Clarke Historical Library
Central Michigan University

Finding aid for
Central Michigan University. Office of the President, President Charles L. Anspach Papers

Finding aid created by
Marian Matyn

Summary Information
Title: Central Michigan University. Office of the President, President Charles L. Anspach Papers,
Creator: Central Michigan University. Office of the President.
Inclusive dates: 1905, 2001, and undated
Extent: 23 cubic ft. (in 22 boxes)
Abstract:
The collection contains biographical information, correspondence, photographs, reports, speeches, subject files, memorabilia, plaques, index card, and oversized materials of President Anspach.

Call number: MSS.
Language: The material is in English
Repository: Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University
250 East Preston Street
Mount Pleasant, MI 48859
Phone: 989-774-3352
Fax: 989-774-2160
Email: clarke@cmich.edu
Website: http://clarke.cmich.edu


Access and Use
Acquisition Information:

No Acc#

Access Restrictions:

Central Michigan University. Office of the President, President Charles L. Anspach Papers are open for research.

Copyright:

Copyright is unknown.

Preferred Citation:

Central Michigan University. Office of the President, President Charles L. Anspach Papers, Folder # , Box #, Clarke Historical Library, Central Michigan University


Arrangement

The collection is organized by series, alphabetically and then chronologically.


History

Biography:

Charles LeRoy Anspach was born on March 5, 1895, in Fremont (Ohio), the son of Phillip Noble and Amanda (Loose) Anspach. His father was a cabinet maker and general contractor. Charles attended Ross High School in Fremont for one year and then Ashland Academy from 1909 until he graduated, in 1912. While in high school he worked on the school paper, participated in debating activities, and played basketball and baseball.

From 1912 to 1914 Charles worked as a correspondent in the Service Department of Willys-Overland and Chevrolet Motors in Toledo (Ohio). He worked as the Assistant Manager for the Parts and Service Department of Chevrolet Motors in Flint, Michigan, 1916-1917. From 1917 to 1918 he worked as a correspondent in the Repair Division of Willys-Overland, University of Toledo Night School for Executives.

While working, Charles attended Ashland College, now University, from which he graduated in 1919 with a B.A. degree. He majored in biology and sociology and was salutatorian of his class.

In 1920, Charles earned his M.A. degree from Ashland. In 1923 he earned his second M.A. from the University of Michigan (UM). His thesis was entitled, “A study of five state reformatories.” He earned his Ph.D. in 1930, also from the UM. His dissertation was entitled, “A study of student accounting in the liberal arts colleges.”

Dr. Anspach’s career in educational administration began in 1923 when he became the Registrar of Ashland College, a position he held until 1926. In 1926 Dr. Anspach was appointed Dean of the College. Dr. Anspach served as Dean until 1930, when he became the Head of the Education Department at Michigan State Normal College, Ypsilanti, now Eastern Michigan University (EMU). From 1934 to 1935, he served as Dean of Administration at EMU. Dr. Anspach then returned to Ashland College, where he served as President from 1935 to 1939.

On July 1, 1939, Dr. Anspach became the fifth President of Central Michigan University (CMU), a position in which he served until he retired in 1959. President Anspach was held in very high esteem by the CMU students and staff. He had a great memory for names. After meeting a person he never forgot them, and could greet them by name for years afterwards.

During his tenure, CMU grew from an enrollment of 2,284 students in 1939 to 7,247 students in 1959. There were seven buildings on campus when he arrived in 1939 and 40 when he retired in 1959. Widely respected throughout Michigan, President Anspach put CMU on the map in the state as a highly respectable college.

President Anspach was also a scholar, writing a number of books, including A voice speaks (1975), We’re proud of Michigan and proud to present Crawford County (1959), and We’re proud of Michigan and proud to present Montmorency County (1959). He also co-authored Problems in education sociology (1934) and A man of observation problems (1932). [Copies of all of these publications are available in the Clarke.]

He was also known and in constant demand for his speaking and story telling ability. Alumnae, Marge (Anderson) Griffin, CMU class of 1944, recalled in March 2003 how President Anspach could hold an auditorium of people spellbound for an hour by simply repeating various jokes and stories one after the other.

President Anspach was a devout Christian gentleman and humanitarian. He was active in the Peace Movement prior to World War II and in Temperance organizations. President Anspach was also a member of numerous national civic, business, and religious organizations, including: The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America, the Michigan Society for Mental Health, and Michigan’s Young Men’s Christian Association, among others. He also served on the Board of Directors of the Isabella Bank and Trust in Mount Pleasant, Michigan. President Anspach also served as a member of the Board of Regents for Eastern Michigan University, 1964-1974, the Board of Trustees at Ashland College, 1939-1973, and the Board of Northwood Institute, now Northwood University, Midland, Michigan, 1969-1973.

He was regarded as “the most personable and friendly man” John C. Hepler ever met and “One of the finest speakers I have ever heard.” [From President Anspach’s obituary in CMLife, October 26, 1966.

Many honors, civic and educational, were bestowed upon him. Both in 1954 and 1977, he was named Mount Pleasant’s Most Outstanding Citizen of the Year. He received nine honorary doctorates and dozens of awards from civic, business, and education groups throughout the nation. President Anspach was also listed in Who’s who in America, 1938-1970, and other, similar publications.

In 1916, Charles Anspach married Miss Mary Fisher (May 26, 1894, in Mexico (Indiana)-December 1, 1970, in Mount Pleasant). Mary was active in local churches and the WCTU. With Mary, Charles had two daughters, Mrs. Vivian (Henry) Boersma and Mrs. Lillian (Richard) Franklin. After Mary died, a scholarship at CMU was established in her name. Later, Charles married Dr. Elizabeth L. Wheeler-Anspach (1904-2003), a CMU Professor of Health Education. [Elizabeth’s obituary is in the CMU Vertical Files.]

President Anspach had a history of strokes. On August 29, 1977, President Anspach suffered a severe stroke which had paralyzed his right side and left him unable to speak. He died on October 25, 1977 in the Isabella County Medical Care Facility. CMU classes were suspended so students could attend his funeral services at First Presbyterian Church, Mount Pleasant. He was buried in Mexico (Indiana). He was survived by his second wife, Elizabeth Wheeler-Anspach, his two daughters, and five granddaughters.

In 1994, the Charles and Mary Fisher Anspach Scholarship was endowed at CMU. Initially a loan fund, the scholarship is intended for sophomores, juniors, and seniors with a 3 point grade point average. The amount of the scholarship given each year is determined by the amount of interest earned on the endowment fund.

Two of Dr. Anspach’s granddaughters, Marcy Boersma, and Charlene Franklin, are also CMU graduates. (This information is from the collection and the CMU Financial Aid Office.)


