June 19, 1889: A dedication ceremony was held for Ormsby Hall, the first women's residence hall at Lawrence.
June 20, 1899: The dedication ceremony was held for Stephenson Hall of Science.
June 22, 1904: The Trustee Committee on the Library reported that "it was absolutely imperative that...means be provided to relieve the intolerable congestion existing in the present library," at the time located in Main Hall.
June 26, 1879: President Elias DeWitt Huntley was installed at Lawrence University's fourth president.
June 26, 1971: Lawrence University was recognized as the first coeducational college in the state of Wisconsin and named an Official Wisconsin Landmark and historical site at the regional meeting of the Wisconsin Council for Local History.
June 29, 1853: The ceremony for laying the cornerstone of Main Hall took place, and the first president of the University, Edward Cooke, was installed.
June 29, 1906: Olivia Slocum Sage gave $100,000 to Lawrence University to build a women's dormitory as a memorial to her husband, Russell Sage.