This collection includes documents from the original Carnegie Grant in 1975, the Six-Year-College Task Force, extensive documentation and development of its unique curriculum, correspondence, minutes, speeches, press releases, marketing, and budgets.
A collection of interviews with prominent women associated with Seattle University as part of an oral history titled "Celebrating 70 Years of Women at Seattle University, 1933-2003." The interviews were recorded June 12-December 19, 2003 by Janet Bishop. The twenty-one participants include alumnae from the class of 1937 to the class of 2003, three deans, two librarians, a vice president, an associate provost, a registrar, an alumna daughter of a current faculty member, a faculty wife, and eight professors. A notable Seattle University alumna is Peggy Joan Maxie, the first African-American woman elected to the Washington State Legislature. The complete list of interviewees includes: Hamida Bosmajian, Theresa Earenfight, Patrick Howell SJ, Margaret Hudson, Jeanette Hulburt, Dolly Ito, Loretta Jancoski, Mary Alice Lee, Mary Anne Madsen, Peggy Joan Maxie, Becky McNamara, Toni Murdock, Virginia Parks, Jane Peterson, Jane Prouty Eliott, Sister Christopher Querin FCSP, Mary Ridge, Eileen ... Read More
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), his letters to friends, his homilies, testimonials to Logan, photographs of Logan and events honoring him such as birthdays (99th, 100th, 101th); the 65th HiYu reunion (2004); the dedication of Logan Field at Seattle University; a Seattle Times news article "Seattle U's Father Frank Logan" (July 14, 1996); his obituary, funeral program and homily (2004). This collection also includes the four foot carved, wood totem mascot affectionately called "HiYu."
This collection contains the annual reports from Seattle University's Office of the President. The report is titled President's Report from 1972 through 1974. Reports are missing for 1975 and 1976. From 1977 to 1988 the title changes to Annual Report. In 1989 the report resumes its previous title President's Report. Annual reports highlight campus activities, enrollment and financial statistics, endowment updates and often featured profiles of notable people affiliated with the university.
This 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; photographs of student cohorts.
Seattle University. Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons.
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library
30.5 linear feet (30 boxes, 1 half box)
This collection documents the administrative and operational functions of Seattle University's A.A. Lemieux Library. The records contain selected documents dated as early as 1939, but primarily date from 1965 through 2010. Included are alphabetical subject files from the Office of the University Librarian including faculty surveys on the use of the library (1982), miscellaneous reports, invoices, minutes, memos, circulation statistics (1946-2009), campaign for a new Lemieux Library (circa 1965), Lemieux Library building construction and dedication documents, photograph and programs (1965-1967), lists of donors, and scrapbooks of publicity newsclippings and programs from 1970-1981. Also included are documents and records relating to the planning, construction and dedication of the renovated and expanded Lemieux Library and McGoldrick Learning Commons (2004-2010).
This collection reflects the history and activities of the Guild from 1948-1978, including minutes from meetings, scrapbooks of newsclippings and vintage print programs. Special events included fashion shows featuring clothing from the shop of John Doyle Bishop in Seattle and exhibits featuring jewelry art designed by Salvador Dali.
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