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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
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.
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
Files include founding documents of the Grand Valley Alumni Association, directories, Distinguished Alumni awards, program and events files.
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
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
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
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
Annual class schedules
Class schedules include some from Thomas Jefferson College and William James College. Catalogs offered online only after 2007.
Annual financial reports
Annual Health Report: Transforming Health Care
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
Daniel M. Arbour papers
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.
Collaborative newsletter by Advising Resource Center and Multicultural Affairs Office.
Area Studies Center Newsletter
Combined newsletter for Africa and African American Studies, East Asian Studies, Latin American Studies, and Middle East Studies.
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
Continuation of Humanities News, Research and Development Center newsletter.
Diary of David M. Austin
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
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
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
Ralph Belknap Baldwin papers
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
Jessie Loring Barker travel diaries and scrapbooks
Gertrude Barrette photograph album
Mary Louise "Wimp" Baumgartner All-American Girls Baseball film & video footage
Collection contains video tapes of home movies of the All-American Girls Baseball League practices, games and a 1986 reunion. Footage was collected by Mary Louise "Wimp" Baumgartner, who played as a catcher in the league for Peoria and South Bend. Footage includes the Kalamazoo Klouters, Peoria Redwings, Rockford Peaches, and South Bend Blue Sox.
F.W. Beasecker papers
Published monthly by Belarusian Digest to serve the Belarusian speaking community in West Michigan.
A forum for the creative talents of the students of GVSU. 1998.
- Michigan 462
- Universities and colleges 385
- Publications 295
- Files (Records) 139
- Photographs 60
- Grand Rapids (Mich.) 57
- Correspondence 41
- Community newspapers 40
- World War, 1939-1945 35
- Scrapbooks 22
- Newspapers 19
- College administrators 18
- Universities and colleges -- Faculty 16
- Business 15
- Diaries 14
- Michigan -- History 14
- Science -- Study and teaching 11
- College students 10
- Oral histories 10
- Postcards 10 + ∧ less
- English 678
- Spanish; Castilian 2
- Belarusian 1
- Dutch; Flemish 1
- German 1
- Latvian 1 + ∧ less
- Grand Valley State University 339
- Grand Valley State University. Division of Student Services 36
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the President 20
- Grand Valley State University. Dean of Students Office 19
- Grand Valley State Colleges. William James College 17
- Grand Valley State University. University Communications 17
- Grand Valley State University. Regional Math and Science Center 15
- Grand Valley State Colleges. Thomas Jefferson College 14
- United States. Army 11
- Grand Valley State University. Seidman College of Business 10
- Grand Valley State University. Office of the Provost 9
- Grand Valley State University. Padnos International Center 9
- Grand Valley State University. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences 8
- Grand Valley State University. Counseling and Career Development Center 8
- University of Michigan 8
- Grand Valley State University. Robert B. Annis Water Resources Institute 7
- Grand Valley State University. University Libraries 7
- United States. Navy 7
- Grand Valley State University. Business and Finance 6
- Grand Valley State University. History Department 6 + ∧ less