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Northwestern University (Evanston, Ill.)--Alumni and alumnae

 Organization

Found in 25 Collections and/or Records:

Records of the Northwestern University School of Law Alumni War Deficit Fund

 Collection
Identifier: 17/27
Abstract Due to the induction of students into the armed forces during World War I, the Northwestern University School of Law projected a drop in student enrollment and a concomitant loss of significant tuition revenue. To offset this loss, the School of Law formed a committee to solicit alumni donations to make up an anticipated 1917-1918 revenue shortfall of $10,000. The Committee of Alumni to Co-operate with the Faculty and the Trustees of the University in Advancing the Interests of the Law School,...

Records of the School of Law Alumni Association

 Collection
Identifier: 17/19
Abstract The records of the School of Law Alumni Association contain both records of the Law Alumni Association and records of the Law Alumni Fund.

Edith A. Sternfeld (1898-1990) Scrapbook

 Collection
Identifier: 31/6/55
Abstract The materials in the Edith Sternfeld scrapbook date between 1917 and 1921 and document Sternfeld's social and academic life at Northwestern University.

Lloyd Thaxton Papers

 Collection
Identifier: 31/6/123
Abstract Lloyd Eugene Thaxton (1927-2008) was a popular television host and producer with a career spanning nearly fifty years.  His musical variety show, titled The Lloyd Thaxton Show, ran from 1961-1968, and featured many popular musical acts of the era.  Thaxton was also executive producer of Fight Back! With David Horowitz, a consumer advocacy show that ran 1976-1992.  The collection includes biographical materials, photographs,...

Young Alumni Council General Files

 Collection
Identifier: 32/1
Abstract This series comprising the files of the Young Alumni Council, an organization supported by the Department of Alumni Relations, includes the records of the Council's executive committee and various other committees between 1971 and 1975. The bulk of the records span the years 1973 to 1975.