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Baccalaureate Mass Photographs 1980s-1990s

Title

Baccalaureate Mass Photographs 1980s-1990s

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Photographs of the annual Baccalaureate Mass

Location

P1-020  (formerly P1-01-02-14)
P1-021  (formerly P1-01-02-15)
P1-022  (formerly P1-01-02-16)
P1-121  (formerly P1-02-04-22)
P1-123  (formerly P1-02-05-01)
P1-163

Baccalaureate Mass - Programs 1972-2015

Title

Baccalaureate Mass - Programs 1964-2015

Inclusive Dates

1964, 1966, 1972, 1974-75, 1977-84, 1986-89, 1991-99, 2000-2015

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

The Baccalaureate Mass is celebrated on the Saturday before graduation.  Includes copies of programs, speeches, etc.

  • A1-05-14 1964, 1966, 1972-1999
  • A1-06-30 2000 -

Location

A1-05-14 / A1-06-30

Updated   3/15/2017

Basketball (Men’s) Championship Team 1990-91

Title

Basketball (Men’s) Championship Team 1990-91

Inclusive Dates

1990-91

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

2 large boxes, 4 document cases

Description

Documents the success of the 1990-91 men’s basketball team.  The team won the NEC and were 24-7 for the season.  This was the first ever appearance of the Red Flash in the NCAA playoffs.

Box 1 (M – 71) contains t-shirts signed by team members; Red Flash flag; 1990-91 media guide; clippings from Mainline newspapers August 12, 1991 about Mike Iuzzolino being named scholar/athlete of the year by Northeast Conference; 2 tickets to championship game March 2, 1991.

Box 2 (M - 70) contains copies of a scrapbook created by assistant basketball coaches to chronicle the 1990-91 team.  The original scrapbook is in the possession of former coach Jim Baron.  Bob Trumpbaur, Alumni Director until 1994, borrowed the scrapbook.  Five copies were made.  Four are in the archives and one was donated to the 1994 basketball coach for the Stokes Room archives.

Document case (A1-04-02) contains various items.  Most of the articles not identified by source were clipped from the Altoona Mirror.  Articles are dated August 1990 through November 1991.  Includes schedules, team photos, newspaper articles, Northeast Conference (10th annual basketball championship) program, Altoona Mirror sports supplement (Wednesday, March 20, 1990).

Articles discuss Coach Baron, Miko Iuzzolino, John Hilvert, Tom Bennetch, Joe Anderson, Steven Strachan, Skip Hughes (1912-1991), Harkeem Dixon, Mike Find, Norm Van Lier (SFC 1965-69), Maurice Stokes, Kauai Classic.

Document case (A1-04-02) contains:  photocopies of newspaper clippings; post season tournament guide; 1990-91 Men’s Basketball Media Guide.  Clippings, etc. donated by Fr. Vincent Negherbon (August 1996); Final Statistics 1990/91; 1990/91 “The Year in Review”; “That Championship Season”.

Document case (A1-04-18) contains:  newspaper clippings, stats, NCAA 1991 Altoona Mirror supplement, media guides, NEC 10th Annual Basketball Championship first round program, GTE Academic All-American Team Mike Iuzzolino, media notes #15 SFC vs. #2 University of Arizona.

Document case (A1-04-19) contains:  1990-91 media guide, program, post season guide, Fordham Rams basketball post season guide, slides and photos. 1991 NCAA Basketball Championship guide, 1990/91 Patriot League Men’s Basketball.

Document case (A1-04-20) contains:  NEC 1990-91 basketball 10th Anniversary season program, Arizona 1991 post season guide, Arizona media guide.  3 green folders with stats, media guides, etc.

Sign/t-shirt/flag

Men’s Basketball scrapbook

Location

M-70
M-71
A1-04-02
A1-04-18
A1-04-19
A1-04-20

Basketball (Men's) - Photograph Team 1918-1919

 

Title

Basketball (Men's) - Photograph Team 1918-1919 

Inclusive Dates

1918-1919

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

1 framed photograph

Description

Group photograph of 1918-1919 basketball team in the middle and the first string shown in action poses all around.

