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Christian P. Junkman family papers

  • US ARC ARC 2021.025.001
  • collection
  • 1846-1992, 2021

Christian and Anna Junkman papers and photographs (undated, 1846-1918, 2021) include materials relating to Anna's parents and siblings, the extended Cope family, and well as Christian's father, William; Glen Junkman and family papers and photographs (1911-1992), also include papers of their daughter, Mary Lorenzen; Estella Clarke (nee Junkman) papers and photographs (1864-1945, 2021) also contain materials related to her husband, William, including the Clark, White, and Ingli families.

Junkman, Christian P.

Mark Wyman papers

  • US ARC ARC 2020.001
  • collection
  • 2020

Research and annotated resources related to two of Wyman's publications: "The Wisconsin Frontier", published 1998 by Indiana University Press and "Kinnickinnic Country : River Falls in the forties and fifties", published in 2010 by PrintArt, with assistance from Don Richards.

Walker "Mark" Demarquis Wyman, Jr. (1939-) was born in River Falls, Wisconsin to Walker D. and Helen B. (nee ) Wyman. He attended the Ames Laboratory School on the campus of what was then called the River Falls State Teachers College (RFSTC), now known as University of Wisconsin-River Falls (UWRF), where his father served in several leadership roles.

Dr. Wyman served 35 years as a professor in the Department of History at Illinois State University and is the author of eight books and numerous essays and articles. Wyman's scholarly focus is on labor, cultural, and social history.

Mark Wyman

Photographic postcard collection

  • collection
  • 1962-2019

Photographic postcards mainly related to the 4-county geographic area covered by the Area Research Center, that is, Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties but also include nearby regions, including some in Minnesota. This collection is particularly strong in areas of the region directly surrounding River Falls, Wisconsin. Also includes some photographs of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls campus, sports, and related miscellany.

Otto, Kathryn

Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties biographical files, date of creation circa 1980-2019

  • US ARC ARC1999.002
  • collection
  • circa 1980-2019

Ready reference collection of subject files, historically called 'vertical files' (vertical file), arranged by county (Burnett, Pierce, Polk, or St. Croix), thereunder by name of town/city or miscellaneous subject matter deemed of historical interest. Collection is no longer being maintained or added to as of January 2020.

River Falls Area Research Center

WRFW-FM radio station records, 1968-2018.

  • UWRF Series 61
  • collection
  • 1968-2018

This series contains materials related to the University's radio station, WRFW-FM, including items regarding the creation and construction of the station in 1968; programming and operation logs (1968-1971); several issues of "Forecast," the station's monthly program guide; 1973 letter from WRFW station manager Lorin Robinson to the FCC concerning an unspecified correction of FCC violations; a 1970 report to the University administration, "Radio at Wisconsin State University, River Falls," complied by Lorin Robinson; Listenership Survey Results and Explanation, conducted by a Dept. of Journalism public opinion class (1971); transmitter inspection logs (1972-74); two audio library catalogs submitted in 1974 and 1976; and miscellaneous items such as undated broadcast copy and newspaper clippings regarding the station.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. College of Arts and Sciences. (1968)

American Association of University Women, River Falls Branch, Wisconsin, records, 1935-2014.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss DT
  • collection
  • 1935-2014

Records of the River Falls Branch of the American Association of University Women (AAUW), including business records, reports, publications, files on community service activities, history of the branch, photographs, scrapbooks, sound recordings, and videotapes. Cards listing members include addresses and dates of membership, college attended, and degree earned. There is also a nearly complete run of the monthly publication of the branch bulletin, "The Falls Notes" (1973-2014). Also detailed are various programs and conventions in which the River Falls Branch participated.

Phi Kappa Phi records, 1987-2014.

  • UWRF 227
  • collection
  • 1987-2014.

Phi Kappa Phi is a national honorary society whose mission is to recognize and promote academic excellence in all fields of higher education and to engage the community of scholars in service to others. The Society also recognizes outstanding achievements by students, faculty, and others through various awards and through invitations to membership.

