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Photographs

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 103 Collections and/or Records:

Inventories

 Record Group
Scope and Contents This collection documents the history and the operations of the Upjohn Company. The collection consists of manufacturing records produced from the tablets, pills and special formulas departments as well as individual researchers; full financial statements from 1901-1933 as well as a full run of annual reports from 1945-1986; real estate files; advertising and publicity as well as marketing and sales files; complete runs of Upjohn News, Scope, and The Overflow; company appraisals; and a medical...

Janet Brown Meulman Booklet

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3477
Scope and Contents The booklet contains information about graduates, especially those who attended the reunion on July 25, 2009.Included is information about what life was like for these people when they were growing up in Kalamazoo. The writer also wanted to include information about the community and was able to gather a great deal of information about stores, movie theaters, restaurants, movies and music, just to mention a few categories. There also are photographs from high school, elementary and junior high...

Kalamazoo Loose-Leaf Binder Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3382
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of 12 photographs from the Kalamazoo Loose Leaf Binder Company and its successor, the Remington Rand Company which was located at 314-320 (later 312-334) W. Kalamazoo Avenue, Kalamazoo, Michigan. The photographs are from about 1911 until 1940.

Kalamazoo-Numazu Sister City Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3383
Overview The collection is composed of 84 black-and-white photographs taken during the May 10-12, 1964 visit to Kalamazoo by the Numazu, Japan delegation.

Kalamazoo Portrait Photographers

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-2898
Abstract The collection is composed of photographs, mainly carte de visites, cabinet cards and miscellaneous photographs of unidentified people taken by Kalamazoo photographers. These photographs more than likely were taken anywhere between 1870 and 1955.

Kalamazoo Russian Cultural Association

 File
Identifier: RH-A-3543
Scope and Contents Beginning in the early 1990’s, the Kalamazoo-Pushkin Partnership was founded by Janet Ferguson after a trip to Pushkin in Russia. The city of Pushkin was in great need of supplies after the fall of the Soviet Union, and some of the later members of the group helped to get them supplies. When they met the supply crate in the town, they began to create friendships with many of the local people. The Kalamazoo-Pushkin Partnership became the Kalamazoo Russian Cultural Association in 2011, but their...

Kalamazoo Sled Company Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3345
Scope and Contents The collection is composed of one scrapbook from the Kalamazoo Sled Company from 1931-1952. The scrapbook is filled with advertisements of sleds, the majority of them made by the Kalamazoo Sled Company.

Kalamazoo Society for Crippled Children and Adults Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3530
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.

Lacey-Webber Company Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RH-A-3413
Overview The collection is composed of photographs and signs from the Lacey-Webber Company that was located in Kalamazoo between 1939 and 1947.

Latvian Photos #1

 File — Box 163: Series Series 4, Folder: 8, Object: 1
Identifier: Folder 8
Scope and Contents The Miscellaneous Ephemera series includes several small donations of materials made by various donors: WWII period maps and postcards from Germany and Eastern Europe and ephemera from the post-WWII American occupation of Japan (the former donated by WMU Librarian, Maira Bundza, and the latter donated by WMU alumnus (Class of 2012), Tyler Baker.