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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Genreform

Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:

Judith Moffett Literary Correspondence Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 03-01-exws_moffett
Abstract Collected correspondence between writer, English professor and translator Dr. Judith Moffett (1942 - ) and other poets and writers. Over 400 letters, notes, postcards, and cards all addressed to Dr. Moffett covering a period from 1963 to 1996. Includes letters from George Abbe, Isaac Asimov, Peter Beagle Marvin Bell, Wendell Berry, David Bromwich, Paul Engle, Seamus Heaney, Donald Justice, Lisel Mueller, Alicia Ostriker, Grace Schulman, Paul Zelinsky and others.

Kalamazoo Chapter of National Secretary Association

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Identifier: RH-A-4122
Scope and Contents Documents include monthly newsletters (Visage, Professional link, and Mall City notes); membership rosters; board/chapter minutes; and two copies of The history of the Kalamazoo Chapter 50th anniversary 1946-1996.

Kalamazoo C.O.G.

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Identifier: RH-A-3104
Scope and Contents Kalamazoo County Council of Governments records include audio tapes, 1983-1997; video tapes; quarterly reports, 1983-1997; correspondence, 1983-2001; Services Directory for Kalamazoo County Human Services; information on railway consolidation; and information on waste management and water quality.

Katharine M. Briggs Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 03-exws_briggs
Abstract Papers of British folklorist Katharine M. Briggs (1898-1980). Scholarship on British Isles folklore, Elizabethan and Jacobean literature, children's literature; book, article and play manuscripts and typescripts; correspondence.

Ladislav R. Hanka Book Arts Archive

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Identifier: 05-exws_hanka
Abstract Bound and loose prints and artist's archive, which includes sketches, proofs, exhibition booklets, reviews of shows and correspondence between Hanka and other artists, writers, galleries, publishers, etc. Some of the books associated with this archive have been cataloged separately and are searchable via Western Michigan University Libraries online catalog otherwise they appear in this finding aid.

Lawrence C. Braceland SJ Papers

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Identifier: 01-exws_braceland
Abstract Papers and research materials, including microfilms, of Father Lawrence C. Braceland, SJ, a Canadian translator and scholar of the fathers of Cistercian monasticism.

March Street Press Collection

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Identifier: 05-exws_marchstreet
Abstract Editorial office archive of March Street Press including correspondence, typescripts, proofs, copyright documents, photographs, cover art and ephemera. Also contains issues of Parting Gifts magazine and copies of books published by the press.

Oakwood School District Assessor’s Book

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Identifier: RH-A-3398
Scope and Contents The first school opened for School District #2 in Kalamazoo Township around 1833.Nicknamed, “Toad Hollow,” it was located at the corner of Parkview and Knox Avenues in what is now known as the Oakwood neighborhood. In 1884, the school moved to the present site of the Public Safety station for the Kalamazoo Department of Public Safety on Parkview Avenue between Laird and Barnard Streets. At that time the school became known as Lake View and in 1908 renamed Oakwood Park School.From 1908 until...

Philip M. Farnsworth Diaries

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Identifier: RH-A-3399
Scope and Contents Philip Farnsworth was born in Pennsylvania in 1804. By 1850 he and his family were living in Otsego in Allegan County working as farmers. In 1860 he is staying at a hotel in Otsego and again working as a farmer. By 1870 he is living in Mud Springs, El Dorado County, California working as a miner. He cannot be found in the 1880 census but by 1900 is living with his brother and sister-in-law in Wexford County, Michigan. On familysearch.org it reports that he died on May 7, 1908 in Wexford,...

Portage First United Methodist Church

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Identifier: RH-A-604
Scope and Contents The Portage First United Methodist Church was formerly known as the Portage United Methodist church. Around 2000, they adopted the concept of being the “lighthouse” church. This shows up in the newsletters.