The records in this collection includes the petition to the chancellor in 1987, by-laws and member directory, a secretary manual (1987-1991), recognition of the 25th anniversary, and photographs from awards ceremonies in the 1980s.

Phi Kappa Phi

The Student Voice, 1916-Present

  • UWRF Series 100
  • collection
  • 1916-2014.

The Student Voice is a student-run newspaper at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. Beginning in 1916, as a weekly publication, was used to inform the campus community of events, and happening around campus. The publication includes local business advertisements and articles on local and national news.

Student Senate records, 1938-2013.

  • UWRF Series 101
  • collection
  • 1938-2013.

Agitation for student government began in the early 1930s on the River Falls campus. As envisioned by the students, the Student Senate would be a council of class officers and faculty advisors. This organization would be concerned with assembly programs, Homecoming, and other activities. The constitution of the Student Senate was adopted on May 20, 1937, by a vote of 386-5. The main purpose of the Senate is to give students a voice in the administrative decisions concerning the University. The Senate also coordinates and allocates funds for various student activities and organizations.

Student Government Association

Quarter Abroad / Semester Abroad: Europe

  • UWRF Series 208
  • collection
  • 1961-2013

The Quarter Abroad program began in 1963 by Dr. Robert B. Bailey, III. The program was conceived as a special opportunity for students of the university to engage in experiential learning projects and independent travel in Europe. The duration of the program was initially a quarter of the academic year and switched to semesters after 1971. With few exceptions, the program focuses on studying in Europe. In 2004, the program name was changed to Study Abroad: Europe to emphasize this.

Bailey, Robert B.

Student, Staff and Faculty Directories, 1919-2013.

  • UWRF Series 92
  • collection
  • 1919-2013.

The Student, Staff, and Faculty Directories include contact information for campus departments, students, faculty, and staff. The directories also include ads for local businesses in the River Falls area. Student Directories from1919-1950 were compiled by students on the Meletean Staff. In 1963 the Sigma Tau Epsilon Fraternity took over the responsibility of creating and distributing the directory. Followed again by Theta Chi from 1968-1980. In 1980 the River Falls Centrex System was responsible for a complete university directory, with the name changing from Student and Faculty directory to Campus Directory in 2002. Printing of a campus directory ceased in 2013.

Meletean Staff

College of Education Subject files, 1958-2012.

  • UWRF Series 170
  • collection
  • 1958-2012.

This series consists of mainly reports and newsletters detailing the activities of the College of Education. Also included are materials dealing with the education conference sponsored by the college for many years.

College of Education (1971-1996)

Homecoming Committee records, 1922-2011

  • UWRF Series 186
  • collection
  • 1922-2011

This collection contains programs and schedules of events for homecoming. The programs include informaiotn about activities and events, a note from the chancellor, details on homecoming theme, event rules, queen candidate information.

Homecoming Committee

Wisconsin in Scotland Program Records, 1986-2011.

  • UWRF Series 181
  • collection
  • 1986-2011

Wisconsin in Scotland International Studies program was first offered in 1986 by the West Central Wisconsin Consortium WCWC. The cooperating universities in the consortium included UW-River Falls, UW-La Crosse, UW-Stout, and UW-Eau Claire. The program offered students a semester or year-long educational experience and cultural immersion. The program is now administered by UW-River Fall and partners with other universities across the United States.

This collection is arranged alphabetically by sub-series. Contents include, but are not limited to, correspondence newsletters and publications on the program. Dalkeith Diary Newsletter contains excerpts from staff and students about life, daily activities, and reflections. Other series include scrapbooks, yearbooks, and photographs that detail events, activities, and daily life of students participating in the program.

Office of International Education

Greek Life records, 1951-2011.

  • UWRF Series 203
  • collection
  • 1951-2011.

