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Thu Feb 12 22:13:42 2015 UTClccn-no940322880.00Papers, 1893-19330.791.00Inaugural address of Edwin Willits : president of Michigan Agricultural College, August 19, 188556189778Edwin_Willitsno 940322883683429Willits, Edwin 1830-1896lccn-n79036854United StatesCongressHouseCommittee on the Judiciarylccn-n79008243United StatesDepartment of Agriculturelccn-n86023808Dabney, Charles William1855-1945lccn-n87946413Michigan Agricultural Collegelccn-n88159824Vrooman, Carl Schurz1872-1966lccn-n87825521Galloway, B. T.lccn-n79091762United StatesNational Archives and Records Servicelccn-n50069813Michigan Education Associationnp-brigham, joseph hBrigham, Joseph H.lccn-no97056917Hays, W. M.(Willet Martin)1859-1916WillitsMr(Edwin)1830-1896HistorySourcesBoundariesUnited States--Red RiverTexasOklahoma--Indian TerritoryAgricultureUnited StatesMichiganIndians of North America--Land tenurePresidentsCollege presidents--InaugurationCrimeCriminalsIntellectPublic healthSanitationCollege presidentsTaxationPolitical sciencePolitical conventionsUnited States--Red River Valley (Texas and Louisiana)Michigan--DexterAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Michigan--Ann ArborUniversity of Michigan.--Board of RegentsIndians of North AmericaChase, A. W.--(Alvin Wood),Speeches, addresses, etcMichigan Agricultural CollegeWomen in agricultureAgricultural exhibitionsElectionsNatural history--Study and teachingChristiancy, Isaac Peckham,Business recordsPolygamy--Law and legislationHome economics--ResearchLocal taxationBanks and bankingLegislationAlcohol--Law and legislationTemperance--Societies, etcNational GrangeRepublican Party (Mich.)Williams, Alpheus S.--(Alpheus Starkey),Agriculture--Societies, etcState Agricultural College (Mich.)University of VirginiaUtahEducationAntislavery movements18301896187818811882188518881891189218991947361818E75ocn012226101ocn033982986ocn036698365ocn828079008ocn847627439ocn034421328ocn071026676ocn894355342111ocn031129498book18820.80United StatesBoundary between Texas and Indian Territory31ocn033982986book18851.00WillitsInaugural address of Edwin Willits : president of Michigan Agricultural College, August 19, 188531ocn038416678book19470.97United StatesLetters sent by the assistant secretaries of agriculture, 1889-1919HistorySourcesCorrespondence of Assistant Secretaries of Agriculture Edwin Willits (Mar. 23, 1889-Dec. 31, 1893), Charles W. Dabney, Jr. (Jan. 1, 1894-Mar. 22, 1897), Joseph H. Brigham (Mar. 23, 1897-June 29, 1904), Willet M. Hays (Dec. 21, 1904-Mar. 7, 1913), Beverly T. Galloway (Mar. 17, 1913-July 31, 1914) and Carl S. Vrooman (Aug. 17, 1914-Dec. 31, 1918)31ocn012226101book18880.10WillitsRelations of intelligence to crime : paper read at the Michigan State Teachers' Association, Dec. 27, 188821ocn828079008book18851.00WillitsPresident's address21ocn036698365book18921.00WillitsAddress delivered at the Patent centennial celebration ... April 8, 1891 ... : the relation of invention to agriculture11ocn081112423book18811.00United StatesH.R. 756 ... : a bill to further regulate suffrage in the Territories of the United States, and to fix certain qualifications for office11ocn034421328mix1.00WillitsEdwin Willits papersPapers relating to his service in the United States Department of Agriculture11ocn847627439mix0.47WillitsEdwin Willits reference collectionThe Edwin Willits papers document the seventh president at Michigan State Normal School, who served from 1883 to 1885. His papers include such materials as biographies, clippings, and a copy of his Baccalaureate address11ocn034422420mix1.00Beal, Rice AnerRice Aner Beal papersHistoryJames F. Joy, James McMillan, Thomas W. Palmer, John T. Rich, Moses C. Tyler, Henry Waldron, Edwin Willits, and Alexander Winchell11ocn122647218mixMcBryde, John McLarenThese letters, two newspaper clippings, and one reminiscence concern McBryde's nomination for, and refusal of, the position of Assistant Secretary of Agriculture (1893), and the presidency of the University of Virginia (1903-1904)11ocn894355342mix1.00WillitsEdwin WillitsThe Edwin Willits papers consist of correspondence, financial records, Willits' inaugural address at Michigan Agricultural College, and various education-related materials, primarily concerning natural science11ocn071026676book18921.00WillitsCooperation of the Dept. of Agriculture with the educational forces in the U.S. relating to agriculture11ocn367482051book18811.00United StatesH.R. 760 ... : a bill to reorganize the legislative power of Utah Territory11ocn631075243book18911.00United StatesScientific work of the Department in its relations to practical agriculture11ocn168502649art18990.10Willits, Edwin : assistant secretary of agricultureBiography11ocn856584805mix1.00Stockman, Dora HallDora Hall StockmanPhotographsPoetryPamphletsDramaPostcardsScrapbooksDora Hall Stockman was an East Lansing, Michigan resident and was actively involved in local affairs. The collection contains a typed transcript of her autobiography, correspondence, publications, and newspaper clippings of the various activities in which she participated. Mrs. Stockman's primary interest was in the State Grange. As an active member she helped establish county Granges throughout the state and held several state offices including that of State Grange Lecturer (1914-1930). Included in the papers are State Grange rosters, publications, handbooks, publications of the Ingham County Grange, issues of the "Michigan Patron", the major publication of the State Grange with articles written by Mrs. Stockman, and some National Grange information. In the 1930s, Mrs. Stockman began to work on her doctoral degree in Sociology at Michigan State College. While unfinished, portions of the thesis, entitled "The Grand and Rural Life in America" are included in addition to portions which appeared in the "Michigan Patron." Although her thesis remained incomplete, Mrs. Stockman was the first woman to receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Michigan State College on June 11, 1934. Other materials from M.S.C. include commencement programs, "Farmers' Week" publications and several issues of the "Michigan State News." Mrs. Stockman was also involved in many other writing activities. Included are articles, pageants, speeches, songs, poems, a manuscript entitled "Happy Valley" and two books, "Dialogues" and "Farmerkins Farm Rhymes." Also radio broadcast transcripts which Mrs. Stockman gave over WKAR at M.S.C. In 1938, Mrs. Stockman was elected to the State Legislature from the Second District of Ingham County, a seat she held until she retired from politics in 1946. Correspondence, materials of legislative action and newspaper clippings are included pertaining to her terms in office. There are also materials pertaining to her farm west of Lansing, a memorial scrapbook presented to her by the Ingham County Grange and numerous photographs11ocn683191397visu18781.00Michigan delegation, Forty fifth Congress, 1878Photograph showing individual cameos of 11 of the 12 members of the Michigan delegation to the 45th Congress including Alpheus Williams, the sole Democrat, Omar Conger, Jay Hubbell, and othersFri Feb 13 10:19:42 EST 2015batch12468