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    • V-76ers to V-Hawks name change proclamation, 1986

    • Athletics; Sports; V-Hawks; V-76ers
    • The name and logo of the Viterbo athletic teams was changed from the V-76ers to the Viterbo V-Hawks on May 9, 1986. Viterbo sports teams still go by the "V-Hawk" name to this day. The change was made official by this proclamation, issued by...
    • Watching the Protest

    • Ripon College; Students; Demonstrations; Vietnam War; Ripon, WI
    • An observer watches Ripon College students demonstrate during the nationwide Vietnam Moratorium in October 1969.
    • Sleepytime Gal 1967

    • Ripon College; Homecoming; Pajama Parade; Women; Sophomores; Freshmen; Football
    • Two freshmen prepare to carry the sophomore sleepytime gal in the Pajama Parade.
    • Homecoming Court, 1968

    • Homecomings; College sports; Athletics; Football; Students; Cellebrations; Chris Beltz; Kathy Kroll; Nancy Allen
    • Ripon College's 1968 Football Homecoming Court: Chris Beltz, Kathy Kroll, and Nancy Allen.
    • Old Main Hall dedication, 1888

    • Universities and colleges--History; Building dedications; Dedications; Buildings--Wisconsin--Franklin; Academic buildings; Assembly halls; Theological seminaries; College campuses; Lakeland campus; Old Main Hall; Student dormitories; Student...
    • The Dedication ceremony for Old Main Hall. Mr. H.A. Muelmeier officiated, in which he reminded his audience of the institution's roots in the missionary efforts of the church and he honored the memory of Dr. Bossard and Treasurer Kluge.
    • Lakeland campus prior to the building of Old Main Hall, ca. 1875

    • Universities and colleges--History; Theological seminaries; Rural land use; College campuses; Lakeland campus; Buildings--Wisconsin--Franklin; Academic buildings; Old Main Hall; Student housing; Student dormitories; Residence halls; Assembly halls
    • The southeastern corner of the campus prior to the building of Old Main Hall. In the distance to the right are the three original main campus buildings, and to the left is Bossard Hall, which was completed in 1879.
    • Donation of the former Immanuel church building, 1911

    • Universities and colleges--History; Gymnasiums; Relocation; Assembly halls; Buildings--Wisconsin--Franklin; Academic buildings; College campuses; Lakeland campus; Theological seminaries; Renovations; Churches; Chapels; Religious buildings; Worship...
    • The nearby Immanuel congregation built a new church at a different location and donated this building to Mission House in 1911. Soon after, it became the school's new gymnasium.
    • Lakeland commencement ceremony, ca. 1919

    • Universities and colleges--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Franklin; Academic buildings; College campuses; Lakeland campus; Commencements; Ceremonies; Graduations; Graduates; Assembly halls; Theological seminaries; Mission House
    • This Lakeland commencement ceremony took place sometime around 1919. The marching band had begun to lead the crowd over to the new dormitory, Jubilee Hall. Currently known as Walter A. Kreuger Hall or Wak, Jubilee Hall was finished a year...
    • Advertisement for Viterbo College, 1967

    • Advertising; Public relations; Promotions; Marketing
    • This advertisement for Viterbo College, part of Viterbo's initial attention to public relations and image advertising, appeared in the East Central edition of the July 7, 1967 issue of TIME magazine.
    • Mission House-Lakeland band, 1917-1918

    • College bands; Music; Theological seminaries; Musical groups; Students; Faculty
    • The 1917-1918 Mission House band, directed by Mr. H. Netzel, gave concerts throughout the area that year, including Johnsonville, Kiel, New Holstein, Elkhart Lake, Plymouth, and Howard's Grove. (Description from the 1917-1918 yearbook.)
    • First women to live in Lakeland's dormitory, 1931

