About this project

Who made this?

This is a joint project between the Archival Collections and Institutional Repository and the Digital Scholarship Lab in the Raynor Memorial Library and the Office of the President of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

Archbishop Albert G. Meyer officiates at the blessing of the new Memorial Library. Father Daniel H. Conway, S.J., of St. Louis, carries the font of holy water. To the right of the archbishop is Rev. Edward J. O’Donnell, S.J., Marquette University president. (Department of Special Collections and University Archives, Marquette University Libraries.)

Where did the photographs come from?

Any images on this site are courtesy of the Department of Special Collections and Archives at Marquette University. Most are available in Marquette History Online.

Who made this site?

This site was made by the staff and librarians of Digital Scholarship Lab [DSL] in Raynor Library. The DSL and Digital Programs departments transform the way faculty and students create and share knowledge. By helping them explore new tools and methodologies, the librarians use in-house information resources and technologies, to help you forge new interdisciplinary connections and accelerate inquiry, discover, and learning.

What did you use to make this page?

This site is made in WordPress, using the Gutenberg plugin with Spectra. The timeline was made using Timeline JS by Knightlab and Google Sheets. It was embedded using their Kinghtlab TimelineJS WordPress plugin.

Want to know more about what the Digital Scholarship Lab can do?

Please contact the DSL via our form.