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Guell, Carl E., 1919-2001 Title: Carl E. Guell Slide Collection, 1951-1979
Quantity: 1,282 transparencies (1 archives box)
Call Number: PH 6684
Abstract: Aerial photographs of Wisconsin's landscapes taken by Carl Guell while serving with the Wisconsin Aeronautics Commission, later the Bureau of Aeronautics, from which he retired in 1985. Over three decades, Guell took over one thousand 35 mm slide photographs of aerial views over every Wisconsin county. The transparencies are listed by county and thereunder by nearest municipality. Also included is a manual to the collection, created by Dr. Todd A. Fonstad at UW-Oshkosh, which includes a brief description of each slide and is arranged by the five physiographic regions of Wisconsin.
Guenther, Richard W., 1845-1913 Title: Richard W. Guenther Papers, 1832-1962
Quantity: .4 c.f. (1 archives box, 1 reel of microfilm [35mm])
Call Number: Oshkosh Mss BV; Oshkosh Micro 18; Micro 968
Abstract: Papers of a former Wisconsin congressman and his family, consisting of correspondence, speeches, certificates and official documents, clippings, a journal, and memorabilia. Guenther's papers consist of fragmentary political and diplomatic correspondence, handwritten and printed copies of speeches and remarks, certificates and official documents, biographical clippings, and memorabilia. Family material includes correspondence, clippings, and a journal of Alice Lillian Motz, Guenther's daughter, and her husband Eugen Motz, former Chilean vice-counsel to Mexico City. Of note are genealogical documents and a journal of uncertain authorship kept during the Mexican revolution, 1913-1915. There are isolated letters to Guenther from Susan B. Anthony, Benjamin Harrison, Jeremiah Rusk, Philetus Sawyer, and John Sherman and a letter from Guenther to his wife concerning a 1904 visit with Theodore Roosevelt.
Guenthner, Dan;
Pennings, Margaret
Title: Dan Guenthner and Margaret Pennings Papers Related to Community Supported Agriculture, 1990-2015
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box) and 0.1 cubic feet of photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: Mss 1222; PH 7145
Abstract: Papers, 1990-2015, collected by Dan Guenthner and Margaret Pennings, owners of Common Harvest Community Farm, in Osceola, Wisconsin, documenting their experience with the community supported agriculture (CSA) movement. Included are newsletters and subscription materials for their farm, as well as information on other early CSA farms (notably Philadelphia Community Farm in Osceola, Wisconsin), CSA conferences, and university research on CSA farms.
Guerin-Gonzales, Camille, 1945-2015 Title: Camille Guerin-Gonzales papers
Quantity: 19.55 Linear Feet 14 records storage cartons. 2 letter document boxes. 1 regular slide box. 2 narrow slide boxes. 1 tape reel box. 1 folding flat box. 1 audio cassette box. Paper documents, bound volumes, disbound notebooks, bibliography cards, audio cassettes, audio CDs.
Call Number: uac39
Abstract: The Camille Guerin-Gonzales papers document the accademic and professional work of Professor Camille Guerin-Gonzales while at the University of Wisconsin-Madison Department of History and the Chican@ and Latin@ Studies Program. Professor Guerin-Gonzales's research centered on labor movements in the United States and abroad as well as the formation and politics of identity within working class movements and communities. The collection contains research materials for Professor Guerin-Gonzales's first book "Mexican Workers, American Dreams" as well as the research materials for her second book, "Mapping Working-Class Struggle in Appalachia, South Wales, and the American Southwest," which remained unfinished at the time of her death. The collection also contains materials related to professor Guerin-Gonzales's teaching and other activities related to Chican@ and Latin@ activities on the UW-Madison Campus as well as at the University of Colorado Boulder, Oberlin College, and The University of California Los Angeles.
Gumberg, Alexander, 1887-1939 Title: Alexander Gumberg Papers, 1904-1939
Quantity: 6.6. c.f. (14 archives boxes and 2 card boxes) and 2 photographs
Call Number: New York Mss J; PH 3989
Abstract: Papers of Alexander Gumberg, a Russian-born resident of New York City who was an adviser to American financial and business corporations and, through the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce, a promoter of closer political, economic, and cultural relations between Russia and the United States during the 1920s and 1930s. Also included is material relating to his efforts to lessen tension between the two countries and to bring about diplomatic recognition of the Soviet Union by the United States, especially his correspondence with William E. Borah, William Henry Chamberlain, Louis Fischer, John Reed, Raymond Robins, Boris Skvirsky of the Soviet Union Information Bureau, and Upton Sinclair. Gumberg's reports on the Geneva Disarmament Conference of 1927-1928, material concerning Gumberg's institutional and business connections with the All-Russian Textile Institute, Amtorg, the Russian trading company in the U.S., the American-Russian Chamber of Commerce (including subject files), Reeve Schley and Chase National Bank, Floyd B. Odlum, and Atlas Corporation are also included. The collection contains a vast correspondence and other material pertaining to internal developments in Russia, including the career of Gumberg's brother Veniamin Gombarg, vice-president of the Chemical Syndicate, and United States political affairs, especially the appointment of Joseph E. Davies as ambassador to Russia and Philip La Follette's attempt to create a national Progressive Party. Photographs show exterior views of a Russian Textile Institute ship and her personnel.