Collection Scope and Content Note

The collection is divided into the following series: Biographical Information (2 cubic ft.), 1912, 2001, undated, including: obituaries (copies), his doctoral dissertation and thesis, certificates, citations, diaries, 1932-1958 (scattered) and 1960-1973, honorary degrees, inauguration materials, scrapbooks, 1948-1959, testimonials and tributes, and his Last Will and Testament, 1977; Correspondence (approximately 1 cubic ft.), 1932-1977, with various individuals, organizations, colleges, boards, and programs; Meeting Minutes (1.5 cubic ft.), 1939-1973, for various CMU departments, committees, and other organizations, councils, and programs; Photographs and Photograph Albums (1.25 cubic ft.), 1941, 1943, 1949-1968, 1971, undated; Reports (approximately 1 cubic ft.), 1937-1941, 1943-1959, 1964, 1970, undated, from CMU departments and committees, and other organizations, councils, and committees; Speeches (4.5 cubic ft.), on a plethora of topics, including speeches recorded on paper, 1929-1976, undated, speeches recorded on reel-to-reel tapes, 1958, 1967, 1971-1973, undated, and programs of speeches given by President Anspach, 1940-1973, undated; Subject Files (4.25 cubic ft.) for a wide variety of CMU organizations, committees, events, a plethora of issues, Michigan and national organizations, councils, boards, and issues of concern to President Anspach, 1931-1977, 1979-1982, undated; Miscellaneous Materials (Memorabilia) (2 cubic ft.) including a wide variety of Masonic, Boy Scout, and CMU memorabilia, such as: Masonic plate; CMU miniature cigarette lighter; Masonic penny; Masonic aprons; Medals; CMU Paperweights (2); numerous Pins; Shriner’s (Masonic) Caps; a gavel; and miscellaneous, 1948, 1950, 1963-1974, undated; and Plaques (.5 cubic ft.), 1959, 1964, 1969, 1972-1973, undated, and a Boy Scouts statue, 1943-1945; and Index Cards (1 cubic ft.) to Articles and Photographs of Anspach in CMU’s school newspapers, CSLife, later CMLife, 1939-1959. Oversized Materials (approximately 4 cubic ft.), including photographs and photograph albums, 1905-1972 (scattered), undated, certificates, 1946-1976 (scattered), undated, diplomas, 1920, 1923, a resolution, 1967, posters, undated, a guest book, 1939, and miscellaneous, are housed in three flat boxes

The collection extensively documents President Anspach’s life and activities during his tenure as President of CMU. His activities in peace and religiously oriented organizations, with children’s organizations and causes, the Boy Scouts, Masons, and various educational organizations and issues are well documented. His personal life at Ashland College, CMU, and after his retirement from CMU are documented to a lesser degree in the collection.

Subject Terms

    Subjects:
    • Anspach, Charles L. (Charles Le Roy), b. 1895.
    • Bovee, Norval C.
    • Allen, Roger.
    • Ford, Gerald R., 1913-2006.
    • Clarke, Norman E. (Norman Ellsworth), b. 1892.
    • Shorts, R. Perry.
    • Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous), 1913-1994.
    • Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1884-1962.
    • Griffin, Robert P. (Robert Paul), 1923-
    • Central Michigan University. Office of the President.
    • Central Michigan University--History.
    • Central Michigan University--Faculty.
    • Central Michigan University--Students.
    • Central Michigan University--Newspapers.
    • Central Michigan University--Photographs.
    • Central Michigan University--President's Council.
    • Central Michigan University. Anspach Hall.
    • Ashland University--Alumni and alumnae.
    • Ashland University--Students.
    • Ashland University--Presidents.
    • Ashland University--Photographs.
    • Ashland University--History.
    • Royal and Select Masters (Masonic order) Grand Council (Ohio)
    • Royal and Select Masters (Masonic order) Ashland Council No. 128.
    • Knights Templar (Masonic order). Grand Commandery (Ohio)
    • Knights Templar (Masonic order). Mansfield Commandery.
    • Boy Scouts of America. Valley Trails Council.
    • Young Men's Christian ssociations.
    • Diaries--Michigan--Mount Pleasant.
    • Rationing--United States--History--20th century.
    • World War, 1939-1945--Education and the war.
    • Freemasonry--Ohio.
    • Temperance--Ohio.
    • Temperance--Michigan.
    • Mount Pleasant (Mich.)--History.
    • Isabella County (Mich.)--History.
    • Mansfield (Ohio)--History.
    Contents List
       Container / Location    Title
     
