David A. Straz, Jr. Hall, Marquette University; Gesu Church, Marquette University; Johnston Hall, Marquette University; Marquette Hall, Marquette University;
Marquette Hall and other buildings along Wisconsin Avenue, view focusing on the northwest corner of Marquette Hall. Other buildings visible along Wisconsin Avenue are (from left to right) Johnston Hall and Gesu Church; David A. Straz, Jr. Hall is...
View of Wisconsin Avenue streetscape, focusing on the northwest corner of Marquette Hall, 1930? Also visible in the photograph are (from left to right), Sensenbrenner Hall, Johnston Hall, and Gesu Church.
View looking northwest from just east of the intersection of North 15th Street and West Wisconsin Avenue, at the former site of the Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion, with McCormick Hall rising in the background, November 1980.
Indian Shaker Church; Indians of North America -- Northwest, Pacific -- Religion; Nativistic movements -- Northwest, Pacific; Tulalip women -- Washington (State);
Verso caption: "Shakerism" is an informal mixture of the Old Indian Practices, Catholicism, and Spiritual Science. Originated in Olympia (Wash.) about fifty years ago by a Slocum, a Catholic, who was claiming to have been dead three days and have...
Older Indians -- South Dakota; Oglala Indians -- Costume; Oglala women -- South Dakota; Buckskin -- South Dakota; Indian beadwork -- South Dakota; Indian featherwork -- South Dakota; War bonnets -- South Dakota;
Ben Black Elk and others deplaning while dressed in native buckskin and feather clothing Verso caption: "Ben Black Elk and 5 Indians on Northwest Airplane"
Indians of North America -- South Dakota; Jesuits -- South Dakota; Older Indians -- South Dakota; Priests -- South Dakota; Wounded Knee Massacre, S.D., 1890;
Wounded Knee massacre historical marker flanked by Oglala elders and Father Lawrence E. Edwards, S.J. Inscription on historical marker in image: ERECTED BY PINE RIDGE AGENCY DIVISION OF ROADS, PENALTY FOR DEFACING. OGLALA SIOUX. SITE OF THE...
Construction workers can be seen on what appears to be the third floor of the Alumni Memorial Union in August 1989. In the background facing northwest can be seen apartments, homes, and businesses that surround the Marquette campus.