History of the Department by W. Mallmann (Copy in MSU Info File under Microbiology) , 1974
Scope and Contents
This collection consists of administrative, curricular, and research papers of the Department of Microbiology from its beginnings at the beginning of 1900 through 1987. Administrative files include records from the Advisory Committee (1967–1970), Executive Committee (1965–1969), Curriculum Committee (1964–1970), Graduate Committee (1964–1969), Correspondence (1967–1971), Faculty Meetings (1965–1970), Annual Reports of faculty (1952–1968), and Staff Memorandums (1967–1968). Research papers include Charles E. Marshall’s “Bacteriology and the Bacteriological Laboratory” (1904) and Phillip A. Hawkins’ “Introduction to Parasitology” (1944). There is also “The History of Bacteriology in Michigan” by A. S. Schlingman (1957).
Annual reports of the department are available for 1901–1938, 1955–1957, and 1959–1971.
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
From the Record Group: 2.1 Cubic Feet
Language of Materials
From the Record Group: English
- From the Record Group: Michigan State University. Department of Microbiology and Public Health (Organization)
- From the Record Group: Michigan State University. Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics (Organization)