Gundersen, Adolf Slungaard, Rolv K. Title: Rolv K. Slungaard Translated Typescript of Adolf Gundersen Diary, 1894-1895
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 143
Abstract: Diary of Dr. Adolf Gunderson from the years of 1894-1895, which includes the chronological accounts of his medical cases. Gunderson was the founder of the Gunderson Clinic of La Crosse, Wisconsin. The diary was translated by Rolv K. Slungaard, M.D. in July of 1994.
Gunderson, Steve, 1951- Title: Steve Gunderson Papers, 1980-1996
Quantity: 12.0 cubic feet (12 records center cartons) and 82 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: La Crosse Mss DL; PH La Crosse Mss DL
Abstract: Papers of Steve Gunderson, Republican congressman who represented Wisconsin's 3rd district from 1981 to 1997. The papers include campaign materials, such as newspaper clippings, debate information, mailings, policy briefs, and information concerning trips to the district; committee materials; press releases and speeches; news clippings arranged by subject as well as by newspaper; legislation authored or coauthored by Gunderson; and subject files. Much of the collection relates to the Agriculture Committee and the Education and Labor Committee, of which Gunderson was a member, primarily information regarding legislation considered by those committees. The photographs show Gunderson campaigning and talking with constituents, speaking to various groups, and interacting with community leaders and other politicians.
Gundry, Mary, collector Title: Civil War Photographs Collected by Mary Gundry, circa 1861-circa 1865
Quantity: 26 photographs
Call Number: PH 9 (3)
Abstract: Civil War photographs including views of the members of the Union artillery encampment in Beaufort, South Carolina; the Confederate earthwork defense at Elliot's Salient at Petersburg, Virginia; the Confederate defenses at Fort Harrison, Virginia; African American soldiers excavating the Dutch Gap Canal on the James River, Virginia; and images of Richmond, Virginia.
Gundry, William P., 1853-1946;
Gundry, Joseph;
Gundry, Joseph H.
Title: Joseph, Joseph H., and William P. Gundry Papers, 1849-1899
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes and 2 volumes)
Call Number: Platteville Mss AM
Abstract: Papers of Joseph Gundry, who settled in Mineral Point, Wis., about 1845, and of his sons, Joseph H. and William P. Included are diaries kept by the elder Gundry from 1869 to 1898; some bills and accounts of William P. Gundry from 1869 to 1898; some bills and accounts of William P. Gundry with London, New York, and Chicago merchants for clothes and household furnishings; about 125 letters from William T. Vincent, 1870-1876, concerning a silver mine near Central City, Utah Territory; papers, 1870-1879, dealing with the management of the Mineral Point Zinc Company and the La Salle Zinc Company in Illinois, including accounts and correspondence; letters received from agents of the Gundry family in Nebraska and in Oklahoma Territory reporting on land investments; and miscellaneous correspondence dealing with minor business activities of the Gundry family.
Gunnison, Martha Eliza, 1865-1960 Title: Martha Eliza Gunnison Papers, 1868 , 1879-1957 , 1973
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Oshkosh Mss AK
Abstract: Diaries, 1879-1957, and other items of Martha E. Gunnison of Waupun, Wisconsin, until 1940 and then of Detroit, Michigan. They chronicle her daily housewife activities, operation of a boarding house with her mother, activities in several women's clubs, and frequent travel in her later life.
Gunther, John, b. 1901 Title: John Gunther Papers, 1938-1944
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 26 disc recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 16AF; Disc 82A
Abstract: Papers of an author and foreign correspondent, including correspondence, contracts, notes, annotated typescripts of speeches and lectures, and edited radio scripts broadcast by NBC. The correspondence, contracts, speeches, and notes relate to a 1939 lecture tour; the lectures themselves concern Far Eastern and Latin American issues, the Spanish Civil War, and the background of the European crisis of that year. Radio scripts for broadcasts from London in 1939 and from New York and London, 1939-1944, form the bulk of the collection and include news on the progress of the war from all theaters, background issues, and sketches about European leaders and history. Accompanying the collection are recordings of 41 broadcasts, 1942-1943.
