Walter Schroeder Health Sciences and Education Complex, Marquette University;
15th Street pedestrian mall, as seen from Memorial Library. The east façade and main entrance to the Schroeder Complex are visible at center; Saint Joan of Arc Chapel and the Wehr Physics building are visible in the foreground.
Olin Engineering Center, Marquette University; Haggerty Hall, Marquette University;
A crane lifts materials to the roof of the Olin Engineering Center, July 5, 1977. The exterior of the building is nearly complete in this view of the east and north facades from across Wisconsin Avenue.
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.
An unidentified gentleman carries the Book of the Gospel as part of the entrance processional of a Mass in Gesu's Upper Church. The congregation stands and fills the church. Visible in the background are some of Gesu's stained glass windows...
Architect's rendering of the south and east facades of Memorial Library after an addition as viewed across 14th Street. Willy Klopfenstein's dove sculpture can be seen in the upper right portion of the south facade.
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Senator McCarthy describes the discovery, in February 1951, of a cache of documents stored in a barn outside of Lee, Massachusetts. The documents originated with the Institute of Pacific Relations (IPR), an international organization dedicated to...
A man can be seen perusing a book at the Burchill Warrior Shoppe in the Alumni Memorial Union, 1991. The store was located on the east side of the first level of the union and handled non-textbook items and books.
The David A. Straz family poses during ceremonies dedicating a residence hall at Marquette in his honor, August 14, 2002. Marquette University President Rev. Robert A. Wild, S.J., claps in the background.
This stone sculpture of a dove, symbolic of the Holy Spirit, was originally created in 1953 by the Swiss artist, Willy Klopfenstein. Upon completion of the Memorial Library addition in 1971, the relief was removed from its location above the...
Governor Thompson delivering remarks at groundbreaking for the East Bridge Corridor (Seymour Cray Senior Boulevard); Riverside Industrial Park; City of Chippewa Falls; Chippewa County; Wisconsin; May 11, 1999.
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Governor Thompson participating in groundbreaking ceremony for East Bridge Corridor/Seymour Cray Senior Boulevard at Riverside Industrial Park; City of Chippewa Falls; Chippewa County; Wisconsin; May 11, 1999.