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Milton Ford files

Identifier: GV100-04
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...

Monday Dispatch

 Series — Box: 84
Identifier: GV030-02
Abstract Newsletter containing news and announcements regarding the School of Education. September 1999-June 2001.

Monthly BIL

 Series — Box: 109
Identifier: GV066-03
Abstract Newsletter of black, Indian, and Latino activities at GVS published by the Office of Minority Affairs.

More, The

 Series — Box: 51
Identifier: GV016-03
Abstract Journal on culture, education, and society published by William James College.

Morton Manufacturing Company records

Identifier: RHC-20
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.

Muse, The

 Series — Box: 84
Identifier: GV034-02
Abstract Arts & Humanities newsletter.

National Poetry Festival files

Identifier: GV017-13
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,...

National Retail Furniture Institute records

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-70
Collection Description Volumes compiled by C. Reid Webber contain correspondence and speeches given at the Second Session of the National Retail Furniture Institute, July 13-18, 1925. Volumes include copies of The Little Record, the campus magazine of the National Retail Furniture Institute, correspondence from the registrants, and transcripts of the speeches given at the gathering.

National Science Olympiad program files

Identifier: GV031-02
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...

Naval recognition slides

 Collection — Box: 1-6
Identifier: RHC-50
Abstract The slide recognition method of training top-side battle-station personnel on board ship and all aircraft personnel was developed during World War II. Collection consists of 493 35mm black and white slides of World War II battleships, submarines, and aircraft in use by the United States, Great Britain, and Japan.

Neostreet Arts

 Series — Box: 78
Identifier: GV028-27
Abstract Art, poetry, and literature publication. November 1982

Network News

Identifier: RHP-05
Scope and Contents Published monthly serving the LGBT+ community network of Western Michigan.

New Student Record

 Series — Box: 112
Identifier: GV068-11
Abstract Published by the Student Activities Office to welcome new students. Includes photos of most students in yearbook format.

New Student Register

 Series — Box: 114
Identifier: GV068-16
Abstract Directory of campus scenes, campus organizations, pictures of freshman and transfer students. Produced for freshman students and sponsored by GVSC Student Foundations

New Views

 Series — Box: 65
Identifier: GV026-01
Abstract Continuing Education Office newsletter.

William Nicholson papers

Identifier: RHC-13
Scope and Contents The William Nicholson collection documents his work as the appointments secretary for President Ford from 1974-1977. The collection includes personal notes and calendars, White House briefings, travel information, political reports, election information, and newspaper and magazine articles documenting Gerald R. Ford and his administration while in office.

Felix Niedzialkowski letters

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-110
Scope and Contents Collection consists of 13 letters written to Felix Niedzialkowski by relatives and friends, mostly sent from Milwaukee, 8 November 1943 to 8 December 1943. His correspondents include: Ignatz Niedzialkowski, his father; the letter is written in Polish. Edward Anthony Niedzialkowski (1919-2003), possibly a cousin; born in Milwaukee, he later changed his last name to Neal. Lucy Niedzialkowski (born 1921), Edward's sister.Genevieve ("Jeanne")...

North Kent Advance

 Collection — Reel: 1-9
Identifier: RHP-48
Collection Description Collection contains microfilmed issues of North Kent Advance from September 1983 to October 1989.

North Kent Photo Reporter

 Collection — Reel: 1-2
Identifier: RHP-46
Collection Description North Kent Photo Reporter was continued in 1980 by North Reporter. Collection contains microfilmed issues of North Kent Photo Reporter from October 1979 to December 1980.

North Reporter

 Collection — Reel: 1
Identifier: RHP-47
Collection Description North Reporter continued the North Kent Photo Reporter in 1980. Collection contains microfilmed issues of North Reporter from December 1980 to February 1982.

Norton Lake Shore Examiner

Identifier: RHP-06
Scope and Contents Published weekly serving the 49441 zip code.

Las Noticias

 Series — Box: 125
Identifier: GV075-02
Abstract Latin American Studies program newsletter.


 Series — Box: 78
Identifier: GV028-28
Abstract Student journal of opinion. Published on October 1967 for 1 issue.

