Kalamazoo (Mich.) -- History
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Dorothy B. Waage Collection
Hammond Machinery, Inc. Collection
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.
Dates: Publication: 1952
Memorial Day Program
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. The program...
Dates: Publication: 1890-05-30
Oral history interview with Robert Trader, January 10, 1997
File — Box 5-OralHist, Object: 18
Richard G. Lobdell Diary
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.
Dates: 1929 January-August