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Carl Frederick Solberg Papers

The first two pages are a short biography of Carl Solberg written by the translator, C.A. Clausen. Also included in the collection is a collection of letters written when Carl Solberg was a war correspondent for "Emigranten." He traveled with the Fifteenth Wisconsin, the “Norwegian Regiment,” during the Civil War; and these letters are an account of his observations between 2 March and 4 April 1862.

A. B. Moe Autobiography

The autobiography consists of a paper written by A. B. Moe containing information on his family life, emigration, journey to the West, employment, and pioneering experience, as well as general information on mass transportation and settling in the area.

May 28, 1926

This is a copy of the undergraduate student newspaper from May 28, 1926. Articles included are: Biggest Event of Season is Senior Play, P.L.C. Girls Win from U. Debate Club, Presentation of Gift to School, Welcome Address, Admittance to Forensic League, Time, Notice to Advertisers, Mooring Mast Reflections, Class Prophecy, Trades and Tricks of Twenty-Six, The Most Essential Subject and Why, Class Will, Banquet Held for Letterman, '26 Looking Ahead, Chapel Talks, Names of Students Who Have Proved Worth to Be Engraved on Loving Cup, Class Dedicates Campus Entrance, Baccalaureate Services Held, College Debating Teams and Coach, First Year of Inter-Collegiate Debate at P.L.C. Successful, Shoes and Ships, We Have to Give Them Credit, Rev. Martin Norstad, Daily Diary, Parkland News, Honor Students of 1926 Graduating Class, and Notice.

April 1975

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  • 1975-04
  • Part of Scene

This is a copy of Scene from April 1975. Articles included are: PLU Students Visit Soviet Union, A Sabbatical in England, Our Only Ultimate Renewable Resource, Jungkuntz Reflects on Extraordinary Year, National Endowment Funds Curriculum Experiment at PLU, Norweg.-Amer. 150th Year Celebration Opens May 3, Dr. Robert Olsen to be Honored, Miss Miller Heads PLU Student Body, PLU Math Students Earn Honors, Seminary Calls Pastor Lanthrop, Study Tour to Central Africa Set, Trio Plans 3rd Summer Concert Tour, PLU Summer School Gives Quality Ed. Opportunities, A Gift that Returns an Income, PLU Slates Management Seminars, Library to Benefit from Fund Drive, Alum Telethon Nets $31,000 for PLU, Visit S. Cal. at Reduced Lodge Rates, Thanks to You It's Working, What Does that Alumni Association Do?, 1974-75 Alumni Board, Class Notes, Births, Marriages, Deaths, Rieke to Speak at May Q Club Banquet, H.S. Students to Attend Music Camp, PLU Student Debates in Philadelphia's Congress Hall, Gro Injects 'Go' into Lute Program for Lady Athletes, Anderson New PLU Cage Coach, Lundgaard Leaves Rich Hoop Legacy, Ron Barnard Wins National Title; Lutes 5th in NAIA, Lady Lutes Compete at National Meet, and Calendar of Events.

February 1975

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  • 1975-02
  • Part of Scene

This is a copy of Scene from February 1975. Articles included are: PLU Elects New President: Dr. William Rieke PLU Alum, Believes University Should Be Heavily Church-Related,' A Gathering of Dedicated Friends: PLU Q Club Enjoys Rapid Growth, Potential, Fascinating Creatures from the Deep: PLU Biologist Studies Deep Water Fishes; Discovers Ocean Current, Learning Is for a Lifetime: A Businessman Returns to School--30 Years Later, New Adult Program Coordinator Appointed, Seeking to Minimize the Discomfort, A Home Can Be a Final Bequest, Applications Up; Alumni Key to Dollar Aid Increase, Indian Faith Needs Better Understanding, King Olav of Norway Plans Visit to PLU, PLU Students Developing History of Parkland, Norwegian-American Celebration Begins May 3, PLU Drama Student Earns Honor, Ann Mehlum First PLU Fulbright Scholar, Truman First Schnackenberg Lecture Guest, Former U.S. Senator to Lecture at PLU in March, Volunteers--The Backbone of PLU, Alumni a Key to PLU Future, Riekes Have Close Family PLU Ties, 1974-75 Alumni Board, Former PLU Faculty and Staff, Class Notes, Deaths, Marriages, Births, Who's Who of World Women Names Alum, 22 Nurses Presented Senior Pins, Children's Theatre Starts 20th Year, Hicks Top PLU Scorer in a Decade, PLU Matmen Finish 2nd in Conference, Abe Rates Regional Boot Honor, Sue Creaver Leads Lady Lute Squad, Lutes Score Well; Miss of Flag Bid, Tennis, Golf Titlists Spark Spring Hopes, National Title Hopes Spur Lute Tankers, and Calendar of Events.

