconsin.
Leopold, Aldo, 1886-1948 Jones, Sarah Elizabeth Title: Sarah Elizabeth Jones papers
Quantity: 0.19 cubic feet 1 half-size letter document box Collection includes handwritten letters, one magazine article, and other paper materials.
Call Number: uac65
Abstract: The Sarah Elizabeth Jones papers consists of correspondence from Aldo Leopold to Sarah (sometimes spelled Sara) Jones, other miscellaneous materials, and photographs of Aldo Leopold.
Filzen, Sarah Title: Sarah Filzen Papers, 1996-1997
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box) 27 audio cassettes
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 179
Abstract: Materials from three oral history projects, relating to Cuca Records, Paramount Records, and the Park People, conducted by Sarah Filzen. The collection consists of taped interviews and transcripts for the Cuca Records and Paramount Records interviews and abstracts for the Park People interviews. The oral history projects relating to Cuca Records and Paramount Records, in which interviewees were asked about their background and their knowledge of the history of these local Wisconsin record labels, were conducted while Filzen was a graduate student in history at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. Filzen's history of Paramount Records is also included in the collection. The Park People project studied changes in public policy and recreational needs in the Milwaukee County Park System. Diane Buck co-conducted several of the Park People interviews.
Harder, Sarah Title: Sarah Harder Papers, 1950-2009 (bulk 1970-2000)
Quantity: 103.7 cubic feet, 92 tape recordings, 14 videorecordings, 1 DVD recording, 56 photographs, 55 transparencies, 1.3 cubic feet of photographs, and 1 compact disc of photographs
Call Number: M93-203; M94-068; M2002-086; Audio 1624A; M2007-020; M2007-080; M2010-126; Audio 1613A
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1970-2000, of Sarah Harder, a long time education administrator at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire as well as an advocate in women's issues. Harder was involved with and held executive positions on the national and international level in many women's groups which are represented in the collection. Papers documenting her involvement with these groups include but are not limited to: American Association of University Women (AAUW); International Federation of University Women (IFUW); Wisconsin Women's Council (WWC); Wisconsin Women's Network (WWN). Also included is her work on the Civil Rights Restoration Act (CRRA) and the Equal Rights Amendment (ERA); her interest with Russian/Soviet women's movements and United Nations women's advocacy activities; and other interests concerning women including children, reproductive rights, AIDS, drug and alcohol abuse, and the international peace movement.
Harder, Sarah Title: Sarah Harder Papers, 1970-2000
Quantity: 7.4 linear ft. (1 archive box, 7 record center cartons)
Call Number: Archives Series 586
Abstract: Sarah Harder was a professor and administrator from 1970 to 2000 at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. The collection includes biographical and administrative files.
Newport, Sarah Title: Sarah Newport collection
Quantity: 6.37 cubic feet 4 record cartons, 1 half-letter document box, 1 audio cassette box, 1 card file box Collection consists of papers and audio cassette tapes with oral histories.
Call Number: UA2019/032
Abstract: The Sarah Newport collection includes drafts of an unpublished book by Newport titled Exiting the Mainstream. It also includes audio cassettes of oral histories with members of the lesbian communtiy in Dane County, Wisconsin, which provided content for the book. Also included are the release forms for the oral history interviews.
Sauk County (Wis.). Treasurer Title: Sauk County (Wis.). Treasurer: Tax Rolls, 1904-1960
Quantity: 83 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Sauk Series 8
Abstract: Microfilmed record of real estate and personal property taxes levied and collected. Owner's name, a description of the property and its valuation, and a record of payment are shown. Includes only the years 1904, 1910, 1920, 1930, 1935, and every fifth year thereafter.
