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    William Kirkwood Stringfellow Family Papers- Accession 559

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    This collection consists of photocopies of genealogical material that Mr. William Kirkwood Stringfellow (1904-1981) collected. This material includes information on the families Simonton, Adair, and Gaston, as well as, Stringfellow and include correspondence, obituaries, bible entries, wills, deeds, genealogical charts, and family narratives and anecdotes. Also included is a reminiscences of Mr. Stringfellow’s childhood in Chester, SC and a typescript copy of a reminiscence of the American Civil War by John James Stringfellow (1837-1931) from Chester, SC who served in Company F of the 6th South Carolina Infantry.https://digitalcommons.winthrop.edu/manuscriptcollection_findingaids/1673/thumbnail.jp

    The Man Who Wore Red: Allen Stringfellow

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    Known as the man who wore red, Allen Stringfellow (1923-2004) is an African American collage and water-color artist. His pieces are memorable for their radiant energy and vibrant colors, particularly the color red, which became a signature character for his work. By learning from Stringfellow’s childhood and history of Chicago, we can begin to understand the depths he pulled his influences from to bring his art to life, ringing through the paintings and collages that brought a sense of pride for African-Americans across the nation. Much of Stringfellow’s work sheds light into the Chicago black community and how it developed its own character of nightlife and artistry. With his father owning a jazz club in Chicago, we can see how those childhood experiences shaped his image about jazz and jazz musicians who are portrayed in his artwork. Stringfellow was also raised in the church with his grandmother, witnessing numerous water baptisms. The bright colors and elaborate patterns in the clothes of painted black women symbolize the pride, dignity, and strong Christian faith the women held in 20th century American society. Stringfellow explains in an interview that even if you were poor, you always looked your best on Sunday mornings. The artist celebrates the unique blend of jazz and church lifestyles seen in every spirited occasion. In order to gather information about Allen Stringfellow, I compiled his artwork from multiple art-buying websites. I listened to interviews where Stringfellow discusses the intentions behind his paintings. In the pursuit to learn more about his childhood and adult lifestyle that may have influenced his art, I interviewed one of his nieces and received more first-hand experience and biographical information that expanded my research to a sacred depth

    Bibliography: Selected Bibliography: Religion and Lawyering

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    Interview with Mary Hartzell Fritz

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    In this interview with Julia Stringfellow, Mary Hartzell Fritz, LU class of 1949, discusses her time as a student.https://lux.lawrence.edu/oralhistories/1028/thumbnail.jp

    Interview with Robert Swain

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    In this interview with Julia Stringfellow, Robert Swain, LU class of 1959, discusses his time as a student.https://lux.lawrence.edu/oralhistories/1024/thumbnail.jp

    Interview with Barbara Westhofen

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    In this interview with Julia Stringfellow, Barbara Westhofen, student at Milwaukee-Downer College from 1953 to 1955, discusses her time as a student.https://lux.lawrence.edu/oralhistories/1033/thumbnail.jp

    INTEGRATING KANSEI ENGINEERING AND CUSTOMER RELATIONSHIP MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE SERVICE QUALITY: A CASE STUDY AT SHOPPING MALL IN SURABAYA

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    With respect to customer dynamics in experiencing products and services, nowadays, customers tend to highly demand hedonism, pleasure and individuality rather than functionality and usability. In other words, they look for a service that offers more values (both physically and emotionally) from its function. Apart from that, it is a must for a company to strive for achieving customer loyalty. Thus, this study proposes an integrative framework of Kansei Engineering (KE) and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in services. It aims to explore the customer emotional needs (Kansei in Japanese) experienced and encountered in services. As emphasized in the Customer Relationship Management (CRM) concept, understanding the customer emotional needs is one of successful keys for CRM implementation. In order to analyze the applicability of the proposed framework, a case study taken at a brand new elegant shopping mall in Surabaya that involved 100 customers was conducted. Some significant Kansei words as the representatives of customer emotional needs were obtained, such as elegant, believe, cool, wide and curious. These Kansei words have significant correlation with several service attributes, such as: “service given without social status”, “service accuracy”, “responsive employees”, “convenient parking lots”, “attractive events”, and “neat and attractive employees”. Some improvement innitiatives were proposed, including to accelerate the parking lots construction, and to provide a clear directions to the mall access. Theoretically, this study contributes to academic literatures on the relationship between CRM and KE providing in a unified integrated framework. Practically, this research provides a guidance to service managers in collecting and capturing the emotional needs of customers, and investigating what service attributes that are significantly sensitive to the customer emotions. It is, then, to be used as a prioritization tool for continuous improvement or maintenance on service attributes

    Interview with John Palmquist

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    In this interview with Julia Stringfellow, John Palmquist, Professor Emeritus of Geology, discusses his experiences teaching at Lawrence from 1968 to 1996.https://lux.lawrence.edu/oralhistories/1007/thumbnail.jp

    Interview with Richard Boya

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    In this interview with Julia Stringfellow, RIchard Boya, LU class of 1952, discusses his time as a student.https://lux.lawrence.edu/oralhistories/1015/thumbnail.jp
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