Thompson, Tommy George, 1941-;Alexander, Lamar ;Vocational education -- Wisconsin
Governor Thompson and U.S. Secretary of Education Lamar Alexander touring Gateway Technical College; City of Kenosha; Kenosha County; Wisconsin; November 21, 1991. The tour coincided with launching of Wisconsin 2000 education program.
Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians; Indian blankets -- North America;
Notes by Archivist: Red Cloud llved 1822?-1909. Red Cloud shook hands with William Blackmore, who was cropped out of this print. Original negative in Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, New Haven, Conneticut.
Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; Brooks, Peter A. (Peter Anthony) -- Pictorial works; Johnston, Robert A. (Robert Alexander), 1846-1907 -- Pictorial works;
Marquette University President Rev. Peter A. Brooks, S.J., shows students a portrait of benefactor Robert A. Johnston, circa 1945.
Academic buildings; Architecture -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; College buildings -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; College campuses -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee; Marquette University -- Buildings; Universities and colleges -- Wisconsin -- Milwaukee;
Program prepared for the dedication of the Wehr Chemistry Building, including information about honorary degree recipients John R. Dunning, Robert S. Mulliken, and Alexander Hollaender, as well as information about symposia held as a part of the...
Program produced for the dedication of the Marquette University Stadium, held October 18, 1924. Contains brief biographies and photographs of both members of the stadium fundraising committee as well as the Marquette football team, as well as...
Fans gather in the stands of the Marquette University Stadium in this view across the field. At the time of this image, the goalpost stood at the back of the end zone and had no padding and a sign naming the stadium had been erected behind the...
Cars park around the outside of the track and on the sidelines at the Marquette University Stadium as the home stands are filled to capacity on game day. The Marquette cheerleaders are just visible on the cinder track in front of the stands.