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  • Gitchell, Chester S. (1866)
    "The diary depicts the day-to-day struggles of seeking God's will in the ministry and of Gitchell's daily spiritual pilgrimage.
  • Unknown author (Drake Bros., Jackson, Mich. Printed in Germany, 1882)
  • Free Methodist Church (The Free Methodist, 1893-04-26)
    John Ellison's obituary expounding on his personal life facts but mostly dedicated to his service to the Free Methodist Church. In addition, "An Appeal" is a column dedicated to raising funds to offset the mortgage held ...
  • Spring Arbor University Archives (Ernect C. Blanchard, 1899)
    POSTMARK: May 5, 1899 ADDRESSEE: Miss Lizzie Howe, Allen, Michigan SENDER: Sadie Hillard, Spring Arbror.
  • Unknown author (1906)
  • Unknown author (1907)
    POSTMARK: May, 1907 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Mr. Vernor Winey, 780 Jackson Court, Kalamazoo, Michigan
  • 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 ...
  • Chronicle (Spring Arbor Seminary, 1907)
  • Unknown author (1908)
    POSTMARK: December 24, (year illegible) ADDRESSEE: Master Georgie Campbell, Ann Arbor, Mich. R. F: D No 6. MESSAGE: Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. Marian Hitt
  • Office of University Advancement (1909)
    A news publication for the alumni and friends of Spring Arbor University.
  • Unknown author (1909)
    POSTMARK: March 11, 1909 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Miss Lucy Andrus, South Haven, Mich. Forest Ave. MESSAGE: Dear Friend, - your card at hand some time ago. School going about the same as ever. We are very near ...
  • Unknown author (1909-10-21)
    POSTMARK: October 21, 1909 ADDRESSEE: Mr. Fred Gyles, 802 Washington St., Albion, Mich. MESSAGE: This postcard isant very pretty but it is all I have. Dear Bro. Now we received your card, we glad to hear from you. ...
  • 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 (1912-09-26)
    POSTMARK: Sep 26 1912 Spring Arbor, Mich ADDRESSEE: Miss. Madge Scofield, Leslie, Mich, R.D.MS. MESSAGE: I want my rubber boot and winter coat. I do quite a bit of [freezing] around out here doing one thing and another ...
  • "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 ...
  • Unknown author (1913)
    POSTMARK: Dec 5, 1913 ADDRESSEE: Mr. Wm. A. Dorn[how?], Shabboua, Mich. #4. Hello Willie! Where have you been keeping your self? I haven't heard a thing of you since I came down here. I wouldn't know whether you were ...
  • Unknown author (1914)
    POSTMARK: February 26, 1914 Spring Arbor, Mich ADDRESSEE: Mr. Willie Dornton, Shabbona, Mich. Route H MESSAGE: Dear Brother; How are you getting along at school? Does Mrs. White ever give you a little[?] information? ...
  • Unknown author (1914)
    Postmark: Spring Arbor, Mich Sept 29 Addressee: Mrs Julia Monroe Bronson, Mich. Message: Dear Ma. This is a train wreck that happened at Spring Arbor station. This is the engine and there was 16 cars burning in a pile ...
  • Unknown author (1915)
    POSTMARK: February 23, 1915 Spring Arbor, Mich. ADDRESSEE: Mr. R. C. Campbell, Ann Arbor, Mich, R#6 MESSAGE: Expect you have your garden all made and potatoes planted. Have been busy with the wood and have not ...