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Helen Cornelia Proctor Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-MS-153
Scope and Contents This collection contains academic papers written by Helen Proctor as an undergraduate at Lawrence University, class of 1929; personal correspondence during her time as an undergraduate and as an administrative assistant; a personal day planner/ address book; a book titled The Secretary's Handbook: A Manual of Correct Usage; her Honorary Master of Arts degree from Lawrence University; and newspaper clippings and photographs. Proctor served as an administrative...

Henriette Scheele Kneevers Henning Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MDC-MS-029
Scope and Contents This collection consists of coursework and scrapbooks created by Henriette Scheele Kneevers Henning when she was a student at Milwaukee-Downer College, 1930-1934. Her coursework includes notes and essays from classes in English and Art History, among others. Her three scrapbooks contain newspaper clippings, photographs, correspondence, college publications, paper crafts, class schedules, and dried corsages.

John R. Newbury Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LU-MS-005
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of the correspondence and miscellaneous papers of John R. Newbury, a member of the Lawrence University class of 1930. The bulk of the materials date from Newbury’s time as a student at Lawrence from 1926 to 1930. In addition to correspondence received from family and friends while in school, the collection contains materials documenting the men’s Glee Club and the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity, coursework, as well as a series of student expense books in which Newbury...

Mary E. Hopfensperger Liebl Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LU-MS-036
Scope and Contents This collection contains four scrapbooks and music manuscripts, essays, and lecture notes created by Mary E. Hopfensperger Liebl, Lawrence College class of 1939. Materials date from 1924 to 1946 but primarily document Mary's time as a student at Lawrence.

Olga Haney Dana Album

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MDC-MS-051
Scope and Contents This album was created by Olga Haney Dana while she was a student at Milwaukee-Downer College, circa 1909 to 1913, as part of an art history course. It contains images of Italian Renaissance works of art.

"Performance Anxiety"

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-203
Scope and Contents "Performance Anxiety" is a senior capstone project completed by Brandon Husband, class of 2007, for his major in Gender Studies. It consists of an album of photographs taken by Husband along with a written essay.

Phyllis Trimberger Schwartz Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MDC-MS-064
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the papers of Phyllis Trimberger Schwartz, Milwaukee-Downer College graduate of 1939, dating from 1930 to 2000. The collection documents her years as a student studying Home Economics at Milwaukee-Downer as well as her time as an involved alumna. Materials include course work, textile and stitching samples, photographs, scrapbooks, and correspondence.

Ruth Marion Nelson Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-211
Scope and Contents This collection contains papers created and collected by Ruth Marion Nelson dating from her years as a student at the Lawrence Conservatory of Music from 1917 to 1919. Materials include photographs, notes for courses in early childhood education, programs, receipts, and ephemera.

Ruth Rockstein Hilrich Occupational Therapy Notebooks

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: MDC-MS-067
Scope and Contents This collection consists of two notebooks documenting courses taken in drawing and weaving at Milwaukee-Downer College by Ruth Rockstein Hilrich, class of 1947. She completed these courses in pursuit of a degree in Occupational Therapy. Notebooks date from approximately 1947.

Sue Ann Hackett Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-MS-201
Scope and Contents This collection contains papers collected and created by Sue Ann Hackett, Lawrence College graduate of the class of 1957, primarily dating from her years as a student. Materials include a scrapbook, coursework from a Western Civilization class taught by William Raney, photographs and slides, banquet programs and ephemera, a booklet of transcribed letters and journal entries, and newspaper clippings. Also included is a Stan Kenton record as an example of what students listened to in the 1950s.