    • Universities and colleges--History; Co-education; Students; Lay students; Female students; Admissions; Student housing; Student dormitories; Theological seminaries; Mission House dormitory; Residence halls; Student life
    • In the fall of 1931 Lakeland began housing women on campus--the first six were freshmen, and stayed in the Mission House dormitory. They included Leona Neuhas, Elsa Schmidt, Marie Freitag, Lotta Hegnauer, Irene Bauer, and Irene Krostag.
    • Students on "Potatoe day," ca. 1890-1900

    • Theological seminaries; Lakeland campus; Students; Festivals; Student activities; Celebrations
    • "Potatoe day" was an annual event held in the fall. The entire student body headed to school owned fields that surrounded campus to dig up potatos.
    • The first three buildings on the Lakeland campus, ca. 1875

    • North Hall; Assembly halls; Lakeland campus; Theological seminaries; Academic buildings; Student housing; Student dormitories
    • The first three buildings on the Lakeland campus. The center building came first in 1862. North Hall, the northernmost structure, was next, completed just prior to December 25, 1873. The south building was built last in 1876. (Description from "A...
    • Mission House-Lakeland homecoming court, 1949

    • Homecoming ceremonies; Ceremonies; Celebrations; Dances; Student activities; Students
    • The 1949 Homecoming court. The queen was Evelyn Rosin. The court consisted of Henry Heinbuch, Marilyn Huenink, Kenneth Pitcher, Colombina Echeverri, and George Degen.
    • The Lakeland Muskies basketball team practices, 1949

    • Basketball; Basketball teams; Sports teams; College sports; Athletics; Student activities; Students; Theological seminaries
    • The 1949 Mission House (Lakeland) Muskies basketball team practices. In the foreground are Carl Mohr (left) ,Carl Serr (right), and coach Marinus Kregel.
    • The weekly radio program, "Voice of the Campus," 1949

    • Student activities; Students; College radio broadcasts; Radio programs; Radio; Advertising; Public relations; Promotions; Marketing; WHBL; Drama; Plays; College theatre; College theater; Theatre; Theater
    • The radio program titled, "Voice of the Campus," was performed weekly by the Mission House-Lakeland theatre group, the "Campus Players." The program was made available through local radio station WHBL and described Mission House-Lakeland campus...
    • First lay woman graduate, 1943

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; Students; Female students; Lay students; Faculty; Graduates; School Sisters of Saint Francis
    • The first lay women graduate, Dolores Alferi, poses with faculty in the convent courtyard. The Alverno College of Music welcomed lay students as early as 1937 and conferred degrees upon Dolores Alferi and Bertha Kwoh in 1943. The first lay woman to...
    • First Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of Saint Francis, 1887

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Women's higher education; Academic buildings; College campuses; Alverno campus; Convents; Saint Joseph Convent; Motherhouses; Milwaukee Motherhouse of...
    • The first Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis, St. Joseph Convent, was erected in 1887. It was built to house St. Joseph Normal School, one of the three predecessor institutions that merged to form Alverno College. Until...
    • Instrumental technique class, ca. 1940-1949

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; Classes; Classrooms; Music; Music education; Schools of Music; Saint Joseph Convent Conservatory of Music;...
    • The Instrumental Techniques class, Me 115, was held in a classroom of the Music Wing at the Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis (St. Joseph Convent.) Classrooms in the convent were used for music lessons until the new Alverno...
    • Mother Alexia Hoell, first Alverno president, 1887-1907

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; College presidents; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Alverno's founders; Normal schools; Saint Joseph's Normal...
    • Mother Alexia (1838-1918) was one of two foundresses of the School Sisters of St. Francis. She acted in the capacity of Alverno President (then known as St. Joseph's Normal School), without officially carrying that title, from the school's founding...
    • Mother Alfons Schmidt, second Alverno president, 1907-1929

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; College presidents; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Alverno's founders; Normal schools; Saint Joseph's Normal...
    • Mother Alfons (1850-1929) was one of two foundresses of the School Sisters of St. Francis. She acted in the capacity of Alverno President (then known as St. Joseph's Normal School), without officially carrying that title, from 1907 through 1929.
    • Mother Stanislaus Hegner, third Alverno president, 1929-1942