    Central Michigan University. Office of the President, President Charles L. Anspach Papers. [series]:
    Box   1 F   1
    Biographical Information, Annual Bay, Genesee, Saginaw, Tuscola, CMU Alumni Dinner, 1961
    Box   1 F   2
    Biographical Information, Anspach Hall, 2001
    Box   1 F   3
    Biographical Information, Bio-Bibliography, and related materials, undated
    Box   1 F   4
    Biographical Information, Book, the Extemporaneous Speaking of Charles Leroy Anspach, 1962
    Box   1 F   5
    Biographical Information, Centralight article, “The Anspach Legacy”, 1977
    Box   1 F   6
    Biographical Information, Certificates, 1913-1975, undated
    Box   1 F   7
    Biographical Information, College Grades, 1912-1954
    Box   1 F   8
    Biographical Information, Death, Miscellaneous materials, 1977
    Box   1 F   9
    Biographical Information, Death, Newspaper clippings (copies), 1977
    Box   1 F   10
    Biographical Information, Death, Sympathy letters, 1977
    Box   1 F   11
    Biographical Information, Death of Mary Anspach, Obituary (copy), 1970
    Box   1 F   12
    Biographical Information, Diaries, Mexico trip, 1958
    Box   1 F   13
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (2 volumes), 1932, 1935
    Box   1 F   14
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (4 volumes), 1937-1938, 1940-1941, 1951
    Box   1 F   15
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (2 volumes), 1960-1962
    Box   1 F   16
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (4 volumes), 1963-1966
    Box   1 F   17
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (2 volumes), 1966-1967
    Box   1 F   18
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (2 volumes), 1968-1969
    Box   1 F   19
    Biographical Information, Diaries, (2 volumes), 1970-1971
    Box   1 F   20
    Biographical Information, Diary, (1 volume), 1973
    Box   1 F   21
    Biographical Information, Doctor of Philosophy, University of Michigan commencement program, 1930
    Box   1 F   22
    Biographical Information, Doctoral Degree dissertation, 1930
    Box   1 F   23
    Biographical Information, Doctoral Degree dissertation, appendix, 1930
    Box   1 F   24
    Biographical Information, Faculty Citation on the Tenth Anniversary of Presidency, 1949
    Box   1 F   25
    Biographical Information, Faculty Women tribute to Mrs. Mary Anspach, undated
    Box   1 F   26
    Biographical Information, Family reunion, invitation, 1960
    Box   2 F   1
    Biographical Information, Guest book, anniversary dinner, 1964
    Box   2 F   2
    Biographical Information, Honorary alumna citation to Mary Fisher Anspach, 1959; Tribute citation, 1944, 1959; 1944
    Box   2 F   3
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Ashland College, 1944
    Box   2 F   4
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Central Michigan University, 1959
    Box   2 F   6
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Eastern Michigan University, 1976
    Box   2 F   7
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Ferris Institute, 1959
    Box   2 F   8
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Northern Michigan College, 1959
    Box   2 F   9
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, Olivet College, 1970
    Box   2 F   10
    Biographical Information, Honorary Degrees, University of Michigan, undated
    Box   2 F   1
    Biographical Information, Inaugurations, Ashland College, 1935
    Box   2 F   2
    Biographical Information, Inaugurations, Central Michigan University, 1939
    Box   2 F   3
    Biographical Information, Last Will and Testament, 1977
    Box   2 F   4
    Biographical Information, Master’s Degree thesis, 1920
    Box   2 F   5
    Biographical Information, Membership cards, 1942-1975, undated
    Box   2 F   6
    Biographical Information, Personal information sheets, 1959-1960, 1974, 1977, undated
    Box   2 F   7
    Biographical Information, President’s annual birthday party, 1952
    Box   2 F   8
    Biographical Information, Quote, enduring values in the college fraternity, 1959
    Box   2 F   9
    Biographical Information, Scrapbooks, Letters, 1948-1949
    Box   2 F   10
    Biographical Information, Scrapbooks, Letters, 1959
    Box   2 F   11
    Biographical Information, Scrapbooks, Nas Grosse Ile, 1959
    Box   2 F   12
    Biographical Information, Scrapbooks, “This is your life”, 1959
    Box   2 F   13
    Biographical Information, Statement to State Legislature Investigating Committee, 1965
    Box   2 F   14
    Biographical Information, Testimonial Dinner, 1959
    Box   2 F   15
    Biographical Information, Tributes to Anspach, Miscellaneous, 1950, 1959, 1963-1964
    Box   2 F   16
    Biographical Information, Tribute, Twenty Years at Central with Charles and Mary Anspach, 1959
    Box   3 F   1
    Correspondence, Allen, Roger, (CMU Architect), 1959-1962
    Box   3 F   2
    Correspondence, American Book Company, 1932-1935, 1953
    Box   3 F   3
    Correspondence, Association of American Colleges, 1946-1959
    Box   3 F   4
    Correspondence, Atomic Energy, 1955-1959
    Box   3 F   5
    Correspondence, Bently Foundation, 1965-1972
    Box   3 F   6
    Correspondence, Bently Foundation, 1973-1977
    Box   3 F   7
    Correspondence, Bovee, Norval C., 1963-1969
    Box   3 F   8
    Correspondence, Cabinet, 1942-1955
    Box   3 F   9
    Correspondence, Carl A. Tiffany and Company, 1960
    Box   3 F   10
    Correspondence, Clarke Historical Library, 1957-1958
    Box   3 F   11
    Correspondence, Clarke, Norman, 1968
    Box   3 F   12
    Correspondence, Council of State Board College Presidents, 1945-1949
    Box   3 F   13
    Correspondence, Dramatics, 1951-1957
    Box   3 F   14
    Correspondence, Eastern Michigan University, 1956-1967
    Box   3 F   15
    Correspondence, Ford, Gerald, 1974-1976
    Box   3 F   16
    Correspondence, Griffin, Robert P., 1956, 1964-1971
    Box   3 F   17
    Correspondence, Henry Ford Hospital, 1944-1949
    Box   3 F   18
    Correspondence, Higher Education Facilities Commission, 1965
    Box   3 F   19
    Correspondence, Job Openings / Offers, 1937-1939
    Box   3 F   20
    Correspondence, Job Openings / Offers, 1951-1963
    Box   3 F   21
    Correspondence, Keller, Deane, 1962
    Box   3 F   22
    Correspondence, Laboratory School, 1941-1950
    Box   3 F   23
    Correspondence, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1952-1955
    Box   3 F   24
    Correspondence, Matthews, Sadie June, 1940
    Box   3 F   25
    Correspondence, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1949-1953
    Box   3 F   26
    Correspondence, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1954-1958
    Box   3 F   27
    Correspondence, Michigan Governors, 1945-1975 (scattered)
    Box   3 F   28
    Correspondence, Michigan State Libraries Association, 1960-1963
    Box   3 F   29
    Correspondence, Morgan, Dr. Lucy C., 1953-1955
    Box   3 F   30
    Correspondence, Mott Foundation Program, 1959-1961
    Box   3 F   31
    Correspondence, Navy Program, 1939-1943
    Box   3 F   32
    Correspondence, Navy Program, 1943-1944
    Box   3 F   33
    Correspondence, Navy Program, 1945-1948
    Box   3 F   34
    Correspondence, Nisbet, Steve S., 1943-1967, 1976
    Box   3 F   35
    Correspondence, North Central Association of College and Secondary Schools, 1955-1959
    Box   3 F   36
    Correspondence, Northern Michigan College (now University), 1957-1971
    Box   3 F   37
    Correspondence, Northwood Institute (now University), 1968-1976
    Box   3 F   38
    Correspondence, Scholarships, 1943-1959
    Box   3 F   39
    Correspondence, Stillman College, 1960-1961
    Box   3 F   40
    Correspondence, Thailand, 1957-1958
    Box   3 F   41
    Correspondence, Toepp, Jack, 1967-1975
    Box   3 F   42
    Correspondence, Way, Angeline, 1945
    Box   3 F   43
    Correspondence, Wilson, Mr./Mrs. Don (thank you) note, 1975
    Box   3 F   44
    Correspondence, Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), 1936-1971 (scattered)
    Box   3 F   45
    Meeting Minutes, Administrative Council, 1956-1959
    Box   3 F   46
    Meeting Minutes, Alumni Association, 1940-1946
    Box   3 F   47
    Meeting Minutes, Athletic Committee, 1941, 1947-1956
    Box   4 F   1
    Meeting Minutes, Cabinet, 1942-1944
    Box   4 F   2
    Meeting Minutes, Cabinet, 1945-1947
    Box   4 F   3
    Meeting Minutes, Cabinet, 1948-1951
    Box   4 F   4
    Meeting Minutes, Cabinet, 1951-1959
    Box   4 F   5
    Meeting Minutes, Card Playing Committee, 1947
    Box   4 F   6
    Meeting Minutes, Clarke Historical Library Governing Board, 1958-1959
    Box   4 F   7
    Meeting Minutes, Committee of Forty for Community Health, 1966
    Box   4 F   8
    Meeting Minutes, Committee on Admission to Candidacy, 1949-1955
    Box   4 F   9
    Meeting Minutes, Committee on Graduation, 1955-1959
    Box   4 F   10
    Meeting Minutes, Committee on Home and Family Living, 1951-1954
