Found in 578 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.
Papers of A. J. Thompson consist of one letter to his cousin describing the crops at Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University) and the treatment of his malaria with quinine.
The African Agricultural Mechanization Study records contain administrative and accounting records, correspondence, and progress and final reports. Technical records consist primarily of information on hydraulic systems, also some on agriculture and various African countries. Also includes a few workshop and colloquium records, and records for the U.S. Agency for International Development.
The papers consist of one 1911 letter from Reverend William Lytteil of Brier, Michigan, to Albert B. Graham. In the letter Lytteil gives the origins and history of the name Graham. Although the letter is written on Michigan Agricultural College letterhead, Lytteil’s association with the college is unknown.