Great Lakes (North America)
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Art Carlson Collection contains personal correspondence, newsletters, and several articles submitted for publication pertaining to shipping and shipping disasters on the Great Lakes. Also included are 201 photographs, 17 negatives, and 69 postcards illustrating shipping on the Great Lakes.
The Booth Newspaper collection contains clipping files on a variety of subjects related to Michigan including politics, education, public issues, and Michigan's athletic teams the Detroit Tigers and Detroit Lions. Also included are files containing articles written by specific authors including Ansar Khan, Chuck Carlton, Steve Grinczel, Danny Knobler, Tom Kowalski, Roger Green, Rick Haglund, and Ed Hoogterp. The clippings come from newspapers managed by Booth Newspaper Service.
This collection consists of a 1953 published work by Veatch, soil survey maps, a reprint of a soil profiles paper, list of Ginseng growers (1905), and Michigan Ginseng Growers convention proceedings (1905). The book contains sections on physical divisions, types of soil, types of vegetation, land types, land use, and possibilities for agricultural production and includes a foldout Michigan Soil Association map. Many of the soil survey maps were produced by or with assistance of Veatch.
This collection consists of a pamphlet describing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers' 1939 survey of the Great Lakes, their connecting waters, the New York Canals and Lake Champlain. It also contains a study of matters affecting the hydrology of the Great Lakes and their watershed. The pamphlet describes the work, history, methods, and products of the survey.