Loyola University Maryland
- Existence: 1852
- Usage: 2009 August 19
- Usage: 1852 - 2009 August 19
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
This collection, circa 1853 - circa 2018, includes materials from Loyola University Maryland alumni that document student life, frequently reflecting the donor's personal experience as a student at Loyola or work after graduating from Loyola, such as service in World War II.
The Loyola University Maryland audiovisual collection, 1938-2015, consists of audio recordings, videos, films, and data files documenting the history of the university. The documented events include commencements, college president inaugurations, athletic games, Lattanze Center meetings, lectures, conferences, interviews, and Loyola commercials broadcast on local news stations.
The Loyola University Maryland Board of Trustees records reflect the activities of the Board from Loyola's founding in 1853 though 2014.
The Loyola University Maryland memorabilia and religious artifacts collection, 1867-2018, contains objects associated with the university or with notable individuals in university history.
The Loyola University Maryland oral history collection, 2011-2021, contains interviews with people affiliated with Loyola University Maryland, primarily conducted by students in David Carey Jr.'s class HS485: Oral History in the Americas. The collection includes interview transcripts as well as audio and video files.
The Loyola University Maryland photograph collection documents the history of the university from 1867 through 2011. The collection contains prints in various sizes, contact sheets, slides, and negatives and also houses some illustrations and engravings.
Loyola University Maryland is a Catholic university, located in Baltimore Maryland, founded in 1852. The Loyola University Maryland scrapbook collection, 1846-1980, contains newspaper clippings on events and people of Loyola, and information about Loyola. The collection also contains various documents including building plans, club records, and event records.