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1Title:  Eva Tanguay papers, 1892-1947 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2005.100 
 Creator:  Tanguay, Eva, 1878-1947 
 Abstract:  The Eva Tanguay papers document the life of one of vaudeville’s most charismatic stars. The collection includes a large amount of sheet music and lyrics, many of which were penned by Tanguay herself. 
 Subjects:  Tanguay, Eva, 1878-1947. | Vaudeville--United States. | Vaudeville songs. | Vaudeville shows. | Advertisements | Clippings. | Menus. | Photographs. | Postcards. | Promotional material. 
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2Title:  Fruehauf Trailer Company Records, 1931-1969 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  98.1.1828 
 Creator:  Fruehauf Trailer Company 
 Abstract:  The Fruehauf Trailer Company was founded in 1918 by August Fruehauf. The records contain annual reports, product literature, product manuals, and photographs spanning from the early 1930s into the 1960s. 
 Subjects:  Fruehauf Trailer Company | Advertising | Selling | Transportation | Tractor trailer combinations | Trailers | Truck trailer industry | Truck trailers | Detroit (Mich.) | Advertisements | Annual reports | Brochures | Greeting cards | Instructional materials | Manuals | Pamphlets | Photographs | Photographic prints | Promotional materials 
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3Title:  Bobby Unser papers, 1930-2009 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2009.123 
 Creator:  Unser, Bobby, 1934- 
 Abstract:  Bobby Unser is one of automobile racing's elite performers. As a driver, he has piloted every category of professional race car to success from karts and dirt track racers to Formula 1 and stock cars. The Bobby Unser papers contain correspondence, technical data and photographs documenting his extensive racing career. 
 Subjects:  Unser, Bobby, 1934- | Bobby Unser Inc. | Theodore Racing, Ltd. | Automobile racing--Rules. | Automobile racing drivers. | Automobiles, Racing--Motors | Automobiles, Racing--Chassis | Automobiles, Racing--Models | Automobiles, Racing--Motors Testing | Automobiles, Racing--Aerodynamics | Automobiles, Racing. | Trials, litigation, etc. | Drag racers. | Endorsements in advertising. | Formula One automobiles. | Indy cars. | Pikes Peak Race to the Clouds. | Sprint cars. | Stock car drivers. | Stock cars (Automobiles) | Brochures. | CD-ROMs. | Contracts. | Digital images. | Financial records. | Manuals (instructional materials) | Models (representations) | Operating manuals. | Periodicals. | Photograph albums. | Photographs. | Promotional materials. | Sales catalogs. | Scrapbooks. | Souvenir programs. | Technical manuals. | Telegrams. | Trade catalogs. | Videocassettes. 
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4Title:  Peter Bryant Papers, 1964-2008 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2012.65 
 Creator:  Bryant, Peter 
 Abstract:  Peter E. Bryant was an automotive engineer who began his career in the race car industry. After designing cars for the Canadian-American (Can-Am) Challenge Cup, most notably the Autocoast Ti-22 and the United Oil Products (UOP) Shadow, Bryant moved into other areas of vehicle design. His later works include transports for Disney, a variety of buses, and a mobile CAT scan unit. 
