Indians of North America -- Arizona; Navajo Indians -- Rites and ceremonies;
11.8cm x 16.8cm Negative no.: Same as Identifier Several parties own Simeon Schwemberger's negatives, including the Franciscan Friars of St. Michaels, The Museum of Northern Arizona, and Nello Guadagnoli.
Catholic Church -- Missions -- Arizona; Classrooms -- Arizona -- St. Michaels; Indian children -- Arizona; Indians of North America -- Arizona; Nuns -- Arizona; Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament for Indians and Colored People -- Arizona
Children -- South Dakota -- 1940-1950; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Faculty; Holy Rosary Mission Indian School -- Students; Indian children -- South Dakota; Indian youth -- South Dakota; Sewing Class;
5th or 6th grade students mending clothes and darning socks Note by Archivist: left to right, standing: Sister DeChantal Baumann, Olivia Black Elk, Theresa Janis, Jean Lee; seated: Beatrice Long Visitor, Bertha Blindman, June Cuny, Helen...
Wehr Life Sciences Building, Marquette University;
A group gathers for the unveiling of the "Life Forms" metallic sculpture by Milwaukee sculptor Robert J. Hurdelbrink in the Life Sciences Building Lobby, June 1965. Pictured are Marquette University President Rev. William F. Kelley S.J.; Oscar G....
William Wehr Physics Building, Marquette University;
A group of dignitaries and administrators - including Marquette University President Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J., Albert Jache, and trustee Patrick Haggerty - gathers for the dedication of the Walter F. Joyce, Jr., Memorial Biomaterials Laboratory,...
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.