Lloyd Anderson papers
MSS-001

Summary Information

Repository
Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives
Creator
Anderson, Lloyd W.
Title
Lloyd Anderson papers
ID
MSS-001
Date [bulk]
Bulk, 1966-1971
Date [inclusive]
1966 - 1982
Extent
1.0 folder
Language
Mixed materials [Folder]
1

Preferred Citation note

[Identification of item], in the Lloyd Anderson papers, MSS-001, Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives, Northern Michigan University.

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Biographical note

Lloyd W. Anderson, of Negaunee, Michigan, married Evelyn on June 3, 1936. He operated Lloyd's Texaco in Negaunee from 1931 until 1962, when he retired. Anderson died on November 5, 1994.

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Scope and Contents note

This collection contains correspondence between Anderson and John D. Voelker concerning fly fishing. Voelker frequently requested tied flies from Anderson and often discussed their effectiveness in his trout fishing.

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Arrangement note

Chronological.

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Administrative Information

Publication Information

Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives May 22, 2010

Harden Learning Resources Center 126
1401 Presque Isle Ave
Marquette, Michigan, 49855
906-227-1225
archives@nmu.edu

Conditions Governing Access note

No restrictions. Open for research.

Immediate Source of Acquisition note

At the recommendation of Elizabeth Delene, archivist for the Catholic Diocese of Marquette, Lloyd Anderson donated the letters to the Central Upper Peninsula and Northern Michigan University Archives in 1993.

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Related Materials

John D. Voelker Papers

See the John D. Voelker papers (MSS-39) for more information on Voelker's fishing habits.

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Controlled Access Headings

Personal Name(s)

  • Voelker, John D., (John Donaldson), 1903-1991 -- Correspondence

Subject(s)

  • Fly fishing--Michigan--Upper Peninsula.
  • Fly tying.

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