East Lansing (Mich.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 51 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description The M. Donald McGavin collection contains material from a scrapbook and photographs reflecting McGavin's time as a student. The scrapbook material contains student memorabilia, material related to being a teaching assitant in the Department of Veterinary Medicine, rosters from the Department of Veterinary Medicine, Faculty Folk Club information, Theater Department and Lecture Concert Series programs. Also included are photographs showing University Village, East Lansing, and Veterinary...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a copy of a book prepared by the staff and students of the Marble Elementary School in East Lansing, Michigan that was placed in a time capsule as a Bicentennial project. The book gives a brief history and description of the school. It also contains class schedules, and students' descriptions of classes and special events. An issue of the Marble School Newsletter is included, as well as lists of the staff members and the student body. Sections of the book focus on...
Scope and Contents The collection contains photographs of East Lansing, Michigan, and the campus of Michigan Agricultural College (now Michigan State University). Included are views of the Agriculture Building and its mechanic's room, as well as several pictures of the Veterinary Building, the Dairy Barn, and the Dairy Building. There are several photographs of Bill's champion cow, Johanna, as well as a Belgian Stallion, and pigs that belonged to the college.Also in the collection is a songbook...
Dates: 1918 - 1921
Content Description The Paul Shirilla collection contains Michigan State University and regional flyers and bulletins relating to protests of ROTC and the Vietnam War. Also included is material about a student strike of classes. There is also an ASMSU referendum ballot or survey about the strike issues, statements from Michigan State University President Wharton, an issue of Faculty News, and an issue of Swill and Squeal. Other materials include environmental activism flyers, an MSU Environmental Teach-In...
Dates: 1970-1973, 1979, undated
Scope and Contents The Richard Hammerstein collection contains magazines, timetables, maps, and other materials dealing with the history of the C & O Railroad and Lansing, Michigan railroads. Most of the materials are from the 1950s.Photocopies of railroad timetables for various railroads dating from 1872, 1907, and 1909 are also included in the collection. Additionally, the collection contains programs for East Lansing's Golden Anniversary in 1947 and Lansing's Centennial in 1959. Also...
Dates: 1872-1959, undated
Scope and Content The Robert Hicks family papers consists of family documents, oral history interviews, memorabilia, and two published family histories. The bulk of the collection is contained in an album and three folders consisting of photographs, news articles, documents, family histories, and a history of the development of the "Flowerpot" subdivision in East Lansing, Michigan. The album's arrangement is based on subject content, the first part detailing the history of the Hicks family...
Dates: 1836 - 2008; Majority of material found within 1836 - 1986
Scope and Contents of the Papers The collection consists largely of survey field books, survey maps, and diaries of Roy James Robb. His diaries contain brief notes related to the surveys, which were done in Ingham, Clinton, Barry, Iosco, Mackinac, and other counties in Michigan. Also in the collection are nineteenth century survey papers and field books, which he purchased to use for reference. Among the papers of Ingham County Surveyors are surveys by Anson Jackson, the first County Surveyor (1838-1848),...
Dates: 1824 - 1957