Found in 127 Collections and/or Records:
The Marietta Denison collection consists of photographs and postcards primarily of Michigan cities, towns, schools, and notable points of interest.
The Marvin E. Mapes collection contains five postcards of Camp Robinson, Wisconsin. Camp Robinson was later renamed Fort McCoy. Three postcards show the lay out and buildings of the camp. The buildings have been identified by Mapes. There are two postcards showing 4.7 inch guns. There is also a portrait of Marvin E. Mapes in uniform.
The records of the Michigan Psychiatric Society consist of membership directories, newsletters, meeting minutes, constitution and bylaws, publications, compiled histories of the organization, a scrapbook, regional mental health material, and national organization material. Also included are books about state asylums in Michigan, a book on the Medical History of Michigan, and the Primer of Psychology and Mental Disease published by the Oak Grove Hospital, Flint.