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Santa Clara University (Calif.). Office of the President



  • Existence: 1851-

Found in 40 Collections and/or Records:

Board of Trustees portraits

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2022-002
Dates: Panelli portrait: 1984; Markkula portrait: 2009; Finocchio portrait: 2015; Gentzkow portrait: 2019

Charles J. Walsh, S.J. papers

 Record Group
Identifier: 3DB21
Scope and Content of the Collection Father Walsh became the “War President” at Santa Clara: he was given the task of trying to accommodate Santa Clara to the loss of more than 1/5th of its normal enrollment. During his administration an accelerated program of study was created in order to allow students to graduate in three years and intercollegiate athletic competition was cancelled. An Army Specialized Training Program was begun in 1943, to provide basic and advanced engineering classes, however Santa Clara faced a fiscal...
Dates: 1939 to 1957

Commencement programs, 2019

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 2019-06-19

Cornelius J. McCoy, S.J. papers

 Record Group
Identifier: 3DB18
Scope and Content of the Collection

File include information on campus buildings, fund raising and gifts, the burning of the Mission Church in 1926 and its reconstruction, suggestions for engineers to build the Bay Bridge (1927), and correspondence with John J. Montgomery.

Dates: 1913 to 1938

Framed print of Santa Clara College

 Unprocessed Material
Identifier: 202109-001

Herman J. Hauck, S.J. papers

 Record Group
Identifier: 3DB23
Scope and Content of the Collection Fr. Hauck's administration was a time of quiet transition from post-War rebuilding to the dramatic changes of the 1960's. During Fr. Hauck's seven years as president Santa Clara was forced to withdraw from intercollegiate football, the University was accredited by the Western College Association, efforts were begun to reestablish graduate studies, the University became affiliated with Alma College, tuition was increased, and property was purchased that included the Eberhard Tanning Company....
Dates: 1951-1958

James J. Lyons, S.J. papers

 Record Group
Identifier: 3DB19
Scope and Content of the Collection

Files include correspondence about the Alumni Association, invitations to the ground breaking for the Golden Gate Bridge and for campus events, fund raising materials, and student information.

Dates: 1924 to 1937