Peter and Tom Wolf Papers
Scope and Content
This collection materials from both the personal and private life of the Reuther and Wolf family from c. 1930s to 2007. Materials in the collection include correspondence, a number of photographs including one with Lyndon B. Johnson, newspaper and magazine articles, programs, and a booklet and brochure.
- circa 1930s - 2007
- Wolf, Peter (Person)
Language of Materials
Material entirely in English.
Collection is open for research.
Refer to the Walter P. Reuther Library
Rules for Use of Archival Materials.Restrictions: Researchers may encounter records of a sensitive nature – personnel files, case records and those involving investigations, legal and other private matters. Privacy laws and restrictions imposed by the Library prohibit the use of names and other personal information which might identify an individual, except with written permission from the Director and/or the donor.
Peter and Tom Wolf are extended family members of the Reuther Family. May Reuther and Leo Wolf, Peter and Tom's dad, were siblings. Their mom, Eleanor Wolf, taught sociology and anthropology for Wayne State University.
.25 Linear Feet (.5 MB)
The Peter and Tom Wolf Papers is a small collection that contains materials that encompass both the private and public life of the Reuther and Wolf family from the 1930s to 2007. May and Walter Reuther were Peter and Tom's aunt and uncle. Most of the collection materials are photographs which came from their mother, Eleanor Wolf.
Folders are listed by their location within each box. The papers are arranged chronologically, followed by photographs which were kept in their numbered order.
The Peter and Tom Wolf Papers were deposited at the Walter P. Reuther Library in 2016.
Processed and finding aid written by Danielle Golling on January 24, 2018.
- Guide to the Peter and Tom Wolf Papers
- Processed by Danielle Golling.
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