TABLE OF CONTENTS
|Creator:||Hock, Elmer F.|
|Title:||Papers of Elmer F. Hock|
|Dates:||1907 - 1913|
|Quantity:||1 volume, 3 folders|
Elmer Forrest "Tubby" Hock, from Detroit, Michigan, received his B.S. in Horticulture from M.A.C. in 1913. He was a member and president of the Columbian Literary Society, a member and president of the Dramatic Club, a member of the Horticulture Club, and Quartermaster of the 3rd Battalion, M.A.C. Cadet Corps while at M.A.C. He later earned a Master's Degree from the University of Detroit, and became an Assistant Principal at Garfield Intermediate School in Detroit.
Elmer F. Hock Papers consist of a scrapbook, songs, poems, and a copy of regulations for the Women's Building. His scrapbook contains programs, invitation, announcements, photographs, post cards, athletic schedules, college songs, posters, tickets, and newspaper clippings relating student life at MAC..
|This collection is indexed under the following headings in the MSU catalog, "MAGIC". This catalog can be accessed through search by location under the University Archives and Historical Collections. Researchers desiring materials about related topics, persons or places should search the catalog using these headings.|
|Michigan Agricultural College -- Columbian Literary Society -- 1892-1927|
|Michigan State University -- Buildings -- Morrill Hall -- 1907-|
|Michigan State University -- Cadet Corps -- Third Battalion -- 1907-1913|
|Michigan State University -- Dramatic Club -- 1907-1913|
|Michigan State University -- Horticulture Club -- 1907-1913|
|Michigan State University -- Student Life -- 1907-1913|
|Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity -- Michigan Gamma Chapter -- 1892-|
Gift of Madison Kuhn, 1973-02-07.
|F.D.||Memorabilia from MAC|
|1||"Regulations for the Women's Building," 1907|
|2||Songs, 1911, n.d.|
|Scrapbook 38: 1908-1913|