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Kickapoo Orchard Company (Gays Mills, Wis.) Title: Kickapoo Orchard Company Records, 1912-1964
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Platteville Mss AF
Abstract: Records of a fruit growing business with orchards in Gays Mills, Wisconsin, and a general office in Madison; including by-laws, minutes, a stock certificate book, and articles of dissolution.
Kickapoo Valley Association (Soldiers Grove, Wis.) Title: Kickapoo Valley Association Records, 1977-1980
Quantity: 6.6 c.f. (12 archives boxes and 1 flat box); plus additions of 111 tape recordings and 2.0 c.f. of film out-takes
Call Number: Mss 1018; M84-087; Audio 1370A
Abstract: Records, 1977-1980, of the Kickapoo Valley Association (KVA), established in 1966 to promote recreation and conservation of the Kickapoo Valley and River Watershed. The records of the KVA consist of records created during a two year Comprehensive Employment Training Act (CETA) and Local Employment Assistance (LEAP) Grant projects to clean up the Kickapoo River Watershed. Records include administrative subject files that document project director Tom Hovde's correspondence with the regional and state Manpower Offices, community members, KVA board members and employees, in addition to general project management and final project reports. Also included are financial and personnel files, and a two-volume history of the area with accompanying lesson plans, both products of the History Project.
Kidder, Earl Dane, 1893-1986;
Kidder, Emily, 1892-1986;
Kidder, Clark
Title: Interviews of Earl and Emily Kidder, 1983-1985
Quantity: 11 tape recordings
Call Number: Audio 1513A
Abstract: Audiocassettes of interviews made by Clark Kidder of his grandparents, Earl Dane and Emily (Reese) Kidder of Milton, Wisconsin. Earl (1893-1986) was a constable for Milton and Fulton, and Emily (1892-1986) was an orphan train rider to Wisconsin.
Kiefer, Irene C. Title: The Trane Tea Room: 7th and King Streets: La Crosse, Wisconsin
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 169
Abstract: Article written by Irene C. Kiefer (a La Crosse, Wisconsin resident and friend of Minnie Trane) titled "The Trane Tea Room: 7th and King Streets: La Crosse, Wisconsin."
Kiel, Laura Title: Laura Kiel Papers, 1963-1965
Quantity: 0.2 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss AS
Abstract: Papers of a Wisconsin resident who served as a Peace Corps volunteer in Colombia, including family correspondence, diaries, clippings, and miscellany.
Kielsmeier Brothers (Manitowoc, Wis.) Title: Kielsmeier Brothers Records, 1913-1920
Quantity: 4.8 c.f. (21 volumes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 30
Abstract: Journals, ledgers, and account books of the Kielsmeier brothers, Otto A., R. C., and Sam, wholesale dealers in dairy products with branches at Owen, Plymouth, Wausau, Spring Green, and Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Kihss, Peter Title: Peter Kihss Papers, 1938-1984
Quantity: 25.6 c.f. (25 record center cartons and 2 archives boxes) and 14 photographs
Call Number: M87-305
Abstract: Papers of Peter Kihss, an award-winning reporter who wrote for the New York Times for thirty out of the nearly fifty years of his career. His career began in 1933 as a reporter for the Associated Press after his graduation from Columbia University. He was a Pulitzer scholar and part-time correspondent for the Times in Uruguay and Argentina for a year, and then worked for several news organizations before joining the Times in 1952 as a general reporter. In 1984, the Fund for the City of New York established the Peter Kihss Award for outstanding reporting on New York City government and named Kihss the first recipient. The papers cover virtually all of Kihss's career in the form of his articles and news dispatches. Correspondence apparently was not saved until the 1960s.
