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William Muschenheim papers, 1923-2004, bulk 1951-1985 13.5 linear feet (in 15 boxes), 7 folders

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Muschenheim, William.
Modernist architect based in New York City, 1929-1950, and professor of architecture at the University of Michigan, 1950-1972, where he also carried on an active private practice until shortly before his death in 1990. A graduate of MIT, Muschenheim studied further with Peter Behrens at the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts and was strongly influenced both by a visit to the Bauhaus in Weimar, Germany and by a period working in urban planning with Peter Korn in Berlin. Two major Muschenheim collections exist, one within the Avery Architectural and Fine Arts Library at Columbia University and another within the Bentley Historical Library at the University of Michigan. The Muschenheim collection at the Avery represents primarily his professional career from 1929 to 1957, and the Muschenheim collection at the Bentley concerns his later professional practice and teaching career at the University of Michigan, as of 1950. This finding aid describes both the Avery and Bentley collections.
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University of Michigan. University Committee on the Use and Care of Animals.
The University Committee on the Use and Care of Animals (UCUCA) records consist of meeting minutes and agendas, annual reports, and animal facility inspections. The UCUCA works to ensure that all projects using animals at the University of Michigan are conducted in accordance with university guidelines and policies and federal law concerning laboratory animal welfare.
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Located in San Diego, CA. Founded in 1924 as Balboa Law College. Expanded to include other studies and changed name to Balboa University in 1945. Became California Western University in 1952. In 1966 became United States International University. Law school retained name Calfironia Western. Merged with California School of Professional Psychology in 2002 to become Alliant International University - San Diego.
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TEACH Michigan.
Organization established in 1989 by Paul N. DeWeese and others to lobby for changes in state law and the state constitution to allow parents to choose between competing schools. The record group also contains records of the Michigan Center for Charter Schools, sister organization to TEACH Michigan, established to promote the development of charter schools in the state. The record group includes Informational materials detailing mission and goals of the TEACH Michigan organization; organizational files; topical files; correspondence; speeches and articles about school choice and the state charter school movement; and audio and video cassettes of TM presentations and appearances of Paul DeWeese on radio and television programs. Also included are the organizational records of the Michigan Center for Charter Schools.
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Stanford University

Images of students and student activities including track meets, women basketball players, dormitory rooms, picnics and off-campus excursions, commencement activities (including decoration of the arcades as parlors), and theatricals; there are also photographs of campus buildings before and after the 1906 earthquake and of Leland Stanford Jr.'s railroad track on campus. Non-Stanford images include Yosemite and scenes from a European trip.

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Duke University. University Archives
Collection includes photographic negatives related to sports at Duke. Sports include the following: baseball, basketball, boxing, cheerleading, cross country, fencing, field hockey, football, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, soccer, swimming, tennis, track, wrestling, and volleyball. There are also negatives that pertain to general athletics. The subjects of the negatives include athletes, coaches, team pictures, and game action. The collection ranges in date from 1924-1992, 1995, undated.