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A-4.5 10 00000 Admissions; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00003 Abbot Crest Hotel (1226 West Wisconsin Ave. acquired 1975; razed 1976)
A-4.5 10 00004 Abbotsford Apartments/Abbotsford Hall (722 North 13th St. acquired 1970, conversion from Abbotsford Apartments to Abbotsford Hall, an undergraduate residence, began in Summer 2005)
A-4.5 10 00004a Academic Senate
A-4.5 10 00004b Accreditation-North Central Association
A-4.5 10 00004c Administration
A-4.5 10 00004d Academic Freedom
A-4.5 10 00004e Academic Affairs, Office of
A-4.5 10 00004f Active Minds
A-4.5 10 00005 Advance Development Campaign, Celebration, May, 1975
A-4.5 10 00006 Advance Developing Campaign, 1967-1974
A-4.5 10 00007 Adverse Public Relations
A-4.5 10 00008 Affirmative Action Program
A-4.5 10 00010 Alcohol Policy, Alcohol Consumption

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A-4.5 10 00011 Allen-Bradley Medical Science Laboratory (Milwaukee County Institution Grounds, opened 1961; cooperative effort of MU School of Medicine, Milwaukee County Institutions, Wood Veterans Administration Hospital)
A-4.5 10 00012 Allis-Chalmers Chair of International Affairs
A-4.5 10 00015 (St.) Aloysius Academy (2nd and Sycamore Streets-now Michigan St., west side of St. Gall's, 1857-1859; Jesuits withdrawn in 1859 because the students who had enrolled were not ready for college-level work; became parish school of St. Gall's)
A-4.5 10 00020 Alpha Sigma Nu (National Jesuit Honor Society)
A-4.5 10 00025 Alumni Association and Association of Marquette University Women (AMUW); 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00026 Alumnae House (1135 W. Kilbourn Ave., purchased by AMUW in 1938 as the first university residence for women)
A-4.5 10 00027 Alumni, General A-L; General M-Z; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00028 Alumni - Famous Alumni
A-4.5 10 00030 Alumni Activities; 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00032 Alumni Activities - Silver Jubilee Celebration, pre-1990
A-4.5 10 00032a Alumni Activities - Silver Jubilee Celebration, 1991-1995

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Series File Folder Title
A-4.5 10 00033 Alumni Activities - Golden Jubilee Celebration, pre-1990
A-4.5 10 00033a Alumni Activities - Golden Jubilee Celebration, 1991-1995
A-4.5 10 00033b Alumni Reunion Weekend, 1995- (includes Ethnic Alumni Association Reunion, 2005-)
A-4.5 10 00035 Alumni Awards; 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00035a Alumni Awards - Business Administration; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00035b Alumni Awards - Engineering
A-4.5 10 00035c Alumni Awards - Dentistry
A-4.5 10 00035d Alumni Awards - Law
A-4.5 10 00035e Alumni Awards-Journalism
A-4.5 10 00035f Alumni Awards - Bielefeld Award
A-4.5 10 00035g Alumni Awards - Nursing
A-4.5 10 00035z Alumni Clubs
A-4.5 10 00036 Alumni Hall (dormitory which was never built)
A-4.5 10 00037 Alumni Memorial Union (3 folders)
A-4.5 10 00039 Athletics, pre-1910
A-4.5 10 00042 American College Public Relations Association, 1947
A-4.5 10 00043 Annual Reports, 1953-1978
A-4.5 10 00044 Anthropology
A-4.5 10 00045 Apollo Module (model of which was displayed in Brooks Memorial Union in conjunction with Pere Marquette Discovery Award recipients; Astronauts Aldrin, Armstrong, and Collins, Apollo 11, 1969)
A-4.5 10 00047 Apostolic Delegate Visit (Archbishop Todot, February 12-13, 1979)
A-4.5 10 00050 Aquinas Lecture

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Series File Folder Title
A-4.5 10 00053 Archdiocesan Clergy Dinner
A-4.5 10 00055 Archives
A-4.5 10 00060 Arena (Milwaukee)
A-4.5 10 00062 Argonne University Association
A-4.5 10 00065 Army ROTC; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00070 Art Collection at MU; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00075 Art Exhibits, Students'
A-4.5 10 00077 Art Museum (Beatrice and Patrick Haggerty Museum of Art, opened 1984);
3 folders
A-4.5 10 00078 Arts and Sciences, College of (formerly the College of Liberal Arts)
A-4.5 10 00085 Associated Midwest Universities
A-4.5 10 00090 Associated Students of Marquette University (ASMU) and its predecessor the Student Senate); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00093 Associates in Commercial Real Estate (ACRE)
A-4.5 10 00094 Athletic Board
A-4.5 10 00095 Athletics, General and Personnel
A-4.5 10 00097 Augustine Collection
A-4.5 10 00100 Avalanche Ski Club

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A-4.5 10 00101 Avenue Commons; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00101a Avenues West
A-4.5 10 00102 Aviation Club
A-4.5 10 00103 Awards - Students and Miscellaneous
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A-4.5 10 00104 Ballet
A-4.5 10 00104a Ballroom Dance Association
A-4.5 10 00105 Band/Orchestra; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00106 Barracks (606 N. 13th St. Built in the winter of 1945 and spring of 1946 as temporary classrooms for the huge influx of returning veterans; these structures were razed in 1960; two wooden halls were given to MU by War Assets Administration which were placed south of the Dental School; other makeshift quarters were located behind the Union building.)
A-4.5 10 00107 Baseball
A-4.5 10 - Basketball, (Men's)
A-4.5 10 00110a
1916-1950
A-4.5 10 00110b
1951-1959; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00110c
1960-1966; 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00110d
1967-1974; 3 folders   (1971 NIT Championship, SEE 00111)
A-4.5 10 00110e
1974-1977; 1 folder  (SEE ALSO: 00112; D-6 Series 2.1)
A-4.5 10 00110f
1978-1983 (Raymonds)
A-4.5 10 00110g
1984-1986 (Majerus); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00110h
1987-1989 (Dukiet)
A-4.5 10 00110i
1990-1994 (O'Neil)
A-4.5 10 00110j
1995-1999 (Deane)
A-4.5 10 00110k
1999-2008 (Crean)
A-4.5 10 00110l
2008- (Williams)
A-4.5 10 00110k-1
2003 NCAA Tournament
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Coach/Bench
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Contact Sheets; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Fans
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Miscellaneous
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Negatives
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Propaganda
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Press Releases
A-4.5 10 00110 Basketball, (Men's), Publicity

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Series File Folder Title
A-4.5 10 00111 Basketball, (Men's), NIT Championship, 1971
A-4.5 10 00112 Basketball, (Men's), NCAA Championship, 1977
A-4.5 10 00113 Basketball, (Men's), Intramurals
A-4.5 10 00114 Beijing Institute
A-4.5 10 00115 Bellarmine Hall (1210 W. Michigan St. Land purchased by MU in 1910; engineering students erected building in 1911; turned over to NROTC in 1940; housed bookstore until 1968; MU Players' Theater Teatro Maria, and Graduate School offices, 1969-1973; turned over to MU Jesuit Association in 1973, now Gesu Parish Center)
A-4.5 10 00120 Biafra
A-4.5 10 00121 Big East (Athletic Conference; Marquette left Conference USA to join in 2005)
A-4.5 10 00122 Biltmore Apartments (1343 W. Wisconsin Ave., acquired in 1986)
A-4.5 10 00123 Bike Corral
A-4.5 10 00124 Biological Sciences, Department of
A-4.5 10 00125 Biology Classrooms/Departments; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00126 Biomedical Engineering
A-4.5 10 00127 Biomedical Sciences, Department of
A-4.5 10 00128 Bishops' Economy Symposium
A-4.5 10 00129 Black Fine Arts
A-4.5 10 00129a Black History Month
A-4.5 10 00130 Black Students/Third World Union
A-4.5 10 00130a Bleuteaux (Mascot; SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)

