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Gedney Pickle Company (Onalaska, Wis.). Title: Gedney Pickle Company Financial Ledger
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot
Call Number: MISC MSS 253
Abstract: The Gedney Pickle Company operated in Onalaska, Wisconsin, 1901-1906; this financial ledger covers their business activities 1901-1905. In November 1906, the Gedney Pickle Company was renamed the Onalaska Pickle and Canning Company.
Geiger, Ferdinand A., 1867-1939 Title: Ferdinand A. Geiger Papers, 1839-1951
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 63
Abstract: Papers of Ferdinand A. Geiger, a Wisconsin lawyer and United States District Judge for Eastern Wisconsin, 1912-1939, including correspondence, family and personal papers, speeches, papers relating to Geiger's involvement in a Justice Department controversy concerning ethics (1937-1938), and a copy of lectures on the powers and duties of the district attorney, presented by J. L. O'Connor at the University of Wisconsin Law School, 1888.
Geiger, Otto F., 1859-1930 Title: Otto F. Geiger Business Records, 1854-1908
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (1 archives box and 9 volumes)
Call Number: Platteville Mss L
Abstract: Primarily records of a prominent business firm owned by Otto Geiger of Cassville, Wis., which operated under various names, including Raffauf & Geiger and Klindt, Geiger & Company. There are daybooks, 1859-1865, letter books, 1856-1908 (with gaps), and a folder of miscellaneous papers, 1854-1864. The daybooks concern sales at the general store, and the letter books and miscellaneous papers relate to the sale of wheat, meat, and lard down the Mississippi; insurance of shipments; purchase of coal, seed, binder twine, flour, and other merchandise; sale of livestock and wool; employees; the local electric plant of which the later partners were part owners; the creamery; and the canning factory operated at Cassville.
Geisel, Robert K., d. 2004 Title: Robert Geisel Films, 1950-1980
Quantity: 29 film reels (16 mm), 1 videorecording (U-matic), and 80 film cans of printing elements (in 14 boxes)
Call Number: M88-184, AE 114-AE 125, CC 158, CC 189-CC 201, DF 578, DF 790-DF 791, VBC 277
Abstract: Films produced and filmed by Robert Geisel of Geisel Studios (1951-circa 1970s) primarily for Wausau area business clients such as Drott Manufacturing Company, Employer's Mutual Insurance (Wausau Insurance), Marathon Electric, and Zimpro. Other films include scenes of the Wisconsin Valley Fair, circa 1956; raw footage of the Wolf River area and tornado damage cleanup of the Town of Rib Mountain; snowmobiling; and a film about the forest industry in northern Wisconsin, Of Time and Timber.
Geller, Bruce, 1930-1978 Title: Bruce Geller Papers, 1966-1973
Quantity: 12.8 c.f. (32 archives boxes) and 1 film
Call Number: U.S. Mss 174AN; AB 856
Abstract: Papers of Bruce Geller, a writer-producer-director for television and motion pictures, concerning the television series Mission: Impossible (CBS). Photocopies of production files for the award-winning television series include shooting and planning scripts, research materials, reports, financial information, and correspondence.
General Mitchell Air Reserve Station Installation Restoration Program Title: General Mitchell Air Reserve Station Installation Restoration Program Records, 1983-2005
Quantity: 3.4 cubic ft. (4 boxes) plus additions of .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 103
Abstract: Records concerning the environmental cleanup of General Mitchell International Airport and Air Reserve Station in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The records include correspondence, guidance documents, enforcement records, and reports generated by the Air Force, the 440th Airlift Wing, and contractors. The records are a third copy of the original files, and placed at the UWM Libraries to fulfill a requirement in the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act.
Geological Survey (U.S.). Lake Superior Division Title: Geological Survey (U.S.). Lake Superior Division: Records, 1882-1912
Extent: 9.0 c.f. (5 record center cartons and 13 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss S
Abstract: Correspondence of three geologists, Roland D. Irving, Charles R. Van Hise, and Charles Kenneth Leith, who successively conducted the work of this survey from their offices at the University of Wisconsin. The principal object of the survey was to make detailed studies of the ore-bearing regions bordering on Lake Superior, but in 1890 the general direction of a study of the pre-Cambrian rocks of North America was given to Van Hise, and from time to time special investigations or scientific supervision of additional projects were required of the division. Since the incoming correspondence of the survey and of the university department of geology was filed as one unit, much of it deals with university affairs, as well as with other professional and personal interests of Van Hise. Monthly reports of University of Wisconsin Science Club meetings are present as are papers on Leith's work preparing an exhibit of ores for the St. Louis Exposition of 1903.
