Butler Digital History

Butler Digital History

This site has been put together collaboratively by Butler University students, library faculty, and staff. These exhibits and collections feature digitized items from Butler University Library.

Browse Items (757 total)

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Certificate from the Adjutant General's Office commemorating Butler College's contributions to the war effort during World War I through the establishment of the Students Army Training Corps.The document states: "To all who see these presents,…

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Shulz developed his artistic skills as a young boy while sketching on hikes in the woods with his father in Delavan, Wisconsin. He began his formal artistic training at the Art Institute of Chicago in 1889, and at the Art Students League in New York,…

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PA Facts.pdf
Handout detailing facts about the Physician Assistant profession: wheat PA's do, where they work, licensure, etc...

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Pamphlet targeted to physicians describing the benefits of having a PA on staff.

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Pamphlet answering common questions regarding the PA profession.

These geometric brass weights are the most iconic examples of Ashanti art. Used for the measurement of gold dust, this brass weighing system was used from the fourteenth century until around 1900. Around thirty different measured brass weights were…

Ashanti clay heads have served as commemoration portraits of deceased members of royalty or wealthy citizens since the sixteenth century. Some of these terra cotta heads are cut off from a large figure or even attached to an ancestral funerary…

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A photographic portrait of educator Eliza A. Blaker. She was first introduced to the work of Friedrich Fröbel when she saw a demonstration of a kindergarten based on his teachings at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. Fröbel was a German…

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A photographic portrait of educator Eliza A. Blaker. She was first introduced to the work of Friedrich Fröbel when she saw a demonstration of a kindergarten based on his teachings at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exposition. Fröbel was a German…
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