Landau, Saul Title: Saul Landau Films and Related Material, 1967-2002
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. of paper, 19 film reels, 49 videocassettes (U-Matic, VHS, Digital video, Betacam), 22.0 c.f. of film and video pre-print (11 record center cartons, 4 video boxes, and 55 loose cans), and 130 audio recordings
Call Number: M2009-084; CC 533-CC 540; CC 542; DG 066-DG 067; FH 298-FH 305; VHA 918; VHB 688-VHB 719; VFA 070-VFA 074; VMA 007; Audio 1464A
Abstract: Films by Saul Landau, a documentary filmmaker, writer, professor, and Institute for Policy Studies Fellow, investigating social, political, and human rights in the United States and abroad. Landau’s films explore subjects such as Fidel Castro and the Cuban revolution, nuclear radiation and cancer, prison life in San Francisco, CIA agents and activities, the election of Dr. Salvador Allende in Chile, political prisoners released from Brazil in 1970, Syrian life after the invasion of Iraq in 2003, the Mayan uprising in Chiapas, and the Watergate hearings. Also included are talk show programs by Landau done at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
Save Our Security Title: Save Our Security Records, 1982-1997
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 898
Abstract: Records of Save Our Security (SOS), a nonprofit coalition of national, state and local organizations that was formed in 1979 by Wilbur J. Cohen to counter efforts to weaken the Social Security system. The work of Save Our Security included research, publishing, lobbying, and public education on social insurance issues. It dissolved in 1997. Included are the minutes of the governing and advisory committees; correspondence; financial records; publications; and congressional testimony presented by Cohen, Arthur S. Flemming, Robert M. Ball, other members of SOS, and representatives of related organizations such as the Study Group on Social Security and the National Senior Citizens Law Center. Also included are publications, correspondence, curricula, and field reports and surveys documenting two educational projects: the Appeal to Conscience Project, which educated the public about the need to raise Supplemental Security Income (SSI) to the poverty level and the Nelson Cruikshank Study Project which attempted to integrate social insurance issues into high school curricula.
Save Our Sylvania Action Committee (Green Bay, Wis.) Title: Save Our Sylvania Action Committee Records, 1964-1977
Quantity: 1.8 c.f. (5 archives boxes) and 8 photographs
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 180; PH 6498
Abstract: Records of the Save Our Sylvania Action Committee (SOSAC), an environmental organization formed in 1969 and incorporated in Green Bay, Wisconsin, by Jerome Gandt, whose mission was to prevent the development of the Sylvania tract in the Ottawa National Forest (near Watersmeet, Michigan) by the U.S. Forest Service. SOSAC went to court in 1969 seeking an injunction against further Forest Service development of the tract, which motion was denied. However, this action set a precedent in environmental law by ruling individuals could bring suit against governmental agencies for other reasons than alleged personal damages. After the court hearing, SOSAC shifted its focus to include broader national environmental issues and in December 1971, changed its name to Wilderness Watch, Inc. The bulk of the material includes correspondence between Gandt and various political figures, most notably Senator Gaylord Nelson and the Secretary of Agriculture, Clifford Hardin. The remaining materials include background material, court proceedings, news clippings, membership lists, and environmental newsletters. Also included are 8 photographs of the Sylvania wilderness area (circa 1969).
Sawyer County (Wis.). Department of Public Welfare Title: Sawyer County (Wis.). Department of Public Welfare: Aid to Dependent Children Case Files, 1933-1941
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Sawyer Series 11
Abstract: Primarily case files of mothers or guardians receiving aid from the Sawyer County Department of Public Welfare for their minor children. Content of the files typically includes an application for aid, face sheets containing factual information about the applicant and the family, and a notice of award. Files may include an account of case worker's home visits and other information. One old age assistance file is included in this series. The cases of Native Americans were filed separately and given the file designation “CW.” The years indicated in the list below are the years in which the cases were opened.
Sawyer County (Wis.). Treasurer Title: Sawyer County (Wis.). Treasurer: Tax Rolls, 1901-1975
Quantity: 32.3 c.f. (196 volumes)
Call Number: Sawyer Series 10
Abstract: Record of taxes levied and collected on real estate and personal property. Includes description of the property, its assessed valuation, and amount of taxes levied as well as when and by whom the taxes were paid. Years represented are 1901, 1905, 1919, 1920, 1930, and 1940; after 1950, every 5th year has been retained.
- - - Title: Saxer Family Genealogical Information
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 235
Abstract: The Saxer Family Genealogical Information includes family trees (compiled in 2002) depicting the Peter and Prunella Mengelt Saxer family, the ancestors of Arnold Matthew Saxer, and the ancestors of Tina Rae Botts.

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