Seattle Pacific University. Office of University Relations.Seattle Pacific University145.0 linear feetThis collection contains Seattle Seminary elementary and high school records (1894-1950s) including ledgers, reports, student files and registration cards, correspondence and diplomas; Cascade College grades and student files; catalogs and admissions publications; Fine and Performing Arts programs; yearbooks; student publications (Falcon newspaper, Second Essence literary journal); films ("De Shazer," "Prescription for Doc," "Little Red Schoolhouse"); and other materials generated by the Office of University Communications. The collection also contains Le Shana radio series tapes, Madelon Schiesser files, some records of Wayne Clugston, admissions publications, catalogs, directories, faculty files, newsclippings, and other materials.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Seattle Pacific University3.0 linear feet. 3 boxes.This collection contains audio recordings, programs and musical scores. The recordings are of the Seattle Pacific College (now Seattle Pacific University) Oratorio Society and A Cappella Choir. Some of the recordings were broadcast on the Light and Life Hour or local radio.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Demaray, C. Dorr, 1901-1992.Seattle Pacific University5.0 linear feet.This collection contains five manuscript chapters of "Seattle Pacific University: The Centennial History, 1891-1991" an unpublished work by C. Dorr Demaray. The collection also contains Demaray's research, with documents on topics like student life, university departments, faculty and staff, university statistics, and university milestones.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
Beegle, Burton L., 1892-1960.Seattle Pacific University4.0 linear feet.This collection is a subject file of the following topics and materials: athletics, veterans and servicemen, student records, mathematics and physics course materials, exams, scholarship recipients, directories, Washington Conference, and faculty activities.Contact InformationFinding AidCatalog Record
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