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Arkansas City Directories, 1871-1995 Dec 1995

Arkansas City Directories, 1871-1995

SARA finding aids

This collection contains city directories for the state of Arkansas.


Pax Yearbook 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy Dec 1995

Pax Yearbook 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy

The Pax, 1927; 1946-2020

Yearbook of Subiaco Abbey and Academy for the 1994-1995 school year.


Subiaco Guide 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy Dec 1995

Subiaco Guide 1995, Subiaco Abbey And Academy

The Subiaco Guide, 1902-1992

Course catalog and directory for Subiaco Academy, entitled "The Subiaco Guide," for the 1995-1996 school year.


Governor’S Task Force On The Retention Of Historic State Records Collection, 1994-1995 Dec 1995

Governor’S Task Force On The Retention Of Historic State Records Collection, 1994-1995

Finding aids

This collection contains the papers of the Governor's Task Force on the Retention of Historic State Records, 1994-1995.


Commission For Arkansas' Future Records, 1989-1995 Dec 1995

Commission For Arkansas' Future Records, 1989-1995

Finding aids

This collection includes the papers and correspondence of the commission's Executive Director (Pat Lile), minutes of commission meetings, surveys, grant proposals and reports, organizational papers, general correspondence, publicity and news clippings, brochures and publications, records of teleconferences and local public meetings, along with drafts of progress and final reports of the commission.


John Shoemaker Manuscripts, 1995 Dec 1995

John Shoemaker Manuscripts, 1995

Finding aids

This collection contains two stories written by John Shoemaker and one photograph.


Robert B. Davis Collection, 1971-1995 Dec 1995

Robert B. Davis Collection, 1971-1995

Finding aids

This collection contains publications written by and about Robert B. Davis. It also includes a booklet and photographs from the Arkansas Semi-Centennial Oil Celebration in El Dorado, Arkansas, and tapes and a transcript from an interview of Nellie Flournoy-Swilley conducted in 1979 concerning the residents of Union County in the latter half of the 19th and early 20th centuries.


C. Dale Hopkins Interview For The 1913 Dayton Flood Oral Survivors Histories Collection, Dale C. Hopkins, Jeff Moyer, Mark R. Lyons Dec 1995

C. Dale Hopkins Interview For The 1913 Dayton Flood Oral Survivors Histories Collection, Dale C. Hopkins, Jeff Moyer, Mark R. Lyons

1913 Flood Survivors Oral Histories (MS-296)

Jeff Moyer interviewed C. Dale Hopkins on December 11, 1995 for the 1913 Dayton, Ohio Flood Survivors Oral History project. In the interview Mr. Hopkins discusses his experiences as a child during the flood.


The Grizzly, December 5, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Beatrice May, Kim Ryan, Colin Tucker, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Jared Rakes, Andrew Price, Melissa Forbes, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Robert Dawley Dec 1995

The Grizzly, December 5, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Beatrice May, Kim Ryan, Colin Tucker, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Jared Rakes, Andrew Price, Melissa Forbes, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Robert Dawley

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Concerns About Commencement • Bohanak Injured in Accident • Dean Search Committee Appointed • Science: Fact or Fiction? • Lower Prices = Lower Quality • No One is Going to Starve • Religion as a Basis for Morality? • Fun With the Subjunctive • Letters to the Editor • The Beatles Anthology • Messiah a Success • Bears Surprise NYU • Bears Open Conference Play with Two Wins • Ortman Starts Season with a Bang • Teams Begin Season with Wins


Still Another Hidden Hand Presidency?: The Presidential Leadership Style Of Abraham Lincoln And Dwight Eisenhower, Thomas Turner Dec 1995

Still Another Hidden Hand Presidency?: The Presidential Leadership Style Of Abraham Lincoln And Dwight Eisenhower, Thomas Turner

Bridgewater Review

No abstract provided.


John Muir Newsletter, Winter 1995/96, John Muir Center For Regional Studies Dec 1995

John Muir Newsletter, Winter 1995/96, John Muir Center For Regional Studies

John Muir Newsletters

John Muir Newsletter winter 1995-96 university of the pacific volume 6, number 1 HOW I FOUND SMOKEY JACK'S CAMP AND TWENTY-HILL HOLLOW ByRobert Bauer (Editor's note: When not raising turkeys, Robert Bauer is a graduate student in anthropology at California State University, Stanislaus, working on a master's thesis that places Muir and his work in the context of the land and people of the Sierra foothills between the Merced and Tuolumne rivers.) John Muir first came to eastern Merced County in 1868 by a circuitous route. Following a botanzing trip through Florida and Cuba, he was taken ...


Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 17, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections Dec 1995

Muhlenberg County Heritage Volume 17, Number 4, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Muhlenberg County Heritage

“The Muhlenberg County [Kentucky] Heritage” was published four times a year by the Muhlenberg County Genealogical Society in Greenville, Kentucky, from 1978 to 2001. The cover title sometimes appears as “The Heritage.” The publication’s purpose was to support the society and to publish information about the genealogy, culture, and history of Muhlenberg County. A separate annual index was printed each year for volumes 1-14. Afterwards, each issue was indexed separately. Generally, the index is to surnames only.


The Grizzly, November 21, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Alicia Darby, Kristen Schumann, Joseph Catalfano, Beatrice May, Melissa Forbes, Christine Sofka, Jared Rakes, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Laurie Falcone, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Douglas Nagy, Keith Brand Nov 1995

The Grizzly, November 21, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Alicia Darby, Kristen Schumann, Joseph Catalfano, Beatrice May, Melissa Forbes, Christine Sofka, Jared Rakes, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Laurie Falcone, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Douglas Nagy, Keith Brand

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

The Quad Joins the Information Superhighway • Was Darwin Right?: Dr. Philip Johnson Discusses Evolution • Women are Moving "Beyond The Double Bind" • From Bed to Class in 3 Seconds Flat • Ursinus' Tutoring Program • A New Music Revolution • The Great Pizza Caper • Welcome to the Miserable World of a Homosexual • God and the GOP • Dr. Nagy: Challenging the Claims • We're Not Secure! • Final Exam Schedule • Alumna Spotlight: Janene Paist • Alien Lands at Ursinus: Observes Strange Life Forms • Flag Football Special • Lady Bears Contend For Mobil Championship • Season Opening Tourney Yields Split • Bears Place Four on Centennial All-Conference Team


Abwa (November 1995), Department Of Library Special Collections Nov 1995

Abwa (November 1995), Department Of Library Special Collections

The Colonelette

On September 22, 1949, Shirley Cupp, Irma Beisel, Frances Stuckey and Mr. Hilary Bufton Jr. met in a coffee shop in downtown Kansas City to incorporate the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). Jean Fulkerson helped start The Kentucky Colonels Chapter on 3 June 1964 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Twenty-six women met at Western Hills Restaurant and elected Linda Sidebottom as the first president. Besides providing professional development opportunities for local businesswomen, the Chapter gave scholarships to women furthering their education, and held social and recognition events throughout the year. Their newsletter, “The Colonelette,” was started in June 1964. Also ...


The Grizzly, November 14, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Kristen Schumann, Christy Kenny, Brandy Mclachlan, Todd Brenneman, Stephanie Klenk, Theresa Tiriro, Laurie Falcone, Joseph Catalfano, Vicky Wilkins, Colin Tucker, Erin Gorman, Erin Gambeski, Kim Ryan, Melissa Forbes, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff Nov 1995

The Grizzly, November 14, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Kristen Schumann, Christy Kenny, Brandy Mclachlan, Todd Brenneman, Stephanie Klenk, Theresa Tiriro, Laurie Falcone, Joseph Catalfano, Vicky Wilkins, Colin Tucker, Erin Gorman, Erin Gambeski, Kim Ryan, Melissa Forbes, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Date of Graduation to Change • Election Day '95: The Results are in! • European Adventure • Women Taking Action Through Self-Defense • Jamieson to Speak • Job Club on Campus • Pi Nu Epsilon Sponsors Messiah Chat • Can-tastic! • Debate: King of Prussia Renovations • Talk Show Circus • What I Think • How Can You Say That God is the Truth? • The Only True Judge is God • Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble to Perform Saturday • Going Medieval on the Mall • The Tempest a Success • Ethnic-American Writers Series Presents Lisa Jones • The Bookstore is Changing: Voice Your Opinion • Philosophy Major Now Available • Football Falls to Dickinson, 27-12 • Runners Compete ...


The Grizzly, November 7, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Beatrice May, Heidi Mcmichael, Kristen Schumann, Melissa Forbes, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Kimiko Trott, Christy Kenny, Heather Kerlin, Denelle Godek, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler Nov 1995

The Grizzly, November 7, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Beatrice May, Heidi Mcmichael, Kristen Schumann, Melissa Forbes, Anne-Marie Mcmahon, Kimiko Trott, Christy Kenny, Heather Kerlin, Denelle Godek, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

