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19th and 20th century literary correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-46
Collection Description Collection of 19th and early 20th century correspondence and autographs from American authors. Includes personal and official routine correspondence primarily to and from American writers, including Louisa May Alcott, Christopher Morley, H.L. Mencken, Bertrand Russell, Carl Sandburg, Upton Sinclair, and Erle Stanley Garnder. Collected by Harvey E. Lemmen.

461st Bomb Group (H) collection

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-133
Scope and Contents This collection contains a small amount of material collected by attendees at a 461st Bomb Group reunion. It includes reunion agendas, a 461st Bomb Group badge, and two essays written about the 461st Bomb Group.

AAPC. Audio Video Development Committee files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-04
Abstract Formed in 1964 by the director of the A-V unit to consider approaches to foundations to support the development of A-V program. The charge was expanded in 1965 to review the AV facilities and their use, make recommendations for development of the program. Also known as the Academic Affairs Policy Council, Subcommittee Five. Minutes and agendas from April 20, 1965-1966 of the subcommittee and minutes and agendas of the first four meetings October 1967-January 1968 of the Audio-Video Development...

AAPC. Committee to Plan the Erasmus Conference files

 Series — Box: 5
Identifier: GV090-02
Abstract In 1964, the AAPC created a committee to plan a conference for February 23-25 that invited speakers from neighboring colleges and scholars with a national reputation, student submission of papers in english, philosophy, and history, and music. Includes report to the Academic Affairs Policy Council and list of speakers that were, or were going to be, approached for an invitation to the event.

AAPC. Decentralization Subcommittee files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-05
Abstract The Decentralization Subcommittee, who reported to the Academic Affairs Policy Council, was created to give a complete overview and identify all possible objections to decentralization and to identify the degree to which they may or may not be valid. Collection contains reports of the Decentralization Subcommittee to the Academic Affairs Policy Council regarding the decentralization of the university into semi-autonomous units.

AAPC. Faculty Handbook Subcommittee files

 Series — Box: 44
Identifier: GV090-06
Abstract The Faculty Handbook Subcommittee, a committee of the Academic Affairs Policy Council, was charged with determining the information that would be included and operations for the publication of the faculty handbook. Collection contains meeting minutes for the Faculty Handbook Subcommittee.

AAPC. Library Advisory Committee files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-11
Abstract Advise the library on possible areas of library development as perceived by the faculty; to react to issues brought to them from the Library; to serve as a communication channel; to recommend to the Academic Senate in a timely manner on major policy issues and matters of general concern as identified by the Committee. Collection contains meeting minutes of the Committee.

AAPC. Role of Religion on Campus Subcommittee files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-07
Abstract The Role of Religion on Campus Subcommittee was created to make recommendations on the adoption of a college policy statement, plan for student religious ministries and organizations, an Academic Affairs Division policy governing religion in curriculum, and create a Committee on Public Programs. Collection contains minutes and memorandums of the committee.

AAPC. Student Conduct Subcommittee files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-08
Abstract The Student Conduct Subcommittee was created to write an honor code, student code of conduct for the control of student behavior on campus, and an appeal process. Collection contains meeting minutes, agendas, memorandums, and supportive data.

AAPC. Sub-Committee to Study Prizes files

 Series
Identifier: GV090-09
Abstract The Sub-Committee to Study Prizes was created to determine and grant awards for honors students. Collection contains reports, memorandums, and meeting minutes.

AAPC. Subcommittee on College Objectives vs. Student Body files

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV090-03
Abstract Subcommittee formed in 1965 to examine college objectives and program of instruction in comparison to the abilities of the student body. The study was based on the N.C.A. finding that the students fell short of the quality of the faculty. After the final report was submitted, the committee reconvened as the Subcommittee on College Objectives as related to the Student Body to conduct a survey of students who dropped out, and to consider raising enrollment requirements. Minutes, supporting...

AAUP Grand Valley Chapter files

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV084-01
Abstract The American Association of University Professors (AAUP) is a professional organization whose mission it is to shape American higher education by developing the standards and procedures that maintain quality in education and academic freedom in the country's colleges and universities. In 1963 Grand Valley received an invitation from Aquinas College to attend a meeting of the organization. In 1966 the Grand Valley Chapter drafted a constitution and in 1968 joined the Michigan Conference. The...

