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Haan, William George, 1863-1924 Title: William George Haan Papers, 1898-1925
Quantity: 3.0 c.f. (13 archives boxes) and 482 photographs (2 archives boxes and 1 album)
Call Number: Wis Mss FP; PH 209; PH 319
Abstract: Personal and military correspondence and papers of William George Haan, a professional soldier who rose to the rank of major general in the United States Army as commander of the famous 32nd “Red Arrow” Division in World War I. The collection documents his work on a general staff board of officers studying fortifications and land defense, and as chief of staff of the eastern department. The photographs document France during World War I and the Spanish American War in the Philippine Islands.
Haas, Charles E. Title: A History of the Acquisition and Renovation of the Hixon House by the La Crosse County Historical Society
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 248
Haas, Charles E. Title: Washburn Family Genealogy
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 068
Abstract: Ancestry of the Washburn family (including Cadwallader C. Washburn), compiled by Charles E. Haas. Date ancestry was compiled is unknown.
Habenstein, Robert Wesley, 1914-;
Lamers, William M. (William Mathias), 1900-
Title: William M. Lamers and Robert W. Habenstein Manuscript, 1955
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft. (3 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 34
Abstract: Draft manuscript for the 1955 publication The History of American Funeral Directing, by William M. Lamers and Robert W. Habenstein.
Haberman, George, 1894-1979 Title: George Haberman Family Photographs
Physical Description: 0.2 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 068
Abstract: George Haberman (1894-1979) was a photographer in La Crosse, Wisconsin, from 1923-1963. Haberman was a photographic apprentice under William Pryor about 1913-1915, and served as an aerial photographer instructor at the Eastman Kodak campus during World War I, returning to La Crosse after the War. The collection includes positive copy prints from glass slide negative photographic images of the family of George Haberman and some La Crosse area scenes. There are several self portraits of Haberman, his parents Frank and Mary (Stier) Haberman, and other family members which are all unidentified. La Crosse scenes include a horse trotting or race track, building at 524 Main St. (Pryor's Photographic Studio), backside of the Woolworth's Building, the inside of a restaurant, Pettibone Park bridge and lagoon, and a farm house scene. The original glass slides were transferred to the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse's Murphy Library - Special Collections Department.
Habhegger, Theodore Title: Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses Photo Album, circa 1900
Quantity: 0.2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Historic Photo Collection 32
Abstract: The Wagons of Milwaukee Businesses album came to the library from the estate of Theodore Habhegger, a Milwaukee manufacturer of short turn wagons. The album itself consists of 37 sepia-toned photographs of wagons, mostly belonging to various Milwaukee area businesses, from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Likely, it was originally used as a catalog of the types of wagons produced by Habhegger’s business.
Hackett, Sue, 1935-, collector Title: Sue Hackett Scrapbooks and Papers Relating to Joy Camps, Hazelhurst, Wisconsin, 1949-1951, 1984-2009
Quantity: 1.6 cubic feet (1 archives box and 2 flat boxes), 1 compact disc, and 1 tape recording
Call Number: M2010-097; M2013-167; Audio 1501A
Abstract: Collected materials, mainly 1949-1951, of Sue Hackett, who attended Joy Camps in Hazelhurst, Wisconsin, consisting of scrapbooks with photographs, memorabilia, newspaper clippings, and songbooks and correspondence detailing her experiences at the camp. Later materials include a brief autobiography touching on the impact Joy Camps had in her life and biographical information about camp owner Barbara Joy. Also included is a compact disc and cassette recording of Hackett singing camp songs and talking about the camp.
Hackler, Dorothy L. Goodland Title: Walter Samuel Goodland Family Genealogical Information
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 242
Abstract: The Walter Samuel Goodland Family Genealogical Information consists primarily of photocopied photographs of family members, plus copies of research notes on the Goodlands, as compiled by Dorothy L. Goodland Hackler. This family lived in the La Crosse, Wisconsin area.
Hackman, Larry J. Title: Larry J. Hackman Papers, 1970-2018
Quantity: 6.2 cubic ft. (8 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 337
Abstract: These professional and personal papers document Larry J. Hackman's influential career as an archivist, presenter, and author. The collection reflects Hackman's wide-ranging activities and his contributions to archival practice and theory, including documentation strategy and strategic archival advocacy. Types of records in this collection include correspondence, a personal biography on his professional career, presentations, and published material including his drafts and notes.
Hadassah, the Women's Zionist Organization of America. Madison Chapter (Wis.) Title: Hadassah, Rachel S. Jastrow Chapter Records, 1919-1970
Quantity: 4.4 cubic feet (11 archives boxes) and 10 photographs (2 folders)
Call Number: Mss 248; PH 4857; PH 6651
Abstract: Records of the Madison, Wisconsin chapter of Hadassah, a Zionist women's organization engaged in activities related to medical, child welfare, and agricultural issues in Israel. The bulk of the collection consists of printed material sent to the chapters by various national Hadassah agencies and concerns the Hadassah Medical Organization, the National Council of Jewish Women, the Jewish National Fund, and Youth Aliyah. Correspondence regarding local and regional chapter activities is that of chapter presidents Cecile Schein and Fannie Mack. Also present is information on related local organizations such as the Madison Beth El Temple, the Beth Israel Center, and the University of Wisconsin Hillel.
Hagan, Mary Etta, 1917-1995 Title: Mary Etta Hagan Papers, circa 1834-1995
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes), 670 photographs (3 archives boxes), and 8 negatives
Call Number: River Falls Mss EJ; PH River Falls Mss EJ
Abstract: Papers of Mary Etta Hagan, a descendant of early settlers of New Richmond, Wis. (St. Croix County). The collection consists mainly of Hagan's genealogical research into her mother's and father's families (Donohue and Hagan, respectively) and collected family papers. Both families have roots in Ireland. Included are brief family histories and group sheets; both family correspondence and Hagan's research correspondence; clippings; photographs; copies of pages from family Bibles recording births, deaths, and marriages; and collected miscellaneous items relating to various family members. Other family names represented in the papers include Barger, Carroll, McGoldrick, McConville, Mahoney, Scott, and Martin. In addition, there is a scrapbook compiled by S. N. Hawkins containing clippings about an 1899 cyclone that devastated New Richmond, and obituaries of prominent New Richmond citizens.
Hageman, Alice, 1936- Title: Alice Hageman Papers, 1953-1993 (bulk 1967-1993)
Quantity: 4.6 cubic feet (12 archives boxes) and 14 photographs
Call Number: Mss 852; PH Mss 852; PH Mss 852 (3)
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1967-1993, of Alice Hageman, a social activist, lawyer, and Presbyterian minister, documenting her professional activities and in particular her interest in Cuban religious and political issues and Protestant ecumenism. Included are notes, publications, photographs, and correspondence with Cuban religious leaders such as Sergio Arce-Martinez of the Seminario Evangelico de Teologia about trips to Cuba from 1969 to 1993. Additional papers are organized around her involvement in organizations such as the Committee of Returned Volunteers and the Cuba Resource Center (1969-1985), of which she was a founder and initial staffer, and suits to which she was a plaintiff which concerned restrictions on travel to Cuba and access to Cuban publications.
Hagen Family Title: Hagen Family Papers, 1879-1899
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CC
Abstract: Family histories and typed translations of letters from several Norwegian immigrants to the Eau Claire, Wisconsin, area. The correspondents are ancestors of the donor, Harold Hagen, and include Anders (Andrew) Pedersen Solem (Hagen's maternal grandfather); Elling Anderson Sende (Hagen's paternal great- grandfather); and Anders Lian (aka Andrew Lee), Hagen's maternal grandmother's cousin. Elling Anderson Sende arrived in Eau Claire in 1879 and assisted the others to immigrate. They all worked primarily in sawmills during the summer and in lumber camps during winter.
Hagen, Oskar, 1888-1957 Title: Oskar Hagen collection
Quantity: 4.5 Linear Feet 1 oversize archival flat box; 2 record cartons music manuscripts; 1 photographic print; 1 audiocassette tape
Call Number: mml004
Abstract: The Oskar Hagen collection contains primarily original manuscript scores, including his arrangements of others' works.
Haigh family. Title: Haigh Family Scrapbook, 1906-1917
Quantity: 0.5 cubic feet (1 flat box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 21
Abstract: The collection consists of one scrapbook that belonged to the paternal grandfather of Agnes Widder, Frederick George Haigh (1892-1963) or his mother, Mary Hartnell. The Haigh and Hartnell families emigrated from England in the mid-1800s and settled near Salem, Wisconsin. The 97 postcards in the album depict life, recreation, and travel destinations in Wisconsin, notably Kenosha, Green Bay, Cumberland, Salem, and Lake Geneva.
Haight, John Thomas, 1813-1853 Title: John Thomas Haight Papers, 1791-1936
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss U
Abstract: Incoming correspondence, legal documents, and other business papers of Haight, a Wisconsin land speculator based in Koshkonong who was active in local and state politics. Haight acted as agent for various Wisconsin residents and numerous persons from out of state, including John Davis of Massachusetts, Martin O. Walker of Chicago, and Eastern businessmen Caleb and William Cushing. Included are a lengthy exchange with O. W. Thornton of Marshall and correspondence with Moses M. Strong discussing land transactions and state and local politics. Other correspondents are John Catlin, James D. Doty, and Alexander Mitchell. A detailed land account book, 1839-1845, traces many of Haight's transactions. Letters written after Haight's death concern the personal and business affairs of his descendants. There is some genealogical material pertaining to the Thomas family of Connecticut. Papers before 1836 and after 1853 are primarily family correspondence.
Haight, Theron Wilber, 1840-1913 Title: Theron W. Haight Papers, 1849-1912
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes and 1 small box)
Call Number: Wis Mss RC
Abstract: Papers of Theron W. Haight, a Waukesha, Wisconsin, newspaperman and attorney, including family correspondence (1849-1908), and short entry diaries (1866, 1877-1881, 1883-1885, 1892-1899, 1901, 1908-1913), a few speeches, and a history of Wisconsin written by Theron's son Frank. Correspondence (1849-1861) of Theron's brother Morris concerns his settlement near Summit, Wis. Theron's Civil War letters (1861-1863) concern his service in the 24th New York Infantry in Virginia, including the battles of Ft. Royal, Gainesville, and Second Bull Run, where he was taken prisoner. Theron's courtship correspondence with Annie Youmans, whom he married in 1870, is also included. After the Civil War, Haight served briefly as school principal at Mukwonago, Wis., on the editorial staff of the Milwaukee Sentinel (1866-1868), and as publisher and editor of the Waukesha County Freeman (1870-1876). From 1876 to 1878, he was Secretary of the Wisconsin Board of Charities.
