The Hinakaga, or, the Carroll College Yearbook, was published from 1910 to 2000, although there were none published in 1996 and 1997.
Why was the yearbook was called The Hinakaga? According to Ellen Langill's, Carroll College: The First Century 1846-1946, the word roughly means "wise owl." The first yearbook Hinakaga 1910, is …
|The Carroll University Wisconsin Artists Collection highlights the vibrant and exciting contributions to the arts made by Wisconsin artists in a state better known for industry and agriculture. It was established in the 1980s by long-time Carroll Art professor Marceil Pultarak and remains one of the few permanent collections …|
The Carroll University Student Newspaper Collection includes over 100 years of papers. This collection includes a number of newspaper titles, and the first paper went to press only a few years after Carroll College was founded.
|The first was the Carroll College Student, which appeared in 1854. This publication included news topics of …|
This a collection of digitized newspaper clippings from the Carroll University Archives. The collection consists of newspaper articles from various papers and magazines over the years that pertain to Carroll students, faculty, staff, and events.
The Clipping Collection originally came to the Carroll Archives from three major sources. …
The Rufus and Charles King Collection consists of a few photographs, letters, correspondence, and two diaries. The scope of the collection includes the writings of Charles King and correspondence with his family, his involvement in the Indian Wars of the American West and the Philippines. The collection also features a map indicating …
The mission of the Carroll University Library's Digital Collections is to preserve and provide greater access to collections of historical value to the college.
The collections highlight materials from the Archives and also provide access to campus artowrk, graduate theses, and publications from Carroll faculty and staff.