George Family Title: George Family Papers, 1857-1977
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Oshkosh Mss BR
Abstract: Papers of the family of Anton George, a Silesian immigrant farmer in El Dorado and Lomira townships, Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin, who served as Town of El Dorado justice of the peace between 1862 and 1865. Included are diaries with brief entries on farm work and church activities; a record of justice of the peace activities; a history of his wife's family, the Zimmermans; and other papers.
George Gilkey, 1919-2010 Title: George Gilkey (1919-2010) Papers, 1914-1983
Physical Description: 3.76 c.f.(8 archives boxes)
Call Number: LAX Mss 2010/01
Abstract: Papers of George Gilkey primarily consist of materials relating to his publication, The First Seventy Years: A History of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse 1909-1979. Materials include research and biographical notes, Alumni Questionnaires (1910-1974), chapter notes, draft copies, galley proofs, and editing and publication correspondence and notes. Other research materials are for the publication, Fiftieth Year of Celebration of the First German Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, research on ethnic settlement patterns in the city of La Crosse, and the La Crosse Ethnic Census. Also within this collection are his research materials relating to the political career of Thomas Morris and his work with the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
George Hoare & Company Druggists. Title: George Hoare & Company Druggists Records
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 113
Abstract: Records of the George Hoare & Company Druggists include a sample prescription book (1858), two newspaper articles on Hebberd Drugs, and a paper written by David J. Marcou, May 1993: "An Historical Report on the Oldest Continuous Business in La Crosse, Wisconsin: The Story of the Dumont-Hebberd Company." George Hoare & Company Druggists became Howard Drug Company, which was later bought by Hebberd Drugs.
George Smith & Co. (Pierce County, Wis.) Title: George Smith & Co. Ledgers, 1873-1880
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (2 volumes in 1 archives box)
Call Number: River Falls Mss AP
Abstract: Ledgers kept by George Smith & Co., a general merchandise store at Diamond Bluff, Pierce County, Wisconsin, showing prices charged for commodities and credit allowed for products brought to the store in trade.
George Walter Brewing Company (Appleton, Wis.) Title: George Walter Brewing Company Records, 1880-1975
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 49
Abstract: Records of the George Walter Brewing Company, a business with 52 employees in 1947, which closed in 1972. Included is correspondence, minutes and other administrative records, financial and legal records, building plans, a publicity file, and other documents.
Georgieff, Virginia Title: Virginia Georgieff Papers, 1942-1951
Quantity: 1.2 cubic ft. (3 boxes) 1 oversize folder
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 406
Abstract: Virginia Georgieff, a Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, served as a member of Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service (WAVE) in the US Navy from 1944 to 1946. This collection spans the years 1942–1951 and contains materials acquired during her time in various Navy training and service with the WAVE in New York, Washington, Iowa and Idaho.
Gerber, LuAnn;
Marcou, David J.
Title: David J. Marcou and LuAnn Gerber Papers Relating to Spirit of America: Heartland Voices, World Views
Physical Description: 1.2 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 109
Abstract: David J. Marcou, a native of La Crosse, Wisconsin, has worked as a writer, journalist, editor and photographer. This collection consists of drafts and proofs (2001) of the book Spirit of America: Heartland Voices, World Views published by Western Wisconsin Technical College, 2001, co-edited by Marcou and LuAnn Gerber. Many authors contributed to the work including students from Western Wisconsin Technical College. Papers include a copy of the copyright registration form and a copy of a letter from David McCullough.
Gerlach, Fritz Title: Fritz Gerlach Drawings, undated
Quantity: 2.6 cubic feet (3 flat boxes)
Call Number: PH 6128
Abstract: Works of Milwaukee, Wisconsin artist Fritz Gerlach, the bulk of which consists of 152 watercolors. Also included are 5 sketch books, 1 bound volume focusing on his life and work in Milwaukee, 1 family record for the Mason family recording births, marriages, and deaths, notes for a historical presentation on the women's liberation movement, 5 miscellaneous prints and sketches, and 1 color photograph of Gerlach. The majority of the watercolors are divided into seven subject areas including the Apostle Islands, Fritz and Mathilde Anneke, the Gerlach family, Increase Lapham, Juliette Kinzie, Dr. Kate Newcomb, the women's liberation movement, and other miscellaneous Wisconsin subjects all of which relate to and act as illustrations for historical topics on which Gerlach and his wife lectured.