Hainer, Garrie W. Title: Garrie W. Hainer Papers and Still Images,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box, 1 flatbox, and 1 oversized folder) of papers, 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box, 1 flatbox, and 3 folders) of photographs, 0.1 linear ft. (4 folders) of paper prints, 0.1 linear ft. (2 folders) of slides.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1324
Abstract: Papers and still images pertaining to Garrie W. Hainer, a West Allis, Wisconsin resident who served in the Milwaukee Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol during World War II and also served with Headquarters Battery of the 65th Anti-Aircraft Artillery Gun Battalion stationed on Okinawa during the Korean War. Hainer was fifteen when he served with the Civil Air Patrol. During his service he collected clippings taken from newspaper and magazine articles pertaining to new equipment and vehicles used during the war. The articles include photographs and brief statistics about various airplanes, tanks, vehicles, ships, and munitions used by both Allied and Axis powers during the war. In one instance he made a scrapbook from the articles and entitled it 'Information on Planes and Shells.' Hainer also collected articles about U.S. troops in the field and some memorial articles commemorating different battles a year after the end of the war. Hainer later enlisted with the Army and was stationed in Okinawa for eighteen months during the Korean War. The manuscripts include service records, military papers, and ephemeral items such as baggage tags, military identification cards, and two Christmas greetings; one from Hong Kong and one from Ryukyus Command that has an interesting drawing of Santa Clause on a military transport ship. Also included in the collection are manuscripts documenting Hainer's attempt to obtain the Korean War Service Medal for which he was denied due to the fact he did not serve on the Korean peninsula. The still images include loose photographs, a photographic scrapbook, and slides taken while Hainer was stationed on Okinawa. Images in the scrapbook and on the slides include those of Hainer and other soldiers relaxing around the base, close-ups of the anti-aircraft sites and radar stations, a USO show, and a targeting range for small arms fire. Also included are images of local towns, people, and island landscape. Some interesting images are those showing the death and destruction still visible from World War II. Loose photographs further document the scenery and local residents of Okinawa, and also show anti-aircraft artillery in action.
Haines, Wilder H. Title: Wilder H. Haines Papers, 1917-1918
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 549
Abstract: Papers of Wilder H. Haines including numerous reports prepared and collected by Haines while he was an employee of the United States Food Administration during World War I. Included also are minutes and resolutions from meetings of the Agricultural Advisory Committee, for which Haines acted as secretary. Also present are reports, tables and charts, and handwritten notes of Haines and of Cecil H. Smith, written for the Food Administration, and concerning food and agricultural production in the United States, Australia, Great Britain, France, and other countries.
Halbach, Debra Dohr Title: Debra Dohr Halbach: Hilbert (Wis.) Research Materials, 1871-1998
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 168
Abstract: Research materials gathered by Halbach, researcher and history editor-in-chief for the book, Journal of a Village: Hilbert, Wisconsin, 1873-1998. The research materials are organized by subject and consist of photocopies of publications and news clippings, and typewritten summaries of news articles from the Chilton Times (1871-1909), and the Hilbert Favorite (1909-1988), as well as from other unidentified sources.
Hale, Quincy H., 1893-1987 Title: Quincy H. Hale Army Air Service School Papers
Physical Description: 0.2 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS Y
Abstract: Quincy H. Hale, well known La Crosse lawyer and civic leader, was born on March 24, 1893, in Spring Valley, Minnesota. In 1918 he graduated from the University of Minnesota with a law degree. Hale died February 28, 1987. These papers consist entirely of military notes and essays written by Hale while he was in training in the Army Air Service in Austin, Texas, in 1918. They contain nothing about Hale’s personal life.
Hall family;
Zimmerman family;
Viebahn family
Title: Hall, Zimmerman and Viebahn Family Papers, 1808-1966
Quantity: 8.8 c.f. (22 archives boxes) and 56 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 1053; PH 6579
Abstract: Papers of various members of the Hall, Zimmerman and Viebahn families of Watertown and Madison, Wisconsin, documenting the daily lives and activities of three generations of upper-middle class Wisconsin families. The papers consist primarily of family correspondence, including commentary on travel, recreation, college life at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, politics, domestic concerns, financial struggles, family events, and events local to Watertown and Madison. Also includes: Daniel Hall's papers documenting his professional role as a lawyer and State Assemblyman during the 1870s; the papers dating from before circa 1851 document the activities of family members in Lockport, New York, and include a small series of family photographs.
Hall, Eunice Onsrud Title: Eunice Onsrud Hall Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 1.2 linear ft. (3 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder) of papers and 0.6 linear ft. (2 archives boxes) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 841
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Eunice Onsrud Hall, a member of the 6669th Women's Army Corps (W.A.C.) Headquarters Platoon who served in North Africa and Italy during World War II. The collection consists largely of the letters Hall wrote home to her family during her wartime service and also while she worked in Greece for the Corps of Engineers from 1947-1948. The war letters described her basic training in the United States and, to the extent allowed by censors, her overseas service as part of the 5th Army. She described military life, living conditions, and recreational activities during the war. Other war-related materials include her military papers and local newspaper clippings describing her service. Her correspondence from Greece also described living conditions and recreational activities in addition to her thoughts on the Greek people. Postcards document the trips she took to nearby countries during her time in Europe. Materials from her life as a veteran include two typed reminiscences, materials relating to her late husband Reynold Hall, also a World War II veteran, and her interest in the Women in Military Service Memorial near Washington, DC. Photographs include numerous unidentified shots of Hall and fellow W.A.C.'s in North Africa and Italy during World War II. There are many photographs of recreational activities in Greece from her stay there. Also included are photographs from her trip along with other 5th Army veterans to Italy in 2001 to visit American cemeteries there and old battlegrounds.
Hall, George W. Title: Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project: George W. Hall Interview, 1981
Quantity: 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 923A
Abstract: Interview conducted July 23, 1981 by Barbara Morford of the Wisconsin Historical Society staff with George W. Hall, the secretary-treasurer of the Wisconsin State Federation of Labor (WSFL) from 1951 and of the state AFL-CIO after the 1958 merger. This interview is part of the Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project.
Hall, Wendell, 1896-1969 Title: Wendell Hall Papers, 1915-1962, 1967
Quantity: 0.8 cubic feet (2 archives boxes), 1 reel of microfilm (35mm), and 4 disc recordings; plus additions of 0.1 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 50AF; Micro 641; Audio 2038A; M97-008
Abstract: Papers of an early radio performer who was most famous for his composition “It Ain't Gonna Rain No Mo'.” The collection consists of biographical material and microfilmed scrapbooks, fan mail, miscellaneous printed matter, and recordings, including one with Milton Berle.
Hall, Wilson, 1922- Title: Wilson Hall Papers, 1953-1973
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 184AF
Abstract: Papers of a former NBC foreign correspondent who covered events in Cuba, Latin America, Vietnam, and the Middle East. Included are scripts for Emphasis and Monitor, some written in conjunction with his wife Lee Hall, and scripts and production notes for stories aired on the Huntley-Brinkley Report, Today, and other network news programs.
Halstead, Fred, 1927- Title: Fred Halstead Papers, 1956-1978
Quantity: 4.1 c.f. (10 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder), 1 tape recording, and 17 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: Mss 511; PH Mss 511; Tape 464A
Abstract: Papers of Halstead, a Socialist Workers Party presidential candidate and leading opponent of U.S. involvement in the War in Vietnam. The collection consists of correspondence and research files for his book Out Now: A Participant's Account of the American Movement Against the Vietnam War (1978) and records of various anti-war organizations, most notably the Fifth Avenue Vietnam Peace Parade Committee, New Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam, National Peace Action Coalition (NPAC), National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy (SANE), and the Student Mobilization Committee (SMC). Also included are subject files containing publicity material, press releases, correspondence, agendas and proposals for individual conferences, demonstrations, and GI civil liberties. In addition there is a tape recording of an oral history interview given by Halstead about the origins of the anti-war movement and photographs of protests.
Hamady, Walter Samuel Haatoum, 1940-2019 Perishable Press Limited Title: Walter Hamady Collection
Quantity: 6.25 Linear Feet 2 document boxes, 2 half document boxes, 5 flat boxes
Call Number: zy
Abstract: The Walter Hamady collection consists of hundreds of samples of Hamady's work with the Perishable Press Limited. Walter Hamady (1940-2019), an American bookdesigner, papermaker, and artist, ran his own private press, the Perishable Press Limited, and papermill, Shadwell, and printed over 100 works, often in collaboration with other artists and authors. The collection focuses largely on the Perishable Press Limited's work, "Flora: poems" by Ann McGarrell with original drawings from Jack Beal, including correspondence, vendor receipts, distribution information, and several proof copies. Additional broadsides, pamphlets, promotional materials, and other ephemera of the Perishable Press Limited are included, as well as correspondence between Hamady and a variety of friends, colleagues, and customers of the Perishable Press Limited.
Hambrecht, George P., 1871-1943 Title: George P. Hambrecht Papers, 1841-1943
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 32A
Abstract: Papers of George P. Hambrecht, a Wisconsin lawyer, government official, and Lincoln scholar, consisting of speeches and papers concerning education and the Wisconsin employment situation prepared in his capacity as director of the State Board of Vocational Education and the State Industrial Commission and transcribed copies of correspondence and research notes pertaining on his interest in Abraham Lincoln. The Lincoln research correspondence includes exchanges with associates of the former president and other experts on Lincoln. Also included are copies of papers by others such as Ellis B. Usher. There is also one volume of transcribed research on freedom of speech.
Hamilton Elementary School (La Crosse, Wis.). Title: Hamilton Elementary School, Second Grade Class, Letters to Santa
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 151
Abstract: Photocopies of letters written to Santa by students in Ed Ludwig's 2nd grade class at Hamilton Elementary School (La Crosse, Wisconsin), 2000.
