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Scope and Contents Serving the people of Maple Rapids and surrounding territory. Published under the title Maple Rapids Press after 1930.
Dates: Publication: 1926-1929
Scope and Contents Serving the people of Maple Rapids and surrounding territory. Previously published as Maple Rapids American, 1926-1929.
Dates: Publication: 1930-1942
Collection — Box: 1
Collection Description Certified copy of a transcript of a hearing by the Marine Board of Investigation, Manistee, Michigan in October 1967. The Board investigated the loss of, and damage to, numerous vessels with loss of life. The wreck occurred on the eastern coast of Lake Michigan near Point Betsie, Michigan, during high winds and heavy seas on or about 23 September 1967.
Dates: 1967 October 5-7, 9
Collection Description The Russell Mawby collection documents the life and work of Michigan-born Russell Mawby from 1928 to the present. Mawby was the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the W. K. Kellogg Foundation for twenty-five years and is recognized for his work in the area of philanthropy in the United States, Latin America, and Europe. From an early age his parents instilled in him the importance of a good education. This along with farming and agriculture, Boy Scouts, and 4-H programs, influenced the...
Dates: 1938 - 2012
Scope and Contents The Mike McDonnell papers contain materials documenting aspects of Mike McDonnell’s professional and personal life as an artist spanning from 1959 to 2010. The collection includes typed narratives and handwritten biographies; typed lists of awards, achievements, and praises from various sources; correspondence to and from Mike McDonnell through letters and emails; gallery rejection letters to Mike McDonnell from over 72 different galleries; magazines and newspaper clippings featuring McDonnell...
Series — Box: 1-3
Abstract Official journal of the Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program by Advising Resources and Special Programs.
Dates: 1997 - 2015
Scope and Contents Published every other week for the West Michigan business community. Formerly published as The Shoreline Business Monthly.
Dates: Publication: 2003-2008
Abstract The Association of Governing Boards and Presidents of State Universities and Colleges of Michigan was formed on Nov. 20, 1957 to consider problems of higher education common to the membership. The group presented an annual award to distinguished faculty and outstanding students “in recognition of a treasured Michigan resource and the promise it represents for out states’ future.” The Association was disbanded in 2001. Award files, 1984-2000, were maintained by the Provost and contain...
Scope and Contents Although dating from the middle ages, the autograph album became very popular in the latter part of the 19th century. They were used to collect signatures of family members, friends, neighbors, and classmates and often displayed examples of fine penmanship, personal sentiments, verse, and drawings. Many varieties of commercially-available albums were produced, often with color lithograph vignettes on some pages; format was usually oblong with the average size being about 4½ x 7 inches....
Dates: 1876 - 1960
Scope and Contents Published weekly to serve the business community in the lower part of the Lower Peninsula. Previously published as Business Direct Weekly.
Dates: Publication: 2005-2011
Scope and Contents Published to serve the West Michigan business community as the magazine for millionaires, movers and shakers.
Dates: Publication: 1996
Scope and Contents Oral histories collected from 2006 to 2008, based on the StoryCorps model, which take the form of conversations between friends, family members, or colleauges focused on their motivations, experiences and aspirations related to their experience with philanthropy. Each session is guided by a trained StoryCorps Door-to-door facilitator and framed by a set of guiding questions. Each oral history is 40 minutes in length.
Dates: 2006 - 2008
Collection — Box: 1-15
Collection Description The card index of Michigan place names may include the following fields of information: Place name, map source, latitude, longitude, elevation, township, range quarter, remarks and researcher initials. Each card also has a category for the type of place (river, mountain, plain, city, dry river bed, church, lake, railroad). Copies of the Geological Survey map can be found in the control file.
Dates: 1984 - 1984
Series — Box: 1-2
Abstract The Regional Math and Science Center (RMSC) serves students, teachers, parents, school districts, business and industry and other organizations interested and involved in mathematics and science education. Included are programs and other materials related to the Michigan Regional Science Olympiad held at Grand Valley annually from 1985.
