Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Found in 185 Collections and/or Records:
The Michigan Sugar Company records consist of two bound volumes. The first contains the constitution and by-laws of the company and the minutes of the stockholders' and Board of directors' meetings (1897-1903). The second volume contains newspaper clippings (1897-1902) pertaining to the development of the sugar beet industry in the United States.
This collection contains bi-weekly newspapers printed for the employees of Motor Wheel Corporation. In addition to news about employees and the company, there is information about Lansing, Michigan. Of particular interest are the papers from the World War II era. The newspaper was named The Spokesman when the Motor Wheel Corporation became a subsidiary company of Goodyear Tire.
The collection consists of news clippings about the approval of the new laboratory, issues of the Alumni Newsletter, a publication on history of the MSU-DOE plant research laboratory, and abstracts of research for a U.S. Department of Energy site visit. There are photographs the Plant Research Laboratory building and architectural models of the building. Annual reports are also part of this collection.