Columbia River; Dalles Dam (Or. and Wash.); Fishing -- Oregon; Fishing -- Washington (State); Indians of North America -- Oregon; Indians of North America -- Washington (State);
Verso caption: Indians fishing at Celilo Falls, Oregon, on the Columbia River near The Dalles, Oregon. These falls will be destroyed by the erection of the Dalles Dam Size: 19.5cm x 25cm Negative no.: Same as Identifier
Automobiles -- California -- 1920-1930; Shepherds -- California
Verso caption: Sheep camp on Tule Lake[.] Klamath Falls Oregon Note by Archivist: Tule Lake is in Northern California. Photo sent to BCIM from Klamath Falls Mission. Size: 7.8cm x 13.2cm Negative no.: Same as Identifier
Catholic Church -- Missions -- Washington (State); Church buildings -- Washington (State); Indians of North America -- Washington (State)
Verso caption: St. Paul's Church, the first Church built in St. Francis Regis Mission, one of the oldest Landmarks in the State of Washington. Now in ruins and not more [sic] used, situated close to the Kettle Falls of the Columbia River, one of...
Antinuclear movement -- United States; Catholic Worker Movement; Civil defense drills -- United States; Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980; Hennacy, Ammon, 1893-1970; Pacifism -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church; Pacifists -- United States; Peace --...
Leaflet distributed by New York Catholic Workers for their July 20, 1956 protest against mandatory participation in the city's civil defense drill. The names of Dorothy Day and Ammon Hennacy appear on the leaflet. This was the Catholic Worker...
Marquette University -- Football;
Cotton Bowl Game, Dallas, Tex. -- History
Marquette football player John (Jack) Lauterbach, a 183-pound guard from Redwood Falls, Minnesota. Lauterbach was a member of the team that played in the first Cotton Bowl. In 2011 the team was inducted into the Marquette Athletic Hall of Fame.