 

Location

M-174

Basketball (Men’s) - Publications

Title

Basketball (Men’s) - Publications

Inclusive Dates

1926-present

Origin

Sports Information Office

Arrangement

Chronological

Volume

7 document cases

Description

Contains programs of the major concentration sport at Saint Francis College – Basketball.  In most cases, there is only one program for any given year listed.  In addition to programs from regular season games, there are programs from some playoff games.  Information given to the press took several formats including Public Relations Brochures (1961-1962, 1964-1965); Yearbook (1954-1955); Basketball Information Brochure (1966-1967, 1967-1968); Basketball Brochure (1968-1969, 1969-1970); Basketball Handbook (1970-1971, 1971-1972); Basketball Press Guide (1972-1973, 1977-1978);  Basketball (1978-1979); Basketball Media Guide (1979-1980); Basketball Media Guide and Yearbook (1980-1981); Basketball (1981-1982, 1982-1983); Media Guide and Yearbook (1983-1984); Media Guide (1984-1985).  Publications for any given year generally include schedule, list of players, coaches, etc.

Of special note are:

  • Tribute to William “Skip” Hughes in Altoona Mirror, Feb. 12, 1991.
  • National Intercollegiate Tournament (1952, 1954-1956, 1967)
  • Fourth Annual National Catholic Invitational Tournament (1952)
  • Kevin Porter First “Red Flash” Basketball Camp flyer (1983)
  • St. Francis College Hosts Interscholastic High School Tournaments programs (1929, 1932, 1933, 1937, 1939, 1956, 1967)
  • Jack O’Malley article about basketball team of 1959 sleeping in airport because the hotels in Winston-Salem, NC would not allow negroes to room with whites
  • 1989 Saint Francis College of Pennsylvania Post-Season Tournament Guide

Location

A1-01-11 (1926-1972/73)
A1-01-12 (1973/74-1981/82)
A1-03-41 (1982/83-1986/87)
A1-04-55 (1987/88-1991/92)
A1-04-56 (1992/93-1995/96)
A1-06-04 (1996/97-2010-11)
A1-06-21 (2012/13 - present

Basketball (Men’s) - Videotapes

Title

Basketball (Men’s) - Videotapes

Inclusive Dates

various

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

16 videotapes (various types)

  • Tape #3 Stokes B&W Silent (5 min end of Brigham Young vs. SFC 1954)
  • St. Francis vs. Springfield (79-69) 1/3/86 WLKF Classic
  • Basketball Highlights 87-88
  • Marist vs St. Francis tape 1 of 3 1/26/89
  • Marist vs St. Francis tape 2 of 3
  • Marist vs St. Francis tape 3 of 3
  • Basketball Master 1991
  • Men’s Basketball Finals 1991 (March 2) SFC vs. FDU in Loretto
  • SFC vs. FDU (NEC Championship), SFC vs. Fordham (Play-in Game), News Coverage of Win, Players Reactions to Pairings, SFC vs. Arizona
  • Pairings Player’s Reactions and Press Conference NCAA Tournament 1991
  • Iuzzolino Basketball Coaches Award Ceremony 1991
  • Basketball Highlight tape 92-93
  • Maurice Stokes #26 Jersey Retirement 11/18/2000
  • SFC Basketball Clips
  • Archive Sports Basketball coaches, shots, additional sports, crowd shots, Parents Weekend @ football game
  • Stokes Documentary – Mark Kutsher, Fr. Vince - 2

Location

M - 90

Additional Information

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 1999-2000

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 1999-2000

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Videotapes of games:

