Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
The Govans history collection, 1919-1962, contains materials that document the history of the Govans neighborhood in Baltimore, Maryland. This is an artificially assembled collection, with material donated to or purchased by the Loyola Notre Dame Library. The collection includes materials relating to businesses, churches, and transportation in Govans.
Linelle LaBonte was born in 1937 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She recived an MFA in Photography from MICA in 1971 and served as a professor in the Art Department at Notre Dame Maryland University, teaching until her retirement in 2002. The Linelle LaBonte artwork collection, dated circa 1970-circa 1990, contains photograms, artwork titled Computer Drawings, photographs, artist statements, and an illustrated CV.
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.
This is a hand drawn map of the Kernewood estate located in Baltimore, Maryland, titled "Kernwood" by the original creator. The estate was orignially built by David S. Wilson in the 1840s. The estate was later sold to the Garrett family, and then to Loyola College. The mansion was used as an athletic facility by the College in 1925.
The Nicholas Varga collection of Baltimore ethnic history materials, 1968-1987, consists of newspaper clippings, articles, and research notes related to the ethnic history of Baltimore. The materials trace Baltimore's ethnic history back to the founding of Maryland. Also included are folders containing syllabi, drafts of exams, scholarly writing, and student papers from Varga's Ethnic History of Baltimore course, taught at Loyola College from 1981-1986.