Michigan State University. Class of 1914
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains Charles Spurway’s thesis on August Wilhelm von Hofmann which was written as an initiation requirement for Alpha Chi Sigma, a national chemistry fraternity. The thesis relates von Hofmann’s life as well as his contributions to chemistry. Von Hofmann’s research pertained mostly to organic chemistry; he enjoyed working with the bases in coal and the gas naphtha. A detailed bibliography is given at the end of the thesis.
The papers of Emil Volz consist of a scrapbook containing postcards and photographs depicting student life, students, campus scenes, scenes from Pine Lake (Lake Lansing), Michigan, faculty, and athletic events at Michigan Agricultural College. It also contains programs from various campus social functions, numerous dance cards, menus, ribbons, and many items relating to football at Michigan Agricultural College.
The collection consists of an Michigan Agricultural College War Records information sheet produced by the M.A.C Association (currently called the Alumni Association) and circulated in the October 19, 1917 edition of the "M.A.C. Record." The sheet has spaces in which Kellogg filled in biographical information, parents' names, branch of service, date of enlistment, and promotions.
The papers of Ruth Rutherford consist of memorabilia from Michigan Agricultural College, including receipts, report cards, and programs (1911-1914), and a scrapbook containing letters, greeting cards, programs from campus activities, postcards, and photographs of friends, picnics, and student life (1910-1914).