Universities and colleges -- Alumni and alumnae -- Michigan
Found in 17 Collections and/or Records:
Arm of Honor records
Curriculum Committee records
The Curriculum Committee records detail the activities of the academic committee at Eastern Michigan University. Records are primarily composed of meeting minutes and reports that influenced committee decisions. The records are dated approximately 1937 through 1961, with the bulk from 1949 through 1961.
Department of Accounting and Finance records
EMU Foundation Campaign for Scholars records
The Eastern Michigan University Foundation Campaign for Scholars was a major fundraising campaign from 1993 through 1997. The records include materials related to the planning, administration, and analysis of the campaign, as well as promotional and outreach materials used to solicit donations.
Faculty and Alumni portraits
The Faculty and Alumni portraits is a collection of oil paintings of early faculty to the Michigan State Normal School and College as well as recent alumni Bruce T. Halle. There is one portrait of an early faculty member that staff of the University Archives has been unable, but is working to, identify.
Gloria Ewing Lockhart collection
The Gloria Ewing Lockhart collection is a selection of materials that documents every decade of Eastern Michigan University alumna Gloria Lockhart. Included in the collection are photographs, clippings, a signed copy of her book Unmasking: A Woman's Journey and track and field memorabilia. Materials in the collection date from 1964-2014.
Harold E. Sponberg papers
The Harold E. Sponberg papers documents the tenure of Eastern Michigan University President Harold E. Sponberg, 1965-74. Included in this collection are records documenting his Inauguration, Retirement, Office and Personal files. Of particular note are his alphabetically organized office files documenting policy changes on campus in the late 1960s, expansion of campus buildings and course offerings.
Hattie Ellen Johnson Follo papers
The Hattie Ellen Johnson Follo papers consist of a scrapbook donated by their creator, Michigan State Normal College alum Hattie Ellen Johnson. While attending the College from 1910 to 1914, Johnson Follo collected postcards, photographs, and other materials.