Ronald Oakes Vietnam and Iraq war photographs

Identifier: RHC-80
Scope and Contents Collection contains 93 digital images of Vietnam and Iraq. Vietnam-era photoraphs were scanned from original prints.

Frank Ochoa photograph album and papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-109
Scope and Contents Collection contains one photograph album comprising 51 pages containing mounted black-and-white photographs. The album contains 45 pages with 242 photos deal with Ochoa's service in Japan, 1945-1946. Highlights include 1st Cavalry Division in 4th of July Parade in Tokyo, 1946; Ernie Pyle Theatre and first performance of Gilbert & Sullivan's The Mikado in Japan; scenes at radio station WUQT; Tokyo street scenes with American servicemen and Japanese citizens; buildings and street scenes in...

James W. Ochs World War II collection

Identifier: RHC-55
Collection Description Collection includes a photo album of images taken by Ochs, 16 photos taken by the Army Signal Corps of the 26th Infantry Division, and a scrapbook of documents, articles, letters, brochures and other printed materials, currency and artifacts collected by Ochs. Photographs in the album document his tour of duty in France with the 26th Division, friends he acquired in France, and his leisure time activities. The collection also included is a copy of the video interview conducted for the Veterans...

Off-Campus Housing Grapevine/Commuter Grapevine

 Series — Box: 110
Identifier: GV068-01
Abstract Office of Commuter Student Services newsletter.

Office of Graduate Studies annual report

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV042-01
Abstract This annual report on the Graduate Studies program covers the functions, events, programs, and publications of the Office of Graduate Studies. The report also includes statistical data regarding student feedback.

Hispanic Heritage: Life Journeys

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV066-04
Overview Hispanic Heritage: Life Journeys is a publication produced as a collaborative project of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, News and Information Services, and the Women's Center. It contains profiles of Hispanic students, faculty and staff at GVSU.

Office of the President. Cracow University of Economics partnership documents and artifacts

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV002-11
Scope and Contents Series contains documents, books, and artifacts, spanning from 1977 to 2015m which document the international partnership between GVSU and Cracow University of Economics.

Office of the Provost administrative files

 Series — Multiple Containers
Identifier: GV004-05
Overview The chief academic officer of the University. Reporting to her are the deans of the eight instructional colleges and university libraries along with the academic support divisions.These files were used by the Office of the Provost during the time that Glenn A. Niemeyer was Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs. The oldest files were created and maintained by his secretary, Ann Baker. Most of the files were reference and information files maintained by Provost Niemeyer and Ann Baker....

Joseph P. Olexa WWII memoir and correspondence

 Collection — Box: 1-5
Identifier: RHC-93
Content Description Collection contains the unpublished memoir "As I Remember…," written by Joseph P. Olexa, relating his experiences during World War II. Typescript chapters of the memoir include pasted-in maps of the regions in which Olexa fought. Also included in the collection are letters from Joseph Olexa to Agnes Van Der Weide, dating from 1941 to 1946. While the letters do not contain details relating to Olexa's military activities, due to heavy censorship of soldiers' correspondence by the U.S. Army, the...

Gordon Olson research collection

Identifier: RHC-37
Collection Description The collection was compiled by Olson during his research for biographies of Michigan entrepreneurs and major donors to GVSU D.J. Angus (1990), Robert B. Annis (1993), William G. Jackson (1996), Fred M. Keller (2000), Clare Jarecki (2001), Leslie E. Tassell (2001). Materials include taped and transcribed interviews, drafts of publications, copies of articles and personal and career related information about the subject of each biography. Published copy of Russel Kirkhof : Mechanic to Millionaire...

OMA Newsletter

 Series — Box: 109
Identifier: GV066-01
Abstract Biannual newsletter of the Office of Multicultural Affairs. Published once as Cultural News in 2001 by the Office of Minority Affairs/Multicultural Center. Spring 2001, winter 2004-present.

On the Town

Identifier: RHP-03
Scope and Contents The arts & entertainment magazine of West Michigan. Also published online.

