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Scanlan, Peter L., 1862-1956 Title: Peter L. Scanlan Papers, 1884-1954
Quantity: 4.4 c.f. (11 archives boxes)
Call Number: Platteville Mss D
Abstract: Papers of Scanlan, a medical doctor and local historian of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Included are some personal papers and extensive research correspondence, copies of documents, and notes on the history of Prairie du Chien and of Crawford County. Information is present on the biography of Nicolas Boilvin; the history of Bridgeport, Cassville, Milwaukee, and Irish Ridge (Grant County); Fort Crawford; World War II in Crawford County; area churches; the genealogies of area families including the Boilvin, Brisbois, Campbell, Cardinal, and Giard families; and the genealogies of Robert Dickson, Solomon Juneau, and (Jean) Joseph Rolette. Personal papers include World War I correspondence received from his family while Scanlan served in the medical corps in World War I; school class notes; his brother Charles' diary; and brief papers of his daughter Marian who taught high school English at several Wisconsin schools, wrote magazine articles and other materials, and assisted her father in his research.
Schachter, Leon B., 1909- Title: United Food and Commercial Workers Union Retired Leaders Oral History Project: Leon B. Schachter Interview, 1980
Quantity: 5 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 880A
Abstract: Oral history interview with Leon Schachter about his experiences as a long-time (1948-1980) vice-president of the Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butcher Workmen of North America and the United Food and Commercial Workers. He was particularly active in Meatcutter merger attempts. Interviewed by James Cavanaugh of the Historical Society staff, this interview is part of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union Retired Leaders Oral History Project.
Schackelman, Joseph Title: Joseph Schackelman: The Kenosha Labor Collection, 1905-1979
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes), 220 photographs, and 4 negatives
Call Number: Parkside Mss 83; PH Parkside Mss 83
Abstract: Portions of The Kenosha Labor files collected by Joseph Schackelman, a later publisher and general manager of this Kenosha, Wis. weekly newspaper dedicated to the interests of workers in city and farm. Includes newsclippings, photographs, correspondence, notes, articles of organization, constitution and by-laws, union agreements and contracts, election materials, strike materials, programs, and directories of the newspaper, its printer, the Union Cooperative Publishing Company, and various Kenosha unions and labor councils including United Automobile Workers Local 72 of the Nash Motor Company (Nash-Kelvinator Corp.), United Steelworkers Local 9322 (previously Brass and Copper Workers Federal Labor Union Local 19322) of the Anaconda American Brass Company (formerly American Brass Company), Kenosha Union Legislative Council, Kenosha Trades and Labor Council, and Kenosha AFL-CIO Council. Also contains newsclippings and articles relating to additional Kenosha labor unions, U.S. labor history, and AFL-CIO merger.
Schadeberg, Henry C., 1913- Title: Henry C. Schadeberg Papers,1961-1970
Quantity: 31.8 c.f.(83 archives boxes)
Call Number: Parkside Mss 64
Abstract: Papers of a former Republican congressman (1961-1964 and 1967-1970) and Congregational minister from Burlington, Wisconsin. The papers consist of correspondence, memoranda, reports, clippings, press releases, newsletters, speeches, bills, and clippings concerning legislative initatives and issues with which Schadeberg was prominently involved such as pornography, lakeshore erosion and pollution, support of U.S. involvement in Vietnam, and governmental fiscal restraint. Project files document his work in behalf of the development of Bong Air Force Base, the retention of the Racine Coast Guard Station, Wisconsin mink ranchers, and other district concerns. The papers are limited on Schadeberg's first two terms in Congress and, except for scattered references, do not document his career as a minister or his election campaigns. Access to information in the collection is facilitated by internal name and subject indexes.
Schaefer, Emil, 1892-1973 Title: Emil Schaefer Papers, 1927-1974
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 688
Abstract: Papers of Emil Schaefer, a former farm worker, teacher, and school principal who was active in Swiss-American groups in Wisconsin. The collection mainly concerns Schaefer's long involvement with the Swiss American Historical Society, and documents the activities of the Society during the Second World War and post-war years. Schaefer's correspondence files mainly concern official matters of the Swiss American Historical Society, and his personal friendships with many of the members. There is correspondence with Alfred Senn, Heinz K. Meier, and J. P. Von Grueningen, all officers of the Society; Lukas Burckhardt, the Swiss ambassador to the United States; and the Swiss Embassy and the Swiss Consulate in Chicago. A part of the correspondence is in German. Records of the Swiss American Historical Society consist of constitutions; lists of officers and members; annual reports of officers; announcements of meetings, projects, and publications; clippings; and a typescript history of the Society. There are also a few bulletins and other materials collected by Schaefer from Swiss government agencies.
Schaefer, George J., 1888-1981 United Artists Corporation Title: George J. Schaefer Correspondence: United Artists Corporation Records, Series 10B, 1933-1938
Quantity: 2.2 cubic feet (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 99AN/10B
Abstract: Correspondence, from 1933-1938, of George Schaefer, the bulk concerning domestic sales distribution. Topics include advertising, distributors and exhibitors organizations, legal matters, and information on general business and the response to films particularly in American and Canadian cities. Included is correspondence with independent producers such as Charlie Chaplin, Walt Disney, Douglas Fairbanks Sr., Sam Goldwyn, Mary Pickford, Edward Small and Walter Wanger; contracts and statistics; and some miscellaneous personal correspondence and employment applications from friends.
Schafer, Joseph, 1867-1941 Title: Joseph C. Schafer Papers, 1862-1941
Quantity: 3.8 c.f. (8 archives boxes and 3 card boxes), 2 films, and 1 videorecording
Call Number: Mss 746; GA 094; GA 095; VBA 890
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1920-1941, of Joseph C. Schafer, a historian and superintendent of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Correspondence, which is both personal and professional in character, includes letters to his wife (1891-1894) and exchanges with publishers, members of the Conference of Historical Societies and the Agricultural History Society, prominent historians such as Solon J. Buck, Avery Craven, Bernard deVoto, William Dunning, Max Farrand, Waldo G. Leland, Frederick Merk, Frederic L. Paxson, and Frederick J. Turner, and former colleagues on the University of Oregon faculty. Also included are working papers for the “Wisconsin Domesday” project; writings and addresses on a variety of historical subjects; an incomplete autobiography and other personal and family material; and research notes primarily concerning agricultural and Civil War history.
Schaleben, Arville, 1907-1999 Title: Arville Schaleben Papers, 1929-1996
Quantity: 14.9 cubic feet, 660 photographs, 435 negatives, 208 transparencies, 46 tape recordings, and 19 disc recordings
Call Number: M2005-096; Audio 1944A; M2010-082
Abstract: Papers documenting the career of Arville Schaleben, who worked for The Milwaukee Journal from 1935 to 1972 as reporter, managing editor, and vice-president at the time of his retirement. In 1935 Schaleben accompanied Wisconsin and Minnesota citizens colonizing federal lands in Alaska's Matanuska Valley, a New Deal relief project. The resulting series of articles cemented his reputation as a journalist. Schaleben was the author of Your Future in Journalism (1961); his special interests included journalism education, news research, and the newspaper's role in a democracy.
Schallert, Sterling W. Title: Sterling W. Schallert Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.6 linear ft. (2 archives boxes and 4 oversized folders) of papers, 0.8 linear ft. (1 archives box, 2 flat boxes, and 3 oversized folders) of photographs, 0.1 linear ft. (1 master tape, 1 master disc, 1 user disc) of sound recordings.
Call Number: WVM Mss 104
Abstract: The papers and photographs of Sterling W. Schallert, a Navy officer who served aboard Landing Ship-Tank (LST) 465 in the Pacific during World War II. Collection contains materials from his wartime service as well as his research and writings regarding the history and role of LSTs in the U.S. Navy. Included are numerous leaflets of Japanese propaganda, aimed at Australian soldiers, that are colorful and sometimes sexually explicit in trying to convince their targets that the Americans were betraying them. Schallert's handwritten notes from Midshipman school provide insight into wartime training in the Navy while collected poems and songs reveal ways in which soldiers and sailors found humor in their service. Numerous articles, by Schallert and others, provide insight into the history of several LSTs, including 465, as well as amphibious assaults in which LSTs were used like Leyte Gulf. A list of LSTs built in Wisconsin provides a local connection. The wartime reminiscences of fellow LST crewman Alvin Steinbach are in the collection, along with papers relating to the Philippine War service of Schallert's uncle Frank Schallert and also George Van Norman. Photographs include two scrapbooks with pictures of Schallert in uniform, the launching of LST 465, and LSTs in action during the war. A large photograph shows Moro Bay, California where Schallert served at the end of the war. Candid photographs from Frank Schallert show Philippine natives and U.S. soldiers while those from Van Norman include the Company F, 18th U.S. Infantry baseball team and a military funeral. Also included is an audio recording of Schallert discussing his time spent on shore patrol duty in San Francisco and how much he enjoyed being a supply officer on an LST during the war.
