Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Katharine & Charles Bowden [videorecording]: a pictorial story of Hiawatha (1900-1904) / Valparaiso University, 1900 - 1904
Contains images originally recorded by Katharine and Charles Bowden that were included in their illustrated lectures on the Chautauqua and Lyceum circuits. Features images of the staging of Longfellow's poem, Hiawatha by Ojibwe actors of the Garden River reservation near Sioux Ste. Marie, Ontario in 1903
Documents in the collection date from 1900 to 2015. The collection consists of eleven series: correspondence, scores, biographical information, photographs, programs, advertisements, scripts, newspaper clippings, negatives, posters, and lantern slides. These eleven series are arranged in seventeen boxes. The collection also contains eleven original wooden lantern slide boxes (housed separately).
This collection contains 10 boxes containing master copies of all the plays as well as esssays written by John Steven Paul, cast lists, performance programs, prop lists, student papers, correspondace, and images. Not all of the documents under the Soup Purpse History Archives section are listed, as well as other documents for the Soul Purpose Archives section, but can be found within the Valparaiso University Archives and Special Collections.
These publications were created in part with or by Valparaiso University students in the Lutheran era of the institution (post 1925). This grouping only contains those publications within the holdings of Valparaiso University Archives and Special Collections. It is not a complete representation of all student publications that have been produced at Valparaiso University. There are (number) publications represented, some with single issues, others with multiple.