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Subject Source: Art & Architecture Thesaurus

Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:

Christensen family papers

Identifier: SC-029
Abstract The Christensen family papers, 1945-1986, consist of letters written by John Francis (J.F.) Christensen to his wife, Alcyone Christensen, and mother-in-law, Nellie Condon, from 1945 to 1947. The collection includes certified copies of Alcyone's and J.F.'s birth certificates and baptismal records as well as a certified letter confirming their 1926 marriage. Thomas Condon's 1954 death certificate, Alcyone's 1971 will, and Helen Christensen's Mount Saint Agnes College autograph book can be...
Dates: 1945 - 1986

Father John G. Hacker collection

Identifier: SC-016

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.

Dates: 1920-1950

Harry Earl Montgomery collection of Lincoln materials

Identifier: SC-003

The Harry Earl Montgomery collection of Lincoln materials, 1831-1913, contains material relating to the life and death of Abraham Lincoln, as well as materials documenting memorials to Lincoln. Harry Earl Montgomery (1873-1915) was a lawyer in Buffalo, New York. He was a collector known for his collections of ancient coins and materials on Abraham Lincoln.

Dates: 1831-1913

James Cardinal Gibbons memorabilia collection

Identifier: SC-028
Abstract James Gibbons was born in Baltimore, Maryland on July 23, 1834 to Irish-born parents. In 1886, he was appointed Cardinal-Priest of Santa Maria in Trastevere, becoming the second American to earn the rank in the Catholic Church. The James Cardinal Gibbons memorabilia collection, 1869-1994, contains newspapers, correspondence, plaques, and jubilee souvenirs relating to Cardinal Gibbons' religious life and death. The collection includes official photographs of the...
Dates: circa 1887-1994

James Monroe check

 Collection — Box 1: [Barcode: 32425005823910], Folder: 2
Identifier: SC-009

The James Monroe check, 1823, contains the signature of James Monroe, the fifth President of the United States, as written on a Bank of the United States note. The cancelled check is written to the order of J. Ingersoll for four hundred dollars.

Dates: 1823

John J. Griffin papers

Identifier: SC-050

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.

Dates: 1890-1938

Louise Imogen Guiney collection

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: SC-020

The Louise Imogen Guiney collection, 1889-1914, contains photographs, poems, letters, a pamphlet, a newspaper, and souvenirs belonging to the Catholic poet and essayist. Louise Imogen Guiney was born January 7, 1861 in Roxbury, Massachusetts to an Irish-born, Catholic father and American mother. She was raised in the Catholic faith and wrote celebrated poems, essays, and verses inspired by her religious beliefs.

Dates: Majority of material found within 1889-1914

Loyola University Maryland autograph collection

 Collection — Box 1, Folder: 1
Identifier: LUMD-002-004
Abstract The Loyola University Maryland autograph collection, 1853-1988, consists of letters written to Loyola College administrators and Dr. Nicholas Varga, Loyola Archivist, from notable people of the time. Some are historical documents pulled from Loyola's archival records, such as an 1853 letter from Joseph Henry to Father Ward at the Smithsonian Institution. All letters contain the writer's original signature. American composer, Henry Mancini, signed his autograph on the front cover of the...
Dates: 1853 - 1988

Loyola University Maryland Board of Trustees records

Identifier: LUMD-001-001

The Loyola University Maryland Board of Trustees records reflect the activities of the Board from Loyola's founding in 1853 though 2014.

Dates: 1853-2014

Loyola University Maryland Office of Academic Affairs records

Identifier: LUMD-004-001
Abstract The records of the Loyola University Maryland Office of Academic Affairs span from 1908 through 2012. The records include minutes from governance boards and subcommittes which reported to the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs; accreditation materials submitted to Middle States for the college as a whole; documentation submitted to various accrediting agencies for individual departments; department annual reports; corresponence, statistics and benchmarking materials; and subject...
Dates: 1908-2012