Dates: 1985 - 2016
Collection — Box: 1
Collection Description The collection includes envelopes and postcards cancelled by the Michigan Soldiers’ Home post office. Each page of the collection contains the item and a typed explanation of the cancel. The collection also includes images of the Soldiers Home and letters and postcards to and from residents of the home collected separately.
Collection — Reel: 1-8
Collection Description Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Michigan Times newspaper of Grand Rapids from January 1938 to December 1962.
Dates: Publication: January 7, 1938 - December 15, 1962
Scope and Contents Published for women in Michigan, “A record and confirmation of women’s voices.”
Dates: Publication: 1994-1995
Series — Box: 109
Abstract Newsletter for GVSU and Muskegon Community College students.
Overview Milton E. Ford (1942-2014), professor of liberal studies at Grand Valley and founding director of the university’s LGBT Resource Center, joined Grand Valley’s faculty in 1973 and celebrated receiving his 40-year service award in December 2013. A compassionate teacher and lifelong researcher, Ford will best be remembered for leading efforts to integrate the LGBT community with university academics and its student life. Ford also served as faculty advisor to Out N About, Grand Valley’s...
Dates: 1998 - 2014
Scope and Contents Series contains video DVDs of lectures and events hosted by the Milton Ford LGBT Resource Center from 2009 to 2016.
Dates: 2009 - 2016
Series — Box: 84
Abstract Newsletter containing news and announcements regarding the School of Education. September 1999-June 2001.
Series — Box: 109
Abstract Newsletter of black, Indian, and Latino activities at GVS published by the Office of Minority Affairs.
Series — Box: 51
Abstract Journal on culture, education, and society published by William James College.
Collection Description The collection documents contract work during the 1940s and 1950s with Westinghouse, General Electric, steel companies, the auto industry and U.S. Navy yards in California and Virginia. Master group sheet forms include contract number, group name and number, drawing number, and machine type. Contract files contain plans and drawings, correspondence, and purchase orders. A description of the plant at that time by a representative of The Weekly Muskegon Chronicle is included in the collection.
Series — Box: 84
Abstract Arts & Humanities newsletter.
Abstract The National Poetry Festival, organized by Grand Valley faculty Robert Vas Dias as a program of the Thomas Jefferson College, was a 10-day experience of art, poetry, and engagement with artistic personalities. Workshops, discussions, readings, related performances and exhibits were held during the summer on the Allendale campus in 1971, 1973, and 1975. In attendance at the first Festival were poets Paul Blackburn, Gregory Corso, David Henderson, Toby Olson, John Logan, Robert Kelly, Al Young,...
Abstract The Regional Math and Science Center (RMSC) serves students, teachers, parents, school districts, business and industry and other organizations interested and involved in mathematics and science education. Science Olympiad is an international non-profit organization seeking to improve the quality of science education partly through rigorous academic interscholastic competitions consisting of a series of team events balanced between science disciplines. The National Competition was held at Grand...
Dates: 1997 - 1998
Series — Box: 78
Abstract Art, poetry, and literature publication. November 1982
Scope and Contents Published monthly serving the LGBT+ community network of Western Michigan.
Dates: Publication: 1988-2014
Series — Box: 112
Abstract Published by the Student Activities Office to welcome new students. Includes photos of most students in yearbook format.
- Subject: Michigan X
- Grand Valley State University 323
- Grand Valley State University. Division of Student Services 36
- Grand Valley State University. Dean of Students Office 19
- Grand Valley State Colleges. William James College 17
- Grand Valley State University. University Communications 16
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the President 15
- Grand Valley State Colleges. Thomas Jefferson College 13
- Grand Valley State University. Regional Math and Science Center 13
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the Provost 9
- Grand Valley State University. Seidman College of Business 9
- Grand Valley State University. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 8
- Grand Valley State University. Counseling and Career Development Center 7
- Grand Valley State University. Padnos International Center 7
- Grand Valley State University. University Libraries 7
- Grand Valley State University. Business and Finance 6
- Grand Valley State University. Office of Graduate Studies 6
- Grand Valley State University. Office of Multicultural Affairs 6
- Grand Valley State University. Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute 6
- WGVC (Television station : Allendale, Mich.) 6
- Grand Valley State University. History Department 5 ∧ less