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  • Nelson, Frank L. (1973-09-25)
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    Travaille, Chase (2019-05)
    Creating sculptures that are representational allows an opportunity for the viewer to acknowledge what it is and have to account for the emotions that arise when encountering the work. They’re objects that we have some ...
  • Joyride 
    Weddell, Nicholas (2019-05)
    A rectangular handle transforms into interlocked leafy scales and a cylindrical interior warps and bulges as if a scarab from The Mummy is crawling beneath its surface. Thick batter-like splats of raucous color melt and ...
  • Alfred University. Archives. (2011-09-13)
  • Mustardo, Maxwell Amadeo Kennedy (2017-05)
    Kenneth Martin Price (1935-2012) was a key protagonist in moving ceramics into the avant-garde realm during the 1960s. At this time, Price made his first major contribution to the expanding field of ceramic sculpture with ...
  • Kenyon, William Colgrove (2014-06)
  • Free, Morgan Rose (2017-05)
    I have always been fixated on how nature and wilderness intersect with contemporary culture. Human beings are of the Earth, we are mammals derived from nature; yet we are so far removed from it. Nature is that wild thing ...
  • Romack, Rachel (2016-04-27)
    I wanted to analyze the differences in performance when a cast of actors performs in front of an indirect audience, or, in this particular case, a radio studio compared to when the same cast of actors perform in front of ...
  • Wiegman, Anna (2019-05-08)
    As far as nontraditional theses go, I think my project qualifies for that category. Writing poetry, converting the poems to binary, then knitting that binary (0 being a knit stitch and 1 being a purl stitch) into a scarf—that ...
  • Dreyfus, Eric (2018-05-01)
    This honors thesis is a website that was cooperatively developed by myself (Eric) and a buddy (Kyle). The purpose of Lahdur is to allow students to tutor/mentor one another. This is accomplished by asking and answering ...
  • Pellicciotti, Anne (2012-05)
    My thesis is a creative nonfiction piece in the subgenre of travel writing. In this small collection of essays, I have written about my experiences of traveling abroad in Florence, Italy. I am working from true experiences ...
  • Peters, Nora (2014-05-13)
    The French philosopher and feminist writer, Simone de Beauvoir, stated in her treatise, The Second Sex, that a woman "knows that when she is looked at she is not considered apart from her appearance: she is judged, respected, ...
  • Benoit, A. (1883-04-19)
    Letter from A. Benoit regarding Edmond Frechette (written in French).
  • Ferland, A. (1879-01-23)
    Letter from A. (Alphonse?) Ferland to Edmond Frechette (written in French).
  • Griesbach, A. H. (1878-03-24)
    Letter from Inspector A. H. Griesbach to Edmond Frechette sharing updates pertaining to the North-West Mounted Police.
  • Montpetite, A. N. (1883-08-14)
    Letter from A. N. Montpetite to Edmond Frechette (written in French).
  • Irvine, Acheson Gosford (1878-05-08)
    Official letter from Acheson G. Irvine to Edmond Frechette responding to Edmond's request to be relieved from Wood Mountain Post on account of ill health. Acheson Gosford Irvine (1837 – 1916) served as Commissioner of the ...
  • Irvine, Acheson Gosford (1878-05-08)
    Official letter from Acheson G. Irvine to Edmond Frechette requesting him to stick to one subject when engaging in official communications. Acheson Gosford Irvine (1837 – 1916) served as Commissioner of the North-West ...
  • Irvine, Acheson Gosford (1878-05-08)
    Official letter from Acheson G. Irvine to Edmond Frechette discussing payment for an ox. Acheson Gosford Irvine (1837 – 1916) served as Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) from November 1880 to March 1886.
  • Irvine, Acheson Gosford (1878-05-08)
    Official letter from Acheson G. Irvine to Edmond Frechette requesting that Frechette relay an order. Acheson Gosford Irvine (1837 – 1916) served as Commissioner of the North-West Mounted Police (NWMP) from November 1880 ...

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