On the Hill: A Photographic History of the University of Kansas: Second Edition,Revisedby Virginia Adams, Roy E. Gridley (Designed by), Raymond Nichols (Designed by)
This revised, updated edition includes 44
This rich collection of photographs spans 125 years, two world wars, the Great Depression, the turbulent 60s, and everything in between. More than 400 images depict the growth and changes that took the University of Kansas from a small collection of buildings on a treeless hill to the major educational center it is today.
This revised, updated edition includes 44 new photographs and a new chapter to bring the University's history into the 1990s. It captures both everyday and extraordinary eventsfrom orchestra concerts and anatomy labs to war protests and basketball championshipsand provides an insightful and nostalgic journey for all whose lives were touched by the University of Kansas.
Author Biography: Katie Armitage is a consultant to community and state historical organizations.
Donna Butler is managing editor at KU's Division of Continuing Education.
Carol Shankel is co-founder of the Historic Mount Oread Fund.
Barbara Watkins is coordinator of curriculum and programs at KU's Division of Continuing Education.
They were assisted in compiling the original edition with Virginia Adams, a former feature writer for the Louisville Times.
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Excellent Book with pictures that will make any Jayhawk stare with amazement. The best book that I've ever read about the University and tells the story through pictures and also letters and writing by people from that time. A Must have for those who love the campus and buildings! Rock Chalk Jayhawks, KU!!!