Michigan -- History
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains a bound, photocopied version of Anthos’ original scrapbook. The scrapbook contains fun facts about Michigan and a general overview of Michigan’s past including historical and geographical facts. Facts are grouped together under several titles. A sample of the trivia-like facts include: “150 Persons with Michigan Ties,” “Michigan’s Largest Communities,” and “Michigan’s Tallest Television Towers.”
The collection contains two publications dealing with the history of Grand Ledge, Michigan. Grand Ledge Remembered is a picture portfolio of the city's early history from 1862 to the 1920s. The Nature of Grand Ledge explains and illustrates the geographical and horticultural make-up of Grand Ledge.
The Carpenter papers consist of one letter, written by G. Carpenter of Ravenna, Ohio, to his brother, Joseph Painter Carpenter, of Blissfield, Michigan. This letter, dated August 19, 1835, discusses the issues regarding the boundary dispute between Michigan and Ohio in the 1830s.