Subject Source: GenreformScope Note: Commercial or business intercourse engaged in by two or more parties. May be considered broadly to include letters and other forms of communication including electronic mail.
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of material including socialist and art magazines, court cases, art school material, socialist organization material, and photo and printing plates that were collected and used by Guy Lockwood.The court cases in the collection all involve Lockwood. The first court case is between Lockwood and the Acme Art School and it is about money that the art school owes Lockwood and refused to pay. The second court case is between Lockwood and the Acme Art School...
Scope and Contents The collection is made up of documents related to Harold and Grace Upjohn Foundation of Kalamazoo Michigan from 1979 to the mid-2000s. The records consist of grant requests, foundation correspondence, member and trustee meeting minutes, and other miscellaneous documents.
Dates: 1979 - mid-2000s
Abstract This collection is composed of letters and booklets from the Kalamazoo Light Guard from 1881.
Abstract The collection is composed of newsletters, correspondence between members and institutions, and records kept by the Michigan Land Trustees spanning the years 1976-2016.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1976-2016
Scope and Contents Property records include a deed, a contract, architectural drawings for the new addition, building appraisal and correspondence about the building on East Kilgore.
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of one bound book containing letters from 1942-1945 by Dr. Ralph Cook (1881-1959) from Kalamazoo Michigan.The letters consist of correspondence between staff at Borgess and Bronson Hospitals and Dr. Clark and updates from Kalamazoo Academy members that were serving overseas during World War Two, local news, workplace chatter.The contents of letters consisted of correspondence and updates on various procedures and practices between doctors at...
Scope and Contents This series contains material about an exhibit that was completed in November 1934 and donated to the Smithsonian for display. This exhibit consisted of forty dioramas that showed the history of pharmaceutical research and manufacture. Material includes correspondence between the Smithsonian, the contractor of the dioramas, and Upjohn for the years 1933-1949 as well as the contract, general specifications, and legends for the dioramas. Also of note, are the Diorama Books, which contain high...