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1Title:  Shaw papers, 1862-1887 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  00.1429 
 Creator:  Acenith, Shaw 
 Abstract:  The Shaw Papers consist primarily of letters written to Acenith Shaw in Moreville and York, Washtenaw County, Michigan. Acenith was a school girl of about fourteen in 1864. Many of the letters to her are from school friends and cousins who also lived in Michigan. The girls wrote of family activities, school, planned visits, and current interests. Some of the letters describe their arrangements for teaching school, and in time, marriages and children. 
 Subjects:  Shaw, Acenith | Michigan | Correspondence 
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2Title:  Gordon Eliot White Leo Goossen Papers Collection, 1918-1934 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2012.120 
 Creator:  White, Gordon Eliot 
 Abstract:  The Gordon Eliot White Leo Goossen Papers Collection is an assembled collection containing correspondence, personal financial records, other documents, and ephemera relating to draftsman Leo Goossen, who worked for the Buick Motor Division of General Motors and Harry A. Miller. 
 Subjects:  White, Gordon Eliot | Goossen, Leo W., 1892-1974 | Miller, Harry A. (Harry Armenius), 1875-1943 | General Motors Corporation. Buick Motor Division | Automobile racing | Automobiles—Design and construction | Automobile--Motors | Buick automobile | Real estate development | Ranching | Tuberculosis | World War I | California | Michigan | Southwestern States | Bank statements | Clippings (information artifacts) | Drafting equipment | Drawings (visual works) | Financial records | Greeting cards | Negatives (photographic) | Photographic prints | Postcards 
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