Hamilton School District (Waukesha County, Wis.) Title: Hamilton School District Predecessor School District Records, 1867-1963
Quantity: 1.8 c.f. (1 record center carton and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Waukesha Series 35
Abstract: Records of schools consolidated into the Hamilton School District serving the northeast corner of Waukesha County, Wisconsin. Most date 1955-1961 and consist of general record books containing minutes of the annual school meetings, financial statements, and teacher contracts. There are also school board meeting minutes from Districts 3, 5, 7, and 10. District 7 is also represented by nineteenth century recordbooks which include pupil registers and a record book of library circulation. Predecessors represented include Joint District No. 3, Villages of Lannon and Menomonee Falls (Lannon School), 1955-1963; Joint District No. 5, Village of Menomonee Falls, Town of Brookfield, and City of Brookfield (Marcy School), 1952-1963; Joint District No. 6, Villages of Lannon and Menomonee Falls and Town of Lisbon (Willow Springs School), 1948-1962; District No. 7, Town of Lisbon (North Lisbon School), 1867-1930; and Joint District No. 10, Villages of Butler and Menomonee Falls and Town of Brookfield (Butler School), 1943-1962.
Hamilton, Henry P., 1862-1919 Title: Henry P. Hamilton Papers, 1887-1918
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss EL
Abstract: Papers of Hamilton, a Two Rivers, Wisconsin, amateur archeologist of note, consisting of his archeological correspondence, 1887-1918, chiefly with farmers, dealers, and other possessors of items which he desired for his famous collection of native Indian copper implements, stone axes, arrows, and spears. The letters throw light on the market price of such relics, forgeries, and the activities of other collectors and the Wisconsin Archeological Society.
Hamilton, John Stuart, 1899-1986 Title: John Stuart Hamilton Papers, 1924-1946, 1986
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box) and 1 tape recording; plus additions of 0.4 cubic feet
Call Number: U.S. Mss 143AF; Audio 1853A; MCHC 78-095
Abstract: Papers of John Stuart Hamilton, a correspondent and journalism professor, consisting of correspondence, memoranda, and writings. The bulk of the collection is made up of detailed memos on daily activities and information requests submitted by Hamilton as chief of the night bureau of the War Department Public Relations Bureau from May 1941 to January 1942. This period is further documented by a letter describing the White House press room on December 7, 1941. Included with the small correspondence file are two letters describing the selection of the Pulitzer Prize winners in 1934. Writings consist of photocopied articles for Business Week, 1943-1946, and cabled stories sent to the London Daily Mail as that paper's Tokyo correspondent in 1924. Particularly noteworthy among this material is Hamilton's eyewitness coverage of an atomic bomb test in a May 1946 article and his scoop of the Japanese withdrawal from the League of Nations. Also includes a recorded reminiscence as a world correspondent and letters to his wife during World War II.
Hamilton, Leonard M., d. 1972 Title: Leonard M. Hamilton Papers, 1968-1972
Quantity: 8.8 c.f. (9 archives boxes and 13 flat boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 121AN
Abstract: Papers of “Bud” Hamilton, a western branch manager of the United Artists Corporation, consisting of collected scripts, dialogues, and combined continuities of United Artists releases and pressbooks.
Hamilton, Phil Title: Phil Hamilton Art Department papers
Quantity: 3.85 cubic feet 3 record center cartons Collection includes 3 U-matic tapes and 2 video reels.
Call Number: uac49
Abstract: Phil Hamilton was a professor in the Department of Art at the University of Wisconsin-Madison from 1964 to 2004. His papers include campus planning records from the 1950s to the 1990s; newsletters and catalogs from the Department of Art faculty exhibitions; and several video tapes (3 U-matic and 2 reels).
Hamilton, Velma;
Hamilton, Harry
Title: Velma and Harry Hamilton Papers, 1898-2003
Extent: 12.2 c.f. (12 record center cartons and 1 archives box) and 4 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: M2006-040
Abstract: Papers, 1898-2003, documenting the lives and activities of Velma Hamilton and Harry Hamilton of Madison, Wisconsin. Velma Hamilton was actively involved in many civic organizations, including the Governor’s Commission on Human Rights, and various religious organizations. Harry Hamilton was a founding member of the Madison Chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and both served terms as president of the organization. The Hamiltons were members of a coalition that promoted the Fair Housing ordinance in Madison and were activists for the rights and welfare of social citizens at both the local and state level. The papers detail the Hamiltons' role in these organizations and include personal correspondence, news clippings, awards, speeches, reports, papers regarding the Bell family, and photographs of the Hamiltons.
Hammar, Einar O., 1897-1965 Title: Einar O. Hammar Papers, 1899-1968
Quantity: 2.2 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 207
Abstract: Papers of Einar O. Hammer, a former public relations officer for the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture (1944-1954) and director of fraternal affairs for the Sons of Norway in Minneapolis, Minnesota (1956-1964). Included are biographical materials, correspondence, speeches delivered by Hammer and other departmental officials such as W. A. Duffy, other writings including an unpublished book on the history of agriculture in Wisconsin, files concerning the administration of the Sons of Norway and its relationships with other fraternal agriculture organizations, charts, and subject files dealing with Wisconsin agriculture and Scandinavian-American culture.
Hammond, John Henry, 1833-1890 Title: John Henry Hammond Papers, 1864-1893
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Superior Mss R
Abstract: Business papers, mainly 1880-1893, of a Civil War general, railroad organizer, and founder of West Superior, Wisconsin. Included are letters, notes, minutes, by-laws, prospectuses, plat maps, articles of incorporation, title abstracts, deeds and other records of real estate transactions documenting Hammond's activities as founding member and manager of the Land and River Improvement Company, a land development company incorporated in 1883; and the Superior Terminal and Transfer Railway Company, chartered in 1882. A few fragmentary records reflect Hammond's involvement in several other railroads including the Northern Pacific; Chillicothe and Brunswick; and the Duluth, South Shore and Atlantic which he formed in 1888. Half the papers concern the administration of John H. Hammond's estate. These consist primarily of letters, contracts, and rent statements, 1890-1893, received by his son Ogden and H. Knox Taylor, who managed the estate's extensive property holdings and controlled other development and construction projects in West Superior. The collection also contains a small amount of personal material including a short autobiography, an account book (1864-1874), obituaries, and a group portrait depicting Hammond as a general on W.T. Sherman's staff.
Hanaway, Donald D. Title: Donald D. Hanaway Papers, 1981-1986
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (2 record center cartons and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M87-008
Abstract: Papers of Donald D. Hanaway, a Republican state senator from De Pere, Wisconsin from 1979 to 1987, documenting Hanaway's communication with his constituents, including correspondence to express support for or opposition to various senate and assembly bills, requests for information, requests for assistance with various legislation-related issues, and some replies by Senator Hanaway. Also included are Legislative Hotline messages left by constituents.
Handlos, Joseph F., 1891- Title: Joseph F. Handlos Papers, 1929-1972
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Northland Mss V
Abstract: Papers of Handlos, a Land o' Lakes, Wisconsin resident involved in the promotion of Wisconsin highways and particularly of U.S. Highway 45, a major tourist route to resort areas in northern Wisconsin and Michigan. Included is correspondence from Wisconsin and Michigan government agencies and legislators; speeches delivered to citizen groups and as legislative testimony; an information file on highways; and records, 1934-1961, of the U.S. Highway 45 Association, a citizens' lobbying organization.
Haney, J. Clyde Title: J. Clyde Haney Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.4 linear ft. (1 archives box) of papers, 0.1 linear ft. (2 folders) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1233
Abstract: Papers and photographs documenting the World War II service of J. Clyde Haney (Joseph), a Janesville, Wisconsin resident who served with the 193rd and 194th Glider Infantry Regiments of the 17th Airborne Division, and was killed in action during Operation Varsity on March 24th, 1945. Haney saw action at the Battle of the Bulge, was posthumously awarded two purple hearts and the bronze star, and is buried at Margraten Holland/Netherlands American National Cemetery. All of the manuscripts are photocopies of original documents and include letters, certificates, newspaper articles, and biographical material. The bulk of the manuscripts are letters that were written by Haney to his wife, son, mother, and in-laws during basic training and serving on the European Front. In the letters, he describes his daily military activities, social events, sites in Europe, and his overall welfare. The letters to his wife, Vera, also include a sense of homesickness. He describes in several letters how he missed being with her and their son, Richard. Haney also shows concern for the welfare of his family, often asking how everyone was feeling and making sure that they are eating enough food. After entering combat, his letters also mention the horrors of war without going into detail. In one letter (January 8, 1945), he says, "Sherman was certainly right," and in another (January 18, 1945) he says, "I've seen and been through a lot, but want to forget it as soon as I can." The letters to his in-laws and mother discuss much of the same elements as the letters to Vera, but often they include more details about what he was training for and how dangerous missions would be when he entered combat. One letter (March 7, 1944) to his mother describes his role as a combat intelligence and reconnaissance soldier, but tells her not to discuss the dangerous aspects of this role with Vera because he didn't want her to worry. Haney devised a code system with his family and would occasionally include coded messages within his letters. These codes generally relay his location in Europe and missions he was about to partake. His son, Richard, explains the code system his father developed in more detail in his book "When is Daddy coming home?" There is also a collection of letters written to Haney from Vera that were returned after he was killed in combat. In them, Vera describes how she and Richard are doing, events and happenings in Wisconsin, and life once the war is over and the family is back together. They also include descriptions of her concern for Haney's safety and how it was affecting her. In one letter (February 28, 1945) she states that she was relieved to hear that he was not seriously wounded after she had received a telegram stating that he was and that the stress had been causing her to have headaches. The collection also includes letters written to Vera from the War Department and commanding officers expressing sympathy for her loss, and documents discussing the determent of his remains. Vera eventually decided to keep his remains interned in Europe. The newspaper clippings are of Richard in a preschool class, the announcement of Haney's death, an account of Vera's first trip to visit his grave in Europe, and Richard's account of his father's service in three separate articles. The biographical information includes a list and brief family biography and guide to the codes that were hidden within them. He also included copies of two articles about the history of the 17th Airborne Division and the 194th Glider Infantry Regiment as it made its assault during Operation Varsity, and certificates for his purple hearts and bronze star. The photographs are reproductions of the originals and include images of Haney with his family before being drafted, during his training, before leaving for Europe, and in uniform right before his death. There are also images of Vera and Richard at his gravesite during three different visits to Europe.
