|Item or Series Title||Louise Goodell Scrapbooks|
This collection contains a National Honor Society certificate for Louise Goodell (1939), a file of loose newspaper clippings about the Lansing Fire Department from the 1940s, and four scrapbooks.
The scrapbooks, which consist almost entirely of newspaper clippings, date from approximately 1913 to 1952, with the majority of the contents being from the 1940s. The theme of the clippings is primarily the Lansing Fire Department, fires in Lansing and the surrounding communities, and sometimes national or Michigan fire-related material.
Other themes and materials included are: the John Bean Company; the new Lansing central fire station at Shiawassee and Grand streets (Station No. 1) built in 1949; the 1951 state office building fire (the building later known as the Cass Building); a few souvenir fire department postcards, snapshots, and patches; and a few memorial programs from funerals for fire fighters and their spouses.
|Collection Title||Louise Goodell Scrapbooks|
|Dates of Creation||1913-1952|
|Year Range from||1913|
|Year Range to||1952|
|Physical Characteristics||Newsprint and scrapbook base pages are acidic. Clippings may be loose.|
|Copyright Information||Capital Area District Libraries makes no representation that it is the owner of the copyright in any published material. It is the responsibility of the researcher to obtain permission to publish from the owner of the copyright.|
|People and Organizations||
Lansing Police Department
Lansing Fire Department
Scrapbook: Lansing Fire Department, Lansing Area Fires
Scrapbook: Lansing Fire Department, Lansing Area Fires, John Bean Co.
Scrapbook: Lansing Police and Fire
Scrapbook: Lansing Fire Department
National Honor Society Certificate, Louise Goodell, Eastern High School
Newspaper Clippings - Lansing Police and Fire