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A-4.5 10 00131 Block Party
A-4.5 10 00132 Blue and Gold Fund
A-4.5 10 00133 Blum Center
A-4.5 10 00135 B'nai B'rith
A-4.5 10 00140 Board of Governors (established in 1927)
A-4.5 10 00142 Bonifas Hall (612 North 15th St., named after Mr. and Mrs. William Bonifas of Escanaba, Michigan; acquired in 1953; women's dormitory 1955-1972; razed 1972)
A-4.5 10 00145 Bookstore
A-4.5 10 00146 Bradley Center
A-4.5 10 00146a Bradley Institute
A-4.5 10 00147 Braille Computer Center
A-4.5 10 00150 Brooks Hall (605 N. 13th St., formerly "Bachelor's Hotel;" purchased in 1940; converted to dormitory; became Noonan Hall [See File #00990] in 1953; razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 00155a Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, Clippings
A-4.5 10 00155b Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, Construction and Dedication; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00155c Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, Exterior
A-4.5 10 00155d Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, Interior, With People
A-4.5 10 00155e Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, Interior, Without People
A-4.5 10 00156 Budget Crises
A-4.5 10 00157 Budget Office
A-4.5 10 00159 Buildings and Grounds
A-4.5 10 00165 Buildings (miscellaneous)
A-4.5 10 00170 Buildings, overcrowding, ca. 1947-1948

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A-4.5 10 00171 Buildings, Scrapbooks, 1967
A-4.5 10 00172 Burleigh Ethics Lecture
A-4.5 10 00173 Business Administration, General
A-4.5 10 00174 Business Administration, Alumni
A-4.5 10 00175 Business Administration, Building (1951. Addition completed and building renamed David J. Straz, Jr. Hall, December 2, 1984); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00180 Business Administration, Faculty
A-4.5 10 00185 Business Administration, Students; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00190 Business and Finance
A-4.5 10 00193 BVM Sisters
A-4.5 10 00195 By-Line Awards; 2 folders

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A-4.5 10 00200 Calvary Cemetery, Jesuit Plot
A-4.5 10 00201 Campion Hall (3131 W. Highland Ave. Women's dormitory; purchased September, 1953; sold 1964)
A-4.5 10 00201a Campus Aerial Views, 1996-2002
A-4.5 10 00201b Campus Aerial Views, 1991-1995
A-4.5 10 00201c Campus Aerial Views, 1986-1990
A-4.5 10 00201d Campus Aerial View, 1981-1985
A-4.5 10 00201e Campus Aerial View, 1976-1980
A-4.5 10 00206 Campus Aerial View, 1970-1975
A-4.5 10 00207 Campus Aerial View, 1965-1969
A-4.5 10 00208 Campus Aerial View, 1960-1964

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A-4.5 10 00209 Campus Aerial View, 1945-1960
A-4.5 10 00210 Campus Aerial View, n.d.
A-4.5 10 00243 Campus Bars, Night Life, and Hangouts
A-4.5 10 00245 Campus Buildings, ca. 1910
A-4.5 10 00250 Campus Buildings, ca. 1925
A-4.5 10 00252 Campus Carnival
A-4.5 10 00253 Campus Circle
A-4.5 10 00255 Campus Development, 1949-1964
A-4.5 10 00255 Campus Development, 1964-1977; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00255 Campus Development, 1977-
A-4.5 10 00260 Campus, Lower
A-4.5 10 00264 Campus Mail
A-4.5 10 00264a Campus Maps
A-4.5 10 00265 Campus Ministry

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A-4.5 10 00275 Campus, Proposed
A-4.5 10 00276 Campus Tours
A-4.5 10 00277 Campus Town
A-4.5 10 00280 Campus, Upper
A-4.5 10 00281 Campus, Winter Scenes
A-4.5 10 00281a Canisius Hall (604 N. 13th St. Acquired in 1930; housed Science and Engineering Libraries until opening of Memorial Library)
A-4.5 10 00282 Capsule College (AMUW)
A-4.5 10 00285 Cardijn Co-Op Book Center (1208 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
A-4.5 10 00287 Career Services Center
A-4.5 10 00290 Carey Memorial Library Addition (550 N. 14th St. Named after Eben J. and Helen Carey, addition to Medical School, 1954)
A-4.5 10 00295 Carillon, Construction and Dedication (Marquette Hall tower, gift of Mrs. John C. Dwan, Board of Regents, October, 1967); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00295a "Carbeen" Mall (Located between Carpenter Tower and Cobeen Hall, opened in 2007; also called "The Wiggle")
A-4.5 10 00296 Carmel Hall (610 N. 17th St.)
A-4.5 10 00297 Carmelites
A-4.5 10 00298 Carnival
A-4.5 10 00300 Carpenter Hall (617 N. 13th St. Named after Matthew H. Carpenter [Board of Governors and benefactor of MU]. Built in 1923; converted to classrooms in 1953; first co-education residence hall at Marquette, September 1972; remodeled in 1982 to house offices and student organizations; razed in August 1992.)

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A-4.5 10 00305 (M.) Carpenter Tower (716 N. 11th St. Named after Matthew H., Michael, Mary Carpenter of Milwaukee's C. Baking Co.; formerly Catholic Knight Hotel; rented by Marquette since 1956; acquired in 1960)
A-4.5 10 00306 Catholic Education Association, official program from annual meeting, 1907
A-4.5 10 00306a Catholic Houses, St. Claude de la Columbiere and St. Margaret Mary
A-4.5 10 00307 Catholic Information Center
A-4.5 10 00308 Centennial Mass, 1981
A-4.5 10 00309 Centennial Celebration, 1981
A-4.5 10 00308a Center for Electronic Learning
A-4.5 10 00308b Center for Peacemaking
A-4.5 10 00308b-1 Center for Real Estate
A-4.5 10 00308c Center for Teaching and Learning
A-4.5 10 00310 Cheerleaders; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00313 Chemistry Building, Todd Wehr (553 N. 14th St. Named after C. Frederic (Todd) Wehr; 1967); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00315 Chemistry Department
A-4.5 10 00316 Chief White Buck (Patrick Buckett) (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 00318 Chorus/Choirs - Gospel Choir
A-4.5 10 00320 Chorus/Choirs; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00320a Circus Parade
A-4.5 10 00321 City of Festivals Parade, 1984-
A-4.5 10 00322 Civil War
A-4.5 10 00325 Classroom Pictures
A-4.5 10 00330 Clergy Dinner
A-4.5 10 00331 Clinical Laboratory Science, Department of
A-4.5 10 00332 Clinical Training Center

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A-4.5 10 00335 Cobeen Hall (729 N. 11th St. Women's residence hall named after Charles Cobeen ('20); former LaSalle Hotel; acquired by MU in 1963)
A-4.5 10 00340 College Bowl TV Program
A-4.5 10 00340v Commencement, 1989-1992; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00340z Commencement, 1988; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00341 Commencement, 1987
A-4.5 10 00341bb Commencement, Midyear, 1993
A-4.5 10 00341c Commencement, 1994
A-4.5 10 00341d Commencement, 1995
A-4.5 10 00341e Commencement, 1996
A-4.5 10 00341f Commencement, 1997
A-4.5 10 00341g Commencement, 1998
A-4.5 10 00341h Commencement, 1999
A-4.5 10 00341i Commencement, 2000
A-4.5 10 00341j Commencement, 2001
A-4.5 10 00341k Commencement, 2002
A-4.5 10 00341l Commencement, 2003
A-4.5 10 00341m Commencement, 2004
A-4.5 10 00341n Commencement, 2005
A-4.5 10 00341o Commencement, 2006
A-4.5 10 00341p Commencement, 2007
A-4.5 10 00341q Commencement, 2008
A-4.5 10 00341r Commencement, 2009
A-4.5 10 00341s Commencement, Midyear, 2013
A-4.5 10 00342 Commencement, 1986
A-4.5 10 00343 Commencement, 1985
A-4.5 10 00344 Commencement, 1984
A-4.5 10 00344a Commencement, 1983
A-4.5 10 00344b Commencement, 1982
A-4.5 10 00344c Commencement, 1981
A-4.5 10 00344d Commencement, 1981
A-4.5 10 00345 Commencement, 1979

