William Wehr Physics Building, Marquette University; Wehr Life Sciences Building, Marquette University; Todd Wehr Chemistry Building, Marquette University;
Brochure printed for the formal dedication of the Wehr Science Center, which includes the Chemistry, Physics, and Life Sciences buildings, all funded by Frederic C. (Todd) Wehr and the Wehr Foundation.
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.
Sensenbrenner Hall, Marquette University; Legal Research Center, Marquette University
Glass entry and structure connecting Sensenbrenner Hall and the Legal Research Center, October 1997. The southern facade of Sensenbrenner Hall shows the large stained glass window, and the eastern facade of the Legal Research Center is visible.
Blum, Virgil C; Foreign study -- Ireland; Marquette University; University College, Dublin;
Typewritten letter from Rev. Virgil C. Blum, S.J., chairman of Marquette University's Junior Year Abroad program, to Marquette University Junior, Mary Jeanne Bowen, studying at University College, Dublin, Ireland. Blum acknowledges Bowen's letter...
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.
Pamphlet produced for the Memorial Library dedication on December 2, 1953. Inside are floor plans with a description of what materials can be found on each floor of the library. The pamphlet contains a short history of the different libraries at...
This pamphlet was sent to Marquette University alumni as part of a fundraising campaign for the Brooks Memorial Union. The piece reminds the public of Father Brooks' vision for and service to Marquette University. Inside is a letter dated May...
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.