Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
The Hildur Luck papers contain travel documents, receipts, correspondence, and photographs documenting the life and experiences of Luck as a Swedish missionary in Uganda and Kenya.
The James Watson papers consist of a wide range of materials with assorted handwritten notes, loose articles, project binders, corporate-related papers, advertisements, commercial items, business correspondence, and personal papers. The collection also has many folder that has various material sorted by different turf concepts.
The Jamie Anderson papers consist of approximately 10 linear feet of material dating from 1960 to 2021. The collection consists of personal and business correspondence, ephemera, published articles and reviews, concert and album material, research, photographs, interviews, and recorded performances. Audio and video recordings will be transferred to a digital format for user access.
This collection consists of one box of materials about the poetry of Julia A. Moore, who in her heyday was called the Sweet Singer in Michigan. The collective consists of family pictures, correspondence to and clippings about Ms. Moore, correspondence by H. A. Greenly, copies of published works not individually catalogued in MSU Libraries, and photocopies of three of her works.
Papers, correspondence, and photos relating to Lane Holdcroft's development work in Africa and elsewhere; 1972-1995. These papers were donated along with dozens of books and documents that were added to the Main collection.
The Maida Tilchen papers consist of approximately 1.5 linear feet of material dating from 1973 to 2021. The collection consists of correspondence, unpublished essays, journal entries, published articles, concert ephemera, interviews with musicians, recordings of women’s music and other performances. Audio recordings will be transferred to a digital format for user access.