Found in 42 Collections and/or Records:
This collection contains selected issues of the Lansing State Journal: the Farmers' Week Magazine Section, 1937, 1939-1945, 1951; Mid-Century Edition, 1950; and Centennial Edition, 1955. Also included are copies of the August 14, 1945 announcing the surrender of the Japanese to the Allied Forces.
The Larry Tate papers contain clippings on MSU Student activism and "The Paper," Tate family photographs, published writings, numerous journals written by Tate while living within the Gay community of San Francisco, California, and eulogies by Tate's friends.
This collection contains correspondence, documents from the Vincent Voice Library, Maurice Crane's teaching notes and cassette tapes for classes he taught, photographs, newspaper clippings, and publications. The cassette tapes contain speeches of famous people and events.
Also in the collection are materials related to the Geriatric Six Plus One band, such as newspaper clippings, flyers/announcements, and photographs.
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.