Brooks Memorial Union, Marquette University; Marquette Hall, Marquette University; Memorial Library, Marquette University; St. Joan of Arc Chapel, Marquette University;
South and east facades of Memorial Library and an overview of the Marquette campus. Students can be seen walking along the sidewalk between the library and St. Joan of Arc Chapel. Brooks Memorial Union, Marquette Hall, Gesu Church and the Milwaukee...
North and west facades of the Business Administration Building. Just visible on the north side of the building is a corner of one of the barracks buildings constructed on campus to accommodate the postwar influx of students.
Gentlemen linger around the main entrance to the Marquette College Building at Tenth and State Streets. The south and east facades are visible in this photo, as well as a small portion of the athletic stands to the west of the building.
The main entrance to the Marquette College Building at Tenth and State Streets is visible in this photograph showing the south and east facades. A small portion of the athletic stands to the west of the building are visible at left.
View of McCormick Hall from the southwest across the intersection of Wisconsin Avenue and 16th Street. The Standard Oil sign for the business that once occupied the southwest corner of the intersection is visible.
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.
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.
South and east facades, Saint Joan of Arc Chapel, as well as the surrounding garden, winter 1999. The site of the chapel was once a parking lot for the university and was transformed into a serene gardens with the chapel as its center.