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A-4.5 10 00350 Commencement, 1978
A-4.5 10 00355 Commencement, 1977
A-4.5 10 00360 Commencement, 1976
A-4.5 10 00363 Commencement, 1975
A-4.5 10 00365 Commencement, 1974
A-4.5 10 00370 Commencement, 1973
A-4.5 10 00375 Commencement, 1972
A-4.5 10 00380 Commencement, 1971
A-4.5 10 00385 Commencement, 1970
A-4.5 10 00390 Commencement, 1968-1969
A-4.5 10 00395 Commencement, 1965-67
A-4.5 10 00400 Commencement, pre-1965; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00401 Commencement, pre-1950
A-4.5 10 00403 Commencement, undated
A-4.5 10 00404 Communication, College of (SEE ALSO: Performing Arts, Dept. of)
A-4.5 10 00404a Communication, Office of
A-4.5 10 00405 Communications Building (proposed but never built)

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A-4.5 10 00407 Commuter Student Association
A-4.5 10 00408 Companions in Leadership Program
A-4.5 10 00410 Computers
A-4.5 10 00415 Concerts [4]
A-4.5 10 00416 Conferences
A-4.5 10 00418 Contests
A-4.5 10 00420 Continuing Education; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00421 Continuing Education, Staff
A-4.5 10 00425 Copus Hall (553 N. 13th St. Purchased in 1950; housed Journalism and Band; razed in 1976)
A-4.5 10 00427 Cornerstones and Time Capsules
A-4.5 10 00430 Coughlin Hall (Named after Charles L. Coughlin; dedicated May 4, 1977; houses the departments of the humanities)
A-4.5 10 00435 Coughlin Hall Dedication
A-4.5 10 00436 Council for the Advance and Support of Education (CASE)
A-4.5 10 00438 Counseling Center
A-4.5 10 00440 Cramer (Harriet Barker) Hall (604 N. 16th St. Dentistry Building and Schroeder Complex North from 2002-2005. Houses Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology, the Speech and Hearing Clinic, the Department of Psychology, and the Exercise Science Program.) SEE ALSO: File# 00455
A-4.5 10 00440a Crew Team, Men's and Women's
A-4.5 10 00440b Crime - MU
A-4.5 10 00440e Cudahy Hall
A-4.5 10 00440g Curriculum and Courses

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A-4.5 10 00441 Dance
A-4.5 10 00441c Dance Team
A-4.5 10 00441n Deaconess Hospital (620 N. 19th St. Purchased in 1986; razed in 1986/87)
A-4.5 10 00442 Debates
A-4.5 10 00442m Degrees granted - statistics, 1887-1946
A-4.5 10 00443 Delta Sigma Pi (International Commerce Fraternity)
A-4.5 10 00444 Dental Advisory Council
A-4.5 10 00445 Dentistry, Alumni; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00455 Dentistry, Building SEE ALSO: File #00440
A-4.5 10 00456 Dentistry, Building (new, 2000-2002)
A-4.5 10 00460 Dentistry, Clinic
A-4.5 10 00465 Dentistry, Dental Hygiene; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00470 Dentistry, Equipment
A-4.5 10 00471 Dentistry, Faculty
A-4.5 10 00475 Dentistry, Faye McBeath Clinic for the Elderly
A-4.5 10 00475 Dentistry, Migrant Health Clinic
A-4.5 10 00480 Dentistry, Miscellaneous; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00485 Dentistry, Students; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00490 Department Heads, Liberal Arts, 1951
A-4.5 10 00494 Development

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Series File Folder Title
A-4.5 10 00495 Development Projects, Miscellaneous; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 - Discovery Learning Complex (See Engineering Hall)
A-4.5 10 00496 Diversity Initiative, Diversity issues
A-4.5 10 00497 Divestiture Policy
A-4.5 10 00500 Dorms
A-4.5 10 00510 Draft
A-4.5 10 00515 Drexel Lodge (1120 W. Michigan Ave. Purchased in 1920; became housing for young women students; razed in 1969; named after Mother Katherine Drexel; 1920-1924 housed men's student union)
A-4.5 10 00517 Drill Teams
A-4.5 10 00518 Duffey Hall (1317 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after William R. Duffey, first director of the School of Speech, purchased about 1950; razed in 1968)

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A-4.5 10 00520 Eagles' Club, 1966-1967
A-4.5 10 - East Hall (SEE: Straz Hall)
A-4.5 10 00521 Eckstein Hall
A-4.5 10 00522 Economics Department
A-4.5 10 00525 Education, School of; 2 folders (To become College of Education in July 2008)
A-4.5 10 00526 Education, School of, Hartman Education Clinic
A-4.5 10 00530 Educational Opportunity Program; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00532 Elections: City, State and Federal
A-4.5 10 00533 Elections, Student
A-4.5 10 00534 Engineering, General
A-4.5 10 00535 Engineering, Alumni
A-4.5 10 00536 Engineering Advisory Council

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A-4.5 10 00540 Engineering Building (1515 W. Wisconsin Ave. Renovated and dedicated Patrick E. Haggerty Hall [founder of Texas Instruments and MU alumnus] in 1988; building originally completed in 1941)
A-4.5 10 00540a Engineering, Biomedical
A-4.5 10 00541 Engineering, Civil
A-4.5 10 00541a Engineering, Electrical
A-4.5 10 00541d Engineering Hall (Formerly Discovery Learning Complex)
A-4.5 10 00542 Engineering, School of: Faculty, Classroom, with Students, Engineering Building; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00545 Engineering Students; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00547 English Department
A-4.5 10 00548 Environment Committee/Earth Day
A-4.5 10 00550 Escort Service
A-4.5 10 00555 Estate Planning
A-4.5 10 00557 Ethnic Alumni Association (EAA)
A-4.5 10 00560 Evans Scholars
A-4.5 10 00560a Ex Corde Ecclesia

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A-4.5 10 00563 Faber Center
A-4.5 10 00564 Facilities Services (Physical Environment)
A-4.5 10 00565 Faculty; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00570 Faculty Wives
A-4.5 10 00571 Fall Festival
A-4.5 10 00573 Fellowships
A-4.5 10 00574 Fencing
A-4.5 10 00574a Feerick Funeral Home (Also known as the Coronado, 1325 W. Wisconsin Ave. acquired and razed in 1958)
A-4.5 10 00575 "Finals"
A-4.5 10 00580 Financial Aid Program
A-4.5 10 00585 Fine Arts Week
A-4.5 10 00587 Fires
A-4.5 10 00590 First Graduates
A-4.5 10 00595a Football, Pre-1920
A-4.5 10 00595aa Football, Pre-1920 (opponents; includes Marquette Academy and Madison High School)
A-4.5 10 00595b Football, 1920s
A-4.5 10 00595c Football, 1930s
A-4.5 10 00595d Football, 1940s
A-4.5 10 00595e Football, 1950s (Marquette football program was eliminated after the 1959-60 season)
A-4.5 10 00595f Football, 1967- (Club football team formed in 1967)
A-4.5 10 00595g Football, Unidentified
A-4.5 10 00596 Football, Cotton Bowl Appearance, 1937 (Marquette lost to Texas Christian University 13-6 in the inaugural Cotton Bowl)
A-4.5 10 00597 Football, Statistics and History
A-4.5 10 00598 Foreign Languages and Literatures Department
A-4.5 10 00600 Foreign Students
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A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, General
A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, Alpha Phi Omega (Service)
A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, Phi Theta Psi (Arts and Sciences)
A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, Triangle (Professional Engineering)
A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, Psi Omega (Professional Dental)
A-4.5 10 00603 Fraternities, Sigma Delta Chi (Journalism)
A-4.5 10 00604 Free Speech Issues
A-4.5 10 00605 Freshmen, 1965
A-4.5 10 00607 Freshman Frontier Program

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A-4.5 10 00608 Gay/Lesbians at MU/Gay-Straight Alliance
A-4.5 10 00608a Gender Equity
A-4.5 10 00608b Gender Resource Center
A-4.5 10 00609 General Counsel/Legal Actions
A-4.5 10 00610 General Hospital, plans, never built, 1924
A-4.5 10 00615 Gesu Church (1145 W. Wisconsin Ave. Dedicated December 16, 1894; entrance completed in 1901); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00617 Gesu Convent
A-4.5 10 00618 Gesu Parish and School (555 N. 13th St. Razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 00618 Gesu Parish Center (See Bellarmine Hall)
A-4.5 10 00620 Glee Club
A-4.5 10 - Gold (School nickname, adopted for one week in May 2005) (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 00621 Golden Angels Network
A-4.5 10 - Golden Avalanche (Nickname coined by New York sports editor when he saw the team beat Navy in 1924. Though never an official team name, it co-existed with "Hilltoppers" until the 1940s) (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 00621aa Golden Eagles (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 00621aab Gold 'n Blues
A-4.5 10 00621bb Golf, Men's
A-4.5 10 00621b Governmental Relations