Abraham Lincoln glass plate copy negative

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-78
Collection Description An 8 X 10 glass plate copy negative of the photographic portrait, taken by an unknown photographer, from the portrait of Abraham Lincoln by Matthew Brady in 1862. A digital scan and digital print reproduction from the image is also included.

Abraham Lincoln postage stamp collection

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-130
Scope and Contents The collection consists of materials, compiled by collector Harvey E. Lemmen, as part of his extensive book, manuscript, ephemera and art collection on the life and death of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. The collection contains postage stamps, both used and unused, as well as decorative envelopes and assorted ephemera featuring Abraham Lincoln or commemmorating the events of Lincoln's life, death, and the United States Civil War.

Abraham Lincoln scrapbooks and ephemera

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Identifier: RHC-67
Collection Description The collection consists of materials, compiled by collector Harvey E. Lemmen, as part of his extensive book, manuscript, ephemera and art collection on the life and death of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Three large scrapbooks of newspaper clippings and articles from local and national press are titled, v. 1 Lincolniana: his assassination and funeral; v.2 Lincoln in pictures; v. 3 Lincoln in advertising. The boxes contain additional scrapbooks and loose scrapbook...

Academic Administration files

 Series
Identifier: GV002-02
Abstract The Academic Administration was comprised of President Lubbers and Vice Presidents Niemeyer and Loessin. It met from 1975-1976 to make decisions regarding academic budget priorities for each of the colleges, faculty and staff funds, and determine other academic policies. The collection includes meeting minutes, agendas, and memorandums from the Academic Administration.

University Accreditation reports

 Series
Identifier: GV004-07
Overview Reports, self-assessments, applications, strategic plans, and other documents relating to the institutional and departmental accreditation of Grand Valley State University.

Academic Affairs Policy Council (AAPC) files

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV090-01
Abstract Develops policy proposals for review by the Faculty Assembly. Acts as the steering committee of the Faculty Assembly. Members are the Vice President for Academic Affairs (Chairman), the Associate Dean, each academic divisional chairman or administrative division, and one member elected at large from the teaching staff by the Faculty Assembly. (This election is for a one-year term, and takes place at the first meeting of the Faculty Assembly each year). From 1964 to 1970, the AAPC made...

Academic Calendar

 Series — Box: 81
Identifier: GV028-39
Abstract The Academic Calendar was a calendar that marked various campus events and was distributed to the Grand Valley community for the academic year and later for each semester. A later version of the Academic Calendar was created for the 2002-2003 academic year.

Accountant reports and audits

 Series
Identifier: GV029-05
Collection Description Audit and accountant reports of Grand Valley's assets from 1968 to 1977. These annual audits were performed by external certified public accounting firms. These reports differ from internal audits by determining the adequacy of internal financial control and compliance with Government regulations and University policies.

Accounting Department files

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV035-10
Scope and Contents Series contains the administrative files of Donald Klein, Chair of the Accounting Department in Seidman School of Business, from 1973 to 1988. It was transferred to the archives in three accessions, in 1984, 1986, and 1988.

Action Yellowpages

 Series — Box: 110
Identifier: GV068-05
Abstract Student Activities semester resource guide-at-a-glance followed by GV Guide.

Advance Suburban Life

 Collection — Reel: 1-3
Identifier: RHP-41
Collection Description Collection contains microfilmed issues of Advance Suburban Life from 1982 to 1987.

Afro-American Gazette

 Collection
Identifier: RHP-24
Scope and Contents Published to serve the African American community in West Michigan. Published as Take Pride! Community after 1995.

Alabastine Company collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-100
Content Description Collection contains ephemera and realia of the Alabastine Company of Grand Rapids, Michigan. The collection primarily contains 70 issues of Brush & Pail, a monthly publication produced by the Alabastine Company. Issues range in date from 1909 to 1926. Collection also includes catalogs, brochures, and other printed materials, as well as a paint sample kit. The materials range in date from 1895 to 1948.

All-American Girls Professional Baseball League interviews

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-58
Collection Description Videotaped interviews and transcripts of the former players in the All-American Girls Professional Baseball League. The collection consists of interviews conducted by Grand Valley State University faculty and associates at reunions and other league events. Interviewees discuss their experience in the league and their lives after the league ceased to exist.

Almanac

 Series — Box: 65
Identifier: GV028-07
Abstract Student political intellectual newspaper published by a student organization of the same name. Almanac was intended to stimulate the minds of readers, present a broad range of issues, and serve as a problem solving and information organization. Published October 26, 1977 and November 8, 1977.

