Found in 104 Collections and/or Records:
Donald Yates collection of Rodolfo Walsh correspondence, writings, and other materials
The Donald Yates collection of Rodolfo Walsh correspondence, writings, and other materials contain published and typed writings by Walsh, photographs, and other materials primarily sent to Yates by Walsh. The topics of correspondence range from discussing mystery writing to Walsh's first-hand experience with Revolucion Libertadora's coup of 1955 which overthrew Juan Peron's government and the growing violence around him.
Dorothy McMeekin papers
These papers consist of published articles authored by Dorothy McMeekin, a professor at Michigan State University from 1966 to 1997. There is also a copy of “Exploring the Ecology Along the Red Cedar River at Michigan State University” written by McMeekin, her resume/CV, and correspondence.
Edity Yokie collection
Edward G. Read family collection
The Edward G. Read papers contain materials related to Read, his wife, children, and relatives. Included are personal and business correspondence, recipe books, pamphlets, cards, and publications. The family papers series has a four volume set titled The Peak - Peake Family History by Cyrus Peak. The photographs include the Barber, Shepard, Read, and Peak families, as well as unidentified people and an aerial view of a farm.
Epsilon Sigma Phi records
This records collection contains information and materials from the Alpha Psi chapter of Epsilon Sigma Phi. There are award recipient records, chapter by-laws, membership information and ESP officers, board meeting minutes, correspondence, and newsletters.
Eric V. A. Winston papers
This collection contains Winston's job promotion letters, personal correspondence, a handbook for MSU's College of Education doctoral students, and early research he conducted on Lt. Henry Ossian Flipper.
Two folders are restricted, Winston's job promotion letters and the questionnaire results he received back for his dissertation.
Eugene G. Wanger papers
Evan S. Martin papers
This collection consists of postcards of campus, three diplomas, correspondence.
Facility for Rare Isotope Beams (FRIB) records
The Electronic Resources include correspondence in the form of e-mail memos and attachments.