Stanford University - Special Collections and University Archives98 Linear feetTickets, game programs, schedules, newsletters, pre-season guide books, sport magazines, and other ephemera from college and professional sports.Contact InformationFinding Aid
University of California, Los Angeles8 boxes (4 linear ft.) 1 oversize boxWalter E. Bennett (1921-1995) was the first salaried photographer for Time , where he worked from 1952 to 1982. The collection consists of photographic materials such as prints, negatives and slides. It also includes miscellaneous manuscripts and ephemera related to Bennett's life and career.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Yale University - Manuscripts and Archives48.89 linear feet (65 boxes)The records consist of scrapbooks, memorabilia, correspondence, coaches files and manuals, a ledger, and printed material documenting football at Yale, including George D. Vaill's "Instructions to Competitors" and a videotape of a NBC Nightly News segment concerning the 100th Yale-Harvard football game. Records of coaches Paul L. Veeder and Carm Coza are also included.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Grand Rapids Public Library - Grand Rapids History and Special Collections DepartmentScope and Content Contains interviews with residents of Grand Rapids and prominent individuals visiting the community. Among the interviewees are Donald Riegle on the upcoming 1980 presidential elections Peter Secchia on the Republican Party Walter "Sparky" Anderson on his new position as coach of the Detroit Tigers Richard Devos on business at Amway and how being wealthy has changed his life and Guy VanderJagt with his views on President Ronald Reagan and Congress. History The Grand Rapids Pres ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
Grand Rapids Public Library - Grand Rapids History and Special Collections DepartmentScope and Content The diaries and account books show the daily life of the Schenck family. Entries are brief and usually relate the weather and activities for the day, such as which fields were plowed, social events and trips to Lowell and the Rapids (Grand Rapids). The Schenck family was part of a relatively small group of early Ada pioneers and the diaries and account books mention other families from the Ada area. Of particular note are entries from January 12 and 13, 1875 noting Rix Robinson ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
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