Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
The Anne E. Tracy collection contains correspondence, notes, inventories, and miscellaneous material related to the creation of the Special Collections LGBTQ+ collection at MSU Libraries, as well as some biographical material on Anne E. Tracy. The collection traces some of the research done by Tracy to build the LGBT collection, and gives examples of how the collection began to be used in course instruction.
The materials were collected as part of the activist work Dr. Marinez did with Mujeres Unidas de Michigan organization.
Most documents are about anti-apartheid organizations in Portland, Oregon. Also included are several items from the American Friends Service Committee national office in Philadelphia and a teaching guide written by Bill Bigelow to the film "Witness to Apartheid" by Sharon Sopher.
The Gladys-Marie Fry papers contain correspondence, drafts, publications, photographs, slides, research proposals, posters, newsclippings, and other materials relating to her extensive research of African-American folklore, quilts, and other topics.