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Public relations

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Greater Michigan Foundation records

Identifier: 00119
Scope and Contents These office records cover the years 1954 to 1964 and contain correspondence, reports, information about committee memberships and activities, newspaper clippings, publications, promotional materials (posters, slides, records, etc.), information about awards and other activities relating to Michigan Week. There are also three scrapbooks, two of which are titled Muskegon County Community College Development from 1967 and one with miscellaneous clippings relating to Michigan Week from 1968...
Dates: 1951 - 1966

MSU Partners UA 10.6.2

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Serial-00736
Dates: 1999-2011, 2015

Public Relations Student Society of America records

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-12.3.38
Scope and Content

This collection contains a newsletter from the Michigan State University Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA).

Dates: 1977

The Pigs vs. the Freaks, 1975

 Item — Reel UA-F002509
Identifier: 20539-A
Scope and Contents

Follows the annual football game in East Lansing, Michigan, between the local police and the long-haired students from Michigan State University, showing mutual learning and good-natured fun as two diverse lifestyles come together.

Dates: 1975

Visit of Michigan State University Group Police Adviser Everett Updike to Long An and Rung Sat, November 4-5, 1957

 Item — Reel 352
Scope and Contents Chief of the Civil Guard Section Everett Updike makes a field trip with other personnel in the Civil Guard to Zone 3 of South Vietnam for an inspection tour. Colonel Le Khuong, Deputy Director General of Civil Guard, invites Major Ky Quan Than (medical officer), Captain Luyen (training officer), Captain Nguyen Van Tranh (signal officer), Lieutenant Trinh (personnel officer), Lieutenant Nguyen Van Thien (secretary to the colonel), and Everett C. Updike to accompany him and his staff. The...
Dates: November 4-5, 1957