Haney, James S., 1945- Title: James S. Haney Papers, 1962-1984
Quantity: 2.0 cubic feet (5 archives boxes); plus additions of 1.5 cubic feet
Call Number: Mss 346; M2016-053
Abstract: Papers of James S. Haney, a Neenah, Wisconsin paper company executive, lawyer, and Republican Party activist. Haney was active in Republican and student politics throughout his years at the University of Wisconsin, 1963-1972, and was a part-time aide to Governor Warren P. Knowles. Following graduation from law school, Haney served as chairman of the Dane County Republican Party, 1973-1974, and as chairman of the New Republican Conference, organized to recruit moderate Republican candidates and to develop Republican alternatives in Wisconsin. The papers include correspondence, mostly pertaining to Haney's political activities, including reference to national, state, and county conventions, fundraising, campaigns, and recruitment. Also included are copies of Knowles' speeches, press releases, and bulletins; correspondence of Knowles' executive secretary, Paul Hasset; form letters used in the governor's office; and newsletters, press releases, committee reports, and miscellany relating to various political groups and events from 1962 to 1974.
Hangar 13 (Beloit, Wisconsin) Title: Hangar 13 Scrapbooks, 1928-1944, 1984-1989
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (2 flat boxes and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M92-021
Abstract: Scrapbooks documenting Hangar 13, a boys’ club organized by the Beloit, Wisconsin Y.M.C.A. in 1928, devoted to the promotion of model aviation. Club members designed and constructed model aircraft, and engaged in competitive flying of their models. The club was active from 1928 to 1944, the period covered by the first six scrapbooks. The last three volumes document reunions of the group in 1984, 1988, and 1989. Included in the collection are photographs, financial reports, clippings, ribbons, flight lists, contest materials, catalogs, activity announcements, agendas, club rating qualifications, air show programs, winner lists, instructional materials, plane lists, alumni lists, correspondence, and other memorabilia.
Hanks, Marshall W., 1875-1952 Title: Marshell W. Hanks Papers, 1898-1939
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 754
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1898-1904, of Marshall W. Hanks, an electrical engineer and inventor, primarily concerning his work for the George Westinghouse Company on the development of the Nernst Lamp, an unsuccessful street light. Included are papers on the history and development of the lamp; correspondence with George Westinghouse and fellow employees and associates; advertising material; experimental data, charts, and reports; theses; patents; and some World War I engineering reports concerning his work on standardization and specifications for the U.S. Navy Aircraft Division.
Hanks, Stanley C. (Stanley Charles), 1872-1945 Title: Stanley C. Hanks Madison, Wisconsin, History Photograph Collection, circa 1850s-1985
Quantity: Approximately 1000 images (7 boxes of prints and lantern slides; 5 boxes of negatives)
Call Number: PH 6095; PH 6095 (3)
Abstract: Photographs, negatives, and lantern slides documenting Madison's history that were taken or collected by Stanley C. Hanks, a realtor and member of a prominent Madison family, used for illustrated talks he gave. Also included are photographs probably taken or collected by his father, Lucien S. Hanks, or his son, Lucien S. Hanks II. The collection includes a variety of photographic formats: original glass negatives, glass copy negatives, lantern slides, vintage prints, and copy prints.
Hanna, Hilton E. (Hilton Edward) Title: Hilton E. Hanna Papers, 1938-1983
Quantity: 10.8 c.f. (10 record center cartons, 1 flat box, and 1 card box), 2 tape recordings, and 0.2 c.f. of photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: M88-010
Abstract: Papers of Hilton E. Hanna, an international vice-president of the Amalgamated Meatcutters and Butcher Workmen of America, primarily documenting his work as executive assistant to Secretary-Treasurer Patrick Gorman and his personal involvement in labor education groups in Madison, Wisconsin from the 1950s into the late 1970s. Also documented is Hanna's role as writer for union and other publications, as contributor to local public radio programs, speech writer, and co-author of Pat Gorman's biography. Photographs document Hanna's general career and labor activities and provide the only documentation here of his work as a labor specialist for the State Department in Nigeria and Ghana in 1955.
Hannan, John J., 1866-1946 Title: John J. Hannan Papers, 1921-1942
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss NV
Abstract: Correspondence and addresses on prison reforms and other social reform movements, written by John J. Hannen, a Madison, Wisconsin resident who served as secretary and as president of the Wisconsin State Board of Control.
Hanold, Darrel, collector Title: Darrel Hanold Collection of Taliesin, Spring Green, Wisconsin, Photographs, circa 1924-1928
Quantity: 8 photographs
Call Number: PH 3938
Abstract: This collection consists of images of Taliesin, Frank Lloyd Wright's home and studio at Spring Green, Wisconsin, taken between 1924 and 1928. Included are exterior views of Wright's residence, studio and office; the Hillwing tower showing the dovecote; and a small dam on the property. The images were most likely made by the same photographer.
Hanscome, Annie Mae Title: Annie M. Hanscome Papers
Physical Description: 0.2 cubic foot
Call Number: MSS 155
Abstract: The Annie M. Hanscome Papers contain materials related to Hanscome's teaching career in La Crosse, Wisconsin; genealogical information for the Hanscome family (including Anne Anderson Hanscome, Rev. Thomas Smith, and Oliver and Ruth (Kid) Hanscome); and correspondence with family members. Materials range in date from 1864 through 1916, some materials are not dated. Annie M. Hanscome lived 1828-1904, and worked as a teacher in La Crosse, Wisconsin.
Hansen, Albert, 1886-1979 Title: Albert Hansen Papers and Photographs, 1899-1980
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet, 1 album, 2.0 cubic feet of photographs, 3.0 cubic feet of negatives, and 168 negatives
Call Number: M82-255; M82-123; M82-218
Abstract: Papers concerning Albert Hansen and prints and negatives by Hansen, a Menomonie, Wisconsin photographer who worked for the Haloid Company (later Xerox Corporation) from 1924 to 1959. The prints and negatives include images of Hansen's family and friends and of Menomonie, as well as images from Hansen's travels.
Hansen, Annie Nelson Title: "Memories of My Home and My Father the Way I Remember Him" Typescript as Written by Annie Nelson Hansen
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 148
Abstract: Photocopy of "Memories of my Home and my Father the way I Remember Him," written in 1962 by Annie Nelson Hansen. Hansen grew up on a farm in Ebner Coulee; typescript documents her childhood in this location and discusses her father, Magnus Nelson.
Hansen, Connor T., 1913- Title: Connor T. Hansen Papers, 1913-1987
Quantity: 2.6 c.f. (2 record center cartons and 2 card boxes) and 1 film
Call Number: Mss 647; AC 479
Abstract: Papers of Connor T. Hansen, a former Wisconsin supreme court justice (1967-1980), including personal correspondence, speeches and writings, subject files documenting involvement in the National Council of Christians and Jews and other organizations, campaign files documenting the elections in which he was involved between 1939 and 1970, a subject index to his Supreme Court decisions, memoranda books, and other biographical material.
Hansen, William C., 1891- Title: William C. Hansen Papers, 1964-1973
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Stevens Point Mss Y
Abstract: Papers of William C. Hansen, Stevens Point, Wisconsin, from his term as a Democratic State Senator; including reference files, correspondence, voting records, campaign materials, and miscellany.
Hanser, Richard, 1909-1981 Title: Richard F. Hanser Papers, 1952-1969
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes) and 17 disc recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 131AN; Disc 120A
Abstract: Papers of Richard Hanser, an award-winning writer of television documentaries, including biographical material and research, production information and publicity for the NBC series Victory at Sea, Project XX, and Wisdom. Documentation for Project XX is most complete; included are scripts and drafts, correspondence, press releases, reviews, 17 soundtrack recordings, and other production information for 24 episodes. Victory at Sea is represented by narrations for all 26 episodes, a script for a motion picture version of the series (UA, 1954), and material pertaining to a book by Hanser and producer Henry J. Salomon, Jr. Notes, scripts, and promotional material pertain to five programs of the Wisdom series. Among the interviewees are Oscar Hammerstein II, Margaret Mead, and Edward Steichen.
Hanson, Charles E. Title: Reflection on a Sister-City Odyssey: La Crosse and Dubna
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 153
Abstract: History written by Charles E. Hanson in 2001, titled "Reflection on a Sister-City Odyssey: La Crosse and Dubna," concerning the La Crosse, Wisconsin sister city relationship with Dubna, Russia. Hanson was the founder of the La Crosse-Dubna Frienship Association.
Hanson, Charles M. Title: Charles M. Hanson Papers, 1896-1915
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: River Falls Mss BJ
Abstract: Various household account books and insurance sales records kept by Hanson, an insurance agent probably located in Ellsworth, Wisconsin. Included are cash books, an insurance invoice register, and policy registers for Citizens Insurance of Missouri policies and Northwestern Fire and Marine Insurance Company policies.
Hanson, Doris Title: Doris Hanson Campaign materials
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet 1 letter document box
Call Number: Accession 2017/281
Abstract: Doris Hanson was appointed by Governor Tony Earl to be secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Administration. She is the first woman to have held this appointment. This collection documents both Hanson and her opponents' 1992 campaign for Wisconsin State Assembly.
Hanson, Eddy, 1893-1986 Title: Eddy Hanson Papers, 1970-1975
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder), 5 tape recordings, and 4 disc recordings
Call Number: SC 1139; Tape 604A; Disc 143A
Abstract: Material concerning professional organist Eddy Hanson, Waupaca, Wisconsin. Included are three oral history interviews with Hanson, his friend and fellow musician Dan Barton of Oshkosh, and another friend, record producer Al Rollo of Appleton; four commercial disc recordings of Hanson performances; and one folder of sheet music, notes on the interview contacts, and other papers. Included is information on Hanson's youth in Waupaca, making piano rolls in Chicago, Prohibition experiences there, a friendship with Cole Porter and other composers and celebrities, World War I experiences in John Philip Sousa's military band, and other reminiscences. Barton discusses work playing with big bands in the early 1900's, his invention of the Bartola (widely used in silent movie theaters) and of the Barton Pipe Organ, and of his company's attempt to get into the church organ market.
Hanson, Herbert G. Title: Herbert G. Hanson Correspondence
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 080
Abstract: Photocopies of correspondence sent by Herbert G. Hanson to his relatives (1917-1919) while Hanson was stationed in Europe during World War I.
Harbridge, Malcom D., 1910-1977, collector. Title: Estate of Malcolm D. Harbridge Collection1843-1948
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 34
Abstract: This collection consists of documents found as part of the state of Malcolm D. Harbridge, including bonds and deeds involving prominent figures in early Racine and the Harbor Addition, documents concerning the history of Racine, and material related to the Harbridge and Spence families, including photographs and ephemera.
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.
