Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The David Dylan Jones papers contain manuscripts, typescripts, carbon copies, and printed matter of articles, poetry and correspondence relating to his membership in the Michigan State University Railroad Club, research interests in railrod history, and more broad literary activities, including his manuscript "Death, Van Dyke Style."
The Gladys-Marie Fry papers contain correspondence, drafts, publications, photographs, slides, research proposals, posters, newsclippings, and other materials relating to her extensive research of African-American folklore, quilts, and other topics.
The Julian Satterthwaite papers consist of photographs, correspondence, and research materials relating to Roma (Gypsy) people, primarily within the United Kingdom.
The Pascal James Imperato collection consists of photocopies of Louis Cheu de Hohnel's "Over Land and Sea in Earlier Times and More Recent Days (1857-1909). Being an Austrian Rear Admiral's Own Narrative of His Life" and a translation of Count Samuel Teleki's personal diary of explorations in East Africa translated into English by Charles and Vera Teleki with correspondence, biographical materials, and publications by Imperato and Geza Teleki on Samuel Teleki's explorations.
The Richard Whitlow papers are digital copies of his geographic publications relating to Dambos, soil conservation and erosion, prehistoric and contemporary gullying, land degradation, deforestation, land use, mapping, and other related topics in Zimbabwe.