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Suamico (Wis.: Town). Clerk Title: Suamico (Wis.: Town). Clerk: Records, 1882-1972
Quantity: 0.6 c.f. (1 archives box and 3 volumes)
Call Number: Brown Series 166
Abstract: Records of the Board of Supervisors, 1923-1972; clerk, 1882-1971; Board of Health, 1908-1937; and Justice of the Peace, 1897-1917. Includes a General Record Book, anuual reports, civil defense records, election volumes, vital statistics, and court dockets.
Sudut, Jerome A. Title: Jerome A. Sudut Papers and Photographs,
Quantity: 0.5 linear ft. (1 archives box and one oversized flat box) of papers and 0.2 linear ft. (1 archives box) of photographs.
Call Number: WVM Mss 1700
Abstract: Papers and photographs pertaining to the service and award of Jerome A. Sudut, a Wausau, Wisconsin, resident who was killed in action and awarded the Medal of Honor during the Korean War. The collection includes papers and photographs pertaining to his two enlistments in the Army, along with the posthumous awarding of the Medal of Honor for his actions in securing an enemy held hillside near Kumhwa, Korea. Manuscripts pertaining to Sudut's two enlistments in the Army include his discharge certificate from his first enlistment, training and promotion certificates, two military Christmas greetings sent to his parents, and a pencil drawing of Sudut done while he was stationed in Japan. Manuscripts pertaining to his death and awarding of the Medal of Honor feature the original telegrams informing his parents of his death, the transport of his body back to Wausau, and the awarding of the Medal of Honor; the original Medal of Honor citation and certificate signed by President Harry Truman, and information pertaining to the presentation ceremony. The collection also includes newspaper clippings about Sudut's death and Medal of Honor presentation, and personal papers prior to joining the Army. Photographs include images of Sudut in uniform, relaxing, undergoing jump training, and posing with fellow soldiers; various tourist images from Japan and several photographs of civilians; images of military bases; and photographs of fellow soldiers posing individually and in groups. Particularly interesting images include a photograph of Sudut jumping out of an airplane and rolling up his parachute after a jump, several photographs taken while he was serving as a motorcycle escort for President Truman, two copy prints of original images taken just before his death, and a photograph of his father, Joseph Sudut, being presented with his son's Medal of Honor.
Suffridge, James A., 1909- Title: United Food and Commercial Workers Union Retired Leaders Oral History Project: James A. Suffridge Interview, 1980
Quantity: 8 tape recordings
Call Number: Tape 863A
Abstract: Oral history interview with James Suffridge about his experiences as president and/or secretary treasurer, 1944-1968, of the Retail Clerks International Union. 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.
Sullivan, Ed, 1902-1974 Title: Ed Sullivan Papers, 1920-1974
Quantity: 9.0 c.f. (18 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 record center carton), 1 reel of microfilm (35mm), and 146 films
Call Number: U.S. Mss 111AN; Micro 1160
Abstract: Papers of a newspaper columnist and television host-producer. Entertainment files, the largest portion of the collection, include scripts, correspondence, and production information for his work in radio, television, and motion pictures. Radio materials consist of scripts for Ed Sullivan Entertains (CBS), Summer Silver Theatre (CBS), and various other programs and benefits. More substantial television material relates primarily to the long-running Ed Sullivan Show (originally known as Toast of the Town, CBS). This section includes correspondence; scripts; production, sponsorship, and financial information; clippings; ratings; and films. Also here is a script for a Friars Club “roast” of Johnny Carson and a script for the movie Singing Nun (MGM, 1966) in which Sullivan appeared. Writings include miscellaneous newspaper and magazine articles; copies of his “Little Old New York” column, 1941-1974, for the New York Daily News; and an unpublished biography of Lee Shubert. General subject files contain awards, certificates, correspondence, clippings, legal records, microfilmed scrapbooks, and speeches. Among the prominent correspondents are Steve Allen, Rudolf Bing, Bing Crosby, Jimmy Durante, Dwight D. Eisenhower, Duke Ellington, J. Edgar Hoover, Lady Bird Johnson, Edward M. Kennedy, Jacqueline Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Richard M. Nixon, Louis Nizer, Ronald Reagan, Don Rickles, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Richard Rodgers, Robert E. Sherwood, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Frank Stanton, and Adlai Stevenson.
Sullivan, John E. Title: John E. Sullivan Collection, 1897-2003
Quantity: 1 cubic ft. (3 archives boxes)
Call Number: UWP Manuscript Collection 011
Abstract: Materials related to the airports of Racine and Kenosha Counties and air travel in general. Autobiographical information on Mr. Sullivan is also included, as well as biographical materials on over a hundred Wisconsin pilots collected by Mr. Sullivan during his life.
