Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 185 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The Clare A. Gunn papers consist of publications and visual materials relating to tourism in Michigan (including the Upper Peninsula). Of note are photographs, negatives and slides of Michigan motels, resorts, and tourist areas many of which are identified by name and owner. Also included are slides of United States, Canada and other countries showing nature scenes, tourist areas and motels. There are also publications, articles, and conference proceedings relating to tourism, recreation,...
Dates: 1940 - 2000
Scope and Content Copies of the first and second drafts of Brody's history of the Michigan Farm Bureau comprise the major part of the papers. Much of the information contained in these manuscripts did not appear in his book In the Service of the Farmer: My life in the Michigan Farm Bureau (Michigan State University Press, 1959), which is a much shorter history than he had originally intended. The book is autobiographical and describes the changes in farming and in the life of...
Dates: 1847 - 2007
Scope and Contents The Claud R. Erickson papers span the years 1943 to 1969 and contain correspondence, clippings, brochures, articles, publications, and photographs documenting Erickson's interest in electric vehicles. Where possible, folder headings assigned by Erickson have been maintained. The Correspondence Series, 1958-1969, contains primarily mailings that Erickson sent to the electric vehicles committee of the American Public Power Association. These mailings include clippings and notes from...
Dates: 1943-1969, Undated
Scope and Contents The collection has been arranged into two series: Series 1 Clifford E. Erickson and Series 2: Mildred B. Erickson.Series 1 contains papers related to Clifford Erickson’s career at Michigan State University. This includes speeches by him (1960–1962) and by others (1956–1963), notes from trips to Far East (1956, 1961), biographical information, guidance and counseling materials, and other materials related to teaching and administration.Series 2 contains papers related to...
Dates: 1947 - 1964
Collection — Box 6766
Scope and Contents Note: This collection is currently being processed. The finding aid here in not in a final form. It will be updated to reflect changes and newly added materials. The collection consists of the papers of Dr. Clifton R. Wharton, Jr. and his wife, Dolores D. Wharton. The papers primarily related to his time after MSU at SUNY, Department of State and as a trustee on various boards. Although there are some materials related to his time in college and at...
Dates: 1943 - 2017
Series Description OFFICE OF THE DEAN. Correspondence, miscellaneous papers, and speeches of Dean Hunt; correspondence and miscellaneous papers of Dean Weston, Dean Abbett and Dean Davis; Acting Dean Colenda; Associate Deans Howell, Johnson, Kohrman, Lyons, and Potchen and Executive Assistant Richmond. John C. Howell was involved in much of the early CHM planning and was Associate Dean for Curriculum. Arthur Kohrman was Associate Dean for Academic Programs as well as being an early member at the...
Dates: 1946 - 2018
Scope and Content This collection contains material relating to the founding, history, and administration of the College of Urban Development. Materials include annual reports, meeting minutes, administration correspondence, workshop and conference information, college publications, and extensive subject files relating to issues pertinent to urban issues and development. Of special note, the collections contains audio recordings and information related to the College’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Lectures...
Scope and Contents The David C. Hollister collection contains papers biographical and personal in nature, as well as papers from his political career. The collection contains information about his childhood and includes documentation of his school years from elementary through graduate school. There is also material about his teenage activities including sports, journalism, and student government. There are letters to his friends and parents including information about his high school sweetheart Judy Artz,...
Dates: 1957 - 2008
Scope and Content The papers of David D. Anderson primarily reflect his work as an author. His materials are organized into 6 series. The Biographical/Personal section contains information about his awards and honors, Patricia Anderson (his wife), and journalist Terry Anderson (cousin) who made national headlines when he was taken hostage in Beruit, Lebanon in 1985. The Correspondence section contains letter to publishers and other authors. The bulk of Anderson's collection is contained in the Literary...
Dates: 1951 - 2010