Kile, Orville Merton, 1886- Title: Orville Merton Kile Papers, 1921-1930
Quantity: 2.9 c.f. (1 archives box, 5 flat boxes, and 1 oversize volume)
Call Number: U.S. Mss AO
Abstract: Papers of Orville Kile, an agricultural economist, lobbyist, and writer. Included are correspondence, 1921-1928, mostly concerning articles which Kile was writing for farm journals; radio scripts, 1925-1926, of farm news broadcasts which focused on attempts at federal farm legislation; reports, 1926-1928, written by Kile and others on farm surplus and price problems; and ten scrapbooks. Eight indexed scrapbooks consist of press releases prepared by Kile, 1923-1930, on topics of interest to farmers, including prices, crop conditions, legislation, and foreign agricultural news; and two scrapbooks include newspaper clippings on miscellaneous agricultural topics.
Killough, Mary K. Title: Mary K. Killough Research Files, 1813-2004
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Green Bay Mss 178
Abstract: Mary K. Killough research files, 1813-2004, for a series of articles written on the Norwegian Moravian missionary, Otto Tank. Born March 11, 1800 near Halden, Norway, Tank spent much of his life in missionary service throughout Europe and in the South American country of Suriname. Tank eventually settled in Green Bay, Wisconsin, where he dealt mostly in real estate.
Kimberley, E. O. (Edwin O.), d. 1919 Title: Edwin O. Kimberley Family Papers, 1850-1882
Quantity: 0.2 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Wis Mss DX
Abstract: Family papers of Edwin Kimberley, known as “Wisconsin's singing soldier” because of his Civil War service as leader of the regimental band for the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry and of a brigade band in Sherman's Army. Letters to his parents, Henry and Elizabeth Kimberley, Brodhead, Wis., from relatives in Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire, England, mainly 1850-1875, give family news, prices of farm products, and English views of the Civil War, with some inquiries about possibilities of immigration. Civil War letters, 1861-1865, from sons William, Co. C, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry, and Edwin concern their activities. Also present is a photostat copy of published sheet music to Hamilton's Badger Boys, written by Kimberley and E. E. Bryant for the 3rd Infantry after the Battle of Bull Run.
Kimberly, E. O. (Edwin O.), d. 1919 Title: E. O. Kimberley: Regimental Band, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry photographs, circa 1861-1865
Quantity: 16 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: PH 6342
Abstract: Tintypes of members of the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry Regimental Band, circa 1861-1865. These were gathered by Edwin Kimberley, the band leader, and included is an image of Kimberley. The soldiers are holding their instruments in the photographs.
King Features Syndicate Title: King Features Syndicate Cartoons, 1921-1953
Quantity: 193 items
Call Number: PH 1087; PH 2461; PH 2462; PH 3264 (3); PH 6850
Abstract: Original pen and ink drawings for several comic strips distributed to newspapers by the King Features Syndicate. Included are representations of Gene Ahern's Room and Board, Carl Anderson's Henry, and George McManus' Bringing Up Father and Rosie's Beau.
King, Anthony J., 1894-1965 Title: Anthony J. King Papers, 1892-1965
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss BE
Abstract: Papers of King, a Milwaukee labor leader, public servant, and socialist. Most of the collection deals with his activities as secretary-treasurer and business agent of the Plumbers and Gasfitters Union, Local 75. Also present are briefs concerning Wisconsin corporations presented during World War II to the War Labor Board Sixth Region of which King was a member; files concerning the Milwaukee Board of School Directors and Milwaukee Public Museum's Board of Directors, on which King served; and files on Milwaukee Mayor Frank Zeidler and on socialism in Milwaukee.
King, Charles Title: Charles King Papers and Still Images,
Quantity: 0.2 linear ft. (1 archives box) of papers, 0.7 linear ft. (3 flat boxes and 9 folders) of photographs, 0.1 linear ft. (2 negative flaps, 1 negative folder) of negatives.
