Found in 36 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is composed of thirty-two diaries written by Andrew Jackson Easton (1834-1920) from 1869-1914. The diaries detail the daily life of Andrew, a general farmer who lived in Berrien Center, Michigan. The winter months focus on activities such as woodcutting and selling. The warmer months focus on farming activities for both livestock and produce. The fall months focus on picking produce and harvesting crops.
Series of letters, notes, drawings, and worksheets that Father Anthony kept from June 22, 1972 - September 29, 1974. These journal entries, written as letters, detail his spiritual journey and his life over this two-year period. The heading or title that appears on many of the entries is "A Trappist Writes to God."
The collection contains various documents and photos related to Arthur and Effie Johnson Ford and range from 1887 to 1929.
The collection is composed of two diaries written by Burton C. Waite from Kalamazoo, Michigan in 1889 and 1890.
The collection consists of one diary written from January 1 until December 31, 1915 by Christine Ott, age seventeen, who lived in Coldwater, Michigan.
Personal papers relating to Kalamazoo Central High School, Kalamazoo, Michigan, 1953-1966, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 1957-1963, 1991-1992, and Harvard Law School, 1960-1968. Family papers include diary, 1956-1960, photographs, family reminiscences. Gay rights materials include papers from Portland, Oregon and by-laws for Cascade Guild, 1976-1984.
The collection is composed of notebooks, diaries and miscellaneous papers dating from 1925 until 1952 that belonged to Donald and Donna Boudeman who lived in Kalamazoo, Michigan.