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Michigan State University. Auditorium


Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:


 Digital Work
Identifier: 108c28cc-27b2-4a22-871c-10650edcee3f
Dates: 2023-07-14 - 2023-07-14


 Digital Work
Identifier: 4f358005-f8ac-48f4-84ce-fe511a5bc2c5
Dates: 2023-07-13 - 2023-07-13

A Place to Grow, 1972

 Item — Reel 2166
Identifier: 30492-A
Scope and Contents A Place to Grow portrays the important role of the performing arts at Michigan State University. The film presents the University's exciting plans for a new $16 million Center for the Performing Arts, which will provide a superb showcase for campus and guest artists, as well as modern teaching facilities for faculty and students. President Clifton R. Wharton, Jr. and Mrs. Dolores Wharton appear at the end of the film to emphasize the importance of creating a new...
Dates: 1972

Brian Gladue collection

Identifier: UA-10.3.361
Scope and Contents The Brian Gladue collection consists of slides of take by alumnus Brian Gladue during his time at MSU 1975-1979. Include are images of campus buildings and grounds, the marching band on the field at Spartan Stadium, tennis courts near Spartan Stadium, the Spartan/ Sparty Statue, and students walking and biking to class. Of note is an image of an MSU Police car and officer at Transportation Services under Spartan Stadium. There is also an image of entrance sign to MSU near Hagadorn Road and...
Dates: 1975, 1978-1979

Harold J. McGarvey collection

Identifier: UA-10.3.311
Scope and Content

This collection contains photographs and negatives of buildings, some during construction, at Michigan State College (now Michigan State University) taken by Harold J. McGarvey. There are also photographs and negatives of what appears to be the East Lansing area.

Dates: 1937, 1939

Peter Eichler papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-10.3.218
Scope and Contents The collection consists of the DVD "Dixie Durr: a tribute." Directed by Peter Eichler, the DVD was created for Dixie Durr's retirement from the Theater Department at Michigan State University. The DVD, which is 15 minutes long, features students and colleagues talking about Durr, including Annie Stulberg, Shawn Bible, Kista Tucker, Maxine Durr (Dixie's mother), Wesley Broadnax, Rob Roznowski, MSU President Lou Anna Simon, Ray Robinson and the members of Happendance. There are student dance...
Dates: 2006

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Digital Record 2
Archival Object 1
College campuses -- Michigan -- East Lansing 2
Civil rights 1
College buildings -- Design and construction 1
College buildings -- Michigan -- East Lansing 1
College students -- Michigan -- East Lansing 1