Call Number: WVM Mss 528
Abstract: Assorted papers and still images pertaining to the military career of Brigadier General Charles King. The collection includes correspondence, personal diary, newspaper articles, photographs, and negatives concerning his service during the Spanish-American War until his death in 1933. The diary provides a record of his daily activities for 1898 and includes entries about the destruction of the U.S.S. Maine, his attempts to gain a commission as an officer in the event of war, and his eventual assignment to the 1st Brigade of the 1st Division, VIII Corps in the Philippines. The correspondence includes letters King wrote to friends after the end of the Philippine-American War, and telegrams he received concerning his assignment to a military unit during the Spanish-American War. Of particular interest is a letter (February 21, 1898) written by King that recounts a promise from Wisconsin Governor Edward Scofield that he would appoint King to head a Wisconsin brigade in the event of war with Spain. Newspaper articles consist of his appointment to the 2nd Brigade, highlights of his military career and his death. The photographs consist mainly of portraits of King in uniform. Most of the images were taken around the time of the Spanish-American War. A portrait print of King as a West Point cadet is included, as well as some pictures showing him as an elderly man. Of particular interest is a series of portraits showing the uniform King wore when he escorted President William McKinley's wife, Ida, during the President's inauguration of 1897. Also included are images of King inspecting troops and participating in parades while on horseback, an image of him on the deck of a transport ship just before sailing to the Philippines, and a photograph of King taken while he was in Switzerland. Negatives include an image of an older King standing on a wooden plank walkway and an image of King on horseback inspecting troops. Also included are negatives of portraits of King, and landscapes of the area surrounding the King Veterans Home.
King, Charles, 1844-1933 Title: Charles King Papers, 1840-1930
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes and 1 volume) and 2 reels of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Wis Mss KW; Micro 257; Micro 479
Abstract: Incomplete papers of soldier and novelist Charles King of Milwaukee, composed of correspondence, diaries, memorandum books, and articles. The correspondence deals briefly with King's services in the Spanish-American War and in the Philippines, and with his literary career. A large part of the papers concerns the role of the Wisconsin National Guard in World War I and there is extensive correspondence with Adjutant General Orlando Holway concerning tactical matters and problems of organization and cooperation with the regular army during and after the war. Several letters from Arthur MacArthur are present as is one letter from Theodore Roosevelt. The memoranda books contain notes on inspection reports of the Wisconsin National Guard made by King, 1905-1921.
King, F. H. (Franklin Hiram), 1848-1911 Title: F. H. King Papers, 1883-1929
Quantity: 0.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss NC
Abstract: Correspondence of Franklin Hiram King, professor of agricultural physics at the University of Wisconsin, 1888-1901, and later chief of the Division of Soil Management of the United States Department of Agriculture. The letters relate chiefly to soil research, King's technical publications, and the extension of agricultural research through federal grants. Among his regular correspondents were Congressman Henry C. Adams; Eugene W. Hilgard of the University of California agriculture department; William D. Hoard; Milton Whitney, chief of the United States Bureau of Soils; and Harvey W. Wiley of the United States Bureau of Chemistry. Letters written by King to his wife during his trip to Asia in 1909 contain data collected for his book Farmers of Forty Centuries. A volume of field notes on soils of the Goldsboro, North Carolina, region is also included.
King, F. H. (Franklin Hiram), 1848-1911 Title: F. H. (Franklin Hiram) King papers
Quantity: 3.66 cubic feet 5 half-letter document boxes, 3 letter document boxes, 1 record carton, 1 oversize box
Call Number: uac23
Abstract: Franklin Hiram King (F.H. King) was an American agricultural scientist who worked as a professor of agricultural physics at the University of Wisconsin - Madison from 1888-1902. He then went on to work as the chief of the Division of Soil Management in the USDA Bureau of Soils in Washington, D.C. where his research findings uncovered that concentration in soil nutrients had a correlation with crop yield - a stance that conflicted with the bureau chief at the time. King was then forced to resign and spent his last years in Wisconsin where he wrote Farmers of Forty Centuries, among other publications. The F.H. King Papers (1870-1914) contain various publications by King including the Investigations in Soil Management (volumes 1-6), Rural Life in the Far East, and Farms of Forty Centuries, in addition to field notes on plant life and animals (specifically on lepidoptera) as well as the investigation of various silo structures.
