Clippings (Books, newspapers, etc.)
Subject Source: Genreform
Found in 14 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract 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)
File — Box 1: , Folder: 13
Scope and Contents Documents regarding the internal affairs of the Kalamazoo Society for Crippled Children and Adults, including audits, by-laws, and detailed notes from meetings. Material from other sources include photocopies of newspaper clippings; photographs and a detailed history of the society.
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.
Abstract Papers of Msgr. Joseph Turk (1895-1951) including research notes, manuscript drafts, offprints, correspondence, newspaper clippings and postage stamps. The research papers and notes are concerned with the Cistercian Statuta and important figures in Cistercian history, such as Bernard of Clairvaux, William of St. Thierry and Stephen Harding. The newspaper clippings relate to mid-twentieth century politics in Yugoslavia.
Scope and Contents This material consists almost exclusively of newspaper clippings from clipping agencies from 1959-1968. The U. S. clippings primarily cover issues such as financial reports, major drug failures and triumphs, government hearings, litigation, and personnel changes at the V. P. level and above. The local clippings on the other hand deal with more intimate issues such as pollution, land zoning issues, and building contracts.
File — Box 16-Travel-Ads: , Folder: 2
Scope and Contents The records collection includes: minutes of the company from the first 6 years; financial, operational, and production material such as early production ledgers, 1892-1912; speeches, 1938-1969; advertising through the years, such as Saturday Evening Post ads,1941-1944; local and national news clippings; in-house magazines---Upjohn News, 1946-1961, Overflow, 1926-1964, Inter-comment, 1972-1995, Merger news, 1995-1996, Intercom, Kalamazoo Edition, 1963-1993; Upjohn support and establishment of...
Item — Box 1: [31141023887024 ], Object: 6
Scope and Contents The diary was written by Rena Bestervelt Henshaw (1903-1988) who was married to John H. Henshaw (1902-1994.) They had three children: Fred, Linda and Margaret. They got married on November 26, 1926. John H. Henshaw worked as a draftsman from Brown Co. and was a carpenter once he retired in 1966.In 1955, Margaret Henshaw (1939-2014) was diagnosed with polio, which at the time was a devastating disease which had symptoms of paralysis and could be fatal. Margaret’s mother, Rena...
File — Box 1: , Folder: 10