Lauck, Charles Harold
- Existence: 1896-1975
A.B., Roanoke College. Laboratory instructor of Journalism (part-time), W&L, 1932-62; superintendant journalism (university) press, W&L, 1932; superintendant journalism press emeritus, W&L, 1969-75.
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This booklet is an address delivered before the Eleventh Annual Conference on Printing Education. It describes the Vollbehr Collection in the Library of Congress.
Scope and Contents This booklet presents a critical look at the the state of graphics arts education by on of its early leading proponents, Harry L. Gage.
Scope and Contents "An informal Evaluation of the Several Educational Activities in Terms of Their Contributions to the Graphic Industries."
Scope and Contents Christmas card sent to the Cyrus Hall McCormick Library containing original poem by Washington and Lee University student Ashley Brown printed in Lexington Virginia by C. Harold Lauck. It is number 29 of 50. It is a signed copy.
Scope and Contents An address, delivered on the occasion of the presentation of a portrait of Dr. Powell to Dinwiddie County, Va., by his grandson, Dr.Richard Powell Carter, class of 1959.
Scope and Contents This book is a tribute to the many benefactors of Washington and Lee. Drawings by Marion Junkin.
Scope and Contents This booklet contains the entire annual report of the National Graphic Arts Education Association. It was written by Fred. J. Hartman.
Scope and Contents 'A folio of personalities,impressions and observations...'.A kekepsake issue of a newsletter edited by Lloyd Emerson Siberell.
Scope and Contents This booklet contains a description of the then new rare book room of the Library of Congress.
Series — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Items in the Journalism Department series are based in the time period when Riegel was a member and later director of the department. sub-sections of this series include correspondence within the department, course materials, department seminars, accreditiation discussions,the Lee Memorial Journalism Foundation, the maintenance of the department's library, and publicity related to the department and its faculty. some items of note include some student work for classes, including a project by...
Dates: Event: 1932 - 1974