Summers, Dana Title: Dana Summers Editorial Cartoons, 2007
Quantity: 8 cartoons (1 folder)
Call Number: PH 6571
Abstract: Original political cartoons created by Dana Summers for the Orlando Sentinel, representing national and international political issues.
Sumner, John Saxton, 1876-circa 1962 Title: John Saxton Sumner Papers, 1904-1961
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 146
Abstract: Papers of John Saxton Sumner, executive secretary for the New York Society for the Suppression of Vice, renamed in 1946 the Society to Maintain Public Decency; including fragmentary correspondence, monthly summary reports, a diary, writings, memorabilia, an unpublished autobiography, clippings, and other records and reference files. Sumner's efforts were directed primarily against publications and theater performances of obscene and pornographic works. Correspondents include Anthony Comstock and Cleveland F. Pratt of the Society. Though most of Sumner's activity centered on the suppression of underground literature, there are reports about cases against Theodore Dreiser's The Genius, Louis Minsky and his burlesque performances, and Mae West. In Sumner's autobiographical manuscript and in letters to him are detailed descriptions of the influenza epidemic of 1918.
Sumter, Thomas, 1734-1832 Title: Draper Manuscripts: Thomas Sumter Papers, 1763-1885
Quantity: 4.6 cubic feet (24 volumes)
Call Number: Draper Mss VV
Abstract: Papers of and about Thomas Sumter, a South Carolina merchant, military officer, and Congressional representative and senator; about the men who served under his command during the American Revolution; and their British and Loyalist opponents. Most of the volumes contain the notes Draper made on his 1871 trip to the South. The notes document the soldiers, their families, events of the period, anecdotes, and personal reminiscences from descendants. Included are notes, correspondence, newspaper and periodical articles, pension statements, interviews, and plans and negotiations with the Cherokee, Chickasaw, and Choctaw Indians.
Sunburst, Inc. Title: Sunburst, Inc. Records, 1922-2004
Quantity: 3.2 c.f. (8 archives boxes)
Call Number: Mss 1023
Abstract: Records, 1922-2004 (bulk 1990s-early 2000s), of Sunburst, Inc., a non-profit childcare agency affiliated with the United Church of Christ (UCC). It was founded in 1920 as the Winnebago Mission School but by the 1950s was known as the Winnebago Children's Home and in 1973 changed its name to Sunburst, Inc. The agency consisted of three branches: Sunburst Youth Homes (SBYH), Sunburst Family Services (SFS), and the Sunburst Foundation. The records primarily document the administrative actions of the Board of Directors and the interaction between the board and the three subordinate branches from 1990 to 2002, as well as the closure of SBYH in 2001 and the subsequent foreclosure and lawsuit brought against SBYH by the Bank of Withee.
Superior Board of Underwriters (Superior, Wis.) Title: Superior Board of Underwriters Records, 1900-1933
Quantity: 0.8 c.f. (2 archives boxes)
Call Number: Superior Mss D
Abstract: Records of the Board of Underwriters, an organization of Superior area fire and casualty insurance agents established to maintain equitable insurance rates. Included are proceedings, correspondence, financial records, and administrative materials including information on rates and insurance law. Much of the correspondence concerns the activities of Robert B. Nye, and the ouster of Charles A. Erhart in 1918. The Board was originally known as the Superior Fire Underwriters Association.
Superior Chamber of Commerce (Wis.) Title: Superior Chamber of Commerce Records, 1896-1977
Quantity: 6.2 c.f. (13 archives boxes and 1 flat box) and 2 reels of microfilm (35mm); plus additions of 234 photographs and 35 negatives
Call Number: Superior Mss B; Superior Micro 1; Micro 442; M2004-116
Abstract: Minutes, financial records, bulletins, clippings, and other records from the Superior Chamber of Commerce and its predecessor organizations. Dating primarily 1965-1975, the records include files from the athletic committee, the community development/tourism committee, the Retail Division, the programs Project P.R.O.U.D. and Task Force for Jobs, and numerous other committees. Subject files concern topics such as economic statistics, St. Lawrence Seaway development, environmental action programs, and area development. Predecessors were the Superior Association of Commerce founded in 1894, and the original Superior Chamber of Commerce (also known as the East End Chamber of Commerce), which incorporated in 1883 and relinquished its name and certain records to the Association in 1967.
Superior Fire Sufferers' Fund (Superior, Wis.) Title: Superior Fire Sufferers' Fund Records, 1894-1895
Quantity: 0.4 c.f. (1 archives box)
Call Number: Superior Mss C
Abstract: Papers of the fund, a citizen's relief committee organized to aid victims of 1894 forest fires in northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. Included are proceedings, correspondence, financial records, statements by investigators of individual losses and injuries, and clippings.
