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Campus Life

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 74 Collections and/or Records:

Eastern Michigan University Patch collection

Identifier: 013.P

The Eastern Michigan University Patch collection is comprised of 6 block letter patches that were distributed to athletes and encompasses all three versions: Block N for Normal, Block M for Michigan, and Block E for Eastern. The specifics of how letters were earned or distributed can be found in the Eastern Michigan University Athletics collection.

Dates: 1849 - 2010

Eastern Michigan University Pins and Buttons collection

Identifier: 013.PB

The Eastern Michigan University Pins and Buttons collection is comprised of Pins and Buttons that were distributed to promote causes, commemorate events and/or organizations. The specifics of when these items were created and distributed is not entirely known, but dates were assumed when possible, most items are older than 1956.

Dates: 1922 - 2016

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

Filming the Crowd

 Digital Record
Identifier: 016. EEPN_5_007
Dates: 1969; Digitized: 2018-12-01

G. Frederick Liechty

Identifier: 013.GFL
Abstract Materials in the G. Frederick Leichty papers are directly related to the Internaitonal Debate that took place on November 18, 1937 in Pease Auditorium. The debate was between two members of the Michigan State Normal College Debate Team, Oliver B. Crager and Frederick Leichty, and two members that formed the British Team, Ronald V. Gibson from Cambridge University and James A. Brown from Oxford University. The debate titled "British Criticize Supreme Court: Should the Courts Power Be Curbed?"...
Dates: 1937 - 1938

Glenna Frank Miller Shovel Award from Campus Life Family, 2003

 Item — Object 5: [Barcode: 32307023304638]
Identifier: 015.SC
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Student Center at Eastern Michigan University was dedicated in 2006 and serves as a gathering place for students. The Student Center records have been divided into three series: Planning, Dedication and Virtual EMS. The Planning and Dedication series includes materials related to the planning, construction, building dedication, such as programs, schedules and clippings. The Virtual EMS series includes the Event Management Schedules from 2006 to 2007. Also...
Dates: 2003

Gloria Ewing Lockhart collection

Identifier: 04.GEL

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.

Dates: 1964 - 2014

Greek Letter Organization papers

Identifier: 04.GLO
Abstract Greek organizations have been a strong presence on the campus of Eastern Michigan University almost since the institution's inception, with the establishment of The Lyceum in the mid-1800's. Many other Greek organizations followed, and have ever since maintained an influence at EMU. This collection consists of records from a multitude of EMU fraternal and sororal organizations between the years of 1911 and 2015. Included documents include press clippings, and organizational documents such as...
Dates: 1911 - 2022

Hindelang Family papers

Identifier: 01.MDH
Abstract The Hindelang Family papers document the lives of Charles E. Hindelang, his wife Margaret "Maggie" Doll Hindelang and their children Odo A. and Agnes Bertille. The Hindelang family was from Dexter township near Chelsea Michigan. Odo and Agnes both graduated from the Michigan State Normal College in the early 1920s and went on to have long teaching careers like their mother Margaret, Agnes in South Bend, Indiana and Odo in the Detroit Public Schools....
Dates: 1860 - 1985

Historic Audio Recordings collection

Identifier: 016.HAR
Abstract The Historic Audio Recordings collection consists of audio reel-to-reel created between 1949, during the school's centennial celebration, and 1976. Recordings document important events on the campus as well as national events, guest speakers, visiting dignitaries, and faculty members lecturing on their areas of specialization. Highlights in the collection include commencement speeches; dedication of the Frederick Alexander Memorial Organ in Pease Auditorium and...
Dates: 1963 - 1977