This collection contains commencement programs for Seattle College and Seattle University. The 1911, 1915, and 1916 commencements are represented with a photocopied invitation and program. Beginning in 1926 and accruing annually, each program is an original and begins listing the names of all graduates. By the 1950's the programs continue to list all graduates while adding awards, honorary degree recipients, and occasionally members of the Board of Regents and the Board of Trustees. This collection also includes a few supplement programs specific to student "Awards and Honors" by college (1962-68); scattered annual programs for baccalaureate mass, and a few commencement speeches: William P. Blatty, SJ (1974),William J. Sullivan, SJ (1996); and Timothy Eagan and Mark Pigott (2012). The collection is not comprehensive.
This collection contains personal student examinations and academic papers from courses taken by Dore at Seattle University (1943-1945), newspaper clippings and a copy of Dore's inaugural address as Washington State's Chief Justice (1991-1993).
This collection contains one scrapbook with news clippings chronicling Richard Brennan's high school (Long Island, New York), Wilmington Junior College (North Carolina) and Seattle University basketball careers (1955-1962); Chieftain game programs; individual and team photographs, and a white and gold uniform jersey (#55) worn by Elgin Baylor during practice scrimmages as a Chieftain player and subsequently passed along and worn by Brennan during his two year career at Seattle University. The collection also contains two DVDs: (1) 1961 NCAA game (Seattle U and Oregon State), (2) 1962 "Scouting Report" (Vince Cazzetta); and two VHS cassettes: (1) 1961 Chieftain game at Seattle Center Arena, (2) 1962 "Sweet 16-Seattle University" NCAA championship that Brennan received from Vince Cazzetta, former Seattle University basketball coach. Also included is a Seattle University 1963 commencement program listing Mr. Brennan among the graduates.
This small, eclectic collection of materials from Seattle University's Fine Arts Department includes annual calendar-of-events (2003-2007), scattered programs of play productions (undated), poster of the dedication of the Fine Arts Building (1992), dedication program for the Lee Center for the Arts (2006), various exhibit postcards for both the Kinsey Gallery and Hedreen Gallery, and a Development Feasibility Study for the Seattle University Performing Arts Center (2001). Also included is sheet music for "Alma Mater" composed by Edward K. Ottum, circa 1950. This collection is not comprehensive.
This collection contains the records generated and compiled by Seattle University's Office of the President during the administration of A.A. Lemieux, SJ, the University's 15th president (1948-1965). The files include information on academic programs, accreditations, athletics, budgets, campus building projects, conferences, fundraising and grant proposals, and many other topics. Also included are reports, speeches, memorabilia, awards, and photographs.
This collection contains news releases related to Seattle University activities and events during the period 1966-1973 when Fred A. Cordova was Director of Public Information at Seattle University. The collection is arranged by topic and date, such as academic events, admissions news, alumni association news, athletic events, commencements, fund drives, Homecoming, Lemieux Library, ROTC, Society of Jesus ordinations and jubilees, campus student clubs, and the Seattle University Women's Guild.
This collection contains the files generated and compiled by Seattle University's Office of the President during the administration of Kenneth Baker, SJ. The collection consists of correspondence, reports and news articles. This collection is not comprehensive.
Seattle University. Committee for the Japanese Remembrance Garden.
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library
2.5 linear feet. 1 scrapbook box.
The Japanese Remembrance Garden, located east of Hunthausen Hall on the Seattle University campus, honors the partnership between Seattle University and the Japanese American community. This collection contains planning documents, minutes, and reports of the university's Japanese American Remembrance Garden Committee from 2004-2006. The collection also includes artifacts, news clippings, photographs, and photocopies of memorabilia relevant to family histories and internment at Minidoka Relocation Camp during World War Two; documents from the Minidoka Reunion (2003) including the newspaper The Minidoka Irrigator and Nisei Veterans newsletter; selected sermons and photographs of Father Leopold H. Tibesar (1898-1970), who was a Maryknoll priest and friend to the Japanese community; landscape maps highlighting the campus garden designs of master gardener Fujitaro Kubota and his son Tom Kubota; a copy of Anna Tamura's Gardens Below the Watchtower: Gardens and Meaning in World War II ... Read More
The collection contains accreditation reports for 1964-1965, 1967, 1975-1976 and 1995, admissions brochures, and issues of the newsletter Banner for the years 1994-2008. The collection is not comprehensive.
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