Mathias J. Alten papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-28
Collection Description The Mathias J. Alten papers document the personal life and career of the West Michigan painter. The collection includes biographical information, business records, exhibit catalogs, and newspaper clippings collected by family members.

Alumni directories

 Series
Identifier: GV008-01
Abstract Directories of names, addresses, year graduated, degree, and occupation of alumni of Grand Valley State College, Colleges, or University. Later directories have phone number, email address, and family information. Also includes reunion directories for the pioneer class of 1967, as well as class of 1969. Reunion years include 1968, 1986, 1992, 1994, 1995, 1997, 2001, 2003

Alumni events and program files

 Series
Identifier: GV008-06
Scope and Contents Files include founding documents of the Grand Valley Alumni Association, directories, Distinguished Alumni awards, program and events files.

Alumni Magazine

 Series
Identifier: GV008-03
Abstract Publication of the Alumni Office. Official publication of GVSC Alumni Association containing GVSC news, updates on campus life, and connection opportunities. Formerly titled Alumni Office Magazine. Spring 1970-Fall 1970

Amaranthus

 Series — Box: 66-69
Identifier: GV028-08
Abstract Student literary publication of writings, artwork, and photography submitted by students and selected by the editors. Succeeded by Italics and Fishladder. Missing issues 1973, 1981, 1983-1988.

American picture postcard collection

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-103
Content Description This artificially created collection contains approximately 660 picture picture postcards, dating from 1895 to 1970, with the bulk of the cards dating between 1900 and 1920. The collection contains illustrated postcards, real photo postcards, advertising postcards, and occasional postcards, addressed to a variety of individuals.

D.J. Angus photographs and films

 Collection — Box: 1-70
Identifier: RHC-04
Scope and Contents The D. J. Angus photograph collection consists of over 10,000 negatives and prints from ca. 1900-1960s. They were taken by Angus in his birth place of Wisconsin; his home in Grand Haven, Michigan; his places of work Indianapolis, Indiana, and Lansing, Michigan (Michigan Agricultural College); and on recreational trips throughout the southwest, south, and Mexico.

Angus family papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-60
Collection Description This collection of family papers contains family history information, marriage certificates, deeds, a friendship book belonging to Alice Griffin, and correspondence between Alice, her friends and family and her future husband J.J. Angus. Routine correspondence and the friendship book includes mention of women’s rights, abolition, Quakers, and the Sodus Bay Phalanx utopian community. Patents of J.J. Angus and schoolwork of D.J. Angus are included in the family papers.Correspondence...

Annual class schedules

 Series
Identifier: GV025-01
Abstract Class schedules include some from Thomas Jefferson College and William James College. Catalogs offered online only after 2007.

Annual financial reports

 Series — Box: 1-10
Identifier: GV029-01
Abstract Audited financial reports are required by the State of Michigan to be submitted annually by state-supported institutions of higher education. The Controller’s Office compiles the reports for the President and the Board of Trustees. Annual report of the fiscal affairs of Grand Valley State University is required to be filed by the State of Michigan. The report is audited and certified prior to submission. It includes financial reports and summaries of the strengths and accomplishments of the...

Annual Health Report: Transforming Health Care

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV048-01
Overview Grand Valley State University is the major provider of health care professionals in the West Michigan area. The Office of the Vice Provost for Health oversees the programs, centers, departments, and labs relating to health services education. The Annual Health Report was first published in 2014 and highlights examples of GVSU's health innovations and accomplishments in education, research, practice, and service.

Annual Security and Fire Safety Report

 Series
Identifier: GV249-01
Overview Annual Security and Fire Safety Report provides an overview of University campus security and safety resources, protocols, policies and procedures. Security materials include campus security and personal safety information, timely warning notice policy, crime rates and statistics for the previous three years, FBI definitions of crime categories, emergency response and evacuation, missing student notification policy, sexual assault procedures, police and security services, reporting criminal...

Daniel M. Arbour papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-92
Collection Description Collection contains papers relating to Daniel M. Arbour of Redford, Michigan, spanning from 1845 to 1874. Includes five letters to his daughter in Michigan, dated 1861-1864; two envelopes are Wells, Fargo & Co. covers, one with three stamps; two letters announcing his death, another regarding his property, a lock of dark brown hair, and miscellaneous papers including poetry, a Detroit marriage certificate, an invitation to a ball and an obituary.