Hardgrove, Timothy A., 1874-1953 Title: Timothy A. Hardgrove Papers, 1930-1953
Quantity: 4.0 c.f. (9 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Wis Mss 47PB
Abstract: Papers of Timothy A. Hardgrove, a Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, dentist, relating largely to the campaign for fluoridation of public water supplies. Included is correspondence with other dentists interested in fluoridation, including John Frisch of Madison, Wis., and Frederick McKay of Colorado Springs, Colorado, and with officers of the American Dental Association and the Wisconsin State Dental Association; minutes of meetings of the fluoridation study committee of the State Dental Association of which Hardgrove was chairman; and materials relating to his research on the relationship between dental abnormality and tic douloureux (muscular twitching of the face).
Hardie, George, 1912-2001 Title: George Hardie Papers, 1880-2001
Quantity: 29 cubic ft. (44 boxes including 1 record album) 38 audio cassettes 28 audio reels 2 microfilm reels 872 nitrate negatives 9 oversize folders 1 roll 1 videocassette 98 digital files (21.19 GB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 65
Abstract: This collection contains personal materials of Milwaukee area aviation historian, enthusiast, and collector George Hardie. Hardie's passion for aviation began at a young age with his collection ranging from materials on airplane model building, to aircraft design and construction in the jet age. The significant areas of the collection focus on General "Billy" Mitchell, early Wisconsin aviator John Kaminski, the American Aviation Historical Society (AAHS), and the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA), of which Hardie was a founding member. Also included is extensive material on early aviation in Wisconsin, which includes information about Alfred Lawson, who was the founder of the Lawson Aircraft Company, and said to have built the first airliner in the world. Much of the material in these areas include correspondence between Hardie and prominent figures in aviation, as well as other aviation enthusiasts, and numerous aviation photographs.
Hardiman, Percy S. Title: Percy S. Hardiman Papers, 1958-1969
Quantity: 1.5 c.f. (1 record center carton, 1 archives box, and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: M76-385
Abstract: Papers, 1958-1969, relating to the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation during the years Percy S. Hardiman was president. The papers document the activities, projects, and lobbying of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau, a cooperative, insurance, and advocacy group for Wisconsin farmers, as well as the economic struggles, education, and community building of Wisconsin farmers during the time period. Included are correspondence and subject files, reports, agendas, minutes, organizational charts, and project files.
Hardiman, Percy S., 1909- Title: Oral History Interview with Percy S. Hardiman, 1976-1978
Quantity: 12 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 574A
Abstract: Interview conducted by Dale Treleven of the Historical Society staff with Hardiman, a Waukesha County, Wis., farmer who served as state president of the Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation. The interview concerns Hardiman's experiences as a farm youth in Sussex, Wis., provides details on the 1919 draining of a swamp; and includes discussion of crops, social life, electric power, and farm machinery. He also talks of his fuel oil delivery business, farming on his own property, milk strikes, the Golden Guernsey Cooperative, and other farm organizations particularly the Wisconsin Council of Agriculture, the Waukesha County Farm Bureau, and the state Farm Bureau Federation.
Harding, Frank D., 1838-1902 Title: Frank D. Harding Papers, 1833-1902
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (1 half-archives box)
Call Number: River Falls Mss AB
Abstract: Papers of a Hudson, Wisconsin, man, including Civil War orders (1863-1866) about his service in Company G, 4th Wisconsin Cavalry; as Captain of Company H, 15th Regiment, Corps d'Afrique (1863-1866); and as officer of Company C, 99th Regiment United States Colored Troops. Includes muster rolls of the 99th, and correspondence describing his service in Louisiana and Mississippi, including information on the surrender of New Orleans. Also includes personal correspondence, 1833-1875, with relatives in Connecticut and Rhode Island, especially Eddy Harding, Brooklyn, Connecticut; business papers, 1848-1898, including warrantee deeds, an estate list (1849), and the will of Nathaniel Smith, Providence, Rhode Island (1860); and genealogical notes on the Jewell and Barnard families of Star Prairie, Wisconsin.
Hargrave, A. W. (Alan Walter), 1876-1952;
Hargrave, Winifred Swanson
Title: Alan Walter and Winifred Swanson Hargrave Papers, 1902-1964
Quantity: 2.9 c.f. (6 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Oshkosh Mss CO
Abstract: Papers of the Hargraves of Ripon, Wis., concerning their daily activities and farm operations. Mainly consists of A. W.'s diaries which begin in 1913 and end in 1951 due to an illness which resulted in his 1952 death. His daily entries center on farm chores, livestock problems, crop records, and the weather. The recording of daily diary entries was immediately assumed by Winifred who continued until 1964 focusing on her social life with friends, neighbors, family, and church members. Also included are dairy herd record books (1926-1949); financial ledgers; and several family obituaries.
Harlos, Flora Title: Flora Harlos Scrapbook, 1909 , 1937-1939
Quantity: .4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 12
Abstract: This collection, mainly consisting of a scrapbook compiled by Flora Harlos, documents the travels of Flora and her sister Adela, mostly though the southern and eastern United States from 1937 to 1939. Several additional items from a trip to Yellowstone in 1909 are also included.
Harman, Glen Title: Oral History Interview with Glen Harman, 1980-1981
Quantity: 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 994A
Abstract: Interview by Frank Deloughery of the Historical Society staff with Glen Harman, a livery stable operator, about the Portage, Wisconsin area in the early twentieth century, local doctors and businesses, his remembrances of Zona Gale, and his Army experiences during World War I including an influenza epidemic at Camp Grant, Rockford, Illinois.
Harmar, Josiah, 1753-1813 Title: Draper Manuscripts: Josiah Harmar Papers, 1778-1799
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (2 volumes)
Call Number: Draper Mss W
Abstract: Copies and excerpts of correspondence, diaries, and other papers of Josiah Harmar, a Pennsylvania officer during the American Revolution, who also served as Commander of the army on the Ohio frontier (1784-1791), and as adjutant general of Pennsylvania (1793-1799). Harmar led an unsuccessful expedition against the Shawnee and Miami in Ohio and Indiana in 1790.
Harmon, David P., 1918- Title: David P. Harmon Papers, 1941-1964
Quantity: 7.2 c.f. (18 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 62AN
Abstract: Papers of a radio and television writer, consisting entirely of annotated script material for series on both media. Coverage is best for the radio programs America on the Air (CBS), Cavalcade of America (NBC), Gang Busters (CBS), and Now Hear This (NBC) and for the television series Cover Times Square (ABC), The Man Behind the Badge (Syndicated), and Jayne Wyman Theatre (ABC). Also included is a script for the motion picture Johnny Concho.
Harnick, Sheldon, 1924- Title: Sheldon Harnick Papers, 1937-1968
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (7 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 104AN
Abstract: Papers of a lyricist, consisting of correspondence, business records, scripts, production material, and music and lyric manuscripts for seven Broadway musicals. For the highly-acclaimed Fiddler on the Roof (1964) on which Harnick collaborated with Jerry Bock, the collection also includes musical manuscripts for songs not used in the production as well as some legal correspondence relating to motion picture rights. Also well covered are The Apple Tree (1966), She Loves Me (1963) and To Broadway With Love (1964).
Harnisch family Title: Harnisch Family Genealogical Information
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 179
Abstract: The Harnisch Family Genealogical Information pertains primarily to Rebecca Houston Harnisch, who disappeared in 1894 while traveling from her home in Holmen (Wisconsin) to Onalaska. Also included is information on other Harnisch family members. Material types include newspaper clippings and other assorted documentation.
Harnischfeger Corporation Title: Harnischfeger Corporation Photographs and Negatives, circa 1890-circa 1970
Quantity: 471 negatives (17 archives boxes), 0.4 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box), and 1 panoramic photograph (1 oversize folder)
Call Number: PH 6015; PH 6899
Abstract: Photographs, circa 1890-circa 1970, related to hoists, cranes, construction equipment, and other machinery produced by the Harnischfeger Corporation of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and its subsidiary, the Milwaukee Electric Crane and Manufacturing Corporation, circa 1890-circa 1920.
Harper, Cornelius A., 1864-1951 Title: Cornelius A. Harper Papers, 1875-1944
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss 7PB
Abstract: Medical papers of Dr. Cornelius Harper, Madison, Wis., a member of the Wisconsin State Board of Health (1901-1951), president of the Dane County Medical Society in 1907, and president of the State Medical Society in 1931. The collection consists primarily of personal and official correspondence and an extensive history of the State Board of Health and Harper's work there prepared by Harper in 1924. The early correspondence, 1875-1891, consists of files of Dr. James T. Reeve, Secretary of the State Board of Health, which give information on the formative years and development of the board.
Harper's Magazine Foundation Title: Harper's Weekly Illustrations, 1860, 1864-1881
Quantity: 0.3 cubic feet (3 oversize folders)
Call Number: PH 3078 (5); PH 6907
Abstract: Double-page wood engravings, 1860 and 1864-1881, excerpted from Harper's Weekly including political and social events, including the second inauguration of President Ulysses S. Grant, New York City landmarks, the trial of the Tichborne Claimant, and other scenes and events; the state of the nation; and President James A. Garfield on his death bed. Engravings from drawings by C.S. Reinhart and Jules Tavernier are included.
Harrington, C. L. (Cornelius Louis), 1891-1966 Title: C. L. Harrington Papers, 1904-1966
Quantity: 3.0 c.f. (7 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 5 tape recordings, 728 photographs, and 68 negatives; plus additions of 1.2 c.f., and 16 photographs and 14 negatives
Call Number: Mss 4; Audio 219A; PH 3164; PH 3165; PH 3166; M2005-048
Abstract: Papers of Cornelius Louis (Neal) Harrington, a superintendent of state forests and parks (1923-1958), including personal and professional correspondence; numerous reports, memoranda, and other official documents concerning his work with state forests and state parks for the Wisconsin Department of Conservation; speeches and writings; resource material (including correspondence files of State Forester E.M. Griffith) collected on the history of forests and conservation in Wisconsin; and oral history tapes and transcriptions. Personal papers include a diary and correspondence covering his World War I duty, his experiences on the S.S. Tuscania, and letters concerning his work as a state forester during the early years of the program; reminiscent letters written by other forest service pioneers concerning their experiences; personal financial records and ledgers of a livery stable owned by his father in Hurley, Wisconsin; and numerous photographs covering many aspects of his personal and professional life.
