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This collection is comprised of papers and materials from the Bronson Park 21st Century Campaign in Kalamazoo, Michigan, and related efforts to preserve the Fountain of the Pioneers and teach the history of the Match-E-Be-Nash-She-Wish (aka Gun Lake) band of Pottawatomi in the area, dating from 2006 to 2021.
This collection includes the financial and business documents of the Gull Lake Country Club in the first few decades after its establishment in 1911.
The documents in this collection are dated to the years 1911-1947. The majority of papers in this collection come from business and financial transactions, including receipts from members and services rendered for club maintenance and correspondence related to membership, dues, and other business matters.
This collection consists of papers and materials relating mostly to Joseph Dorr Waterman and his mother, Mary C. Waterman (later Simonds). The collection contains the correspondence and financial records of these individuals. There are also items not related to the Waterman/Simonds family, including a wallet, Civil War era letters and keepsakes, and advertisements for Kalamazoo businesses. J. Dorr Waterman was a resident of Kalamazoo from 1857-1883.