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LA4042 Introduction to Museums
A collection of resources to use for creating displays.
An address written by Krauskopf for the 26th Annual Tree Consecration Exercises, held June 3, 1923. In the speech Krauskopf relates witnessing the destruction of Pioneer Hall. He also speaks of the gift that funded the construction of Ulman Hall. The speech was written 10 days before his death.
Report on the spring exercises at the National Farm School in 1924 during which Ulman Hall was dedicated and the cornerstone laid for the new library. Note: Krauskopf's death is incorrectly given as May 25, 1923.
Letter from Abraham J. Feldman to Krauskopf's widow, Sybil. The letter refers to the National Farm School's Resolutions that were drawn up to honor Joseph Krauskopf. The resolutions are contained in the document In Memorium 1924 Yearbook, included in this list of documents regarding Krauskopf's death.