 Subjects:  Bryant, Peter | Thompson, Mickey | Amtech Incorporated | General Motors Corporation | Shelby American, Inc. | Society of Automotive Engineers | United Oil Products | Automobile parts | Automobile racing | Automotive engineering | Buses | Canadian-American Challenge Cup | Electric vehicles | Engineering drawings | Patents | Renewable energy sources | Safety | Shelby automobile | Bonneville Salt Flats (Utah) | Brochures | Catalogs | CD-ROMs | Color photographs | Color slides | Floppy disks | Photographs | Promotional materials | Technical drawings | Trade literature | Transparencies | Videocassettes 
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5Title:  Don Chadwick Papers, 1972-2011 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2019.148 
 Creator:  Chadwick, Don, 1936- 
 Abstract:  Don Chadwick is one of the noted industrial designers on the Herman Miller team, responsible for projects like the Ergon and Aeron chairs in collaboration with Bill Stumpf, as well as the Chadwick Modular Seating system and the Ethospace system. Materials include project drawings, schematics, and reports, as well as 35mm slides and use test photographs. Extent: 22.6 cubic ft. (13 boxes, 35 rolls, 7 flat file drawers). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Chadwick, Don (Donald T.), 1936- | Kelley, Jack | Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 | Chadwick Studio | Chadwick, Stumpf, and Associates | Forms+Surfaces, Inc. | Herman Miller Research Corporation | Herman Miller, Inc. | Chair design | Chairs (Furniture forms) | Ergonomics | Furniture | Furniture design | Human comfort | Industrial design | Office chairs | Office furniture | Office layout | Offices | Seating--Furniture | Hospitals--Furniture, equipment, etc. | United States, Los Angeles (California) | United States, Santa Monica (California) | United States, Zeeland (Michigan) | Advertisements | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Correspondence | Design drawings | Drawings | Film reels | Memorandums | Photographic prints | Posters | Promotional materials | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Technical drawings | Technical reports 
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6Title:  PCGCampbell Ford Motor Company Photographs and Motion Pictures, 1981-2009 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2009.1.1959 
 Creator:  PCGCampbell 
 Abstract:  The PCGCampbell Ford Motor Company Photographs and Motion Pictures contains photographic and film materials related to automobile racing, primarily in the 1980s and 1990s. Also included are materials related to the Volvo Car Company and the production of Ford's GT car in the 2000s. Extent: 58.76 cubic ft. (69 boxes). The collection is open for research, however access to original audio, film and video recordings, and electronic data are restricted and may require production of digital copies for access use. 
 Subjects:  PCGCampbell | Earnhardt, Dale, 1951-2001 | Elliott, Bill, 1955- | Petty, Richard, 1937- | St. James, Lyn | Stewart, Jackie | Ford Motor Company | NASCAR (Association) | National Hot Rod Association (NHRA) | Volvo Car Corporation | Daytona 24 Hours (Automobile race) | Indianapolis Speedway Race | North American International Auto Show (Detroit, Mich.) | Advertising | Automobile parts | Automobile racing | Automobile racing drivers | Automobile rallies | Automobiles | Drag racing | Ford GT automobile | Ford Probe automobile | Formula One automobiles | Grand Prix racing | IMSA GTP Series (Competition) | Indy cars | Mercury automobile | Mustang automobile | NASCAR/Winston Cup stock car racing series | Offroad vehicles | Racetracks (Automobile racing)--United States | Stock car racing | Stock cars (automobiles) | Television programs | Trans-Am racing | Truck racing | Volvo automobile | Watkins Glen Circuit (Watkins Glen, N.Y.) | CD-ROMs | Clippings (information artifacts) | Color negatives | Color photographs | Color slides | Contact sheets | DVDs | Floppy disks | Motion pictures (visual work) | Negatives (photographic) | Photographic prints | Promotional materials | Videocassettes 
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7Title:  Bill Stumpf Papers, 1913-2006 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2009.141 
 Creator:  Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 
 Abstract:  Bill Stumpf was an industrial designer who specialized in ergonomic chair and seating design. Working with the Herman Miller Research Corporation, he worked on the design of well-known ergonomic office chairs, including the Ergon and Aeron chairs. Stumpf's papers include drawings, correspondence, photographs, and other documents related to his design projects, as well as personal papers, publications, and memorabilia. 
 Subjects:  Stumpf, Bill, 1936-2006 | Campbell, Kermit | Chadwick, Don, 1936- | Child, Julia | De Pree, Hugh | De Pree, Max | Kelley, Jack | Propst, Robert | Weber, Jeff | Chadwick, Stumpf, and Associates | Herman Miller Research Corporation | Herman Miller, Inc. | Sister Kenny Institute | Stumpf, Weber, and Associates | Walker Art Center | William Stumpf and Associates | Chair design | Chairs | Ergonomics | Furniture | Furniture design | Human comfort | Industrial design | Office chairs | Office furniture | Office layout | Offices | Seating--Furniture Hospitals--Furniture, equipment, etc. | United States, Ann Arbor (Michigan) | United States, Cannon Falls (Minnesota) | United States, Madison (Wisconsin) | United States, Minneapolis (Minnesota) | United States, Santa Monica (California) | United States, St. Croix Valley (Minnesota) | United States, St. Paul (Minnesota) | United States, Stockholm (Wisconsin) | United States, Winona (Minnesota) | Advertisements | Audiocassettes | Awards | Awards certificates | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Books | Brochures | Color negatives | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Correspondence | Design drawings | Drawings | DVDs | Financial records | Floppy disks | Magazines (periodicals) | Memorabilia | Memorandums | Negatives (photographs) | Patents | Periodicals | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Posters | Promotional materials | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Sound recordings | Technical drawings | Technical reports | Trade catalogs | Videocassettes 
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8Title:  Robert Propst Papers, 1952-1998 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2010.83 
 Creator:  Propst, Robert 
 Abstract:  This collection covers the professional and personal life of noted industrial designer Robert L. Propst. Propst is best known for his work with Herman Miller and for designing the "Action Office," an office furnishing system which became the basis for the modern cubicle. Materials include reports, design photographs, design drawings, and blueprints, as well as personal photographs, writings, and artwork. 
