Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Edna Z. Emley papers
Scope and Contents This collection consists of correspondence and various other papers of Edna Z. Emley (nee Osterrout), of Mason, Michigan, and her family. The earliest letters (1836-1851) are to Bernhard Stohlmann of Allen, Hillsdale County, Michigan, a relative of the paternal great-grandmother of Emley's first husband, Clifford Migrants. Most of these letters are written in German and pertain largely to personal matters of Stohlmann and his friends still living in Germany. This correspondence is not...
Dates: 1836 - 1941
Fenner family genealogy
Scope and Contents
The collection contains a copy of the genealogy of the Fenner family.
Dates: 1370 - 1978
Frank Benton papers
Scope and Contents The Frank Benton papers include academic correspondence, newspaper clippings which discuss apiculture, Benton's work in Ceylon (Sri Lanka), the 25th Annual Meeting of the North American Beekeepers Association and miscellaneous poems and writings, papers from the Association, a Japanese translation of his book The Honey Bee, personal notes, and a cash book for the Carnolian Apiaries (1899-1900). Of note are personal manuscripts by Benton on topics such as the...
Dates: 1879 - 1915
Gordon and Nancy Milne collection
Scope and Contents The Gordan and Nancy Milne collection contains materials related to Gordon's military training at MSC and elsewhere as well as materials from his service in World War II. Included are aeronatical and navigation training materials, orders, military newsletters, and photographs of his time in World War II. There are also materials he saved during his service related to Germany and the Nazi party. Also included is a scrapbook created by Nancy with materials from her time at Eastern High...
Dates: 1936-1947, 2002, 2011
John L. Whitelaw papers
Scope and Contents This collection includes two folders of correspondence (1945) from Brigadier General John L. Whitelaw to relatives in East Lansing, Michigan, when he was stationed in Germany during World War II. In his letters, Whitelaw describes the Ruhr Valley area and Berlin after the German surrender, and comments on the Russian soldiers, trains and the civilian food situation.The collection also contains two scrapbooks. One (1883-1900) contains nineteenth-century pictorial advertisements,...
Dates: 1883 - 1945; Majority of material found within 1883 - 1900
Ralph F. Turner papers
Series Description (1) SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE. 1930, 1938-1988, 1990, undated [1962-1975]. 6.33 cubic feetReports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, publications and extraneous materials relating to the function and activities of the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice. Topics range in breadth from University and student/classroom-related activities to areas of interest beyond campus boarders. Typical of these topics include: School of Criminal Justice work with the...
Dates: 1899 - 1999
Walter J. Carrier papers
Scope and Contents
The Walter J. Carrier papers consist of correspondence, government publications, scrapbooks, and volumes collected by Carrier during the years 1914-1931. The correspondence reveals Carrier's deep pacifistic beliefs. His views on such issues as World War I and the American intervention into Haiti and the Dominican Republic in the 1920s are of particular interest. The scrapbooks contain several pieces of correspondence as well as newspaper clippings.
Dates: 1914 - 1931