Economics -- Michigan
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Business and Economic Research Bureau records
Scope and Contents The records consist of reports on various topics related to business and economics. Topics include the Great Lakes St. Lawrence Seaway and power project, hotel administration, Michigan county market data and travel accommodations in Port Huron, Michigan. There are also reports based on surveys including Michigan tourism, Lansing air traffic, Saginaw river port, rack jobbers, resort hotel wage rates, Lansing appliance dealers, and consumer shopping surveys for Hastings, Michigan; Muskegon,...
Dates: 1952 - 1967
Item — Reel UA-IH002608
Scope and Contents
A television program presented by the MSU Cooperative Extension Service and the Department of Agricultural Economics. Arthur "Art" Mauch, an extension specialist in public policy, discusses parity (fair price for a farmer's product) and the relationship between the farmer, the consumer, and the government.
Joseph R. Williams papers
Scope and Contents The first seventeen folders of this collection contain letters of correspondence with Joseph R. Williams prior to his acceptance of the presidency of the Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University). Many of these letters are from his father and other family members. Additionally, there are letters to Williams, operating as a land speculator in Ohio and Michigan, from friends and business associates in Massachusetts and New York. The letters reflect a precarious economic...
Dates: 1827 - 1867