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Three Figures sculpture...
1973
exwa_wmup_u-10255
 
Title
Three Figures sculpture on West Campus of Western Michigan University
Date
1973
Time Period
1970 - 1979
Seibert Administration ...
1967
exwa_wmup_u-01566
 
Title
Seibert Administration Building, exterior back view, at Western Michigan University
Date
1967
Time Period
1960 - 1967
Description
Exterior view of the back facade of the Western Michigan University Administration Building (now Seibert Administration Building) photographed in October 1967. The Administration Building was designed by architect Ralph R. Calder and built in 1952. Renamed the Seibert Administration Building in 1978, after Russell H. Seibert, former professor of History and Vice President.
Seibert Administration ...
exwa_wmup_u-01568
 
Title
Seibert Administration Building, exterior front view, at Western Michigan University
Description
Exterior front view of the facade of the Western Michigan University Administration Building (now Seibert Administration Building). The Administration Building was designed by architect Ralph R. Calder and built in 1952. Renamed the Seibert Administration Building in 1978, after Russell H. Seibert, former professor of History and Vice President.
Anna French, faculty at...
ca. 1945
French, Anna L. (Anna L...
exwa_wmup_u-000309
 
Title
Anna French, faculty at Western Michgian University
Date
ca. 1945
Time Period
1940 - 1949
Description
Anna L. French in her office. She began her career at Western as a assistant librarian in 1907, and later became head librarian in 1939 until her retirement in 1946. The dormatory, French Hall, was dedicated in her honor in 1960.
First Story Plan, Kalam...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
First Story Plan, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of First Story Plan of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the first story plan of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The plan shows the locations of the library, museum, hall, and porch. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building constructed by a women's club in the United States. It is located at 333 S. Park Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Front Elevation, Kalama...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Front Elevation, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Front Elevation of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the front elevation of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building constructed in the United States by a women's organization. It is located at 333 S. Park Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The drawing has some discoloration resulting from bleedthrough from a backing that has since been removed.
Plan of Roofs, Kalamazo...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Plan of Roofs, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Plan of Roofs, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the plan of roofs of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The plan shows the roof dimensions. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building constructed in the United States by a women's club. It is located at 333 S. Park Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Rear Elevation, Kalamaz...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Rear Elevation, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Rear Elevation of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the rear elevation of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The scale is drawn 4 feet to 1 inch. The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building in the United States constructed by a women's organization. The building is located at 333 S. Park Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Right Flank Elevation, ...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Right Flank Elevation, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Right Flank Elevation of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the right flank elevation of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building constructed in the United States by a women's club. It is located at 333 S. Park Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Second Story Plan, Kala...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Second Story Plan, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Second Story Plan of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the second story plan of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. The plan shows the locations of the auditorium, stage and stairway. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first clubhouse building constructed in the United States by a women's club. It is located at 333 S. Park Street in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Traverse Section, Kalam...
Gay, Henry Lord, 1844-1...
1878-07-31
Kalamazoo (Mich.)
 
Title
Traverse Section, Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alternative Title
Architectural Drawing of Traverse Section of Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association Building
Date
1878-07-31
Description
Hand drawn and colored architectural drawing on linen showing the traverse section of the Kalamazoo Ladies' Library Association building in Kalamazoo, Michigan. Drawing stamped "Henry L. Gay Architect 80 La Salle St., Chicago." The scale is 4 feet to 1 inch. The building was constructed in 1879 and is the first club house building in the United States constructed by a women's organization. The building is located at 333 S. Park Street, Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Blanche Draper, faculty...
1946
Draper, Fredora Blanche...
exwa_wmup_u-000310
 
Title
Blanche Draper, faculty at Western Michigan University
Date
1946
Time Period
1940 - 1949
Description
Studio portrait of Blanche Draper from the 1946 Brown & Gold yearbook. Draper came to Western State Normal School in 1918 to serve as the faculty editor of the Western Herald. She continued to serve in an advisory capacity to the Herald after it became a student-staffed newspaper. Her position evolved to full-time publicity director for the institution, which she held until her death in 1951. Draper Hall and Dinning Service was co-dedicated in 1950 in her honor for 31 years as publicity director.
Mechanical Trades Build...
ca. 1945
exwa_wmup_u-10468
 