This collection is comprised of records relating to Greek societies on the River Falls campus. This collection mostly contains records of Fraternities and Sororities, at local and national levels. Also included are some academic and honor societies. Most of the Greek organizations were focused on civic involvement, leadership, and life-long friendships, others also focused on specific subject areas such as Agriculture. The records in this series include but are not limited to, constitutions and by-laws, meeting minutes, events and activities, member lists, and correspondence.

Academic Program Review Records, 1962-2009

  • UWRF Series 216
  • collection
  • 1962-2009

This collection contains academic program audits and reviews for undergraduate and graduate programs at UW-River Falls. Information includes, but is not limited to; course statistics and test results, alumni surveys, self-study tools, correspondence, and resumes of faculty.

Office of the Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs.

Pigeon Lake and Clam Lake Field Station records, 1959-2009.

  • UWRF Series 132
  • collection
  • 1959-2009

These records are from the Pigeon Lake Field Station, operated by the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. The collection contains administrative records from 1959 through 1997. Budget reports, building projects, correspondence, food service, and instructor information are included in this collection. Additionally, there are written histories of Pigeon Lake, summer class brochures, photographs, slides, programming brochures, and policy information.

Also included in the collection are early records from Clam Lake Field Station, which mainly encompass the years 1960 through 1975.

This collection is organized into six different sub-series: Academic, Administrative, Financial, Personnel, Planning, and Promotional.
The academic records include course schedules, programs for courses, and undergrad proposals. The administrative record series documents activities related to the organization of courses and research at the research stations, including correspondence, annual reports, and policy renewals. The financial records detail the funding of the field research stations, including budgets, leases, and operational purchases. The personnel series includes staffing information on the various programs held at Pigeon Lake and Clam Lake; documents include staff appointments and rosters. The planning series included any documents pertinent to the infrastructure and feedback given by students about the programs held. Records include, but are not limited to, maps, blueprints, and student surveys. Promotional materials include brochures, programs, flyers, and posters.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. Office of the Vice Chancellor for Administration and Finance. (1959)

Hudson High School pamphlets

  • US ARC ARC2017.029.001
  • collection
  • undated, 1900-2008 (bulk 1920-1983)

Class reunions (1972-1974); commencement programs (1900-1983) [missing issues]; handbook and class publications (1953-1956, 1981, 2008); play programs, class songs, and other extracurricular printed ephemera (undated, 1920-1937, 2000).

Hudson High School (Wis.)

Winter Carnival Records, 1940's-2008.

  • UWRF Series 221
  • collection
  • 1940's-2008.

The Winter Carnival festivities first appear in 1927, hosted by the Girls Athletic Association. Winter Carnival was an on and off again tradition until about 1945 when it became an annual tradition. As the tradition grew the Student Senate took over the planning of the week-long festivities. Events would be hosted or sponsored by student organizations.
Outdoor activities included broomball, skiing, snow or ice sculptures, and ice skating. Indoor events included attending athletic games, dance and indoor carnival games, and other competitions. A royal court would be nominated and a King and Queen of the winter carnival crowned. Records include the schedule of activities and events, along with the rules and regulations.
The bulk of this collection is covered between 1970 -1999 and consists of photographs, that include candidates and winners of Winter Carnival King and Queen, winter activities such as skiing, sledding, ice and snow sculptures, contests, and other activities.

Student Senate

Chemistry Department Records, 1957-2007.

  • UWRF 217
  • collection
  • 1957-2007

The bulk of this collection contains records relating to the approval of the chemistry program by The American Chemical Society, Committee on professional training. Programs are reviewed every 5 years, and reports and information include, but are not limited to, program and class enrollment, curriculum materials, faculty loads, budgets, and facility information. The 1990 review materials include course materials, syllabi, and student papers.

Also included in this collection are, photographs and two videos of chemistry demonstrations from the Chemistry Family Day, building program files for Centennial Science Hall, and the guestbook from the dedication of the building. The earliest records in this collection are two ledgers of meeting materials from the Chemistry Club.

Chemistry Department

Opening Fall Faculty Meeting, 1946-2006.

  • UWRF Series 12
  • collection
  • 1946-2006.

