After the Fire of 1874, the College needed to replace two-thirds of the Central Building. It was decided, rather than replicate the original design, it would be more prudent to build five separate buildings. This appeal was widely sent to alumni...
In this letter, the Detroit Advertiser and Tribune is asking Will Carleton to telegraph the offical vote for the office of Governor of Michigan and for the Congressional race between Beaman and Chipman.
Benajamin Baker writes to Will Carleton with a new proposal. If Will will send back five dollars of the ten he paid for the cornet, Benjamin will send the horn back. He has decided he needs a different horn if he is to join the local band.
In this letter, Julia Moore discusses the support of some soldiers for McClellan while she supports Lincoln. She describes a mass meeting of the Republican Party to be held in Hillsdale with Colfax and Fairfield