    Box   4 F   11
    Meeting Minutes, Controllers Council, 1949-1956
    Box   4 F   12
    Meeting Minutes, Council, 1941-1946
    Box   4 F   13
    Meeting Minutes, Council of Michigan College Laboratories, 1956, 1959
    Box   4 F   14
    Meeting Minutes, Council of Presidents of the State Teacher’s College, 1939-1949
    Box   4 F   15
    Meeting Minutes, Curriculum Committee, 1941-1949, 1958-1959
    Box   4 F   16
    Meeting Minutes, Department of Psychology and Education, 1954-1958
    Box   4 F   17
    Meeting Minutes, Emotionally Disturbed Children, 1957-1960
    Box   4 F   18
    Meeting Minutes, Executive Housing Committee, 1945-1959
    Box   4 F   19
    Meeting Minutes, Faculty, 1940-1947
    Box   4 F   20
    Meeting Minutes, Faculty, 1948-1959
    Box   4 F   21
    Meeting Minutes, First United Methodist Church, Board of Trustees, 1961-1973
    Box   4 F   22
    Meeting Minutes, Foundation for Career Advancement, 1962-1964
    Box   4 F   23
    Meeting Minutes, History Club, 1948-1951
    Box   4 F   24
    Meeting Minutes, Hospital Research and Education, 1965
    Box   4 F   25
    Meeting Minutes, Inter-faculty Council, 1955-1959
    Box   4 F   26
    Meeting Minutes, Inter-fraternity Council, 1940-1954
    Box   4 F   27
    Meeting Minutes, Michigan Coordinating Council of State College Field Services, 1951-1959
    Box   4 F   28
    Meeting Minutes, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1947-1959
    Box   4 F   29
    Meeting Minutes, Money Raising Committee, 1945
    Box   4 F   30
    Meeting Minutes, Public Relations, 1947-1959
    Box   4 F   31
    Meeting Minutes, Safety Program, 1955
    Box   4 F   32
    Meeting Minutes, State College Registrars, 1953-1956
    Box   5 F   1
    Meeting Minutes, Student Council, 1940-1949
    Box   5 F   2
    Meeting Minutes, Student Loan Association, 1948-1959
    Box   5 F   3
    Meeting Minutes, Student Publications, 1950-1955
    Box   5 F   4
    Meeting Minutes, Student Senate, 1948-1952
    Box   5 F   5
    Meeting Minutes, Student Senate, 1953-1959
    Box   5 F   6
    Meeting Minutes, Student Social Activities Committee, 1940-1948
    Box   5 F   7
    Meeting Minutes, Student Social Activities Committee, 1948-1959
    Box   5 F   8
    Photographs, Canadian fishing trip, 1941
    Box   5 F   9
    Photographs, Citation dinner, 1958, undated
    Box   5 F   10
    Photographs, Central Michigan University, buildings, undated
    Box   5 F   11
    Photographs, Dedications, undated
    Box   5 F   12
    Photographs, Family / Personal, 1949-1964, 1971, undated
    Box   5 F   13
    Photographs, Family / Personal (folder 1 of 2), undated
    Box   5 F   14
    Photographs, Family / Personal (folder 2 of 2), undated
    Box   5 F   15
    Photographs, Japan trip, 1960; Mexico trip, 1958, 1960; 1958
    Box   5 F   16
    Photographs, Miscellaneous, 1943, 1949-1956
    Box   5 F   17
    Photographs, Miscellaneous, 1957-1958
    Box   5 F   18
    Photographs, Miscellaneous, 1959-1962
    Box   5 F   19
    Photographs, Miscellaneous, 1963-1968
    Box   5 F   20
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2), undated
    Box   5 F   21
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2), undated
    Box   6 F   1
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 5), undated
    Box   6 F   2
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 5), undated
    Box   6 F   3
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 5), undated
    Box   6 F   4
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 4 of 5), undated
    Box   6 F   5
    Photographs, Miscellaneous (folder 5 of 5), undated
    Box   6 F   6
    Photograph Albums, CMU, buildings (folder 1 of 2), undated
    Box   6 F   7
    Photograph Albums, CMU, buildings (folder 2 of 2), undated
    Box   6 F   8
    Photograph Albums, CMU, buildings and overviews, undated
    Box   6 F   9
    Photograph Albums, CMU, commencement, undated
    Box   6 F   10
    Portraits, undated
    Box   6 F   11
    Sports-related, undated
    Box   6 F   13
    Reports, Admissions, 1953-1957
    Box   6 F   14
    Reports, American Association of Colleges for Teacher’s Education, 1951
    Box   6 F   15
    Reports, Annual, Faculty Committee, 1944-1947
    Box   6 F   16
    Reports, Annual, Faculty Committee, 1948-1950
    Box   6 F   17
    Reports, Annual, Faculty Committee, 1951-1953
    Box   6 F   18
    Reports, Annual, Faculty Committee, 1954-1958
    Box   6 F   19
    Reports, Annual Institution Report, State Board of Education, 1953
    Box   6 F   20
    Reports, Annual Study of Supply / Demand of Teachers, 1950-1951
    Box   6 F   21
    Reports, Critical Needs of Michigan Higher Education, 1954
    Box   6 F   22
    Reports, Division of Public Service, 1959
    Box   6 F   23
    Reports, Dramatics, 1945-1952
    Box   6 F   24
    Reports, Emotionally Disturbed Children, 1959
    Box   6 F   25
    Reports, Fellowships and Scholarships, 1953-1953
    Box   6 F   26
    Reports, Financial, Alumni Association, 1939-1940, 1943-1944, 1946-1947
    Box   6 F   27
    Reports, Food Service Technical Service, 1953
    Box   6 F   28
    Reports, Freshmen Testing Program, 1937-1941
    Box   7 F   1
    Reports, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1954-1955
    Box   7 F   2
    Reports, Higher Education Facilities Act, 1964
    Box   7 F   3
    Reports, Higher Education in Our State, 1953
    Box   7 F   4
    Reports, Higher Education Study, 1953
    Box   7 F   5
    Reports, In-Service Education Project, 1943-1944
    Box   7 F   6
    Reports, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1953
    Box   7 F   7
    Reports, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1953
    Box   7 F   8
    Reports, Michigan Economy, 1970
    Box   7 F   9
    Reports, Navy Program, 1943-1945
    Box   7 F   10
    Reports, North Central Association of State College and Secondary Schools, 1956
    Box   7 F   11
    Reports, Present and Future Needs for Higher Education in Michigan, 1953
    Box   7 F   12
    Reports, Problems Facing Public Schools, 1954
    Box   7 F   13
    Reports, Project Contract No.A (11-1), 1955
    Box   7 F   14
    Reports, Proposed Education Corporation, State Board of Education, undated
    Box   7 F   15
    Reports, Role of Community Colleges in Higher Education, 1953
    Box   7 F   16
    Reports, State College Registrars, 1953-1956
    Box   7 F   17
    Reports, Statistical Summary of the Data Recorded…, 1951-1952
    Box   7 F   18
    Reports, Student Loan Fund Association, 1953-1958
    Box   7 F   19
    Reports, Study for the Better Utilization of Teacher Competencies, 1953, 1955
    Box   7 F   20
    Reports, Summary of budget proposed for atomic energy, 1956-1957
    Box   7 F   21
    Reports, Teacher Aid Workshop, 1956
    Box   7 F   22
    Reports, Teacher Education Project, undated
    Box   7 F   23
    Reports, Teacher Student Ratios, 1953
    Box   7 F   24
    Reports, Visitation Committee, 1951
    Box   7 F   25
    Speeches, Acceptances and refusals, 1942-1958
    Box   7 F   26
    Speeches, Listing including date, title and place, 1935-1962
    Box   7 F   27
    Speeches, Listing including date, title and place, 1935-1962
    Box   7 F   28
    Speeches, ‘(The) Anvil of Time’, undated
    Box   7 F   29
    Speeches, ‘B’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   30
    Speeches, ‘C’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   31
    Speeches, ‘E’ topics (folder 1 of 2), undated
    Box   7 F   32
    Speeches, ‘E’ topics (folder 2 of 2), undated
    Box   7 F   33
    Speeches, ‘‘(The) Light that Failed’, undated
    Box   7 F   34
    Speeches, ‘Now is the Time’, undated
    Box   7 F   35
    Speeches, ‘R’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   36
    Speeches, ‘S’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   37
    Speeches, ‘T’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   38
    Speeches, ‘Tomorrow,’ Northern Michigan College Commencement Address, 1959
    Box   7 F   39
    Speeches, ‘Unfinished Task’, undated
    Box   7 F   40
    Speeches, ‘W’ topics, undated
    Box   7 F   41
    Speeches, ‘What Does the Public Have a Right to Expect of Foundations,’ Michigan Foundations Philanthropy Conference, 1956
    Box   7 F   42
    Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1929-1938
    Box   7 F   43
    Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1939-1942
    Box   7 F   44
    Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1943-1947
    Box   7 F   45
    Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1948-1956
    Box   7 F   46
    Speeches, Miscellaneous, 1957-1976
    Box   7 F   47
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 2), undated
    Box   7 F   48
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 2), undated
    Box   8 F   1
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 1 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   2
