DeLano, Fred H., 1916-University of Michigan - Bentley Historical Library.5 linear ft.Resumes, correspondence received in 1952 in response to letter sent to college athletic directors asking the question, "What is the use of athletics for young people?"; scattered correspondence relating to his career with the Detroit Pistons; collected material about family member, Ervin Hurst; and photographs.Contact InformationCatalog Record
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
Grand Rapids Public Library - Grand Rapids History and Special Collections DepartmentScope and Content Processing Status 7 Nelson Coll. Coll. 363 Series Series I. Biographical Subseries A. Robert G. Nelson and Nelson family related materials In additional to the subseries below, the materials in Series I inform researchers and interested others about the personal lives of Robert G. Nelson and his family. Robert Nelson graduated from Kendall College of Art Design in Grand Rapids, and practice graphic design as his profession, in the Grand Rapids community. Some items on Kendall ...Contact InformationFinding Aid
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