Schardt, Arlie Title: Arlie Schardt Papers, 1963-2007 (bulk 1963-1970)
Quantity: 2.0 cubic feet (2 records center cartons), 0.2 cubic feet of photographs (1 archives box), and 1 videorecording
Call Number: M2017-035
Abstract: Papers of Arlie Schardt, journalist and public interest activist, consisting principally of his notes and original news stories while working for TIME magazine during the 1960s. Schardt covered the civil rights movement including the work done by Martin Luther King Jr. and Stokely Carmichael. His collection also includes several notebooks relating to the Civil Rights Movement as well as material pertaining to the 1987 symposium, Covering the South: A National Symposium on the Media and the Civil Rights Movement, and material from the PBS series, Eyes on the Prize, which chronicles the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
Schary, Dore, 1905-1980 Title: Dore Schary Papers, circa 1920-1980
Quantity: 74.2 cubic feet (203 archives boxes, 1 records center carton, and 1 flat box), 37 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 25 tape recordings, 237 disc recordings, 117 reels of film, 1 videorecording, and photographs; plus additions of 0.8 cubic feet
Call Number: U.S. Mss 37AN; Micro 1062; Micro 2001; Audio 330A; Audio 920A; Audio 1010A; Audio 1228A; Audio 1750A; Disc 49A; Disc 158A; AC 140; AC 197-AC 218; AC 231; AC 259-AC 260; AC 404; CA 775; CC 956; DD 307-DD 309; DD 324-DD 325; DD 329-DD 330; DD 355-DD 359; DD 604; DG 194; DG 205-DG 206; FE 408-FE 410; FF 050-FF 055; GA 070-GA 072; GA 113-GA 116; GA 184-GA 193; GA 835; GA 839; HA 768-HA 773; HA 783-HA 786; HA 851-HA 861; HA 867-HA 869; HA 883-HA 887; HA 894-HA 903; HA 912-HA 916; VBA 249; M96-022
Abstract: Papers of Dore Schary, a playwright, motion picture executive, and activist in Jewish and liberal political causes documenting both his personal and professional life. Includes general correspondence; microfilmed scrapbooks; scripts and production material for plays and motion pictures; records pertaining to MGM; non-dramatic writings, speeches (many in recorded form), and an autobiography and a family memoir; home movies and photographs; correspondence, reports, lists, financial records, and speeches from his tenure as national chairman of the Anti-Defamation League and subject files on other organizations with which he was involved such as the American Civil Liberties Union, the American Jewish Committee, and the Democratic Party; and personal and biographical information. Documentation in the production files varies but may include correspondence, notes, variant drafts of scripts, clippings, financial records, publicity, stills, designs, and casting information. Records of Schary's years as executive producer, studio head, and vice-president at MGM include reports of executive meetings, correspondence and memoranda, and scattered financial reports. Also present are papers pertaining to the career of Schary's wife Miriam, painter M. Svet.
Schaufenbil, Francis, 1915?- Title: Textile Workers Union of America Oral History Project: Francis Schaufenbil Interview, 1978
Quantity: 2 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 726A
Abstract: One of a series of tape-recorded oral interviews conducted with union leaders by James A. Cavanaugh of the Historical Society staff, documenting the origins, growth, and decline of the TWUA, internal disputes, relations with other unions, and organizing drives. The interviews document textile unionism prior to the formation of the TWUA, as well as discussing major strikes and gains made through collective bargaining. Specific references are made to organizing activities in Illinois, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Wisconsin. The Francis Schaufenbil interview is part of the Textile Workers Union of America Oral History Project.
Schein, John E., 1872-1955 Title: John E. Schein Papers, 1905-1949
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Wis Mss 50PB
Abstract: Professional records of an Oshkosh physician and surgeon who also operated a small hospital from 1918 to 1921. Hospital records include accounts of purchases, wages paid to employees, charges made to patients, and some case histories, including prescriptions which show the type of medicine ordered for specific cases. Office records include accounts, 1920-1949; vital statistics, which are duplicates of the doctor's records on births, deaths, and the use of opium; prescription records, 1929-1931; accident records, 1929-1949; and records concerning insurance cases. The collection also contains brief genealogical information on the Schein and Streich families.
Scheinfeld, Amram, 1897-1979 Title: Amram Scheinfeld Papers, 1898-1961
Quantity: 4.2 cubic ft. (6 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 390
Abstract: Amram Scheinfeld moved with his family to Milwaukee, Wis. in 1901; he lived there until 1923. He worked in Milwaukee, Baltimore, and New York as a journalist, illustrator, cartoonist, novelist, and author.
Scher, Aaron, 1903- Title: Oral History Interview with Aaron Scher, 1977 May 27
Quantity: 2 tape recordings (65 min.)
Call Number: Tape 653A
Abstract: Tape-recorded interview conducted May 27, 1977, by Peter Gordy and Jean Loeb Lettofsky, members of the Historical Society staff, with Aaron Scher for the Wisconsin Jewish Archives; concerning his youth in Kobrin, Russia, the effects of World War I, experiences after the Bolshevik Revolution, his immigration to Argentina and life there, coming to New York in 1923 and employment there in different mercantile positions, and his 1928 move to Madison, Wisconsin.
Scherbert, Annette E.;
Milwaukee (Wis.). Common Council.
Title: Annette E. Scherbert Aldermanic Records, 1981-2002
Quantity: 1.3 cubic ft. (3 boxes)
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 78
Abstract: Records of Common Council Alderwoman Annette E. Scherbert who served Milwaukee's 11th District from 1984-2001. Collection contains correspondence, reports, subject files, clippings, and publications.
Schesch, Adam Title: Adam Schesch Papers, 1965-1974
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes) and 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Mss 534; Tape 823A
Abstract: Papers of Schesch, a Madison anti-war activist, containing correspondence, reports, minutes, writings, and printed matter pertaining to a variety of organizations with which he was prominently involved. Among these are the Madison Committee to End the War in Vietnam, the National Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam, the Student Peace Center, the University of Wisconsin Committee to End the War in Vietnam, and the Vietnam Civic Action Research and Education Project. The tapes are an oral history interview concerning his experiences with the above organizations and a 1973 press conference concerning experiences during the September, 1973 coup in Chile.
Schickel, Richard, 1933-2017 Title: Richard Schickel Papers, 1953-2006
Quantity: 2.0 cubic feet (5 archives boxes); plus additions of 9.2 cubic feet, 28 photographs, 30 tape recordings, 8 compact discs, 75 videorecordings, and 6 DVDs
Call Number: U.S. Mss 97AF; M86-401; Audio 1706A; VBB 489; VBB 490; M2013-205
Abstract: Papers, 1953-2006, of Richard Schickel, an editor, film critic, and free-lance writer. The collection consists of scripts and drafts of writings; interviews and research for books, television and film including video, audio recordings and photographs; correspondence; and printed copies of books, articles, and reviews. Drafts of books include Lena (1965), The Opulent Era (1968), and The Disney Version (1968). Documentation for the last title is unusually complete and includes correspondence, research material on various Disney operations, and interviews with Walt Disney and members of his staff. Correspondence contains a few personal items and letters of reaction to his reviews and articles; among the prominent correspondents are Leonard Bernstein, Richard Burton, Alexander Calder, James T. Farrell, Fred W. Friendly, Jerry Lewis, Karl A. Menninger, Leontyne Price, Robert Redford, Peter Sellers, and Kurt Vonnegut. The balance of the collection is made up of research, interviews, and promotional material.
