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William M. Trap Papers

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Identifier: WSP000348
Abstract William Trap began as a philosophy professor at the Colleges of the City of Detroit in 1923, and was promoted to department head in 1929, a position he held until his retirement in 1955. Trap also served as president of the Detroit Philosophical Society and of the Wayne University Club from 1938 to 1940. The collection reflects his involvement at the university, and the papers of the Detroit Philosophical Society and the Wayne University Club.

William R. Stocking, Jr. Papers

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Identifier: WSP000006
Abstract William Stocking began as an English teacher and athletic coach for Central High School in 1908. He was promoted to Assistant Principal in 1913. The collection provides information about Central High School, specifically the English Department, the football team and David Mackenzie.

Wilson McTeer Papers

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Identifier: WSP000026
Abstract Born in Marysville Tennessee in 1905. B.A. at Marysville College in 1925, served as an instructor of psychology at the College from 1925-1927. McTeer completed his graduate work at University of Chicago in 1928, completed his Ph.D. in Psychology in 1930, and joined the faculty of College of the City of Detroit, where he taught psychology until he retired in 1971. This collection reflects McTeer’s work with University Council Budget Committee, and Liberal Arts Committee work. Subjects such as...

WSU Alpha Phi Omega Records

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Identifier: WSR002663
Abstract Created in 1925, Alpha Phi Omega is a national service fraternity of college and university men who are or have previously been affiliated with the Boy Scouts of America. The fraternity’s key goals are developing friendships and promoting service to humanity, which they do through a number of charitable efforts. The Wayne State University chapter of Alpha Phi Omega, the Zeta Phi chapter, was instated by the National Fraternity on May 27, 1948. This collection consists of materials...

WSU Business and Finance Vice President David R. Baldwin Records

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Identifier: WSR000265
Abstract David R. Baldwin was appointed as Vice President of Business and Finance in 1969, by President Keast. He supervised Accounting, Bookstores, Budget, Building Services, Housing, Internal Auditor, Parking, Personnel Services, Public Safety, and Purchasing. The papers of Vice President for Business and finance consist of budget material, correspondence, financial records, minutes, personnel records, and staff benefits as well as reports related to the activities of David R. Baldwin. They heavily...

WSU Family Life Project Records

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Identifier: WSR000469
Abstract An interdisciplinary, university-wide program of undergraduate and professional instruction in the broad field of family life was developed by President David Henry, Dean of Administration Clarence B. Hilberry, Dean of the College of Nursing, Katherine Favile, and Dean of the College of Liberal Arts, Victor A. Rapport. The 5-year teaching and research program was funded via grants from the Children’s Bureau of the Michigan Department of Health. In 1951-52, the Child Growth and Development...

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