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Kutsche Office of Local History files and publications

Identifier: GV070-02

Scope and Contents

Series contains miscellaneous files and publications from the Kutsche Office of Local History.


  • 2019


Access to the Materials

Collection is open for research use. Materials may be accessed by request at Special Collections and University Archives in Seidman House. Materials do not circulate.

Publication Rights

The collection is the physical property of Grand Valley State University, but all literary rights are retained by the original creators of materials, their estates, heirs, or third parties. It is the responsibility of the researcher to secure appropriate permissions for publication beyond the bounds of fair use.

Administrative History

The Kutsche Office was established with a generous gift to the University from Grand Rapids resident and retired anthropology professor, Dr. Paul Kutsche. The office is situated within the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies, and it's mission is to give voice to diverse communities through history. The Kutsche Office supports local history and cultural heritage institutions, organizations, and practitioners in West Michigan through expertise, networking, and collaborative projects.


0.24 Linear feet (1 box)

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See also The Kutsche Chronicle (GV070-01).
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Repository Details

Part of the Grand Valley State University Special Collections and University Archives Repository

Seidman House
1 Campus Drive
Allendale MI 49401 United States