Schiesser, Linda;
Schiesser, Elda
Title: Elda and Linda Schiesser Scrapbooks, 1928-1973
Extent: 1.8 c.f. (1 record center carton and 3 archives boxes) and 383 photographs (1 archives box and 1 oversize folder)
Call Number: M2006-066
Abstract: Scrapbooks of Elda (Strahm) Schiesser and her daughter Linda Schiesser documenting the projects they completed as members of the Green County 4-H. Elda Schiesser's scrapbooks, 1928-1936, document her projects in sewing, canning, baking, interior decorating, gardening, and photography. Linda Schiesser's scrapbooks document her projects between 1957 and 1964, including food and nutrition, clothing, photography, home furnishing, junior leadership, and house plants; and her attendance at the National 4-H Club Congress in 1964 in Chicago as a nominee for the National Home Economics award. Additionally, there is a scrapbook detailing Linda’s activities as a member of the Order of the Rainbow for Girls-Mount Horeb Assembly (1957-1972).
Schilling, Robert, 1843-1922 Title: Robert Schilling Papers, 1852-1922
Quantity: 0.4 cubic feet (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 109A
Abstract: Papers of Robert Schilling, a Wisconsin Greenback and Populist leader, newspaperman, and one-time president of the Coopers' International Union of the Knights of Labor. The papers reflect Schilling's general political concerns, interest in spiritualism, support of bimetallism, and opposition to prohibition and to American support of England in World War I. Included is a diary, 1863-1865, correspondence, articles and speeches, an autograph book from a Greenback meeting held in 1881, and two volumes containing names of workers for the Populist Party in Wisconsin, 1892, and other states, 1896. Prominent political correspondents include Victor L. Berger, J.H. Davis, Burton French, John W. Hayes, J.A.H. Hopkins, Henry Smith, and Edward Voigt.
Schirm, Ernest, 1886-1969 Title: Ernest Schirm Papers, 1918-1969
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 92
Abstract: Correspondence and diaries of Ernest Schirm, an articulate carpenter from Milwaukee, Wisconsin which focus primarily on his concerns relating to World War I veterans affairs, the Great Depression, the Civilian Conservation Corps, the Status of Forces Agreement, United States foreign policy, government spending, communism, civil rights, the Black revolution, and art. The collection includes a lively correspondence, 1941-1969, with his elected representatives and local press; at least one diary for each decade between 1919 and 1969, containing annotated clippings, photographs, circulars, correspondence, and mementos; art notebooks and papers from Schirm's classes at Marquette University; and genealogy notes.
Schirmer, Daniel B. Title: Daniel B. Schirmer Papers, 1947-1995
Quantity: 26.6 c.f. (26 record center cartons and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: M94-316
Abstract: Papers of Daniel Boone Schirmer, a founding member of Friends of the Filipino People (FFP), relating to his work with the organization. Founded in 1973, this group of U.S. citizens worked to influence public opinion and to sway the U.S. government to withdraw support for the Marcos regime. Major topics represented in the collection include U.S. military bases in the Philippines, the Philippine anti-nuclear movement, and human rights.
Schisgal, Murray, 1926- Title: Murray Schisgal Papers, 1964-1968
Quantity: 1.6 c.f (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 163AN
Abstract: Papers of playwright Murray Schisgal, consisting entirely of drafts of the play Jimmy Shine (1968). Later versions of the script bear rehearsal, actors', and director's notes.
Schleiter, Merlinda Title: Merlinda Schleiter Papers
Quantity: 0.02 cubic feet (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 196
Abstract: The Merlinda Schleiter papers include materials relating to the World War I homefront (as experienced in La Crosse, Wisconsin), and to Schleiter's work with food conservation and liberty bonds. A fabric armband with the words "Council of Defense" and a Victory Liberty Loan medal are included, as are some materials from the La Crosse Community Council (latter materials date from the 1920s).
Schlesinger, George Title: George Schlesinger Colonial Currency and Autograph Collection, 1762-1864
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes, 2 oversize folders, and 1 volume)
Call Number: M2004-126
Abstract: Currency, autographs, and other documents collected by George Schlesinger, including Colonial currency and early United States currency dating between the 1770s and 1780s from the colonies of Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Pennsylvania. The autographs are principally from former presidents and other political figures. One item of note is a certificate appointing Ebenezer Tucker as Revenue Inspector that is signed by both George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Other signatures in the collection include Abraham Lincoln, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Andrew Johnson, and Thomas Edison.
Schlieman, Donna Title: Donna Schlieman Papers, 1914–2014
Quantity: 2.0 cubic ft. (7 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 99
Abstract: Donna Schlieman (1937-2013) was a nurse and passionate activist for historic preservation and park conservation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Schlitz Audubon Center (Milwaukee, Wis.) Title: Schlitz Audubon Center Records, 1942-1985
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (5 archives boxes), 1 reel of microfilm (16mm), and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 119; Milwaukee Micro 59; Micro 1147
Abstract: Records, mainly 1971-1972, of a nature education center owned by the National Audubon Society in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and of the local citizens group, Citizens for the Nine Mile Farm Nature Center, which worked to establish the center in 1972. Included is extensive correspondence between members of the citizens group, the National Audubon Society, and members of the Uihlein family, which owned the property, and their lawyers; legal documents; notes; minutes; microfilmed newspaper clippings and scrapbooks; and planning documents. More recent material consists of brochures, schedules, and advertising; an incomplete run of the Center's newsletter; and correspondence of Winifred Woodmansee and her files on the Education Committee of the Friends of the Schlitz Audubon Center.
Schmedeman, Albert G. (Albert George), 1864-1946 Title: Albert G. Schmedeman Papers, 1907-1934
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot (3 archives boxes), 0.2 cubic feet (1 folder and 1 oversize folder) of ephemera, and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm)
Call Number: Wis Mss SD; Micro 1039; PH 1444
Abstract: Papers of Albert G. Schmedeman, a Democratic governor of Wisconsin, 1933-1934, consisting of personal and official correspondence relating to state affairs and politics, gubernatorial speeches, and microfilmed biographical clipping scrapbooks. The collection includes a few exchanges with Leo Crowley, Joseph E. Davies, F. Ryan Duffy, Daniel Hoan, and Franklin D. Roosevelt. The collection also contains some records relating to Schmedeman's diplomatic service in Norway, including a speech accepting the Nobel Peace Prize for President Woodrow Wilson in 1919.
Schmitt, Aroline, 1904-1995 Title: Aroline Schmitt Papers, 1939-1971
Quantity: 2.2 cubic feet (6 archives boxes); plus additions of 1.8 cubic feet (1 records center carton and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss BX; M85-156; M86-191; M87-226
Abstract: Papers of Aroline Schmitt concerning her activities in various Wisconsin conservation organizations. The records are fragmentary and include correspondence, reports, minutes, writings, and reference materials concerning groups, government agencies, and issues in which she was interested. During the 1950s, she was particularly involved with the movement to preserve the Flambeau wilderness area of Wisconsin (now Flambeau River State Forest), and in conserving the forests belonging to the Menominee Indians. The collection includes correspondence with conservation leaders Aldo Leopold and Gifford Pinchot, Ernest Swift of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, and Louis Radke of the Wisconsin Conservation League; and correspondence and newsletters of "Forests," a short-lived national organization headed by Schmitt and Charles H. Stoddard.
Schmitt, John W. Title: Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project: John W. Schmitt Interview, 1981
Quantity: 3 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 897A
Abstract: Oral history interview conducted April 22, 1981, by James A. Cavanaugh of the Wisconsin Historical staff with John W. Schmitt at Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Schmitt was a CIO brewery workers activist from 1946, and president of the Wisconsin State AFL-CIO, 1966-. This interview is part of the Wisconsin Labor Oral History Project.
Schneeberger, Joan Title: Joan Schneeberger Papers, 1957-2008
Quantity: 5.2 c.f.
Call Number: M2005-053; M2009-033
Abstract: Papers of Joan Schneeberger, consisting of Schneeberger's journals and her e-mail correspondence (primarily with Bonnie Hill), which she later kept in lieu of journals, discussing her daily life and events in and around Blue Mounds, Wisconsin.
Schneider Boat Company.;
Schneider, Oscar D.
