Business and Labor
FOX, NOEL P., PAPERS, 1924-1982, 7.5 feet.
Case files, correspondence, clippings, and reports documenting the political and judicial career of Noel P. Fox, a graduate of Marquette University who served as U.S. District Court judge for the Western District of Michigan, 1962-1979. Notable among 39 federal court cases in the files are those concerning the desegregation of schools in Benton Harbor, Kalamazoo, and Lansing, Michigan, and the fishing rights of Ojibwa and Ottawa Indians in Michigan. In addition, there is substantial information on Fox's surveys of Michigan's corrections system (1949) and justice courts (1959-1961), and on the Michigan Constitutional Convention of 1961, for which he chaired the Citizen's Advisory Committee on the Judiciary Department. Other files relate to Fox's activities as an arbitrator and mediator of labor disputes (1941-1956) and circuit court judge in Muskegon, Michigan (1951-1962), and his unsuccessful campaigns for Congress (1938 and 1950) and Secretary of State of Michigan (1948).
NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY ORAL HISTORY COLLECTION, 1967-[ongoing], 3.0 feet.
Interviews of retired or retiring trustees, officers, and other key employees of the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, conducted by faculty of the Marquette University College of Business Administration. Partially transcribed.
RAUCH, H. HERMAN, LABOR ARBITRATION CASE FILES, 1939-1978, 42.0 feet.
Documentation for more than 600 arbitration cases heard by Herman Rauch,
most in Wisconsin and the upper Midwest. Included are notes; supporting
reports and briefs; recordings, transcriptions, and summaries of hearings;
final opinions; and related correspondence.