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The collection contains an envelope and one letter written by Dr. George C. Palmer in Kalamazoo, Michigan in October of 1866 to his brother Alonzo A. Palmer living in Pendleton Hill, Connecticut.
Dr. Palmer writes about his health and requesting a weekly letter reporting his condition. He writes that his brother has pulmonary weakness and is thinking to advise him to travel west. He also reports his own health is good.
This collection is comprised of materials spanning from 1913 to the early 2000s relating to Kalamazoo Radiology and collected by Dr. Nelson W. Courtney (1936-2021), a long-time member of the practice.
The collection is composed of one undated pamphlet published by the Southwest Michigan Coalition against Racism and Police Brutality about racial profiling.
This contains a 1913 newsletter from the Dunwell Drug Company.
1905-1916 S. Hoyt Dunwell 819 S. West and 737 W. Main 1917-1919 Edgar A. Dunwell 747 W. Main 1921-1924 No Listing 1926-1927 Edgar A. Dunwell 775 W. Main 1929 Edgar A. Dunwell 771-773 W. Main 1930-1970 Maurie E. Dunwell 769 W. Main
Lincolniana collected by Dwight B. Waldo (1864-1936), the first president of Western Michigan University (the books associated with this collection are cataloged individually and searchable through the Western Michigan University Libraries online catalog)
The collection is composed of a wide variety of items dating from World War 1 to the 1960s. These items include military souvenirs, photographs, business papers and publications, and newspaper clippings.
This collection is comprised of a single photograph album featuring pictures of the Eddy Paper Company factory Mill #3 in Three Rivers, MI. The photographs are from approximately 1902-1906.
Personal papers, books, lectures, notes, manuscripts and publishing information, correspondence and journals of Edward Burroughs Irving, Jr. (1923-1998), scholar of English literature. The collection pertains mainly to Irving's education and his teaching of and research on Old English literature. A donation of books relating to Old and Middle English literature accompany this collection and are cataloged individually and searchable via the WMU Libraries online catalog.