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    • Lincoln funeral mourning badge, 1865

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865 -- Death and Burial
    • A funeral mourning badge made of black and white fabric, with a small portrait of Abraham Lincoln in the center of the badge. The white fabric is soiled and the image of Lincoln is spotted. The item is mounted in a small glass frame.
    • A group of men gather around the table for a meal

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; Brooks, Peter A. (Peter Anthony) -- Pictorial works; Geist, Walter -- Pictorial works;
    • A group of men gather around the table for a meal, circa 1945. The gathering is likely a meeting of the Marquette University Board of Governors, chaired by Walter Geist. Marquette University President Rev. Peter A. Brooks, S.J., is also seated at...
    • A group gathers outside a Marquette University building

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; Fox, Albert C., 1878-1934 -- Pictorial works; Fitzpatrick, Edward A. (Edward Augustus), 1884-1960 -- Pictorial works; Moulinier, Charles B. -- Pictorial works;
    • A group of men, including a number of administrators, gather outside a Marquette University building, circa 1925. Identified in the photo are Edward Fitzpatrick, Dean of the Graduate School (third from left); Rev. Charles B. Moulinier, S.J., Regent...
    • Albert J. DiUlio, S.J., 1990

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; DiUlio, Albert Joseph -- Pictorial works;
    • Albert J. DiUlio, S.J., who served as president of Marquette University from 1990-1996.
    • Lincoln life mask and hands, 2 of 4, n.d.

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Sculptors -- United States;
    • Alvastone resembling bronze, based on a plaster life mask and hands of Abraham Lincoln made in 1860 by American sculptor Leonard W. Volk. Both the mask and hands provided the models for many Lincoln statues by other sculptors, as well as life-size...
    • Lincoln life mask and hands, 1 of 4, n.d.

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Sculptors -- United States; Volk, Leonard Wells, 1828-1895;
    • Alvastone resembling bronze, based on a plaster life mask and hands of Abraham Lincoln made in 1860 by American sculptor Leonard W. Volk. Both the mask and hands provided the models for many Lincoln statues by other sculptors, as well as life-size...
    • Lincoln life mask and hands, 3 of 4, n.d.

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Sculptors -- United States; Volk, Leonard Wells, 1828-1895;
    • Alvastone resembling bronze, based on a plaster life mask and hands of Abraham Lincoln made in 1860 by American sculptor Leonard W. Volk. Both the mask and hands provided the models for many Lincoln statues by other sculptors, as well as life-size...
    • Lincoln life mask and hands, 4 of 4, n.d.

    • Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865; Sculptors -- United States; Volk, Leonard Wells, 1828-1895;
    • Alvastone resembling bronze, based on a plaster life mask and hands of Abraham Lincoln made in 1860 by American sculptor Leonard W. Volk. Both the mask and hands provided the models for many Lincoln statues by other sculptors, as well as life-size...
    • Buzz Aldrin speaking at Marquette University, 1969

    • Aldrin, Buzz; Astronauts -- United States; Marquette University; Award presentations
    • Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin speaks during a civic dinner in the union ballroom after being presented with the Père Marquette Discovery Award. Aldrin stands behind a podium. A table decorated with flowers and dinnerware is in the foreground.
    • Michael Collins speaking at Marquette University, 1969

    • Collins, Michael, 1930-; Aldrin, Buzz; Astronauts -- United States; Marquette University; Award presentations
    • Apollo 11 astronaut Michael Collins delivers a speech at the Père Marquette Discovery Award ceremony. Collins, wearing the Père Marquette Discovery Award, stands behind a podium. Buzz Aldrin waits behind him. A reporter holds a recording device...
    • Neil Armstrong speaking at Marquette University, 1969

    • Armstrong, Neil, 1930-; Astronauts -- United States; Marquette University; Award presentations
    • Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong delivers a speech at the Père Marquette Discovery Award ceremony. Armstrong, wearing the Père Marquette Discovery Award, stands behind a podium. A reporter holds a recording device to the stage.
    • Catholic Worker newspaper article, July-August 1956

    • 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 --...
    • Article from the Catholic Worker newspaper, written by Dorothy Day, about the second arrest for protesting the mandatory 'Operation Alert' civil defense drill in New York City, which was held on July 20, 1956.
    • Catholic Worker newspaper article, July-August 1955

    • 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 --...
    • Article written by Dorothy Day describing her experiences protesting the 'Operation Alert' civil defense drill. The protest resulted in the arrest of several protestors, including Day. The front page of the newspaper also displays an illustration...
    • Indian Symbolic Catechism, 1843

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures printed as tip-out in Letters and Sketches but often used removed from the book as a scroll oriented vertically. The book includes "Instructions for use of Indian Symbolic Catechism," pp. 245-252.
    • Come to Me… I am the Way, 1984

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures with corresponding Siksika (or Blackfoot) and contemporary pictures. Accompanied by leaflet with same title. Commissioned in 1984 by Bishop Paul J. O'Bryne of Calgary, Alta.
    • Tableau-catéchisme = Pictorial catechism, 1895 - 1896

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures with text in French and English. Printed on four panels glued end to end and side by side, backed in linen, oriented vertically in two columns; also known as: Two Roads. Electronic resource from Grandin Archives, Missionary...
    • Echelle Chronologique et Historique de la Religion, n.d.

