Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Dates: 2018-12-04; Event: 1947 - 2007
Found in: Eastern Michigan University Archives
Abstract George S. May taught Michigan and American History in the History Department at Eastern Michigan University from 1966 until his retirement in 1988. May had a particular interest in the history of the automotive industry, the automobile and the Upper Penninsula of Michigan and his publications and research reflect this. The George S. May papers includes files kept by May during his time on faculty at Eastern Michigan University related to his committee work both for the University and for...
Dates: 1955 - 1988
Abstract The Historic Audio Recordings collection consists of audio reel-to-reel created between 1949, during the school's centennial celebration, and 1976. Recordings document important events on the campus as well as national events, guest speakers, visiting dignitaries, and faculty members lecturing on their areas of specialization. Highlights in the collection include commencement speeches; dedication of the Frederick Alexander Memorial Organ in Pease Auditorium and...
Dates: 1963 - 1977
Abstract Reinhard Wittke was a professor in the History Department at Eastern Michigan University from 1956-1990. During his time at Eastern, Wittke established and was best known for establishing the European Adventure Tours in 1960, which became International Studies Program. The Reinhard Wittke papers which date from 1947-2007 primarily documents the tour program including clippings, tour planning, correspondence, student papers, maps, and itineraries; but also...
Dates: 1947 - 2007