King, Frank, 1883-1969 Title: Frank King Cartoons, 1922-1955 (bulk 1933-1955)
Quantity: 2000 items (26 flat boxes); plus additions of 0.2 cubic feet (2 oversize folders)
Call Number: PH 1052; M2009-020
Abstract: Original pen drawings by Frank King, an American cartoonist from Wisconsin, for his popular comic strip Gasoline Alley, published by the Chicago Tribune. The bulk of the collection dates from 1933-1955; there are only 6 items total from 1922, 1930, and undated.
King, Mary E., 1940- Title: Mary E. King Papers, 1960-1999 (bulk 1962-1981)
Quantity: 2.0 cubic feet, 3 tape recordings, and 8 photographs
Call Number: M82-445; M90-039; Audio 1224A
Abstract: Papers of Mary E. King, civil rights activist (1962-1965) and deputy director of ACTION (1977-1981), containing correspondence, press releases, reports, speeches, clippings, and memoranda. The civil rights papers cover her time in SNCC including WATS reports, position papers, information on Freedom Schools, SNCC staff biographies, and a few photographs while in Mississippi. Speeches, written by King, are from Jimmy Carter's presidential campaign and from her time at ACTION. Also includes recordings of a few speeches; and a transcript of an interview of King (1999).
King, Rufus, 1814-1876;
King, Charles, 1844-1933;
King, Rufus, III
Title: Rufus and Charles King Family Papers, 1833-1903
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 595
Abstract: Correspondence and military and financial records of soldier, editor, and diplomat Rufus King; correspondence, diaries, newspaper clippings, and other items of his son, Charles, a soldier and novelist; school examinations and telegrams of his grandson, Rufus King III; and miscellaneous items relating to an 1841 European voyage of Captain and Mrs. York, the parents of Charles King's wife.
Kingdon, Robert W., 1903-1981;
Kingdon, Catherine M., 1906-1995
Title: Robert W. and Catherine Kingdon Papers, 1908, 1929-1987
Quantity: 15.8 c.f. (39 archives boxes and 1 card file box); plus additions of 69 photographs and 2 transparencies
Call Number: Stevens Point Mss BS; M2003-092
Abstract: Papers, 1908-1987, of a Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin Congregational minister, Robert W. Kingdon, and his wife, Catherine M. Kingdon. The papers reflect the Kingdons' long service to the Congregational Church and the United Church of Christ (UCC) in Wisconsin.
Kings Way Schools/Community Christian School Title: Kings Way Schools/Community Christian School, 1978-1989
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 26
Abstract: Records of Kings Way Schools/Community Christian School, a non-denominational, not-for-profit institution that began in 1979 and closed in 1989. The school philosophy was to provide a quality education for families that were a part of the Christian community in the Racine, Wisconsin, area.
Kingston Trio Title: Kingston Trio Records, 1956-1986
Quantity: 3.4 cubic ft. (6 boxes including 1 audio cassette; 1 audio reel; 2 videocassettes) 2 film reels 2 digital files (4.54 GB)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 16
Abstract: This collection consists of materials related to the Kingston Trio and founding member and group leader Dave Guard. It documents the history of one of the most popular and influential music groups in American history. Beginning in the spring of 1957, the Kingston Trio launched a career into popular music that would top the charts for over the next several years with dozens of top selling records and number one hits. This collection documents the rise and continued success of the Kingston Trio with news articles, promotional materials, photographs, ephemera, and a series of interview transcripts with group members and associates.