Superior Rotary Club (Superior, Wis.) Title: Superior Rotary Club Records, 1912-1987
Quantity: 2.4 c.f. (6 archives boxes)
Call Number: Superior Mss AG
Abstract: Records of the Superior Rotary Club, Wisconsin's first Rotary organization, illustrating the activities of local businessmen in Superior promoting ethical practices in business, increased civic development, and improved public welfare. The records consist of the club's constitution and bylaws, membership rosters, meeting minutes, and newsletters. The records also document the group's community activities and their involvement in issues of local, national and international importance. The club's correspondence and committee reports illustrate the promotion of local agriculture and support of work programs for boys, the Boy Scouts, and student exchange programs among other projects.
Superior (Wis.). Clerk Title: Superior (Wis.). Clerk: City Council Minutes, 1887-1983
Quantity: 22 reels of microfilm (35mm)
Call Number: Douglas Series 115
Abstract: Summary record of the proceedings of the City Council.
Superior (Wis.). Clerk Title: Superior (Wis.). Clerk: Register of Mortgages, 1888-1897
Quantity: 1.6 c.f. (24 volumes in 4 archives boxes)
Call Number: Douglas Series 103
Abstract: Register showing the names of the parties to the mortgage contract; the number of the mortgage certificate; and the date of the mortgage, its acknowledgement, and its filing with the Clerk. Recorded sometimes as well are the terms of the mortgage, the location of the property, notes due, the amount of money involved, and the interest rates. Volume 12 registers transactions of the St. Louis Land Improvement Company.
Superior Woman's Club (Wis.) Title: Superior Woman's Club Records, 1909-1994
Quantity: 11.8 c.f. (10 archives boxes and 9 record center cartons) and 56 photographs (4 folders)
Call Number: Superior Mss X; PH Superior Mss X
Abstract: Records of a club founded in 1893 “to promote the moral and intellectual development of its members.” Originally called the Women's Club of West Superior (often referred to as the Ladies' Literary Club), the organization changed its name to the Superior Woman's Club in 1926. Until World War II the members focused on projects, issues, and topics traditionally associated with the woman's sphere: home hygiene, domestic economy, infant care, etc. After the war years, club activities focused on major projects to benefit the community, such as founding the Djordje Kostic Institute for Audio-Linguistic Studies. The collection includes minutes, financial and membership records, extensive scrapbooks documenting club activities and community improvement projects, photographs, historical information, the constitution and bylaws, and incorporation information. There are also brief records of the Djordje Kostic Institute.
Susskind, David, 1920-1987 Title: David Susskind Papers, 1943-1975
Quantity: 68.4 cubic feet (172 archives boxes), 46 audio recordings, 686 films (16 mm), 129 films (35 mm), 28 videorecordings (3/4-inch), 23 videorecordings (1 -inch), 39 videorecordings (Betacam), 52 videorecordings (VHS)
Call Number: U.S. Mss 73AN; Audio 1452A; film numbers (see contents list)
Abstract: Papers of David Susskind, a producer, television host, and co-founder/president of the production company, Talent Associates Ltd. Arranged as alphabetically-ordered subject files, the collection contains a wide variety of material such as correspondence, scripts and drafts, production information, clippings, financial records, and legal documents. Much of the collection relates to the award winning dramatic anthologies and television series with which Susskind was associated. It provides a thorough picture of the business operations of Talent Associates as well as information on Susskind's personal activities and his opinions and interest in the television industry, politics, and events of topical interest. Coverage is best for the series Armstrong Circle Theatre (CBS), The David Susskind Show (Syndicated), DuPont Show of the Month (CBS, East Side/West Side (CBS), Mr. Broadway (CBS), N.Y.P.D. (ABC), Open End (Syndicated), Special Tonight (CBS), Way Out (CBS), and Witness (CBS), and for dramatic specials. Also included are files on Susskind's Broadway productions and motion pictures such as All the Way Home (Paramount, 1963), Raisin in the Sun (Columbia, 1961) and Requiem for a Heavyweight (Columbia, 1962). The collection includes extensive correspondence with prominent individuals in the motion picture and the television industries and in politics and government. It also contains transcripts of several news or interview programs which featured guests such as Marlon Brando, Hubert Humphrey, George Meany, Ambassador Menshikov of the Soviet Union, and Bertrand Russell.
Sutton Hoo Press Title: Sutton Hoo Press Records, 1998-2003
Quantity: .6 cubic ft. (2 boxes)
Call Number: UWM Manuscript Collection 225
Abstract: Material from Sutton Hoo Press, including book overruns for several imprints, block print proofs, layouts, and original reductive wood blocks.

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