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Teenagers--Michigan

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Ann Coffey Papers

 Collection
Identifier: SC 01146
Scope and Contents Contains one typed transcript of a diary as well as a scrapbook of photographs entitled "The Coffey Pot" by Ann Coffey for her daughter Ann Elaine Coffey. The diary gives an account of the daily life of Ann and Ann Elaine, from large events like Ann Elaine's birth, her first day of school, her adventures at camp, moving to different towns, and a family trip to Niagara Falls, to everyday occurrences including being bitten by the neighbor's scottie dog and getting a perm for her hair. The...

Friendship Album (Hesperia, Michigan)

 Collection
Identifier: SC 00840
Scope and Contents

Friendship album, 1934-1935, of a teenage boy named Jim from Hesperia, Michigan. Contains entries of poems and personal message from friends and family. Entries suggest that Jim is still in school and interested in sports.

Olney Family Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MS 00166
Scope and Contents Papers, 1879-1915, of the Olney family of Newaygo County, Michigan. Includes letters to Bert Olney at various addresses in Indiana and Michgan, which relate school incidents and discuss political matters, such as James Garfield's presidency. There are also letters between Bert and Alice Olney and their sons, Albert J. Olney and Clinton Olney. Albert J. and Clinton Olney were both studying agriculture at (what is now) Michigan State University. The letters from their parents discuss family...