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Abstract The materials in the Alice King Garrison scrapbook date between 1924 and 1929 and document her social and academic life at Northwestern University. Included are many newspaper clippings, photographs, dance cards, printed materials, and other memorabilia.
Abstract This series is comprised of Philosophy Department graduate admission records for the period 1982-1984. Individual files generally include one or more of the following: applications for admission and financial aid, letters of recommendation, grade transcripts, Graduate Record Examination reports, graduate admission office evaluation forms, and pertinent correspondence. Students' writing samples may be found occasionally in the files.
Abstract The English Department's records of undergraduate majors fill four boxes and span the years 1981-1989. Some or all of the following items are included in each file: transcripts, grade reports, graduation petitions, correspondence, and lists of unfulfilled major requirements.
Abstract This series comprises a set of individual photographs of senior and graduating members of the class of 1978. The photographs appeared in the 1978 edition of the Northwestern Syllabus (Volume 94). Included in this series are photographs of candidates both for bachelors degrees and Evening Division degrees. The photographs are wallet-size and are mounted in composite fashion on several oversized layout sheets. Each layout sheet is identified by a number corresponding to a page...
Abstract This series comprises a set of individual photographs of senior and graduating members of the class of 1976. The photographs appeared in the 1976 edition of the Northwestern Syllabus (Volume 92). Included in the series are photographs of candidates both for bachelors degrees and Evening Division degrees. The photographs are wallet-size, black and white portraits. They are mounted in composite fashion on several oversized cardboard layout sheets. Each layout sheet is...
Abstract This series consists of individual photographs of senior members of the class of 1981. The photographs appeared in the 1981 edition of the Northwestern Syllabus (Volume 97). The photographs are wallet-size, black and white portraits. They are mounted in composite fashion on several oversized cardboard layout sheets. Each layout sheet is identified with a number corresponding to a page number (224-285) of the Syllabus
Abstract These records, from the period 1965-1975, include academic records, student teaching records and evaluations, notes on advisor-student meetings, qualifying exams, proposals for theses, student lesson plans and bibliographies, and correspondence. Most of the students were working towards master's or doctoral degrees. Most of the material relates to students directed by Professor Barbara M. McIntyre, although some involves Professor Anne H. Thurman.
Abstract The microfiche records date between approximately 1905 and 1995 (indicating the graduating year of the student) and are arranged alphabetically by the surname of the student. Information on the microfiche includes application forms, correspondence, and grade records or transcripts. This information may duplicate Dental School student records held elsewhere in the Archives.
Abstract Karl Abt graduated from Northwestern University in 1948 with a B.S. in Business Administration (concentration in business management/personnel). While at Northwestern, Abt was active in the Northwestern University Band, playing clarinet and bass clarinet, the Christian Youth League, and was a member of the Sigma Nu fraternity. The Karl Abt Papers, filling four boxes, consists of materials from the courses Abt attended. Course syllabi, class notes, tests, and a few short reading assignments are...
Abstract Charles N. Zucker was awarded a Ph.D. in history from Northwestern University in August, 1972. The title of his doctoral dissertation was The Free Negro Question: Race Relations in Ante-Bellum Illinois, 1801-1860. Zucker's papers fill four boxes and date largely from the time of his studies at Northwestern. Included are extensive course, lecture, and reading notes, syllabi, bibliographies, examinations, and other curricular materials.
Abstract The Series is arranged in three subseries: E-10 Seminar Course Papers, files on Masters Degree Candidates who completed their degrees, and files on Ph.D. Candidates.
Abstract History Department records pertaining to graduate students not completing degrees comprise this series which dates from the period ca. 1948-1977. Typically found in the records, though not necessarily in each student's file, are correspondence, transcripts, letters of recommendation, grade reports, examinations, research and dissertation proposals, research papers, evaluations of graduate coursework, applications for admission to degree candidacy, and related documentation concerning graduate...
Abstract The Center for Nursing general administrative records fill eight and one-half bones and span the years 1975-1988. The series is divided into four categories; committee files; budget records; general files: and student files.These records document the everyday administration and workings of The Center for Nursing between 1975-1988.
Abstract The series consists letters from former Northwestern students answering an ad placed by Professor Harold Williamson of the N.U. History Project in the 1975 Spring issue of the Northwestern Alumni News, describing memories of favorite professors. The response to “Professors I'll Never Forget” was overwhelming, with people writing letters not only about one favorite professor but two, three, and sometimes four or five. Since the response to Professor Williamson's published...
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Abstract The Philosophy Department administrative records date from 1959-1984. Records included in the series are budget statements, course planning materials, Evening Division and Summer Session materials relating to the department, faculty and staff materials, grade reports, lists of students majoring in philosophy, departmental meeting minutes, departmental memoranda, general correspondence, and quarterly reports.
Abstract On May 3, 1968 more than 100 undergraduate and graduate students occupied the Bursar's Office, in the first major sit-in experienced at Northwestern University. After the students' April 22nd list of demands were not met, they declared their intention to keep the office occupied until these demands were met. This peaceful 38-hour occupation ended with University leaders negotiating with students, and committing to enhance services and support for Black students related to admissions,...
Abstract This series is comprised of the personnel files of University Library temporary employees spanning the period of 1987-1990.
- Women college students--Illinois--Evanston 7
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- Women college students--Illinois--Evanston--Social life and customs 3
- College students--Illinois--Evanston--Societies and clubs 2
- Dentists--Training of 2
- Student movements--Illinois--Evanston 2
- Acting--Study and teaching 1
- African American college students--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Civil rights demonstrations--Illinois--Evanston 1
- College students--Illinois--Evanston--Attitudes 1
- College students--Illinois--Evanston--Social conditions 1
- Dance cards 1
- Dance marathons--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Deans (Education) 1
- Evanston (Ill.)--Social life and customs 1
- Food trucks--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Graduate students--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Greek letter societies 1
- History--Study and teaching 1
- Intelligence officers 1
- Nursing students 1
- Oral interpretation--Study and teaching 1
- Part-time employment--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Protest movements--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Student activities--Illinois--Evanston 1
- Student strikes--Illinois--Evanston 1
- United States--Armed Forces--Recruiting, enlistment, etc. 1
- World War, 1914-1918 1
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