One Cent Stamp

 Series — Box: 64
Identifier: GV017-09
Abstract Newspaper of the experimental School of General Studies under the new name of Thomas Jefferson College. Described as "a non-prophet; non-sensical, one-timely" publication. Winter 1969.

Orange Rymd

 Series — Box: 78
Identifier: GV028-29
Abstract Literary publication of writings submitted by students and chosen for publication by editors. 1973.

Arnold Ott papers

 Collection — Box: 1-20
Identifier: RHC-31
Collection Description The Arnold Ott collection documents the life and work of Michigan-born chemist and entrepreneur Arnold Ott from 1917-2008. The collection includes personal papers and biographical information, photographs and stereograph collection, speeches, business records, and records of his participation on the Grand Valley Board of Control from 1960-1988. The collection also includes three scrapbooks documenting the life of Arnold Ott and his wife Marion as well as the Ott Chemical Company and the Otts'...

Ottowa Advance

Identifier: RHP-16
Scope and Contents Published weekly serving Allendale, Coopersville, Marne, Lamont, Ravenna and Conklin areas. Merged in 2007 to Grand Valley Advance and then The Advance.

Our Earth Catalog

 Series — Box: 54
Identifier: GV016-15
Abstract Catalog of local resources (schools, medical facilities, restaurants, craft shops, etc.) in the Muskegon, Holland, Grand Rapids area. A take off on Whole Earth Catalog. Catalog offering ideas, advice, and information on alternative lifestyle topics such as occupations, conservation, earth-friendly cooking, and holistic medicine,1973.

Our State of Generosity collection

Identifier: JCPA-04
Scope and Contents Collection contains the records of four Michigan nonprofit organizations: Council of Michigan Foundations, Michigan Nonprofit Association, Michigan Community Service Commission, and the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at GVSU. The documents are compiled by the Johnson Center for Philanthropy, and records document the history of the organizations from the 1960s to the 2010s.

Padnos International Center agreements and memoranda of understanding

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV053-08
Content Description Series contains student exchange agreements, educational cooperation agreements and memoranda of understanding between GVSU and international partners, through Padnos International Center, circa 1990s-2013.

Ruth Pagenkopf photograph albums

Identifier: RHC-125
Scope and Contents Album 1, 174 x 314 cm. 31 leaves. Black textured cloth with ”Photographs” stamped in gold on the front cover; back cover missing. Contains 145 black-and-white photographs (a few duplicates) all affixed with corner mounts, with captions written in white ink; inclusive dates are 1923 to 1927. Subjects include Ruth and her parents; her aunt, uncle, and cousins (Frey family); friends; and pets. Locations include Wausau, Mayville, The Dells, Little Rib Creek, Yellow Banks Park, and Rib...

Paper Notes

 Series — Box: 52
Identifier: GV016-09
Abstract Newsletter published by the William James college Journalism class.

Paper, The

 Series — Box: 50
Identifier: GV016-02
Abstract Student publication concerning issues of interest to the William James College community.

Karla V. Parker papers

Identifier: RHC-08
Collection Description The Karla Parker collection documents Parker's involvement in programs concerning education, family life, children and youth. The collection includes conference notes, reports, and publications from 1944-1968. Conference materials include the White House Conference on Rural Education, 1944; the Mid-Century White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1946-1948; The Michigan White House Conference on Education; the Grand Rapids Regional White House Conference on Education, 1955; the Golden...


 Series — Box: 99
Identifier: GV053-03
Abstract The Padnos International Center (PIC), named for Barbara H. Padnos in 1999, was formerly the Office of International Studies. In 1970, the office centralized responsibility for international exchange activities sponsored by GVSC. In 1974 the office brcame an independent institute under the name of Global Education Institute, which changed its name again in 1979 to Center for International Studies. In 1984 the Office of International Affairs (later Studies) was founded and the PIC was...

Diary of fruit farmer Theodore Peticolas

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-51
Collection Description In the diary Peticolas details his farm work, crops, family, neighbors, and social life. He also names the varieties of fruit grown on his farm. He maintains meticulous records of the weather, using a system of symbols and noting the temperature three times a day. The diary ends shortly after the death of his son.