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 2 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   3
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 3 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   4
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 4 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   5
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 5 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   6
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 6 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   7
    Speeches, Miscellaneous (folder 7 of 7), undated
    Box   8 F   8
    Speeches, Programs, 1940-1947
    Box   8 F   9
    Speeches, Programs, 1948-1950
    Box   8 F   10
    Speeches, Programs, 1951
    Box   8 F   10
    Speeches, Programs, 1952
    Box   8 F   11
    Speeches, Programs, 1953-1956
    Box   8 F   12
    Speeches, Programs, 1957-1959
    Box   8 F   13
    Speeches, Programs, 1960
    Box   8 F   14
    Speeches, Programs, 1961-1962
    Box   8 F   15
    Speeches, Programs, 1963-1964
    Box   8 F   16
    Speeches, Programs, 1965-1973, undated
    Box   9 F   1
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-1, Starts with childhood, Mother Goose, reading, etc., July 2-8, 1971
    Box   9 F   2
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-2, Topics include friendship, human relations, etc., July 9-20, 1971
    Box   9 F   3
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-3, Topics include general subjects, reading, etc., July 21-22, 1971
    Box   9 F   4
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-4, Topics include troubles and how to avoid them, faith, etc., August 4-17, 1971
    Box   9 F   5
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-5, Topics include learning, success, youth, etc., September 1-8, 1971
    Box   9 F   6
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-6, Topics include various subjects, August 18-27, 1971
    Box   9 F   7
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-7, Topics include the use of various metals for coins, valor, poverty, memories, inflation, education, and criticism, September 9-14, 1971
    Box   9 F   8
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-8, Topics include what to call a woman, coins and tokens, lovers and love letters, reasons for not smoking, human nature, and being drunk, September 15-24, 1971
    Box   9 F   9
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-9, Topics include doubt, fashions, going shopping for character, and past presidents, September 27-28, 1971
    Box   9 F   10
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-10, Topics include praise and publicity, mirrors, names on one dollar bills, mold, and being bored, October 13-November 2, 1971
    Box   9 F   11
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-11, Topics include courtship. Love and marriage, opportunity, traffic, and criticism, October 27- November 2, 1971
    Box   9 F   12
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-12, Topics include fruits and vegetables, ambition, procrastination, gold and silver wedding anniversaries, and the development of radio broadcasting, November 3-19, 1971
    Box   9 F   13
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-13, Topics include the origin of “gossip,” modern art, being an optimist and a pessimist, and the origin of “A-1”, November 22-23, 1971
    Box   9 F   14
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-14, Topics include the difference between a boss and a leader; how to forgive and forget; the origin of “putting the wool over your eyes;” the difference between radical, conservative, and liberal; and understanding human behavior, November 29-December 2, 1971
    Box   9 F   15
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-15, Topics include the origin of navy, attitudes on life, fatigues, and college undergraduates, December 8-22, 1971
    Box   9 F   16
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-16, Topics include failures, diets and calorie counters, make-up, getting along with your boss, and economics, December 13-27, 1971
    Box   9 F   17
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-17, Topics include comments on Napoleon, noise, love, and lunch pails, December 23-24, 1971
    Box   9 F   18
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-18, Topics include advice for peace; hardships and heartaches; 20 points to build a good, happy life; and counterfeiting, December 27, 1971-January 7, 1972
    Box   9 F   19
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-19, Topics include dates arranged by computers, greeting cards, and famous authors’ and poets’ views of different subjects, January 31-February 9, 1972
    Box   9 F   20
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-20, Topics include actors, hotels, 12 rules for relaxation, definition of “rich,” and abbreviations, February 21-25, 1972
    Box   9 F   21
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-21, Topics include love, success, talent, and the Bible, February 28-March 3, 1972
    Box   9 F   22
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-22, Topics include walking for health, abbreviations, being independent, and politics, March 6-17, 1972
    Box   9 F   23
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-23, Topics include law and courts, ways to give advice, prayer of a perfect man, and various ways to tell time, March 20-April 3, 1972
    Box   10 F   1
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-24, Topics include forms of art, finding fault with yourself, how the saying “let the cat out of the bag” originated, and how to read a man’s nature by his physical make-up, April 4-7, 1972
    Box   10 F   2
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-25, Topics include hope and mastering problems, crossword puzzles, advertisement slogans, being a conversationalist, and appreciating health, April 10-14, /1972
    Box   10 F   3
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-26, Topics include adversity, wisdom, a sense of humor, leap year, and psychology, programs, [no month] 1-7, 1971
    Box   10 F   4
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-27, Topics include reputations, getting along with other people, human nature, and the distinction between talent and wisdom, programs, [no month] 8-13, 1971
    Box   10 F   5
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-28, Topics include why boys wear blue and girls wear pink, husbands, what to do if you get hold of some counterfeit money, and teenage marriages, May 3-10, 1971
    Box   10 F   6
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-29, Topics include money, laws prohibiting women form using cosmetics to catch a man, love, human nature, why buttons button on the side that they do, and sneezing, June 14-18, 1971
    Box   10 F   7
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-30, Topics include the ideal marriage, customers, drinking alcoholic beverages, and money, June 21-24, 1971
    Box   10 F   8
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-31, Topics include money, books, forgetfulness, growing old, and courage, June 25-July 1, 1971
    Box   10 F   9
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-32, Topics include swearing, how we are influenced by products, carets, and flattery, May 29-June 9, 1971
    Box   10 F   10
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-33, Topics include worry, inventions, Indian names for lakes, fame, actors, and form letters, April 19-27, 1972
    Box   10 F   11
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-34, Topics include the metric system, dentures for sheep, natural actions, and luck, April 27-May 2, 1972
    Box   10 F   12
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-35, Topics include advertising, the law, counterfeit money, believing what is in print, money, ancestry, and the heaviest people in history, May 3-16, 1972
    Box   10 F   13
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-36, Topics include privacy, money, spinsters, surfboards, smoking, ingenuity, and ten things men do not like about women, May 17-25, 1972
    Box   10 F   14
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-37, Topics include jelly donuts, the economy, eight reasons why women buy things, doubts, and good help, May 26-30, 1972
    Box   10 F   15
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-38, Topics include quaint laws, profitable jokes, when men get married, how much a good wife is worth, and air conditioning, June 12-23, 1972
    Box   10 F   16
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-39, Topics include pearls, letters, gullible people, what S.O.S. stands for, tight rope walking, and a beauty secret, June 26-July 7, 1972
    Box   10 F   17
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-40, Topics include the three wise monkeys, marriage practices around the world, prosperity, education, and pulling a person’s leg, July 10-18, 1972
