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Louis Carlisle Walker papers, 1881-1963

5 linear feet — 1 oversize folder

Muskegon, Michigan equipment manufacturer. Correspondence, scrapbooks, printed materials and miscellanea concerning student activities at University of Michigan, the Shaw-Walker Company of Muskegon, Michigan, unemployment during the Depression, State Republican Party affairs, political conservatism, the Muskegon Red Cross, Liberty Bond drives and the United States Shipping Board during World War II, and his activity as an author and patron of conservative writers.

The Louis C. Walker papers have been divided into the following series: Correspondence, Miscellaneous, and Scrapbooks. The container listing describes more fully the subject content of the Correspondence series. Appended to the finding aid is a selective index to some of the more significant correspondents within the collection. Miscellaneous is an amalgam of collected materials and non-correspondence manuscripts mainly arranged by topics of interest to Walker or relating to organizations or projects in which he was involved. Of note here are materials relating to a strike at his company and various other material pertaining to his ideas on job sharing. The collection is largely an accumulation of personal materials and contains very little on the company which bears his name.


Regina Hay papers, 1930-1966

2 linear feet — 2 oversize volumes — 1 oversize folder

Republican Party official from Romeo, Michigan, National Republican Committeewoman, secretary of the Republican National Convention, 1948. Correspondence, scrapbooks, political miscellanea and photographs largely relating to the Republican National Convention held in Philadelphia and the election of 1948.

The Regina Hay collection documents her work with the state and national Republican Party. The correspondence relates primarily to her work in the election of 1948, especially in the period leading up to the party's national convention. The scrapbooks provide excellent documentation of her entire political career beginning in the 1930s and culminating in the election of Dwight Eisenhower.


Rosemary Mason Ogden papers, 1946-1950

0.2 linear feet

Rosemary Mason Ogden was a Romeo, Michigan Republican Party worker and a publicity chairperson of the Republican Women's Federation of Michigan. Correspondence, typescripts of writings, speeches, and other materials.

Correspondence, typescripts of writings, speeches, and other materials concerning state Republican Party affairs, her work with the Republican Women's Federation, and the political activities of national committeewoman, Regina Hay.