University Archives & Historical Collections of Michigan State University is a place of discovery. More than 160 years of MSU history can be explored, including original letters and diaries, photographs, and oral histories. Our collections span the entirety of MSU’s history and also contain historical materials not related to MSU. Some of our collection highlights include materials that document the physical campus and grounds, early student life, the lumber industry, and the Civil War.
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Footage of an interview conducted by Mary P. Andrews (MSU Extension) in the summer of 2002. Andrews interviews three MSU Professors Emeritus who knew Paolucci as a peer, colleague, friend and mentor. Margaret (Peg) Bubolz (MSU Family and Child Ecology), Burness Wenberg (MSU Food Science and Human Nutrition) and Linda R. Nelson (MSU Family Ecology) speak at Bubolz's home.