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Stanley Hollander papers

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Identifier: UA-17.287

Scope and Contents

This collection contains a journal article about Hollander written by Robert Nason, a journal article that Hollander wrote about himself, a program for a 2004 memorial concert, memorial service invitations, Hollander's obituary from the Lansing State Journal, photographs of Hollander, and comments about Hollander from friends and colleagues at the time of his death.

The electronic resource contains one photo of Hollander reading a book.


  • Creation: 1995 - 2009


Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.

Biographical Note

Stanley Hollander was born on August 2, 1919 in Baltimore, Maryland. In 1941, Hollander earned a Bachelor of Science from the School of Commerce at New York University. After the second World War, during which time he served as a business analyst in the Office of Price Administration, he earned a Master's Degree in Economics from American University in 1946. He then earned his Doctorate in Economics and Marketing from the University of Pennsylvania in 1954. In 1956, Hollander married Selma Jacobs. He taught at institutions such as University of Buffalo, University of Pennsylvania, University of Minnesota, and Michigan State University. As a professor of Marketing at Michigan State University, Hollander received the Distinguished Faculty Award in 1982. After 32 years of teaching in the The Eli Broad College of Business at Michigan State University, he retired in 1990 with the rank of University Distinguished Professor. Hollander died on March 9, 2004 in Okemos, Michigan.


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Copyright: Michigan State University. Property Rights: Michigan State University.

Stanley Hollander Papers
4 Published And Cataloged
H. Brookhart
December 6, 2012
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Repository Details

Part of the University Archives and Historical Collections Repository

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943 Conrad Road, Room 101
East Lansing MI 48824 US