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College buildings -- Michigan -- East Lansing

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:


 Digital Work
Identifier: effed517-6402-4d56-b568-7b55ed4f117e
Dates: 2022-06-07 - 2022-06-07


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Identifier: ed4bb7e2-f89d-4fa8-b356-e23852e8b925
Dates: 2022-06-10 - 2022-06-10


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Identifier: 19e70111-c4c6-48ab-aad7-deddd8d49a37
Dates: 2022-06-10 - 2022-06-10


 Digital Work
Identifier: e7cd9ded-be96-4066-b137-14ad882a27c3
Dates: 2022-06-16 - 2022-06-16


 Digital Work
Identifier: afa6e066-da55-4532-b6df-d055e6491000
Dates: 2022-06-16 - 2022-06-16


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Identifier: daf11d0d-8485-4bd0-a60b-27b83ca2da5e
Dates: 2022-06-16 - 2022-06-16

(66) Paolucci Demolition B-Roll WKAR Dub , December 20, 2007

 Item — Item DVCAM 2
Scope and Contents

Silent B-roll footage of the December 2007 destruction of the Paolucci building, a site used for the School of Home Economics. The building was named for Beatrice Paolucci, a College of Human Ecology faculty member at Michigan State. The building was razed to make room for the construction of the Broad Art Museum.

Dates: December 20, 2007

Alpha Phi Omega records

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-12.2.9
Scope and Contents The records of Alpha Phi Omega consist of meeting minutes, newsletters, and newspaper clippings spanning from 1937 through 2005. The collection also contains nineteen scrapbooks of various dates between 1949 and 2005. There are two copies of a booklet entitled The Campus Beautiful, which contains sketches and brief descriptions and histories of Michigan State University buildings. Also included are over-sized certificates from Michigan Governor John Engler, the State of Michigan, and the Cub...
Dates: 1937 - 2017

Bill Castanier collection

Identifier: UA-10.3.370
Scope and Contents This collection contains thirteen glass-plate negatives, depicting scenes of the campus of Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University), including farm and greenhouse buildings, the Chemical Laboratory, Morrill Hall, Agriculture Hall, and the original President's House. Although the images are undated, the buildings and dress suggest that they date to the late 1800s.Also included in this collection are a MSU Santa cartoon drawn by Phil Frank, and three decorated...
Dates: 1934 - 1935

Carolyn E. DiBiaggio papers

 Record Group
Identifier: UA-
Scope and Contents

The Carolyn E. DiBiaggio papers consist of reports about her activities to the Michigan State University Board of Trustees as well as photocopies of speeches and news clippings. The news clippings are arranged by subject with the majority of the materials about the Cowles House Society and its efforts to renovate the Cowles House, the President’s residence. The original documents can be found in Cowles House.

Dates: 1985 - 1987