ARChive

 Series — Box: 81
Identifier: GV028-37
Abstract Collaborative newsletter by Advising Resource Center and Multicultural Affairs Office.

Area Studies Center Newsletter

 Series — Box: 125
Identifier: GV075-01
Abstract Combined newsletter for Africa and African American Studies, East Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, and Middle East Studies.

Arts Alive

 Series — Box: 59
Identifier: GV017-07
Abstract Newsletter for Community for Arts Center of Thomas Jefferson College containing information about theatre, music, and the arts. Published 7 times a year. September 1974-May 1975.

Arts and Humanities News

 Series — Box: 85
Identifier: GV034-04
Abstract Continuation of Humanities News, Research and Development Center newsletter.

Diary of David M. Austin

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-63
Collection Description Handwritten diary maintained by David M. Austin of Elsie, Michigan. The diary is written in a day book. Entries begin on January 1, 1913 and conclude on December 31st 1916. Austin records the details of his everyday life including the weather, his work around the farm and jobs he is hired to do, and details of friends and family.

Inserted in the diary are a newspaper article, a poem, and a program from a Merchant of Venice performance.

Author Recognition Bibliography

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV043-08
Scope and Contents Starting in 2007, Grand Valley State University Libraries has annually recognized and honored faculty and staff who published work within the past year. Publication examples include books, chapters, articles, proceeding papers, visual media, short stories, or other published work. A printed bibliography citing accomplishments is created in conjunction with this event.

Babylon Free Press, The

 Series — Box: 70
Identifier: GV028-09
Abstract Radical political student alternative newspaper published as a collective effort by the Duck-Pond Coop. Published in 3 issues from February 17, March 10, and April 20, 1971.

Bachelder, Curtis, and Kellogg family correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-75
Collection Description Correspondence consisting of 94 letters (many with their original envelopes) between family members and relatives, and from friends, dealing primarily with family and domestic matters, social engagements, attendance at Antioch College, and travel to Orange Heights, Florida and Santa Cruz, California. Two letters are from a Forty-Niner in the California gold fields. Printed items include invitations to events held at Hallowell House (Maine) 1835-1840. Primary Correspondents:...

Ralph Belknap Baldwin papers

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Identifier: RHC-07
Collection Description Includes technical correspondence, primarily astronomical; correspondence concerning the publication of the book, "The Deadly Fuze" articles, general correspondence, speeches, copies of personal papers and an autobiography called "The Life of Ralph Baldwin" for which supplements were added annually.

Balinese palm-leaf manuscript

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-72
Collection Description Balinese palm-leaf manuscript (lontar). Manuscript is made from dried palm leaves and bound between wood blocks by a cord running through the middle of the blocks and each leaf. A coin is tied to the cord. Translation of this document, conducted in 1973, speculates that this may not be authentic to the period (prior to the 19th century when printing presses were introduced), and may have been created for commercial purposes. The first 27 pages are lists of words seeming to bear no relationship...

Gertrude Barrette photograph album

 Item
Identifier: RHC-127
Content Description One photograph album, 233 x 319 cm. 37 leaves. Dark blue embossed cloth over thin boards with "Photographs" embossed in gold on cover. Contains 256 black-and-white photographs of various sizes, the majority identified with dates, places, and names. All are attached to the album leaves with corner mounts, although there are a number of photographs which had been removed before acquisition. The majority of the photographs were taken in West Warwick, Rhode Island and Fall River,...

F.W. Beasecker papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-29
Collection Description These military records and personal papers document the career and personal life of Lt. (later Capt.) F.W. Beasecker, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Military records include diaries, correspondence, orders, blueprints and plans, manuals, and correspondence. Other military records include publications, artifacts and memorabilia. Photographs of training at Camp Edwards, Massachusetts; visit to the Gibbon Boat Works in New Orleans, manufacturer of parts for the LCVP; housing in Carabelle, Florida;...

Belarusian Digest

 Collection
Identifier: RHP-23
Scope and Contents Published monthly by Belarusian Digest to serve the Belarusian speaking community in West Michigan.

Belletristic Journal

 Series — Box: 70
Identifier: GV028-10
Abstract A forum for the creative talents of the students of GVSU. 1998.

