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Binding of The art of the Louvre: containing a brief history of the palace and of its collection of paintings, as well as descriptions and criticism of many of the principal pictures and their artists, by Mary Knight Potter, published by Page Co.,...
Grand Valley State University; Grand Valley State College; Michigan; Allendale (Mich.); Universities & colleges--Michigan--Allendale; College administrators
Grand Valley State College president James Zumberge, head of the Dyer-Ives Foundation John Hunting, and GVSC academic vice-president George Potter (left to right) discuss plans for a series of tele-lectures to begin March 5, 1968.
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Library Director Stephen Ford (on ladder) with Vice President Potter in the library's temporary facility. The Pink House was used for administrative offices and for processing and cataloging library collections, 1962.
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Grand Valley's first faculty and administration: Philip Buchen, George Potter, Marvin DeVries, ?, ?, Stephen Ford (back row). President James Zumberge, John Tevebaugh, ? Lucke , and Louis Rus (seated).
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Octavio Huerta was born in 1931 in Crystal City, Texas. His family eventually moved to Michigan to find work. After graduating from high school early, Mr. Huerta worked for a couple of years before getting drafted into the Army during the Korean...