Title: Schneider Boat Company Drawings, 1941
Quantity: 0.9 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 358
Abstract: Collection of drawings from the Schneider Boat Co., a Milwaukee based company that built small pleasure boats.
Schneider, Alan, 1917-1984 Title: Alan Schneider Papers, 1929-1980
Quantity: 82.0 cubic feet (109 archives boxes, 38 records center cartons, 1 volume, 1 package) and 17 tape recordings
Call Number: U.S. Mss 57AN; Audio 448A; Audio 916A
Abstract: Papers of Alan Schneider, a theatrical director who has been associated with the work of Edward Albee, Robert Anderson, Samuel Beckett, Harold Pinter, Thornton Wilder, Tennessee Williams, and other prominent modern playwrights. The bulk of the collection consists of papers relating to plays which Schneider directed or considered for direction, from director's scripts, production notes, correspondence, and contracts to playbills and clippings. Represented are productions on Broadway, off-Broadway, on television, and by various regional and student theatrical groups. Also relating to professional activities are subject files on international travel as a theater student, his association with numerous professional organizations, and his consultation for the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the Theatre Communications Group. On tape is a 1966 interview which expresses views on the American stage. A group of writings include published articles and essays, radio scripts written for the Office of War Information and other federal agencies during World War II, and unpublished writings and plays. Among the noteworthy correspondents are Richard Aldrich, Robert C. Gard, Julie Harris, Garson Kanin, Walter F. Kerr, Harold B. McCarty, Joseph Papp, Gregory Peck, and David Susskind.
Schneider, Barnet David, 1894- Title: Oral History Interview with Barnet David Schneider, 1977 February 17
Quantity: 1 tape recording (58 minutes)
Call Number: Superior Tape 3; Tape 659A
Abstract: Tape-recorded interview conducted February 17, 1977, by Laurie J. Tarlowe with Barnet Schneider, concerning his youth in New York City and Superior, Wisconsin, his work and military experiences, and the Jewish community in Superior.
Schneider, Marlin D., 1942- Title: Marlin D. Schneider Papers, 1971-2007
Quantity: 22.0 c.f. (22 record center cartons) and 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm); plus additions of 32.0 c.f. and 2 photographs
Call Number: Stevens Point Mss AK; Stevens Point Micro 21; Micro 981
Abstract: Legislative papers of Marlin Schneider, a Democratic assemblyman from Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin. Included are correspondence; memoranda and reports from constituents, colleagues, and state agencies on topics before the legislature such as abortion, collective bargaining for public employees, health care planning, insurance, taxation, and vocational education; files on the Joint Audit Committee, the State Building Commission, the Legislative Council's Mining Committee, and the Education Committee's Subcommittee on Truancy; files on the suit to which Schneider was a defendant which upheld the secrecy of party caucus meetings; speeches, press releases, and newsletters; files on constituent problems; and microfilmed biographical clippings. Correspondents include David Obey, Martin J. Schreiber, and various members of the leadership of the Democratic Caucus.
Schneider, Milton E., 1910- Title: Milton E. Schneider Papers, 1950-1963
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 825
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1952-1956, of Milton E. Schneider, a Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin businessman who was active in the state Democratic Party during the period when the party was revitalized into a viable, liberal political organization. Among the issues and elections documented are the 1952 Senate primary contest between Thomas Fairchild and Henry S. Reuss; the 1956 gubernatorial campaign of William Proxmire for which Schneider was an important manager; and the 1955 party leadership campaign in which Schneider was an unsuccessful candidate for vice-chair. Other leaders documented in the papers are James E. Doyle, Betty Graichen, and Philleo Nash.
Schneider, Rose Alice Vogel, 1897- Title: Oral History Interview with Rose Alice Vogel Schneider, 1977 February 19
Quantity: 1 tape recording (41 min.)
Call Number: Superior Tape 4; Tape 644A
Abstract: Tape-recorded interview conducted February 19, 1977, by Laurie J. Tarlowe with Rose Schneider, concerning her family's 1900 emigration from Lithuania to Superior, Wisconsin, the Jewish community in Superior, her family's emphasis on education, and her experiences with anti-Semitism as a rural teacher.
Schneider, Stephen B. Title: Oral History Interview with Stephen B. Schneider, 1977 July 11
Quantity: 1 tape recording (27 min.)
Call Number: Tape 641A
Abstract: Tape-recorded oral history interview by Erika Thickman of the Historical Society staff with Stephen B. Schneider about the initial organization of the Wisconsin Public Interest Research Group (WISPIRG) and its efforts to establish a funding mechanism. Schneider was a University of Wisconsin law school graduate who served as secretary to the WISPIRG board of directors and advised them on legal matters.
Schneider, Wendy Coney Island Studios Title: Coney Island Studios recordings
Quantity: 129 disc recordings
Call Number: MML026
Abstract: Commercial releases of music recorded at Coney Island Studios, Madison, Wis. between 1993 and 2008.
Schneiders, Hugo O., 1892-1974 Title: Hugo O. Schneiders Photographs, circa 1910-circa 1970
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (164 photographs, 199 transparencies, and 798 negatives in 3 archives boxes)
Call Number: M2002-143
Abstract: Photographs created by Hugo Schneiders, a dentist, nature conservationist, and sportsman from Wausau, Wisconsin. The majority of the photographs reflect his interest in nature conservation, especially fisheries and deer management, and include many images of deer hunting and fishing in northern Wisconsin in the early 1900s through 1970. Also included are images of social activities taken during his years attending dental school at Marquette University, Milwaukee, Wisconsin (circa 1914), and his dental practice in Marathon, Wisconsin (circa 1915-1929), and in Wausau, Wisconsin (circa 1930-1970).
Schneiders, Lolita, 1931- Title: Lolita Schneiders Papers,1989-1995
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Milwaukee Mss 157
Abstract: Papers of a Republican representative of Wisconsin's 24th Assembly District (Menomonee Falls area, 1980-1997) concerning her leadership and involvement in the development and passage of Wisconsin's Sexual Predator Law (Chapter 980) in 1994. Included is collected background and research information; correspondence; a file reflecting Attorney General James Doyle's involvement in developing the legislation; testimony given by Schneiders in support of the bill; newsclippings; information about the Sex Offender Treatment Program at Oshkosh Correctional Institution; a file concerning legal challenges to the law's constitutionality; and information about the Sex Offender Community Notification Program. Ms. Schneiders' files concerning the State Capitol and Executive Residence Board, of which she was a member since 1983 and the chairperson from 1987 to 1997, and her files on the Governor's Task Force on Comparable Worth have been transferred to the State Archives.
Schoenbrun, David, 1915-1988 Title: David Schoenbrun Papers, 1943-1980 (bulk 1962-1980)
Quantity: 4.0 cubic feet (8 archives boxes and 1 records center carton), 2 tape recordings, 6 disc recordings, 254 photographs, 232 negatives, 1 oversize folder of photographs, and 1 film
Call Number: U.S. Mss 118AF; Audio 329A; Disc 121A; PH U.S. Mss 118AF; DD 121
Abstract: Papers of David Schoenbrun, a CBS foreign correspondent, news broadcaster, and author, primarily pertaining to his later career when he was world affairs correspondent for Metromedia and a free-lance journalist. Business correspondence, which comprises much of the collection, consists of letters to and from several notable individuals and exchanges with publishers about free-lance work. From his 1967 tour of Southeast Asia there are reports and briefings on meetings with foreign officials and U.S. military officers and photographs of street life and destruction in Hanoi and elsewhere in North Vietnam caused by American bombing. The remainder of the collection consists of personal correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, scripts for David Schoenbrun Reporting, and research files that include photocopied documents about the French underground during World War II. Also included is a recorded conversation with Dwight D. Eisenhower about Charles de Gaulle also concerning the French underground; North Vietnamese patriotic music; and the film David Schoenbrun on Vietnam: How Did We Get In? How Can We Get Out?
Schoenleber, Otto J., 1858-1927;
Schoenleber, Louise A.
Title: Otto J. and Louise A. Schoenleber Papers, 1884–1967
Quantity: 1.0 cubic ft. (4 boxes)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 320
Abstract: This collection is the personal papers of Milwaukee natives father and daughter, Otto J. and Louise A. Schoenleber.
Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality Title: Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality Records, 1944-1983
Quantity: 35.6 c.f. (24 record center cartons, 30 archives boxes), 60 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 7 tape recordings; plus additions of 0.7 c.f.
Call Number: Mss 546; Audio 956A; Micro 2119; Micro 2120; Micro 2121; M87-106; M2012-086
Abstract: Records of the Scholarship, Education and Defense Fund for Racial Equality (SEDFRE), a fund-raising and legal defense arm of the Congress of Racial Equality, also involved in providing scholarships to minority students, organizing black communities, and training black leaders. Throughout its history, SEDFRE evolved from a predominantly fund-raising organization to an activist group dedicated to social change through grass-roots organizing and leadership development. Most of the records in the collection date from the period of SEDFRE's greatest activity during the mid-1960s, and consist of Administrative Files, which are the records of the executive director; Leadership Development Files; and Legal Department Files, collected and created by Carl Rachlin. Of the three, the files of the Legal Department are the largest and most comprehensive.
School District No. 1. Town of Clover (Bayfield County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 1. Town of Clover (Bayfield County, Wis.): Herbster State Graded School Records, 1923-1960
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Bayfield Series 14
Abstract: Correspondence and miscellaneous records, mainly 1924-1942, of George Mathews and Anthony Janoch, clerks of the Herbster School, a school in Herbster, Wisconsin, built in 1924 and in existence through 1958. The Herbster School offered high school instruction which was unusual at the time for a small district. The correspondence highlights all areas of administrative concern including exchanges with the Department of Public Instruction, the Bayfield County Superintendent of Schools, Superior State Teachers College, and Beatrice MacLean, director of the school board. Also included are files on curriculum, transportation, construction, tuition, and emergency financial assistance during the Depression, as well as files on the hiring and discipline of teachers. A file of wartime sugar rationing records that itemize the height, weight, and age for every resident of the community is also included. Few records typical of most Wisconsin school collections, such as attendance records, are included.
School District No. 1 (West Bend, Wis.) Title: School District No. 1 (West Bend, Wis.): Records, 1868-1966
Quantity: 5 c.f. (5 record center cartons)
Call Number: Washington Series 11
Abstract: Records of the School District and other districts which merged with it. Most of the records date from ca. 1900 to 1960. The majority of the records are general record books, which contain minutes of the annual school board meetings, financial statements, and teacher contracts. For School District No. 1 (West Bend) there are also minutes of the annual alumni association meetings, disbound minutes of the school board, treasurer's books and several volumes recording school bond sales, and two histories of education in West Bend. There are also treasurer's records for several of the other school districts.
School District No. 1, Town of Allouez (Brown County, Wis.) School District No. 2, Town of De Pere (Brown County, Wis.) School District No. 1, Town of Bellevue (Brown County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 1, Town of Allouez, Brown County, Wisconsin, Records, 1850-1944
Quantity: 0.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Brown Series 180
Abstract: School board minute book contains proceedings of the school board and school district meetings and financial statements. The district record book contains meeting minutes, financial reports, and correspondence. The treasurer's books contain credits and disbursements. School registers list visitors to the school, the students, their ages and attendance.
School District No. 1, Town of Roosevelt (Burnett County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 1, Town of Roosevelt (Burnett County, Wis.): Records, 1896-1955
Quantity: 0.6 c.f (1 flat box and 1 archives box)
Call Number: Burnett Series 41
Abstract: District records consisting of minutes of board and annual meetings (1942-1955); pupil registers (1896-1955); and annual reports and contracts, school census (1943-1955); and correspondence relative to redistricting in 1955. District 1 in early years was known as Timberland School and then as Roosevelt Consolidated School. Also included is a history of the May School area (Joint District No. 2, Towns of LaFollette and Siren) by Roy Kneath, ca. 1948; and a history of the Wood Lake State Graded School area Joint District No. 4, Towns of Wood River and Daniels), 1947.
School District No. 10, Town of Addison (Washington County, Wis.). Clerk Title: School District No. 10, Town of Addison (Washington County, Wis.). Clerk: Allentown School Records, 1887-1957
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Washington Series 12
Abstract: Miscellaneous records of the district. Included is an account book (1887-1918) of receipts and disbursements. An annual census and reports for 1918 and 1930-1933 give a breakdown of school enrollment by grades and provide the names of parents and their children of school-going age. An attendance register (1909-1915) illustrates the daily program study and recitation and also provides a record of attendance. A public hearing report on the proposed Slinger Union High School District (1957) is a verbatim transcript of the proceedings of the meeting. Record books (1887-1903) provide minutes of the school district meetings, teachers' contracts, and treasurer's bonds. There are also two scrapbooks put together by schoolchildren in Vasto, Italy in 1926 which were sent to the schoolchildren in the school district.
School District No. 10, Town of River Falls (Pierce County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 10, Town of River Falls (Pierce County, Wis.): Jerusalem Corners School Records, 1866-1932
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (1 flat box and 1 archives box)
Call Number: Pierce Series 160
Abstract: District records consisting of clerk's record books (1866-1932) containing meeting minutes, financial records, annual reports, and school census; treasurer's book (1867-1931); and a folder of miscellaneous records including annual reports (1915-1922). Also included are pupil registers (1890-1932) containing teacher and pupil names, attendance, grades, work accomplished, daily program, record of visitors, and various reports.
School District No. 11, Town of Clayton (Winnebago County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 11, Town of Clayton (Winnebago County, Wis.): Clayton Center School Records, 1857-1956; 1992
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes including 26 volumes and 2 folders)
Call Number: Winnebago Series 15
Abstract: [1] School District Records (1866-1952) containing proceedings of the board, orders drawn on the treasurer, treasurer's bonds, financial statements, school censuses, and teacher's contracts; [2] Clerk's Papers (1857-1929) including reports of proceedings of the school board, teacher's contracts, and annual reports; [3] Treasurer's Books (1868-1955) giving detailed accounting of receipts and expenditures, plus yearly reports for the Clayton Center School; [4] School Registers (1867-1956) showing dates, teachers, pupils (name and age), attendance records, scholastic records, school programs, and visitors' record; and [5] 135th Reunion booklet containing a brief history, photograph, and information about former teachers and pupils.
School District No. 2, Town of Clifton (Grant County, Wis.). Clerk Title: School District No. 2, Town of Clifton (Grant County, Wis.). Clerk.: Records, 1879-1956
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box including 8 volumes)
Call Number: Grant Series 84
Abstract: Records of Rock School, 1903-1956, and minutes of the annual school meetings of District #2, 1879-1944. Rock School records consist of Annual Reports to the State of Wisconsin, 1933, 1938-1947; fragmentary school censuses, primarily from the 1930's; and school registers, spanning 1903-1956, but with significant gaps. The Annual Reports provide enrollment data and often include information on school activities, the school library, teacher experience, and handicapped students. The school census give parents names, addresses, names and ages of children enrolled in the school and the type of school (public or parochial) previously attended. In general, the school registers provide an attendance record, grades, comments detailing work accomplished during the year, the daily program, a record of visitors and sometimes a list of books read by each student. The volume of minutes includes the minutes of all the annual school meetings from 1879 through 1944 and includes treasurer's reports and other financial information.
School District No. 3, Town of Kossuth (Manitowoc County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 3, Town of Kossuth (Manitowoc County, Wis.): Palm Grove School Registers, 1887-1889 , 1892-1906 , 1910-1913
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (8 volumes in 1 archives box)
Call Number: Manitowoc Series 10
Abstract: Teachers' school registers listing teacher, date of term, school visitors, daily program (1887-1894), and each pupil's name, age, and attendance record.
School District No. 4, Town of Franklin (Kewaunee County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 4, Town of Franklin, Kewaunee County, Wisconsin, Bolt School Records, 1870-1949
Quantity: 1.5 cubic feet (2 archives boxes and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Kewaunee Series 89
Abstract: Primarily school district record books and teachers' registers. District record books, 1888-1891, contain proceedings of annual, regular, and special school district meetings, financial information, teacher contracts, and annual district census. The Library circulation record lists the name of the borrower, date of loan and return but does not list the title of the book withdrawn. Pupils' standing ledger contains monthly reports on students' attendance and scores in the various subjects. School registers, 1884-1949, contain each student's name, age, attendance record, record of visitors and notes about the curriculum. Volumes for 1884-1887 and 1888-1890 include a section showing each student's progress in the various textbooks and teacher's remarks. Volumes for 1896-1916 also give grades, and volumes for 1926-1949 include annual reports.
