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    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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...
    • 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...
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • "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...
    • "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.
    • Students using the Lakeland library, 1950

    • Universities and colleges--History; Academic libraries; Students; Co-education; Male students; Female students; Lay students; Reading rooms; Theological seminaries; Study environments; Student life
    • Two students use what is currently the second floor of the library (it was the first level in 1950). In the lower right-hand corner the circulation desk is visible.
    • First graduation held at Holy Family College, 1959

    • Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity; Holy Family College; Silver Lake College of the Holy Family; Graduations; Graduates; Bishops; Bishop Stanislaus v. Bona; Reverends; Reverend D. F. Hurley; Religion; Worship; Worship centers; Catholic...
    • Sister M. Marta Simmons receives her Bachelor of Arts degree in English from Bishop Stanislaus V. Bona of the Green Bay Diocese at a baccalaureate ceremony following the cornerstone laying. Handing the diplomas to the Bishop is Reverend D. F....
    • Dining hall

    • Cafeterias Wisconsin Milwaukee; Students Wisconsin Milwaukee; Concordia College; Universities and Colleges-History; Lutheran universities and colleges-History;
    • Students eating in the campus dining hall, located in the Refectory Building, which was completed in 1926.
    • Studying in Wunder Dormitory

    • Dormitories Wisconsin Milwaukee; Student housing Wisconsin Milwaukee; Students Wisconsin Milwaukee; Concordia College; Universities and Colleges-History; Lutheran universities and colleges-History; Buildings Wisconsin Milwaukee;
    • Students in a Wunder Dormitory living room, ca. 1950.
    • Reading in Rincker Library

    • Universities and colleges--History; Lutheran universities and colleges--History; Academic buildings; Academic libraries; Buildings--Wisconsin--Milwaukee; College campuses; Concordia campus; Students; Male students
    • Students reading in Rincker Library, with windows in background.
    • Creative writing workshop, 1967

    • Universities and colleges--History; Women's colleges--History; Monastic and religious life of women--History; Franciscan Sisters of Christian Charity; Holy Family College; Silver Lake College of the Holy Family; Ruth Mary Fox; Faculty; Students;...
    • Mrs. Ruth Mary Fox, professor emeritus of the University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, is conducting a creative writing workshop at Holy Family College, Manitowoc. She was professor in residence at Edgewood College, Madison
    • Admission of Men to Viterbo, 1971

    • Co-education; Students; Admissions; Male students; Student life
    • Viterbo's willingness to adapt and change with the times resulted in tremendous growth and development. Viterbo admitted its first laywomen in 1943. Then, in 1971, Viterbo officially became a co-educational institution and began to recruit male...
    • Students of Saint Regina Academy, 1892

    • Universities and colleges--History; Saint Regina Academy; Edgewood Villa; Students; Student life; Children; College campuses; Edgewood campus; Buildings--Wisconsin--Madison; Academic buildings; Student housing; Student dormitories; Dominican...
    • Students of St. Regina Academy on the Edgewood Villa steps, in 1892, the year before the fire. The youngest students, in white pinafores, are "minims." This picture is said to include at least two of the children who perished in the 1893 fire.
    • Edgewood Villa, ca. 1891

    • Universities and colleges--History; Saint Regina Academy; Edgewood Villa; Students; Student life; Children; College campuses; Edgewood campus; Buildings--Wisconsin--Madison; Academic buildings; Student housing; Student dormitories; Dominican...
    • The Edgewood Villa front porch, with some St. Regina Academy students on the drive, circa 1891.
    • Ripon College Bookstore, ca.1942

    • Ripon College; Students; Bookstore; World War II
    • Students patronize the Ripon College bookstore. The book, ""What About Germany?"" is displayed in front of the cash register, indicating some of the concerns of the time period.
    • Ver Adest cast photo, 1946

    • Ripon College; Students; Ver Adest; Theatre
    • The cast of Ver Adest, an annual musical tradition at Ripon from 1946-1957, is shown in its inaugural year. The students performed, ""Hi there, Mister!"" in the spring of 1946.
    • Student actor from Ripon Historical Pageant, 1910

    • Students; Theatre; Theater; Pageants; Celebrations; Historical reenactments; Ingram Hall; Jean Nicolet
    • A student actor dressed as Jean Nicolet poses in front of Ingram Hall. The 1910 Ripon Historical Pageant featured reenactments of major events in Wisconsin and United States history.
    • Ripon baseball team, ca. 1890

    • Students; College sports; Athletics; Sports teams; Baseball; Baseball teams; Samuel Pedrick
    • The Ripon College baseball team, probably sometime during the 1890s, with alumnus Sam Pedrick pictured in the center.

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