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Western Rosemalers Association

  • SIE 1.7
  • Record group
  • 1976-2014

This is a collection of several scrapbooks created by the Rosemalers group. The scrapbooks contain several minutes, flyers, and pictures of the activities of the Rosemalers group. This collection includes scrapbooks, minutes, correspondences and pictures. The scrapbooks were taken out of the binders and put into folders named accordingly for better access.

Vasa Order of America Records

  • SIE 1.4
  • Record group
  • 1929-1992

Contains the documents and records of the Vasa Order of America from its meetings, events, and daily interactions. Such documents include publicized works, such as almanacs, histories, and newsletters; treasurers' reports and inventories; membership cards and mailing lists; convention programs; correspondence; constitution and bylaws; and meeting minutes. The documents are from the Grand Lodge in Connecticut, the Pacific Northwest District Lodge no. 13, and Norden Lodge no. 233 of Tacoma, Washington.

Vasa Order of America

Foss Family Papers

  • ELCA 2.3.2
  • Record group
  • 1880 - 1985

Collection contains the records of the Foss family, prominent in the development of the Lutheran Church and involved in the growth of Pacific Lutheran College/University as students, teachers, pastors, and service on the Board of Regents.

Foss Family

Pacific Herold

  • UA 8.2.4
  • Record group
  • 1895 - 1918

The Pacific Herold, a Norwegian language newspaper published by Pacific Lutheran University from 1895 to 1918.

Lutheran University Herald

  • UA 8.2.3
  • Record group
  • 1891 - 1893

The Lutheran University Herald, a Norwegian language "pedagogical social and literary monthly," published by Pacific Lutheran University between 1891-1893.

Knightletter

  • UA 8.2.6
  • Record group
  • 1963 - 1971

Scanned copies of the Knightletter, a weekly newsletter for faculty, administration, and staff covering personnel and campus news, such as birth announcements and event calendars.

Scene

  • UA 8.2.7
  • Record group
  • 1970 - 2013

Scene was a magazine produced by PLU's department of Marketing and Communications, covering the years 1970-2013.

Mooring Mast

  • UA 9.10.2
  • Record group
  • 1924 - 2016

The Mooring Mast is PLU’s student-run newspaper, first printed in 1924. The unusual name of the newspaper came from the USS Shenandoah, a U.S. Navy airship. In nearby Fort Lewis there was a large mooring structure for the airship and the students derived the name from this in honor of the famed ship. Throughout its existence the newspaper was published as either 'The Mooring Mast' or 'The Mast.' The series in this collection show the different titles of the publication and years during which it was published as such. The newspaper includes coverage of campus events and activities, local and national news, athletics, editorials, and other information on student life and activities.

Prism

  • UA 3.13.1
  • Record group
  • 1987 - 2019
Prism exists to celebrate the work and achievement of the Division of Humanities as well as to promote continuing education among our colleagues and constituents. Focusing on important issues of the day, Prism provides a vehicle for contemporary reflection and opinion, while lifting up the enduring values of the Liberal Arts. The magazine endeavors to address topics of lively interest, from a variety of perspectives within the university community, and with the clear understanding that “Educating for Service” requires broad vision about the human condition in order to support the effective commitment and wise social purpose and action.

From https://www.plu.edu/prism/mission/

New Land, New Lives Oral History Collection

  • SIE 2
  • Record group

The Oral History collection contains the recorded interviews of 282 men and women who emigrated from Scandinavia and settled in the Pacific Northwest. The project was started during an experimental course on Scandinavian Women in the Pacific Northwest. Students in the course were encouraged to interview women and learn about their experiences as immigrants to the United States. The project was continued and expanded with support from the president’s office and by grants from the L.J. Skaggs and Mary C. Skaggs Foundation, from the Joel E. Ferris Foundation and the Norwegian Emigration Fund of the Royal Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The project was directed by Dr. Janet E. Rasmussen. Upon completion, the collection was transferred to the Archives and Special Collections Department.

The oral history collection is open for personal and scholarly work. For commercial use, please contact archives@plu.edu.

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