School District No. 4, Town of New Hope (Portage County, Wis.);
Rhinehardt School (Portage County, Wis.)
Title: School District No. 4, Town of New Hope (Portage County, Wis.): Rhinehardt School Records, 1857-1948
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (2 archives boxes containing 16 volumes, and 3 oversize volumes)
Call Number: Portage Series 25
Abstract: [1] Clerk's Record (1857-1934) which dates from the district's creation and contains minutes of district meetings, registers of school officials, treasurer's records, teacher's contracts, teacher's annual reports, and names of textbooks; [2] School Registers (1867-1948) showing pupil's names, ages, and attendance records, and after 1900 also containing daily school program, record of visitors, honor roll, and pupil's academic grades; [3] Annual School District Reports containing district financial statements and statistics on attendance, school property, curriculum, and facilities; [4] Annual teacher's reports (1914-1931) containing attendance and school library statistics; and [5] Textbook record, (1908-1931). Note: In the 1945 school register the name is shown as the Oak Grove School.
School District No. 4, Town of Oregon (Dane County, Wis.). Clerk Title: School District No. 4, Town of Oregon (Dane County, Wis.). Clerk: Locust Grove School Records, 1894-1947
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot (1 archives box and 1 flat box)
Call Number: Dane Series 236
Abstract: Clerk's district record book (1895-1948); teacher's school registers (1899-1934); and annual reports, census, contracts, and correspondence (1905-1947).
School District No. 4, Town of Pleasant Springs (Dane County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 4, Town of Pleasant Springs (Dane County, Wis.): Magelson School Records, 1849-1952
Quantity: 0.8 c.f (12 volumes and 2 folders in one half archives box and one flat box)
Call Number: Dane Series 317
Abstract: School district record volumes consisting of annual meeting minutes and financial reports (1849-1897), treasurers' books (1857-1952), pupil registers (1872-1875, 1900-1944), and a 100th anniversary reunion book (1949) containing a history, list of teachers, and reunion attendees. Other records in folders include: 1) tax rolls (1849, 1852), contracts to build school house (1849, 1870), clerks' and treasurers' reports, memoranda concerning school district boundary changes, and an 1850 appeal to the State Superintendent by many Norwegian residents to settle a disagreement with the Americans about building the school house; 2) pupil registers (1853-1854), teacher contracts (1850-1861), and treasurers' bonds (1849-1869).
School District No. 5, Town of Beetown (Grant County, Wis.). Clerk Title: School District No. 5, Town of Beetown (Grant County, Wis.). Clerk: Pleasant Ridge School Records, 1873-1921
Quantity: 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Grant Series 62
Abstract: School district annual meeting minutes (1873-1907) and school registers (1873-1921). Registers generally show name and age of students, daily attendance, list of visitors to school, list of textbooks used, and summary attendance statistics.
School District No.2, Town of Somers (Kenosha County, Wis.) Title: School District No. 2, Town of Somers (Kenosha County, Wis.): Hillcrest School Records, 1867-1965
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (1 archives box and 2 flat boxes)
Call Number: Kenosha Series 105
Abstract: District records consisting of clerk's books (1891-1901 and 1951-1964) containing district meeting minutes, financial records, board meeting minutes, and payroll records. The 1891-1901 volume also includes school census reports (1891-1895) and the 1951-1964 volume includes a record of bonds issued for a new building and additions. Also included are pupil registers (1867-1959) and minutes of the Literary Society (1929-1940), a student organization that performed programs of readings and musical numbers and assigned classroom tasks.
Schorger, A. W. (Arlie William), 1884-1972 Title: Arlie William Schorger Papers, 1912-1971
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 388
Abstract: Papers of A. W. Schorger, an ornithologist, mammalogist, research chemist, and University of Wisconsin professor of wildlife ecology. Included are five volumes of field notes recording sixty years of observations of birds and other wildlife, especially in southern Wisconsin. Also included are correspondence, primarily from Francis Zirrer, a northwestern Wisconsin naturalist; and clippings relating to wildlife and the work of other naturalists.
Schramm, Daniel F.;
Milwaukee (Wis.). Common Council.
Title: Daniel F. Schramm Aldermanic Records, 1976-1999
Quantity: 0.7 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: City of Milwaukee Archival Collection 63
Abstract: Records of Common Council Alderman Daniel F. Schramm who served Milwaukee's 5th District from 1992-2000. Collection contains correspondence, reports, subject files, clippings, photographs and publications.
Schroeder, Anna, 1884-1977 Title: Anna Schroeder Papers, 1926-2017
Quantity: 1.2 cubic feet (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: UWGB Mss 11
Abstract: This collection contains diaries of Anna Carolina (Elkert) Schroeder (1884-1977). Diary entries cover numerous topics concerning domestic issues, family relationships, rural life, politics, and national events from 1941-1977. Additional documents include genealogical information and family photographs.
Schroeder, Theodore, 1864-1953 Title: Theodore Schroeder Papers, 1844-1911
Quantity: 4.6 cubic feet (2 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 7 volumes), 8 reels of microfilm (35mm), and 0.1 cubic feet of photographs (1 oversize folder); plus additions of 0.2 cuibc feet of photographs (1 archives box)
Call Number: Mss 78; Micro 459; Micro 963; PH 3430; M94-090
Abstract: Papers of Theodore Albert Schroeder, the lawyer, writer, and collector of documents concerning Mormonism, whose papers reflect his deep concern for the separation between church and state. Included are personal papers and records of Schroeder's Utah law practice, 1855-1901; and a portion of his collections on Mormonism, 1841-1900. The collections on Mormonism include correspondence, the bulk of which consists of the Cobb family papers, 1841-1897, primarily concerning the liaison of Augusta Adams Cobb and Brigham Young; the Major General's Record Book, concerning Nauvoo Legion military organization and preparedness in the Great Salt Lake District, 1852-1866; George F. Gibbs' letterbook, relating to missionary activity in England by Young's secretary, 1871-1873; the Patriarchal Blessings Book, 1845-1846; notes and writings; a directory of polygamists; handwritten copies and clippings concerning Brigham Young's will, 1877-1879; and clippings, printed circulars, leaflets, notices, and petitions relating to polygamy and Utah politics.
Schroeter, John P. (John Paul), 1869- ;
Retlaw, Van Dyke;
Zeidler, Frank P., 1912-2006
Title: John P. Schroeter Manuscript, undated
Quantity: 0.2 cubic ft. (1 box)
Call Number: Local History Manuscript Collection 55
Abstract: John P. Schroeter was a Milwaukee professor, engineer and author.
Schuchardt, John, 1939- Title: John Schuchardt Papers, 1874-1945, 1978-1997
Quantity: 3.0 c.f. (8 archives boxes) and 1 poster; plus additions of 0.9 c.f.
Call Number: Mss 853; PH Mss 853; M2001-061; M2007-094
Abstract: Papers of John Schuchardt, a radical anti-nuclear/peace activist, primarily documenting his involvement in the Plowshares movement and other peace actions and groups between the early 1980s and late 1990s. The collection contains information on the various activities and multiple protest actions held by Plowshares and its members and the subsequent court proceedings; the peace movement; Plowshares’ founders, the Berrigans; Schuchardt’s association with S. Brian Willson and the Vietnam War veterans' peace movement; and several actions in Nicaragua and Latin America. There are also some family papers belonging to Rudolf and William Schuchardt (1874-1945).
Schultz, John A., 1897-1956 Title: John A. Schultz Papers, 1919-1956
Quantity: 0.1 c.f. (2 folders)
Call Number: Milwaukee SC 83
Abstract: Photocopied news clippings, in Polish and English, dating from the 1940s, that illustrate important events in Schultz's career as a Milwaukee alderman, campaign handbills, several photographs, and other items. Schultz was elected to the Milwaukee Common Council in 1932, and was active in the Polish American Bowling Association and the Polish Century Club.