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A-4.5 10 00622 Graduate School
A-4.5 10 00623 Graduate School, Students
A-4.5 10 00624 Graduate School of Management
A-4.5 10 00625 Grandmora Hall (635 N. 13th St. and 1309 W. Wisconsin Ave. Acquired in 1959; housed humanities; razed in 1977)
A-4.5 10 00630 Grants, miscellaneous; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00635 Greater Marquette Center (1834 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
A-4.5 10 00640 Greater Marquette Drive, 1960-1966
A-4.5 10 00645 Greater Marquette Program, 1961-1966
A-4.5 10 00646 Greater Milwaukee Catholic Education Consortium
A-4.5 10 00646d Green Health (Student Organization)
A-4.5 10 00647 Greenheck Chair in Engineering Design
A-4.5 10 00650 Greenhouse (Located behind Science Building, renovated 1952; razed 1960)
A-4.5 10 00652 Guidance and Placement Center (1304 W. Wisconsin Ave.)
A-4.5 10 00654 Gulf War
A-4.5 10 00655 Gymnasium (1508 W. Clybourn, built in 1922)
A-4.5 10 00656 Gymnastics
A-4.5 10 00656a Haggerty, Lawrence G., Research Award
A-4.5 10 00656aa Halo Project

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A-4.5 10 00656b Handicapped/Physical Challenged
A-4.5 10 00657 Health Center
A-4.5 10 00658 Health Sciences, College of
A-4.5 10 00660 Helfaer Tennis and Recreation Center- Building (526 N. 16th St. Named in honor of Evan Helfaer, owner of Lakeside Laboratories and MU benefactor, 1975); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00660a Helfaer Tennis and Recreation Center - Students; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00662 Helfaer Theatre, Evan P. and Marion (525 N. 13th St. Named in honor of Evan Helfaer, owner of Lakeside Laboratories and MU benefactor, 1975); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00665 Heraty Hall (1404 W. Wisconsin Ave. Formerly Stratford Arms Hotel; became women's residence hall in 1962; became Jesuit residence in 1973)
A-4.5 10 00667 Hilltop (Marquette University Yearbook. Began publication in 1915.)
A-4.5 10 - Hilltoppers (School nickname; Marquette's first building sat atop a hill overlooking Milwaukee) (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 00669 Hispanic Heritage Month
A-4.5 10 00670 History Department
A-4.5 10 00673 Hockey (Debuted in 1922-23; played at Castle Ice Garden, 35th and Wells St.; 1926 joined Northern Intercollegiate Hockey Association; 1926 Midwest Championship and Northern College Crown; Castle Ice Garden bought by transport company; the outdoor rink behind the Gymnasium either froze spectators or became a mud hole; 1932- hockey was dropped; in 1970 Club Hockey began)
A-4.5 10 00674 Holiday Celebrations
A-4.5 10 00675 Holly Ball (Sponsored by the Women's Student Council; held traditionally in January; the Council president was annually crowned Queen and other officers of the Council were in her court.)
A-4.5 10 00677 Holthusen Hall (Also known as the Varsity Theater, 1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. University leased and then purchased the Varsity Theater building in 1967; dedicated Henry and Violet Holthusen Hall in April 1988)
A-4.5 10 - Homecoming
A-4.5 10 00680
Pre-1960; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00680a
1960s and 1970s
A-4.5 10 00680b
1980s (discontinued and replaced by Alumni Weekend)
A-4.5 10 00680c
2000s (revived in Fall 2005)
A-4.5 10 00685 Home Study Program

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A-4.5 10 00688 Honor Societies,
A-4.5 10 00688
Alpha Tau Delta (Nursing)
A-4.5 10 00688
Beta Alpha Psi (Accounting)
A-4.5 10 00688
Beta Gamma Sigma (Commerce)
A-4.5 10 00688
Chi Epsilon (Engineering)
A-4.5 10 00688
Phi Sigma Tau (Philosophy)
A-4.5 10 00688
Pi Alpha Sigma (Physical Therapy)
A-4.5 10 00688
Pi Delta Phi (French)
A-4.5 10 00688
Pi Gamma Mu (Social Science)
A-4.5 10 00688
Pi Sigma Epsilon (Marketing, Sales)
A-4.5 10 00688
Pi Tau Sigma (Mechanical Engineering)
A-4.5 10 00688
Rho Tau Beta (Broadcasting)
A-4.5 10 00688
Sigma Delta Chi (Journalism)
A-4.5 10 00688
Sigma Nu Sigma (Engineering)
A-4.5 10 00688
Sigma Tau Delta (English)
A-4.5 10 00688
Sigma Xi (Research Scientist)
A-4.5 10 00688
Alpha Sigma Lambda (Continuing Higher Education)
A-4.5 10 00688
Theta Alpha Kappa (Theology Honor Society)
A-4.5 10 00688
Sigma Delta Pi (Spanish)

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A-4.5 10 00690 Honorary Degree Recipients; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00692 Honors Program
A-4.5 10 00693 Hopkins/Duffey Hall (1317 W. Wisconsin Ave. Purchased in 1950; housed English department; razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 00695 Housing
A-4.5 10 00695a Housing Start Forecast Center
A-4.5 10 00696 Hughes Hall (1123B W. Michigan Ave. Razed July, 1964)
A-4.5 10 00696a Human Resources (Personnel)
A-4.5 10 00697 Humphrey Hall (formerly Children's Hospital)
A-4.5 10 00697a Hunger Clean-up

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A-4.5 10 00697b Ignatian Spirituality, Center for
A-4.5 10 00697c Ignatian Year Celebration
A-4.5 10 00697co Inclusive Leadership CommUNITY
A-4.5 10 00697d Indian Student Association
A-4.5 10 00698 Indians (American Indian Counselor)
A-4.5 10 00699 Information Technology Services
A-4.5 10 00700 Institute for Advanced Study
A-4.5 10 00701 Institute for Catholic Leadership
A-4.5 10 00703 Institute for Family Studies
A-4.5 10 00704 Institute for Urban Life
A-4.5 10 00705 Institute on Poverty and Law
A-4.5 10 00706 Institute for Transformations of Learning
A-4.5 10 00707 Institutes
A-4.5 10 00710 Instructional Media Center
A-4.5 10 00711 Interfraternity Council
A-4.5 10 00711a International Study, Center for
A-4.5 10 00711b International Day
A-4.5 10 00711c International Events
A-4.5 10 00712 Intramurals
A-4.5 10 00713 Iota Eta Pi (Student organization founded in 1985 dedicated to the promotion of life at Marquette)

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A-4.5 10 00715 Jesuit Island
A-4.5 10 00716 Jesuit, Lake Five Villa
A-4.5 10 00717 Jesuits at Marquette
A-4.5 10 00718 Jesuit Residence, Johnston Hall (1907-1973)
A-4.5 10 00718a Jesuit Residence (1404 W. Wisconsin Ave. Formerly Heraty Hall, 1973)
A-4.5 10 00718b Jesuits - Fr. Arrupe, Pedro, visit to Marquette
A-4.5 10 00719 Jesuit Sogang University
A-4.5 10 00720 Jesuits - General, clippings
A-4.5 10 00720x Jesuits-Wisconsin Province
A-4.5 10 00722 Jesuits - Priests and Brothers
A-4.5 10 00723 Jesuits, Campion High School and College, Prairie du Chien
A-4.5 10 00726 Jesuits, Creighton University
A-4.5 10 00727 Jesuits, Salta, Argentina
A-4.5 10 00731 Jesuits, Holy Rosary Mission, South Dakota
A-4.5 10 00732 Jesuits, Lyon, Leo J., S.J., family and friends
A-4.5 10 00732a Jesuits, Lyon, Leo J., S.J., unknown
A-4.5 10 00733 Jesuits, Mankato, Minnesota

