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Items 2001 to 2500

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Publications (non-serial) and Reports, 1856-present | Carleton College Archives

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Title: Publications (non-serial) and Reports, 1856-presentView associated digital content.

ID: 06/P

Extent: 64.0 Cubic Feet

Scope and Contents of the Materials

Individual publications, reports, or other printed matter either created by Carleton, a Carleton employee, a Carleton alum or directly related to Carleton.  Can include for example books, pamphletes and reports.

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[Series 5: Items 2001 to 2500],
[Series 6: Items 2501-],
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Item Over 1: Carleton College [article with photographs], 1938
July 1938 issue of Golfer and Sportsman
Location: Oversize publications
Processing Information: original cat needed
Subjects: Carleton College
Item Over 2: Forbidden Fruit : First Crop, 1968
Left-wing publication aiming to disseminate information about liberal-radical ideology and action in Northfield including St. Olaf, Carleton, and Northfield High School.
Item Over 3: Women's Lip, 1970/71

"Mouthpiece of Carleton Liberation"

Women's liberation, feminism, women's rights

Item Over 4: What is a College President?, 1960
LOOK magazine, June 7, 1960. Contains the article "What is a College Presidency?" on the Carleton College presidency of Laurence M. Gould.
Item Over 5: 2011 Carleton Football, 2011
Coffee table picture book of Knights football team gifted to President Poskanzer with pictures from 2010-2012.
Erickson, Lisa (P '14)
Item Over 6: Youth on the Campus at Carleton College, 1943
A photo essay of women on the Carleton campus in 1943. From an unknown publication.
Donor: Smith, Norma (Class of 1946)
Item Over 7: OLIVER-LIVE/J. Oliver Lewis, 2000
Photographs by J. Oliver Lewis, class of 1994, created by his brother in remembrance.
Cataloging - MMS ID: 991016497386502971
Cataloging -OCLC: (OCoLC)ocn227005389
Lewis, J. Oliver, class of 1994 (1972-1998)
Item Over 8: Modernizing Melodrama, 2009
Winter Term 2009 Exhibition at Carleton Art Gallery
Item Over 9: Symphony No. 1 (The Tetons) / Henry Woodward, 1959/60
Woodward, Henry L.
Item Over 10: [Construction of Boliou], circa 1949
Spiral bound book documenting the construction of Boliou Memorial Art Builiding in photographs
Item Over 11: Carleton College, circa 1950
Spiral bound photographic essay on Carleton College.
Item Over 12: Seasonal is Sensual June 2003-May 2004 / Farmhouse of Carleton College, Loren Holmes, 2003
"A collection of indulgent recipes, stimulating poetry, intoxicating images, and healthy knowledge." 2003/2004 wall calendar of images of students and produce. Partial nudity.
Holmes, Loren (class of 2003)
Item Over 13: Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic / Edited by Eugenie Tsai, 2015
Tsai, Eugenie (Class of 1976)
Item Over 14: The Carleton Development Program : A Commitment to Excellence, 1961
Item Over 15: no open doors / John Lucas, etchings by Max Günther, 1961
Copy number 51 signed by Lucas and Günther
Lucas, John S. (Class of 1941)
Gunther, Max
Item Over 16: International Architecture Yearbook, No. 3, 1997
Pages 184-187, Hulings Hall.
Item Over 17: Carleton College Campus Planning Study : 1988 Campus Plan Analyses, 1988
Dober and Associates

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[Series Oversize],

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