Victor Belmonte letters to Emma Simila

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-107
Content Description Collection contains 59 letters, cards, and envelopes addressed to Emma Simila, her mother Maria, and her sister Elma from a variety of correspondents, dated from July 1939 to February 1975. Correspondents include Victor Belmonte (see biography above) who is responsible for bulk of the items, 1941-1943. Other identified writers are: Ernest Eino Mytty (1912-1954) was born in Michigan to parents of Finnish heritage; he was a machine operator in a Muskegon factory and...

Correspondence and diaries of Civil War surgeon, John Bennitt

 Collection — Box: 1-2
Identifier: RHC-43
Collection Description The collection consists of over 200 letters from John Bennitt to his wife and daughters. In them he shared his life as a student at the University of Michigan and detailed observations of army life, including dramatic battles, his medical trials in the field and army hospitals, and character sketches of his regimental comrades, captured Confederates, and local southern citizens. Three diaries accompany the correspondence. The first volume (Sept. 1, 1863-Jan. 26, 1864) details...

Harry A. Berne letters

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-119
Scope and Contents In the collection are 292 letters and envelopes. 207 were written by Harry Berne and sent to his parents and sister in St. Louis, dating from 29 January 1947 to 11 September 1949, with a few significant gaps. 49 letters were written to Harry by his sister, Marie Berne, dating from 30 January to 19 April 1947; 17 letters were written to Harry by his parents, Henry and Marigold Berne, dating from 5 February to 15 April 1947. Finally, there are 19 letters written to Harry and other relatives...

Biddle, Harry A. letters

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-105
Content Description Collection contains 33 letters written by Harry A. Biddle, Carpenters Mate, 2nd Class, 61st Naval Construction Battalion (Seabees), Company C, 2nd Platoon, to his wife Mary. 14 April 1943 to 9 January 1944. She was living at 2067 Nereid Avenue, Apt. 66, Bronx, New York through 1943, and relocated to Cos Cob, Connecticut in January 1944.Contents generally describe conditions in and around the 61st N.C.B. stationed at Guadalcanal in the Solomon Islands, although the location is...

Biennial Conference on Chemical Education (BCCE) records

 Series
Identifier: GV031-07
Collection Description Contains electronic planning and program documents, website, and photographs, as well as conference materials and memorabilia of the Biennial Conference on Chemical Education hosted by Grand Valley State Unviersity from August 3-7, 2014.

Grace Bedell Billings correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-74
Collection Description Correspondence to Grace Bedell Billings from friends, family, and from individuals requesting autographs and information about the letter she sent to Lincoln, 1925-1928.

Biology Department files

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV246-01
Content Description Collection contains Grand Valley Biology Department files. Includes memoranda, minutes, curriculum development files, self evaluation reports, student assessment reports, and other files related to the history of the department.

Bits & Bytes

 Series — Box: 97
Identifier: GV045-03
Abstract Occasional news publication of Information Technology.

Board of Trustees administrative files

 Series
Identifier: GV001-03
Abstract Grand Valley State University is an institution of higher education established by the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and governed by the Board of Trustees (previously Board of Control). The Board consists of eight members appointed by the Michigan governor and confirmed by the Senate. The legal authority for GVSU is vested in the Board of Trustees. Such decisions as those regarding fiscal matters, academic programs, and the employment of University faculty and staff are ultimately made by the...

Board of Trustees minutes and board books

 Series
Identifier: GV001-01
Abstract Grand Valley State University is an institution of higher education established by the Michigan Constitution of 1963 and governed by the Board of Trustees (previously Board of Control). The Board consists of eight members appointed by the Michigan governor and confirmed by the Senate. The legal authority for GVSU is vested in the Board of Trustees. Such decisions as those regarding fiscal matters, academic programs, and the employment of University faculty and staff are ultimately made by the...

Boccaccio's Discourse

 Series — Box: 127
Identifier: GV243-01
Abstract The Grand Valley Writing Center, part of the Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies Fred Meijer Center for Writing and Michigan Authors, was created in 1979. It began as a student academic tutoring resource that was introduced along with the SWS program. Boccaccio's Discourse began in 1996 and ended after the 1999-2000 academic year, but changed the title to Write Club at the beginning of the 2000-2001 academic year. Collection contains issues of the newsletter.

James E. Boring papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-90
Collection Description Collection contains the business and personal papers of James Boring, spanning from 1949 to 1986. The business files primarily document Boring's activities as the Director of Ground Transportation Division of Air Asia Company Limited in Taipei, Taiwan in the 1960s and early 1970s. Also included in the collection are personal papers, including documentation of Boring's employment history, moving records, personal correspondence.

