Catholic universities and colleges
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
The Father John G. Hacker collection, 1920-1950, contains letters and biographical information about Father Hacker, incoming letters to Father Hacker from friends and Maryland government officials, reviews of his "Catholic Hymnal" book, and pages of music he composed or used for religious services. Father John G. Hacker, S.J. was born August 21, 1877 in Buffalo, New York. He was a celebrated German professor and music prefect at Loyola College until his death on September 11, 1946.
Father John J. Griffin, born in 1859, was a Catholic priest and academic. This collection consists mainly of Rev. Griffin’s Camp Namaschaug documents, including business correspondence, bills, receipts, financial information, booklets and advertisements, and legal documents.
The Loyola University Maryland Office of International Programs records, 1990s-2000s, contains a scrapbook of study abroad opportunities for Loyola students. The Office of International Programs supports a diverse offering of global opportunities, such as study abroad programs and international programming on campus.
The Loyola University Maryland publicatons collection contains publications produced by a variety of departments and organizations at the university.
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.
The Notre Dame of Maryland oral history collection, 1973-2004, contains interviews and oral histories with individuals affiliated with the university.
The Notre Dame of Maryland University publicatons collection contains publications produced by a variety of departments and organizations at the university.