Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library10 linear feet 10 boxesSeattle University's Matteo Ricci College offers an undergraduate bachelor of humanities degree in a unique six year program that combines three years of high school and three years on the Seattle University campus.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library1 linear foot 2 half boxesThis collection contains historic records relating to the Seattle University Doctoral Program in Educational Leadership from 1975-1991; including core course syllabi, calendars, objectives, and major assignment descriptions; sub-core course seminar agendas; dissertation or project committees for the first fifteen classes; and photographs of student cohorts.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library15 scrapbooksThis collection contains a total of fifteen oversize scrapbooks of news clippings from 1951-1959 and 1970-1975, highlighting Seattle University men's basketball teams, with scattered articles on golf, tennis and baseball.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library1 linear foot 1 boxSeattle University's Graduate Council was a standing committee from 1957 until the mid-1990's. This collection contains material from 1957-1971.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library5.0 linear feet 2 half boxes, and 1 artifact measuring 4' x 2' x 7" (H x W x D)This collection contains photographs, songbooks, and memorabilia of the HiYu Coulee Hiking Club and its Seattle University alumni members; also included: selected memorabilia of Fr. Frank Logan, SJ (1902-2004).Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library71 audio cassettesA collection of interviews with prominent women associated with Seattle University as part of an oral history project titled Celebrating 70 Years of Women at Seattle University, 1933-2003Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library33 linear feet 30 boxes and 53 artifactsA.A. Lemieux, SJ served as the 15th president of Seattle University from 1948 until 1965, and also as Chancellor from 1976 until his death in 1979. Father Lemieux was recognized as a vibrant ambassador, civic leader, extraordinary fundraiser and one of the most successful presidents in Seattle University history. This collection contains the files generated and compiled by Seattle University's Office of the President during his administration.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library0.5 linear foot 1 half boxThe College Forum was an internal publication in Seattle University's College of Arts and Sciences and featured the writings of its faculty on a variety of topics in the humanities.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library7 linear feet 2 boxes, 1 half box, 3 oversize containers and 1 oversized posterThis collection of John F. Kennedy memorabilia was assembled by Anthony Bischoff, SJ from 1960 to 1971 to honor the first Catholic President of the United States.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library19.5 linear feet 18 boxes and 1 oversized boxEdwin Mortimer Standing (1887-1967) was the primary compiler of this collection that became the basis for the Montessori Teacher Training Program at Seattle University from 1968 to 1986. William J. Codd, SJ was the first director of the program.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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