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Lecture Committee

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1 UNI's CME to host discussions in tribute to Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Public Relations News Release 2009:226, p.1
1/14/2010 Rufus Burrow, Jr., Indiana professor of Christian thought and professor of theological social ethics at Christian Theological Seminary in Indianapolis, will discuss his book, "Martin Lucher King, Jr. for Armchair Theologians" at the Book Club meeting.
2 Gulfstream aerospace CEO Allen Paulson to talk on 'the successful entrepreneur' for Northern Iowa's distinguished lectureship series, Oct. 15
Public Relations News Release 1987:71, p.1
10/7/1987 The Distinguished Lectureship series begins with the inaugural speech by Georgian aerospace engineer, Allen Paulson. The series was held in the Maucker ballroom, directed by William Calhoun of the Distinguished Lecture Committee.
3 Thornton talk at ISTC delayed four days
Public Relations News Release 1950:203, p.1
2/7/1951 Lecture-concert committee Chairman Leland L. Sage announced that due to other commitments, History Professor Harrison John Thornton of the State University of Iowa will not speak Feb. 12, as originally planned. Thornton will speak on Friday, Feb. 16.
4 The Lecture Committee
Alumni News Letter 6:3, p.2
7/1/1922 Professor J. B. Paul retires from his service as the Chairman of the Lecture Committee. Professors John Barnes and Winfield Scott continue to serve, along with the newly inducted W. H. Kadesch.
5 Dramatic programs
Alumni News Letter 6:2, p.1
4/1/1922 The Lecture Committee presents performances of Henrik Ibsen's "Ghosts" and "Master Builder", featuring Madame Borgny Hammer and Rolf Fjell.
6 Lecture Committee
Alumni News Letter 5:1, p.1
1/1/1921 Committee members, responsibilities listed, as well as upcoming events.
7 Lecture Committee
Alumni News Letter 4:2, p.1
4/1/1920 A. E. Winship, Earnest Thompson Seton, Lecturer Naturalist, Flonzaley Quartette, Phidelah Rice, dramatic reader; Smith-Spring-Holmes Concert Company, Ellis Parker Butler, reader, and Josef Lhevinne, pianist, presented for Lecture Committee.
8 It is possible to secure this unusual series of pictures?
College Eye 10:1, p.3
5/7/1919 Instructive illustrated lecture on social conditions around the world to be given Friday, May 9.
9 Sundry items
College Eye 8:8, p.3
11/8/1916 Assorted news items.
10 Shakespeare in movies
College Eye 7:27, p.1
4/26/1916 A movie will be shown about the life of Shakespeare; the lecture committee will show a film next week called "The Creation".
11 College calendar
College Eye 7:18, p.8
2/16/1916 Meeting and events planned.
12 College calendar
College Eye 7:17, p.8
2/9/1916 Meetings and events planned.
13 Booker T. Washington; will appear at I. S. T. C.
Normal Eyte 21:22, p.377
3/1/1911 Booker T. Washington will speak as part of the lecture course.
14 Official
Seerley--Homer Horatio (President of ISNS andISTC)
Normal Eyte 20:26, p.428
3/30/1910 Brief Commencement week schedule; contractor putting roof on new Library; Lecture Committee has done fine work; committee assignments for Parish funeral; literary society work must be protected..
15 Financial report of I. S. N. S. lecture committee for 1906-7
Normal Eyte 17:28, p.435
4/17/1907 Budget of expenses and revenues.
16 Statement of receipts
Normal Eyte 12:34, p.531
5/31/1902 Financial records for Lecture Committee ofr 1901-1902.
17 The good things are coming
Normal Eyte 12:18, p.273
2/1/1902 Lecture Committee has been working hard to secure speakers.
18 The lecture course
Normal Eyte 12:7, p.98
10/26/1901 Applauds 1901-1902 season schedule; urges students to attend the performances; A. E. Winship will speak.
19 The Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 8:35, p.495
6/17/1899 Financial statement for 1898-1899, with speakers and fees.
20 The Passion Play
Normal Eyte 8:15, p.205
12/17/1898 The Reverend J. J. Lewis presents a lecture.
21 The Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 8:2, p.26
9/17/1898 Professors Ridley and Colegrove make up the committee.
22 The lecture course
Normal Eyte 8:2, p.26
9/17/1898 Cost for subscription is $2.
23 Robert McIntyre has been here
Normal Eyte 7:33, p.6
5/21/1898 Account of recent appearance.
24 The summer term
Normal Eyte 7:33, p.8
5/21/1898 Faculty will offer special lectures and entertainment programs during the summer.
25 Geo. R. Wendling
Normal Eyte 7:28, p.8
4/16/1898 Excerpts from address.
26 Major S. H. M. Byers
Normal Eyte 7:25, p.5
3/26/1898 Speaks on campus.
27 The Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 7:24, p.5
3/19/1898 Secures two speakers.
28 Since it has been impossible
Normal Eyte 7:23, p.13
2/26/1898 No more features in Lecture Series this term.
29 Benjamin C. Chapin
Normal Eyte 7:18, p.6
1/22/1898 Description of performance.
30 E. Benjamin Andrews
Normal Eyte 7:15, p.174
12/18/1897 Excerpts from address.
31 Remember the Andrews lecture
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.165
32 Since the lecture by Russell H. Conwell
Normal Eyte 7:14, p.158
12/11/1897 Questions the connection between character and wealth.
33 We announce a change
Normal Eyte 7:13, p.145
12/4/1897 President Andrews will speak on General Lee.
34 The Slayton Grand Concert Company
Normal Eyte 7:12, p.134
11/27/1897 Review of the performance.
35 The concert Friday evening
Normal Eyte 7:10, p.110
11/13/1897 Musical group will perform.
36 The Ingalls lecture
Normal Eyte 7:9, p.97
11/6/1897 Lengthy excerpts from address by John J. Ingalls.
37 Mr. Seerley made the announcement
Normal Eyte 7:8, p.92
10/30/1897 President Andrews will likely speak on campus.
38 On Friday, October 29
Normal Eyte 7:7, p.73
10/23/1897 John J. Ingalls will lecture.
39 Robert Martin
Normal Eyte 7:7, p.81
10/23/1897 Speaks with Lecture Committee about future engagements.
40 At a meeting of the Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 7:6, p.61
10/18/1897 Will send copy of poor review of Mr. Baldwin's lecture performance.
41 On Friday evening, September 24, occurred the first lecture
Normal Eyte 7:4, p.37
10/2/1897 Mr. Baldwin speaks on the Arctic.
42 Official News and Notes
Normal Eyte 7:2, p.14
9/18/1897 Fall 1897 enrollment highest ever; 114 candidates for graduation in 1898; library improvements successful; museum improving; English faculty working hard to test literary society candidates; E. B. Baldwin will speak.
43 The concert given by the Smith Sisters
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.439
4/20/1895 Description of the program.
44 The entertainment last Saturday
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.444
4/20/1895 Praise for the work of the Lecture Committee.
45 The new Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.438
4/20/1895 Should organize for next year's presentations.
46 The Smith Sisters
Normal Eyte 4:28, p.442
4/20/1895 And in chapel during Sunday services.
47 The Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 4:26, p.411
4/6/1895 Ladies' Ariel Sextette will perform.
48 The Lecture Committee
Normal Eyte 4:22, p.347
3/2/1895 Tickets available for upcoming speakers.
49 The lecture course of the school
Normal Eyte 4:22, p.348
3/2/1895 Urges students to attend the lectures.
50 Friday evening
Normal Eyte 4:14, p.215
1/5/1895 Excerpts from speech by Joseph Cook on "Ultimate America".


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