Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 131 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection consists of records documenting the operations and activities of the Department of Theatre Arts at Lawrence. The bulk of the collection consists of production files containing newspaper clippings, programs, and photographs of theatrical productions. Administrative records, directors' books, posters, related student organization files, and materials documenting the predecessors to the Department of Theatre at Lawrence (oratory and debate, and the School of Expression) are also...
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...
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of the papers of Douglas Knight, President of Lawrence College from 1954 to 1963. The bulk of the collection is correspondence sent and received dating from his tenure as President. Subjects discussed include donations to the college, building projects, and controversy over the National Defense Student Loan Program affadavit. The collection also includes newspaper clippings, speeches, publications, and photographs, as well as materials related to Knight's subsequent...
Scope and Contents This collection is composed of records documenting the first seven presidents of Lawrence University: William Sampson (1849-1853), Edward Cooke (1853-1859), Russell Mason (1859-1865), George Steele (1865-1879), Elias Huntley (1879-1883), Bradford Raymond (1883-1889), and Charles Gallagher (1889-1893). Materials consist primarily of articles, correspondence, and photographs.
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Scope and Contents This collection consists of records documenting the East Asian Languages and Cultures Program dating from 1986 to 2005. Records include correspondence, fliers, photographs, articles, and reports. Also included are records documenting grants from the Freeman Foundation and the National Security Education Program ("Building Bridges through Practical Chinese.")
Scope and Contents The collection is comprised of correspondence and biographical materials of Edna Ferber, a Pulitzer Prize winning novelist who spent her childhood and early career in Appleton, Wisconsin, and continues to have a strong influence on the city to this day. The correspondence range from 1946-1966 and consist mostly of letters between Ferber and her secretary, Yvette B. Garden. Ferber describes her travels around the world, finances, and her family. Letters exchanged between Ferber and Lawrence...
Collection — Multiple Containers
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.
Overview The Elisabeth Koffka Papers is a collection of materials from History Professor Elisabeth Koffka, which ranges from 1918 to 1994. The materials within this collection include her poetry, prose, published works, personal documents, reflections, correspondence, lecture notes, student papers and exams, and other materials from Professor Koffka's time and Smith College and Lawrence University. The collection is also home to audio tapes recounting personal history.
Scope and Contents This collection consists of a selection of papers from Ellen C. Sabin, president of Downer College from 1890 to 1895 and Milwaukee-Downer College from 1895 to 1921. Materials primarily include articles about Sabin, photographs, and correspondence to and from friends and acquaintances.
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Scope and Contents The collection contains a reproduction of Doeringer's dissertation, "Yang Hsiung and his Formulation of a Classicism," from Columbia University, 1971. It also includes other writings, newspaper clippings, and photographs. Materials date from 1971 to 2007.