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.
Detail view of the brick veneer cavity windows and exposed aggregates on the exterior of Memorial Library. The aggregates serve a decorative purpose as a design motif and the utilitarian purpose as sun shades in 1978.
Wounded Knee (S.D.) -- History -- Indian occupation, 1973; Vandalism; Ethnic conflict; Architecture -- Mutilation, defacement, etc; American Indian Movement;
Vandalized home exterior after occupation Verso caption: Mary's Home at Wounded Knee after the takeover by A.I.M. 2-27-73. Note by Archivist: Image captured after American Indian Movement occupation, which ended May 9.
This informational pamphlet, reprinted a number of times since initial publication in 1966, provides background on the Saint Joan of Arc Chapel during its moves from France to Long Island to Marquette University. Illustrations and pictures provide...
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.