Michigan State University Archives & Historical Collections
Series: 5) Police Administration
Box 679 Folder 3 Administration, American Personnel, General, 101 1955-1961
(Partially scanned folder | 8 records)
March 19th,1958
Chief of the Police Administration Division Howard Hoyt corresponds with other personnel in the division, as well as potential employees, to discuss extensions of stays in Vietnam, resignations, and the hiring of new employees.
October 4th,1958
Travel itineraries are made for Police Administration personnel Jerome Hemmye and his family.
December 15th,1958
Chief of the Administrative Services Division at MSUG John Griffin writes to Chief Advisor Ralph Smuckler to discuss the personnel needs the group has in the coming year.
October 6th,1958
The Personnel Office of the Michigan State University Vietnam Advisory Group sends out a memorandum to staff members with a schedule of work hours and a notice about taking time off.
April 24th,1958
A list is made of American MSUG staff members of the Police Administration Division in Vietnam. The information includes level of college education, years of police experience, last previous employment, rank or assignment, and present assignment.
February 20th,1958
Robert Gollings of the MSUG Police Administration branch puts in a request for travel time and attaches a memorandum of MSUG travel regulations.
January 17th,1958
A memorandum is sent out to all American staff from the Administrative Services Division of MSUG concerning the administration of United States Federal Income Taxes.
March 18th,1958
Chief of the Police Division Howard Hoyt and R. Swanson from Administrative Services send out a memorandum of American staff who should get a "plague shot" following their visits to St. Jacques.