University history (university function)
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
This series contains a set of poems written by Ann Hennessy in 1952 and updated in 2001, and a scrapbook compiled circa 1951.
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 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.
The Mount Saint Agnes College collection, 1898-2020, contains records documenting the administrative, academic, and cultural life of the college. Mount Saint Agnes College was a Catholic women's college in Baltimore, Maryland, operated by the Sisters of Mercy religious order.
The Nicholas Varga papers, circa 1950-2005, document the life, career, and publications of Loyola history professor and archivist Nicholas Varga. Nicholas Varga (1925-2005) was a decorated Army veteran, archivist, and historian specializing in the history of Maryland and politics of colonial New York.
The Notre Dame of Maryland University memorabilia and religious artifacts collection, 1622-circa 2015, contains objects associated with the university or with notable individuals in university history.
The Notre Dame of Maryland oral history collection, 1973-2004, contains interviews and oral histories with individuals affiliated with the university.