Judson T. Bradford papers

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-41
Collection Description Collection documents the involvement of Judson Bradford and other residents of Holland, Michigan in the founding of Grand Valley State University. Materials include Citizen Advisory Council records, correspondence with L. William Seidman and others, GVSC publications and promotional materials, notices and invitations, and newspaper articles. Also includes interview conducted in 2011 by President's Office for Grand Valley's 50th Anniversary and an employee stock ownership advocacy notebook...

Brickyard

 Series — Box: 70
Identifier: GV028-11
Abstract Collection of student literature published by Ellipsis, a student literary organization. 1995-1996.

Bridge, The

 Series — Box: 108
Identifier: GV056-07
Abstract Career Services Office bi-annual newsletter for and by faculty. Winter 1996-Winter 2004.

Bronze Mirror, The

 Series — Box: 125
Identifier: GV075-03
Abstract East Asian Studies newsletter.

Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies annual reports

 Series
Identifier: GV040-01
Overview The Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies at GVSU challenges students to integrate the perspectives, knowledge, and methodologies of multiple fields of study. It offers several major and minor areas of study which have social justice components to them, such as Liberal Studies; Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; Area Studies; LGBTQ Studies; and Environmental Studies. Brooks College of Interdisciplinary Studies was named after Jim and Donna Brooks of Holland, Michigan.

Bulb, The

 Series — Box: 71
Identifier: GV028-12
Abstract Newsletter published by the students of the biomedical communications program after the GVSC reorganization. May 1983.

Bull Frog Pond

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV017-08
Abstract Information about campus events, advice to Thomas Jefferson College students, op-ed pieces. The name was brought back in 1995 for a special edition sent out to TJC alumni containing a history of TJC, reconnection opportunities, and works submitted by TJC alumni. Succeeded by TJC Newsletter following suspension of the program. 1970-1973, 1995.

Business Direct Weekly

 Collection
Identifier: RHP-34
Scope and Contents Published to serve the West Michigan business community. Subsequently published as Michigan Business Review.

Business Outlook: The Quarterly Report for West Michigan

 Series — Box: 91
Identifier: GV035-08
Abstract Quarterly journal published by the Upjohn Institute and the Seidman School of Business to assess and project business activity in the West Michigan area. (Collaboration with GVSU).

Campaign and promotions files

 Series
Identifier: GV002-05
Overview Records, calendars, clippings, programs and other promotional materials relating to the buildings, groundbreakings and dedication ceremonies of GVSU campuses in Allendale, Grand Rapids, and Muskegon, Michigan.

In 2012 the President's office shared the responsibility with Development for projects on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses. Materials combined along with other promotional materials related to the events.

Campus and building planning files

 Series
Identifier: GV002-06
Scope and Contents Series contains proposals, project descriptions, plans and drawings, schematics and other planning documents about Grand Valley buildings and spaces on the Allendale and Grand Rapids campuses.

Campus Connection events calendar

 Series — Box: 111
Identifier: GV068-07
Abstract Student Activities events guide-at-a-glance monthly calendar.

Campus Connection Magazine

 Series — Box: 111
Identifier: GV068-08
Abstract Student Activities events guide-at-a-glance monthly magazine.

Campus Wellness

 Series — Box: 109
Identifier: GV062-02
Abstract Office of Health, Recreation and Wellness newsletter.

Capt. Crisis Access Handbook (Delta Access)

 Series — Box: 52
Identifier: GV016-06
Abstract Guide to the solution of common problems and a resource guide published with Urban and Environmental Studies Institute. Contained information about resources to help with life's problems such as being evicted or job hunting. Summer 1973.

Capt. Crisis Survival Handbook (Delta Access)

 Series — Box: 52
Identifier: GV016-07
Abstract Second issue of the guide to the solution of common problems and resource guide published with the Urban and Environmental Studies Institute.

Career News

 Series — Box: 102
Identifier: GV056-03
Abstract Continuation of GVSC Career Newsletter by Counseling Center and Placement Office and Student Employment Office.

Career Newsletter

 Series — Box: 102
Identifier: GV056-02
Abstract Continuation of GVSC Career News by Career Planning and Counseling Center. Designed to piece together current trend and interesting developments in the area of career planning. 1979-January 1991.