Title
Mechanical Trades Building, facade, Western Michigan University
Date
ca. 1945
Time Period
1940 - 1949
Description
Exterior of the Mechanical Trades Building which was constructed in 1940 for the purposes of vocational training. Cars are parked in the front of the building. Ornamentation in the façade featured airplane propellers and one of the early classes taught out of this building was aviation mechanics. North Hall and West Hall are visible in the background.
D. Carl Shilling, facul...
1952
Shilling, David Carl, 1...
exwa_wmup_u-000308
 
Title
D. Carl Shilling, faculty at Western Michigan University
Date
1952
Time Period
1950 - 1959
Description
D. Carl Shilling with his collection of political buttons and ribbons. Shilling was a faculty member in the political science department beginning in 1921 and chair for the last seven years of his career at WMU. He retired in 1952. Photograph was printed in the Spring 1952 Western Michigan College News Magazine.
Carola Trittin, faculty...
1955
Trittin, Carola Pearl, ...
exwa_wmup_u-000373
 
Title
Carola Trittin, faculty at Western Michigan College of Education
Date
1955
Time Period
1950 - 1959
Description
Studio photograph of Carola Trittin, faculty in paper technology. Trittin was a chemist and served as faculty in Paper Technology Department at Western Michigan College of Education from 1955-1959. This photo appears in the Summer 1955 Western Michigan College News Magazine. Prior to joinning the WMU faculty, Carola Trittin was technical director of the Ward Paper Company in Merrill, Wisconsin.
Carola Trittin, faculty...
1955
Trittin, Carola Pearl, ...
exwa_wmup_u-000375
 
Title
Carola Trittin, faculty at Western Michigan College of Education
Date
1955
Time Period
1950 - 1959
Description
Carola Trittin, faculty member in paper technology, leaning on work table. In the background are shelves with bottles of chemicals. Trittin was a chemist and served as faculty in Paper Technology Department at Western Michigan College of Education from 1955-1959. Prior to joinning the WMU faculty, Carola Trittin was technical director of the Ward Paper Company in Merrill, Wisconsin.
Carola Trittin, faculty...
1955
Trittin, Carola Pearl, ...
exwa_wmup_u-000374
 
Title
Carola Trittin, faculty, posing with equipment, Western Michigan College of Education
Date
1955
Time Period
1950 - 1959
Description
Carola Trittin, faculty member in paper technology, holding multiple sheets of paper and standing with a piece of equipment in the background. Trittin was a chemist and served as faculty in Paper Technology Department at Western Michigan College of Education from 1955-1959. Prior to joinning the WMU faculty, Carola Trittin was technical director of the Ward Paper Company in Merrill, Wisconsin.
Charles S. Nichols, fac...
1957
Nichols, Charles Solon,...
exwa_wmup_u-000267
 
Title
Charles S. Nichols, faculty at Western Michigan University
Date
1957
Time Period
1950 - 1959
Description
Photograph of Charles S. Nichols working machinery. Charles Nichols taught Manual Arts at Western Michigan University from 1921-1957. The photo appears in the WMC News Magazine, Summer 1957 edition. 
Class of 1945 graduates...
1945
exwa_wmup_u-000367
 
Title
Class of 1945 graduates lined up outside East Hall, Western Michigan University
Date
1945
Time Period
1940 - 1949
Description
Graduating students in academic regalia standing on the promenade on the east side of East Hall following 1945 commencement at Western Michigan College of Education. In the background are East Hall porticoes.
To bottle beer - (No. 663)
To bottle beer - (No. 6...
Kitchiner, William, 177...
1831
Nineteenth century
 
Title
To bottle beer - (No. 663)
Alternative Title
Cook's Oracle. Selections
Date
1831
Time Period
Nineteenth century
Journal of daily expenditure of oils, wicks, and chimneys at the South Haven Michigan light station on Black River
Journal of daily expend...
Daily expenditure of oi...
Donahue, James S., 1842...
1888-1892
 
Title
Journal of daily expenditure of oils, wicks, and chimneys at the South Haven Michigan light station on Black River
Alternative Title
Daily expenditure of oils, wicks, and chimneys at the South Haven Michigan light station on Black River
Creator
Donahue, James S., 1842-1917