This series contains pertinent information and general notes from the opening faculty meeting of the academic year. Also included are copies of speeches delivered by administration.

Office of the President

Habitat for Humanity records, 1994-2006

  • UWRF Series 178
  • collection
  • 1994-2006.

Habitat for Humanity is an international organization whose mission is to “eliminate poverty housing from the world by making decent shelter a matter of conscience and action. The organization's mission is to establish affordable housing, build and rehabilitate homes, and raise funds.” (Constitution, folder 3) This collection consists of the records from the UWRF Campus Chapter of Habitat for Humanity. The chapter was a part of the broader Habitat for Humanity group and connected specifically to the St. Croix County Habitat for Humanity organization. The students involved in this organization traveled to other parts of the country and helped build homes.

Treasurer, Burnett County, Wisconsin, property tax rolls

  • US ARC Burnett Series 8
  • collection
  • 1865-2005

Tax rolls showing name of property owner, land description, acreage, valuation of real and personal property, amounts of taxes, date and amount of payment, and by whom paid. Beginning in 1915, rolls are retained for every fifth year only.

Burnett County (Wis.). Treasurer

Photographs of Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties

  • US ARC ARC 1999.001
  • collection
  • 1860 - 2005

Miscellaneous photographs and postcards, mainly duplicates and photocopies of originals, displaying places, people, businesses, buildings, and scenery in the four county region (Burnett, Pierce, Polk, and St. Croix Counties) of Wisconsin.

Visual material By University of Wisconsin-River Falls University Archives and Area Research Center (1860)

Teacher Education Department records, 1990-2005.

  • UWRF Series 206
  • collection
  • 1990-2005.

Since its founding in 1874, Teacher Education has been a significant focus of the University of Wisconsin River Falls. The College of Education was formed in 1971. In 1997 the College was reorganized into the College of Education and Graduate Studies, where Teacher Education was a department within the College. Another reorganization in 2001, established the College of Education and Professional Studies.

This collection contains the administrative and curriculum development records of the Teacher Education Department (TED) at UW River Falls. The bulk of this collection contains department meeting materials and program assessments. This collection also contains some records of the College of Education and Graduate Studies

College of Education (1971-1996)

Summer Session Bulletins, 1910-2003

  • UWRF Series 37
  • collection
  • 1910-2003

This series contains the summer session bulletins for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. Office of the Vice Chancellor. (1910)

Faculty Women's Club, 1914-2002.

  • UWRF Series 89
  • collection
  • 1914-2002

The Faculty Women’s Club was formed in about 1914, as a social organization for women connected with the River Falls State Normal School. It was originally called “The Faculty Women’s League,” but changed its name in November of 1940 to its present title, “The Faculty Women’s Club.” The philosophy of the organization always underscored sociability over money-making. Nevertheless, the group has continually supported a variety of charitable and civic causes. For example, the club awarded annual scholarships donated milk and clothing to the needy, and contributed to such organizations as the American Red Cross, the Girl Scouts, the Salvation Army, the American Legion, and the March of Dimes. In terms of social activities, the club became involved in a wide range of events and projects, including plays, musicals, teas, dinners, and writing cookbooks.

This collection contains minutes of meetings, early and revised constitutions, rosters of members, correspondence, programs, and other materials relating to the Faculty Women’s Club.

Student handbooks, 1917-2002.

  • UWRF Series 106
  • collection
  • 1917-2002.

This series contains student handbooks for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Handbooks contain information for students such as university policies, calendars, and social events on campus. Early handbooks (1917-1919) were published by the Young Men and Women's Christian Association and include suggestions for avoiding immoral temptations during college life. Special handbooks were compiled for female students offering guidelines regarding appropriate dress on campus, ladylike behavior, and residence hall curfews (1960's).

