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1960 Paperweight issued to Bruce Brubaker for serving on the Universities Bond Issue Committee

Citation

Universities Bond Issue Committee, “1960 Paperweight issued to Bruce Brubaker for serving on the Universities Bond Issue Committee,” Madison Historical, accessed January 18, 2022, https://madison-historical.siue.edu/archive/items/show/798.

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Description

This paperweight was given to Bruce Brubaker by the Universities Bond Issue Committee he served on. Brubaker was a professor at SIUE starting in 1959. After voters approved the bond issue on November 8, SIUE received funding to build the Edwardsville campus, which opened in 1965.

Transcription

  • Right

    To Bruce Brubaker. In appreciation of his work as a member of the Universities Bond Issue Committee. Harold E. Gibson, Chairman. 1960

    Left

    VOTE YES November 8. Unviersities Bond Issue. They will be ready for college in 1970. Will the colleges be ready for them?

Subjects

  • education
  • government
  • SIUE

Creator

Universities Bond Issue Committee

Contributor

  • Brubaker, Linda

Date

1960

Language

English

Type

  • Object

Format

  • jpg

Coverage

  • 1960s

Identifier

  • Brubaker-Linda-Ob-0001
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