Wilfrid Laurier University Library
The fonds consists of correspondence, minutes, publications, newspaper clippings, a scrapbook, and other material produced and accumulated by Carl Klinck. It is arranged in the following series: Canadian Officers' Training Corps; History of the Lutheran Church; Waterloo College history; Publications
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
The fonds consists of lecture notes, publications, minutes, correspondence and University related material composed and compiled by Ulrich S. Leupold. It is arranged in the following series: Research notes; Publications; Topical; Organizations/Commissions; Waterloo Lutheran University and Seminary; Books written or edited by Ulrich Leupold
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
The fonds consists of material created and accumulated by Alex Potter during his years at Waterloo College, including course notes, student papers, and examination questions
Wilfrid Laurier University Library
Flora Roy (1912 - ) was a professor at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Ontario from 1948 until 1993. Roy received her BA and MA from the University of Saskatchewan and her PhD from the University of Toronto. In 1948 she became a professor in the English Department at Waterloo College (now Wilfrid Laurier University), and served as Department Chair for 30 years. Roy retired from full time teaching in 1978 but continued to teach on a part-time basis until 1993. She received the Confederation Medal in 1967, Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Medal in 1978, Wilfrid Laurier University Language Arts Award in 1984, and the Wilfrid Laurier University Alumni Association Distinguished Educator award in 1995. In 1988 Flora Roy received an honorary degree from Wilfrid Laurier University
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1954-1957) of William H. Shehadi contain correspondence; newspaper clippings; and photographs related to activities in honor of Philip K. Hitti and in particular to the banquet given by the Alumni Association of the American University of Beirut (Lebanon) to mark Hitti's retirement in 1954
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1930-1969) of Kostis Tamias Argoe include published and unpublished articles; one-act plays; records of Greek American cultural organizations in Chicago, Ill.; scrapbooks; and correspondence and printed material related to the Cyprus issue. Articles include those written for The Greek Press by Argoe under his pseudonymn Tzimis Brouklis; and clippings from the United Community Echo. Records include those of the Hellenic Cultural Circle of Chicago (1951-1969) and the Peloponnesian Study Society of Chicago (1932-1963). Materials on the Cyprus issue include correspondence and leaflets of the Justice for Cyprus Committee; Cypriot government publications; and clippings from major newspapers. Most materials date from 1930-1932 and 1951-1969
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1948-1977) of Boleslaw Boym Szcześniak, a medievalist and scholar of East Asian History, consist largely of his and his family's personal correspondence. Also included are proceedings of the South Bend (Indiana) Polish Library (1914-1957) and a file pertaining to celebration of the Copernican Year (1973) in South Bend
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Alexeev taught Russian history at the University of Minnesota. Papers (n.d.) consist of a typescript of his work "Russians in America.".
University of Pennsylvania Archives
Primarily working files for marketing research projects directed by Alderson involving graduate students at Wharton School; also selected studies produced by Alderson and Sessions and used as teaching tools by Alderson
University of Pennsylvania Archives
Contains scrapbooks (1938-1970) which highlight his professional career; copies of his published books and articles as well as some manuscripts; his speeches and addresses (1954-1970); personal and professional correspondence (1950-1981); his working files relating to the Dept. of Physics, U. of Pennsylvania (1938-1953); lectures prepared for his physics courses; reprints of and notes on physics collected for personal reference; working files and correspondence relating to those civic, scientific -- and educational organizations in which he played significant roles; also includes photographs, portraits, diplomas, certificates, awards and other miscellaneous memorabilia

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