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Abstract The Edwin J. Brown Papers document a portion of the career of professor Edwin J. Brown, founder and head of Santa Clara University's Department of Education from 1951-1962. The bulk of the collection documents Brown's career at Santa Clara University, as well as his involvement as a scout for the St. Louis Browns baseball team. The collection includes academic publications, correspondence, teaching materials and unpublished writings. This collection is arranged into six series: Series I....
Abstract The Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J. Papers, 1852-2001 (1921-1958), documents the life of priest, explorer, and lecturer Father Bernard Rosencrans Hubbard, also known as the Glacier Priest. The bulk of the collection consists of photographs and films taken by Father Hubbard during his travels and artifacts both owned and collected by him. The records consist of correspondence between Hubbard and friends, coworkers, fellow members of the priesthood, and a variety of other people, including fans to...
Dates: 1852-2001 (bulk 1921-1958)
Abstract The Francisco Jiménez Papers, 1962-2010, document Jiménez’s achievements as a writer and university professor. Jiménez’s written works, primarily collections of short stories, document his childhood and adolescence as the son of migrant farm workers. He recounts his personal and academic journey, from working alongside his parents while living in abject poverty and struggling to learn English at school, to eventually receiving his BA at Santa Clara University, as well as his MA and Ph.D. at...
Identifier: Record Group 3VC
Abstract The Santa Clara University Commencement & Baccalaureate Mass Records, 1852-2009, document the university’s annual commencement and Baccalaureate Mass ceremonies spanning a 157-year period. The records consist of audiovisual materials, Baccalaureate Mass programs, ceremony events, commencement programs, commencement speaker’s speeches, media releases, newspaper clippings, and programs. This collection is arranged into three series: Series I. Commencement Programs and Related Materials,...
Identifier: Record Group 5TS
Abstract The Santa Clara University Men’s & Women’s Soccer Program Records, 1977-2006 (bulk 1995-2006), document the history of the university’s men’s and women’s soccer teams over a 30-year period. The records consist of newspaper clippings, media guides, rosters of players and coaching staff, score cards and season schedules. The media guides are publications used by local and national media to track the teams, and include historical records, photographs, player profiles, season previews and team...
Dates: 1977 - 2006; Majority of material found within 1995 - 2006
Identifier: R.G. 5TF
Abstract The Santa Clara University Men’s Football and Rugby Club Records, 1869-1993 (bulk 1929-1993), document the history of men’s football and rugby over a 120-year period and an 85-year period, respectively. The records consist of media guides, newspaper clippings, photographs, players and coaching staff rosters, score cards, and season schedules. The media guides are publications used by local and national media to track the teams, and include historical records, photographs, player profiles,...
Dates: 1869-1993 (bulk 1929-1993)
Identifier: R.G. 3ZC
Abstract The Santa Clara University Records of the Catala Club, 1930-2012, document the history of the club, which was established by James J. Lyons, S.J. in the spring of 1930. The collection consists of meeting minutes, financial records, reports, and leadership rosters. In addition, the collection includes scrapbooks, newspaper clippings, member biographies, photographs, and items from the annual fashion show and other fundraisers. The club remains an active part of the Santa Clara University...
Identifier: R.G. 3C
Abstract The Santa Clara University Scrapbook Collection, 1890-2014 (bulk 1902-1988), consists of ninety-six scrapbooks documenting more than a century of SCU history. Created by the university, students, faculty, and supporting organizations, the scrapbooks chronicle numerous aspects of university life, from descriptions of important events, such as commencement and anniversary celebrations, to significant changes, such as the transition to a coeducational campus. The scrapbooks provide information...
Dates: 1890-2014 (bulk 1902-1988)