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WSU-RF Yearbook in Sound, 1968-1969.

School opens, Football season opens vs Augsburg, Rodeo, Homecoming football vs La Crosse, George R. Field Inauguration, WRFW on the air, Presidential Election, Rodli commons, student demonstration at Oshkosh, Basketball season opens, wrestling season opens, swimming season opens, Julian Bond, Apollo 8, Nixion Inauguration, Winter Carnival, Fine Arts Festival, Veterinary School, Grassroots Politics Conference, Foundation Week, Faculty Frolics, Journalism Day, Track season opens, Eisenhower dies, 18-year-old beer referendum, baseball season opens, World Affairs Forum, Student Rebellion, Commencement.

WRFW-FM Campus Radio Station

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)

Worthy A. Prentice reminiscences, undated.

  • US ARC River Falls SC 304
  • collection
  • undated

Reminiscences by Prentice of Indians and of wild life in early Polk County, Wisconsin: a collection of short sketches about bison, red oaks, wild rice harvesting, wild pigeons, cranes, Chippewa and Sioux warfare, and Indian mounds, with an introduction by E. E. Husband; accompanied by printed photographs of Mr. and Mrs. Prentice.

World's most famous pot hole, St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin

Postcard with image of a pothole in the Interstate Park. Published by St. Croix Post Card Co., St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin Natural color post card made in U.S.A. by E.C. Kropp Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, LJL. Date from postmark: Jul 10, 1956; mailed from St. Croix Falls, Wisconsin; red 2¢ Thomas Jefferson stamp. Message on verso: Addressed to Mrs. Laura Bakken, Stoddard, Wisconsin. "Dear grandmother, How are you? I am feel [fine?]. But I am a littel home sak [sic]. But I am haveing [sic] fun. So grandmother I will to stop wirte [sic] get some thing. Love, Steven. xxxxxxxxxxxxxx"


This series consists of three different workshops, the MSU Workshop, Summer Arts Camp, and Critical Thinking Faculty Workshop. These are all records between the years 1977-1986 and consist mainly of resources used during the workshop or information about the workshop.

Woodville, Wisconsin

Real-photo postcard with image of downtown Woodville, showing buildings, one automobile, several horse-and-buggies, and one electrical power pole. Only building sign says "Hanson & Johnson." Date from postmark: Dec 15, 1915; mailed from Woodville Wisconsin; green 1¢ Washington stamp. Message: Addressed to Miss Myrtle Everson, Stillwater, Minn. "Dear Cousin:-You must excuse me for not writing any sooner. Say if you come down here for Christmas then let us no [sic] that we will get you from Woodville. Your cousin, Alma Zillmer."

Woodville, Wisconsin

Postcard with multiple views in Woodville, St. Croix County, Wisconsin. The top view os of the United Lutheran parsonage, left to right in the middle are: Dr. Stockman's residence, a successful Farmer's Co-operative Creamery in Woodville, and the Lutheran Church; bottom two are: a quiet day on Main Street and a Labor Day parade. Text printed on verso: Made in Germany. Message: Addressed to Mrs. Ben Stabenaw, Wood Ville, Wisc., RFD. No. 1. "May 21st 1910, From Ben to my Dear beloved Wife Louisa."

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