Found in 39 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Small collection of letters by Charles S Aldrich to his family, 1944-1945. Also contains 1990s letters from Russian Federation regarding commemorative medals, and biographical notes.
Correspondence to Grace Bedell Billings from friends, family, and from individuals requesting autographs and information about the letter she sent to Lincoln, 1925-1928.
Scrapbook/photograph album, 185 x 281 mm. 69 leaves. Black leather over thin boards with “My School-Day Memory Book” stamped in gold on cover. Contains photographs, correspondence, telegrams, school report cards, theatre and concert programs, invitations, dance cards, and other ephemera documenting the social life and school activities of Dorothy Goodrich, mostly in Owosso, Michigan. Some of the leaves seem to have been rearranged, as not all of them are in chronological order.
Artificial collection of personal papers, official documents, and correspondence from the 19th and 20th centuries, collected by Harvey E. Lemmen and others. Correspondents include a variety of individuals, businesses, and organizations throughout the United States.
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.
Collection contains 18 letters written by GVSU student Diane Posvistak to her parents from 1965 to 1969. Also included are a 1969 "La Grande Vitesse" dedication booklet and 1975 "Grand Valley Gives You a Choice" brochure. Diane's letter include information on classes she took, games and events she attended, her dating life, and a glimpse into the student life on campus at Grand Valley in its early years.
Series contains correspondence between the President of Grand Valley State University and its faculty and staff, between 1992-1993 and 1998-2002. Includes official memoranda and correspondences.
Series contains correspondence between the President of Grand Valley State University and students and parents, dating from 1985 to 1995.