PHOTOGRAPHS AND GENERAL INFORMATION FILES
DIGITIZED PHOTOGRAPHS

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A-4.5 10 Army ROTC
A-4.5 10 Band 
A-4.5 10 Barracks (606 N. 13th St. Built in the winter of 1945 and spring of 1946 as temporary classrooms for the huge influx of returning veterans; these structures were razed in 1960; two wooden halls were given to MU by War Assets Administration which were placed south of the Dental School; other makeshift quarters were located behind the Union building.)
A-4.5 10 Baseball
A-4.5 10 Basketball, Men's: 1916-1950, 1951-1959, 1960-1966, 1967-1974, 1974-1977, 1978-1983, 1984-1986 1987-1989
D-6 2.1 Basketball, Men's: 1975-1976 from The Hilltop
A-4.5 10 Basketball, (Men's), NCAA Championship, 1977
A-4.5 10 Biltmore Apartments (1343 W. Wisconsin Ave., acquired in 1986 for graduate student housing; razed in 2001 for the John P. Raynor, S.J. Library)
A-4.5 10 Bonifas Hall (612 North 15th St., named after Mr. and Mrs. William Bonifas of Escanaba, Michigan; acquired in 1953; women's dormitory 1955-1972; razed 1972)
A-4.5 10 Brooks Hall (605 N. 13th St., formerly "Bachelor's Hotel;" purchased in 1940; converted to dormitory; became Noonan Hall [See File #00990] in 1953; razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 Brooks Memorial Union (620 N. 14th St.) 1953-1990, interior, with people
A-4.5 10 Campion Hall (3131 W. Highland Ave. Women's dormitory; purchased September, 1953; sold 1964)
A-4.5 10 Campus Aerial Views, 1945-1960; 1960-1964; 1965-1969
A-4.5 10 Campus, Lower
A-4.5 10 Campus, Upper
A-4.5 10 Campus, Winter Scenes
A-4.5 10 Canisius Hall (604 N. 13th St. Acquired in 1930; housed Science and Engineering Libraries until opening of Memorial Library)
A-4.5 10 Carillon, Construction and Dedication (Marquette Hall tower, a gift of Mrs. John C. Dwan, 1967) 
A-4.5 10 Carmel Hall (610 N. 17th St.)
A-4.5 10 Carpenter Hall (617 N. 13th St. Named after Matthew H. Carpenter [Board of Governors and benefactor of MU]. Built in 1923; converted to classrooms in 1953; remodeled in 1982 to house offices and student organizations; razed in August 1992.)
A-4.5 10 (M.) Carpenter Tower (716 N. 11th St. Named after Matthew H., Michael, Mary Carpenter of Milwaukee's C. Baking Co.; formerly Catholic Knight Hotel; rented by Marquette since 1956; acquired in 1960)

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A-4.5 10 Chorus/Choirs; 2 folders
A-4.5 10 Cobeen Hall (729 N. 11th St. Women's residence hall named after Charles Cobeen ('20); former LaSalle Hotel; acquired by MU in 1963)
A-4.5 10 Copus Hall (553 N. 13th St. Purchased in 1950; housed Journalism and Band; razed in 1976)
A-4.5 10 Crew, Men's and Women's
A-4.5 10 Dance
A-4.5 10 Dentistry: Alumni, Buildings, Clinic, Equipment, Faculty, Migrant Health Clinic, Students
A-4.5 10 Drexel Lodge (1120 W. Michigan Ave. Purchased in 1920; became housing for young women students; razed in 1969; named after Mother Katherine Drexel; 1920-1924 housed men's student union)
A-4.5 10 Duffey Hall (1317 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after William R. Duffey, first director of the School of Speech, purchased about 1950; razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 Educational Opportunity Program
A-4.5 10 Engineering, School of: Faculty, Classroom, Students, Engineering Building.
A-4.5 10 Engineering Students
A-4.5 10 Fencing
A-4.5 10 Football,   1881-1920; Cotton Bowl, 1937  (SEE ALSO: B-2.23)
A-4.5 10 Fraternities
A-4.5 10 Golf, Men's
A-4.5 10 Gesu Church
A-4.5 10 Gesu Parish and School (555 N. 13th St. Razed in 1968)
A-4.5 10 Grandmora Hall (635 N. 13th St. and 1309 W. Wisconsin Ave. Acquired in 1959; housed humanities; razed in 1977)
A-4.5 10 Greenhouse (Located behind Science Building, renovated 1952; razed 1960)
A-4.5 10 Hughes Hall (1123B W. Michigan Ave. Razed July, 1964)
A-4.5 10 Hockey

