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Slagg, Stanley W. Title: Stanley W. Slagg Papers, 1928-1933
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Whitewater Mss CF
Abstract: Papers of a Wisconsin Assemblyman from Edgerton in Rock County relating to his two terms in office from 1929-1931. Prior to his election to the Assembly, Slagg served as Assistant District Attorney. The papers consist of legislative subject files reflecting the issues with which Slagg was involved and constituent, legal, and personal correspondence.
Slagg, Thomas Title: Thomas Slagg Civil War Diary and Photographs, circa 1864-1865
Quantity: 0.1 cubic feet (1 folder) and 39 photographs (1 box)
Call Number: PH 539; SC 3156
Abstract: Diary of Captain Thomas Slagg, Company H, 3rd Wisconsin Infantry from 1864. The diary covers the 3rd Wisconsin's participation in the Atlanta Campaign from May to October of 1864. Slagg's entries provide brief daily summaries of his activities, including what time he woke up, the weather, how far the company marched and where they camped, any fighting that took place, and how many men were wounded or killed. Carte-de-visite portraits of men in Civil War uniforms, apparently compiled by Thomas Slagg. Most are identified by name and the majority served in the 3rd Wisconsin Infantry, especially in companies H and K.
Slaughter, Gertrude Elizabeth Taylor, 1870-1963 Title: Gertrude Slaughter Papers, 1858-1963
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes) and 1 reel of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Mss 180; Micro 558
Abstract: Papers of Gertrude Slaughter, an author and prominent member of the Madison, Wisconsin and University of Wisconsin communities. The collection includes genealogical materials; writings of her husband, Moses Slaughter, and other family members and friends; papers from Moses Slaughter's 1918-1919 work in Italy for the American Red Cross; correspondence, 1864-1899, among her parents (Joseph and Elizabeth Taylor), family, and friends, and to and from Mrs. Slaughter (1868-1958), including letters to “Nancy” Allinson; and travel notes, including descriptions of climate, scenery, and social life and customs in Europe, the Middle East, and the West Indies. Also includes drafts and notes of her writings, some written in collaboration with Lilliam Dykstra, including reviews of Mrs. Slaughter's work and a draft of her autobiography, Only the Past Is Ours.
Slesinger, Doris Peyser Title: Doris Slesinger Migrant Farmworker interviews
Quantity: 5.25 Linear Feet 4 record storage cartons, 2 letter document boxes, 1 half size letter document box
Call Number: uac83
Abstract: The Doris Slesinger Migrant Farmworker interviews contains the original interview schedules for three rounds of interviews collected by the University of Wisconsin-Madiosn Department of Rural Sociology between 1978 and 1998 on the healthcare needs and access of migrant workers, particularly Spanish speaking, around the state of Wisconsin. The interviews collected demographic data as well as data concerning specific health issues, the availability of doctors, and access to resources like dental care and Spanish speaking health care professionals.
Slichter, Donald Charles, 1900-1978 Title: Donald C. Slichter Papers, 1936-1978
Quantity: 1.2 c.f. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 573
Abstract: Papers of Donald C. Slichter, a prominent Wisconsin business executive and civic leader documenting his later-life professional and civic activities. Slichter was president of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company (NWL), was active in Milwaukee civic and University of Wisconsin alumni affairs, and headed several educational studies. Besides materials such as speeches, awards, and related correspondence documenting Slichter's personal activities, this collection contains a large number of congratulatory letters written to Slichter as president of NWL which throw some light on the company's history and operation; correspondence between Slichter and Karl Paul Link, the Nobel Prize-winning biochemist. and with Warren Knowles, Governor of Wisconsin, 1965-1970; correspondence, reports, and newspaper clippings documenting many of Slichter's University of Wisconsin and civic activities; and a file of correspondence, writings, and clippings by and concerning Slichter's brother Sumner, a Harvard economist.
