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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: Example: 1900-2010 (bulk 2000-2005), 1851-1854, 1932-
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.
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....
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.
Scope and Content of the Collection Files include an accreditation report (1938), correspondence about the discovery of the original 1855 college charter (1935), the Mission Church Restoration (1936-1938), facilities, a proposal to improve the Rose Gardens, correspondence with Father Schoener, Padre of the Roses (1938-1939), the curriculum, ROTC (1930s-1940), and students.
Scope and Content of the Collection Files include Inaguration address, correspondence, programs for Mass and Inauguration ceremony, press releases, and letters of congratulations from other colleges and universities. Also includes annual correspondence and chronological files, reports from Associations, administrative departments, financial, and staff, council and committe meetings.
Overview The Nobili Papers contain virtually all the documents of the early days of Santa Clara College. Included are financial records, legal papers (particularly dealing with securing the former Mission land from various claimants), and correspondence with Church and State officials, parents, and merchants. Of special interest are documents related to the Orchard Trial, in which Nobili and Bishop Alemany seek to establish claim to land formerly held by Mission Santa Clara. In addition to Santa Clara...
Found in: Santa Clara University Archives
Scope and Content of the Collection During Father Donohoe's ten year administration, the University underwent tremendous physical growth and social change: it became coeducational in 1961, the undergraduate student body tripled in size, graduate programs at both the Master’s and doctoral levels were installed in the Schools of Business and Engineering, and the Santa Clara Plan, a new academic program, was adopted. In addition, Father Donohoe created the Board of Regents in 1959, broadened the university’s fundraising efforts, and...
Scope and Contents Files include primarily correspondence of the early presidents of Santa Clara: Congiato (1856-1857), Cicaterri (1857-1861), Villiger (1861-1865), Varsi (1868-1876), Brunengo (1876-1880), Kenna (1883-1888), Pinasco (1888-1893), Riordan (1893-1894), Kenna (1899-1905), Gleeson (1905-1910), Morrissey (1910-1913), Thornton (1913-1918), and Murphy (1918-1921). Boxes 5 and 6 include Fr. Kenna's breviary and crucifix and Box 7 includes 2 copies of Rev. John Ryan, S.J.'s "Memoir of the Life of Rev....
Found in: Santa Clara University Archives
Scope and Content of the Collection Fr. Terry's eight years as university president were marked by sit-ins, demonstations, and protests regarding the ROTC. Fr. Terry was also required several times to defend the University's new open forum policy for guest speakers. As president, Fr. Terry spearheaded the physical expansion of the campus. The records contain reports, minutes, publications, brochures, staff memos, and the President's incoming and outgoing correspondence, about policy issues, events, committees and task forces.
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- Santa Clara University (Calif.) -- Administration. 9
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- Donohoe, Patrick A., S.J. 1
- Engh, Michael, S.J. 1
- Gianera, William C., S.J. 1
- Hauck, Herman J. S.J. 1
- Lyons, James J., S.J. 1
- Maher, Zacheus J., S.J. 1
- McCoy, Cornelius J., S.J. 1
- Rudolph, Louis C., S.J. 1
- Walsh, Charles J., S.J. 1 ∧ less
- Brunengo, Aloysius, S.J., Fr. 1
- Cicaterri, Felix, S.J., Fr. 1
- Congiato, Nicholas, Fr., S.J., 1816-1897 1
- Donohoe, Patrick A., 1914- 1
- Engh, Michael E., 1949- 1
- Gianera, William C., S.J., Fr. 1
- Gleeson, Richard A., S.J., Fr. 1
- Hauck, Herman J., S.J., Fr. 1
- Kenna, Robert E., S.J., Fr. 1
- Lyons, James J., S.J., Fr. 1
- Maher, Zacheus J., S.J., Fr. 1
- McCoy, Cornelius J., S.J., Fr. 1
- Morrissey, James P., S.J., Fr. 1
- Murphy, Timothy L., S.J., Fr. 1
- Nobili, John 1
- Pinasco, John, S.J., Fr. 1
- Riordan, Joseph W., S.J., Fr. 1
- Rudolph, Louis C., S.J., Fr. 1
- Terry, Thomas D., S.J., Fr. 1
- Thornton, Walter F., S.J., Fr. 1
- Varsi, Aloysius, S.J., Fr. 1
- Villiger, Burchard, Fr., S.J. 1
- Walsh, Charles J., S.J., Fr. 1 ∧ less