    Box   10 F   18
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-41, Topics include the dieting, how the military salute came about, and women spies, undated
    Box   10 F   19
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-42, Topics include the lumbermen’s bookkeeping, legalized gambling, postage stamps, and common sense, July 24-August 8, 1972
    Box   10 F   20
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-43, Topics include courage, Harvey Restaurants, old age, official pardons, and life, August 2-September 1, 1972
    Box   10 F   21
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-44, Topics include wills, worthiness of the Bible, four hardest things to hide, advertising, and four rules for living, August 28-September 1, 1972
    Box   10 F   22
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-45, Topics include creativity, getting along with unpleasant neighbors, how to live to be 100, kisses, and moods of happiness, September 6-19, 1972
    Box   10 F   23
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-46, Topics include fretting, gems, critics, the smallest adult, music, and education, September 20-26, 1972
    Box   11 F   1
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-47, Topics include pyramids, listening, women, science, philosophers, advertising, and ideas, September 27-October 2, 1972
    Box   11 F   2
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-48, Topics include jealousy, gems, extinction of the bald eagle, eight suggestions to make you a better person, and human nature, October 3-10, 1972
    Box   11 F   3
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-49, Topics include Scotland Yard, actors, gems, the postal service and appropriate names, October 11-16, 1972
    Box   11 F   4
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-50, Topics include Benjamin Franklin, the record for large cakes, spelling variations, hobby horses, and lasting possessions, November 28-December 12, 1972
    Box   11 F   5
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-51, Topics include how the expression “The Real McCoy” came to be, old age, candy, gossips, and the invention of the vacuum cleaner, December 14-25, 1972
    Box   11 F   6
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-52, Topics include fleas, risks of life, how to get free cab fares, H.G. Wells, types of actors, and the record for living the longest, December 26, 1972-January 2, 1973
    Box   11 F   7
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-53, Topics include heredity v. environment, blue eyes, inspirations, the definition of lions share, and human nature, January 3-14, 1973
    Box   11 F   8
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-54, Topics include why Mark Twain liked books, the similarities between Lincoln and Kennedy, middle age, stars, hair, and crank letters, January 18-29, 1973
    Box   11 F   9
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-55, Topics include new and old things, termites, reaching emotional maturity, the sun getting mad at the telephone company, and how we get new words in the dictionary, January 30-February 7, 1973
    Box   11 F   10
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-56, Topics include what causes wars, what all the knowledge in all the books in a library is, why do dangerous things, and getting along with friends, February 8-16, 1973
    Box   11 F   11
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-57, Topics include wealth and happiness, lost pirate treasures, fast talkers, and truth vs. dishonesty, February 19-March 1, 1973
    Box   11 F   12
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-58, Topics include ups and downs of life, cities vs. rural areas, how people play parts, and limitations of scientists, March 2-19, 1973
    Box   11 F   13
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-59, Topics include dentists, books, E.S.P., and human nature, April 5-11, 1973
    Box   11 F   14
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-60, Topics include ego, base ball, the generation gap, ministers’ wives, how to advise a friend, and what to do if you need a lift, April 12-20, 1973
    Box   11 F   15
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-61, Topics include education, cleverness, how a man picks his friends and his wife, security, and a man’s memory, April 23-May 2, 1973
    Box   11 F   16
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-62, Speeches from R. Perry Shorts’ Birthday Party, from many guests, including Charles L. Anspach, December 30, 1958
    Box   11 F   17
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-63, Speeches from R. Perry Shorts’ Birthday Party, from many guests, including Charles L. Anspach, December 30, 1958
    Box   11 F   18
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-64, Recording of the Dedication of Anspach Hall, presented to Charles L. Anspach by WCMU-FM, April 8, 1967
    Box   11 F   19
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-65, First half is empty, second half contains a speech in and identified language, August 30-31, 19?
    Box   11 F   20
    Speeches, Reel-to-reel tapes, No.9-66, Dr. Anspach, language identified, November 10-19, 1971
    Box   12 F   1
    Subject Files, AACTE (American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education), 1950-1953
    Box   12 F   2
    Subject Files, Administrative Handbook, 1942
    Box   12 F   3
    Subject Files, Administrative Organization, 1957
    Box   12 F   4
    Subject Files, Agreement between Central Michigan College and Mt. Pleasant Public Schools, 1957-1959
    Box   12 F   5
    Subject Files, All College Bust, 1952-1956
    Box   12 F   6
    Subject Files, Alumni Association, 1972
    Box   12 F   7
    Subject Files, American Association of Teacher Colleges, Accreditation Studies, 1939-1947
    Box   12 F   8
    Subject Files, American Association of University Women, 1942-1950
    Box   12 F   9
    Subject Files, American Association of University Women, 1951-1959
    Box   12 F   10
    Subject Files, American Federation of Labor Union (CMU Chapter), 1941, 1947-1950
    Box   12 F   11
    Subject Files, Announcement, Speakers Bureau, copyright 1942, 1942
    Box   12 F   12
    Subject Files, Anspach Platform Series, 1979-1982
    Box   12 F   13
    Subject Files, Appleblossom Club, 1945-1954
    Box   12 F   14
    Subject Files, Articles, listing, 1961
    Box   12 F   15
    Subject Files, Articles, written by Anspach, 1931-1958 (Scattered), undated
    Box   12 F   16
    Subject Files, Ashland College News Release, Anspach Address, 1968
    Box   12 F   17
    Subject Files, Association of Governing Boards, 1969
    Box   12 F   18
    Subject Files, Athletic Committee, 1946-1953
    Box   12 F   19
    Subject Files, Athletic Committee, undated
    Box   12 F   20
    Subject Files, Audio Visual Program, undated
    Box   12 F   21
    Subject Files, Bay City Junior College Co-Operative, 1953-1959
    Box   12 F   22
    Subject Files, Big Brothers, 1969
    Box   12 F   23
    Subject Files, Book Fund ledger, 1939-1946
    Box   12 F   24
    Subject Files, Boy Scouts of America (Includes Newspaper Clippings (copies)), 1943-1971
    Box   12 F   25
    Subject Files, Carlson, Robert G., Athletic Memorial Award, 1946
    Box   12 F   25
    Subject Files, Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Citizen, 1977
    Box   12 F   26
    Subject Files, Christmas Greeting Cards, CMU, 1946-1947
    Box   12 F   27
    Subject Files, Citation of Merit, Ashland College Alumni Council, 1962
    Box   12 F   28
    Subject Files, Clarke collection, 1953-1958
    Box   12 F   29
    Subject Files, Clarke Governing Board, 1959-1965
    Box   12 F   30
    Subject Files, Cliophiles, 1941-1943
    Box   12 F   31
    Subject Files, College seal, 1943-1954
    Box   12 F   32
    Subject Files, Commencement, 1957-1959
    Box   12 F   33
    Subject Files, Commerce Club, 1942, undated
    Box   12 F   34
    Subject Files, Committee on Emotionally Disturbed Children, 1961
    Box   12 F   35
    Subject Files, Communistic activity, 1947-1958
    Box   12 F   36
    Subject Files, Constitutional Convention, 1961-1975
    Box   12 F   37
    Subject Files, Council of College Controllers, 1950, 1952, 1956
    Box   12 F   38
    Subject Files, Danforth Committee Study Group, 1954, 1955, 1958
    Box   12 F   39
    Subject Files, Dedication, 1952, 1959
    Box   12 F   40
    Subject Files, Delta Omicron, 1944
    Box   12 F   41
    Subject Files, Delta Pi Lamda, 1959
    Box   12 F   42
    Subject Files, Delta Sigma Phi, 1949
    Box   12 F   43
    Subject Files, Delta Zeta, 1952-1959
    Box   12 F   44
    Subject Files, Department of Public Instruction, 1939-1947
    Box   12 F   45
    Subject Files, Department of Public Instruction, 1948-1959
    Box   12 F   46
    Subject Files, Department of Psychology, 1955-1958
    Box   12 F   47
    Subject Files, Distinguished Teaching Award, 1953-1954
    Box   12 F   48
