Collection consists of miscellaneous programs from Kalamazoo and Battle Creek, Michigan, musical societies, 1909-1945; four yearbooks of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Kalamazoo Chapter, 1952-1956; one Wedding Costumes booklet, published by Doubleday Brothers and Co.; one WMU Women's League Handbook, 1928-1929; Calendar of the Circuit Court and petit jurors list, Kalamazoo County, April term, 1949; Bishop family correspondence, 1909-1913; Michigan Federation [of Women's Clubs] cookbook, 1909; Prairie Farmer Union certificate, 1941; Bird's Eye View map of Vicksburg, Michigan, 1880; various theatrical, concert, and graduation programs, 1909-1905; a notebook, a certificate, a souvenir, a receipt and return envelopes, a ballot, and a prescription.
University of Arkansas, Fayetteville - David W. Mullins Library
3 linear ft.
Scrapbooks, photographs, photograph albums, speeches, printed material, film, audio and videocassettes, and awards collected or created by Britt over his sports, military, and political careers. Included are photo and scrapbook albums assembled by Britt's mother, Virgie; photographs of Britt during World War II and his subsequent acceptance of the Medal of Honor at the University of Arkansas in 1944; speeches made by Britt during his political campaign for governor in 1986; plaques, awards, and other memorabilia from military, political, and service organizations; photographs of Britt performing the duties of lt. governor. The papers have been described in six series.
The football playbook consists of black ringbinder holds 205 unlined sheets of white paper. The contents include hand-written, typed and stamped illustrations (in pencil and red, black and blue ink) and descriptions of football plays used while Bernard Carl Kuczynski played and coached football at the University of Pennsylvania.
The Dallas Cowboys, Pittsburgh Steelers and Cleveland Browns used Pacific University's facilities for football training camps in the late 1950s to early 1960s. This collection includes records related to their visits, as well as correspondence between Pacific University and other professional football teams.
This collection contains mainly city reports, information on Carpenters Local 19 Credit Union, and reference letters. Autograph letters of two Michigan governors are included: John B. Swainson and William B. Milliken.
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