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People From Eau Claire, Wisconsin: Mary Brunner, Marv Harshman, Paul Menard, Caryn Mower, Brad Radke, Ralph A. Ofstie, Alden Carter Books LLC

People From Eau Claire, Wisconsin: Mary Brunner, Marv Harshman, Paul Menard, Caryn Mower, Brad Radke, Ralph A. Ofstie, Alden Carter

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Published August 15th 2011
ISBN : 9781155679242
Paperback
110 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: W. R. Davies, Mary Brunner, Paul Menard, Marv Harshman, Ralph A. Ofstie, Caryn Mower, Pat Kreitlow,MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 30. Chapters: W. R. Davies, Mary Brunner, Paul Menard, Marv Harshman, Ralph A. Ofstie, Caryn Mower, Pat Kreitlow, S. Carey, Moncena Dunn, Brad Radke, Steve Gunderson, Alden Carter, Arthur Peabody, Henry Cleveland Putnam, Benjamin Blessum, John Bertie, Derrick LaPoint, Gregg Moore, Mark Kosower, Jeff Smith, Sarge Boyd, H. C. Erik Midelfort, John Joseph Paul, William O. Hotchkiss, Geoffrey Keezer, Stanley Blystone, Kristen Dexter, Jack Dinkel, Roland B. Day, Cub Buck, Herm Johnson, Bill Schroeder, Robert Anderson, John Menard, Jr., Debra Monroe, Hugh J. McGrath, Kenneth Leroy Boggs, Ron Cramer, Scott D. Legwold, Charlie Menard, Julie Nelson, William Arnold Newton, Frank Fox, Pat ODonahue, Tom Larson, George B. Shaw, Reed Zuehlke, Steve Lingenfelter, Mike Hintz, Sis Paulsen, Lemoine Batson. Excerpt: William Robert Davies (August 19, 1893, Tenino, Washington-December 10, 1959, Eau Claire, Wisconsin) was a Wisconsin educator who was named the second president of Eau Claire State Teachers College in December 1940. Major accomplishments during his tenure (1941-1959) include the establishment of the faculty senate, student government and the University Foundation- creation of The Forum, one of the oldest continuous lecture series in the country- the first addition of academic buildings since the founding of the school in 1916- building of the first residence halls, student center and library- acquisition of the 230-acre Putnam Park- purchase of 48 acres of land for an upper campus- the first accreditation by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools- and the first bachelor and liberal arts degrees. William Robert Davies was born August 19, 1893, in Tenino, Washington. He was the third son of David and Sarah Davies, pioneer settlers of Welsh ancestry who had moved to Washington from Wisconsin. His family returned to Wisconsin...