Alaska; Aniakchak volcano; Jesuits; Mass; Nature; People; Photographs; Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; University of Santa Clara; Volcanoes;
Black-and-white photograph of Fr. Hubbard, the "Glacier Priest," saying Mass in Aniakchak Crater, Alaska. This image was eliminated by National Geographic from one of Fr. Hubbard's lectures. He refused to go on until it was put back in...
Athletics; College buildings; College students; Jesuits; People; Photographs; Santa Clara (Calif.); Santa Clara County (Calif.)--History; Student life; Track and field; Trees; University of Santa Clara;
Black-and-white photograph of track meet held on track around handball court and behind O'Connor Hall.
Four copy photographs of Jesuits, in one 10 are standing in front of an ivy covered wall, in another 13 are sitting and standing under a tree, two others show a single Jesuit, in one alone in the library, in another with 2 students
Photographs; University of Santa Clara (Calif.); Jesuits
In December 1969, Rev. Walter E. Schmidt was honored for his work in establishing Santa Clara Youth Village. Among those who came to honor him were Clyde Arbuckle, the Historian of San Jose and the Rev. Arthur D. Spearman, S.J. author and then...
Santa Clara University (Calif.); Young, Edmund J.A.
One of the first American Jesuits to come to Santa Clara, Edmund J. Young arrived in 1861 and remained the rest of his life. He taught rhetoric and directed the school's literary activity for 30 years. He was a favorite teacher.