Schultz, Sigrid, 1893-1980 Title: Sigrid Schultz Papers, 1835-1980
Quantity: 17.4 cubic feet (51 archives boxes and 2 flat boxes), 1 reel of microfilm (35 mm), 1 tape recording, 814 photographs, 30 postcards, 1 photostat, and 13 color plates; plus additions of 1909 photographs, 92 negatives, and 1 reel of film (16 mm)
Call Number: Mss 677; PH 3750-PH 3754; PH 3813-PH 3815; Audio 1009A; Micro 777; AE 878; M91-057
Abstract: Papers documenting the personal and business life of Sigrid Schultz, an American-born foreign correspondent for the Chicago Tribune who served as bureau chief in Berlin from 1926 to 1941, and was an author, radio broadcaster, and lecturer. Included also are materials generated by her parents, Hermann and Hedwig Schultz, and by her maternal forebears, the Jaskewitz family. Extensive correspondence includes family exchanges; letters from colleagues and friends such as Hans von Kaltenborn, Louis Lochner, William Shirer, and Wallace Deuel; and business letters to and from the Tribune's controversial owner, Col. Robert McCormick, and colleagues such as Floyd Gibbons, Richard Henry Little, J. Loy Maloney, Joseph Pierson, George Seldes, and George Scharschug. Other professional records document Schultz's involvement with the Overseas Press Club. The Jaskewitz family materials include correspondence and papers about their theatrical and musical work in Germany. Photographs include images of the Schultz family and friends, circa 1890-1976.
Schulz, Gary (Gerhard R.) Title: Gary Schulz Photographs, circa 1945-1985
Quantity: 676 photographs, 284 negatives, 239 transparencies, 1.0 cubic foot of ephemera, and 14 films
Call Number: M96-021; M96-250
Abstract: Photographs and films made by Gary Schulz, a photographer for the University of Wisconsin News Service and the Photo Media Center at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, from 1945 to 1985. The majority depict buildings, activities, and events at the University of Wisconsin. Images include meetings of the Board of Regents, athletic events, commencement exercises, and student demonstrations. Other subjects include student housing immediately after World War II, the bombing of Sterling Hall, the school band and University Singers, the Rose Bowl game in 1963, and campus Red Cross blood drives. There are also images of individuals, including Presidents Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, and John F. Kennedy and notables such as Frank Lloyd Wright and Bob Hope. Also included are plaques and publications.
Schumacher, Claude, 1903-1980 Title: Claude Schumacher Photographs, 1947
Quantity: .2 cubic ft. (1 box) 12 safety film negatives
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 184
Abstract: A collection of photographs (both negatives and prints) taken by Claude Schumacher on Milwaukee's east side after the cleanup from the record-setting late January 1947 snowstorm had begun. Many of the images were made around the 2600 block of Downer Avenue, in the vicinity where Schumacher operated Claude's Bike Shop. Other images were shot outside Schumacher's residence, located in the 2000 block of Menlo Boulevard.
Schumann, Gertrude F., 1907-1989 Title: Gertrude F. Schumann Diaries, 1923-1989
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes) and 1 photograph
Call Number: Whitewater Mss CI; PH Whitewater Mss CI
Abstract: Diaries of a resident of Watertown, Wisconsin, resident, and one photograph of Mrs. Schumann in her wedding dress.
Schumann, Ida, 1860-1949 Title: Ida Schumann Scrapbook
Quantity: 1.0 cubic foot
Call Number: MISC MSS 216
Abstract: Scrapbook compiled by Ida Schumann of La Crosse, Wisconsin. Materials date from 1890 through 1937 and primarily include newspaper clippings and programs from the musical recitals of Schumann and her students. Schumann was a musician and piano teacher; she lived from 1860 until 1949.
Schurz, Carl, 1829-1906
[Digitized content]
Title: Carl Schurz Papers, 1841-1906
Quantity: 3.0 cubic feet (4 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 6 volumes), 2 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 1 photograph
Call Number: Wis Mss GN; Micro 339; Micro 1064; PH 3-7461
Abstract: Papers about the Wisconsin connections of Carl Schurz, a German “Forty-Eighter” who settled in Watertown, Wisconsin in 1855, and on his national career as a liberal Republican political leader and journalist.
Schwan, LeRoy B. (LeRoy Bernard) Title: LeRoy B. Schwan Linoleum Block Prints, 1969-1978
Quantity: 29 prints
Call Number: PH 6211
Abstract: Linoleum block prints made by LeRoy B. Schwan between 1969 and 1978, depicting scenes and people from Schwan's family and youth in northeastern Wisconsin. The prints show family members, other individuals, churches, school buildings, railroad depots, and other scenes, primarily in Polk County with a few in Pierce County and St. Croix County.
Schwantz, Frances Goetsch, 1877-1968 Title: Frances Goetsch Schwantz Papers and Photographs, 1856-1980 (bulk 1894-1968)
Quantity: 1.9 c.f. (6 archives boxes and 1 oversize folder), 395 photographs and 8 negatives (in 4 archives boxes and 1 flat box), and 1.0 c.f. of scrapbooks (in 2 flat boxes)
Call Number: Mss 1033; PH 6514
Abstract: Papers, 1856-1980, of Frances Loraine Goetsch Schwantz, documenting the Goetsch family's emigration from Germany to the area around Watertown, Wisconsin in 1845, Schwantz's education and work as a schoolteacher, her work for the State Board of Control under Mrs. Elizabeth Kading from 1923 to 1924, and the genealogy of her extended family. Included are correspondence, scrapbooks, memorabilia, account books, notebooks, clippings, photographs, and negatives, with the bulk of the items from 1894 to 1968. Some of the materials were used for the 1982 “Six Generations Here” exhibit organized by the State Historical Society of Wisconsin concerning the Krueger family, to which the Goetsch family is related.
Schwartz, Al, 1910-1988 Title: Al Schwartz Papers, 1975-2005
Quantity: 22.8 cubic feet (57 archives boxes), 4 videorecordings, 4 audio compact discs, 26 photographs, and 13 data diskettes
Call Number: M2007-049; Audio 1504A; VHB 425-VHB 427; VHB 812
Abstract: Papers of film and television producer Al Schwartz, principally documenting his work for Dick Clark Productions, 1977-2005; and a few covering work for Sid and Marty Krofft Television Productions, 1975-1976. Papers include general correspondence, subject files, and project files. Major project files include staff lists, studio memos and correspondence, production schedules, scripts, and clippings of reviews. Many of the projects are annual awards ceremonies, especially television production awards ceremonies; there are also many files for the anthology fiction series Beyond Belief.
Schwartz, Anne, 1954- Title: Anne Schwartz Papers, 1983-1999
Quantity: 2.6 cubic feet (2 records center cartons and 2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 1161
Abstract: Papers, 1983-1999, of Anne Schwartz, organic farmer and activist, documenting her work developing organic standards both nationally and in Washington State, her work with numerous organic and sustainable agriculture organizations including the Organic Farmers’ Associations Council (OFAC), Organic Foods Production Association of North America (OFPANA), Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (SAWG), the Washington Toxics Coalition (WTC), and the Washington Organic Certification Advisory Committee, as well as her work on environmental and livestock issues. Included are administrative records, board meeting minutes and materials, committee files, correspondence, and reports.
Schwartz, Arthur, 1900-1984 Title: Arthur Schwartz Papers, 1930-1961
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 38AN
Abstract: Handwritten scores by Arthur Schwartz, a composer of musical comedies for the stage and the screen, including A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (1951) and By the Beautiful Sea (1954), two works written in collaboration with Dorothy Fields.
