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    • Great Lakes Central’s Traverse City Turn, Conduit to History 

      Koenig, Richard (Ann Arbor Railroad Technical and Historical Association, 2021)
      The railroad history of Traverse City, Michigan, is explored trough the current-day operations of the Great Lake Central Railroad’s Traverse City Turn. This includes when the Grand Rapids & Indiana Railroad (later the ...
    • Great Lakes Central’s Traverse City Turn, Part Two, A Photo Album 

      Koenig, Richard (Ann Arbor Railroad Technical and Historical Association, 2021)
      A follow up to Volume 36, Number 1 (“Great Lakes Central’s Traverse City Turn, Conduit to History”), where the railroad history of Traverse City, Michigan, is explored, this article is made up of original photographs and ...
    • Growing Up in a Railroad Vacuum: Photography, Trains, and Mentorship 

      Koenig, Richard (Center for Railroad Photography & Art, 2017)
      This is a selection of railroad imagery the author made between 1975 and 1979. The title comes from one of the protagonists of the story who moved to Bloomington, Indiana, from central Illinois and was accustomed to more ...
    • Gunter Grass 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1970-05-29)
      Program for the 1970 Faculty Readers' Theatre production of Gunter Grass. Selections from Grass's poetry and novels were read. Readers included Margo Bosker, William Long, Robert Dewey, Clair Myers, Irmgard Kowatzke, David ...
    • Institutional Review Board Policies for Research with and Protection of Human Subjects 

      Intitutional Review Board (2011)
      This policy's purpose is to protect human subjects of original research conducted either at Kalamazoo College or by an employee or student of Kalamazoo College. It is intended to assure that subjects of research are aware ...
    • K Plan for the 21st Century: General Education Curriculum 

      Educational Policies Committee (2009-01-12)
      The general education curriculum that supports the K Plan features breadth across the liberal arts, a strong global and intercultural focus, widespread participation in meaningful study abroad and servicelearning, rigorous ...
    • Kalamazoo College 2009 CIRP The Freshman Survey Presentation 

      Dueweke, Anne; Sotherland, Paul R., 1953- (2009)
      PowerPoint slides of a Teaching and Learning Workshop presentation given in Fall 2009 by Anne Dueweke and Paul Sotherland.
    • Kalamazoo College Faculty and Staff List, 1833-2007 

      Kalamazoo College Archives (2009-07-22)
      This is an Excel spreadsheet listing all or most Kalamazoo College faculty, and some staff, from the earliest available records to the modern day. The list includes a person's name (including variations such as maiden name ...
    • Kalamazoo College Faculty, 1950 

      Schiavone Studio (Kalamazoo College, 1950-10)
      Kalamazoo College faculty in October 1950, photographed on the steps of Stetson Chapel. This is Schiavone Studios negative no. 5451.
    • Kalamazoo College Faculty, circa 1915-1917 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 1915-17)
      Kalamazoo College faculty, photographed on the steps of Bowen Hall sometime between 1915 and 1917. In the front row, from left to right, are Herbert Lee Stetson (College President), Clarke Benedict "Tuffy" Williams (Professor ...
    • Kalamazoo College Religion Seminar 

      Unknown (Kalamazoo College, 2009-08-28)
      Dr. Marion H. Dunsmore, a professor of religion at Kalamazoo College, in a seminar room in Mandelle Memorial Library. Dr. Dunsmore was a graduate with the class of 1920, and returned as an assistant professor of Biblical ...
    • Kalamazoo Legends: Lucinda Hinsdale Stone 

      Palchick, Lisa (2005-01-24)
      A PowerPoint presentation given by Lisa Palchick, Dean of Libraries and Information Services, at a Kalamazoo Rotary Club meeting on January 24, 2005. This presentation outlines a biography of Lucinda Hinsdale Stone and her ...
    • The Life Story of Dr. Wally Schmeichel, as told by Dr. Waldemar Schmeichel on May 22, 2009 

      Schmeichel, Waldemar, 1938- (2009-05-22)
      Dr. Waldemar Schmeichel recounts his life experiences as a child in Poland and Germany during World War II. Transcribed by Arica Ciak.
    • Line Relocation in Eastern Wyoming: A Photo Study of Union Pacific's Abandoned Mainline Segments 

      Koenig, Richard (Union Pacific Historical Society, 2019)
      This photographic essay explores the four abandoned segments of the transcontinental mainline in eastern Wyoming between Buford (26 miles west of Cheyenne) and Dana (34 miles east of Rawlins). As initially constructed this ...
    • Major Barbara 

      Unknown author (Kalamazoo College, 1961-02-04)
      Cast members of the 1961 Faculty Readers Theatre production of George Bernard Shaw's "Major Barbara." Nelda Balch is seated in the first row, second from right. Other faculty members include Walter Waring, Lloyd Averill, ...
    • Marcia Wood helping a student 

      Morgan, Ward C. (Kalamazoo College, 1970)
      Professor Marcia Wood (1965-2001) is seen helping a female student with figure drawing. Wood is leaning over to adjust the markings on the student's paper while the student watches patiently. This is Ward C. Morgan negative ...
    • Margo Bosker Light 

      Unknown author (1983)
      A portrait of Kalamazoo College German professor Margo G. Bosker Light. The photographer is not known.
    • The Misanthrope 

      Campbell, Rick (Kalamazoo Gazette, 1965-01-27)
      Cast of the 1965 Faculty Readers Theatre production of Moliere's "The Misanthrope." Nelda Balch is seated second from the left.
    • Not A Born Teacher: Lucasse Talk 2/9/05 

      Grossman, Robert W., 1943-2012 (2005-02-09)
      Lucasse Award talk given by Dr. Robert Grossman on February 9, 2005 for the Florence J. Lucasse Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching.
    • Of History, Sagas, and the "K Plan:" In Quest of a Usable Past 

      Stauffer, Robert E., 1941- (2004-10-22)
      A talk presented at a Faculty Study on October 22, 2004 that outlines the self-study process.