Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
George W. Romney Institute of Public Management collection on American Motors Corporation, approximately 1942-1977
Contains the papers of George Romney on the American Motors Corporation, when he worked as an executive of the company. Includes speeches given and awards won by Romney, as well as inter-office memos and other correspondence addressed to or from Romney. Dated circa 1942-1977.
George W. Romney Institute of Public Management oral history and book project, approximately 1949-2007
Contains transcripts of interviews and other research materials for a book project on George Romney. Includes book excerpts in which Romney is mentioned, maps and information on research locations, and deeds of gift. All pertain to George Romney's life and career. Dated approximately 1949 to 2007.
George W. Romney Institute of Public Management papers on George W. Romney politics, approximately 1946-2007
Contains the political papers of George Romney, including speeches and clippings from magazines and newspapers. Also includes interviews, funeral service programs, campaign materials, and correspondence. There are some photographs. These pertain to volunteerism, economics, and political issues Romney faced as Cabinet member and Governor of Michigan. A few files also pertain to the political careers and lives of Lenore Romney and Mitt Romney. Dated circa 1946-2007.
George W. Romney Institute of Public Management videocassettes of George W. Romney events, approximately 1963-1997
Contains video recordings of George Romney memorial services and tributes, his speeches, and television interviews. Also includes video recordings from the Philadelphia Summit and other events, as well as his campaign videos and promotionals. Dated 1963-1997.
Letters written by Robert James Evans and Alice Hazel Stallings Evans to their son Robert John Evans. Letters discuss family happenings and provide important family updates. Materials dated 1955 to 1977. Majority of letters sent from Lehi, Utah to Michigan.
Contains approximately 2,000 letters written between 1918 and 1985. Majority of letters are written by Robert John Evans, but other authors include his son, Robert Pugmire Evans, and his mother, Alice Hazel Stallings Evans. Other letters are written by family friends and include holiday and birthday cards. Subjects of the correspondence include religious missions, school and university work, and everyday experiences.