Author Archives: Shannon Larson

The Henry H. H. Remak Collection has been processed!

Over two years ago I started processing the papers of Professor Emeritus Henry H. H. Remak. Now his papers are available for research! Before telling you more about the collection, let me tell you a little about Professor Remak himself. … Continue reading

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The Student Religious Cabinet — a student organization concerned with overcoming religious and racial differences

If you are looking for insights into university life during the late 1930s through the early 1950s, the records of the Student Religious Cabinet will provide an interesting perspective. From its name, one might assume that the goal of the … Continue reading

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Remembering our Track and Field Olympic Greats

IU Hoosiers at the Olympics! From July 27 to August 12, thousands of athletes from over two-hundred countries will strive for gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London.  Among them, there will be Hoosiers, continuing a long line of … Continue reading

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“A Pure Artist Working for the Good of the Cause”: The Creative Endeavors of Henry H. H. Remak

Today, I came to an alarming realization – I have been working on the papers of Professor Emeritus Henry H. H. Remak (1916-2009) for almost exactly a year!  During that time I truly feel that I have come to know … Continue reading

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Henry H. H. Remak as Administrator – or as he put it – “a Lamb in Lamb’s Clothing”

Since May of 2011 I have been processing the professional papers of Henry H. H. Remak (1916 – 2009) who served Indiana University as a devoted professor, scholar and – at various points – administrator. At the end of last … Continue reading

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