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A-4.5 10 00733c Jesuits, St. Francis Mission, South Dakota
A-4.5 10 00734a Jesuits, St. Bonifacius, Minnesota
A-4.5 10 00734b Jewish Chautuauqua Society, 1969
A-4.5 10 - (St.) Joan of Arc Chapel,
A-4.5 10 00734z
Exterior views, 1966-1985) Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marc Rojtman; dedicated 26 May 1966) 1966-1985; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00734z1
Interior views, 1966-1985
A-4.5 10 00734z2
Stained Glass Windows, 2003
A-4.5 10 00735
Dedication and Pageant, 1966
A-4.5 10 00740
France, Photographs
A-4.5 10 00741
France, Village
A-4.5 10 00742
Long Island
A-4.5 10 00745
Reconstruction; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00747
Fountain
A-4.5 10 00748
Tours
A-4.5 10 00749
30th Anniversary, 1996
A-4.5 10 00750 Johnston Hall (1121 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after Robert A., Johnston, Marquette benefactor; building opened in May 1907)
A-4.5 10 00755 Journalism, College of (Old name - SEE ALSO: College of Communication, File number 00404a); 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00762 Judo Club
A-4.5 10 00762a JUSTICE (Student organization often involved in vigils outside the School of the America's at Fort Benning)
A-4.5 10 00763 Karate Club
A-4.5 10 00765 Kellett Commission
A-4.5 10 00767 Kenosha Center
A-4.5 10 00770 Kick-Off Council
A-4.5 10 00771 Knights of Columbus Building (1492 W. Wisconsin Ave. See Plankinton Mansions, File #01116)
A-4.5 10 00773 Kohl, Helmut, Visit to MU
A-4.5 10 00774 Kohler Center
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A-4.5 10 00775 Labs
A-4.5 10 00776 Labor College
A-4.5 10 00777 LaCrosse, Men's
A-4.5 10 00779 Lalumiere Lodge (1124 W. Michigan St. Temporarily housed modern language department, razed in 1967)
A-4.5 10 00780 Lalumiere Language Hall (Named after Stanislaus P. Lalumiere, S.J., a founding father of Marquette, dedicated 12 April 1970)
A-4.5 10 00782 Language Center in Germany
A-4.5 10 00790 Language Lab
A-4.5 10 00792 L'Arche
A-4.5 10 00793 LaSalle Hotel (Now Cobeen Hall, File # 00335)
A-4.5 10 00795 Law Enforcement, Police Education

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A-4.5 10 - Law School
A-4.5 10 00798
General; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00800
Building (1103 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after Frank J. Sensenbrenner [Trustee], 1924)
A-4.5 10 00801
Building Addition, 1984
A-4.5 10 00802
Alumni
A-4.5 10 00805
Deans
A-4.5 10 00810
Faculty; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00812
Sports Law Institute
A-4.5 10 00815
Students; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00817 Leadership Studies
A-4.5 10 00819 Legal Clinic
A-4.5 10 00820 Legal Research Center, 1968
A-4.5 10 00825 Liberal Arts
A-4.5 10 00825a Les Aspin Center
A-4.5 10 00825b Les Aspin Democracy Award
A-4.5 10 00825c Les Aspin Distinguished Public Service Award
A-4.5 10 00825d Les Aspin Speaker Series
A-4.5 10 00830 Library, Memorial: Interior (1415 W. Wisconsin Ave., 1953); 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00832 Library, Annex
A-4.5 10 00835 Library, Memorial: Construction
A-4.5 10 00840 Library, Memorial: Exterior; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 00850 Library, Staff and Programs
A-4.5 10 00851 Library (Raynor Planning and Construction, 1998 - )
A-4.5 10 00853 Library, Raynor
A-4.5 10 00855 License Plate (Special Marquette University)
A-4.5 10 00860 Lincoln Exhibit
A-4.5 10 00861 Lincoln Memorial Plaque

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A-4.5 10 00863 Lisette Hall
A-4.5 10 00865 Lisette Lodge (3200 W. Highland Blvd. Donated by Fred Miller in 1941; women's dormitory, sold 1962; named after Mrs. Miller. House built in 1901) (SEE ALSO: D-1)
A-4.5 10 00865k Little Rock Nine
A-4.5 10 00865m Little Sibs Weekend
A-4.5 10 00866 Logo/Promotion
A-4.5 10 00867 Lourdes Hall (3201 W. Highland Blvd. Home acquired September 1952; women's dormitory, sold 1964)
(SEE ALSO: D-1)
A-4.5 10 00870 Loyola Hall (845 N. 25th St. Women's dormitory; leased to Presentation Sisters 1962-1968; sold 1968)

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A-4.5 10 00875 M-Club
A-4.5 10 00881 Mackie Home (11th St. and Wisconsin Ave. Private home, original home of the MU Law School. Acquired in 1910; razed in 1923; site of Sensenbrenner Hall)
A-4.5 10 00883 Madrid Study Center
A-4.5 10 00883a Mandolin Club
A-4.5 10 00883b Manresa Project
A-4.5 10 00884 Marian Hall (714 N. 14th St.)
A-4.5 10 00884a Marquette Action Program
A-4.5 10 - Marquette College (10th and State St., 1881)
A-4.5 10 00885
Building
A-4.5 10 00886
Students/Graduates
A-4.5 10 00887
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A-4.5 10 00890 Marquette Hall (1217 W. Wisconsin Ave. Formerly "Science Building," renamed 1976)
A-4.5 10 00894 Marquette Information Center (Located in the old Brooks Memorial Union)
A-4.5 10 00894a Marquette Institute for Urban Life
A-4.5 10 00895 Marquette Interchange
A-4.5 10 00897 Marquette Madness Week
A-4.5 10 00900 Marquette Journal, 75th Anniversary Historical Issue
A-4.5 10 00902 Marquette Tribune
A-4.5 10 00902a Marquette University Alumni Association
A-4.5 10 00903 Marquette University Community Action Program (MUCAP)
A-4.5 10 00904 Marquette University, General Information
A-4.5 10 00905 Marquette University High School (3401 W. Wisconsin Ave. Old MU Academy. Renamed Ellen Story Johnston Memorial, 1925)
A-4.5 10 00906 Marquette University Hospital
A-4.5 10 00910 Marquette University Physical Growth and Change, 1967-1971
A-4.5 10 00910a Marquette University Student Government (MUSG)
A-4.5 10 00911 Marquette University Press
A-4.5 10 00911a Marquette Women's League
A-4.5 10 00911aa Marquettillion
A-4.5 10 00911b Mashuda Hall (1918/1926 W. Wisconsin Ave. Formerly Coach Light Hotel [when the Beatles stayed there in September 1964]; later Holiday Inn - Central; purchased in 1980; Residence Hall named after Josephine M. Mashuda)
A-4.5 10 00911c Mass of the Holy Spirit

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A-4.5 10 00912 Mathematics Department
A-4.5 10 00912A McCabe Hall
A-4.5 10 00912B McCahill Award
A-4.5 10 00913 McCormick Field, Monument
A-4.5 10 00915 McCormick Hall (1530 W. Wisconsin Ave. Men's residence hall, named after Victor McCormick, dedicated 3 March 1967) Social Activities and People, Building; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 00916 McGuire, Al, "Al's Run" / Briggs and Stratton Run (SEE ALSO: McGuire, Al)
A-4.5 10 00917 McGuire, Al, Tribute at Sports Law Institute
A-4.5 10 00917a McGuire Athletic Center
A-4.5 10 00918 Medic Dispensary (4th and Reservoir Streets)
A-4.5 10 00922 Medical Center of Southeastern Wisconsin
A-4.5 10 00925 Medical College of Wisconsin (8701 W. Watertown Plank Rd.)
A-4.5 10 00935 Medical Technology (2 folders) (for individual class photos, see C-8 Series 3)
A-4.5 10 00940 Medicine, School of; 3 folders

