College presidents -- Michigan
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The David L. Friday papers consist primarily of lecture correspondence. There are also a set of financial records (mostly undated) that might pertain to Friday's tenure at the University of Michigan, some telegrams and newsclippings, legislative material, and Friday's working papers.
The Edwin Willits papers consist of correspondence, financial records, Willits' inaugural address at Michigan Agricultural College, and various education-related materials, primarily concerning natural science.
Kenneth B. Ebert papers consist of a twenty-four page paper entitled "The Dismissal of Lewis G. Gorton from the Presidency of Michigan Agricultural College: November 11, 1895." The paper was submitted on December 8, 1980 for a Teacher Education 804B course requirement.
The Lewis Ransom Fiske papers include presidential reports to the State Board of Agriculture, two published speeches, an address, correspondence, financial papers, a student petition, and biographical information on Fiske. One item of interest is the two articles in the Michigan Farmer Newspaper (Fl. 10) which describe in detail the expense, effort,and process of clearing land for the original campus area.
This collection contains a number of reports submitted to Michigan Council of State College Presidents (MCSCP) as well as the minutes to the MCSCP meetings. The reports were filed by various departments and colleges and usually focus on financial matters.
The Robert Shaw papers contain correspondence (1891-1940), publications, petitions, reports, legislation, council, and other university-related information, news clippings, an article on the sugar beet, and biographical papers, including honorary degrees and a memorial.