Sligh, Michael (James Michael), 1950- Title: Michael Sligh Papers, 1972-2019 (bulk 1984-2016)
Quantity: 42.0 cubic feet (41 records center cartons and 3 archives boxes), 0.1 cubic feet of photographs (1 folder), 5 audio recordings (3 cassette tapes and 2 CDs), and 3 videorecordings (DVDs)
Call Number: Mss 1214; PH 7088; Audio 2012A; VDA 436-VDA 438
Abstract: Papers, 1972-2019 (bulk 1984-2016), of Michael Sligh, an organic farmer, program director at the Rural Advancement Foundation International (RAFI-USA), policy analyst, author, and spokesperson for organic and sustainable agriculture. During the course of a 40 plus-year career, Sligh served as founding chair of the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB), was a co-founder of the Southern Sustainable Agriculture Working Group (SSAWG), a founding member of the National Campaign for Sustainable Agriculture (NCSA), the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC), the National Organic Coalition (NOC), the Domestic Fair-Trade Association (DFTA), and the U.S. Organic Farmers Association. Other activities documented include work on organic standards integrity, public plant and animal breeding, biotechnology in agriculture, agricultural research and legislation, and the development of international guidelines for organic production and processing.
Slingland, Frank Title: Frank Slingland Papers, 1958-1984
Quantity: 2.0 c.f. (5 archives boxes and 1 flat box) and 3 films
Call Number: Mss 731; GA 195; AC 461-AC 462
Abstract: Papers of Frank Slingland, a producer and director for NBC News documenting both the technical and creative aspect of news and sports production. Included for such programs as Meet the Press and David Brinkley's Journal are correspondence and interdepartmental memoranda, extensive script files, routines, and shooting schedules; advertising correspondence and copy; promotional scripts for other NBC programs; set designs; technical documents of various kinds, and films.
Sloan, George A., 1893-1955 Title: George A. Sloan Papers, 1917-1955
Quantity: 11.2 cubic feet (27 archives boxes and 1 flat box), 0.1 cubic feet of photographs, and 1 pamphlet (1 oversize folder)
Call Number: Mss 208; PH 4028; PH 4041 (3)
Abstract: Papers of George A. Sloan, a prominent New York City businessman active in the Business Advisory Council of the U.S. Department of Commerce, the Cotton Textile Institute, the U.S. Council of the International Chamber of Commerce, and the Metropolitan Opera Association, as well as national Republican politics, particularly the presidential election of 1952. The papers include correspondence, speeches, newspaper clippings, and articles demonstrating Sloan's interest in managerial, labor, and social problems. The bulk of the collection is comprised of correspondence including exchanges with Dwight D. Eisenhower, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Alfred M. Gruenther, Cordell Hull, Sir Rudolf Bing, Herbert Hoover, H. Wendell Endicott, Billy Rose, Estes Kefauver, John Foster Dulles, Thomas E. Dewey, William O. Douglas, and others. Also present is information on the national textile strike of 1934.
Sloan, Richard, 1935- Title: State Bird Prints, circa 1970
Quantity: 0.6 cubic feet (1 flat box)
Call Number: PH 4827 (5)
Abstract: Color lithographs from paintings made by Richard Sloan of state birds, issued by Griggsville Wild Bird Society, and signed by the governors of the respective states. The state bird series is a subset of Sloan's North American Birds series. Some states have the same state bird, thus only 28 prints.
Sloga Fraternal Life Insurance Society Title: Sloga Fraternal Life Insurance Society Records, 1908-1994, 2008
Quantity: 3.7 cubic ft. (10 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 285
Abstract: Records of Sloga Fraternal Life Insurance Society, a Slovenian American benefit society founded in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in 1908. Sloga merged with the Croatian Fraternal Union of America (CFU) in 1994 and was reorganized as the CFU/Sloga Milwaukee Lodge #1994. The collection includes board minutes, newsletters, program booklets, and some photographic materials.

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