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. (1917)

Undergraduate Class Schedules, 1947-2002

  • UWRF Series 36
  • collection
  • 1947-2002

This series contains the undergraduate class schedules for the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. Schedules include program requirements; course offerings and descriptions; and admission, registration and fee information.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. Registrar's Office

Ruth Ellen Thompson and David Orlin Afdahl family papers

  • US ARC ARC 2021.008
  • collection
  • 1927-2002

Includes biographical information on Thompson family (circa 2002); Clippings and other ephemera (undated, 1936-1984); Dairy Herd Improvement Association (DHIA) and farming professional involvement (1957-1973); Farm conservation plans (1943, 1978); and Photographs of David Afdahl family (undated, circa 1927-1945) and Ruth Ellen Thompson (undated, circa 1934 and 1947).

David Orlin Afdahl (July 14, 1927-March 7, 2005) was born to Herman N. (1904-1984) and Gladys, nee Owens, Afdahl (1902-1964), the oldest of three children. David grew up on the family farm southwest of Hammond in St. Croix County, Wisconsin. David was graduated from Baldwin High School and attended UW-River Falls (then River Falls State Teacher's College), where he graduated with a degree in agricultural education. ǂb Ruth Ellen Thompson (1934-2017) was born to Margaret Norma Tubman (1910-2003) and Otto Emil Thompson (1906-2000), the second oldest of three girls. She attended Clear Lake High School, Wisconsin and Luther College in Decorah, Iowa.

Ruth "Ruthie" and David were married on August 22, 1953 in Spring Valley. The couple had four children and worked as dairy farmers on the Afdahl family farm. David "Dave" Afdahl was professionally active and held various positions on the Wisconsin Dairy Herd Improvement Cooperative (affiliation of Dairy Herd Improvement Association) over the length of his farming career.

Afdahl, Joel

Alumni Association Records, 1879-

  • UWRF Series 42
  • collection
  • 1879-2002

The Alumni Association is composed of graduates from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. The purpose of the group is to promote greater activity among the alumni at commencement, homecoming, and other special functions, to encourage sociability among former students, to create a closer understanding between the college and the community, and to further the interests of higher education in the community.

Assistant to the Chancellor

Intramural Sports Records, 1976-2001.

  • UWRF Series 167
  • collection
  • 1976-2001.

Intramural Sports have offered various recreational activities, programs, and events, for students to participate in physical competitive sports and other activities. This collection mainly consists of Handbooks, detailing activities offered and general rules. Also included, are photographs and records for intramural competitions that include team names, participants, and tournament winners.
2022 additions include a scrapbook of newspaper articles, advertisements, posters, and photographs from the 1980s to the early 2000s.

Campus Recreation Department

Informational Items, 1987-2000.

  • UWRF Series 202
  • collection
  • 1987-2000.

The information in these booklets includes enrollment data, student tuition, and expense comparison, an introduction, an executive summary of the University and UW System Budget, and a report on the State Building Program.

University of Wisconsin River Falls

Pierce County, Wisconsin. Treasurer. Tax and assessment rolls

  • US ARC Pierce Series 4
  • collection
  • 1854-2000

Rolls show ownership and description of taxable lands, assessed valuation of each parcel, taxes due, and record of payment of taxes. Total valuation, taxes due, and taxes paid are shown for personal property. For the years 1854-all tax rolls were retained; after rolls were retained for each year for the city of River Falls and generally for the decennial years for all other local units; for the years 1975-1995 only tax rolls for every fifth year have been retained. Assessment rolls are present for various units of local government for scattered years.

Pierce County, Wisconsin. Treasurer. Tax and assessment rolls

Regional Development Institute, 1985-2000

  • UWRF Series 184
  • collection
  • 1985-2000

The Regional Development Institute, formerly the Rural Development Institute houses the Survey Research Center. The RDI Building was originally used as a UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine satellite facility. In 1986, work began on gaining funding to establish a Center for Rural Development and Education in Western Wisconsin. Funding was from the Otto Bremer Foundation of St. Paul Minnesota.

News Bureau press releases and clippings, 1959-2000.

  • UWRF Series 49
  • collection
  • 1959-2000.

