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Mulva Archives at St. Norbert College

The Office of Archives and Special Collections of St. Norbert College is located in Room 206 of the Mulva Library. The archives of St. Norbert College consist of materials documenting the history of the College. The City of De Pere and the Norbertine Order maintain their own special collections. The archives collection consists of print materials such as books, magazines, newspapers, yearbooks, manuscripts, letters and business and personal records. The books in the archives are cataloged in the library system.

 The archives also contains photographic materials, maps and architectural drawing. Audio and video tapes, CDs and DVDs comprise the archive's AV Collection. The archives also has a limited number of artifacts relating to the College. Most of the items in the archives do not circulate due to their rarity or fragile nature.

To schedule an appointment to use the archives, please contact Sally Cubitt at (920) 403-4090.

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Charles the Dauphin

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Picture of the Lost Dauphin as child, Louis XVI of France

Lost Dauphin Play

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Lost Dauphin Play

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Lost Dauphin Play

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Lost Dauphin Play

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Lost Dauphin Play

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Lost Dauphin Opera

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Photo from play of The Lost Dauphin, composed by F.G. Parmentier

Williams

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Photo of Eleazer Williams the rumored Lost Dauphin

Lost Dauphin

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Photo of the Lost Dauphin as a child

New York hunk get in an Oneida state of mind

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Newspaper article by Yvonne Metivier for the Green Bay News-Chronicle on May 18, 2000