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Go to President James Zumberge and first faculty and administration item page

Grand Valley's first faculty and administration: Philip Buchen, George Potter, Marvin DeVries, ?, ?, Stephen Ford (back row). President James Zumberge, John Tevebaugh, ? Lucke , and Louis Rus (seated).
Go to Board of Control  and President Zumberge by Great Lakes buildings plaque item page

Board of Control, President Zumberge, and Phil Buchen by the Great Lakes buildings plaque
Go to Grand Valley's official vehicle item page

Auto dealer Peter Cook and college administrators pose with the new official vehicle.
Go to Procession with James Zumberge, William Seidman, and Arend Lubbers item page

Procession with James Zumberge, William Seidman, and Arend Lubbers.
Go to President Lubbers, Douglas Kindschi, and Russel H. Kirkhof at the Kirkhof home item page

President Lubbers, Douglas Kindschi, and Russel H. Kirkhof and others at the Kirkhof home. A
Go to M.S. Keeler II and Edward J. Frey deposit donations to Grand Valley item page

M.S. Keeler II (right), chair of $1,000,000 drive, deposits donations along with Edward J. Frey, finance chairman of the Board of Control.
Go to Administrators coordinate plans for Grand Valley State College item page

Dr. Paul Miller, right, makes a point as he discusses plans for Grand Valley with Bill Seidman, Dr. Harold Dorry, and Benjamin J. Burkema, at Seidman's Ada home.
Go to Arend D. Lubbers item page

Grand Valley President, Arend D. Lubbers.
Go to President Zumberge, Arnold Ott and others review plans to recruit students from community colleges item page

President Zumberge, Arnold Ott and others review plans to recruit students from community colleges.
Go to President Lubbers with student group item page

President Lubbers with student group.
Go to President Zumberge, John Russell, John Jamrich, and George Potter item page

President Zumberge, John Russell (Russell Report), John Jamrich (Jamrich Report), and George Potter on the steps of Lake Michigan Hall. Russell and Jamrich wrote early studies that led to the establishment of Grand Valley.
Go to President Zumberge, John Russell, John Jamrich, and George Potter item page

President Zumberge, John Russell (Russell Report), John Jamrich (Jamrich Report), and George Potter on the steps of Lake Michigan Hall. Russell and Jamrich wrote early studies that led to the establishment of Grand Valley.
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