Booklet containing descriptions of the creation, installation, and history of the carillon. Also details inscriptions on individual bells, physical and musical qualities of specific bells, and a history of Marquette Hall.
William Wehr Physics Building, Marquette University; Wehr Life Sciences Building, Marquette University; Todd Wehr Chemistry Building, Marquette University;
Brochure printed for the formal dedication of the Wehr Science Center, which includes the Chemistry, Physics, and Life Sciences buildings, all funded by Frederic C. (Todd) Wehr and the Wehr Foundation.
Basketball coaches; Marquette University -- basketball
Al McGuire speaks during a ceremony at the Bradley Center. Behind him is a framed replica jersey worn by players during the 1977 NCAA Championship. To honor the former coach the team retired the number 77 and presented McGuire with the jersey.
College sports; Cross-country running; Marquette University -- Cross-country running;
Coach Melvin "Bus" Shimek (standing center) and five athletes from the champion cross-country team. Clockwise from Shimek: Frank Fortier, Ray Mayer, Bob Allen, George Walter, and unidentified. Two of the athletes hold trophies. The print has a...
African American athletes; Marquette University -- Track and field; Track and field athletes;
Sprinter Ralph Metcalfe completes a sprint, observed by three boys standing on the track infield at Marquette University Stadium. Metcalfe's head is thrown back and he is raising both of his hands above his head.
Generation After (Milwaukee, Wis.); Jews -- Czechoslovakia; Jews -- Ukraine -- Education; Jews -- Ukraine -- Religious life; Jews -- Ukraine -- Social conditions -- 20th century; Jews -- Ukraine -- Social life and customs -- 20th century; Hasidism...
Louis Koplin describes growing up in a Jewish family in Svalyava, Ukraine (formerly Czechoslovakia) during the late 1920s and 1930s, including the strong Zionist movement in his city. Index follows transcript.
Farewell party for John Sisk, Jr. Pictured are John "Big Train" Sisk, Sr., Catherine Sisk, and John Sisk Jr. They stand together holding a sign that says: "MARQUETTE'S LOSS MIAMI'S GAIN. GOOD LUCK JOHN." The image was made after Marquette...