Augustana College (Rock Island, Ill.)
- Usage: 1947-
- Usage: 1860 - 1947
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Carl J. Peterson was the construction foreman for the contractors who built Wallberg Hall on the Augustana College campus in 1934. He was also the designer and architect of the Augustana College Bell Tower. The Carl J. Peterson papers, 1921-1936, contains materials on three projects with which Peterson was affiliated: the Augustana College bell tower, the class of 1936 bulletin board, and the lowering of Zion Hill.
The Augustana College Special Collections realia collection, 1856-2013 and undated (bulk 1900-2005), contains artifacts (also known as realia) related to Augustana College, the Quad Cities of Iowa and Illinois, and other subjects. Materials include souvenirs, keepsakes, memorabilia, and other objects, including buttons and pins, trophies, stickers, clothing, coins, banners and signage, stamps, medals, drinkware, and flags.
The Rockety-I, Augustana College's yearbook, first appeared in 1912 and was published annually under the same name until the 2003-2004 school year. The records contained in this collection pertain to the creation of various editions of the Rockety-I, particularly the 1931 and failed 2006 editions. Materials include papers, photographs, and computer files.
Richard “Dick” Stahl is an alumnus of Augustana College, class of 1963, and poet. He served as the first poet laureate of the Quad Cities from 2001 to 2003. The Dick Stahl papers contains two scrapbooks of poetry created by Dick Stahl. These scrapbooks were inspired by construction projects on Augustana's campus in the early 2010s.