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by Carol Shankel and Barbara Watkins The history of Spooner Hall in black and white pictures and words from construction to today. “Many people wonder which is the best building on campus. It’s a popular question to ask the architectural faculty. Although I don’t have any idea about what they may mean by `best,’ I…
by James Edward Peters Added 25th anniversary edition updates: Arlington National Cemetery is America’s most treasured national burial ground, steeped in history and the site of many of our most solemn national memories. Much has transpired for America in the last several years since the definitive guide, Arlington National Cemetery: Shrine to America’s Heroes was published….
by Norma Hoagland Elizabeth Miller Watkins was the greatest benefactress of the University of Kansas. Her innovative vision for a women’s scholarship hall was the first of its kind in the nation. Watkins Hall, built in 1926, and its twin Miller Hall, in 1937, are striking examples of architecture influencing behavior. Elizabeth’s letters show how she…
by Fred McElhenie Published by Historic Mount Oread Fund 400 pages. Hardcover and dust jacket.
Created while I was a senior graphic designer at KU Continuing Education, this book explores Lawrence’s association with the Kaw River, John Brown, Quantrill’s raid, the University of Kansas, Haskell Institute, Langston Hughes, James Naismith, historic preservation, and Liberty Hall.
Compiled by Carol Shankel and Barbara Watkins, designed by Shala Stevenson.
The Lied Center of Kansas Beyond the Stage series of videos bring to life and educate the community about the additional activities provided for Lawrence area students, preschool through college.