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A-4.5 10 00942 Medicine, School of, Cramer Building Dedication (561 N. 15th St, 1932) SEE ALSO: File # 01222
A-4.5 10 00945 Medicine, School of (pre-1932; 4th and Reservoir Streets)
A-4.5 10 00947 Merit Awards - Business Administration
A-4.5 10 00950 Merrity Hall (1717 W. Wisconsin Ave. Purchased from AMUW in 1953, women's dormitory, sold in 1976)
A-4.5 10 00951 Metcalfe, Ralph Visiting Scholars
A-4.5 10 00952 Milwaukee; 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00952a Milwaukee Braves, 1957 pennant Celebration on Wisconsin Avenue
A-4.5 10 00953 Milwaukee Chamber of Commerce
A-4.5 10 00954 Milwaukee, Greater Milwaukee Awards
A-4.5 10 00954a Minority Resource Committee
A-4.5 10 00954b Mission Week
A-4.5 10 00955 Mobile Chapel
A-4.5 10 00960 Monitor Hall (619 N. 16th St. Formerly Monitor Hotel; purchased 29 May 1943 to house Navy V-12 men; transferred to Union 17 November 1943 to use as a residence; then housed the Speech Pathology and Audiology Departments as well as the Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation Center. Demolished in December 2005; Speech Pathology and Audiology and the Speech and Hearing Clinic moved to Cramer Hall)
A-4.5 10 00961 Mother Teresa of Calcutta Statue
A-4.5 10 00963 Multi-Cultural Center
A-4.5 10 00963a Multi-Cultural, Office
A-4.5 10 00965 Murals (donated works by Gimbels; located in old Brooks Memorial Union)
A-4.5 10 00970 Music, College of (pre 1920) (10th and Wells Sts. Leased between  1911 and 1918 to house the Conservatory of Music; reported to be haunted.)
A-4.5 10 00971 Music, College of (Began as Conservatory in 1911, housed in leased building on 10th and Wells Streets (See File #00970); moved to John Plankinton Mansion (See File #01116) in 1918; became college in 1920; due to Depression and escalating costs the College of Music closed in 1930)
A-4.5 10 00971a Muslim Student Association
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A-4.5 10 00973 Name Plates
A-4.5 10 00973 Nation of Islam
A-4.5 10 00974 National Sports Law Institute
A-4.5 10 00974a National Youth Sports Program (NYSP)
A-4.5 10 00975 Navy ROTC; 4 folders
A-4.5 10 00978 Navy V-12 Program, 1944-1946
A-4.5 10 00982 Nicolas Hall (731 N Lath St. Razed ca. 1982)
A-4.5 10 - Nickname/Mascot
A-4.5 10 00985a      Pre-1954
A-4.5 10 00985b      1954-1959
A-4.5 10 00985c      1960-1971
A-4.5 10 00985d      1972-1983
A-4.5 10 00985e      1984-1992
A-4.5 10 00985f      1993-2003
A-4.5 10 00985g      2004- (2 folders)
A-4.5 10 00988 Nieman Symposium
A-4.5 10 00990 Noonan Hall (605 N. 13th St. Men's dormitory; purchased in September 1940; first named Brooks Hall; became Noonan Hall in 1953; razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 00991 Norris Park
A-4.5 10 00993 Nuclear Waste Forum, 1983
A-4.5 10 00995 Nuns, Nuns' Housing
A-4.5 10 00999 Nursing, General
A-4.5 10 01000 Nursing Building, St. Joseph's Hospital, 1963- ,   (3029 N. 49th St. In 1924 the Sisters began teaching Nursing course work; 1930 new building completed; 1936 College of Nursing established), includes dedication in 1963
A-4.5 10 01001 Nursing Building, St. Joseph's Training School for Nurses (1898), St. Joseph's Hospital School for Nursing (1930-1936), then became St. Joseph's Hall MUCN (1936-1963)

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A-4.5 10 01002 Nursing Dormitory (195 N. 9th St. Now site of Wisconsin Club's parking lot.)
A-4.5 10 01003 Nursing Building, Emory T. Clark (N. 16th St. Named after founder of Clark Oil Company; dedicated in 1982)
A-4.5 10 01004 Nursing, Faculty and Staff   (SEE ALSO: Nursing Scrapbooks)
A-4.5 10 01005 Nursing, Students:  Social Life, Classroom, General, Group, Hospital Work 
A-4.5 10 01006 Nursing, Alumni
A-4.5 10 01007 Nursing, Pinning Ceremony
A-4.5 10 01008 Nursing, Students - Individuals
A-4.5 10 01009 Nursing, Celebrations
A-4.5 10 01010 Nursing, Capping Ceremony
A-4.5 10 01011 Nursing, Clinical Institute
A-4.5 10 01012 Nursing, Community Activities

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A-4.5 10 01013 Occupational Safety
A-4.5 10 01014 O'Donnell Dinner
A-4.5 10 01015 O'Donnell Dinner
A-4.5 10 01020 O'Donnell Hall (725 N. 18th St. Named after Edward J. O'Donnell, former president of Marquette University, 1952)
A-4.5 10 01023 O'Donnell Lectures
A-4.5 10 01025 Off-Campus Housing
A-4.5 10 01027 Office of International Education (OIE)
A-4.5 10 01030 O'Hara Hall, Pre-1970

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A-4.5 10 01033 O'Hara Hall (615 N. 11th St. Named after Charles M. O'Hara, Sr., industrialist; formerly Lalumiere Hall; prior to purchase in 1920 was Winkler Home; remodeled in 1938; dedicated March 1955; razed 2010.)
A-4.5 10 01034 Old Line Life Building (acquired August, 1999)
A-4.5 10 01035 Olin Engineering Center, Dedication, 18 April 1978
A-4.5 10 01037 Olin Engineering Center
A-4.5 10 01039 Olympians at Marquette
A-4.5 10 01040 Opus Prize
A-4.5 10 01041 Organization and Leadership Program (OLP)
A-4.5 10 01042 Orientation
A-4.5 10 01043 O'Sullivan Fellowship

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A-4.5 10 01045 Panhellenic Council
A-4.5 10 01046 Parades
A-4.5 10 01047 Parent and Child Care Center
A-4.5 10 01050 Parents Association
A-4.5 10 01050a Parents Park (Dedicated 1977, northeast corner of Wisconsin Avenue and N. 13th Street; the lot and an adjacent lot were used for Zilber Hall)
A-4.5 10 01051-1 Parking
A-4.5 10 01051a Part Time Studies
A-4.5 10 01052 Peace Corps
A-4.5 10 01052a Pep Squad
A-4.5 10 01053a Pere Jacques Marquette, General Information
A-4.5 10 01053 Pere Jacques Marquette, Monuments, Commemorations
A-4.5 10 01055 Pere Marquette Day, Civic Awards

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A-4.5 10 01060 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 1959-1969
A-4.5 10 01065 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 1970-1975
A-4.5 10 01066 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 1976-1988
A-4.5 10 01067 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 1989-1999
A-4.5 10 01068 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 2000-
A-4.5 10 01075 Pere Marquette Discovery Award Medal, 1969, 1979; 2 folders 
A-4.5 10 01076 Pere Marquette Distinguished Service Award
A-4.5 10 01078 Pere Marquette Lecturers
A-4.5 10 01079 Pere Marquette Statue (Bronze sculpture created by artist Ron Knepper and funded by John and Mary Madden. Dedicated on Sept. 23, 2005. Located east of the St. Joan of Arc chapel.)
A-4.5 10 01080 Pere Marquette Tercentenary Commission
A-4.5 10 01083 Pere Marquette Tercentenary Commemorative Stamp
A-4.5 10 01085 Pere Marquette Tercentenary Symposium, 1968
A-4.5 10 01087 Pere Marquette Tercentenary Symphony
A-4.5 10 01087a Pharmacy Class of 1912
A-4.5 10 01087aa Personnel
A-4.5 10 01088 Performing Arts, Dept. of
A-4.5 10 01089 Pete and Bonnie Axthelm Memorial Program
A-4.5 10 01090 Phi Beta Kappa (National Honor Society)
A-4.5 10 01093 Philosophy Department
A-4.5 10 01093m Phoenix Club
A-4.5 10 01094 Physical Environment

