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Michigan State Normal College

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 180 Collections and/or Records:

Egbert R. Isbell research materials

Identifier: 010.ERI
Abstract The Egbert R. Isbell research materials collection are the research files compiled by Dr. Isbell during the process of researching and writing a history of Eastern Michigan University where he served as both a faculty member and administrator from 1937-1967. The book, A History of Eastern Michigan University: 1849-1965 was published posthumously in 1971 by the now defunct Eastern Michigan University Press. The original order of...
Dates: 1849 - 1965

Electa Jane (Jennie) Pease D’Ooge diaries and letters

Identifier: 04.JD
Abstract Electa Jane (Jennie) Pease D'Ooge diaries and letters is an almost daily chronology from 1886-1937 of life in Ypsilanti, Michigan of the D'Ooge family. Electa Jane (Jennie) Pease was married to Benjamin D'Ooge the 25th of June 1885 and the couple moved to Ypsilanti, MI shortly after when Benjamin took a faculty position teaching Latin at the Michigan State Normal School. Chronicled in the diaries are the lives of the couples four children, Ida, Helen, Leonard,...
Dates: 1880 - 1920

Elmer A. Lyman reference collection

Identifier: 02.EL

The Elmer A. Lyman reference collection document the tenth president of Michigan State Normal College, who served from 1900 to 1902. His papers include such materials as researcher biographies, clippings, correspondence, and publications.

Dates: 1899 - 1971

Elsie Andrews papers

Identifier: 010.EA

Elsie Andrews was the head librarian at Michigan State Normal College/Eastern Michigan University from 1932 to her retirement in 1952. Her papers include both personal and professional correspondence, papers and publications, photographs, and notes.

Dates: 1889 - 1971

Emma Woodman collection

Identifier: 01.EW
Scope and Contents

The Emma Woodman collection contains a drawing done by Woodman. The drawing is on a school cheer or fight song.

Dates: 1901 - 1902

Ernest P. Goodrich papers

Identifier: 01.EPG
Abstract Ernest P Goodrich was an alumni of Michigan State Normal School class of 1894. He went on to be the head football coach of Michigan State Normal School. After receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Civil Engineering from the University of Michigan, Goodrich became an extremely successful engineer and consultant. His papers consist primarily of his own notes from his time at Michigan State Normal School, scrapbook, programs of class day exercises, clippings, and...
Dates: 1861 - 1919; Majority of material found within 1893 - 1895

Faculty and Alumni portraits

Identifier: 013.FAP

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.

Dates: 1880 - 1997

Founders Day records

Identifier: 04.FD
Abstract The Founders Day records documents the campus celebration of the establishment of the University in 1849. The records date from 1895 through 2000 and pertain mainly to specific Founder Day celebrations and their associated years. There are not materials for each celebration, but for those years that have been documented sometimes, but not always, include adminstrative files, committee lists, financial records, minutes, correspondence, publicity/press, and...
Dates: 1895 - 2000

Fred J. Ericson papers

Identifier: 010.FJE
Abstract Materials in the Fred J. Ericson papers are organized in two series: Professional and Military Service. Material in the Professional series is extremely limited given his tenure teaching in the Department of History. This series includes three publications written by Ericson about British Colonialism; Promotion Materials and Posthumous items. Materials in the Military Service series includes photographs and items...
Dates: 1941 - 1946

Frederic H. Pease Auditorium records

Identifier: 015.FHPA
Abstract The Frederic H. Pease Auditorium is a building on the Eastern Michigan University campus that hosts musical and dramatic events. The building was originally called Pierce Auditorium, but was renamed in 1915 to honor Frederic H. Pease, a professor of music and head of the Conservatory of Music. The records include facilities planning and maintenance materials that include technical data and renovation project materials, as well as publicity and outreach...
Dates: 1914 - 2012