The Inauguration of President John Strassburger • Colloquium Report • Dilemma After Dark • The Truth About the Honor Code • Canned Food Drive a Success • Rabin Assassinated • Canada Remains Unified • Enough is Enough • Dr. Oboler Responds • Homosexuality: It Doesn't Have to Last Forever • There is More Than One Christian View • A Parent's View • A Big Thank You! • Inauguration Day • Making Ursinus Whole • And the Verdict is... • New Additions in Zack's • Snell Cup Comes Home • Season Ends with Win • Football Team Avoids Centennial Cellar


Reviewed Work: From Swastika To Jim Crow: Refugee Scholars At Black Colleges By Gabrielle Simon Edgcomb, Edna Greene Medford Nov 1995

Reviewed Work: From Swastika To Jim Crow: Refugee Scholars At Black Colleges By Gabrielle Simon Edgcomb, Edna Greene Medford

History Department Faculty Publications

No abstract provided.


The Octofoil, November/December 1995, Ninth Infantry Division Association Nov 1995

The Octofoil, November/December 1995, Ninth Infantry Division Association

The Octofoil

The Octofoil is the offical publication of the Ninth Infantry Division Association, Inc., an organization formed by the officers and men of the 9th Infantry Division in order to perpetuate the memory of fallen comrades, preserve the esprit de corps of the Division, promote peace and serve as an information bureau about the 9th Infantry Division. The Association is made up of 9th Infantry veterans from WWII and Vietnam, spouses, widows and lineal descendants.


Reviewed Work: From Swastika To Jim Crow: Refugee Scholars At Black Colleges By Gabrielle Simon Edgcomb, Edna Greene Medford Oct 1995

Reviewed Work: From Swastika To Jim Crow: Refugee Scholars At Black Colleges By Gabrielle Simon Edgcomb, Edna Greene Medford

Edna Greene Medford

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, October 31, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Christy Kenny, Raquel Szlanic, Tarik Qasim, Laurie Falcone, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Keith Nunnellee, Todd Brenneman, Dave Webb, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Denelle Godek, Keith Brand, Douglas Nagy Oct 1995

The Grizzly, October 31, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Joanna Doyle, Christy Kenny, Raquel Szlanic, Tarik Qasim, Laurie Falcone, Brandy Mclachlan, Colin Tucker, Keith Nunnellee, Todd Brenneman, Dave Webb, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff, Denelle Godek, Keith Brand, Douglas Nagy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Drug Raid at Graterford Prison • Inauguration Day • Ruby Update • Better Safe Than Sorry • Ursinus Students, Parents to Co-Sponsor "Can-a-Thon" for Needy • Trick or Treaters Invade Quad • Debate: Censorship • Dr. Nagy Responds • Homophobia is not Closed-Mindedness • It Wasn't About Farrakhan • March for Family Value Restoration • Truth, Justice, and the American Way • Ignorance Breeds Fear • Homosexuality is a Choice • Ursinus Choir and Meistersingers Perform Works by Purcell • An Evening Perspective • The Parable of the Beach • Spotlight: Beatrice May • B.Y.O.! • Soccer Defeats Cabrini, Falls to Muhlenberg • Field Hockey Drops Decisions to St. Joe's and Rutgers • Harries Compete in CC ...


The Grizzly, October 24, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Beatrice May, Todd Brenneman, Alicia Darby, Kim Ryan, Melissa Forbes, Vince Blando, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Robin Loiacono, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler Oct 1995

The Grizzly, October 24, 1995, Marc Ellman, Mark Leiser, Beatrice May, Todd Brenneman, Alicia Darby, Kim Ryan, Melissa Forbes, Vince Blando, Joanna Doyle, Colin Tucker, Joel Schofer, Robin Loiacono, Charlie Weingroff, Regina Oboler

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

The Results Are In: Chi Rho Psi Recruited the Most Donors per Pledge • Mocktails 'n More • Senior Class Update • Join the Army! • The Pressures Make us "Miserable" • De-Americanizing America • Infringing on a "Conducive Learning Environment?" • Why Keep Pushing? • My View on Abortion • The Million Man Exclusion • It is About Respect • In Need of Answers • Our Perspectives on Homosexuality • Homosexuality: Not an "Alternative" • Morality of Sexual Preference • Homecoming 1995 • Red & Gold Regulations • Mike Green Gives Advice on Drinking • Brendlinger Named Ursinus Assistant • Team Earns First Conference Win • Field Hockey Defeats Temple, Falls to American U. • Cross Country Competes in Allentown Invitational ...