    Subject Files, Disturbed Children, 1959-1960
    Box   12 F   49
    Subject Files, Dow Foundation, 1963-1964
    Box   12 F   50
    Subject Files, Educational TV, includes newspaper clippings, 1961
    Box   12 F   52
    Subject Files, Employee / student group, 1948-1952
    Box   12 F   53
    Subject Files, Enrollment, 1955
    Box   12 F   54
    Subject Files, Enrollment statistics, 1959
    Box   12 F   55
    Subject Files, European Flying Classroom, 1950, 1960-1970
    Box   12 F   56
    Subject Files, Evaluation schedule, 1951
    Box   13 F   1
    Subject Files, Faculty Handbook, undated
    Box   13 F   2
    Subject Files, Fellowship of Christian Athletes of Michigan (includes article), 1969-1971
    Box   13 F   3
    Subject Files, Flint Project, 1958
    Box   13 F   4
    Subject Files, Fraternities and Sororities, general information, 1942, undated
    Box   13 F   5
    Subject Files, Friends of Central, 1951-1953
    Box   13 F   6
    Subject Files, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1952-1953
    Box   13 F   7
    Subject Files, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1953
    Box   13 F   8
    Subject Files, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1954-1955
    Box   13 F   9
    Subject Files, Fund for the Advancement of Education, 1956
    Box   13 F   10
    Subject Files, Fund for the Advancement of Education (includes photographs), 1957-1959
    Box   13 F   11
    Subject Files, Graduate Study Survey, 1955
    Box   13 F   12
    Subject Files, Grawn Loan Fund, 1940-1955
    Box   13 F   13
    Subject Files, Greeting cards, get well, 1948
    Box   13 F   14
    Subject Files, Greeting cards, Holiday, 1956-1957, undated
    Box   13 F   15
    Subject Files, Higher Education Facilities Commission, summary (includes Meeting minutes), 1964-1965
    Box   13 F   16
    Subject Files, Higher Education Facilities Commission, summary (includes Meeting minutes), 1966
    Box   13 F   17
    Subject Files, Homecoming (includes Meeting minutes), 1955-1956
    Box   13 F   18
    Subject Files, Honorary Degree Committee, 1951-1957
    Box   13 F   19
    Subject Files, In-Service Education Project, 1943-1944
    Box   13 F   20
    Subject Files, Institute of International Education, 1950-1958
    Box   13 F   21
    Subject Files, Inter-faculty Association, 1950, 1953-1959
    Box   13 F   22
    Subject Files, Interfaith Council, 1945-1954
    Box   13 F   23
    Subject Files, Inter-fraternity Council, undated
    Box   13 F   24
    Subject Files, Invitation, Presidents Dinner by Cleveland Alumni of Ashland College, 1936
    Box   13 F   25
    Subject Files, Isabella County Draft Board, 1940
    Box   13 F   26
    Subject Files, Juvenile Court and related services, 1967
    Box   13 F   27
    Subject Files, Keeler Union, undated
    Box   13 F   28
    Subject Files, Laboratory School, Contracts, 1946-1970
    Box   13 F   29
    Subject Files, Laboratory School, Critic's teachers, 1956-1959
    Box   13 F   30
    Subject Files, Lake County Normal Experiment, 1940-1943
    Box   13 F   31
    Subject Files, Letter opener collection inventory, 1977
    Box   13 F   32
    Subject Files, Mariners Union, constitution, undated
    Box   13 F   33
    Subject Files, Michigan Association of Senior Educational Leaders (includes Meeting minutes), 1967-1968
    Box   13 F   34
    Subject Files, Michigan Commission on Educational Policies, 1954-1958
    Box   13 F   35
    Subject Files, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1957-1958
    Box   13 F   36
    Subject Files, Michigan Council of State College Presidents, 1959
    Box   13 F   36
    Subject Files, Michigan Historical Commission, 1948-1949, 1956-1957
    Box   13 F   37
    Subject Files, Michigan Legislative Study Committee, 1956-1958
    Box   14 F   1
    Subject Files, Michigan Practical Nurses Association, 1960-1961
    Box   14 F   2
    Subject Files, Michigan Retired Teachers Association, 1964-1969
    Box   14 F   3
    Subject Files, Michigan Sports Sages, 1970-1971
    Box   14 F   4
    Subject Files, Michigan White House Conference on Education, 1955
    Box   14 F   5
    Subject Files, Midwest Volunteers for Nixon, 1960-1961
    Box   14 F   6
    Subject Files, Midwest Volunteers for Nixon, 1960-1961
    Box   14 F   7
    Subject Files, Name change, 1959
    Box   14 F   8
    Subject Files, National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education, 1957-1959
    Box   14 F   9
    Subject Files, National Defense Education Act, 1959
    Box   14 F   10
    Subject Files, National Student Association, 1950, undated
    Box   14 F   12
    Subject Files, Navy Program, Contract information, 1943-1945
    Box   14 F   13
    Subject Files, Navy Program, Plan for operation, 1943
    Box   14 F   14
    Subject Files, Newspaper clippings (copies), general, 1940-1976
    Box   14 F   15
    Subject Files, Nixon for President Committee, 1968
    Box   14 F   16
    Subject Files, North Central Association of State Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1939-1953
    Box   14 F   17
    Subject Files, North Central Association of State Colleges and Secondary Schools, 1948-1958
    Box   14 F   18
    Subject Files, Northern Michigan Development Council, 1955-1957
    Box   14 F   19
    Subject Files, Northern Michigan Development Council, 1960-1963
    Box   14 F   20
    Subject Files, Northern Michigan Development Council, 1963-1968
    Box   14 F   21
    Subject Files, Northwood Institute, Board of Trustees, 1969
    Box   14 F   22
    Subject Files, Officer’s Night, 1955
    Box   14 F   23
    Subject Files, Ohio State Youth Leaders Conference, 1938
    Box   14 F   24
    Subject Files, Organization of Athletics, 1954
    Box   14 F   25
    Subject Files, Parochaid material, 1969-1970
    Box   14 F   26
    Subject Files, Payroll, 1938-1958
    Box   14 F   27
    Subject Files, Poets Club, Potpourri Poems, 1932
    Box   14 F   28
    Subject Files, President and Mrs. Anspach’s “Christmas Card”, 1955
    Box   14 F   29
    Subject Files, President’s Council, 1959
    Box   14 F   30
    Subject Files, President’s Thirteenth Annual Report on the State of the Union (Humorous), 1952
    Box   14 F   31
    Subject Files, (the) Problem of financing, 1954
    Box   14 F   32
    Subject Files, Proposal to Ford Foundation for a new program in teacher education, undated
    Box   14 F   33
    Subject Files, Program for Proposed Education Television Network, 1959
    Box   14 F   34
    Subject Files, Proposed Educational Television Network, 1959
    Box   14 F   35
    Subject Files, Public Relations, 1940. 1942, 1952
    Box   14 F   36
    Subject Files, Registration statistics, 1948-1958
    Box   14 F   37
    Subject Files, Religious Exploration Week, 1956-1958
    Box   14 F   38
    Subject Files, Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1955-1957
    Box   14 F   39
    Subject Files, Salary schedules, 1958-1959
    Box   14 F   40
    Subject Files, Salute to Prexy by Judson Foust, 1959
    Box   14 F   41
    Subject Files, State Board, 1945-1956
    Box   14 F   42
    Subject Files, State Board, 1957-1959
    Box   14 F   43
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1940-1942
    Box   14 F   44
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1943-1944
    Box   14 F   45
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1945-1946
    Box   15 F   1
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1947
    Box   15 F   2
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1948-1949
    Box   15 F   3
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1950-1951
    Box   15 F   4
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1952
    Box   15 F   5
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1953
    Box   15 F   6
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1954
    Box   15 F   7
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1955
    Box   15 F   8
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1956
    Box   15 F   9
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1957
    Box   15 F   10
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1958
    Box   15 F   11
    Subject Files, State Board recommendations, 1959
    Box   15 F   12
    Subject Files, State Board scholarships, 1948-1959
    Box   15 F   13
    Subject Files, State of the Campus Message, 1959
    Box   15 F   14
    Subject Files, State of the Michigan Higher Education Facilities, 1964-1965
    Box   15 F   15
    Subject Files, Statistical information, 1958
    Box   15 F   16
    Subject Files, Student Government Manual, 1949
    Box   15 F   17
    Subject Files, Student opinions of religion, 1932-1942
    Box   15 F   18
    Subject Files, Student Social Activities Committee, 1940-1945
    Box   15 F   19
    Subject Files, Survey of Faculty Educational Background (folder 1 of 2), 1957
    Box   15 F   20
    Subject Files, Survey of Faculty Educational Background (folder 2 of 2), 1957