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Series Folder Title
A-4.5 10 Homecoming Pre-19601960s, 1970s, 1980s 
A-4.5 10 Housing
A-4.5 10 Hughes Hall (1123B W. Michigan Ave. Razed July, 1964)
A-4.5 10 Intramurals
A-4.5 10 (St.) Joan of Arc Chapel  (Reconstructed 15th century Rhone River Valley chapel, a gift of Mr. and Mrs. Marc B. Rojtman, 1966) Lyon France , Long Island, Reconstruction, Dedication, Interior Views, Exterior Views, Fountain
A-4.5 10 Johnston Hall  (1121 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after Robert A., Johnston, Marquette benefactor; building opened in May 1907)
A-4.5 10 Judo Club
A-4.5 10 Jesuits at Marquette
A-4.5 10 Karate Club
A-4.5 10 Lacrosse, Men's
A-4.5 10 Lalumiere Lodge (1124 W. Michigan St. Temporarily housed modern language department, razed in 1967)
A-4.5 10 Law School:  Students; FacultyBuilding (1103 W. Wisconsin Ave. Named after Frank J. Sensenbrenner, 1924)
A-4.5 10 Library, Annex
A-4.5 10 Library, Memorial, Construction
A-4.5 10 Lisette Hall
A-4.5 10 Lisette Lodge (3200 W. Highland Blvd. Donated by Fred Miller in 1941; women's dormitory, sold 1962; named after Mrs. Miller. House built in 1901) (SEE ALSO: D-1)
A-4.5 10 Lourdes Hall (3201 W. Highland Blvd. Home acquired September 1952; women's dormitory, sold 1964)
(SEE ALSO: D-1)
A-4.5 10 Mackie Home (11th Street and Wisconsin [Grand] Avenue.  Private residence, original home of the MU Law School.   Acquired in1910; razed in 1923; site of Sensenbrenner Hall.)

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A-4.5 10 Marquette College (Located at 10th and State St.; dedicated in 1881; vacated by Marquette College in 1906; razed in 1970); Students/Graduates; Buildings     
A-4.5 10 McCormick Hall: Social Activities and People, Building
A-4.5 10 McGuire, Al, "Al's Run" (SEE ALSO: Digital Biographical Collection)
A-4.5 10 Medicine, School of (pre-1932; 4th and Reservoir Streets)
A-4.5 10 Medicine, School of (4th and Reservoir Streets)
A-4.5 10 Merrity Hall (1717 W. Wisconsin Ave. Purchased from AMUW in 1953, women's dormitory, sold in 1976)
A-4.5 10 Monitor Hall (619 N. 16th St. Formerly Monitor Hotel; purchased 29 May 1943 to house Navy V-12 men; transferred to Union 17 November 1943 to use as a residence; now houses Speech Pathology and Audiology Departments as well as the Speech and Hearing Rehabilitation Center)
A-4.5 10 Music, College (Began as Conservatory in 1911, housed in leased building on 10th and Wells Streets (See File #00970); moved to John Plankinton Mansion in 1918; became college in 1920; due to Depression and escalating costs the College of Music closed in 1930)
A-4.5 10 Navy ROTC
A-4.5 10 Navy V-12 Program, 1944-1946 
A-4.5 10 Nicolas Hall (731 N Lath St. Razed ca. 1982)
A-4.5 10 Noonan Hall (605 N. 13th St. Men's dormitory; purchased in September 1940; first named Brooks Hall; became Noonan Hall in 1953; razed in 1968)

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A-4.5 10 Nursing: General; Alumni; Capping CeremonyCelebrations; Clark Building, 1980-; Clinical Institute; Community Activities; Dormitory (195 N. 9th St. Now site of Wisconsin Club's parking lot.)   Faculty and Staff ; St. Joseph's Hospital, 1963-St. Joseph's Training School for Nurses (SEE ALSO: Nursing Scrapbooks, C-6 Series 3.2 and Digital Biographical Collection )
A-4.5 10 Nursing Students:  Social Life, Classroom, General, Group, Hospital Work, Individuals; Pinning Ceremony
A-4.5 10 O'Donnell Hall
A-4.5 10 O'Donnell Lecture
A-4.5 10 Pere Jacques Marquette, Monuments, Commemorations
A-4.5 10 Pere Marquette Dinner (Teaching Award), 1960-1969, 1970-1975, 1976-19881989-
A-4.5 10 Pere Marquette Discovery Award
A-4.5 10 Residence Life
A-4.5 10 Rugby
A-4.5 10 Sailing Club
A-4.5 10 Ski Club

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A-4.5 10 Soccer
A-4.5 10 Sororities
A-4.5 10 Sororities, Chi Sigma Chi
A-4.5 10 Spaulding Hall (742 N. 14th St. Razed 1968)
A-4.5 10 Speech, College of: Faculty, Students, Building, Classroom, Speech and Hearing Clinic, MU Players, Radio and Television Production
A-4.5 10 Stadium, Marquette
A-4.5 10 Tennis - Men's
A-4.5 10 Tennis, Milwaukee Classic
A-4.5 10 Tennis-Women's
A-4.5 10 Men's Track/Cross Country Unidentified; pre-1950; 1951-19601961-1970; 1971-1980; 1981-1990  (SEE ALSO: B.2-23)
A-4.5 10 Track and Field/Court of Honor/Meets
A-4.5 10 Varsity Varieties   
A-4.5 10 Women's Basketball 
A-4.5 10 Women's Soccer
A-4.5 10 Women's Volleyball
A-4.5 10 Wrestling
A-4.5 10 Xavier Hall (3311 W. Highland Blvd. Women's dormitory; sold to Concordia College, 1966)