Harrington, F., Mrs. Title: Mrs. F. Harrington Family Photographs, circa 1870-1885
Quantity: 60 photographs (1 box)
Call Number: PH 533
Abstract: Carte-de-visite photographic portraits, many identified by name though the relationships are unrecorded. Some portraits were made by Madison, Wisconsin, photographers. “Mrs. F. Harrington” was imprinted on the cover of the album in which these photographs were received. Surnames represented include Baker, Curtis, Daggett, Dodge, Ferris, Hemington, Mayers, Palmer, Prichard, Sanford, Warren, and others.
Harrington, Gerard Title: Oral History Interview with Gerard Harrington, 1976 May 7
Quantity: 2 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 587A
Abstract: Interview with Gerard Harrington, a veteran New England newspaperman, concerning his experiences, changes in journalism, interviews with William Jennings Bryan and Clarence A. Darrow, work with the British War Relief Society as national publicity director, and the differences between broadcast and print journalism. The interview was conducted by Gerard Harrington III in Sepulpa, Oklahoma on May 7, 1976.
Harrington, Michael, 1880-1961 Title: Michael M. Harrington Papers, 1853-1955
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (3 archives boxes including 24 volumes, and 3 flat boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss VE
Abstract: Papers of Michael M. Harrington, a railroad worker and collector of railroad memorabilia. Correspondence deals with Harrington's position as chief dispatcher for the Milwaukee Road and his efforts to collect memorabilia. Collected letters include material on routine matters and arguments over rates. There is considerable material relating to hauling lumber and supplies for the John Arpin Lumber Company of Grand Rapids, Wisconsin. In addition, the collection contains agreements on rights of way; transcripts of litigation; bonds; pocket diaries kept by Harrington; and late nineteenth and early twentieth-century time books, records, and policy statements of the Milwaukee Road.
Harrington, Sidney N. Title: Sidney N. Harrington Diary, 1837-1839
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (1 folder)
Call Number: SC 322
Abstract: Diary and log kept by Sidney N. Harrington, navigator on the United States battleship North Carolina, on a cruise from Virginia to Peru and back to New York. Included are accounts of weather, revolutions, a siege of the port of Callao, and naval life and discipline. Also included are miscellaneous verses, drawings, essays, and some entries by others, some made in earlier or later years.
Harris, Joseph, 1813-1889 Title: Joseph Harris Papers, 1844-1894
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 45
Abstract: Letters and miscellaneous business papers of Harris, a resident of Sturgeon Bay, Wis., who was publisher of the first newspaper in Door County and a promoter of a canal between Sturgeon Bay and Lake Michigan. The papers contain information on land grants for railroads, lumbering, and quarrying in Door County, but primarily concern the development and financing of the Sturgeon Bay 8 Lake Michigan Ship Canal 8 Harbor Company. Letters to and from Philetus Sawyer and from Timothy O. Howe and James R. Doolittle are included as are letters Harris wrote to his wife (1866-1876) while he was secretary to Sawyer, and legal correspondence between Joseph Harris, Jr., and Jesse Birmingham (1889-1890).
Harris, Loyd G. Title: Loyd G. Harris Civil War Letters and Collection of Portrait Photographs, 1861-1870
Quantity: 0.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes) and 75 photographs (2 negative boxes)
Call Number: Mss 1061; PH 1938
Abstract: Civil War letters principally written by Loyd G. Harris, a lieutenant in the 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, Company C, to his sister, Nettie, and his brother-in-law, Otis (1860-1868). The letters include information on troop movements and duties, weather, health, Harris’ reflections on the Battle of Gettysburg during which he was wounded, and his thoughts on Lincoln’s assassination. The later letters detail Harris’ life after the Civil War ended. Also included are a few letters written on Harris’ behalf or written to Harris by others. The photographs are primarily portraits in carte-de-visite format of Civil War officers and contemporary women associated with Harris, circa 1861-1870.
Harris, Renee, 1876-1969 Title: Renee Harris Papers, 1904-1970
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 100 photographs and postcards
Call Number: U.S. Mss 127AN; PH 4031
Abstract: Papers of New York's first female theatrical producer, including business correspondence, legal documents, files on her ownership of the Hudson Theatre, materials relating to the Titanic on which her husband lost his life, poetry, plays, articles, short stories and other writings by Mrs. Harris, biographical material, and photographs and postcards.
Harris, T. George, 1924-2013 Title: T. George Harris Papers, 1940-2004
Quantity: 24.0 c.f. (25 archives boxes and 14 record center cartons) and 120 photographs; plus additions of 15.5 c.f., 22 videorecordings, and 9 tape recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 92AF; PH 3372; Audio 1606A; MCHC80-074; M88-163; M2010-038
Abstract: Papers of T. George Harris, an editor of Time, Look, Careers Today, and Psychology Today, consisting of correspondence, articles, editorial files, subject files, and notebooks. The editorial files comprise the bulk of the collection and contain correspondence, résumés, and drafts and printed copies of articles for Careers Today, Psychology Today (1968-1975), and Time (1958-1960). Related to the editorial files are several boxes of financial records for Communications Research Machines Inc., parent company of Psychology Today. Within the general correspondence is further material on Harris' executive and business activities for Psychology Today, as well as many letters pertaining to his interest in right-wing organizations. Correspondents of note include Harry S. Ashmore, William F. Buckley Jr., Bennett Cerf, John Sherman Cooper, Ben Moreell, David Riesman, and John Rousselot. Writings include a large file of stories written for Time, Inc., publications, 1949-1962, together with a few free-lance articles. Also present are biographical materials, a draft of Romney's Way: A Man and an Idea (1967), and miscellaneous notebooks.
Harrison, William Henry, 1773-1841 Title: Draper Manuscripts: William Henry Harrison Papers, 1811-1833
Quantity: 0.5 cubic feet (5 volumes)
Call Number: Draper Mss X
Abstract: Papers concerning William Henry Harrison's service in the War of 1812, including copies of his reports to the secretary of war (1811-1813); original correspondence of Harrison (1812-1817) and others; Harrison's 1840 manuscript defending his conduct of the 1813 Thames campaign; engravings and drawings of Harrison; and a map of the Tippecanoe battleground. Harrison was governor of Indiana Territory (1800-1812), commander of the Army of the Northwest in the War of 1812, and much later president of the United States (1841).
Harry Bridges Victory Committee Title: Harry Bridges Victory Committee Records, 1936-1945
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 61
Abstract: Miscellaneous pamphlets and newsletters produced by the San Francisco-based committee which led the effort to assist Harry Bridges. Between 1940 and 1945, the U.S. government attempted to deport Bridges, a leader of the International Longshoremen's Association, and the committee organized labor and political support in his defense. The collection also contains some newsclippings concerning the case. The committee was originally known as the Harry Bridges Defense Committee.
Harsch, Joseph Close, 1905-1998 Title: Joseph C. Harsch Papers, 1928-1988
Quantity: 21.0 c.f. (5 record center cartons, 38 archives boxes, and 5 volumes) and 5 photographs (1 folder); plus additions of 2.0 c.f.
Call Number: U.S. Mss 2AF; M89-099
Abstract: Papers of Joseph Close Harsch, a journalist and news broadcaster associated with CBS, BBC, NBC, and the Christian Science Monitor. Harsch's work is revealed through manuscripts of books, Pattern of Conquest (1941) and The Curtain Isn't Iron (1950); Monitor columns, and magazine articles; and scripts. The latter pertain to radio and television programs on NBC, CBS, and BBC, such as Background (NBC), Meaning of the News (CBS), and Report from Washington (CBS). In content, the scripts and articles reflect Harsch's varying assignments from coverage of the Harlan trial in Kentucky, the London Naval Conference, Germany and the Pacific theater during World War II, and post-war foreign affairs responsibilities in London and Washington, D.C. Photographs include portraits of Harsch, circa 1942-1950.
Hart, Kathleen Mary Title: Milwaukee Public Schools Desegregation Collection, 1975-1987
Quantity: .6 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 90
Abstract: Miscellaneous records created or compiled by Hart concerning the desegregation of the Milwaukee Public School (MPS) system. Most of the collection contains Hart's files on the Committee of 100, an advisory group to the MPS Board of Directors, and represented the community in the preparations of plans for alternative schools and integration. Hart's files, largely organized chronologically, concern the meetings and policies of the Human Relations Subcommitee, of which she was chair, and the South Division High School cluster. The records also include Hart's copy of the 1977 Monitoring Handbook issued by federally appointed Special Master John A. Gronouski and a file on the People United for Integration and Quality Education.
Hart, Moss, 1904-1961;
Carlisle, Kitty, 1910-2007
Title: Moss Hart and Kitty Carlisle Papers, 1922-1988
Quantity: 7.0 cubic feet (17 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 package), 3 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 4 tape recordings, and 2 films
Call Number: U.S. Mss 13AN; Micro 1189; Audio 169A; AB 735; CA 511
Abstract: Papers of Moss Hart, a noted playwright-director and his wife, Kitty Carlisle, an actress and television personality. Their combined correspondence, 1935-1960, includes some business mail, fan letters, and personal correspondence from George Abbott, Brooks Atkinson, Bernard Baruch, Bruce Barton, Cecil Beaton, S.N. Behrman, Irving Berlin, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Bohrod, Truman Capote, Bennett Cerf, Edward Choate, Jerome Chodorov, Claudette Colbert, Hume Cronyn, Russel Crouse, George Cukor, Edna Ferber, Judy Garland, George Gershwin, Sir John Gielgud, Mark Goodson, Oscar Hammerstein II, Rex Harrison, Leland Hayward, Lillian Hellman, George S. Kaufman, Elia Kazan, Jerome Kern, Jean Kerr, Arthur Kober, Alan J. Lerner, Sinclair Lewis, Howard Lindsay, Joshua Logan, Henry R. Luce, Sidney Lumet, Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne, Fredric March, Michael Myerberg, Sir Laurence Olivier, John Osborne, Cole Porter, Anthony Quayle, Jerome Robbins, Morris Rubin, Harry Ruby, Robert E. Sherwood, Herman Shumlin, Jean Sibelius, Phil Silvers, Adlai E. Stevenson, Theodore H. White, Emlyn Williams, and other prominent individuals. Manuscript and published copies of Hart's major works, some of which were written in collaboration with George S. Kaufman and Irving Berlin, include the plays The American Way (1939), Christopher Blake (1946), The Climate of Eden (1952), George Washington Slept Here (1940), Jubilee (1935), Lady in the Dark (1941), Light Up the Sky (1948), The Man Who Came to Dinner (1939), Merrily We Roll Along (1934), Once in a Lifetime (1930), You Can't Take It With You (1936), and Winged Victory (1943); the motion pictures The Eddie Duchin Story (Columbia, 1954), Gentleman's Agreement (20th Century-Fox, 1947), and A Star is Born (Warner Brothers, 1954), and his autobiography Act One (1959). There is also a script for My Fair Lady (1956), which Hart directed on Broadway. For several of the above titles there are also notes, business records, clippings, and photographs. Of more personal interest are two diaries, the first kept by Hart during a world trip in 1935 while he wrote Jubilee, and the second a journal of his theatrical activities and personal life during 1953 and 1954. Related to Kitty Carlisle's stage and screen career are clipping scrapbooks, 1932-1946 (on microfilm), photographs, and a draft version of her autobiography Kitty (1988). On film are the Harts' appearances at the 1961 Academy Award ceremonies and on Person to Person (CBS) in 1959. The tape recordings concern a 1960 discussion of Broadway musicals between Hart and Brooks Atkinson.
