A press release prepared for the Cobeen Hall Open House and Dedication held March 20, 1966 describes its place in the history of Marquette and reonvations required to convert it from the La Salle Hotel into a residence for students.
Blum, Virgil C; Foreign study -- Ireland; Marquette University; University College, Dublin;
Handwritten letter from Marquette University Junior, Mary Jeanne Bowen, to Rev. Virgil C. Blum, S.J., chairman of Marquette's Junior Year Abroad program. Bowen is reporting on her first term studying at University College, Dublin, Ireland. Bowen...
Street-level view of the McCormick Hall construction site, December 3, 1966, with only the first several floors in place. Walls surrounding the construction site bear graffiti documenting issues and themes of the time.
An aerial view of the west facade of McCormick Hall while under construction, March 27, 1967. Workers can be seen on several floors of the building while cement trucks can be seen coming and going to the site. In the background to the east downtown...
Construction of McCormick Hall progresses to the upper portions of the building in this view from across Wisconsin Avenue, March 27, 1967. Numbers posted on the left side of the building indicated that nine floors are in place.
A student studies at the desk in his Schroeder Hall dorm room, 1967-1968. A variety of materials clutter his study area, including books, a portable typewriter, newspaper clippings, and advertisements.
Two roommates pose with their belongings as they move into O'Donnell Hall, September 8, 1952. Books are stacked on the floor and tied with twine; suitcases, clothes on hangers, and boxes all need to find a home in the newly opened residence hall.
Washing; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Elementary schools -- South Dakota; School children -- Health and hygiene; Boarding schools -- South Dakota; Dormitories;
Elementary school girls at sink caring for themselves -- washing hands, brushing teeth, and combing hair Verso caption: Girls Washing Up.