Subject Source: BGTCHM
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents The records of the MSU Press consist of Board of Directors meeting minutes (1963-1966, undated), a handbook entitled MSC Press which gives guidelines for materials submitted (1950), and two booklets which review publications of the MSU Press (1955, undated). Also included are published (1948-1950, 1954-1957) and unpublished (1957-1958, 1961-1963, 1967, 1969) annual reports.The Fourth Genre series contains correspondence between authors and editors, between editors and outside...
Dates: 1949 - 2008
Scope and Contents of the Papers The collection contains the family papers of John W. Nixon, a pharmacist residing in Jennings, Missaukee County, Michigan. The papers include business correspondence, personal correspondence, and miscellaneous receipts and documents. Included among the family's business dealings were ownership of a grocery company in Potterville and later Levering, Michigan, run by John's son James R. Nixon; and, operation of a fruit grove in Avon Park, Florida. The collection also includes the...
Dates: 1897 - 1923
Scope and Contents The collection includes business records, newspaper clippings, catalogs, centennial articles, and historical data related to the Oliver Corporation and its owners. Also included in the collection are photographs from the Centennial of Oliver Corporation, ranging from the banquet that was held to the plant tours given by the executives. There are also photographs of Oliver Corporation train cars, board members, and a group photograph of the National Association of Thresher Manufacturers from...
Dates: 1870 - 1961
Series Description (1) SCHOOL OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE. 1930, 1938-1988, 1990, undated [1962-1975]. 6.33 cubic feetReports, memoranda, correspondence, notes, publications and extraneous materials relating to the function and activities of the Michigan State University School of Criminal Justice. Topics range in breadth from University and student/classroom-related activities to areas of interest beyond campus boarders. Typical of these topics include: School of Criminal Justice work with the...
Dates: 1899 - 1999
Scope and Content The Sadayoshi Omoto papers contain material related to his career and personal life. Omoto's professional material include teaching material such as syllabi, lecture notes and exams. Also included are memos, correspondence and committee files relating to the Michigan State University Art Department. There is also material related to Omoto's research and publications on Worthington Whittredge, Queen Anne-style architecture in Ohio, architectural surveys of Michigan, and Japanese American...
Dates: 1894, 1942-2013, undated