Kinney, Jay P., 1875-1975 Title: Jay P. Kinney Papers, 1836-1941
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 360
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1910-1933, of Jay Kinney, a director of forestry for the United States Indian Service, entirely relating to his management of tribal forest lands in Wisconsin. Included are correspondence, memoranda, reports, statistics, and notes pertaining to repeated charges of mismanagement by the Menominee Indian Mills at Neopit, Wisconsin, as well as smaller files concerning timber management on lands designated as swamplands by the State of Wisconsin on the Bad River, Lac de Flambeau, and Lac Courte Oreille reservations.
Kinoy, Arthur, 1920-2003 Title: Arthur Kinoy Papers, circa 1930-2003
Quantity: 84.0 cubic feet, 95 photographs, 4 negatives, 2 videorecordings, and 38 tape recordings
Call Number: M96-226; M2006-041; M2007-010; Audio 1925A; VHB 337-VHB 338; M2010-031
Abstract: Papers of Arthur Kinoy, a prominent civil rights lawyer, a founder of the Center for Constitutional Rights (founded 1966), and a longtime member of the National Lawyers Guild. During the 1950s and 1960s, Kinoy worked on behalf of the civil rights movement in the American South. In 1964, he joined the faculty at Rutgers University Law School, where he taught until his retirement in 1991. During his career, Kinoy was also involved in some of the country's most celebrated cases, representing witnesses called before the House Un-American Activities Committee, the eight anti-war activists charged with conspiring to incite riots at the 1968 Democratic Convention in Chicago known as the Chicago Seven, and Julius and Ethel Rosenberg during their appeal of the death penalty. The collection documents Kinoy's interests and career as an attorney for the United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America; later as partner in the firms Donner, Kinoy & Perlin; and Kunstler, Kunstler & Kinoy; and finally as a law professor at Rutgers University.
Kinoy, Ernest Title: Ernest Kinoy Papers, 1948-1987
Quantity: 32.2 c.f. (81 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 88AN
Abstract: Papers of Ernest Kinoy, a journalist and writer for radio, television, and theater. The majority of the collection consists of scripts for radio and television. Although most radio files contain only one version of a script, the television materials include progressive drafts, together with correspondence and contracts. Among the best represented radio series are Best Plays, Doctor Six-Gun, Five Star Matinee, Hollywood Love Story, The Marriage, My Secret Story, NBC Theater, NBC University Theater, Nick Carter, Woman in Love, and X Minus One. The television files include good coverage of Kinoy's work for Big Story (NBC), The Defenders (CBS), Goodyear/Philco TV Playhouse, Dr. Kildare (NBC), Naked City (ABC), The Marriage, Our American Heritage (NBC), Roots and Roots: The Next Generations (ABC), Studio One (CBS); the made-for-TV movies Boston, Chaplin, Lincoln, Magnificat, Murrow, and Skokie; and many other series and dramatic anthologies. Also present are general correspondence, stage and screen plays, and material on Kinoy's involvement in the Writers Guild of America.
Kipp, W.H. (William Henry), 1868-1929, collector Title: W.H. Kipp Collected Photographs, circa 1870-1909
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: PH 3097
Abstract: Photographs, primarily of Mexico, circa 1896-1909, collected by William H. Kipp, including commercial photographs made by Cox and Carmichael, J. Granat, C.B. Waite, and others; images of bullfighting, Corpus Christi processions; as well as amateur photographs likely made by William H. Kipp, a Wisconsin businessman with interests in Mexico. Also included are photographs of Belize; San Antonio, Texas; and Kipp family photographs, circa 1897-1905, including some made in Mexico.
Kirby, Michael G., 1952- Title: Michael Kirby Papers, 1975-1982
Quantity: 3.8 c.f. (10 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 216
Abstract: Papers of Michael G. Kirby, a Democratic legislator who represented the 13th Assembly District (northwest Milwaukee) from 1975 to 1982. The files consist of constituent correspondence, subject files, and files on special committees on school bus laws, the special needs of the deaf, and Public Service Commission rate cases.
