The Carleton College viewbook introduced the college to prospective students and their parents and to friends and prospective friends of the college. The publication included information relating to the campus and to student life as reflected in academics, student organizations, and sports and leisure time activities.The issues emphasizes Carleton as a pioneer liberal arts college in the Northwest.
Annual Duluth State Teachers College course catalog publication with announcements for the 1929-1930 school year. It details requirements for admission, general information, tuition, course of study and electives for high school graduates, a special course in elementary education, work and credits for college, faculty list, and enrolled students by year. Student's home town is noted. There are a few photographs of selected campus buildings. The State Normal School, founded in 1895, and registered its first students in September, 1902, changed names several times: State Normal School at Duluth (1895), Duluth State Normal School (1905), Duluth State Teachers College (1921), University of Minnesota, Duluth Branch (1947), University of Minnesota Duluth (1959)
University of Minnesota Duluth Kathryn A. Martin Library, University Archives
"A Day at Our Saint Paul Concordia" is a black and white, silent film that documents the lifestyle of a student at Concordia College, Saint Paul in the 1920s and 1930s. The film includes shots of the campus, dormitories, classroom instruction, a gymnasium class, a baseball game, and clips from a graduation ceremony. The film highlights many of Concordia's early professors: Martin A. H. Graebner (President), Herman Wollaeger, William Moenkemoeller, Ernest Lussky, Oswald Overn, Fred Wahlers, William Dobberfuhl, E. G. Richard Siebert, Paul Stor, and Oliver Harstad.
Exterior view of Shoemaker Hall. Opened in 1915, Shoemaker Hall has since served as a dormitory. It was named for Waite Shoemaker, an 1881 graduate of St. Cloud State, who served as a faculty member and then St. Cloud State president from 1902 to 1916. A south addition was completed in 1960.
A bulletin describing the course of study at Rochester Junior College for 1928-1929. Rochester Junior College changed its name and scope of discipline several times: University Department of Sourthern University (1915), Rochester Junior College (1917), Rochester Vocational Institute (1969), Rochester Community College (1973), and Rochester Community and Technical College (1996).
At the 37th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA), which was held September 4-7, 1929, Clara F. Baldwin was presented with a check of $250.00 and a book containing letters of appreciation from the members of the association. This was to recognize Clara Baldwin's thirty years of service to the Minnesota Library Association.
Resolution from the 37th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA), which was held September 4-7, 1929 at the Radisson Inn, Christmas Lake, Minnesota. The resolution states that the Minnesota Library Association express their appreciation to the executive committee for the excellent program, and other parties involved in organizing the conference.
Printed program for the 37th annual conference of the Minnesota Library Association (MLA), which was held September 4-7, 1929 at the Radisson Inn, Christmas Lake, Minnesota. Dorothy Hurlbert (Librarian, Hibbing Public Library) gave the President's Address, followed with the Welcome by Gratia A. Countryman (Librarian, Minneapolis Public Library). An evening reception followed, hosted by the Twin City Library Club.
Panoramic view of Hibbing High School Graduation Class of 1929 posed on and around the front steps of the Hibbing High School, Hibbing, Minnesota. The photograph is captioned: "Class - 1929 - Hibbing, Minn. "
Boys dressed in suits and girls in dresses are posed in front of the Elbow Lake Opera House with their diplomas. All wear a long-stemmed flowers on their lapels. The steeple of First Lutheran Church is seen in the background on the right. An old car is just behind the graduates on the right.
St. Benedict's Academy Preparatory to The College of St. Benedict; Sisters of the Order of Saint Benedict
1929-1930 is penciled in above 1928-1929 with the same contents printed. Forty-Sixth Year-Book was published for St. Benedict's Academy, Preparatory to The College of St. Benedict, St. Joseph, Minnesota. In the years 1926-1938, the Academy and College each published their own catalogues. Contents include calendar for 1929-30 pasted over calendar for 1928-29, location and communication and historical sketch. Description of buildings lists St. Cecilia, St. Gertrude and St. Therese Halls. Aims and scope, government, social life, campus and grounds, student organizations, general regulations, regulations for wardrobe, the academy, requirements for admission, reports and standings, academic courses, religion, graduating class of 1928, students, expenses for the scholastic year, extras and rules governing expenses are also included.