Michigan State Normal College
Found in 179 Collections and/or Records:
Dorothy James was a Professor of music theory and composition at Michigan State Normal College from 1928 until 1969. James was also a nationally known composer. Her papers consist primarily of her original compositions as well as correspondence, clippings, and concert programs. The papers are arranged alphabetically. Records date from 1920 to 1983.
Records of the Eastern Echo student newspaper, formerly the Normal News and the Normal College News. The collection (1881-2010) includes business records, staff lists, financial documents, news clippings related to the Echo, awards, correspondence, programs from newspaper events, publicity and advertising materials.
Materials in the Eastern Michigan University Hat collection include freshman beanies, a cap with the Huron logo, and a Media Invitational hat. There are similar objects in collections where the originating office or program was able to be identified.
The Eastern Michigan University Trophy collection is an artificial collection of items whose provenance is unknown. There are other trophies in a variety of collection including the Forensic Team records, Roosevelt School records, and Student Government, to name a few. Included in this collection is a trophy for the Ohio Relays Challenge, Homecoming and Champion of Students.
The Educational Equipment collection includes a number of items used in the classrooms of the Michigan State Normal College, Eastern Michigan College and Eastern Michigan University. Most items are marked with institutional initials, but specific classes or faculty that may have used the equipment is unknown. Most the materials in the collection are related to the instruction of chemistry and geology and date from 1900 to 1960s.
Dr. Edwin Atson Strong was the head of the Physics Department at Michigan State Normal College from 1885 to 1916. His papers include research materials and notes, course materials, photographs, and materials regarding his legacy on campus. The materials are dated approximately 1885 to 1919.