Schwartz, Ivan Title: Ivan Schwartz Papers and Still Images,
Quantity: 0.7 linear ft. (1 archives box and 1 oversized flat box) of papers, 0.5 linear ft. (1 archives box and 1 oversized flat box) of photographs, 0.1 linear ft. (1 negative flap) of negatives.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1452
Abstract: Manuscripts, photographs, and scrapbook pages pertaining to the service of Ivan Schwartz, a Reedsburg, Wisconsin resident who served with Company D, 8th Infantry Regiment, 4th Infantry Division during World War II. Schwartz served with the Civilian Conservation Corps prior to being conscripted into service prior to Pearl Harbor. Manuscripts in the collection include military service papers, newspaper clippings, correspondence, and various papers documenting his service in World War II. Correspondence includes letters, V-mail, and postcards sent by Schwartz to his parents while undergoing basic training and in active service in Europe. During his basic training and stateside service, Schwartz discusses drills, learning to use various weapons, undergoing field training, and his various leisure activities. He states in one letter (January 14, 1941) that he was not happy to have been drafted, and frequently mentions throughout other letters that he desired to return home. Correspondence from overseas service reassures his parents that he is alright and that he hoped to be home soon. One letter (January 14, 1944) mentions having several letters returned due to censor violations, and another letter (December 25, 1944) describes his Christmas celebrations. A letter, dated August 6, 1944, is the only letter that describes combat; mentioning being caught in artillery fire and being strafed by German aircraft. Correspondence to Schwartz includes two letters and greeting cards from friends also in the military. Military papers include service records, miscellaneous memos, and information pertaining to his decoration of the Bronze Star. Souvenir materials include information on objects Schwartz acquired while in Europe, a Christmas dinner menu and napkin, and a German propaganda leaflet. Newspaper clippings, a personal bible and hymnal, typed memoirs, and his participation in funding the World War II Memorial in Washington D.C. are also included. The scrapbook pages were from three different scrapbooks that document his service in both the CCC and Army. Scrapbook 1 includes photographs from his work in the CCC and also includes images from his basic training. Schwartz included names and descriptions on the majority of the images. Scrapbook 2 consists primarily of images from his time in Europe. A fellow soldier smuggled in a camera and made duplicate images for Schwartz. Included are unique images of his unit during the Battle of Hurtgen Forest, Christmas celebrations, mortar and machine gun setting up positions, soldiers posing with local residents and children, German prisoners, and various destroyed buildings and tanks. One interesting photograph shows all of the men, including Schwartz, that were the first draftees from Sauk County, Wisconsin in 1941. Scrapbook 3 was put together by his mother, Alice, while he was in the service. It consists primarily of newspaper clippings concerning the war, but also includes some correspondence sent home by Schwartz. Of particular interest is the first V-mail his family received from him after D-day, the piece of paper pulled from a hat that allowed him to travel home on leave in 1945, and the telegram his parents received when he arrived back in the United States. Loose photographs include images of Schwartz in uniform and posing with family members, images sent home to his family, and fellow soldiers. The one photo negative is of an identified loose photograph. After the war, Schwartz settled in Reedsburg, Wisconsin where he worked as a fishing guide and a house painter.
Schwarztrauber, Ernest Edward, 1884-1950 Title: Ernest E. Schwarztrauber Papers, 1894-1953
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (3 archives boxes and 1 flat box) and 41 photographs (1 folder)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 119A; PH 1613
Abstract: Papers of Ernest E. Schwarztrauber, the founder of the Portland Labor College, director of the University of Wisconsin School for Workers, and former professor of economics at Carroll College, primarily relating to workers' education. Included are correspondence, 1908-1953; scrapbooks, discussion reports, announcements, financial records, student lists, and bibliographies pertaining to the programs and institutes of the School for Workers, 1927-1951; lesson outlines for a course offered by the International Ladies Garment Workers' Union educational department in 1923; outlines, contribution records, notes, and programs for the Portland Labor College, 1915-1926; miscellaneous speeches, articles, and reports; personal diaries, 1894-1950; engagement, address, and autograph books; and photographs, including portraits and collected images.
Science for the People (Organization). Madison Collective (Wis.) Title: Science for the People. Madison Collective: Records, 1968-1974
Quantity: 1.0 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 499
Abstract: Records of the Madison Collective of Science for the People, an organization (1969-circa 1974) of science graduate students at the University of Wisconsin-Madison formed to educate the public about the misuse of science by business and government. In the collection are organizational records, correspondence, and printed material, but the records reveal relatively little of the history of the group. Some correspondence concerns related interest groups such as Science for Vietnam, Computer People for Peace, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. The printed material contains information on the Vietnam War, particularly on the destruction caused through science and technology. Also present are the results of the collective's investigation of the Army Mathematics Research Center on the University of Wisconsin campus, including drafts of the book The AMRC Papers, background and source documents, clippings, and AMRC correspondence.
Scott (Brown County, Wis. : Town). Clerk Title: Scott (Brown County, Wis. : Town). Clerk: Town Records, 1844-1949
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (8 volumes in 3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Brown Series 117
Abstract: Record books, pertaining primarily to the Town of Scott (1859-1949), but containing some records from the Town of Green Bay (1844-1858) in volumes 1-2. Records include proceedings of the annual town meetings and meetings of the Board of Supervisors; reports of receipts and disbursements; records of orders issued; records of oaths of office and bonds of officials; and in some instances, registers of chattel mortgages. Matters considered by the Board of Supervisors included petitions to buy out and discontinue roads, applications for liquor licenses, school district broundaries, and the levy of taxes.
Scott (Brown County, Wis. : Town). Clerk Title: Scott (Brown County, Wis. : Town). Clerk: Town Clerk's Papers, 1860-1957
Quantity: 1.4 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Brown Series 116
Abstract: Papers filed with the town clerk including reports from school and road districts, correspondence, records pertaining to town meetings, applications for liquor licenses, welfare relief reports, and a variety of legal documents. There are also burial and marriage records for persons residing in the town of Scott.
Scott, John, 1912-1976 Title: John Scott Papers, 1944-1976
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes); plus additions of 11.4 c.f.
Call Number: U.S. Mss 32AF; MCHC77-103
Abstract: Papers, 1944-1976, of John Scott, a journalist, broadcasting executive, and special assistant to the publishers of Time. Scott also worked as a steel worker in Magnitogorsk during the 1930s. The collection documents Scott's research and writings which include reports for Time and several books. Also included are photographs, correspondence, memos, and subject files.
Scott, Walter Edwin, 1911-1984 Title: Walter E. Scott Papers, 1804-1979
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes), 2 films, photographs, and 1 tape recording
Call Number: Mss 656; AC 236; AC 372; PH 3645; PH 3646; Tape 1137A
Abstract: Papers, mainly 1937-1979, of Walter E. Scott, a Wisconsin conservationist, consisting of personal and subject files. The personal files include biographical material, annual Christmas newsletters, and copies of a few of his writings and speeches. Also included are bird-watching notebooks and correspondence with Margaret Elizabeth Armstrong, a missionary in post-World War II Japan. Subject files, which were collected in connection with numerous conservation activities and for a proposed history of conservation in Wisconsin, include original correspondence of Earl W. May, president of the Wisconsin Duck Hunters Association and copies of papers by Adolph Kanneberg, Aldo Leopold, Ernest Swift, and others. One film includes a presentation made by Scott about development of the Wolf River area.
Scottish Rite (Masonic order). Valley of La Crosse (Wis.). Title: Ancient Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Valley of La Crosse, Wisconsin Spring Reunion Booklet
Quantity: 0.02 cubic foot (1 folder)
Call Number: MISC MSS 261
Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance Title: Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance Staff Articles, 1949-1967
Quantity: 85 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Micro 739
Abstract: Articles and editorials by the staff of the Washington bureau and national editorial policy service of the Scripps-Howard newspapers, together with some internal communications to the editors of the chain's papers.
Scritsmier Club (Menomonie, Wis.) Title: Scritsmier Club Records, 1903-1949
Quantity: 2.8 c.f. (7 archives boxes)
Call Number: Stout Mss 20
Abstract: Records of a fellowship club for boys organized by teacher Kate Scritsmier for the boys of her Sunday school class at the First Congregational Church, Menomonie, Wis. Organized informally in 1904, the Scritsmier Club became more formally constituted in 1913. Members enjoyed informal gatherings and activities such as games, stories, singing, father and son banquets, illustrated lectures, films, scouting, participation in various church activities, and an annual dinner meeting always held on the last Saturday night of the year. The bulk of the collection is incoming correspondence from club members who had left Menomonie. Of particular note are the letters written by those serving overseas during World War I. In addition, the collection includes bulletins (which contain club history, lists of members, etc.); financial materials; letters from Kate Scritsmier while she was away from Menomonie; clippings and articles; membership lists; newsletters; and additional files concerning various club actitivies. There is also one folder about Kate Scritsmier's participation in the suffrage movement.

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