3 edition of Facts about the Presidents, January 1974-March 1977 found in the catalog.
Facts about the Presidents, January 1974-March 1977
Kane, Joseph Nathan
|Statement||by Joseph Nathan Kane.|
|LC Classifications||E176.1 .K3 1974 Suppl. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||19 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||77365802|
The vertical files at the Maki Library consist of ephemeral collections on the following three subjects: Suomi College, Finland and Finlandia University. Ephemeral materials include; newspapaper clippings, travel brochures, maps, university publications, governmental, and commercial publications from Finland and more. These items are not available for loan, however patrons and guests may. Lecture: "The Myth of Mental Illness" Dr. Szasz, author of several books and professional journal articles on the theme that mental illness does not exist, lectured in the North Hall auditorium about his most famous book, The Myth of Mental Illness [sponsored by the Sociology Department] January. George Swinton author, visiting professor.
Abstract: The collection contains professional and personal papers of William S. Banowsky dating from to The bulk of the materials range from to and document his professional involvement with Pepperdine University, the University of Oklahoma, Gaylord Broadcasting Company, the Texas Superconducting Super Collider Authority, and National Medical Enterprises; political topics. The sub-series has files on various subjects and people that contain primarily correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, notes, and other paper materials collected in the office of William S. Banowsky during his time at Pepperdine University in the capacity of .
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