View of an empty classroom within the John Plankinton Mansion, May 4, 1953. At the front of the room are an empty desk and table, as well as a variety of broadcast equipment. A window looks through to an attached broadcast room.
An empty classroom awaits students in the newly constructed Business Administration Building, circa 1951. The industrial Menomonee River Valley is visible through the windows on the south side of the room.
Gesu's Upper Church stands empty. The ribbed and vaulted ceiling of the nave is visible above the rose window at the north end of the building. The rose window at the north end of the church is set in a pointed Gothic arch; the circular window is...
The lounge in Walter Schroeder Hall stands empty and waiting for student activity, 1958. The lounge was decorated in relaxing blue-green tones with deep carpeting, comfortable chairs, and tile tables. Furniture could be easily moved for daily...
Football; College sports; Marquette University -- Football
Ray "Buzz" Buivid runs toward photographer, posing for a photograph on a football field. He is holding a football and is in midstep. Empty bleachers are visible in the background. The photograph is signed "Ray 'Buzz' Buivid."
College sports; Sports for women; Basketball for women;
Forward Abbie Willenborg pulls down the rebound against an unidentified opponent. Teammates Sarah Zawodny (#52) and Kristi Johnson (#13) are also on the basketball court. Empty bleachers are visible in the background.
Generation After (Milwaukee, Wis.); Jews -- Austria -- Education; Jews -- Austria -- Religious life; Jews -- Austria -- Social conditions -- 20th century; Jews -- Austria -- Social conditions -- 20th century; Jews -- Austria -- Social life and...
Julia Freund describes her youth growing up in Vienna, Austria, between ca. 1928-1938, when she moved to London, England. Index follows transcript.
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.