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A WEE Tale (Governors State University)
"A WEE Tale" was an original slideshow presentation created by university staff for President William E. Engbretson's farewell party. The humorous script and accompanying slides chronicle Engbretson's tenure as GSU's first president from 1969-1976. During this time the university was planned and built. This collection contains the text of the script and most of the slides used for "A WEE Tale".
Ethnographic Arts Collection (Governors State University)
Objects in this collection were generously donated by former faculty, students and patrons for the purpose of direct instruction in art history classes and ethnic studies so that students might know first hand and be able to study and handle examples from various regions of the world.
GSU Construction Projects (Governors State University)
This collection features photographs and documents related to construction projects at Governors State University.
GSU Presidential Photographs (Governors State University)
This collection features images of the five presidents of Governors State University: William E. Engbretson (1969-1976), Leo Goodman-Malamuth (1976-1992), Paula Wolff (1992-2000), Stuart Fagan (2000-2006), and Elaine P. Maimon (2007-today).
GSU Sculpture Photographs Collection (Governors State University)
The Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park is located on the campus of Governors State University in University Park, Illinois. Established in 1969 and covering some 300 acreas, the park has grown into a major collection of 26 works situated on the prairie of the Governors State University campus.
Monee Township Historical Documents (Governors State University)
A selection of Monee Township records have been faithfully preserved for many years in a safe located in the Township offices. This project is designed to preserve these records in digital format, and to make them available, through the Governors State University Digital Collections, to researchers in various fields.
The Creative Woman (Governors State University)
The Creative Woman was a quarterly feminist journal produced at Governors State University from 1977-1992. The content featured the work of GSU faculty, staff, and others on a wide variety of topics of interest to women.
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