Michigan Agricultural College
Found in 123 Collections and/or Records:
Papers of A.J. Thompson consist of one letter to his cousin describing the crops at Michigan Agricultural College and the treatment of his malaria with quinine.
The A. W. Sutton papers contain receipts from Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University) for room and board, subscriptions to "The College Speculum", and enrollment fees from 1881-1883. The collection also contains a few pieces of handwritten poetry as well as quotes.
The collection consists of four oversized photographs that include the baseball team, field day team and an unidentified fraternal organization. All are circa 1896.
Collection consists of one videotape, "MAC Sports Clubs." It was prepared as part of a MSU thesis presentation for the Educational Administration department.
The collection consists of nine photographs taken during Abelow's stay at Michigan State College. The photographs have been glued on pages and have captions written beside them. The collection includes a picture of Company B on parade, winter scenes of the Red Cedar River, views of campus, Abelow and other Army Specialized Training Program (ASTP) members in the Union Lounge, and a winter scene of North Hall with ASTP members in front.