Kirchstein, Jim Title: Jim Kirchstein Papers, 1970-2001
Quantity: 0.9 c.f. (2 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder), 1 videorecording, 3 DVDs, and 22 photographs
Call Number: M2004-149
Abstract: Papers, 1970-2001, documenting the August Derleth Society, 1981-2001, and Kirchstein's own historical research of the Sauk-Prairie, Wisconsin, area. Kirchstein was heavily involved in the August Derleth Society as an active board member and served in various offices, including that of president.
Kirkland, Wallace Title: Wallace Kirkland Papers and Photographs, 1908-1977
Quantity: 5.2 cubic feet (11 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 14,991 photographs, 32,129 negatives, 2,323 transparencies, 21 drawings, 2 pieces of ephemera, 1.0 cubic foot of uncounted photographs and negatives (all in 95 boxes), and films
Call Number: MCHC78-136; PH 6053
Abstract: Papers and photographs of Wallace Kirkland (1891-1979) who became well-known as a Life magazine photographer. The collection includes correspondence, publications to which he contributed, personal writings, financial information, memorabilia, and prints, negatives, and other visual formats mainly documenting his personal work and family. Some photographs are from his early work as director of the Men's and Boys' Club at Hull House in Chicago in the 1920s, a trip to India for a Life story in 1940, and his personal work in photographing nudes. They also include images of artist Robert Rauschenberg working. Some images were made in Wisconsin, especially in Milwaukee and Door County.
Kirsch, William, 1889-1956 Title: William Kirsch Papers, 1921-1954
Quantity: 3.7 c.f. (9 archives boxes, 1 volume)
Call Number: Wis Mss VN
Abstract: Papers of William Kirsch, a statistician, agricultural economist, and pioneer in the cooperative movement in Wisconsin. Included is personal and business correspondence, notes, articles, background information, and clippings. The bulk of the collection concerns Wisconsin agriculture, particularly marketing practices, the cooperative movement, and investigations of monopolistic practices in the dairy industry, particulary in the cheese industry. Correspondence includes letters from Senator Robert M. La Follette, Jr., and Congressman Merlin Hull on government hearings and actions affecting Wisconsin agriculture.
Kiser, Joseph Cline, 1818-1895 Title: Joseph Cline Kiser Papers, 1840-1902
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box and 3 volumes) and 13 paintings (3 flat boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss PK; PH 1276 (3)
Abstract: Papers of Joseph Cline Kiser, an Oregon, Wisconsin, farmer and general merchant, consisting of account books, 1853-1857, and inventories from his stores in West Liberty, Ohio, and Oregon; and letters from his agents in Osceola, Iowa, concerning his real estate holdings. Pertaining to Kiser's trip to California during the gold rush are a diary of the overland journey, letters written to his family, and a register of the hotel operated by Kiser at Stockton, California. Transcriptions of eight of the letters, 1850-1851, and of diary entries from April 29-September 20, 1850, prepared by Richard L. Rieck, are in Box 1. Also included are the constitution and by-laws of the Oregon Rangers, a property-protection society; a manuscript article on cattle breeding; and genealogical notes on the Bonsack family. There are also watercolor paintings by his wife, Elizabeth Bonsack Kiser, and probably other family members, circa 1850.
Kissel Kar Company Title: Kissel Kar Company Records, 1905-1935 , 1961
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss BQ
Abstract: Correspondence and business records (1905-1935) of the Hartford, Wisconsin company, the company's various branch agencies, and the Kissel family. Included are loan applications, financial papers, and correspondence relating to patents. Also present is a manuscript copy of a company history written by E. E. Hustings published in Antique Automobile magazine in 1961.
Kissinger, Anna Higgins Title: Anna Higgins Kissinger Papers, 1910-1943
Quantity: 0.4 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 24
Abstract: Papers of Anna Higgins Kissinger. Collection contains scrapbooks of playbills, clippings, and ephemera from Milwaukee and Chicago theaters.
