Growing our Collection Documenting Summers in Saugatuck 

November 7, 2017

from the Saugatuck-Douglas History Center Growing our Collection Documenting Summers in Saugatuck  Wednesday, Nov. 8, 7PM Old School House, 130 Center St., Douglas

Collaborative article published

November 1, 2017

Melanie Shell-Weiss, Annie Benefiel, and Kimberly McKee reflect on the interdepartmental collaboration to create and preserve a digital collection.

Campus mourns death of Kutsche Office of Local History founder

May 22, 2017

Paul Kutsche, whose gift established Grand Valley's Kutsche Office of Local History, died May 18 after several weeks in hospice care. He was 90.

Gordon Olson Award Winners Announced

March 30, 2017

ALLENDALE, Mich. - The Kutsche Office of Local History at Grand Valley State University presented two local historians with the Gordon Olson Award at a recent gathering.

Winter 2017 Kutsche Chronicle Now Available

February 7, 2017

Special Winter 2017 Kutsche Chronicle now available online. We have so many great events going on we couldn't keep it to 2 issues this year!

Now accepting nominations for Gordon Olson Award

January 9, 2017

Do you know someone who has made outstanding contributions to local history? Someone who has used history to give voice to diverse communities? Please consider nominating them for the Kutsche Office of Local History's 2017 Gordon Olson Award.

Kutsche Office of Local History Announces Community Collaboration Grant

October 25, 2016

Community Collaboration Grant was designed to provide meaningful opportunities for faculty working with students and communities in West Michigan.

Lakeshore county collects oral histories of residents for archives

August 22, 2016

The Kutsche Office partnership with the Oceana County Hispanic Center and the county's Historical and Genealogical Society is featured in the new GV Magazine.

Grand Rapids Filmmaker receives Sundance Grant

July 29, 2016

Shane McSauby, a recent GVSU grad who worked with the Kutsche Office on the Gi-gikinomaage-min Project receives Sundance Grant.

Memories preserved during 'History Harvest'

June 22, 2016

A $11,500 Common Heritage Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities was put to use Saturday, June 18 during the Growing Community: Oceana's Agricultural History "History Harvest".

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