Dean Earl Smith Photograph Album
Collection — Box: 1
This photograph album was created by Dean Earl Smith, a student at Lawrence from the fall of 1910 to the spring of 1912. It contains photographs of the Lawrence campus, student groups and individuals, members of the Beta Sigma Phi chapter, locations in and around Appleton, and other scenic images from around the state of Wisconsin. Also included are images of President Taft visiting Appleton on October 26, 1911.
- Other: Date acquired: 06/15/2013
- Smith, Dean Earl (Person)
Conditions Governing Access
Collection is open for research.
Conditions Governing Use
Lawrence University does not hold the copyright for all materials in this collection. Uses beyond those allowed for fair use under U. S. Copyright Law (Title 17, U.S.C.) require the researcher to secure permission from the copyright holder.
Biographical or Historical Information
Dean Earl Smith attended Lawrence as a freshman and sophomore, from the fall of 1910 to the spring of 1912. He later attended the University of Wisconsin and Harvard University. He joined the Standard Oil Company in 1915 and worked as a foreign manager in the Far East for 20 years. During the 1940s and 1950s, he traveled around the Midwest offering lectures on topics such as "The Menace of Communism" and "Imperialism as I Know It." He passed away in the 1980s.
Method of Acquisition
The album was donated to Lawrence by Allen Bjornson '63 and Mark A. Thomas '63 in June, 2013.
Processed by Erin Dix, 2013.
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