Kitchell, Edward, 1829-1869 Title: Edward Kitchell Diary Transcripts, 1852-1864
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 485
Abstract: Diaries, 1852-1853, of Edward Kitchell concerning his journey from Illinois across the Great Plains in a wagon train, his gold prospecting on Rabbit Creek, California, and his school teaching and hog driving in Oregon. Included are descriptions of terrain and scenery, Pawnees and other Indians encountered, Mormons and their settlements in Utah, and comments on food, water, livestock, prices, and diseases. Also present are diaries, 1862-1864, of Kitchell's Civil War service as a Lieutenant Colonel in the 98th Illinois Infantry, mainly in Tennessee, and obituaries for Mrs. John W. Kitchell and Mrs. William R. Kitchell.
Kitzman, Harvey, 1906-1977 Title: Harvey Kitzman Papers, 1938-1972
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box), 4 reels of microfilm (35mm), 16 tape recordings, and 86 photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 725; Micro 1110; Tape 1050A; PH 4045
Abstract: Papers of Harvey Kitzman, a national officer of the United Auto Workers and leader in the Wisconsin Democratic Party, primarily consisting of microfilmed scrapbooks, recorded political and labor speeches (mainly 1966-1972), photographs, and memorabilia documenting his labor and political activities and various UAW local strikes at the J.I. Case Company in Racine and the Kohler Company. In addition to Kitzman's speeches the collection includes recordings of Hubert Humphrey, Gaylord Nelson, Walter Reuther, and Leonard Woodcock. Unfilmed additional photographs relate to several UAW strikes and miscellaneous material concerns Democratic politics and other activities.
Kiwanis Club (Eau Claire, Wis.) Title: Register of the Kiwanis Club Records, 1919-1983
Quantity: 4.2 c.f. (11 archives boxes), 99 photographs (in 1 archives box and 1 flat box), 74 negatives, and 1 film
Call Number: Eau Claire Mss CA; PH Eau Claire Mss CA; PH Eau Claire Mss CA (5); AD 042
Abstract: Administrative records, photographs, and a film of the Eau Claire, Wis. chapter of Kiwanis International, a voluntary service organization. The collection includes weekly program announcements, which were printed on members' business letterhead, minutes of Board of Directors meetings, correspondence, member information, and papers generated by the new member approval process. Kiwanis youth-oriented and social activities are documented by photographs, programs, committee papers, and a short 16 mm. black and white film about the 1967 Pancake Day fundraiser. There is also material from the Wisconsin-Upper Michigan Kiwanis District, to which the Eau Claire club belongs, including the 1937-38 Manual for District Officers.
Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison (Wis.) Title: Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison Records, 1917-2008
Quantity: 3.8 c.f. (2 record center cartons, 3 archives boxes, and 1 flat box), 240 photographs, 165 negatives, 37 slides, 1 videorecording, and 5 compact discs
Call Number: M2010-078
Abstract: Records of the Kiwanis Club of Downtown Madison, 1917-2008; predominantly administrative files, documenting committee work, membership information, and history of the club; and activity files, documenting programs and other work the club did within the community, as well as various club anniversaries. Also included are newsletters documenting the club's activities primarily in the 1960s and 1970s (the newsletter later became The K-Municator), photographs depicting activities from the club's early years through the 2000s, one anniversary video and five compact discs, and a scrapbook documenting the (now defunct) Kiwanis Club of Westfield.
Kiwanis Club of La Crosse (Wis.). Title: Kiwanis Club of La Crosse (Wisconsin) Records
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 197
Abstract: The Kiwanis Club of La Crosse (Wisconsin) records include correspondence, membership rosters, newsletter questionnaires, financial information, and other assorted materials. The Kiwanis Club is a service organization, with efforts focusing primarily on youth.

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