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Planning For The Future: Stuart, Florida, George W. Simons Jr Sep 1956

Planning For The Future: Stuart, Florida, George W. Simons Jr

City and Regional Planning -- Florida

A Comprehensive Plan on developing Stuart, Florida, 1956


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs May 1943

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 19, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Hilltopics
  • Looking Backward
  • Society – Personals
  • Faculty Notes
  • Alumni Flashes
  • Music Notes
  • At the Capitol - Movies
  • Weddings - Engagements
  • Spikes, Cleats & Sneakers
  • Daily Doings
  • Quotable Quotes
  • On the Western Front
  • The Service Column

This issue contains articles:

  • Western Offers Numerous Opportunities
  • Tandy Ellis Bequeaths Rare Gifts to Western
  • Dr. Marshall Murphree of Africa to Speak Here Tuesday
  • Muriel Dann to be Herald Editor-in-Chief
  • Roger Tuggle is Prisoner of War
  • Gift of Senior Class Presented
  • Vespers Will be Held During Summer Terms
  • Teachers Attending School This Summer to Participate in Fund
  • Chaplain William Smith Featured in Recent Issue of Army Paper
  • Hill Now Pre-Flight War College, Housing 321st CTD
  • From Foundation Upward
  • The Peace They Sought
  • College Heights Foundation Aids Many Students
  • Statement from Western’s President Paul L. Garrett
  • Bowling Green Offers Numerous Opportunities to College Students
  • Expenses at Western are Kept at Lowest Possible Figures
  • Operetta Given by Grade Group
  • Information is Given Regarding the Opportunities for Self-Support
  • Varied Offerings in Latin Listed
  • Work of French Club Exhibited
  • Accelerated Program in ROTC Has Been Highlight of this Year’s Many Changes
  • Mrs. Sue Semple is Poet Laureate
  • Lieut. Ray Teborek Missing in Action
  • Grise, Finley. And the Destinies of Our Children?
  • Three Publications Issued Regularly
  • History Department Gives Courses on Present Interantional Conflict
  • Date for Annual Speech Contests
  • College Gives Leave of Absence to Miss Julia Neal
  • Art Department Has Facilities of Best Quality
  • New Type of War Magazines Being Kept in Library
  • Students Heard in Recital Tuesday
  • Placement Bureau Report Shows Western Grads in Great Demand
  • Varied Courses Offered by the Psychology Department
  • Western Orchestra to be Presented
  • Two Speeches Delivered Yesterday by President Paul Garrett
  • Education Department Streamlines Program
  • Western Awarded Excellent Rating by Associated Collegiate Press Association for Two Successive Years
  • Popular Books at Library
  • Western Claims Origination of Point System
  • Outline of Living Accomodations is Made for Prospective Students
  • Flag Courtesy
  • Miss Sibyl Stonecipher has Article in Kentucky Journal
  • German Offered
  • Dessie Barlow is Soloist in Chapel
  • Fall Term to Open Sept. 24, 25
  • Each Class Has Regular Sponsor
  • Timely Conferences Between Faculty Members and Library Staff Have Been Held Monthly
  • Student Makes Ape-Man Model – Shirleybell McClure
  • Recitals to be Given Tuesday and Thursday
  • Hsitory Head is News Analyst – Arndt Stickles
  • Boys State Will be Held at Kentucky Military Institute Later in Month
  • Kentucky Library & Museum are Recipients of Numerous Gifts During Past Year
  • Class Meetings Held May 11
  • Complete Course in Smith-Hughes Home Economics Offered to Western Students; Home Management House is Laboratory
  • High School and College Courses are Offered by Extension Department at Western
  • Compositions, Programs Produced by Versatile Staff of Music Department
  • Every Effort is Made to Safeguard the Health of Western’s Students
  • George Riggs Speaks in Chapel
  • Vital Defense Jobs and Technical Fields Claim Many Physics Students
  • Wayne Ridley to be Member of Riverside Staff
  • Many Positions are Now Open for ...


Ua1c11/29 Franklin Studio Photograph Collection, Franklin Studio, Wku Archives Jan 1940

Ua1c11/29 Franklin Studio Photograph Collection, Franklin Studio, Wku Archives

WKU Archives Records

Photographs of WKU campus created by Franklin Studios between 1930 and 1940 arranged in numerical order. Images are generally numbered and duplicates are found throughout the WKU Archives Photograph Collections, especially for individual buildings.


Ua99/1 Scrapbook 7, Bgbu President's Office Jan 1933

Ua99/1 Scrapbook 7, Bgbu President's Office

WKU Archives Records

Scrapbook created by BGBU president J. Lewie Harman of speeches, photographs, postcards, poetry, correspondence and political cartoons on a variety of topics. Many items are not dated. The earliest dated item is from 1923 and the latest is from 1933.


Ua30/1/1 Refrigerator & Storage Basement, Wku Planning, Design & Construction Jan 1930

Ua30/1/1 Refrigerator & Storage Basement, Wku Planning, Design & Construction

WKU Archives Records

Architectural drawings of refrigeration and storage basement, probably part of the Agricultural Pavilion which was on main campus from 1931-1962. There is no date on the drawings. There is an entry way into the cattle barn.


Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 1, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs Nov 1925

Ua12/2/1 College Heights Herald, Vol. 1, No. 16, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

WKU campus newspaper reporting campus, athletic and Bowling Green, Kentucky news. Regular features include:

  • Alumni News
  • Athletics
  • Campus Opinion
  • Chapel
  • Club News
  • Editorials
  • News Heard Around the Campus
  • Personals
  • Society
  • Under the Church Spires

This issue contains articles:

  • Gov. Fields Dedicates the Training School
  • Western Holds Centre – 13-0
  • Dedication Visitors Guests at Banquet
  • Third District Teachers Ass’n Have Successful Session at T.C.
  • W.H. Raymond was Builder of Fine Job
  • Paul Whiteman & Orchestra in Program
  • Hardware is Russell & Erwin Brand
  • Bush Bricks Employed in Construction
  • Quarries of B.G. Company Supply Stone
  • F.C.G. Club Has 2 ...


Letterhead And Envelope: The Windsor, Jacksonville, Florida Jan 1920

Letterhead And Envelope: The Windsor, Jacksonville, Florida

Print Materials from the Richard Mette Collection

Stationary and envelope printed with the Hotel Windsor Jacksonville Florida facing Hemming Park. Robert R. Meyer, Proprietor. Jerry R. Caldwell, Manager. The Windsor A Meyer Hotel printed on the envelope. Box: 4 No. 32 (M# 63)


Bird's Eye View Of The City Of Omaha, Nebraska, 1868 Dec 1867

Bird's Eye View Of The City Of Omaha, Nebraska, 1868

Nebraskiana Publications

Omaha, Nebraska in 1868 (bird's-eye view)