Hart, Virginia Title: Virginia Hart Papers, circa 1941-1972
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (1 record center carton and 1 archives box)
Call Number: M73-220
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1945-1966, of Virginia Hart, an instructor at the Wisconsin School for Workers during the 1940s and member of the Madison Citizens for Fair Housing, 1950 to 1964. The materials document labor instruction at the school and the fair housing drive in Wisconsin. Also documented is Hart’s interest in human rights and social welfare. Included is background and legislative material and some correspondence related to labor and housing issues.
Hart, William Osborne Title: William Osborne Papers, 1943-1989
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder), 1 reel of microfilm (35mm), 1 tape recording, and 17 photographs
Call Number: Mss 893; Micro 2069; Tape 1327A; PH Mss 893
Abstract: Papers of William Osborne Hart, a prominent Wisconsin socialist known for his numerous campaigns for elective office. Included are correspondence; biographical clippings; records from thirteen of his 25 unsuccessful election campaigns and the 1976 Presidential campaign of Frank Zeidler; subject files; photographs; transcripts of radio commentaries broadcast by WHA and WBOO and other speeches and writings; and records about Hart's leadership of the Socialist Party of Wisconsin and the Labor and Farm Party. Records of the LFP include minutes, platforms, and correspondence. Socialist records include correspondence and incidental administrative documents, with the majority dating from 1978, the year in which Hart resigned from the Socialist Party-USA. Prominent correspondents include Dennis Boyer, Virgil Vogel, and Frank Zeidler. Correspondence from Norman Thomas includes a recording of a 1964 greeting to Wisconsin socialists.
Hartford, Marie Cary, d. 1983 Title: Marie Cary Hartford Papers, 1897, 1933-1982
Quantity: 2.2 c.f. (2 record center cartons and 1 archives box), 1 tape recording, and 55 photographs
Call Number: M83-197; Tape 1152A
Abstract: Papers of Mrs. Marie Cary Hartford, largely concerning her father, Charles Preston Cary, and her family history. Cary was State Superintendent of Public Instruction, 1902-1921, and an advocate of vocational education. The papers include correspondence, clippings, notes made by Marie concerning her father’s work, and genealogical papers. Photographs, primarily from the 1940s to the 1960s, include portraits and informal images of family members and friends.
Hartman, Iva Louise, 1892-1975 Title: Iva Louise Hartman Papers, 1928-1974
Quantity: 5.2 c.f. (13 archives boxes)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss AY
Abstract: Correspondence and administrative papers of Hartman, superintendent of a Wisconsin tuberculosis sanatorium, documenting her career and involvement in tuberculosis and professional associations. In the early 1920s Iva Hartman was one of the first nurses trained at the Trudeau Sanatorium at Saranac Lake, New York, which was then pioneering in the care of tubercular patients. In 1929 she came to Janesville, Wisconsin as the first superintendent of the Pinehurst Sanatorium. She remained at Pinehurst until her retirement in 1959. Most of the collection deals with national, state, and local tuberculosis associations and the administration of Pinehurst Sanatorium. Among the materials relating to the Sanatorium are correspondence, annual reports, superintendent's reports, patient and staff schedules, and patient records as well as copies of newspaper clippings about Pinehurst and many photos of the Sanitorium and its staff. The tuberculosis and professional association records include some routine correspondence, but are mainly reports and publicity materials.
Hartshorne, Richard, 1899-1992 Title: Richard Hartshorne Papers, 1914-1992
Quantity: 3.2 cubic ft. (8 boxes)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 28
Abstract: The papers of Richard Hartshorne, a geographer who specialized in political and economic geography, as well as the philosophy of geography. He taught at the University of Minnesota and the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The collection contains correspondence, writings, articles, notes, and photographs.
Harvill, Thomas A., collector. Title: Thomas A. Harvill Political and Historic Buttons Collection, 1964-1988
Quantity:: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 27
Abstract: This collection contains historical and political buttons from the Kenosha, Wisconsin area. The buttons consist of American Motor Corporation (AMC) promotions, United Automobile Workers (UAW) local, state, and national campaigns. There is also an employee badge, a steward button, and a tool check from Nash Motors.
Hathaway, Joshua, 1810-1863 Title: Joshua Hathaway Papers, 1831-1870, 1883
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss FU
Abstract: Letters received by Joshua Hathaway as government surveyor of Wisconsin Territory and as a general land agent stationed at Milwaukee, with some drafts of his replies. There are letters from Eastern and Chicago land speculators, regarding land purchases and lots in Kewaunee, Manitowoc, and Milwaukee, and along the Catfish and Rock rivers; from the New York-Wisconsin Land Company for which Hathaway became agent; letters to Hathaway and Solomon Juneau concerning the Milwaukee harbor survey; and routine correspondence with other land agents and agencies. There are a few letters from Lucius I. Barber describing the 1842 legislative session, from Albert G. Ellis, surveyor general at Dubuque, and Alexander J. Irwin, Green Bay postmaster; copies of surveying instructions; land records; and some family correspondence. Filed with these are small bound and hand-sewn volumes containing Hathaway's copies of field notes, accounts, reconnaisances, and maps showing early land sales.
Hathaway, Joshua, 1810-1863;
Hathaway, John L., 1830-1891
Title: Joshua Hathaway Papers, 1853-1953
Quantity: 1.9 cubic ft. (4 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 3
Abstract: Joshua Hathaway was an early settler of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He was a district surveyor for the Milwaukee territory, later a City Alderman, City Tax Assessor, probate judge, banker, real estate dealer, and a lawyer. This collection contains correspondence, legal, real estate and financial papers of Joshua Hathaway. There are also materials relating to the Milwaukee and Watertown Plank Road Company and Milwaukee and Watertown Railroad Company. Also included are some papers of Joshuas' cousin and brother-in-law John L. Hathaway, a businessman and Milwaukee city official.
Haubrich, Vernon F. Title: Vernon Haubrich Desegration Study Papers, 1967-1973
Quantity: 16.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes and 15 record center cartons) and 74 tape recordings
Call Number: Mss 790; Audio 1236A
Abstract: Papers of Vernon F. Haubrich, a professor of educational policy studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, entirely concerning a national research project (1967-1971) on the educational, sociological, and economic factors that contributed to successful elementary school desegregation. Included are achievement test forms completed by individual students; attitudinal questionnaires completed by teachers, counselors, and principals; and recorded interviews (some in transcribed form). Also included are taped interviews of students and other materials concerning the development of the Wisconsin Cartoon Test which was used to study the racial attitudes of young children. Fragmentary administrative papers include the original grant proposal, the final report, and miscellaneous correspondence.
Hauer, Miriam Rowell Title: Miriam Rowell Hauer: Hauer, Croatt, and Perry Genealogical Papers, 1680-1982
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Milwaukee Micro 46; Micro 958
Abstract: Microfilm copy of papers compiled by Miriam Rowell Hauer recording primarily the history of the Croatt family who settled at Belgium, Wisconsin after emigrating from Luxembourg in 1847; including lineage charts; photographs; birth, marriage and death certificates; correspondence; and miscellaneous genealogical material.
Hauge Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church (Lodi, Wis.) Title: Hauge Norwegian Evangelical Lutheran Church (Lodi, Wis.) Records, 1878-1920
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 507
Abstract: Records of a Norwegian Lutheran congregation in Lodi, Wisconsin, including a certificate of organization, a list of members, the 1920 ministerial report, and a ministerial book recording baptisms, confirmations, communions, marriages, and deaths.
Haugen, Nils Pederson, 1849-1931 Title: Nils Pederson Haugen Papers, 1875-1931
Quantity: 16.0 c.f. (70 archives boxes and 4 volumes); plus additions of 0.4 c.f.
Call Number: Wis Mss HK; M89-095
Abstract: Papers, 1875-1931, of Nils Pederson Haugen, a Republican congressman from Wisconsin's Tenth District, 1887-1895, and state tax commissioner, 1901-1921. Papers from the years of Haugen's congressional service consist of correspondence with constituents, principally in regard to patronage and pension claims, but also touch upon other matters, including Scandinavian politics and newspapers, local affairs in Pierce County and Superior, and state campaigns, including his own for the gubernatorial nomination in 1894 and that of Robert M. La Follette in 1896. Papers from the years of Haugen's work as tax commissioner touch upon the income tax law of 1911, and include correspondence from 1919-1920 with officials of the National Tax Association, of which Haugen was then president. Papers also include material on Montana state politics from 1921 to 1923, when Haugen served as advisor to the board of equalization of Montana on revision of the state tax laws.
Hauser, Hayden Toland, John Title: John Toland and Hayden Hauser Correspondence on 1402 King Street, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 181
Abstract: Photocopies of correspondence dated 1987-1996 between John Toland and Hayden Hauser. Toland was trying to accurately portray his grandfather's house at 1402 King Street in La Crosse, Wisconsin, for his book Captured by History. Hauser was the owner and resident of the house at the time. Also included are photocopies of an early draft and final copy of chapter two of Captured by History. Toland was a Pulizer Prize winning author who was born in La Crosse in 1912.
