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Abstract This album contains photographic and half-tone portraits of Northwestern University School of Law and Union College of Law faculty and staff. Created around 1926, the volume includes portraits of faculty from the period 1859-1926 and of staff from the period 1908-1926.
Abstract As Northwestern University approached its centennial year of 1951 plans began for both a celebration and a fund-raising campaign. Work was initiated in September 1949, when University President J. Roscoe Miller appointed A. C. Van Dusen (Associate Professor of Psychology and Director of the Summer Sessions) as Assistant to the President for the Centennial Celebration. The University formally announced the Centennial Campaign at the end of October 1949. The Records are arranged in eight...
Abstract This series is comprised of the personnel files of University Library temporary employees spanning the period of 1987-1990.
Abstract This series consists of only ten of the twenty-three final unit reports and one summary report prepared by Cresap, McCormick and Paget Inc. The reports span the period 1976-1977 and fill one and a half boxes. The reports are divided into two categories: academic units and administrative units, and are arranged chronologically by date of the report within each category. The final campus summary report follows the unit reports.Each unit report typically contains five chapters: 1....
Overview The Eleanor F. Lewis Papers document Lewis's life and career at Northwestern University Library, spanning the years 1900-1977; the bulk of the materials relate to her retirement in 1948. Materials include: biographical materials; correspondence; articles; bibliographies; and a speech.