"Key Ingredients Michigan Foodways" Calumet Programming Records, 2007.


"Key Ingredients Michigan Foodways" Calumet Programming Records, 2007.

Records, 2007, of the local steering committee of the "Key Ingredients Michigan Foodways" exhibit in Calumet, Michigan. Committee members included Julia Blair, Alison K. Hoagland and Erik Nordberg. Includes minutes of committee and public meetings and promotional materials developed by the steering committee to advertise the events as well as reports and other documents. Promotional materials include buttons and vinyl banners.

1.0 cubic feet; 2 manuscript boxes.

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