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  • Spring Arbor University Archives (Flint, Michigan, 1968)
    POSTMARK: Sep 24, 1968 ADDRESSEE: Mr. E.W. Cary, To Veterans Hospital, Battle Creek Michigan. Spring Arbor, Michigan MESSAGE: Hello E.W. Another rainy day here, but we have been having some beautiful days too. The ...
  • Cherem, Barbara; Gianetti, Natalie (Spring Arbor College Press, 1992)
    What do you do if your daughter lives with your ex-husband— a thousand miles away? How does a single, working mother respond to the special challenges of raising kids? How can a father unload the emotional baggage he brings ...
  • Baker, Jack R.; Bilbro, Jeffrey (Christian Scholar's Review, Winter 2016, Vol. XLV, No. 2, 2016-01-22)
    (The first paragraph of the article is used in lieu of an abstract.) In "The Loss of the University," Wendell Berry proposes that contemporary universities should return to a model of learning that envisions knowledge ...
  • Metts, Wallis Jr.; McKenna, David L.; Chapman, James; Briner, Bob; Hill, Darold L. Dr.; Bullen, Lawrence L.; Hauger, Garnet; White, Glenn J. (Spring Arbor College, 2000-06)
    The "Reflections" oversized newsletter published in June, 2000, highlights the many achievements of James L. Chapman at Spring Arbor College during his time as President.
  • Susan Panak, Archivist Spring Arbor University (2017)
    Three piece Altar Set. Part of a collection of Old World fabrics, obtained from the Winter Palace, St. Petersburg, where they had been assembled from the private Chapels of the Winter Palace, Tsarskoye Selo and other Royal ...
  • "S.A.S." 
    Unknown author (1913)
    POSTMARK: December 15, 2013 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Mr. Herm Kelley, Leslie, Mich. R.D. #4 MESSAGE: Dear Bro. I thought I would write you and let you know that the F.M. at Dansville are having some fine ...
  • Conrad, Sarah (2015-05-15)
    Women of the nineteenth century were expected to live a certain lifestyle that emphasized the ideal that “the true woman's place was unquestionably by her own fireside--as daughter, sister, but most of all as wife and ...
  • Unknown author (1924)
    Burroughs-Woodhurst Service Station and Grocery
  • Unknown author (1930)
  • Bilbro, Jeffrey (Irish Studies Review, 2011-08-24)
    This essay carefully analyses an important facet of T.S. Eliot's influence on Heaney, namely their shared understanding of the auditory imagination. Heaney looks to Eliot's auditory imagination to help him accomplish three ...
  • Wade, Kerry (2014-04-14)
    Like her internationally acclaimed novel, The Joy Luck Club, Amy Tan’s second novel, The Kitchen God’s Wife uses oral narration to address the intergenerational and intercultural struggles of Chinese-American mothers and ...
  • Penrod, John (Spring Arbor College, 1971)
  • Unknown author (2017)
  • Spring Arbor University Archives (MWM Co., 1980)
  • Spring Arbor University Archives (Elda Breadehoft, 1980)
    Spring Arbor Free Methodist Church Spring Arbor, Michigan 49283 Sanctuary seating capacity - 1900 Chapel Accommodation - 200
  • Unknown author (Drake Bros., Jackson, Mich., 1912-03-04)
    NOTE: "Wrong Delivery" ADDRESSEE: Miss Ida Williams, Bloomfield, Indiana. POSTMARK: Union City, March 1912. MESSAGE: Dear Friend, was down to Spring Arbor last Saturday to a surprise party. The people expected one ...
  • Unknown author (1907)
    POSTMARKS: Nov 7, 1907: Imlay City, Michigan; Burnside, Michigan: Spring Arbor, Michigan; [] City, Michigan. ADDRESSEE: Miss Ada Somerville MESSAGE: Dear friend! This is a picture of the boys and girls dormitories ...
  • Unknown author (1906)
  • Unknown author (1907)
    POSTMARK: May, 1907 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Mr. Vernor Winey, 780 Jackson Court, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • Unknown author (Spring Arbor University Archives, 2017)
    Photographs of awards including trophies, plaques and banners from the SAU Athletic Department for the following: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Cross Country and Track, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Track, and Volleyball. ...