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The publication presents brief biographical sketches (and photographic reproductions) of women considered by the committee to be influential in the history of Michigan from 1701-1977.
This collection consists of materials relating to Frank Peabody's time as a student at Michigan State College, as well as his career as a professor at Michigan State University. Included are correspondence, photographs, newspapers, course materials, publications, and materials from the Summer Institute in Biology.
The papers include some correspondence, course materials, bibliographies, honors and newspaper clippings on Wallace. The bulk of the materials are copies and reprints of articles that were written by Wallace. The materials deal primarily with the field of ornithology including a statement given to the House Subcommittee on Fisheries and Wildlife on the effects of DDT in 1960. Also included are issues of the Michigan Pesticide Council Newsletter.
The George W. Bird papers consist of the article “History of Michigan Phytonematology” by Bird published in 1975 in Nematology News Letter. In the article, Bird writes about the people who studied Michigan nematodes.