A Milwaukee Journal article which provides information about the William Plankinton mansion, the Plankinton family, and the structure's time as an icon on the Marquette campus, written upon the event of the building's pending destruction.
Program for a Civic Testimonial Banquet in honor of The Rev. Raphael C. McCarthy, S.J., and Welcome to The Rev. Peter A. Brooks, S.J., held at the Crystal Ballroom in the Hotel Schroeder, March 15, 1944.
Jesuits -- South Dakota; Bishops -- South Dakota; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Redemptorists -- South Dakota; Priests;
Jesuits and Bishop McCarty, C.Ss.R., at Diamond Jubilee of Brother Michalowski, S.J. Verso caption: Brother Francis B. Michalowski's Diamond Jubilee, 1949. [Left to right] Front row, seated: Fr. S.E. McNamara, Brother Michalowski, Most Reverend...
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.
Jesuits -- South Dakota; Brothers (Religious) -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota;
Jesuits of Holy Rosary Mission with Jesuit visitors from St. Francis Mission Verso caption [left to right]: Top row 4: Siehr, Gross, Michalowski, 4th unknown; row 3: Jones*, Schlienger, Bauer, Price, 5-7th unknown; row 2: Edwards, Klaus, Hogan*,...
Marquette University -- History; College presidents -- Inauguration; Magee, William M. -- Inauguration, 1928;
Inaugural address given by Rev. William M. Magee, S.J., upon the occasion of his inauguration as President of Marquette University, April 23, 1928. Includes an induction by General Otto H. Falk, Chairman of the Board of Governors.
Basketball; College sports; Marquette University -- Basketball
Marquette guard Dean Meminger poses with Herbert E. Sutter, president of the Metropolitan Intercollegiate Basketball Association. The two men are holding Meminger's trophy for Most Valuable Player after the 33 annual National Invitational...
The pamphlet was created for the dedication and open house activities for the Alumni Memorial Union, October 6, 1990. Inside is a list of activities scheduled throughout the day as well as a list of donors.