Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
The Alton Wheaton papers contain primarily financial records and other forms of inventory that Wheaton took while working on his farm. There is also a small section on some of Wheaton’s community activities, some photographs of said activities, and two books on the Wheaton family genealogy. There are also a number of folders containing deeds and titles to various pieces of land Wheaton owned. There are also catalogs, plans, newsletters and brochures on farm topics.
The papers of Arthur W. Farrall consist of correspondence, class materials, research materials and lectures, and have been arranged chronologically. Farrall's contribution and work with the American Society of Agricultural Engineers closes out the papers as it is the common thread that ties together the entire collection, and all of Farrall's work.
The collection consists of photocopies of genealogical information on the John Steward Barry family of White Pigeon and Constantine, Michigan. Barry served two terms and part of a third as Governor of Michigan (1842-1844, 1844-1846, and 1850-1851).
This collection contains correspondence between members of the Bond and Newcomb families. The majority is addressed to John G. Bond, who moved to Berrien County, Michigan, in 1839. The letters are concerned with news of family and friends. Several letters trace the genealogy of the Bond family in America.
This collection contains genealogy about the Bradford family and a family tree of the Herkelrath family. Also included are photographs of the Bradford-Mallison family members, one photograph of the Herkelrath family, and an autograph book that belonged to Lillie Mallison.