Toomey, Lawrence Otto, 1903-1992 (Sc 2212), 2010 Western Kentucky University
Toomey, Lawrence Otto, 1903-1992 (Sc 2212), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2212. Lawrence Otto Toomey's memoir titled "Duty in the Medical Corps Reserves, May 11, 1942-January 30, 1966," dealing chiefly with his service in the Pacific during World War II. Also includes a copy of his obituary.
United Daughters Of The Confederacy - Louisville, Kentucky (Mss 315), 2010 Western Kentucky University
United Daughters Of The Confederacy - Louisville, Kentucky (Mss 315), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Collection 315. Minute book and membership roster of the Albert Sidney Johnston Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Louisville, Kentucky, 18 June 1897 to 9 May 1899.
Traughber, John, 1793-1867 - Letters To (Sc 2214), 2010 Western Kentucky University
Traughber, John, 1793-1867 - Letters To (Sc 2214), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2214. Three letters from family members in Lincoln County, North Carolina to John Traughber and his wife in Adairville, Logan County, Kentucky. The writers discuss the health of family members, crop prices, the discovery of gold, and, in a 17 March 1861 letter, the possibility of war.
Fascinating Rhythms: Celebrating The Music Of George Gershwin, 2010 Cedarville University
Fascinating Rhythms: Celebrating The Music Of George Gershwin, Beth Cram Porter
Music and Worship Faculty Performances
No abstract provided.
Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 85, No. 38, 2010 Western Kentucky University
Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 85, No. 38, Wku Student Affairs
WKU Archives Records
WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news.
Interview No. 1462, 2010 University of Texas at El Paso
Interview No. 1462, Fabian Landaverde S.
Mr. Landaverde briefly remembers his childhood talking about his hometown, and about playing and working in the lands along with his father; before he was a bracero, he entered the United States in 1951 to work in the railroad tracks in Colorado; in 1955, Mr. Landaverde, who was already married, went through the hiring process to become a bracero; he recalls going through the centers in Monterrey and El Paso, Texas; in addition, he explains that, because of his little knowledge in English, he helped as a translator in one of the centers; he also describes the hiring process where ...
Tyler, Sara Elizabeth, 1910-2001 (Sc 2215), 2010 Western Kentucky University
Tyler, Sara Elizabeth, 1910-2001 (Sc 2215), Manuscripts & Folklife Archives
MSS Finding Aids
Finding aid only for Manuscripts Small Collection 2215. Paper: "Pleasant J. Potter College for Young Ladies" written for a journalism class at Western Kentucky State Teachers College; also a reminscence about Bowling Green's First Christian Church as well as Tyler's obituary.
Removing Reds From The Old Red Scar: Maintaining And Industrial Peace In The East Tennessee Copper Basin From The Great War Through The Second World War, William Ronald Simson
This study considers industrial society and development in the East Tennessee Copper Basin from the 1890s through World War II; its main focus will be on the primary industrial concern, Tennessee Copper Company (TCC 1899), owned by the Lewisohn Group, New York. The study differs from other Appalachian scholarship in its assessment of New South industries generally overlooked. Wars and increased reliance on organic chemicals tied the basin to defense needs and agricultural advance. Locals understood the basin held expanding economic opportunities superior to those in the surrounding mountains and saw themselves as participants in the nation’s industrial and ...
Nationalism In Charles De Gaulle's Speeches During World War Ii, 2010 Brigham Young University - Provo
Nationalism In Charles De Gaulle's Speeches During World War Ii, Mayavel Amado
All Theses and Dissertations
In a world where conflicts and supranational entities have emerged, nationalism has become an important topic for scholars in different fields. While much debate exists on what this term actually means and encompass, little attention has been paid to the rhetoric of nationalist leaders. Through scholarly and popular literature nationalism has often been confused with patriotism and populism. This work intends to look at what nationalism is, based on patterns drawn from observations in the rhetoric of nationalist leaders (sometimes opposing them to populist rhetoric) and at the same time it intends to expose Charles de Gaulle's nationalism in ...
Terms Of Understanding: What Do Graduate Students Need To Know About Religious Literacy?, 2010 Boise State University
Terms Of Understanding: What Do Graduate Students Need To Know About Religious Literacy?, Michelle Payne
No abstract provided.
