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University Archives Walter C. Schnackenberg Papers File
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Curriculum Vitae

Department of Public Relations’ Faculty Information Sheet (1954, with subsequent additions), requests for biographical information from Who’s Who Among Authors and Journalists, handwritten notes for curriculum vitae, Outstanding Educators of America pamphlet with their request for biographical information, and various versions of Schnackenberg’s vitae (1973).

Academic Records and Transcripts

Materials regarding Dr. Schnackenberg’s academic record: Teacher’s Professional and Scholastic Record (1943), an application to apply for Union Theological Seminary (1943), a letter regarding transfer of credit from Gonzaga, transcripts (1935-1947), acceptance to graduate school (1947), syllabus for History 170 class (1948), graduation requirements for Master’s Degree, request to serve on the thesis committee (1950), application for Ph.D. program, transcripts (1943-1949), certificates of language proficiency (1948-1950)

Trinity Lutheran Church

Materials regarding membership at Trinity Lutheran Church; Includes a breakdown of committees, bylaws, a series of proposed revisions to the constitutions, a booklet called “The Every Member Visit”, an organizational chart, correspondence regarding the proposed revisions to the constitution, other examples of Dr. Schnackenberg’s work on the constitutional committee, and correspondence regarding fundraising activities.

Volkswagen Papers

Documents and correspondence dealing with the Schnackenbergs’ purchase of a Volkswagen Bus to be used during the sabbatical in Germany. The materials are, for the most part, written in German.

General Faculty Activities, 1966-1968 (2/2)

Materials regarding Dr. Schnackenberg’s activities as a faculty member. File includes: Minutes of the Faculty Constitution Committee Meeting (1967), Statement on Academic Freedom in Church-Related Colleges and Universities (1967), materials regarding the Faculty Handbook, general materials regarding the Constitution Committee (1967-1968), Draft Proposal for Faculty Senate (1968), memos from Dr. Mortvedt regarding the proposed constitution, Draft of the Faculty Constitution, memos noting responses to the Constitution and further meetings to discuss the document (1968).

Seal Committee

Materials documenting PLC’s search for a new seal and new “nickname” upon reorganization into a university. File includes sketchings of potential seal designs, lists of possible nicknames, unrelated correspondence on the Lutheran Encyclopedia, correspondence with designers regarding the seal (1959), informational sheets on the company designing the seal, and a booklet entitled “Foundation for Reformation Research”.

Dedication Committee

Materials regarding the dedication of the Administration Building and the adoption of the university title. File includes tentative programs for the 1960-1961 University Year and lists of suggestions for the Dedication Program

Assorted Faculty Activity Materials

Clippings, articles, speeches, and pamphlets related to Dr. Schnackenberg’s work as a faculty member or personal interest. File includes: “The College and University President at Work” (1960-1961), “Academic Proliferation Doesn’t Pay For the Professor, or the College” (1963), a copy of Augustana Today (Summer 1963), “The Theory and Practice of College Teaching”, “The Christian Teacher: Channel of Excellence (1959), “Is the Lutheran Church Giving Adequate Attention to Ethics?”, “Observations of the Reproductive Cycles and Ecology of the Common Brachyura and Crablike Anomura of Puget Sound, Washington”, “The Significance of Universals, Particulars, And Value Commitment in the Process of Socialization”, “The Foundation and Freedoms: An inquiry into the origins of the Fund for the Republic”, “Minutes of Liberal Arts Seminar with History Teachers of the Community Colleges”

Social Sciences Committee - Graduate Council

Materials documenting the activities of the committee which considered the feasibility of particular graduate degree programs and provided outlines for possible programs. File includes: a statement on the responsibilities of the committee, agendas for the meetings, minutes, proposals by various departments for graduate studies in their respective fields, findings of the committee, and bulletins of the Division of Graduate Studies.

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