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; College presidents; School Sisters of Saint Francis
    • Mother Stanislaus (1863-1944) was the third leader of the School Sisters of St. Francis and third president of Alverno College from 1929 through 1942.
    • Milwaukee Motherhouse after fire, 1890

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Women's higher education; Academic buildings; College campuses; Alverno campus; Convents; Saint Joseph Convent; School Sisters of Saint Francis;...
    • The first Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis, St. Joseph Convent, was erected in 1887. Unfortunately, it was destroyed by fire on March 31, 1890 (Holy Monday). Until 1953, Alverno's campus was at the Motherhouse.
    • The Music Wing of the Milwaukee Motherhouse (Saint Joseph Convent), ca. 1940-1949

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Music; Music education; Schools of music; Saint Joseph Convent Conversatory of Music; Alverno College of...
    • The Music Wing at the Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis (St. Joseph Convent) was used for music lessons until the new Alverno College campus was opened in 1953.
    • St. Rose Normal Institute diploma, 1909

    • St. Rose Normal Institute; Motherhouse of the Franciscan Sisters; St. Rose Convent; Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration; Diplomas; Graduations
    • This diploma was issued to Sister M. Eustace upon her graduation from St. Rose Normal Institute on July 25, 1909. The Institute was held at the Motherhouse of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration in La Crosse, Wisconsin. The building is...
    • Sacred Heart nursing diary, cover

    • Universities and Colleges--History; Women's Colleges--History; Women's higher education; Faculty; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Sacred Heart School of Nursing; Schools of nursing
    • The cover of the Sacred Heart School of Nursing diary kept by Sister M. Christopher McGuire from September 22, 1930 through September 1, 1937.
    • Sacred Heart nursing diary, page 1

    • Universities and Colleges--History; Women's Colleges--History; Women's higher education; Faculty; Students; Female students; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Sacred Heart School of Nursing; Schools of nursing
    • The first page of the Sacred Heart School of Nursing diary kept by Sister M. Christopher McGuire from September 22, 1930 through September 1, 1937. This page displays the names of the first twenty students enrolled in the school.
    • Second Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of Saint Francis

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Women's higher education; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Convents; Saint Joseph Convent; College campuses; Alverno campus; Academic buildings;...
    • The first Milwaukee Motherhouse of the School Sisters of St. Francis, St. Joseph Convent, was erected in 1887. It was destroyed by fire on March 31, 1890 (Holy Monday). The second, rebuilt motherhouse, was dedicated on Saturday, May 2, 1891. Until...
    • Sacred Heart School of Nursing, on the grounds of Saint Joseph Convent

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Women's higher education; Schools of nursing; Sacred Heart School of Nursing; Sanitariums; Sacred Heart Sanitarium; Convents; Saint Joseph Convent;...
    • Sacred Heart School of Nursing was started in 1930, with Sister M. Christopher McGuire as the founding director. The school was housed in the Sacred Heart Sanitarium building on the grounds of St. Joseph Convent from its beginnings in 1930 until...
    • Sister Cherubim Schafer, founding director of Saint Joseph Convent Conservatory of Music, 1954

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; Faculty; Music; Music education; Schools of music; Saint Joseph Convent Conservatory of Music; Alverno College...
    • Sister Cherubim Schafer (1886-1977), pictured here in 1954, started St. Joseph's Convent Conservatory of Music on August 11, 1924. By 1951, under the name Alverno College of Music, it merged with two other School Sister institutions, Alverno...
    • Sister M. Christopher McGuire, founding director of Sacred Heart School of Nursing

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; Faculty; Sacred Heart School of Nursing; Schools of nursing; School Sisters of Saint Francis; Nursing; Nursing...
    • Sister Christopher McGuire ( -1940) started Sacred Heart School of Nursing on September 22, 1930. By 1951, it merged with two other School Sister institutions, Alverno Teacher's College and Alverno College of Music, to form what is now Alverno...
    • Sister M. Mira Studer, author of "Foundations of the School Sisters of Saint Francis,"...