Career Pathfinder: Planning your career at Grand Valley

 Series — Box: 102
Identifier: GV056-05
Abstract Publication of the Student Development Offices.

Cass County Underground Railroad research collection

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-34
Collection Description The collection consists of photocopies of original documents and articles, and newspaper clippings ca. 1841-2008, related to the Underground Railroad, and genealogies of Underground Railroad operatives, free African Americans, and fugitives seeking freedom and their descendents.

Elizabeth Cecil writings and correspondence

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-21
Collection Description The Elizabeth Cecil collection documents the work of Ms. Cecil written under the pseudonym Clarence Conway. Her correspondence with acquaintances and publishers document her efforts to publish her work. Writings include short stories, plays, poems, songs, short essays and scenarios for movies.

Center for Continuing Education annual report

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV026-03
Abstract This annual report is a summary of the continuing education activities conducted during the 1978-1979 fiscal year. The report represents a variety of academic units that extend programs to evening and off campus students. A review of the programs and relevant statistical data are included.

Faculty research and distinguished contribution award files

 Series
Identifier: GV027-01
Collection Description Research and Development files from 1969, maintained by Chair Howard Stein and others, include minutes, memos and correspondence, other administrative records and reports, and grant proposal files. Funded and denied grant proposal files from 1977/8 for research support may also include Human Research Committee files, stipends, and travel files. After 1983 the committee managed the Distinguished Contribution awards.

Citizen Bee records

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-30
Collection Description This collection includes organizational records, contest materials, photographs, and videos of Michigan and national competitions.

CIV Student Newsletter

 Series — Box: 65
Identifier: GV018-02
Abstract Newsletter by the students of College IV.

Civil War and slavery collection

 Collection
Identifier: RHC-45
Collection Description Personal and official documents and correspondence related to the American Civil War and to the institution of slavery, collected by Harvey E. Lemmen. A selection of documents from 10 states related to the ownership of slaves and abolition, 1805-1864; and correspondence and documents of the soldiers who fought in the War to and from family members and officials. Further includes 1914 letter from Robert Lincoln and accounts written after the War, as late as 1943, related to Abraham Lincoln and...

Civil War era cartes-de-visite album

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-84
Collection Description Civil War era cartes-de-visite family album of unknown origin. Identified images only of Stonewall Jackson, and Gen. G. T. Beauregard and commercial prints of Com. Hollis and carte-de-visite of plant. Leather-bound carte-de-visite album with brass clasp. Oval or rectangular cut-out pages include hand painted Stars and Bars Confederate flag in first page; 9 full-portrait carte-de-visites of 3 men, 4 women, and 2 pairs; 16 head shots of 10 men and 6 women. Also included are 9 tintypes in...

Civil War patriotic envelopes

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-49
Collection Description The patriotic envelope was a war-time propaganda phenomenon produced by both the North and the South during the Civil War. This collection of primarily Union patriotic envelopes depicts battles, flags, eagles, political satire, and caricatures of Abraham Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Gen. McClellan, Col. Elmore Ellsworth, and other political heroes. Envelopes often have mottos and verses. They were first made for the mails and then as souvenirs.

Clear Hooter

 Series — Box: 6-8
Identifier: GV012-06
Abstract A daily news-gram reporting on campus events and announcements supplementing the student newspaper, the Lanthorn. Succeeded by Daily Events in 1981. Spring 1970-Fall 1980

Clio's Register

 Series — Box: 98
Identifier: GV051-01
Abstract Newsletter for history majors.

Coalition News

 Series
Identifier: GV031-13
Abstract Coalition for Excellence in Science and Math Education monthly publication. Other titles include Science Update (1979-1986); Science & Mathematics Update (1987-1993); and InterChange (1994- present).

Colleagues

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV030-01
Abstract A biannual publication for education professionals exploring pertinent issues in education such as legislation and teaching methods. Fall 1997-present.

Dean’s administrative and curriculum files

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Identifier: GV018-01
Collection Description Dean's files, administrative files, curriculum files and class modules.

College of Arts and Sciences administrative records

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV034-09
Scope and Contents This record series contains publications, Dean's Office files, faculty committee files, divisional, and department files from the College of Arts and Sciences, spanning from 1964 to about 1998, with the bulk of the files dating between 1967 and 1979. Publications include course offerings, calendars, and schedules from the 1960s and 1970s, program brochures from the 1970s and 1980s, and manuals for faculty and department chairmen from the late 1960s to the mid-1970s.The...

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