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Aldous Leonard Huxley collection

Identifier: 018.AH
Abstract Publications, reviews, and biographical material of Aldous Leonard Huxley (1894-1963), British author, intellectual, and mystic, best known for his works Brave New World and The Doors of Perception. The collection includes published articles and essays by Huxley, reviews and commentary on his works, biographical material on his life, a small amount of correspondence, and information concerning...
Dates: 1894 - 1984

Bert G. Hornback book collection

Identifier: 018.BGH
Abstract Bert G. Hornback was a professor of English and Literature at the University of Michigan from 1964-1992. During his career he developed friendships with various novelists and poets, who in turn gifted him with copies of their publications with inscriptions, dedications, and signatures. The collection includes those autographed materials arranged by author and then by title. A larger donation of titles was given to the Eastern Michigan University Library with the majority of materials...
Dates: 1953 - 2003

Curtis K. Stadtfield papers

Identifier: 010.CS

The Curtis K. Stadtfield papers include clippings, correspondence, news releases, photographs, and personal writings. Stadtfield was employed by Eastern Michigan University from 1966-1993, primarily in the Department of English Language and Literature. The collection is arranged alphabetically. The collection dates from 1970-1993.

Dates: 1970 - 1993

Department of English Language and Literature records

Identifier: 05.ELL
Abstract The Department of English Language and Literature collection documents the workings of the department. The English Language and Literature Department offers classes that focus on a variety of areas in the English career world. The collection is arranged alphabetically and is divided into four series. The Administration and Curriculum series includes information on meeting minutes, handbooks and program requirements. The Proposals and Reports series includes...
Dates: 1934 - 2010

Gilbert B. Cross papers

Identifier: 010.GC
Abstract The Gilbert B. Cross papers documents Cross' time as a professor of English at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) from 1966 until his retirement as professor emeritus in 2004. The collection dates from 1963 to 2008 and includes materials on his academic research, correspondence, novel manuscripts, personal papers, as well as records related to the Alfred Nelson Memorial Prize. This collection does not document courses taught...
Dates: 1963 - 2008

John B. Virtue papers

Identifier: 010.JV

John B. Virtue was a professor of English at Eastern Michigan University from 1946 until 1971. Virtue taught classic literature including Shakespeare and was well loved by both students and staff. His papers consist primarily of meeting minutes, memos, records books, clippings and published articles. The papers are arranged alphabetically. Records date from 1942 to 1989.

Dates: 1942 - 1989

Normal Lyceum Literary Society records

Identifier: 04.NLLS
Abstract The Normal Lyceum Literary Society was an organization with both student and faculty participants that was founded at Michigan State Normal College in 1853. It was the first student organization at the College, and remained the only one for many years. In the 1880-81 academic year, the number of participants had grown, making activities cumbersome. As a result, Principal MacVicar abolished existing societies and created the New Lyceum, which was subdivided...
Dates: 1853 - 1966

Stoic Society records

Identifier: 04.SS
Abstract The Stoic Society records documents the Stoic Society at Eastern Michigan University from 1909 until 2015. The Stoic Society has grown with the University and currently offers twelve scholarships and loan funds commemorating outstanding faculty members. The traditional banquet, Spring Breakfast, and reception for new members are the Society's annual events. The collection is arranged into four series: Administrative Files which includs historical sketches of...
Dates: 1909 - 2015

Annabelle Sumera manuscript collection

Identifier: 018.AS
Abstract Annabelle Sumera who died in 2005 was a 1942 graduate of Michigan State Normal School and 1964 teacher of the year. She was a longtime resident, a principal, and elementary school teacher in Birmingham, Michigan before retiring to write poetry and childrens books, rhymes, and short stories. The Annabelle Sumera Book Collection range from 1970 to 2005 and contains clippings, two childrens books authored by Sumera and two compilations of essays, poems and rhymes...
Dates: 1970 - 2005