Newspaper clippings and press releases issued by the UW-River Falls News Bureau. Note: items from The River Falls Journal have been eliminated from the microfilm portion of this series.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. Office of the Assistant Chancellor. (1959)

Future Teacher Institute program records, 1993-1998.

  • UWRF Series 185
  • collection
  • 1993-1998

This collection documents the Future Teacher Institute program at the University of Wisconsin River Falls. The program at UWRF began as part of a larger program, the Consortium of Minorities in Teaching Careers. The consortium was comprised of nine other universities in the early nineties to increase the recruitment of ethnic minorities into the teaching profession. The program model was developed by Judson Taylor, from California State University at Domingues Hills. Dr. Taylor became the Vice Chancellor at UWRF. The program was led by José Vega, Assistant Dean. The program at UWRF sought to improve the recruitment of Native Americans into the teaching profession. Recruiters from schools in Minnesota and Wisconsin were sought to work with and recruit students that were thought to have potential and interest in the teaching profession. The Future Teacher Institute at UWRF was a two-week program where students who stayed on campus learned instructional methods the first week and the second week employed those methods by teaching elementary students that applied for the Academic Enrichment Program.

This collection is arranged into sub-series containing records of their respective programs. Consortium for Minorities in Teaching Careers, Future Teacher Institute, Academic Enrichment Program, and some records from the College of Education Teacher Education Department. This collection also contains photographs. Digital records were added as a later addition and are similarly arranged by program.

José E. Vega

North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools (NCACS), 1930-1998.

  • UWRF Series 19
  • collection
  • 1930-1998.

The North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools, founded in 1895, is one of six similar regionally based organizations in the United States whose purpose is the accreditation of higher educational institutions.
The bulk of the materials included in this series pertains to the initial accreditation of the River Falls State Teachers College in 1935. These include correspondence, a 1932 faculty roster, faculty records, completed schedules relating to various aspects of the school’s facilities, the Dec. 1934 application for accreditation, and a July 1935 report of inspection. Materials pertaining to later relations between the school and the NCACS are also included in the series. Among these are correspondence to 1948, miscellaneous completed schedules, 1945 faculty records, a number of printed NCACS reports and studies, and a 1962 proposal and request for accreditation of a Mater of Science degree in Teaching.

Office of the Chancellor

National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), 1955-1997.

  • UWRF Series 18
  • collection
  • 1955-1997.

The National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education, NCATE, an autonomous and voluntary body, was organized in 1952 for the purpose of accrediting college and university programs of teacher education in the United States. Since 1956 it has been the only national accrediting body for the field of teacher education recognized by the National Commission on Accrediting.
Included in this series are the NCATE constitution and standards, correspondence concerning the evaluation of the River Falls State University, and other materials relating to the accreditation of the school by the NCATE. This collection also includes the visiting team report and final report, granting or denying reaccreditation. Information includes, but is not limited to; program descriptions, statistics, curriculum planning, faculty preparation, student admission and retention, program planning, review, and evaluation.

Office of the Chancellor

University of Wisconsin-River Falls Oral History Project interviews, 1969-circa 1996.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss AW
  • collection
  • 1969-1996

Transcripts of interviews primarily concerning the history of Wisconsin's St. Croix Valley conducted with residents of the area. Initially gathered in a federally funded project directed by Patrick B. Nolan of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls Department of History, the project was later funded by the Area Research Center and the History Department directly. Interviews concern pioneer farming, railroading, steamboating, logging, newspapers, early medicine, and early education as well as contemporary politics, academic affairs, environmental issues, war experiences, and other topics. A few interviews concern topics other than area history.

Building projects, construction and maintenance files, 1914-1995.

  • UWRF Series 24
  • collection
  • 1914-1995.