Hauser, Otto R., 1886-1972 Title: Otto R. Hauser Papers, 1860-1972
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes), 4 tape recordings, 1 film, and 131 photographs
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss CF; PH 3219; Tape 1210A; CA 665
Abstract: Papers of a former Baptist minister and Milwaukee Socialist leader who served as secretary to Mayor Daniel Hoan; primarily including minutes, reports, organizational materials, speeches, photographs, a film, and other papers of American Relief for Germany, an organization which raised money for German relief after World War II; school notebooks, two 1907 diaries, a lengthy recorded autobiography, and other biographical materials; and fragmentary items concerning Socialists, Milwaukee Blacks, Immanuel Baptist Church, and Roger Williams Hospital.
Havighurst, Robert J., 1900- Title: Robert J. Havighurst Papers, 1924-1983
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 724
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1977-1983, of a scientist and educator concerning his involvement with the Alexander Meiklejohn Experimental College at the University of Wisconsin. Included is correspondence concerning planning for two alumni reunions, the establishment of the Alexander Meiklejohn Experimental College Foundation, and the Integrated Liberal Studies program at the University; a tabulation and report and writings concerning the impact of AMEC on its former students; and by-laws, minutes, memoranda, and financial records of the AMEC Foundation. Also included is a bibliography of Havighurst's writings, examples of unpublished writings, and miscellany.
Havlik, Marian E., 1935- Title: Marian E. Havlik Papers, 1958-2010 (bulk 1975-2008)
Quantity: 8.1 cubic feet (20 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder) and 2 tape recordings
Call Number: La Crosse Mss DE; Audio 1462A
Abstract: Papers of Marian E. Havlik, a Wisconsin nurse-turned-malacologist, consultant and environmentalist, the bulk of which are from 1975-2008. Included is research on freshwater mollusks, with an emphasis on endangered species, including the Higgins' Eye Pearly Mussel (Lampsilis higginsi), and their habitats in the Upper Mississippi River Region; technical reports; published papers on research findings; newspaper clippings; and correspondence.
Hawkins, Horatio B., 1884-1972 Title: Oral History Interview with Horatio B. Hawkins, 1963
Quantity: 13 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 311A
Abstract: Interviews, November 1963, by William Schereck of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin with Horatio B. Hawkins, relating to his career in China with the Imperial Maritime Customs and the Chinese Maritime Customs Service, 1906-1908, 1912-1940; the operation of the customs service in China; and his work with the U.S. Foreign Economic Administration in India and China, 1945-1946.
Hawkins, Marion E., 1916-1999 Title: Marion E. Hawkins Papers, 1939-1993
Quantity: 6.4 cubic feet (6 records center cartons and 1 archives box) and 0.2 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: River Falls Mss DU; PH River Falls Mss DU
Abstract: Papers, 1939-1993, of Marion Hawkins, a professor of English at the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, consisting of correspondence, personal diaries, travel diaries and journals, speeches and writings, and photographs. The bulk of the collection consists of her correspondence, arranged chronologically, which includes letters and cards sent to Hawkins by her friends and employers. Information in the letters reveals how Hawkins' work as a professor and additional volunteer activities influenced the university. Hawkins' home diaries record both her daily personal and professional activities including the classes she taught. Her travel diaries document her trips both abroad and in the United States and detail her personal travel experiences, description of the various locales, and contemporary news of the countries in which she is visiting. She later used these travel diaries as background material while writing her travel journals which she compiled to formally express how she experienced these foreign lands.
Hawkins, William Title: William Hawkins Papers, 1939-1968
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 5 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 133AN; Micro 921
Abstract: Writings and social correspondence of a New York drama critic and fiction writer. The bulk of this collection consists of clippings of Hawkins' World-Telegram newspaper articles (1946-1956) and notes and drafts of his published and unpublished books and plays, as well as two published works, The Big Red Pocketbook and Tell the Mischief. There are also letters from dozens of theater performers and producers; most are notes which thank Hawkins for a pleasant interview or a good review, and the rest are friendly, often chatty letters which deal with the writer's immediate social and professional activities. A number of business letters as well as clippings about, and photographs of, Hawkins are included in the collection.
Hayden Hardware (Sun Prairie, Wis.) Title: Hayden Hardware Records, 1855-1927
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss OI
Abstract: Correspondence, letter books, bills, receipts, and account books.
Hayden, Estelle, died 1950 Title: Estelle Hayden Papers, 1855-1948
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Wis Mss UU
Abstract: Papers of Estelle Hayden, a resident of Sun Prairie, Wisconsin, including letters, notes, and articles pertaining to the early history, buildings, settlers, and growth of Sun Prairie. There are also five Civil War letters, 1861-62, written by William Hayden, 4th Regiment Wisconsin Infantry; and twelve letters from her daughter, Ada Bird, describing a trip to Europe in 1904.
Hayden, Howard L. Title: Howard L. Hayden Papers, 1967-1968, 1993-1999
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box), 46 photographs and 83 transparencies (1 folder)
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CO; PH Eau Claire Mss CO
Abstract: Papers of Howard L. Hayden, a Vietnam veteran from Eau Claire, Wisconsin, who was drafted in February 1967 and served with a U.S. Army mechanized reconnaissance unit (25th Infantry Division, 4th Battalion) based in Cư Chi and Tây Ninh from August 1967 to August 1968. Hayden, a dyslexic, began writing about his combat experiences as part of his work with a literacy tutor in 1993. The collection includes manuscript drafts of stories, typescripts (prepared by Susan Anderson, his literacy tutor), a memoir, and a published volume titled “A Soldier's Story: Tracks, Tunnels and the Tet Offensive” (1999); original letters written by Hayden to his mother and sister Nancy from the beginning of his Army training to the end of his tour in Vietnam, some of which mention events which later figure in his stories; service records and awards; a published article; and captioned copies of photographs taken in the field and at Cư Chi. His stories are notable for their soldier's-eye view of matters such as clearing tunnels, knocking down woods, providing security for convoys, personal safety, and life in the field and in base camp. Some photographs and transparencies relate to the stories. Images include camp housing and facilities, mined roads, equipment, living in the field, a camp memorial service, and fellow soldiers.
Haydon family Title: Julie Haydon Papers
Physical Description: 0.4 cubic feet
Call Number: MSS 146
Abstract: Julie Haydon, born in 1910, in Oak Park, Illinois, was a stage and screen actress who originated the role of Laura in Tennessee Williams' play "The Glass Menagerie" in 1944. She was an actress-in-residence at the College of St. Theresa, Winona, Minnesota from 1967-1977, and lived in La Crosse, Wisconsin from 1977 until the time of her death in 1994. The collection, mostly photocopies, consists mainly of clippings about Haydon and her husband, George Jean Nathan. It also contains correspondence, playbills, photographs and a deconstructed scrapbook. The La Crosse Public Library Archives does not hold the originals for this collection.
Hayes, Isaac Israel, 1832-1881 Title: Isaac Israel Hayes Arctic Drawings Collection, 1859-1869
Quantity: 0.5 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: AGSL Manuscript Collection 18
Abstract: Drawings, sketches, and paintings of Arctic scenes from expeditions by Isaac Israel Hayes in 1860-1861 and 1869.
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.
Haygood, William Converse, 1910- Title: William Converse Haygood Papers, 1942-1954
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 23
Abstract: Papers of Haygood, a former State Historical Society of Wisconsin editor, consisting chiefly of correspondence and news releases written as a member of the 76th Infantry Division's public relations staff. The majority of these deal with the army's advance through Germany in 1945.
Haynie, Charles Atkinson;
Haynie, Roena L.
Title: Charles A. and Roena L. Haynie Papers, 1963-1965
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box) and 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Mss 563; Tape 831A
Abstract: Papers collected by Charles Haynie, a field director of the voter registration project of the Fayette County Civic and Welfare League (Tennessee), and his wife Roena, a hygiene and family planning instructor there. Included are project reports, published articles, and other papers by Haynie; correspondence and memoranda; and affidavits, election reports, complaints, statistics, political leaflets and flyers, and other election material. There are also a few papers of the League and recorded interview with local residents and participants in the league's projects.
Hays, Florence C. Title: Florence C. Hays Papers, 1869-1961
Quantity: 9.6 cubic ft. (22 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 359
Abstract: Florence C. Hays was born in Beloit, Wisconsin. She was a librarian who served the Oshkosh (WI) Public Library, Manitowoc (WI) Public Library, Manistee (MI) Public Library, Ripon College Library (WI), Wisconsin Legislative Reference Library, University of Wisconsin Extension Division - Municipal Reference Bureau Library (WI), St. John’s University Library (China), Watertown (WI) Public Library, Photoart Visual Services (WI) and Spencerian Business College Library (WI). During World War II she was a Reference Library Assistant for the 351st College Training Detachment at State Teachers’ College.
Hays, Florence C. (Florence Catherine), 1875-1965 Title: Florence C. Hays Home Photographs, 1912-1921
Quantity: 19 photographs
Call Number: PH 6207
Abstract: Interior and exterior views of four Madison, Wisconsin, residences of librarian Florence C. Hays: 216 S. Henry Street, 218 W. Gilman Street, The Irving (419 Sterling), and 432 Hawthorne. Hays served as a librarian for the Legislative Reference Library in the state Capitol and for the University of Wisconsin. After the time period represented by these photographs, Ms. Hays went to China to organize a library there, then returned to Wisconsin, and died in Milwaukee in 1965.
Hayward Lakes Resort Association (Wis.) Title: Register of the Hayward Lakes Resort Association Records, 1952-1993
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 3 photographs
Call Number: Northland Mss 12; PH Northland Mss 12
Abstract: Records of a northern Wisconsin resort association active in the promotion of tourism, including minutes of meetings (1952-1988), promotional brochures (1954-1993), and photographs, which include a panorama of the International Sportsmen's Show in Chicago, 1939, and two views of the Hayward booth at a similar show, circa early 1930s.
Hazeltine, William B., 1816-1888 Title: William B. Hazeltine Papers, 1843-1940
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm); plus additions of 0.6 c.f. and 12 photographs
Call Number: Micro 234; M2003-050
Abstract: Papers of William B. Hazeltine, a circuit rider associated with the West Wisconsin Conference of the Methodist Church, including correspondence regarding camp meetings, the Lake Monona Assembly, state and national politics, and the Civil War.
Hazelton, Gerry W. (Gerry Whiting), 1829-1920 Title: Gerry W. Hazelton Papers, 1852-1920
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss CD
Abstract: Papers of Hazelton, a Milwaukee attorney and congressman, mainly concerning family affairs. Includes are a few letters from his Republican colleagues, including Thurlow Weed; a diary of an European tour (1892); and certificates of membership and appointments.

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