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Central Michigan University. Residence Halls Assembly Organizational records, 1981-2014, and undated

5 cubic foot (in 1 box, 1 Oversized folder, 18 Oversized volumes)

Scrapbooks, constitutions, bylaws, programs, photographs, booklets and a few meeting minutes of the Central Michigan University. Residence Halls Assembly.

The collection documents some of the history of the CMU. RHA in constitutions, bylaws, programs, photographs, scrapbooks, booklets, webpages [added by the Archivist], and a few meeting minutes. The majority of the collection consists of the scrapbooks, all eighteen of which are oversized volumes of varying completion. Some of the covers and scrapbooks are particularly beautiful, creative, and well identified, including 1995-1996 (Cover of cotton flannel with cars design); 1996-1997 (Cover of bright tie-dyed material with PEACE); 1999-2000 (Cover words in pink, green, and silver sparkle paint on black scrapbook cover); 2006 (Cover of red satin cover with black RHA, 2006, and trim); and 2006-2007 (Cover of beautiful tie-dyed material with white rope and purple ribbon trim, RHA).

There are a number of organizations represented in the collection to which CMU. RHA belongs to and interacts with, including:

GLAUCURH [Great Lakes Association of College and University Residence Halls] is a student-run organization which works to promote and improve student life at college and university campus in the region including Michigan, Ontario, Wisconsin, Illinois and Indiana. It focuses on providing quality programming and activities for on-campus residents to improve their college experience. It was founded in 1968. The organization works with the NCCs [National Communications Coordinator]s who each represent their school. There are conferences, regional and national awards and regional directors and national officers of the organization;

MORHA [Michigan Organization of Residence Hall Association] which is the related state organization;

and, NACURH [National Association of College and University Residence Halls] which is the related national organization, which has a program of the month competition in which CMU routinely competes.

Processing Note: Approximately .5 cubic foot of materials, duplicates and reading or reference materials, were returned to the donor as per his request on May 23, 2014.


Edna Heilbronn papers, 1943, 1968, and undated

.5 cubic foot (in 1 box)

Biographical, Educational, and InterInstitutional Affiliation papers of Edna Heilbronn, professor at Central Michigan University.

The collection is organized into the following series: Biographical, Educational Materials, and InterInstitutional Affiliation Project at CMU, and alphabetically within each series.

The collection includes some Biographical Information, such as Professor Heilbronn's Obituary (copy), 1968, and Photographs (and copies), 1952, 1965, undated. One photograph shows her speaking at the dedication of CMU's Woldt and Emmons Halls, May 9, 1965. Other photographs document her teaching career and involvement with the Project.

Her career and professional activities are documented by Educational Materials, including her syllabi and related materials for various education related and student teaching courses she taught, ca. 1944, 1955, undated; materials for the Teacher Education Project, 1959-1962, undated; information about the Association for Student Teaching, circa 1957; a few General Education Committee, Meeting Minutes, 1962-1963; and College of Education, Miscellaneous, 1944, 1963, undated. Also included is a paper she wrote entitled "Professional Year," a draft of the paper, and related correspondence, 1951.

Correspondence, Meeting Minutes, Reports, Published Materials, some of the above mentioned Photographs, 1957-1966, document her work with the InterInstitutional Affiliation Project at CMU, the organization in general, and the national meetings that Prof. Heilbronn attended as the coordinator for Project at CMU.