Paul I. Phillips reference collection

Identifier: RHC-19
Collection Description The collection includes biographical information, copies of speech notes and testimony, writings, newspaper clippings, and magazine articles from 1947-1980 about blacks in America.

Philosophical Fortnights

 Series — Box: 127
Identifier: GV080-01
Abstract Philosophy Department newsletter created by Professor David Vessey. Professor Vessey did not create 2012-2013 newsletters because of sabbatical leave during this time. Title reads: (phi symbol)hilosophical Fortnights.

Robert H. Phinny writings on South Africa

Identifier: RHC-36
Collection Description Collection documents the published writing of Robert H. Phinny on the subject of South Africa during the period of Apartheid. Materials include articles published from 1984-1997 and correspondence between Phinny and publishers of national newspapers.

Photograph album

Identifier: RHC-122
Scope and Contents One photograph album, 260 x 335 cm. 51 leaves. Black pebbled cloth over boards with "Photographs" embossed on cover. Contains 467 black-and-white family photographs of various size. The photographs are unidentified, although a few have penciled dates on the back. Most are attached to the album leaves with corner mounts, the remainder are glued in. There are spaces for an additional 17 photographs which had been removed at some point. The final 8 leaves are blank. It appears that the...

Placement Office Bulletin/Career Services Bulletin

 Series — Box: 103-108
Identifier: GV056-06
Abstract Bulletin containing job listings divided by field and on-campus interview schedules. Published as Placement Office Bulletin until September 1993. October 1985-March 1994

Planning Board. Academic Affairs Committee files

 Series — Box: 3
Identifier: GV089-02
Abstract The Academic Affairs Committee was established by the Planning Board to assist with developing a long range plan for GVSC and to prepare the self-study for the accreditation review by the North Central Association in 1979. The committee was charged with preparing a list of academic issues and making recommendations for the final self-study. Includes minutes from committee meetings, supportive data and reports, and five-year plans for the Academic Affairs committee that reported to the Grand...

Planning Board. Business Affairs Committee files

 Series — Box: 4
Identifier: GV089-04
Abstract The Business Affairs Committee and Financial Issues subcommittee was estalbished by the Planning Board to assist with developing a long range plan for GVSC and to prepare the self-study for the accreditation review by the North Central Association in 1979. The committee was charged with preparing reports on financial issues and making recommendations for the final self-study. Includes minutes from meetings, lists of issues and recommendations, supportive data, and the financial issues...

Planning Board Committee files

 Series — Box: 2
Identifier: GV089-01
Abstract The Planning Board was established to develop a long range plan for GVSC and to prepare the self-study for the accreditation review by the North Central Association in 1979. The Board supervises the process, establishes subcommittees, receives and reviews reports, and prepares the final report for presentation to the Board of Control. The Board prepares the final self-study and manages arrangements for the NCA visit. Files include minutes and agendas, reports, draft self-studies, and planning...

Planning Board. Institutional Development Committee files

 Series — Box: 4
Identifier: GV089-05
Abstract The Institutional Development Committee was established by the Planning Board to assist with developing a long range plan for GVSC and to prepare the self-study for the accreditation review by the North Central Association in 1979. The committee was charged with reporting on institutional image, direction, and overall management and making recommendations for the final self-study. Includes minutes from meetings, summary on institutional objectives, and issues and recommendations.

Planning Board. Student Affairs Divisional Committee files

 Series — Box: 4
Identifier: GV089-03
Abstract The Student Affairs Committee was estalbished by the Planning Board to assist with developing a long range plan for GVSC and to prepare the self-study for the accreditation review by the North Central Association in 1979. The committee was charged with preparing reports on student affairs and making recommendations for the final self-study. Includes minutes from meetings, lists of student affairs issues, recommendations on issues, and the substance abuse program subcommittee minutes.

