Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The collection is composed of photos, magazine articles and materials relating to the Red Brick Inn, Jaycees, sheep farming, 4-h and other facets of Edward Barton’s life. The collection is one cubic foot.
The collection is composed of one five-year diary owned by Ella Sheldon Rogers (1874-1944) who spent the last 14 years of her life in the Michigan cities of Kalamazoo and Delton. The collection additionally has two letters from Ella's son-in-law Leon Leonard, a diploma for her daughter Eloyse Rogers Leonard, their marriage certificate and a family cookbook compiled for Eloyse Rogers Leonard along with a few single sheets.
Recipes gathered by family members for Eloyse Rogers Leonard
Materials relating to the Edward Barton and family include information about Michigan Fiber-Optic Cable Litigation, ca. 2004; information on sheep farming and 4-H; Plainwell School reunion information, 1950s-2000s; brochure with recipes from the Red Brick Inn, Plainwell, Michigan, 1940s-1950s. Edward Barton family correspondence and photographs both color and black-and-white. Parent Education Club and Michigan Mother's Manuel, 1940s-1950s.