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.
William Wehr Physics Building, Marquette University; Wehr Life Sciences Building, Marquette University; Todd Wehr Chemistry Building, Marquette University;
Brochure printed for the formal dedication of the Wehr Science Center, which includes the Chemistry, Physics, and Life Sciences buildings, all funded by Frederic C. (Todd) Wehr and the Wehr Foundation.
This article describes how the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel is the newest jewel on the Marquette University campus detailing the complex process of moving and reconstructing a building and the steps taken to preserve the chapel's history.
Weasler Auditorium waits silently in this picture from 1999. The cream walls and burgundy accents create a warm environment for the 496-seat space, which boasts a 32-foot stage, two dressing rooms, a coat room, and box office.
This aerial view from the west shows the reconstruction site of the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel and the surrounding Marquette University campus. The chapel and gardens create a place of serenity surrounded by the modern buildings. To the left (north)...
Generation After (Milwaukee, Wis.); Jews -- Lithuania -- Education; Jews -- Lithuania -- Religious life; Jews -- Lithuania -- Social conditions -- 20th century; Jews -- Lithuania -- Social life and customs -- 20th century; Jews -- Wisconsin --...
Sidney Iwens discusses growing up in an affluent Jewish family in Jonava, Lithuania, during the late 1930s and early 1940s, including his experiences with Zionist organizations. Index follows transcript.
Generation After (Milwaukee, Wis.); Jews -- Czechoslovakia; Jews -- Ukraine -- Education; Jews -- Ukraine -- Religious life; Jews -- Ukraine -- Social conditions -- 20th century; Jews -- Ukraine -- Social life and customs -- 20th century; Hasidism...
Louis Koplin describes growing up in a Jewish family in Svalyava, Ukraine (formerly Czechoslovakia) during the late 1920s and 1930s, including the strong Zionist movement in his city. Index follows transcript.