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  • Subject is exactly "Grand Rapids (Mich.)"
Go to 12 states send students to the Institute item page

12 states send students to the Institute, article in the Grand Rapids Press, June 7, 1962.
Go to 1961 Honors Institute for Young Scientists program wraps up item page

1961 HIFYS program wraps up, article in the Grand Rapids Press, July 22, 1961.
Go to 32 pupils favor chemistry in summer clinic item page

32 Pupils Favor Chemistry in Summer Clinic, newspaper article, April 30, 1958.
Go to 71 students admitted to Honors Institute for Young Scientists item page

71 students admitted to Honors Institute for Young Scientists.
Go to 78 students to Attend Honors Institute for Young Scientists item page

78 students to attend HIFYS, article in the Grand Rapids Press, May 25, 1960.
Go to Agard, Kathryn A., video interview and transcript item page

Kathryn A. Agard, Executive Director of the Johnson Center for Philanthropy at Grand Valley State University, 2006-2010. She discusses her early life, education, family, and work in the Mental Health field, at Planned Parenthood Federation of…
Go to Ainsworth, C. Bennett item page

C. Bennett Ainsworth was born in Grand Rapids on December 3, 1890. He graduated from Central High School in 1910, and attended the University of Michigan. He was the owner of Bennett Fuel Co. He died October 7, 1974.
Go to Alten family at the beach in Holland Michigan item page

Mathias Alten and family at the beach in Holland Michigan.
Go to Article in the School Executive item page

Article in the School Executive.
Go to Associate professor W. Wayne Meinke explains an electronic counter item page

Associate professor W. Wayne Meinke explains an electronic counter used in determining the presence of radioactivity.
Go to Avery, Evelyn item page

Evelyn Leonard was born in Grand Rapids in 1883 and grew up on Prospect Street. Evelyn (Eileen) was the daughter of the inventor of the refrigerator, Frank E. Leonard. Leonard was a Vassar graduate and married Noyes L. Avery in 1907. She was…
Go to Baloyan, Mary item page

Mary Baloyan's parents came from Armenia in 1897. She was the first Armenian girl born October 13, 1899 in Grand Rapids. She graduated from the University of Michigan in 1922. She later was a teacher at Ottawa Hills High School, JRCC, and in Zeeland…
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