    Box   15 F   21
    Subject Files, Survey of Faculty Educational Background, 1958
    Box   15 F   22
    Subject Files, Teacher Education Project, 1957-1959
    Box   16 F   1
    Subject Files, Testimonial dinner honoring Anspach, 1959
    Box   16 F   2
    Subject Files, Transcendent purposes of CMU, 1953
    Box   16 F   3
    Subject Files, Tributes, miscellaneous, 1967-1971
    Box   16 F   4
    Subject Files, V-12 Contract Termination Data, 1945
    Box   16 F   5
    Subject Files, World War conferences, 1942
    Box   16 F   6
    Subject Files, World War II Ration books, forms (blank) and stamps, 1942-1943
    Box   16 F   7
    Subject Files, Young Men’s Christian Association (YMCA), 1967, undated
    Box   17 F   1
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 1: Masonic or Shriners Aprons (2), undated
    Box   17 F   2
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 2: Elf Khurafeh Ambassador cap and bag; Wooden gavel, undated
    Box   17 F   3
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 3: 33rd degree Masonic plate, undated; Pen stand-Charles L. Anspach, EMU Regent, 1964-1974; Freedom Foundation Medal, in case, 1950; 33rd degree Masonic medal and white ribbon, in a black case, undated; Selective Service medal and yellow and blue ribbon, in a black case, undated, undated, 1964-1974, 1950, undated
    Box   18 F   1
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 1: Handkerchiefs (2); Purple ribbons or badges (2); Al Koram cap and case, undated
    Box   18 F   2
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 2: Lion’s Club pin in case, in a white box; CMU miniature cigarette lighter, in a striped box; Pi Kappa Delta and Phi Delta Kappa charms on chain, in a clear, plastic box; Life membership in state YMCA of Michigan, Charles L. Anspach, President (metal card), 1963-1970; Unidentified, small coins (2) in a metal Bayer aspirin box; Ashland Chapt. No. 67 R.A.M. coin; 1948 Masonic Penny; 50 years Grand Council R. and S.M. of Ohio pin, in white, Smur box; pins in clear/white plastic box: 33rd degree Masonic pin; Grand Lodge of Ohio 26 years pin; CMU varsity pins (2); Royal Arch Masons 50 years pin; Mansfield No. 22 K.T. pin; Bay City 32 pin; Ashland Council 128 R. and S.M. pin; and CYCL pin; Grand Lodge of Ohio 50 years A Mason pin, in a white/clear plastic box; Charms in a brown case: Pi I Rho Mu, 1924; union board CSTC; Kappa Phi Alpha Skull; and Kappa Delta Pi; Masonic emblem magnet; Kappa Delta Pi charm in Burr, Paterson and Auld Co. box; Distinguished Service Award, U.S. Jr. Chamber of Commerce charm, in a clear/blue plastic box; Grand Commandery of Ohio 50 years pin, in a clear/yellow plastic box; Mansfield Commandery 21 K.T. pin with black and white ribbon; CSTC charm, in blue and white L.G. Balfour Co. box, 1963-1970, 1948, 1924, mostly undated
    Box   18 F   3
    Memorabilia (Miscellaneous Materials), Tray 3: CMU paper weights…Charles L. Anspach…his contributions to the 1.5 program (2), one in a white box; Grand Lodge of Ohio 50 years award to Charles L. Anspach, in a black case; VFW medal on red, white, blue, and gold ribbon in a clear/black plastic box; King Christian X medal on red and white ribbon, in a red box; Boy Scouts of America Silver Beaver Award on blue and white ribbon, in a white box; Boy Scouts of America Silver Antelope Award on yellow and white ribbon in a white box; IHVS cross on purple ribbon, one in a black box, one in a clear/white plastic box; EUM Commandante pin, in black leather case; Law Enforcement Unit Shrine pin, in brown leather case engraved with an American Indian image, undated
    Box   19 F   1
    Plaques, Ashland College, 1969
    Box   19 F   2
    Plaques, Central Michigan University, Alumni Association, 1959
    Box   19 F   3
    Plaques, Eastern Michigan University, 1964
    Box   19 F   4
    Plaques, Isabella State Bank, 1959
    Box   19 F   5
    Plaques, Isabella State Bank, 1972
    Box   19 F   6
    Plaques, Rotary International, 1973
    Box   19 F   7
    Plaques, Wolverine Frontiersman, undated
    Box   19 F   8
    Plaques, Boys Scouts of America statue, 1943-1945
    Box   20 F   1
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1939
    Box   20 F   2
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1940
    Box   20 F   3
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1941
    Box   20 F   4
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1942
    Box   20 F   5
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1943
    Box   20 F   6
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1944
    Box   20 F   7
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1945
    Box   20 F   8
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1946
    Box   20 F   9
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1947
    Box   20 F   10
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1948
    Box   20 F   11
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1949
    Box   20 F   12
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1950
    Box   20 F   13
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1951
    Box   20 F   14
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1952
    Box   20 F   15
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1953
    Box   20 F   16
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1954
    Box   20 F   17
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1955
    Box   20 F   18
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1956
    Box   20 F   19
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1957
    Box   20 F   20
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1958
    Box   20 F   21
    Index Cards to articles and Photographs of Anspach in CSLIFE / CMLIFE, 1959
    Box   21 F   1
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Ashland College Alumni Album, 1936
    Box   21 F   2
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Ashland Lion’s Club, undated
    Box   21 F   3
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Capital Airlines, undated
    Box   21 F   4
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, College Football Centennial Award, 1969
    Box   21 F   5
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Department of the Army, 1964
    Box   21 F   6
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Eastern Michigan University, Board of Control, 1966-1967
    Box   21 F   7
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Eastern Michigan University, Honorary Degree, Doctor of Education, 1976
    Box   21 F   8
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Eastern Michigan University, Regent Emeritus, undated
    Box   21 F   8
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Higher Education Facilities Commission, 1964
    Box   21 F   9
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Masonic, 1946, 1963
    Box   21 F   10
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Michigan Society for Mental Health, 1962
    Box   21 F   11
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Reserve Officers’ Training Corps, undated
    Box   21 F   12
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Certificates, Selective Service Medal, undated
    Box   21 F   13
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, “Degree of Ignorant Practitioner,” humorous, 1946
    Box   21 F   14
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Diplomas, Ashland College, Master of Arts, 1920
    Box   21 F   15
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Diplomas, University of Michigan, Master of Arts, 1923
    Box   21 F   16
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Michigan Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 87, undated
    Box   21 F   17
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Notice, humorous, undated
    Box   21 F   18
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Photographs, Grandchildren, undated
    Box   21 F   19
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Photographs, Isabella Bank Employees, 1972
    Box   21 F   20
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, President Anspach tours Europe poster, 1950
    Box   21 F   21
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Rotary Code of Ethics, undated
    Box   21 F   22
    Large Flat Box, Miscellaneous Folder, Welcome poster to Anspach, undated
    Box   21 F   23
    Large Flat Box, Photographs, matted, undated
    Box   22 F   1
    Small Flat Box, Faculty Club party, guest book, Ashland, Ohio, undated
    Box   22 F   2
    Small Flat Box, Legal-Size Material, Certificates, 1908-1977 (scattered)
    Box   22 F   3
    Small Flat Box, Legal-Size Material, Poem, “Just Little Men”, 1947
    Box   22 F   4
    Small Flat Box, Legal-Size Material, Photographs, Anspach Hall, undated, and Ashland College Basketball team, undated (early twentieth century)
    Box   22 F   5
    Small Flat Box, Scrapbook, Fordney Club, 1952
    Box   22 F   6
    Small Flat Box, Scrapbook, Career, circa 1905-1966