Found in 52 Collections and/or Records:
The collection contains diaries, correspondence, manuscripts, course notes, photographs, autobiographical information, both personal and professional, of Rollin H. Baker, Museum Director and Professor in the Department of Zoology and the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University.
The Rural Free Delivery Service, established on December 20, 1899, was the first free delivery service in the United States. This collection consists of a hand-drawn map showing the original route of Rural Postal Wagon D, of Carroll County, Maryland. A list of families receiving mail in the route cities of Union Mill and Mayberry, Maryland, is written on the back of the map.
This collection consists of Ture Johnson's papers including photographs of Johnson in his ROTC band uniform, commencement programs from 1937, band roster for the 1936 season, dance cards, and a Michigan State College B.S. diploma from 1937. There is also a map of campus published by Redfern and Reynolds and drawn by James F. Trott in 1940.