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures with text in French. Also known as Catholic ladder; drawn on pasted panels glued end to end, backed in linen, oriented vertically on one continuous strip rolled like a scroll; also known as: Tableau échelle catholique, Échelle...
    • Tableau-catéchisme, 1873

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures with text in French. Printed on four pasted panels glued end to end, backed in linen, oriented vertically on one continuous strip, rolled like a scroll, unfurled and suspended by a wooden stick; also known as: Two Roads, Catholic...
    • Tableau-catéchisme = Pictorial catechism, 1874

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church;
    • Biblical pictures with text in French. Printed on four pasted panels glued end to end, backed in linen, oriented vertically on one continuous strip, rolled like a scroll, unfurled and suspended by a wooden stick. Electronic resource from Grandin...
    • Black Elk teaching Broken Nose's children with Lacombe's ladder, 1927-1928

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church; Black Elk, 1863-1950; Oglala Indians; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Indian children -- South Dakota;
    • Black Elk, an Oglala Indian catechist, teaching children with Lacombe's catechism in front of a log cabin. In South Dakota it was known as the "Two Roads" because it prominently featured two paths of conduct.
    • "First Man on the Moon" postage stamps, 1969

    • Moon Exploration; Postage stamps -- 1960-1970; Astronautics on postage stamps
    • Block of four "First Man on the Moon" ten-cent stamps. The stamp depicts an astronaut descending from a lunar module to take his first steps on the moon's surface. The planet earth is shown in the background.
    • "Marquette Explorer" postage stamps, 1968

    • Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675; Mississippi River Discovery and Exploration; Joliet, Louis, 1645-1700; Postage stamps -- 1960-1970; Explorers on postage stamps
    • Block of four "Marquette Explorer" six-cent stamps. The stamp depicts Père Jacques Marquette and Louis Joliet in a canoe during their 1673 Mississippi River expedition. The men are accompanied by two European paddlers.
    • "Marquette on the Mississippi" postage stamps, 1898

    • Marquette, Jacques, 1637-1675; Mississippi River Discovery and Exploration; Postage stamps -- 1890-1900; Explorers on postage stamps
    • Block of four "Marquette on the Mississippi" one-cent stamps. The stamp depicts Père Jacques Marquette meeting with American Indians, during his 1673 expedition. Father Marquette stands in a canoe with two American Indian guides. The Mississippi...
    • Apollo 11 astronauts at Marquette University, 1969

    • Aldrin, Buzz; Collins, Michael, 1930-; Armstrong, Neil, 1930-; Astronauts -- United States; Marquette University; Award presentations
    • Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, and Neil Armstrong are presented with Père Marquette Discovery Awards during a ceremony at the Center for Performing Arts. An unidentified man stands to the left of Armstrong. Members of the symphony are seated behind...
    • Apollo 11 astronauts on stage with John P. Raynor, S.J., 1969

    • Aldrin, Buzz; Collins, Michael, 1930-; Armstrong, Neil, 1930-; Raynor, John P., 1923-1997; Astronauts -- United States; Marquette University; Award presentations
    • Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins, Marquette University President John P. Raynor, S.J., and Neil Armstrong during the Père Marquette Discovery Award ceremony. Father Raynor holds a framed photograph of Armstrong taking his first steps on the moon's...
    • Catechism class with Blanchet's ladder, 1941

    • Bible illustrations; Bible study and teaching; Bible study -- Catholic Church; Indian children -- Washington (State); Tulalip Indians; Dominican Sisters -- Washington (State);
    • Catechism class with Tulalip Indian children (left to right)--back row: Wayne Williams, Edith Lozean, Rosemarie Sheldon, Marie Sneatlum, Marcella Williams, Lydinne Lozean, Herman Williams; kneeling: Douglas Charley, Norma Shelton, Dorothy Bellesen,...
    • Donors and university officials examine a model of the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel site

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; O'Donnell, Edward J. -- Pictorial works; Kelley, William F. (William Frederick), 1914- -- Pictorial works; Berkman, Lillian Rojtman -- Pictorial Works; Rojtman,...
    • Donors Marc and Lillian Rojtman as well as Rev. Edward O'Donnell S.J. (chancellor) and Marquette University President Rev. William F. Kelley, S.J., examine a model of the site for the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel.
    • Dorothy Day and others seated in protest of civil defense drill, 1956

    • 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; Peace -- Religious aspects -- Catholic...
    • Dorothy Day (far right), Deane Mowrer (to her right), Ammon Hennacy (fourth from left), and others seated on a park bench at Washington Square Park, New York City, on July 20, 1956, in protest of the mandatory "Operation Alert" civil defense drill....
    • Dorothy Day picketing civil defense drill in New York City, 1959

    • Antinuclear movement -- United States; Catholic Worker Movement; Civil defense drills -- United States; Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980; Pacifism -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church; Peace -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church; Radicals -- United...
    • Dorothy Day picketing at City Hall Park, New York City, April 17, 1959. prior to her arrest for protesting the mandatory "Operation Alert" civil defense drill. It was her fifth and final arrest for refusing to participate in the annual event.
    • Letter from Dorothy Day to Frater Charles, 24 June 1955

    • Antinuclear movement -- United States; Catholic Worker Movement; Civil defense drills -- United States; Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980; Pacifism -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church; Pacifists -- United States; Radicals -- United States;
    • Dorothy Day writing about her arrest in a letter to Jack English, a former member of the New York Catholic Worker community who assumed the religious name of Charles when he entered the Trappist order.
    • Marquette University Board of Trustees meeting

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; Fitch, Eliot G.; Raynor, John P. -- Pictorial works;
    • Eliot Fitch, chairman of the board, and Marquette University President Rev. John P. Raynor, S.J., preside at a Board of Trustees meeting, circa 1969.
    • Stanislaus P. Lalumiere, S.J.

    • Marquette University -- History; Marquette University -- Presidents -- Pictorial works; Lalumiere, Stanislaus P. -- Pictorial works;
    • Engraving depicting Marquette College President Rev. Stanislaus P. Lalumiere, S.J.. The engraving appeared in a March 1895 issue of The Milwaukee Journal.

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