Abwa (October 1995), Department Of Library Special Collections Oct 1995

Abwa (October 1995), Department Of Library Special Collections

The Colonelette

On September 22, 1949, Shirley Cupp, Irma Beisel, Frances Stuckey and Mr. Hilary Bufton Jr. met in a coffee shop in downtown Kansas City to incorporate the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA). Jean Fulkerson helped start The Kentucky Colonels Chapter on 3 June 1964 in Bowling Green, Kentucky. Twenty-six women met at Western Hills Restaurant and elected Linda Sidebottom as the first president. Besides providing professional development opportunities for local businesswomen, the Chapter gave scholarships to women furthering their education, and held social and recognition events throughout the year. Their newsletter, “The Colonelette,” was started in June 1964. Also ...


Battling The Color Line In The Era Of Segregation, 1896 - 1954, Cynthia Taylor Oct 1995

Battling The Color Line In The Era Of Segregation, 1896 - 1954, Cynthia Taylor

Cynthia Taylor

No abstract available


The Grizzly, October 10, 1995, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Charlie Weingroff, Joel Schofer, Christan Rice, Denelle Godek, Kim Ryan, Colin Tucker, Geoffrey Mills, Erin Gorman, Georgia Hurff, Heather Mead, Vince Blando, Christy Kenny, Brandy Mclachlan, Tarik Qasim, Beatrice May, Erin Gambeski, Melissa Forbes, Douglas Nagy Oct 1995

The Grizzly, October 10, 1995, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Charlie Weingroff, Joel Schofer, Christan Rice, Denelle Godek, Kim Ryan, Colin Tucker, Geoffrey Mills, Erin Gorman, Georgia Hurff, Heather Mead, Vince Blando, Christy Kenny, Brandy Mclachlan, Tarik Qasim, Beatrice May, Erin Gambeski, Melissa Forbes, Douglas Nagy

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Diversity Committee Report • The Stolen Credit Card Conundrum • The Juice is Loose • Greek Service Requirements • Green Bringing Awareness to Campus • More Rules Change Pledging • Statement on Hazing • Circus Trial = Circus Ending • Debate: U.C. Sculptures • The Myth of Unity and Diversity • More Than a Protest? • Homosexuality: Not a "Good Alternative" • Intelligently Expressing Your Opinion? • Gossip, Responsibility, and Education • Failing Ourselves, Failing Others • Shackled by the "Life Chain" • The "Not-so-Traditional" Tradition: Is There Really a Fall Day? • No ID, No Cover Charge • Alumna Spotlight: Mary Harris • Trumpeter Mike Mossman to Lead Jazz Quintet at Ursinus • Sophomores To Focus On Campus Pride ...


Gone But Not Forgotten: The Cultural Resources Of Northeastern New Mexico, Jerry L. Williams Oct 1995

Gone But Not Forgotten: The Cultural Resources Of Northeastern New Mexico, Jerry L. Williams

Homestead Geography Project - Oral Histories and Publications

No abstract provided.


The Grizzly, October 3, 1995, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Vicky Wilkins, Beatrice May, Todd Brenneman, Colin Tucker, Geoffrey Mills, Denelle Godek, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff Oct 1995

The Grizzly, October 3, 1995, Mark Leiser, Marc Ellman, Vicky Wilkins, Beatrice May, Todd Brenneman, Colin Tucker, Geoffrey Mills, Denelle Godek, Kim Ryan, Joel Schofer, Charlie Weingroff

Ursinus College Grizzly Newspaper, 1978 to Present

Akin to Become Director of Athletics, Davidson to Focus Solely on Chair of ESS • Cracking the Case of the Bomberger Window • Law School Forum a Success • 1995 Pledging Rules and Guidelines • Trash Revisited • A Rainbow is Better • Closed-Mindedness is the Real Problem • The Government is Trying to Starve You! • Berman Museum Receives Grant • Economics Department Rated High in Study • Chemistry Department Receives Research Grant • Where Have All the Glasses Gone? • Silken Rhythm: Ursinus Students Harmonize • Family Day 1995 • Soccer Wins a Pair • Win Streak Stopped At Four • Struggle Continues • Swarthmore Edges Ursinus


Traces Volume 23, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections Oct 1995

Traces Volume 23, Number 3, Kentucky Library Research Collections

Traces, the Southern Central Kentucky, Barren County Genealogical Newsletter

Traces, the South Central Kentucky Genealogical Society's quarterly newsletter, was first published in 1973. The Society changed its name in 2016 to the Barren County Historical Society. The publication features compiled genealogies, articles on local history, single-family studies and unpublished source materials related to this area.


Title Page Oct 1995

Title Page

East Texas Historical Journal

No abstract provided.


Ethj Vol-33 No-2 Oct 1995

Ethj Vol-33 No-2

East Texas Historical Journal

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents Oct 1995

Table Of Contents

East Texas Historical Journal

No abstract provided.