Tuesday, December 11th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: Thomas Bahrt West Memorial Clock

In 1936, the Phi Lambda Theta fraternity gave Bucknell University an artifact affectionately known as the Thomas West clock, often referred to as the “coal…

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Monday, November 12th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: Bucknell’s School of Music

This fall, Bucknell welcomed many concert performers, various international ensembles, as well as the Class of 2022, with many new students coming to Bucknell with…

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Monday, October 15th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: Mary Wolfe, Bucknell University Trustee

Born into a family that exemplified intellectual pioneers, Mary Wolfe was considered one of the most prominent women at Bucknell, and in Pennsylvania, during her…

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Friday, October 5th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: Bucknellians and the United States Army Ambulance Service

“Goodbye everybody I’m off to fight the foe Uncle Sammy is calling me so I must go Gee I’m feeling fine don’t you wish that…

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Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: The History of Larison Hall

In 1856, Larison Hall was built to house the women attending the Lewisburg Female Institute, a school affiliated with and administered by the University to…

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Tuesday, February 27th, 2018

From Special Collections/University Archives: Reverend Eugenio Kincaid

Reverend Eugenio Kincaid, often called the “Hero Missionary,” was an important figure in the early history of Bucknell University. A Baptist minister and missionary, Reverend…

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Wednesday, November 8th, 2017

From Special Collections/University Archives: The Diary of Sarah R. Meixell

Did you know you can find a diary in the Special Collections/University Archives with a first-hand account of life in Lewisburg during the Civil War?…

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