Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
The collection consists of his book, Memories, in which Addison Wilber describes his life which including student life as a Michigan State College (now Michigan State University) and his career as a civil engineer from the 1930s to the 1960s.
The collection consists of an autobiography written by Edgar G. Nesman who graduated from Michigan State College (now Michigan State University) in 1950. The autobiography covers his life from childhood, his relatives, high school, service in World War II, student life at MSC, work in Cuba and Costa Rica, work at the University of Florida, and other professional travel. There is also some information about Nesman's grandmother who served as a housemother to male student boarders.
This collection contains the report, An Analysis of University Policy Statements Dealing on Instructional Recordings and their Re-Use by Fredrick Siebert. It was written for the State University of New York. Also included is an autobiography by Siebert covering the years 1901 to 1979. The autobiography includes his time at Michigan State University.
The collection contains a photocopy of Scofield's "Autobiography of a Pioneer Minister from 1823 to 1898," which was completed when he was seventy-five years old. In the autobiography, Scofield quotes from his own diary which he kept from about 1860 (see page 47). For the period preceding 1860, his narrative is based on recollection.
In addition to the autobiography, the collection contains a genealogical record for the Scofield family.
The Jean Hebert Brown family collection contains day books/diaries of Jennie Kedzie Stone, an autobiography of George A. Stone, and the Kedzie family history book, "Kedzies and Their Relatives," and its supplement, "A Century and a Year."