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Lawrence University -- Faculty and staff

 Subject
Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 242 Collections and/or Records:

Steve Syverson, 1983

 Digital Record
Identifier: ARC2011-263

Summer Secondary Science Training Program brochure

 Digital Record
Identifier: ARC2016-169

Ted Cloak directing Saint Joan

 Digital Record
Identifier: ARC2012-094

Thomas and Margaret Dietrich Papers

 Collection
Identifier: LU-MS-219
Scope and Contents This collection contains materials documenting the careers of artists Thomas Dietrich and Margaret Rape Dietrich, dating from 1945 to 2001. Materials include biographical information, correspondence, exhibition programs, photographs, and art prints.

Thomas Smith statement on Kent State

 Digital Record
Identifier: ARC2020-058

Underwood Observatory interior and telescope

 Digital Record
Identifier: ARC2009-081

University Archives Oral Histories

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: LU-RG13-002
Scope and Contents This collection consists of oral history interviews conducted or collected by the Lawrence University Archives from 2006 to the present. Narrators are primarily retired faculty and staff and alumni of Lawrence or Milwaukee-Downer College. Audio recordings and transcripts of interviews are included.

University Artifact Collection

 Collection
Identifier: LU-RG13-010
Scope and Contents This collection consists of artifacts and memorabilia associated with Lawrence University, dating from 1815 to 2017. Objects include clothing, jewelry, furnishings, banners, plates, plaques, trophies, and other assorted items.

University Audio Recordings

 Collection
Identifier: LU-RG13-001
Scope and Contents This collection contains audio recordings in analog, magnetic, and digital formats documenting the Lawrence University campus and community. The recordings date from 1947 to 2014. Events documented include Commencement ceremonies, lecture series (including Freshman Studies lectures), reunions and other alumni gatherings, news broadcasts, Conservatory programs, and more.  Researchers are encouraged to verify with staff the format of individual items and availability for immediate use. Many items...