Richard Platte Red Arrow Division collection

Identifier: RHC-99
Scope and Contents Collection contains materials relating to the history of the U.S. Army 32nd Infantry "Red Arrow" Division during World War II collected by Richard Platte and his wife, Annette. Materials include newsletters, such as "Red Arrow News," and "Vignettes," as well as publications such as "13,000 Hours: A Combat History of the 32nd Inf Division" and 11 issues of "Yank Down Under." Other materials include memorial textiles such as pillow cases, a pennant and a banner. Also included is a large newspaper...

Postcard album, South Range, Michigan

Identifier: RHC-129
Scope and Contents One postcard album, 147 x 210 cm. 24 leaves. Black pebbled cloth over thin boards with "Souvenir Postals" stamped in gold on cover. Label on rear paste-down: "Manufactured by the Heinn Co., Milwaukee, Wis." Each leaf has die-cut slots, within a white art nouveau tendril border, to accommodate one postcard per side. Contains 42 black-and-white photographs, mostly Real Photo Post Cards (RPPC); 25 are stamped "[William J.] Goodfellow" and one "[John H.] Taylors Studio." Both photographers...


Identifier: GV004-06
Abstract Weekly memorandum to faculty and staff from Dean of Academic Affairs Arthur C. Hills, of news and events related to the administration of the college. A comparison chart of various general statistical data is also included in each memorandum. Pre-dates institutional analysis reports.


 Series — Box: 52
Identifier: GV016-10
Abstract Official newsletter published quarterly by William James College.

Project Remember files

Identifier: GV051-02
Abstract Project Remember, under the direction of visiting professor of history Don Campbell and the University Archives, was established in 1991 to document West Michigan's and the University's experience with the Persian Gulf War. In particular, it hoped to record the experiences of the West Michigan community, the approximately 34 students serving in the Persian Gulf from Grand Valley, and reaction of the campus community to war. The Project Remember files includes project files, press articles and...

Psych Dept. Newsletter

 Series — Box: 126
Identifier: GV079-01
Abstract Newsletter for students in the Psychology Department detailing upcoming PSSC events and news. November 1976-April 1977.

Pulse, The

 Series — Box: 4
Identifier: GV005-02
Abstract Dean of Students and Office of Institutional Analysis newsletter.


 Series — Box: 126
Identifier: GV078-02
Abstract English Department newsletter.

Quimby correspondence with James Griffin

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-56
Collection Description Correspondence between George Quimby and Jimmy Griffin from 1939-1981. Their correspondence relates to personal matters as well as anthropology, cultural artifacts, and studies of American Indians. Several letters mention James Zumberge, Grand Valley State College’s first president.

R & D Reporter

 Series — Box: 65
Identifier: GV027-03
Abstract Faculty Research and Development, HRRC, and IACUC committees newsletter.

Hyatt C. Ransom letters

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-104
Scope and Contents 15 manuscript letters in ink, with 14 envelopes: one letter (1867) written to Edmund Hobart McQuigg (1807-1887), a lumberman in Flint (Genesee County), Michigan; and fourteen letters (1870-1873) to Ferris Forman Hyatt (1826-1883), lumberman, investor, and president of the First National Bank of Flint. The connections among the correspondents reflect the development of the lumber industry in Michigan, particularly in Flint. Clark Hyatt and his son Ferris moved from upstate New...

Rant, The

 Series — Box: 78
Identifier: GV028-30
Abstract Student alternative newspaper published in 2000 as "a University Satire sponsored by: The Student Voice", and in 2002 published by and for the GVSU community serving as an open forum for ideas, news, and opinions. 2000-2002.

Whitley Read Civil War diary

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RHC-52
Collection Description This diary was kept by soldier Whitley Read detailing his last year of service in the 10th New York Heavy Artillery, Company H. It also focuses on his postwar service on a Great Lakes Schooner. The last pages of the diary include brief memoranda and cash accounts.


Identifier: GV008-04
Abstract Alumni Office newsletter previously called Grand Valley Alumni newsletter. Sent to alumni containing updates about Grand Valley, reconnection and event opportunities, and other news pertinent to alumni. Fall 1988-2001.

Regional history miscellany collection

Identifier: RHC-102
Scope and Contents Collection contains an assortment of printed ephemera, realia, photographs, personal papers, and other, unrelated materials purchased by and donated to Special Collections & University Archives. Some materials relate to Grand Rapids, West Michigan history, and the history of photography.

