Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Athletic Department photographic negative collection
Athletic Video collection
The Athletic Video collection is composed of 21 VHS cassettes that include Eastern Michigan University men's basketball and football games, 1 women's basketball game, and press clips about EMU teams.
The Athletics collection dates from the years 1890-2014, with a gap between 1980-2000 in the men's and women's articles and statistics. The collection includes administrative files, such as correspondence, minutes, agendas, and reports. Also included are athletic handbooks, photos, media guides, sports programs, clippings, ticket stubs, pamphlets, rosters, schedules and flyers. The collection documents both men's and women's organized sports at EMU.
Bob Parks scrapbook collection
The Bob Parks scrapbook collection contains the photographs and clipping scrapbooks of both the Track and Field and Cross Country teams that Parks coached from 1967-2000 as well as when Parks was a team member during from 1949-1952. Materials in the scrapbooks were collected and compiled by Bob Parks. The collection contains three series: Albums, Photographs, and Scrapbooks.
Bowen Field House records
This collection documents the construction of Bowen Field House in 1955 at Michigan State Normal College. Records include renovation plans, press clippings, and other materials dating from 1954-2009. This collection is valuable to the history of college sports.
David L. Prakken Letterman Sweater
The David L. Prakken Letterman Sweater is an Eastern Michigan University College Letterman Sweater that belonged to EMU alumnus David Prakken. Prakken attended Eastern Michigan College from 1957 to 1961 when he graduated with a degree in Secondary Education. During his time at Eastern he played Varsity Tennis and was a member of the Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity.
James Balten, Sr. collection
Walter O. Briggs Building records
The Walter O. Briggs Building records include papers pertaining to the construction, dedication, and renovations of Briggs Field and Briggs Field House at Michigan State Normal College in 1938. This is valuable to insights on the dedication and construction of buildings.