UAH Archives, Special Collections, and Digital Initiatives

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  • loc_jojr_000032_000033.pdf

    Alabama Polytechnic Institute is known today as Auburn University. The reservists listed were assigned to report to Fort Oglethorpe, Georgia; Camp Blanding, Florida; Camp Shelby, Mississippi; and Fort McPherson, Georgia for basic training.
  • spc_dann_000205.mp4

    Shows the first part of Klaus Dannenberg's graduation from Auburn University. Film shows the in-laws going into the stadium and sitting down, as well as the graduates proceeding into the stadium. 1967.
  • spc_dann_000206.mp4

    Film from Klaus Dannenberg's graduation from Auburn University. Shown are a few clips from the president of the college, Klaus walking up to receive his degree, and Klaus meeting with family and friends afterwards. 1967.
  • spc_dann_000207.mp4

    Klaus Dannenberg leaving the Holiday Inn in Auburn after graduation. Later shows shots of a young woman and her son playing in a kid's pool in a backyard. Konrad Dannenberg's note on the film box reads, "Later: a few frames w/ little George + Ulla w/ Klaus and Betty at Auburn Easter 67 / Most shots at the Auburn Holiday Inn / Colors not good - film was too old!" 1967.
  • spc_dann_000231.mp4

    Graduation ceremony at Auburn University, Alabama. Shown are the spectators in the stands as well as the graduates walking up to receive their degrees. Second half of film is blank. Konrad Dannenberg notes on the outside of the film box, "1/2 of film [illegible] did NOT transport." 1968.
  • spc_nick_000327_000328.pdf

    Lawson writes a brief letter to Bell wishing him luck in the Nickerson case and saying he is the right person for the job. Bell responds calls the case a "Herculean one" and hopes he can fulfill the responsibility.
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