Found in 63 Collections and/or Records:
The A. W. Sutton papers contain receipts from Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University) for room and board, subscriptions to "The College Speculum", and enrollment fees from 1881-1883. The collection also contains a few pieces of handwritten poetry as well as quotes.
The Advocates for Latino Students Advancement in Michigan Education records consist of bylaws, meeting minutes, correspondence, reports, promotional materials, and ephemera from both the predecessor organization College Recruitment Association for Hispanics (CRAH) and Advocates for Latino Students Advancement in Michigan Education (ALSAME).
The Andrew Hunt collection includes tax receipts (1844-1866) for land in Ingham County, Michigan, a road district labor assessment for Ingham Township, Ingham County, Michigan (1882), a copy of American Swineherd for July 1891, a People's Party state ticket for New York (circa 1870), a National Greenback ticket (circa 1884), and a brochure (1872) describing the Dodge Reaper and Mower.
These are items produced by MPLA (Movimento Popular de Libertacao de Angola) and UNITA (Uniao Nacional para a Independencia Total de Angola) for 2012 National Assembly election—only the third since independence. Materials include: 5 badges, 3 ball caps, 1 bracelet, 4 flags, 1 key chain, 1 musical bottle opener, 1 pen, 1 pendant, 1 plastic bag, 1 polo shirt, 1 sun hat, 3 t-shirts, 1 tie clip, 1 tote bag, 1 umbrella, and 1 USB drive.
This collection is made up of miscellaneous tickets, most of them for railroad use. There are tickets from the Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company, Michigan Central Rail Road; Peoples Transit Company; Chicago & Michigan Lake Shore Rail Road; The North-Western Line; Chicago & North-Western Railway. Also there is a lottery ticket and advertisements for the Railroad Hotel of Detroit and Pan American Exposition souvenirs.
The Bonnie J. Morris Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival collection consist of approximately 0.5 linear feet of personal items from the Michigan Womyn’s Music Festival dating approximately from 1995 to 2015. The collection includes journals, stage notes, and ephemera.
The collection consists a booklet titled "The Technique of Good Manners: a handbook for College Men" by Mary Perin Barker (1935), a June 1932 commencement program, a MSC Concert Course program featuring George Barrere, Lewis Richards and Michael Press (March 2, 1932), "Songs of Michigan State College" (1931), a Green Splash Women's Swimming Club program (April 27, 1932), and an oversize sheet of red tissue paper with Japanese characters.