Regional history subject files

Identifier: RHC-87
Scope and Contents Created subject collection compiled by donor Harvey Lemmen and continued by Grand Valley State University Special Collections after acqiusition. Topics include politics, local history, business, populations, and culture.

Grandparents, Grandkids, Grand Valley (G3) Camp records

Identifier: GV031-15
Overview 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. This series contains promotional and program records of the Grandparents, Grandkids, Grand Valley (G3) Camp held during the summers between 2012-2016. The camp was held for Grand Valley affiliates and their grandchildren, who visited GVSU's campus and participated in numerous workshops and...

Regional Math and Science Center. Super Science Saturday program files

Identifier: GV031-10
Scope and Contents The collection contains posters, flyers, programs for each of the Super Science Saturday events, from 1996-2015.

Report on the Status of Women at GVSC files

 Series — Box: 63
Identifier: GV236
Abstract The Report on the Status of Women at GVSC was initiated in order to correct inequities that existed in discrimination against female faculty, staff, and students. Collection contains a memorandum about the report and the final report.

RET-E3 Recognize Exemplary Teachers files

 Series — Box: 1
Identifier: GV031-08
Collection Description Series contains the planning documents and files for the Regional Math and Science Center's Recognize Exemplary Teachers RET-E3 program, spanning from 1987 to 1992.

Marjory Ann Reubene college scrapbook

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: RHC-124
Scope and Contents One scrapbook, 260 x 341 cm. 37 leaves. Black textured cloth with the initial M stamped in gold on the cover. Contains letters, invitations, dance cards, playbills, university publications, greeting cards, newspaper clippings, notes, postcards, and other ephemera affixed to leaves with cellophane tape. Most of the materials relate to the educational and social experiences of Marjory Reubene during her first two years in attendance at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. 10 of the...

RHA Express

 Series — Box: 114
Identifier: GV069-02
Abstract Newsletter for student residents.

Richard A. Rhem papers

Identifier: KII-01
Collection Description Collection contains papers, records, photographs, and audiovisual material documenting the life and career of Christian minister, Richard A. Rhem, and contains material spanning from 1870 to 2014, with the bulk of material spanning from 1970 to 2014. Within the collection are Rhem’s papers, which include biographical information, correspondence, writings, and records of his work with the Christ Community Church and the Center for Religion and Life. The bulk of the collection comprises text and...

Richard E. Flanders papers

 Series — Box: 1-3
Identifier: GV100-01
Abstract Richard E. Flanders was a professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley from 1964-1988. After participating in the Korean conflict, he attended Mexico City College, followed by the University of Michigan where he earned his PhD. Flanders developed the sociology and anthropology departments at Grand Valley. Flanders initiated the archeological excavation of the Blendon Landing area on the Allendale Campus. He was the Field Director for the Norton Mounds Project and a member of the Norton Indian...

Robertson and Curry Families photograph album

Identifier: RHC-131
Scope and Contents One photograph (cabinet card) album, 265 x 200 cm. 16 window leaves, mostly disbound. Deep red velvet padded cloth over beveled wooden boards with "Album" in thin metal attached to the cover with brass nails. Remnants of watered silk endpapers, containing extensive genealogical notes concerning the Robertson and Curry families. Contains 30 black-and-white cabinet card photographic portraits (164 x 106 mm.) and six loose photographs, most of which carry imprints of Grand Rapids photographic...

Rockford Register

 Collection — Reel: 1-5
Identifier: RHP-50
Collection Description Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Rockford Register newspaper from July 1974 to March 1982.

Rockford/Cedar Springs Advance

 Collection — Reel: 1-9
Identifier: RHP-49
Collection Description Collection contains microfilmed issues of the Rockford/Cedar Springs Advance newspaper from August 1988 to August 1994.

