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Michigan Politics and Labor Oral Histories

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Identifier: LOH000780
Abstract Between 1984 and 1995, labor attorney Tom Downs conducted oral history interviews with figures important to Michigan's political and labor history. Support for Downs' ongoing project was provided by the Reuther Library, the Michigan Political History Society, and others. Downs was also interviewed. Collection consists of either recordings and/or transcripts of 14 interviews. Participants discuss their backgrounds, entry into politics or the labor movement (or both), significant accomplishments...

Tom Downs Papers

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Identifier: UP000780
Abstract A Lansing, Michigan attorney, Tom Downs served as a member of the Board of Control of the Grand Valley State Colleges. The papers of Mr. Downs primarily relate to the termination of the Thomas Jefferson College of the Grand Valley State Colleges.

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