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Michigan State Normal College

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 180 Collections and/or Records:

Michigan State Normal College Financial records

 Collection
Identifier: 02.MSNCF
Abstract

The Michigan State Normal College Financial records contain fiscal data kept during from 1881 to 1945. All of the records are contained in bound volumes. Each volume is organized in chronological order by department. Several volumes include indexes.

Dates: 1881 - 1945

Michigan State Normal College glass negative collection

 Collection
Identifier: 013.MSNCGN
Abstract

The Michigan State Normal College glass negative collection contains images of students and classroom instructors around campus, and outside of campus buildings. The collection contains 12 glass negatives which have all been digitized. Materials date between 1890 and 1910.

Dates: circa

Michigan State Normal College Stereograph collection

 Collection
Identifier: 013.MSNCS
Abstract

The Michigan State Normal College Stereograph collection is composed of stereographic cards that were distributed to Ypsilanti area high schools in order to illustrate the MSNC campus, facilities, and student life. Although none of the stereographs is dated, a short letter from MSNC President Charles McKenny was included with each set, which would date the collection to approx. 1912-1933.

Dates: 1912 - 1933

Michigan State Normal College Track and Field Uniform

 Collection
Identifier: 03.TFU
Abstract

The Michigan State Normal College Track and Field Uniform collection contains one sweater and one pair of shorts. This uniform would have been worn by a men's track and field team member between 1935-1965

Dates: 1935 - 1955

Military Participation on Campus records

 Collection
Identifier: 04.MPOC
Abstract The Military participation on campus records, 1864-2005, include materials from the American Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, as well as secondary materials relating to the history of these conflicts as they relate to Michigan State Normal College, its students, alumni, faculty, staff and campus, as well as Ypsilanti, MI. The bulk of the materials are approximately dated 1864 to 1944, and include clippings, photographs,...
Dates: 1864 - 2005

Music Club scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: 04.MC
Abstract

The Music Club scrapbook documents the activities and membership of the club. The scrapbook includes photographs, membership lists, programs and clippings. Records date from 1938-1951.

Dates: 1938 - 1951

Nathan Harvey papers

 Collection
Identifier: 07.NH
Abstract Papers, publications, and research material from the collection of Nathan Harvey, professor and head of the Department of Pedagogy at Michigan State Normal College. Harvey was born in Toledo, IL in 1860, and began his career at MSNC in 1904, eventually retiring in 1925. He died in 1942. His research interests included psychology, physiology, and the history of education in America. Harvey's extensive collection of early textbooks was later donated the...
Dates: 1842 - 1983

New Student Orientation records

 Collection
Identifier: 04.NSO
Abstract The materials in the New Student Orientation records documents the organized orientation for all incoming students. This includes but is not limited to materials on All Girls Freshman Assembly, Freshman Orientation, Opening Convocation, New Student and Parent Orientations, and Group Leader training. The collection is organized into four main series: Administrative files, Fast Track, Orientation Handouts, and Parent Association; in addition to files of press and...
Dates: 1922 - 2011

Nobel L. Garrison Cap, Gown, and Hood

 Collection
Identifier: 07.NG
Dates: circa

Normal Lyceum Literary Society records

 Collection
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