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Publishers and publishing -- Michigan -- Grand Rapids

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Gertrude P. Weaver Collection

Identifier: Collection 449

Greater Grand Rapids publishers, printers and publishing collection

Identifier: Collection 289

This is a devised collection containing various small accessions of material on the publishers and the publishing industry of the greater Grand Rapids, Michigan community. Included are materials related to specific publishers, such as Arthur S. White and specific newspaper publishers such as the Grand Rapids Herald. Also included are items relating to publishing houses and printers, such as the James Bayne Co., Dean Hick, the White Companies, or Central Trade plant.

Dates: no date

Jackson D. Dillenback collection at the Grand Rapids Public Library

Identifier: Collection 332
Abstract The Jackson D. Dillenback Collection has been created primarily from materials supplied by donor Donna Dillenback, and supplemented with materials found unprocessed within the GRPL Archives. Dillenback was an editor publisher in early Grand Rapids, who later moved west to Colorado. Items in this collection document his work as an editor publisher, his military service in the Civil War, and some of his life and family relationships. Also included is correspondence to and from Jackson's...
Dates: 1860 - 1929; Majority of material found within 1862 - 1882

New River Free Press

Identifier: Collection 500
Abstract The New River Free Press was a community newspaper published in Grand Rapids, Michigan, from November 1973 through May 1977. New River Free Press covered a wide range of topics, including housing, health, labor, education, and social justice. The paper included articles, book reviews, recipes, artwork, short stories, and poetry. Other topics that were covered included feminism, tenant rights, urban homesteading, sexual assault, ecology and the environment, local politics, nutrition,...
Dates: 1974 - 1977