Mary A. LaSelle Collection
c.00481

Summary Information

Repository
Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections
Title
Mary A. LaSelle collection
ID
c.00481
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1862-1891
Date [inclusive]
1862-1918
Extent
0.1 Cubic feet , 4 folders
Language
English

Preferred Citation

Researchers wishing to cite this collection should include the following information: "Item title, Collection title, Collection Identifier, Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections, East Lansing, Michigan".

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Scope and Contents note

The collection contains the diary of Edward Lester LaSelle while he was a student at Olivet College and later a teacher in Portland, Michigan, 1880-1881; a farm account book, 1884-1991; minutes of School District No. 4 of Portland Township in Ionia County, 1862-89; Postmaster appointment certificate, 1891 and a Diamond Jubilee Book of First Congregational Church, Portland, Michigan, 1918.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Michigan State University Archives and Historical Collections April 1979

Conrad Hall
888 Wilson Road, Room 101
East Lansing , MI, 48824
517-355-2330
archives@msu.edu

Revision Description

  July 2000

Conditions Governing Access

Collection is open for research.

Legal Status

Copyright: Michigan State University Property Rights: Michigan State University

Conditions Governing Use

Permission to publish material from this collection must be obtained from University Archives & Historical Collections, Michigan State University.

Custodial History

Gift of Mary A. LaSelle.

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Controlled Access Headings

Geographic Name(s)

  • Portland (Mich.)

Personal Name(s)

  • LaSelle, E. L.

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Collection Inventory

Papers 

Folder

Diary of E. L. LaSelle 1880-1881 

1

Minutes of School District #4, Portland Township 1862-1889 

2

Farm Account Book 1884-1891 

3

Diamond Jubilee Book of First Congregational Church 1918 and Centennial Celebration 1953 

4

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