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Scope and Contents Dorothy (Boylan) Waage was born January 8, 1905 to parents Otis H. Boylan (1878-1956) and Ada Blanche Clapham (1879-1973). Dorothy grew up in Kalamazoo where she attended Kalamazoo Central High School and Kalamazoo College. In 1926, she participated in a tour of Europe through a program with Mount Holyoke, and in 1929 she returned for a tour of Greece and the Mediterranean. Following her marriage to Frederic Waage (1907-1985) on August 28, 1935 and move to Ithaca, New York, Dorothy gave birth...
Scope and Contents Life is good in Kalamazoo, the city that Hammond Calls Home, a booklet produced by the Hammond Machinery Builders in 1952. Booklet contains information on Kalamazoo education and recreation along with some general information about the city.
Scope and Contents The Kalamazoo Light Guard was a military branch and the primary purpose of the guard was to be an independent military corps that is important for municipal regulation, as well as an efficient aid in war time. The Code of Laws books are from December 12th, 1881 and they consist of 23 articles, 15 rules of order, fines, penalties and the collection thereof, the original Light Guard Roster, the current guard roster and an index. The account book is hand written and is from June-August 1898 and it...
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of one brochure: "Exercises of Memorial Day at Bronson Park, Mountain Home, and Riverside Cemeteries, Kalamazoo, Michigan, Friday, May 30, 1890." Inside is information on activities for the day at all three locations along with names of individuals involved including members of the Women's Relief Corps. It also gives the parade route and the program at Bronson Park held in the afternoon along with members of the various committees. According to the...
Abstract This collection contains the Diary about Richard G. Lobdell's day to day activities living in Kalamazoo; in early 1929. The diary was purchased by the Archives and Regional History Collection via the Starring Endowment.
Scope and Contents In 1896, Bronson Methodist Hospital got its start when land was acquired by a group of physicians fearing Kalamazoo’s growing population would outgrow the capabilities of Borgess Hospital, the only hospital in the city at the time. Just after the beginning of the 20th century, the same group physicians formed the Kalamazoo Hospital Association and opened the Kalamazoo Hospital in a house on John Street. In 1903, the ground was broke for a brand new hospital building. On 5 December 1905, the new...
- Blanchard family 1
- Blanchard, William 1
- Bronson Methodist Hospital (Kalamazoo, Mich.) 1
- Bronson Methodist Hospital. School of Nursing (Kalamazoo, Mich.) 1
- Clapham family 1
- Clapham, James Glover, 1847-1870 1
- Clapham, James Platt, 1807-1887 1
- Clapham, John 1
- DeGraaf, Heertje 1
- DeGraaf, Maatje B. 1
- Hammond Machinery Inc. (Kalamazoo, Mich.) 1
- Hasenack, Magdalen 1
- Kalamazoo Light Guard 1
- Lobdell, Richard G. 1
- Michigan State Troops. Regiment, 2nd. Company C 1
- Michigan. National Guard 1
- Moore, Samuel 1
- Waage, Dorothy 1 ∧ less