College campuses -- Michigan -- East Lansing
Found in 210 Collections and/or Records:
Collection consists of photographs and souvenirs kept by Donald Sayre, a Horticulture alumnus, that were given to the Horticulture Department in the 1970s. The collection includes a student register of names, postcards of campus scenes, photographs of an engineering squad, the Phylean Society members, celebration of Michigan State University's victory over Wabash, and an Ag Council Newsletter from 1956.
The Dorothy Pettit Reed Collection contains the book 14 Faculty Row: A Historical Account of Michigan Agricultural College Now Known as Michigan State University by Dorothy Pettit Reed. The book contains remiscences of her childhood living in faculty housing on the campus of Michigan Agricultural College.
A documentary production created by Michigan State College (MSC), this program first aired on WWJ-TV in May of 1948. Footage includes an introduction by MSC President John A. Hannah, scenes portrayed by MSC students, and various shots of the campus and its buildings.
This collection consists of materials relating to Frank Peabody's time as a student at Michigan State College, as well as his career as a professor at Michigan State University. Included are correspondence, photographs, newspapers, course materials, publications, and materials from the Summer Institute in Biology.