 Subjects:  Propst, Robert | De Pree, D.J. (Dirk Jan De Pree), 1891-1990 | De Pree, Hugh | De Pree, Max | Houy, Chuck (Charles) | Kelley, Jack | Stumpf, Bill (William) | Wodka, Michael (Mike) | Herman Miller, Inc. (HMI) | Herman Miller Research Corporation (HMRC) | Herman Miller Research & Design | Michigan State University | The Propst Company | Propst Design Company | Propst Forestry System Corporation (PFSC) | Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) | University of Massachusetts | Chairs | Children's furniture | Furniture | Furniture design | Furniture designers | Hospital beds | Industrial design | Living room furniture | Logging | Lumbering | Medical offices | Office chairs | Office furniture | Playground equipment | Seating (Furniture) | Travel | China | Japan | Tibet | United States, Ann Arbor (Michigan) | United States, Denver (Colorado) | United States, Redmond (Washington) | United States, Zeeland (Michigan) | Advertisements | Artwork | Audiocassettes | Blueprints (reprographic copies) | Brochures | Calendars | Color negatives | Color photographs | Color slides | Color transparencies | Design drawings | Drawings | Engineering drawings | Financial records | Floppy disks | Journals | Manuals | Microfiche | Microfilm | Negatives (photographic) | Pamphlets | Patents | Photograph albums | Photographic prints | Portraits | Posters | Promotional materials | Publications | Reports | Sketches | Slides (photographs) | Sound recordings | Technical drawings | Transparencies | Videocassettes 
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9Title:  Ray Masser Racing Collection, 1950-2014 Requires cookie*
 Accession:  2011.149 
 Creator:  Masser, Raymond 
 Abstract:  Ray Masser documented multiple levels of amateur and professional automobile racing, including karts, sprint cars, stock cars, and Indy cars, through photographs, negatives, programs, and other printed materials from the late 1950s through 2014. Extent: 37.82 cubic ft. (71 boxes). The collection is open for research. 
 Subjects:  Masser, Raymond | Andretti, Mario, 1940- | Foyt, A.J., 1935- | Unser, Al, Sr. | Unser, Bobby, 1934- | Dover International Speedway (Dover, De.) | Grandview Speedway (Bechtelsville, Pa.) | Hatfield Speedway (Hatfield, Pa.) | Indianapolis Motor Speedway (Indianapolis, Ind.) | Langhorne Speedway (Langhorne, Pa.) | Maple Grove Dragway (Mohnton, Pa.) | NASCAR (Association) | Nazareth Speedway (Lehigh Valley, Pa.) | Phoenixville Raceway (Phoenixville, Pa.) | Pocono Raceway | Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) | Trenton Speedway (Trenton, N.J.) | Watkins Glen Circuit (Watkins Glen, N.Y.) | Indianapolis Speedway Race | United States Grand Prix Race | Antique and classic cars | Automobile racing | Automobile racing drivers | Daredevils | Drag racing | Fire departments | Formula One automobiles | Indy cars | Midget car racing | Midget cars (automobiles) | NASCAR/Winston Cup stock car racing series | Racetracks (Automobile racing) | Racetracks (Automobile racing)--New Jersey | Racetracks (Automobile racing)--Pennsylvania | Recycling industry | Sprint cars | Sports car racing | Stock car racing | Stock cars (automobiles) | United States, Delaware | United States, Indiana | United States, New Jersey | United States, Pennsylvania | Badges | Clippings (information artifacts) | Color negatives | Color photographs | Contact sheets | Decals | Embroidery (visual works) | Motion pictures (visual work) | Negatives (photographic) | Periodicals | Photographic prints | Picture postcards | Promotional materials | Safety film | Slides (photographs) | Souvenir programs | Souvenirs | Stickers | Transparencies | Videocassettes 
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