Commencement ceremonies -- Michigan -- East Lansing
Found in 38 Collections and/or Records:
Materials in this collection consist of correspondence, replies to invitations, cards of delegates who attended, programs and miscellaneous papers pertaining to specific events, various newspapers (primarily Michigan) from early 1907, and a certificate of congratulation (1907).
The collection also contains postcards and photographs.
The MSU spring 1992 graduation ceremony takes place in the Breslin Student Events Center Arena, East Lansing, Michigan. Walter E. Massey, Director of the National Science Foundation, gives the commencement address.
The MSU spring 1992 graduation ceremony concludes in the Breslin Student Events Center Arena, East Lansing, Michigan.
The Art Freeman papers contain dance cards from 1936 to 1938, programs from the first and second Interfraternity convocation, invitations to various dances, pamphlets about student and Greek life on campus, two separate commencement booklets from 1938, student council stationary with an envelope, and a newspaper clipping on hazing in fraternities.
The collection consists a booklet titled "The Technique of Good Manners: a handbook for College Men" by Mary Perin Barker (1935), a June 1932 commencement program, a MSC Concert Course program featuring George Barrere, Lewis Richards and Michael Press (March 2, 1932), "Songs of Michigan State College" (1931), a Green Splash Women's Swimming Club program (April 27, 1932), and an oversize sheet of red tissue paper with Japanese characters.
The collection consists of a Michigan State College (now Michigan State University) diploma, a MSC commencement program, and engineering experiments for Phys 306q. Also included is a Oklahoma University Civil Defense Training Short Course certificate.
The collection consists of Dow's doctor of education degree from 1952, commencement programs from Fall 1952 and June 1953. Dow's name appears in both commencement programs. Also included is a large photograph of the Speech Association of America meeting luncheon December 29, 1950 which includes Clyde Dow (identified) at a table. The meeting was held in New York.