Found in 62 Collections and/or Records:
The records contain notes and outlines from various history classes, student manuals and course descriptions. Also included is the newsletter African American Voices in: The Academy for 1991-1994. In addition there are course packs from History 320: Michigan History from 1985 to 1993, as well as a program from the 1857 dedication of Michigan Agricultural College.
The records of this department are divided into two series: (1) Administrative and (2) Research and Studies. Administrative series includes reports, faculty, staff and graduate student directories, and some short pieces on the department history and of the Statistical Laboratory. The Research and Studies series includes papers authored by the department faculty (1972 – 1979).
Annual Reports for 1956 – 1969 are stored separately.
The scrapbook of Ellen Jean Fry contains photographs of faculty and friends, programs, invitations, tickets, and newspaper and magazine clippings relating to campus life at Michigan Agricultural College. Memorabilia include similar items.
The collection contains one letter, dated October 11, 1908, from Emery Sherwood to his mother describing student life at Michigan State University. The topics include expenses, class rush, and the University of Michigan football game and the celebration afterward.