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A-4.5 10 01095 Physical Therapy; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 01097 Physician Assistant Program
A-4.5 10 01100 Physics Department; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01105 Physics and Chemistry, 1907-1913
A-4.5 10 01107 Physics Building
A-4.5 10 01110 PITH: Marquette's Foothold in Reality (radical newspaper)
A-4.5 10 01115 Placement Center
A-4.5 10 01116 Plankinton Mansions, William Plankinton Home (1529 W. Wisconsin Ave. Acquired in March 1918; became Trinity Hospital Annex; became Alumni and Athletic Office in 1953; razed in December 1970); John Plankinton Home (625 N. 15th St./1505 W. Wisconsin Ave. Acquired in March 1918; housed College of Music; stayed until the building was demolished in 1975); Elizabeth Plankinton Mansion (1492 W. Wisconsin Ave. Built ca. 1890; purchased by Knights of Columbus in 1907; larger building added in 1910; sold to Redevelopment Authority which sold it to Marquette who leased the building to the Knights of Columbus; razed, amid controversy, in 1980)  SEE ALSO: Knights of Columbus building folder (File 00771); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01120 Players, Marquette; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 01122 Plaza (I-43)
A-4.5 10 01125 Political Science Department
A-4.5 10 01126 Pope Paul VI/Popes
A-4.5 10 01127 Post Cards (Marquette)

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A-4.5 10 01130 Presidential Elections (United States), 1964, 1968
A-4.5 10 01131 Presidential Elections, 2004 Presidential Debate at AMU
A-4.5 10 01135 Presidential Chain of Office (Marquette)
A-4.5 10 01140 President's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped (PCEH)
A-4.5 10 01142 President's Convocation
A-4.5 10 01142a President's Picnic
A-4.5 10 01142b President's Council Dinner
A-4.5 10 01142c President's Executive Senate
A-4.5 10 01142d President's State of the University Address
A-4.5 10 01142e President's Office
A-4.5 10 01142f Presidents of Marquette University
A-4.5 10 01142g Press Secretaries Council
A-4.5 10 01142t Prison - proposed for Menomonee Valley
A-4.5 10 01142z Professional Studies, College of
A-4.5 10 01143 Proms, Dinner Dances
A-4.5 10 01144 Protests, Student; 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1980, 1981, 1983-

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A-4.5 10 01145 Psychology Department
A-4.5 10 01146 Public Relations
A-4.5 10 01147 Public Safety; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01148 Purchasing Department

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A-4.5 10 01149 Quade-Weakland Letters, June 1982
A-4.5 10 01150 Quarter Century Club

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A-4.5 10 01155 Rabbits Athletic Club
A-4.5 10 01157 Recruiting and Retention Efforts
A-4.5 10 01159 Radical Student Union
A-4.5 10 01160 Radio Station WHAD (Established in 1922; eighty foot tower put up behind Mackie Residence; moved to Science building in 1924; joined Columbia Broadcasting System in 1932; license sold to Wisconsin News in 1934)
A-4.5 10 01165 Reading Center
A-4.5 10 01168 Regents, Board of
A-4.5 10 01170 Regis Hall (1202 W. Michigan St. Acquired 1947; razed in 1971)
A-4.5 10 01175 Registrar's Office
A-4.5 10 01180 Registration; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01183 Religious Activities

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A-4.5 10 01184 Research and Sponsored Programs, Office of; Research, General
A-4.5 10 01184a Residence Life
A-4.5 10 01184b Residence Hall Association
A-4.5 10 01185 "The Restless Flame": (A Drama of Romantic Adventure Built Around the Traditions of Milwaukee, presented by the Father Marquette Pageant Commission at the Milwaukee Auditorium, November 9-11, 1937)
A-4.5 10 01185a Retired Faculty Association, MU
A-4.5 10 01186 Retreats
A-4.5 10 01190 Rhubarb Radical Bookstore (1618 W. Wells St. Founded in 1969 on State St., moved to these quarters in 1970; specialized in supporting a radical subculture.)
A-4.5 10 01190a Rifle Team
A-4.5 10 01191 Rigge Hall
A-4.5 10 01192 Rugby

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A-4.5 10 01195 Sailing Club
A-4.5 10 01198 Saint Catherine's Home for Working Girls
A-4.5 10 01204 Saint Francis Seminary
- - - St. Joan of Arc Chapel [See Files #0073-00749]
A-4.5 10 01205 Saint Gall's Church and School (2nd and Sycamore Sts., now Michigan St. Constructed in 1868)
A-4.5 10 01207 Saturday Degree Program
A-4.5 10 01210 Scholarships
A-4.5 10 01215 Schroeder Hall, Walter (725 N. 13th St. Co-ed residence hall, 1957, 2 additional floors added September, 1965)

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A-4.5 10 01222 Schroeder (Walter) Health Sciences and Education Complex (561 N. 15th St. Dedicated in 1932 as the Harriet Barker Cramer Memorial. Housed the Marquette Medical School and Library until 1967; renovated in 1978; dedicated May 6, 1981) SEE ALSO: File # 00942
A-4.5 10 01223 Science Annex (behind Brooks Memorial Union)
A-4.5 10 01225 Science Building (never built)
A-4.5 10 01230 Science Fair; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01231 Science Library Move, 1981
A-4.5 10 01232 Seal
A-4.5 10 01232a Seismograph
A-4.5 10 01232b Seminars
A-4.5 10 012321 Senior Week
A-4.5 10 01232c Service Building (517 N. 14th St. Formerly Shinners Warehouse, acquired 1959)
A-4.5 10 01232d Shuttlebug
A-4.5 10 01232e Ski Club
A-4.5 10 01232f Simmons Lecture
A-4.5 10 01233 Slavic Institute
A-4.5 10 01233a Soccer - 1960's
A-4.5 10 01233aa Soccer - 1970's
A-4.5 10 01233ab Soccer - 1980's; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01233ac Soccer - 1990's
A-4.5 10 01233ad Soccer - 2000's
A-4.5 10 01233b Social and Cultural Sciences
A-4.5 10 01233ba Social Innovation Initiative Office
A-4.5 10 01233c Softball, Women's

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A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, General
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Alpha Delta Pi
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Alpha Delta Eta (Dental Hygiene)
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Chi Sigma Chi (social)
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Delta Sigma Epsilon (social; became Delta Sigma Gamma)
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Delta Sigma Gamma (social)
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Delta Sigma Theta
A-4.5 10 01234 Sororities, Gamma Sigma Sigma (service)
A-4.5 10 01234c Southeastern Wisconsin Energy Technology Research Center
A-4.5 10 01234e Spaulding Hall (742 N. 14th St. Razed 1968)
A-4.5 10 01235 Speeches and Lectures; 6 folders
A-4.5 10 01240 Speech, College of: Faculty, Students, Building, Classroom, Speech and Hearing Clinic, MU Players, Radio and Television Production
A-4.5 10 01245 Speech Pathology
A-4.5 10 01250 Sports Banquet - Fall
A-4.5 10 01251 Sports Banquet - Spring
A-4.5 10 01251d Sports Leadership Program
A-4.5 10 01251g Sports and Rehabilitation Clinic
A-4.5 10 01252 Spring Break
A-4.5 10 01255 Stadium (N. 39th and W. Clybourn St. Built 1924; razed 1976)
A-4.5 10 01255m Staff Reductions
A-4.5 10 01256 Stratford Hotel (1404 W. Wisconsin Ave. Became Heraty Women's Residence [See File #00665] in 1943 and then the Jesuit Residence [See File #00718a] in 1973)
A-4.5 10 01257 Straz Hall (Residence Hall, formerly YMCA and East Hall)
A-4.5 10 01260 Student Activities; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01263 Student Activities Building (562 N. 14th St. Razed 1964)

