Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library1 linear foot 1 boxEdmund Ryan, SJ, assumed office as Seattle University's 19th President on June 6, 1975, but served only 133 days after inauguration. The collection is not comprehensive.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library1 linear foot 1 boxThis collection contains Washington State Articles of Incorporation for Seattle College (1898) and Seattle University (1948), Bylaws (1907-1971), Statutes (1947-1972), and revision documentation (1907-1972).Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library85 artifacts.This eclectic collection of trophies, awards and memorabilia recognizes Seattle University sports teams and individual athletes, both men and women, and coaching staff for achievement in various collegiate athletics events.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library11.0 linear feet 18 half boxes and 1 oversize boxThis historical collection of student athlete records contains selected individual biographies, player statistics, photographs, news clippings, scattered team photographs and the annual official men's and women's basketball programs and publicity materials. Primary coverage focuses on Seattle University's basketball programs with limited materials covering baseball, crew, golf, gymnastics, skiing, soccer, and tennis.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library2 linear feet 2 boxesThe School of Education was founded in 1935 and renamed the College of Education in July 2004. The collection contains historic accreditation reports, admissions brochures, and issues of the newsletter Banner for the years 1994-2008. The collection is not comprehensive or current.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library2 linear feet 2 boxesKenneth Baker, SJ served as the 17th president of Seattle University from January - November 1, 1970. This collection contains some files generated and compiled by Seattle University's Office of the President during his administration.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library14.5 linear feet 13 boxesJohn Fitterer, SJ served as the 16th president of Seattle University from 1965 until 1969. 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 Library6 linear feet (6 boxes)This collection of photographs includes headshot images of Seattle University faculty (1948-1980) with biographical information and vitae on selected faculty members.Contact InformationFinding Aid
Seattle University - A. A. Lemieux Library1 linear foot 1 boxFred H. Dore graduated from Seattle University (1943-1945) and served Washington State in a distinguished legislative career including terms as a Washington State legislator (1953-1974), a member of the Washington State Court of Appeals (1977-1980), and Justice of the Washington State Supreme Court (1980-1993), the last two years as Chief Justice. The collection is limited to personal course examinations and student term papers dating from Dore's two year enrollment at Seattle University.Contact InformationFinding Aid
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