Found in 137 Collections and/or Records:
The Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival records (1976-2015) contain crew guides and handbooks, maps, banners, t-shirts, programs, brochures, posters, meeting minutes, correspondence, inventories, press clippings, as well as recordings and photographs taken during the festival. The collection gives an insight of the intense effort and amount of coordination it took to make the festival possible, and how it evolved and grew more complex with each iteration.
This collection includes the correspondence, agendas, minutes, Bylaws and event programs of the members of the MCLR and interested parties. Most content pertains to the administrative functions of the MCLR.
The 2-folder collection consists of facsimiles of correspondence to, from and about Romulo, news print and online articles and obituaries from various newspapers, advertisements for Munguia's print shop, programs for events honoring Munguia and family members, state proclamations, Texas-Mexico history. A second folder includes documents that highlight the Munguia Cisneros Family history of civic outreach and political activism.
The Paul Harmer collection contains articles written by Harmer which are predominantly about muck farming.
There is also a WKAR radio programs schedule. Although Harmer is not listed as a radio program presenter, there are some programs about muck farming, and it is inferred that he was involved.
This collection consists of the program to the Water Carnival of 1954, a photograph montage featuring images of Michigan State College joining the Big Ten in 1948 and the 1953 Rose Bowl, a newspaper clipping from the Columbus Dispatch (OH) regarding Michigan State University's centennial, a 1955 MSU centennial first day cover stamp, and a letter outlining the achievements of Philip Gunby.