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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Bicentennial Celebration Banner collection

Identifier: 018.BCB

The Bicentennial Celebration Banner collection is composed of fabric banners used in Eastern Michigan University campus celebrations of the American Revolution Bicentennial.

Dates: 1976 - 1976

Celebrating 150 Years of Shaping The Way America Learns - 1849-1999 Banner and Poster collection

Identifier: 018.CYSWALB

The banners and posters in this collection documents the 1999 publicity campaign "Celebrating 150 years of Shaping the Way America Learns" as part of the University wide sesquicentennial celebration. Materials were donated to the University Archives from the Office of Communications.

Dates: 1849-1999

Eastern Michigan University Banner collection

Identifier: 013.EMUB
Abstract The Eastern Michigan University Banner collection consists of fabric banners used for a variety of purposes on the campus of Eastern Michigan University or in support of the University. Created for the Michigan State Normal College, Eastern Michigan University and the Division of Applied Science. With the exception of the American Flag that was flown with an EMU banner in 1967, it is unknown the specific events that these items were used for, although...
Dates: Undated

Eastern Michigan University College of Business Ethos Week collection

Identifier: 06.EW
Abstract Ethos Week, an annual event sponsored by the Eastern Michigan University College of Business from 2007-2012, examines ethics in business and education. The Eastern Michigan University College of Business Ethos Week collection includes materials pertaining to the planning, publicity, and execution of Ethos Week, the Ethos Week Luncheon, and the ...
Dates: 1992 - 2014

Remember 9/11 Banner collection

Identifier: 018.RB

The Remember 9/11 Banners were displayed at on Eastern Michigan University's campus, following the September 11 terrorist attacks on the United States. The banners were signed by students, faculty, and staff.

Dates: 2001 - 2001