December 1974

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  • 1974-12
  • Part of Scene

This is a copy of Scene from December 1974. Articles included are: 'I went with the mariner,' A PLU Organ 'Renaissance,' Organ Origins Buried in Antiquity, Talking for a Little While About Christmas, PLU Freshmen Reflect Growing Scholastic Quality, PLU Army Start New Cooperative College Program, Tax Situations Effect Year-End Giving Habits, Charitable Giving Tax Laws Eyed by Legislators, Joanne Braun Reigns as 1974 Homecoming Queen at PLU, $7 Million Goal of Development Campaign at PLU, Traditional PLU Events Open Christmas Season, Weigmans Return from Visit to Guatemala, PLU Plays Host to Prominent Guests from Many Fields, Annual Christmas Festival Concerts Offered at PLU, Seattle, Portland, Eastern Concert Tour Planned for PLU Choir of the West, PLU Hosts McNeil Island for Debate, New 'Model' Improves Library Resource Access, Interim Offers Broad Range of Fascinating Topics, Adult Education Target of New PLU Program, Publishing Focus of New PLU Course Sequence, Honored at Homecoming, 'New Directions' Alumni Drive to Provide New Scholarships, Letters . . . We Get Letters, $150,000 And Just Beginning . . ., 1974-75 Alumni Board, Friends reunited at Homecoming Reunions, Alumni Around the World, Former Faculty, Graduates Attending Medical Schools, Alumni Tours '75, Graduates Attending Dental Schools, Marriages, Births, Deaths, Lute Gridders Post 8-1 Mark, Best Since '41, Rainwater Classic and Alumni Clash on Cage Schedule, Poolutes Co-ed, Feature Five All-Americans, Lute Harriers Second in NWC, Top Finish Ever, Everyone's a 'PHD,' Worthwhile Things in Life are a Challenge & Risk, and Calendar of Events.

October 1974

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  • 1974-10
  • Part of Scene

This is a copy of Scene from October 1974. Articles included are: Investment in the Future: Largest Gift in PLU History Insures Future of Women's Athletics, Comment: The 'Real World' of Higher Education . . ., University, Alumni Merge Publications, If There Is a Will, There Is a Better Way . . ., Summer School a Growing Phenomenon, "I didn't think he was serious:" PLU Music Student to Study with Penderecki in Poland, New Regents Elected at PLU Corp. Meeting, Jaech Receives Honorary PLU Doctor's Degree, New Faculty Members at PLU Announced, Life Style Changes Noted by Educator, PLU Professors Receive Tenure, Promotions, NEW PLU Color TV Equipment Attracts Institute, New Placement Director Joins PLU Staff, 1974-75 Artist Series Offers Top Attractions, Symphony Season Features Pianist, Seattle, Portland Christmas Concerts Offered, U.S. Marine Band Slates PLU Concerts, Distinguished Alum to Be Honored at Homecoming, Sturgeon, Virak Named Alumni of the Year, Mac Davis Show Highlight of Homecoming, Most Ambitious Alumni Program Ever Set for October Kickoff, New Directions, Interest Rate Goes Up, EYWTKAT--AABWATA, 1974-75 Alumni Board, Alumni Elect New Directors, Saverud Is Alumni President for 1974-75, Primary Grade Children Attend College Classes, Alum Challenges Magnuson for U.S. Senate Seat, Search for PLU President Involves Alumni, Vignettes from Holden Village Alumni Retreat, Alumni Around the World, Marriages, Deaths, Births, PLU Reigns Over Tacoma Football Scene After Victory Over Loggers, Three New Coaches Join Lute Staff, PLU 38 UPS 27, Merits of an Alumni Game--Frosty Answers $1614 Question, Lute X-Country Coach Thieman is Left Behind, Lute Soccer Outlook Bright, and Calendar of Events.

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