German Theater Company of Milwaukee, Inc. Title: German Theater Company Records, 1894-1930
Quantity: 1.2 cubic ft. (3 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 98
Abstract: Records from the German Theater Company of Milwaukee, which performed German-language plays and operettas. Primarily contains financial and other business records.
Germer, Adolph Title: Adolph Germer Papers, 1898-1966
Quantity: 10.4 c.f. (26 archives boxes and 1 package) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 125A; Micro 676
Abstract: Correspondence (1901-1958), diaries (1931-1958), speeches, reports and other union records, and printed matter of labor organizer and leader and Socialist Party leader Adolph Germer; concerning the United Mine Workers of America (UMWA), the formation of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), and activity with the United Rubber Workers (URW), the United Auto Workers (UAW), and the International Woodworkers (IWA).
Gersch, Jeff Title: Jeff Gersh: Sustainable Agriculture Interviews, 1988
Quantity: 20 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 1223A
Abstract: Tape-recorded interviews about sustainable agriculture, conducted with farm families by Jeff Gersh as academic research for his master's thesis, “Why Some Wisconsin Farmers Choose to Farm Sustainably: A Question of Circumstances, Values and Validation.”
Gershuny, Grace, 1950- Title: Grace Gershuny Papers, 1977-2015 (bulk 1984-2010)
Quantity: 5.2 cubic feet (5 records center cartons and 1 half-archives box) and 90.0 megabytes
Call Number: Mss 1227
Abstract: Papers, circa 1985-2010, of Grace Gershuny, organic farmer, writer, educator, administrator, and consultant. Gershuny served as a staff member with the USDA National Organic Program (NOP) and was a main writer for several sections of the organic rule standards. She was involved with other organic and sustainable agriculture organizations, including the Organic Crop Improvement Association (OCIA), Organic Foods Production Association of North America (OFPANA), Organic Trade Association (OTA), Rodale Institute, and other national organizations. Gershuny's work as an editor, author, and teacher is also documented in the papers.
Gersmann, Joel Title: Joel Gersmann Papers, 1969-2005
Quantity: 6.3 c.f.
Call Number: M2009-019; M2011-092
Abstract: Papers, 1969-2005, of playwright and director Joel Gersmann, documenting his professional life. The bulk of the collection consists of materials relating to plays written and/or directed by Gersmann, as well as other productions by the Broom Street Theater of Madison, Wisconsin. Also included are Broom Street Theater administrative records, press materials and reviews, play programs, and Gersmann's working notes for articles and plays.
Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children's Museum of La Crosse. Title: Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children's Museum of La Crosse, Board of Directors Meeting Minutes
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 174
Abstract: Board minutes of the organizational phase of the Gertrude Salzer Gordon Children's Museum, 1996-1997; the museum formally opened in 1999 and is also know as the Children's Museum of La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Gesell, Gerhard, b. circa 1846-;
Gesell, Arnold, 1880-1961
Title: Gerhard Gesell Photographs and Negatives, circa 1875-1950
Quantity: 462 vintage prints, 164 modern prints, 25 laser, and 1 scrapbook in 4 archives boxes and 2 flat boxes, 330 negatives (9 negative boxes), and 21 lantern slides
Call Number: PH 6131; WHi(G471); WHi(G472); WHi(G473)
Abstract: Photographs made and collected by Gerhard Gesell (circa 1846-1906), an Alma, Wisconsin, photographer, and by his son, child pyschologist Arnold Gesell. Included are images of several Wisconsin towns including Alma, Chippewa Falls, Fountain City, and Stevens Point as well as Minneiska, Reed's Landing, and Wabasha in Minnesota. The collection also includes numerous images of the Mississippi River and the surrounding landscape, including Beef Slough located north of Alma along the banks of the Mississippi and Chippewa Rivers. Additional subjects documented include steamboats, railroads, and the landscape and fishermen in Maine. Much of the collection documents members of Gerherd Gesell's family most notably his son Arnold Gesell. Additional images include examples of Gerhard Gesell's work as a photographer in Alma. Also included is a scrapbook given to Arnold Gesell by his parents.

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