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A-4.5 10 01265 Student Adverse Publicity
A-4.5 10 01265a Student Alumni Relations Committee (SARC)
A-4.5 10 01265b Student Affairs, Office of
A-4.5 10 01265c Student and Faculty Crimes
A-4.5 10 01265d Student Archive Workers
A-4.5 10 01266 Student Deaths
A-4.5 10 01266a Student Life, Office of
A-4.5 10 01266b Student Educational Services
A-4.5 10 01267 Student Mall
A-4.5 10 01270 Student Publications
A-4.5 10 01273 Students for Choice
A-4.5 10 01273a Students for Justice in Palestine
A-4.5 10 01274 Students for Life
A-4.5 10 - Students, Individuals
A-4.5 10 01275a
pre-1945
A-4.5 10 01275b
1945-1959
A-4.5 10 01275c
1960's
A-4.5 10 01275d
1970's
A-4.5 10 01275e
1980's
A-4.5 10 01275f
1990's
A-4.5 10 01275g
2000's
A-4.5 10 - Students, Small Groups
A-4.5 10 01280a
pre-1945
A-4.5 10 01280b
1945-1959
A-4.5 10 01280c
1960's
A-4.5 10 01280d
1970's
A-4.5 10 01280e
1980's
A-4.5 10 01280f
1990's
A-4.5 10 - Students, Large Groups
A-4.5 10 01285a
pre-1945
A-4.5 10 01285b
1945-1959
A-4.5 10 01285c
1960's
A-4.5 10 01285d
1970's
A-4.5 10 01285e
1980's
A-4.5 10 01285f
1990's
A-4.5 10 01290 Student United for Racial Equality (SURE)
A-4.5 10 01292 Student Volunteers / Community Service
A-4.5 10 01293 Study Abroad
A-4.5 10 01293a Study Abroad -- South Africa Program
A-4.5 10 01295 Summer Session
A-4.5 10 01298 Supper for Twelve Strangers
A-4.5 10 01299 Swimming, club sport

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A-4.5 10 01300 Tamagami (Sensenbrenner Estate, Neenah, Wisconsin. Bequest to Marquette, sold to Kimberly-Clark Corporation ca. 1980)
A-4.5 10 01301 Teaching Excellence Award
A-4.5 10 01303 Teaching Materials Center
A-4.5 10 01305 Telescope at Marquette (Johnston Hall)
A-4.5 10 01307a Tennis-Men's
A-4.5 10 01307b Tennis-General
A-4.5 10 01307c Tennis-Women's; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01308 Tennis, Milwaukee Classic
A-4.5 10 01310 Terrorism (campus reaction to events of September 11, 2001; alumni who were victims)
A-4.5 10 01311 Theater Arts; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01312 Theology Department
A-4.5 10 01312a Theology, Catholic
A-4.5 10 01312b Theology, Theta Alpha Kappa (Theology Honorary Fraternity)
A-4.5 10 01315 Thomasita Murals
A-4.5 10 01317 Tip-Off Parade
A-4.5 10 01319 Tommy G. Thompson Education Reform Lecture Series
A-4.5 10 01320 Tomorrow Show
A-4.5 10 - Track/Cross Country (Men's)
A-4.5 10 01325a
unidentified
A-4.5 10 01325b
pre-1950
A-4.5 10 01325c
1951-1960
A-4.5 10 01325d
1961-1970
A-4.5 10 01325e
1971-1980
A-4.5 10 01325f
1981-1990
A-4.5 10 01325g
1991-2000
A-4.5 10 01325h
2001-
A-4.5 10 - Track/Cross Country (Women's)
A-4.5 10 01326a
unidentified
A-4.5 10 01326c
1979-1980
A-4.5 10 01326d
1981-1985
A-4.5 10 01326e
1986-1990
A-4.5 10 01326f
1991-1995
A-4.5 10 01326g
1996-2000
A-4.5 10 01326h
2001-2005
A-4.5 10 01326i
2006-
A-4.5 10 01330 Track Court of Honor

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A-4.5 10 01335 Trinity Hospital (9th and Wells Sts. School for Nurses affiliated with Marquette in 1914-1915; became Central Training School of Nursing of Marquette University in 1924; condemned and razed in 1930)
A-4.5 10 01340 Trinity Hospital Annex (1529 W. Wisconsin Ave. Acquired March 1918; formerly William Plankinton home; specialized in eye, ear, and nose cases; became Athletic Office in 1953; razed in December 1970)
A-4.5 10 01343 Trivia and Timelines
A-4.5 10 01345 Trustees, First Board of Trustees established in 1969
A-4.5 10 01348 Tuition
A-4.5 10 01348a Tunnel under Wisconsin Avenue
A-4.5 10 01348b TVR Registration
A-4.5 10 01349 1212 Building
A-4.5 10 01350 Twenty-fifth Class Reunion (`34), 1959

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A-4.5 10 01353 Unidentified Buildings
A-4.5 10 01355 Union (11th and Sycamore Sts. Formerly Hitz Residence, purchased in 1920-1924) 
A-4.5 10 01360 Union (631 N. 13th St. Built in 1924; renamed Carpenter Hall in 1953)
A-4.5 10 01361 Union Sports Annex
A-4.5 10 01362 Universita di Bologna
A-4.5 10 01364 University Advancement
A-4.5 10 01365 University Council, 1950
A-4.5 10 01366 University Staff Assembly
A-4.5 10 01368 Urban Problems Conference
A-4.5 10 01370 Urban Scholars Program

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A-4.5 10 01371 Valley Fields
A-4.5 10 01373 Varsity Building and Theater (1324 W. Wisconsin Ave. Purchased in 1967; renamed Henry and Violet Holthusen Hall in 1985)
A-4.5 10 01375 Varsity Varieties; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01376 Veterans, 1945-1955
A-4.5 10 01377 Veterans Administration Hospital
A-4.5 10 01378 Via Marsi Montessori School
A-4.5 10 - Volleyball
A-4.5 10 01379a
General
A-4.5 10 01379b
1970s
A-4.5 10 01379c
1980-1984
A-4.5 10 01379d
1985-1989
A-4.5 10 01379e
1990-1994
A-4.5 10 01379f
1995-1999
A-4.5 10 01379g
2000-2004
A-4.5 10 01379h
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A-4.5 10 01380 Wampum, Willie (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 01384 The Warrior (alternative student newspaper; first published in Fall 2005)
A-4.5 10 01385 Warrior, "First Warrior" (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 01387 Warriors (Former school nickname, adopted 1954, including "Chief White Buck," "Willie Wampum," "First Warrior") (SEE ALSO: Nickname/Mascot Files #00985a-00985g)
A-4.5 10 01387c Way-Klingler Interdisciplinary Teaching Award
A-4.5 10 01387m Website, Marquette University
A-4.5 10 01388 Wehr Life Science Building (530 N. 15th St. Built in 1962; houses biology and other related departments)
A-4.5 10 01400 Welcome Week/Senior Week; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01405 West Hall (2611 W. Wisconsin Ave. Residence hall, acquired in 1980)
A-4.5 10 01408 Windham Scholarship fund and Pabst Lunch, 1978
A-4.5 10 01410 Winterfest / Winter Flurry
A-4.5 10 01411 Wisconsin Native Tree Collection (at Marquette)
A-4.5 10 01411a Wisconsin Telephone Company
A-4.5 10 01411b Wisconsin Club Gazebo
A-4.5 10 01411d Wisconsin Geriatric Education Center
A-4.5 10 01412 WMUR, Marquette Radio Station 750 AM
A-4.5 10 01413 Women at Marquette (SEE ALSO: Gender Equity)
A-4.5 10 01415 Women's Athletics
A-4.5 10 - Basketball, Women's
A-4.5 10 01415a
General
A-4.5 10 01415aa
1970s
A-4.5 10 01415ab
1980-1984
A-4.5 10 01415ac
1985-1989
A-4.5 10 01415ad
1990-1994
A-4.5 10 01415ae
1995-1999
A-4.5 10 01415af
2000-2004
A-4.5 10 01415ag
2005-
A-4.5 10 01415b Women's Council; 3 folders
A-4.5 10 01415d Women's Lacrosse
A-4.5 10 - Women's Soccer
A-4.5 10 01415m
1980's
A-4.5 10 01415ma
1990-1995
A-4.5 10 01415mb
1996-2000
A-4.5 10 01415mc
2001-Present
A-4.5 10 01415r Women's Studies
A-4.5 10 01416 Writing Lab
A-4.5 10 01417 Wrestling Team (Varsity sport dropped in 2001 due to Title IX; restarted as a club sport in 2006); 2 folders
A-4.5 10 01417a Xavier Hall (3311 W. Highland Blvd. Women's dormitory; sold to Concordia College, 1966)
A-4.5 10 - YMCA (SEE: Straz Hall, 01257)
A-4.5 10 01420 Young Democrats
A-4.5 10 01425 Young Republicans
A-4.5 10 01426 Young Americans for Freedom
A-4.5 10 01430 Zablocki Papers (Acquired May 1984; housed in Department of Special Collections and University Archives)
A-4.5 10 01435 Zilber Student Services and Administrative Building