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Women's higher education; Faculty; School Sisters of Saint Francis; History; History education; Science; Science education; Biology;...
    • Sister M. Mira Studer (1889-1970), shown here on the cover of the Winter 1963 issue of the "Light on the School Sisters of St. Francis" magazine, taught history at the convent from 1919 though 1936 and taught biology at Alverno from 1936 through...
    • Campbellsport Motherhouse of the School Sisters of Saint Francis, 1874

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; Women's higher education; Motherhouses; Campbellsport Mothershouse of the School Sisters of Saint Francis; Academic buildings; College campuses; Alverno...
    • This print appeared in the "Illustrated Historical Atlas of Fond du Lac County, Wisconsin," 1874. Depicted is the Congregation of the School Sisters of St. Francis, which was founded on April 28, 1874, in the mid-Wisconsin town of New Cassel, later...
    • "Foundations of the School Sisters of St. Francis" dissertation, page 1, ca. 1930-1950

    • Universities and Colleges--History; Women's Colleges--History; Monastic and Religious Life of Women--History; Women's higher education; Students; Female students; Faculty; School Sisters of Saint Francis
    • This dissertation, written by Sr. M. Mira Studer, is a descriptive account of the early history of the School Sisters of St. Francis (SSSF) and details the founding of the first SSSF Motherhouse at Schwarzach, Germany, as well as the movement of...
    • St. Rose High School diploma, 1910

    • St. Rose High School; St. Rose Convent; Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration; Diplomas; Graduations; Motherhouse of the Franciscan Sisters
    • This diploma was issued to Sister M. Eustace upon her graduation from St. Rose High School on August 2, 1910. It indicates the classes she took and the credits she earned.
    • "Foundations of the School Sisters of St. Frances," dissertation cover, ca. 1930-1950

    • Universities and Colleges--History; Women's Colleges--History; Monastic and Religious Life of Women--History; Women's higher education; Students; Female students; Faculty; School Sisters of Saint Francis
    • This dissertation, written by Sr. M. Mira Studer, is a descriptive account of the early history of the School Sisters of St. Francis (SSSF) and details the founding of the first SSSF Motherhouse at Schwarzach, Germany, as well as the movement of...
    • Lakeland newspaper staff, 1950

    • Universities and colleges--History; Students; Co-education; Male students; Female students; Lay students; Student life; Student activities; Extra-curricular activities; College student newspapers and periodicals; Theological seminaries
    • The 1950 staff of the "Mirror," the Mission House/Lakeland College newpspaper.
    • Lakeland's Christian Fellowship Association, 1950

    • Universities and colleges--History; Theological seminaries; Student life; Student activities; Extra-curricular activities; Students; Co-education; Male students; Female students; Lay students; Religious groups; Social groups
    • A fairly new organization in 1950, the Christian Fellowship Association met for an assortment of social activities. It also held meetings with the youth organization at the local Emmanuel Church. Harold Hoeft was president during the first...
    • Lakeland's Zeta Chi Fraternity, 1950

    • Universities and colleges--History; Student activities; Extra-curricular activities; Fraternities; Social groups; Students; Lay students; Male students
    • The 1950 Zeta Chi fraternity assembled at the Lakeland/Mission House. Zeta Chi was founded in 1933. The Zeta Chi motto is, "I seek to serve." The two presidents during the 1950-1951 school year were Kenneth Worthman and Robert Spatt.
    • Lakeland's golf team, 1950

    • Universities and colleges--History; Theological seminaries; College sports; Athletics; Students; Male students; Lay students; Student activities; Extra-curricular activities; Sports teams; Golf; Golf teams
    • The 1950 golf team, from left to right, includes Bob Rausch, Gil Goodrich, Stan Suerer, and Jack Leverenz.

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