Gurda, Francis S., 1895-1976 Title: Francis S. Gurda Papers, 1886-1981
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 flat box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 49
Abstract: Papers of Gurda, a Milwaukee Polish American architect and engineer, containing architectural drawings of Milwaukee public and private buildings; a family tree and other papers of genealogical interest; and family photographs, including a World War I photo of Company K, 127th Infantry Regiment, 32nd Division.
Gutekunst, Martin Title: Martin Gutekunst Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder) of papers and 0.2 linear ft. (1 archives box) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 407
Abstract: Papers and photographs of the Milwaukee, Wisconsin native, related to his World War II service in the 2nd Beach Battalion as a combat demolition man with a focus on his participation in the D-Day landing. The core of the collection are lengthy letters spanning 1944 and 1945, written by Gutekunst to his family. The letters offer details of military service and often use humor to reassure and comfort family members. Letters discuss stateside training, inconsistencies of mail delivery, visits to London, appreciation of the Red Cross, and seeing a U. S. O. Show. He touches upon the invasion of France, living in pup tents, many uses of a military helmet, translating German literature for other soldiers, and leave in Hawaii. Transferred from the European theater to the Pacific theater in preparation for the invasion of Japan, Gutekunst was stationed in the Philippines and on Okinawa. He writes about island invasions, lack of church services for soldiers, lack of alcohol for enlisted men, his impressions on the war's end, and occupation duty in Japan. The collection also includes a series of “round robin” style letters Gutekunst wrote home that were typed by his sister, Dorothy Pokel, and circulated between members of the Gutekunst family. Of note are two round robin letters sent to servicemen from Mt. Cavalry Lutheran Church providing information on the congregation members in service. Also included in the collection are personal military papers he received from the Personnel Center in St. Louis and newspaper clippings from Milwaukee newspapers about the anniversary of D-Day many of which include quotes from Gutekunst and his family. There is also a reminiscence of his service written around 1990. The oversized folder contains a May 24, 1990 section of the Milwaukee Journal about the Normandy Invasion and an issue of the New Orleans Times-Picayune celebrating the opening of the National World War II Museum. Photographs show the camp and scenes on Okinawa including the signal station, military cemetery, and an interesting shot of Gutekunst shaving using a mirror on a truck. Other photos show Gutekunst's return to Normandy in 1994 and his trip to the opening of the National World War II Museum in New Orleans. There are several images of the Gutekunst family including one of Martin and his brother Bill, both in uniform.
Gutman, James C., 1946- Title: James C. Gutman Papers, 1973-1980
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 671
Abstract: Papers of a filmmaker including his production records for two films, Hollywood on Trial, concerning the blacklist of Hollywood writers and actors, and I'm a Stranger Here Myself: A Portrait of Nicholas Ray. The production files consist of correspondence, financial and insurance records, contracts, releases, publicity clippings and press releases, research materials, transcripts, and biographical sketches. There are also incorporation papers from Gutman's production company, October Films.
Guttman, Jonas Title: Jonas Guttman Oral History Interview, 1994-1995
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder) and 6 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 1433A; SC 2944
Abstract: Oral history interview with Jonas Guttman describing his experiences as a Polish Jew before and during the German occupation of Poland consisting of recordings with partial transcripts. Guttman describes his life as a Jew in Radom, Poland with detailed accounts of the relationship between the Jewish community and the Polish community, the family business, and religious observance and education before World War II. Also documented are his personal recollections of his experiences in the ghetto, in the work camps, and in Germany immediately after World War II. Although most cassettes have corresponding transcripts, some cassettes have no transcripts and some transcripts do not correspond to the existing tapes.
Guyant, Wayne;
Guyant, Alta
Title: Wayne and Alta Guyant Tombstone Inscriptions, 1970-1981
Quantity: 14 reels of microfilm (35mm) and 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Call Number: Micro 2055; SC 1084
Abstract: Tombstone inscriptions copied between 1970 and 1981 by Wayne and Alta Guyant in cemeteries in seventeen Wisconsin counties, and clipped newspaper obituaries and other related items. The records represent every known cemetery in Florence, Langlade, Portage, Waupaca, and Waushara counties and many in Adams, Barron, Forest, Green Lake, Juneau, Lincoln, Marquette, Oneida, Outagamie, Shawano, Winnebago, and Wood counties. Included is an original record book of the Meadow Creek Cemetery, Barron County, Wis. Also present are family history materials on the Axtell, Dent, Guyant, and Rogers families.

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