Educational fund raising -- Wisconsin
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents This collection consists of records of the Lawrence University Alumni Association dating from 1866 to 2009. Records include information sheets gathered for publication in the first Alumni Record in 1881; meeting minutes and correspondence of the LUAA Board of Directors (1943-2009); subject files and meeting materials from the Student Alumni Relations Committee and its successor, the Student Alumni Association (1979-1992); records of local/regional alumni...
Scope and Contents This collection consists of records of the Board of Trustees at Lawrence University, dating from 1847 to the present. Records include directories and information about members of the board; correspondence; agendas, minutes, and other materials accompanying meetings of the full board, Executive Committee, and other committees of the board.
Scope and Contents The collection contains materials documenting Bruce Brown’s time as a member of the Board of Trustees at Lawrence (1994-1997), his work with the Class of 1969 scholarship fund, and his work with the Lawrence University Alumni Association. Financial materials, correspondence with other Lawrence staff and committee members and with other colleges, committee meeting agendas and minutes, and other reports are included in the collection.
Scope and Contents This collection contains records of the Office of Development, and fund-raising records pre-dating the creation of this office, from 1847 to the present. Records include administrative and subject files, publications, event invitations, and campaign materials. Records documenting gifts to Lawrence, including early subscription books, gifts from corporations and individuals, endowed chairs and professorships, and grants, are also included.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of papers belonging and pertaining to Reeder Smith, an agent employed by Amos A. Lawrence in the founding of Lawrence University, and his wife, Eliza Kimball Smith. Papers date primarily from 1846 to 1895 and include correspondence, pamphlets, newspaper clippings, photographs, and records of donations to Lawrence University. Subjects documented include lawsuits related to land owned by Smith in Appleton and Smith's efforts to raise funds for a new preparatory/female...