June Rodal Photograph album

Identifier: RHC-126
Scope and Contents Photograph album, 263 x 340 mm. 57 leaves. Dark brown faux alligator textured cloth covers. Contains 703 black-and-white photographs of various sizes, all affixed with corner mounts; some photos had been removed before acquisition. Nearly all are identified, having subject, date, and/or location written in ink on white borders of photos. The photographs document June's life on a Red River valley, Minnesota, farm with her parents, siblings, grandparents, classmates, and other...

Rubicon, The

 Series — Box: 78
Identifier: GV028-31
Abstract Student alternative newspaper published as "the radical democratic voice of the student citizen". One issue was produced in 1979 by former Thomas Jefferson College students after that program was disbanded. 1979.

James Rygaylo and Corrine Niedz correspondence

Identifier: RHC-128
Scope and Contents Collection contains approximately 900 letters written primarily by James “Jimmy” “Rig” Rygaylo and Corrine Niedz between 1943 and 1946, while Jimmy was serving voluntarily as an Air Corps Ground Technician in the United States Army Air Corps. Included are V-Mail cards and some correspondence from other friends and family. Letters written by James contain information on his day-to-day life on the base, information about his family, and his feelings for Corrine. Corrine’s letters to Jimmy contain...

Nathan Sargent papers

Identifier: RHC-44
Collection Description Correspondence of a Whig political appointee, 1832-1874. Among the correspondents are Henry Clay, John M. Clayton, Caleb Cushing, Edward Everett, Henry Hitchcock.

Harold Samuel Sawyer Congressional papers

Identifier: RHC-01
Collection Description The papers of Congressman Harold (Hal) Sawyer detail Sawyer's efforts on behalf of his constituency and his leadership in areas of anti-crime legislation, job creation, and the preservation and protection of the Great Lakes. The collection includes files from both his Washington and his Grand Rapids, Michigan offices and document his committee work including his participation on the Select Committee on Assassinations. Collection consists of photographs, surveys, congressional committee papers,...

Robert Shechtman musical scores

Identifier: RHC-73
Collection Description The collection contains music scores featuring various instrumentations. Many of the compositions in this collection were commissioned by Arend D. Lubbers, president of Grand Valley, for various people and events at the university. Robert Wepman co-wrote some of the pieces contained in the collection.

Mary Schneider GVSC scrapbooks and memorabilia

Identifier: RHC-76
Collection Description Mary Schneider started collecting memorabilia of her personal and school experiences while at Union High School in Grand Rapids, Michigan and continued through her enrollment in the Pioneer class at Grand Valley. The collection consists of 4 scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, Grand Valley publications, student records and memorabilia, and correspondence from her tenure on the Alumni Association.

School of Criminal Justice annual report

Identifier: GV064-01
Abstract The School of Criminal Justice annual report contains a list of each instructor and their published works, programs and internships offered, and other information related to the Criminal Justice school.

School of Health Sciences Newsletter

 Series — Box: 92
Identifier: GV039-01
Abstract School of Health Sciences newsletter (see also the student publication, The Bulb).

School of Public and Nonprofit Administration annual report

Identifier: GV063-01
Abstract This annual report of the School of Public and Nonprofit Administration contains general statistics, student and faculty profiles, as well as grants and publications earned within the programs.

School of Public Service News

 Series — Box: 92
Identifier: GV036-01
Abstract School of Public Service newsletter.

Frank J. Schulte papers

Identifier: RHC-06
Collection Description The Frank J. Schulte collection documents the history and the progress of civil service in Grand Rapids. The documents include information from Grand Rapids and other cities in Michigan, budget reports, civil service board files, Public Administration reports from Afghanistan, newspaper clipping and other information regarding civil service.

Seidman Business Review

 Series — Box: 89
Identifier: GV035-02
Abstract Annual publication of the Seidman College of Business (successor to the West Michigan Business Review 1995-2000, not in holdings) 2000-present.

Seidman College (School) of Business administrative files

 Series — Box: 1-5
Identifier: GV035-09
Collection Description Contains general administrative records, committee files, faculty meeting and faculty senate agendas, minutes and notes, memoranda, and newsletters with class schedules, from the Seidman Graduate College of Business, later named the Seidman School of Business and the Seidman College of Business, spanning from 1973 to 2003.

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