The latest issue of the Joint Archives Quarterly includes an article about the Holland area United Spanish War Veterans Camp No. 38 and their struggle to be remembered and honored. The article was penned by Autumn Balamucki, a Hope College history student and one of our past summer research students. Balamucki wrote about working remotely […]
Since March 17, the Joint Archives of Holland has been and will continue to be unavailable until April 13, if not longer, depending on directions from Hope College. We will offer online assistance to Hope College faculty, staff and students only. Please contact the Archivist for help at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Holland Area Historical Society will host a program titled “God is Reliable” on Tuesday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m. The presentation will be held in the Winants Auditorium, Graves Hall, Hope College, Holland, Michigan. Winants Auditorium is located in Graves Hall at 263 College Avenue on the Hope College campus. The public is invited, […]
Missional Research About Missionary Work Several missionary-themed archival collections were spotlighted in the latest issue of News from Hope College. Read the whole story to learn more.
The Holland Area Historical Society now has its own Facebook page so that members and guests can access current information on becoming a member, upcoming programs, changes in venue, or cancellations due to weather. Like their page on Facebook at Holland Area Historical Society.
Read about the history of the Hope College Music Department and student research in the Joint Archives in the latest issue of the Joint Archives Quarterly.
Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France and thoughts on the end of The Great War from November 11-12, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments and a summary of his life after the war. Monday, Nov. 11: ● “We finally found our organization back again…in the woods in German barracks somewhere […]
Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France from November 1-10, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments. Friday, Nov. 1: ● “Today was our third day of our vacation and a fine day it was, like the last two days, nice and sunny. We are very lucky in that as lately it […]
Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France from October 21-28, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments. Monday, Oct. 21: ● “We sure are a hiking outfit lately. “Join the army and see the world” is a familiar expression in the army and it sure is true enough but we are doing […]
Today we read about Thomas Vander Veen’s military activities in France from October 15-20, 1918 along with Natalie Fulk’s comments. Tuesday, Oct. 15: (talking about current conditions and feelings in Septsanges) ● “Although our place here is not much under shellfire lately it is a very disagreeable place to stay. A regular mud hole. I […]