Documentation includes floor plans, bids, specifications, blueprints, historical perspectives, program statements, contracts, utility service, correspondence and receipts related to construction, remodeling, alterations, and additions to campus buildings, equipment, sidewalks, furniture and other campus construction projects. A long-range campus plan from March 1970, and inventories of the River Falls State Normal School from 1914 and 1916 are also included.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. Office of the Chancellor. (1898)

Aid Society Norden, Hudson, Wisconsin, Records, 1912-1993.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss ER
  • collection
  • 1912-1993

Organizational records of the Aid Society Norden, a mutual aid society constituted by Scandinavian immigrants in 1886 and devoted to providing sickness and death benefits to members. The records consist of articles of incorporation and dissolution, constitution and bylaws, financial records, membership books, and meeting minutes.

Aid Society Norden (Hudson, Wis.) (1912)

Adoptive Families of Western Wisconsin records, 1976-1993.

  • US ARC River Falls Mss EZ
  • collection
  • 1976-1993

Records of the Adoptive Families of Western Wisconsin consisting of newsletters, brochures, chapter information, and by-laws. Also included are financial records, grants, meeting minutes, and the treasurer's report. Records are also included documenting the organization's name change from OURS of Western Wisconsin to Adoptive Families of Western Wisconsin in 1986.

Hagestad Union Board - Subject Files, 1969-1992.

  • UWRF Series 131
  • collection
  • 1969-1992.

This series contains materials related to the Hagestad Union Board (HUB) including calendars; budgets; circular letters; event information; and policy documents. Hagestad Union Board sponsors such student activities as films, May Daze, Game Room activities, and Superstars. Additions to this collection in 1994 include Concerts and Lectures Subject Files with information on HUB-sponsored speakers who came to the university in 1984-1990.

Assistant Chancellor for Student Affairs

The Meletean, 1912-1969, 1991-1992.

  • UWRF Series 93
  • collection
  • 1912-1969, 1991-1992.

The Meletean is the yearbook of the University of Wisconsin-River Falls. It was first published in 1912 and it was last published in 1969. It resumed publication briefly from 1991 to 1992.

The Meletean

Music Department subject files, 1914-1991.

  • UWRF Series 67
  • collection
  • 1914-1991

Music Department subject files comprised of newsletters and programs; a historical file containing student handbooks, scattered newspaper clippings, certificates, and sheet music; papers involving the revision of "River Falls Rouser," originally composed by Neil Reed; correspondence regarding band uniforms; documents, photographs, sheet music and miscellaneous materials of Bohuslav J. Rozehnal; papers relating to the organization of the University's first band festival, "Cascade of Melody," held in the fall of 1969; class assignments for Nicholas Jadinak; and information about the band and choral programs, recitals, and clinics.

University of Wisconsin--River Falls. College of Arts and Sciences. (1914)

Sports Information Office, 1920-1989.

  • UWRF Series 140
  • collection
  • 1927-1989.

`The Sports Information Office is a branch of the Assistant Chancellor's office in charge of public relations for the various interscholastic sports at UWRF. The office also keeps much of the information regarding the teams, games, coaches, and related materials. This series contains news clippings, program booklets, statistical information, and miscellaneous team rosters. See the online Collection Inventory for more detailed information.

Jim Thies, Sports Information Director, 1976-2015.

UWRF Administrative subject and correspondence files, 1896-ongoing.

  • UWRF Series 1
  • collection
  • 1896-1988

The records in this series span the tenure of three presidencies/chancellors, and an interim president. Most of the records in this series cover Jesse H. Ames in 1917 through the tenure of George R. Field in 1985. Some records also predate the Ames presidency. Sub-series and folder contents will overlap presidents/chancellors.

The arrangement and sub-series designations are intended to reflect the general organizational structure of the College/University. Up to the Kleinpell era, the president was highly involved with nearly every aspect of the institution. The president had many direct reports, requiring him to be directly involved in many decision-making roles. Records in this series, generally concern topics such as accreditation, general policy issues, funding, new courses, organization, plans for expansion, staffing, and other administrative affairs. The files contain copies of correspondence, reports, and background materials, either created by the president or sent to them by other offices or departments. The files also contain agendas, minutes, and supporting materials from departmental, college, school, and ad hoc committees.

Ames, Jesse Hazen

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