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Amélie Catherine Sérafon Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MDC-MS-057
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the papers of Amélie Catherine Sérafon, professor of French at Milwaukee-Downer College from 1910 to 1945. The bulk of the collection includes letters, in French, sent to Bessie Wolfner, Milwaukee-Downer College class of 1918. These letters were translated by Lawrence students and published as A Common Bond: Letters from Mlle Serafon in 2001. Other materials include newspaper clippings, teaching materials, and photographs.

Anne Jacobson Schutte Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-133
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials documenting Schutte's time as a History professor at Lawrence from 1967 to 1991. Article reviews, teaching materials, and photographs are included in this collection.

Anne P. Jones Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-136
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials pertaining to Anne P. Jones, professor of French and German at Lawrence from 1937 to 1976.  The collection includes articles written by and about Professor Jones, as well as correspondence and an obituary.  Photographs and a poetry collection by B. Cronmiller are also included.

Charlotte Marie Lorenz Collection

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-141
Scope and Contents Charlotte Marie Lorenz taught as Professor of Spanish at Lawrence from 1919 to 1940. This collection contains some of Lorenz's translations: The Conspiracy of Venice, Year 1310, Historical Drama, by Francisco Martinez de la Rosa, "Letter by Gabriela Mistral to Eduardo Mallea about the death of Stefan Zweig," and a formerly bound work, "Translations from the Spanish." The collection also includes a text by Lorenz titled, "Literary...

Dorrit Friedlander Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LU-MS-113
Scope and Contents This collection consists of the papers of Dorrit Friedlander, professor of German at Lawrence University from 1951 to 2013.  The collection documents her teaching, administrative roles and committee service, and experiences with off-campus study programs, particularly the German study centers in Eningen and Bönnigheim during the late 1960s and early 1970s. Materials documenting her social life, retirement, and other celebrations are also included. Materials include correspondence, newspaper...

Edna Wiegand Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-MS-142
Scope and Contents The Edna Wiegand Collection contains correspondence, newspaper clippings, materials from her travels, photographs of Dr. Wiegand and her immediate family, her Doctorate of Philosophy degree from Columbia University, and her honorary Master of Arts degree from Lawrence University. Wiegand graduated from Lawrence University in 1911 and taught in the Classics department from 1923 to 1952.

Elisabeth Koffka Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-MS-199
Scope and Contents This collection contains papers documenting the teaching and creative writing of Elisabeth Koffka, professor of history at Lawrence University from 1961 to 1971. The bulk of the collection consists of poetry and prose written by Koffka dating from the 1930s to the 1980s. Materials documenting her teaching of Freshman Studies, German, and history at Lawrence and her teaching activities at Smith College are also included. Records include notebooks, lecture notes, speeches, publications, cassette...

Elizabeth Forter Papers

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-MS-143
Scope and Contents This collection contains various academic papers written by Dr. Forter as a student; personal academic notebooks and calendars; personal correspondence; records for the Elizabeth Tusten Forter Scholarship fund; her doctoral dissertation, "A Study of the Dramatic Technique of Bernard Shaw"; her Doctor of Philosophy degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison; and her honorary Master of Arts degree granted by Lawrence University. Dr. Forter taught in the Lawrence University English Department...

Emily Frances Brown Papers

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Identifier: MDC-MS-003
Scope and Contents The bulk of this collection is comprised of the scripts and programs from the plays that Emily Frances Brown produced and directed as an English professor at Milwaukee Downer College from 1900 to 1945. The collection also contains newspaper articles describing her role in bringing the now famous Christmas song “Twelve Days of Christmas” from England to the United States, as well as photographs and teaching materials.

Estella Lauter Papers

 Collection — Box: 1
Identifier: LU-MS-144
Scope and Contents This collection contains Lauter's manuscript, Women As Mythmakers: Poetry And Visual Art by Twentieth Century Women, edited by the Indiana University Press; a photo-duplicated version of her essay "Visual Images by Women: A Test Case for the Theory of Archetypes," as found in the text edited by Lauter and Carol Schreier Rupprecht titled, Feminist Archetypal Theory: Interdisciplinary Re-Visions of Jungian Thought; and a...