Rebecca Clarke's Shorter Pieces For Viola And Piano, 2010 Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Rebecca Clarke's Shorter Pieces For Viola And Piano, Carl Rahkonen
Houston, Texas. Solo Recital. March 19, 2010. Benefit Concert., 2010 University of Texas at El Paso
Houston, Texas. Solo Recital. March 19, 2010. Benefit Concert., Oscar E. Macchioni
Why Are Liberal Education's Friends Of So Little Help?, 2010 Butler University
Why Are Liberal Education's Friends Of So Little Help?, Marshall W. Gregory
Marshall W. Gregory
Emphasizes the need for college teachers to apply diligence in improving teaching methods towards the achievement of liberal education goals. Potential for teachers to advance knowledge and awareness on liberal education; Factors that can be attributed to the failure of colleges and universities in the U.S. to make progress in their liberal programs and aims; Ways to address liberal education issues.
Interview With Patrick Leahy By Brien Williams, 2010 Bowdoin College
Interview With Patrick Leahy By Brien Williams, Patrick J. Leahy
George J. Mitchell Oral History Project
Patrick Joseph Leahy was born in Montpelier, Vermont, on March 31, 1940. He was graduated from Saint Michael’s College in 1961 and Georgetown Law in 1964. Beginning in 1966, he was elected to four consecutive terms as Vermont state’s attorney in Chittenden County. At the age of 34, he became the youngest U.S. senator ever elected by Vermont, and he is the only elected Democrat from Vermont ever to serve in the U.S. Senate. During the 1980s, he was vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and chairman of the Agriculture, Nutrition ...
2009-2010 Reese's Pieces: Borrowed And Blue, 2010 Lynn University
2009-2010 Reese's Pieces: Borrowed And Blue, Marc Reese, Lisa Leonard, Terence Kirchgessner, Aaron Heine, Jeffrey Karlson, Nikola Nikolovski, David Stonecipher, Jaime Tyser, Alex Wiener
No abstract provided.
Lanthorn, Vol. 44, No. 49, March 18, 2010, 2010 Grand Valley State University
Lanthorn, Vol. 44, No. 49, March 18, 2010, Grand Valley State University
Volume 44, July 8, 2009 - June 7, 2010
Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.
Understanding Organizational Adoption Theories Through The Adoption Of A Disruptive Innovation: Five Cases Of Open Source Software, 2010 University of South Florida
Understanding Organizational Adoption Theories Through The Adoption Of A Disruptive Innovation: Five Cases Of Open Source Software, Delmer Nagy
Graduate Theses and Dissertations
This dissertation seeks to understand how organizations adopt a disruptive technology, open source software. Five cross-sectional case studies at municipal governments were performed using a theoretical model based off of eight organizational adoption theories. Results of the case studies highlight how each construct from each theory was present at the organizations. However each construct was of variable influence based upon organizational characteristics and the time or stage of adoption.
Junior Recital, 2010 University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Junior Recital, David Shepard, Jessica Kim, Harry Taylor, Mark Corbin, Nick Schmidt
List of performers and performances.
Interview No. 1463, 2010 University of Texas at El Paso
Interview No. 1463, Juventino Muñoz P.
Mr. Muñoz briefly recalls his family and childhood; he remembers his family living under good conditions having lands and animals; when he was around 12 years old his family lost everything and he had to quit school in order to work in the fields; he served in the Mexican military until he became a bracero in June of 1963; Mr. Muñoz recalls the entire process, including going through centers in Piedras Negras and Mexicali; in addition, he mentions going through medical examinations; as a bracero he worked in the cucumber fields in Michigan and then he worked on the lemon ...
Interview No. 1459, 2010 University of Texas at El Paso
Interview No. 1459, Jesus T. Castilleda
Mr. Castilleda briefly recalls his childhood and working in agriculture with his family; he crossed the border to work illegally in the cotton fields with his father when he was ten or twelve years old; he remembers that his uncles came as braceros and as soon as he turned eighteen he enlisted in the city of Monterrey; after enlisting, he went through contracting centers in Piedras Negras and Hidalgo, Texas; he remembers the medical exams they were put through; he worked in places like La Mesa and Big Springs, Texas, as well as in Tennessee and Arkansas, mainly on cotton ...