  • Red and White Scrimmage (H) -- 10/30/1999
  • SFC vs. Premier Sports Intl. (H) --  11/6/1999
  • Robert Morris vs. SFC  --  3/3/2000
  • SFC vs. Morehead (H)  --  11/19/1999
  • Notre Dame vs. SFC (PA)  -- 11/21/1999
  • SFC vs. Pittsburgh (A)  --  11/24/1999
  • SFC vs. Loyola-MD (A)  -- 11/27/1999
  • SFC vs. Bucknell (H)  -- 12/1/1999
  • SFC vs. Univ. of IL-Chicago (A) -- 12/4/1999
  • SFC vs. Niagara (H) -- 12/8/1999
  • SFC vs. Loyola-MD (H) -- 12/11/1999
  • SFC vs. Youngstown (A) -- 12/22/1999
  • SFC vs. Robert Morris (A) -- 1/5/2000
  • SFC vs. Saint Francis-NY (H)  -- 1/8/2000
  • SFC vs. LIU (H) -- 1/10/2000
  • SFC vs. Mount St. Mary’s (A)  -- 1/15/2000
  • SFC vs. UMBC (A) -- 1/17/2000
  • SFC vs. Quinnipiac (A) -- 1/22/2000
  • SFC vs. CCSU (A) -- 1/24/2000
  • SFC vs. UMBC (H) -- 1/29/2000
  • SFC vs. Mount St. Mary’s (H)  -- 1/31/2000
  • SFC vs. Monmouth (A) -- 2/3/2000S
  • FC vs. Fairleigh Dickinson (A) -- 2/5/2000
  • SFC vs. Sacred Heart (H) -- 2/10/2000
  • SFC vs. Wagner (H) -- 2/12/2000
  • SFC vs. Robert Morris (H) -- 2/15/2000
  • SFC vs. Quinnipiac (H) -- 2/17/2000
  • SFC vs. CCSU (H) -- 2/19/2000
  • SFC vs. St. Francis-NY (A) -- 2/26/2000

Location

M-106

 

 

Additional Information

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 2000-2001

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 2000-2001

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Videotapes of games

  • SFC vs. Premier Sports   11/1/2000
  • SFC vs. Connecticut Stars    11/11/2000
  • SFC vs. Youngstown State      11/18/2000
  • SFC vs. Bucknell      11/21/2000
  • SFC vs. Niagara         11/27/2000
  • SFC vs. Mount St. Mary’s   12/2/2000
  • SFC vs. UMBC   12/4/2000
  • SFC vs. Wagner    12/7/2000
  • SFC vs. Sacred Heart     12/9/2000
  • SFC vs. Morehead State    12/19/2000
  • SFC vs. Wright State 12/21/2000
  • SFC vs. Villanova    12/30/2000
  • SFU vs. Monmouth    1/6/2001
  • SFU vs. Fairleigh Dickinson    1/8/2001
  • SFU vs. Robert Morris      1/13/2001
  • SFU vs. St. Francis-NY    1/15/2001
  • SFU vs. Long Island   1/20/2001
  • SFU vs. St. Francis-NY    1/22/2001
  • SFU vs. Univ. of MD-Baltimore County      1/27/2001
  • SFU vs. Mount St. Mary’s      1/29/2001
  • SFU vs. Wagner      2/1/2001
  • SFU vs. Sacred Heart    2/3/2001
  • SFU vs. Monmouth        2/8/2001
  • SFU vs. Fairleigh Dickinson   2/10/2001
  • SFU vs. Robert Morris    2/14/2001
  • SFU vs. Quinnipiac     2/17/2001
  • SFU vs. CCSU    2/22/2001
  • SFU vs. Quinnipiac      2/24/2001

Location

M-104

Additional Information

 

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 2001-2002

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 2001-2002

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Videotapes of games

  • Premier Sports International       11/2/2001
  • Big Apple Basketball      11/8/2001
  • Wright State University    11/17/2001
  • American University   11/20/2001
  • Bucknell University        11/24/2001
  • UMBC    11/29/2001
  • Mount St. Mary’s College      12/1/2001
  • University of Pittsburgh    12/5/2001
  • Howard University     12/15/2001
  • Wake Forest University12/19/2001
  • University of Miami           12/30/2001
  • Wagner College    1/3/2002
  • Sacred Heart University    1/5/2002
  • Long Island University   1/10/2002
  • St. Francis College-NY  1/12/2002
  • Robert Morris College   1/16/2002
  • Monmouth University     1/19/2002
  • Wagner College 1/23/2002
  • Long Island University    1/26/2002
  • St. Francis College-NY      1/28/2002
  • Central Connecticut State University      2/2/2002
  • Quinnipiac University 2/4/2002
  • UMBC        2/7/2002
  • Mount St. Mary’s College      2/9/2002
  • Monmouth University    2/14/2002
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University    2/16/2002
  • Robert Morris College   2/20/2002
  • Central Connecticut State University      2/23/2002
  • Quinnipiac University   2/25/2002
  • University of Connecticut 1st Round      3/16/2002

Location

M-107

Additional Information

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 2002-2003

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 2002-2003

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Men’s Basketball 2002-2003 Season games on VHS tape

  • Big Apple Basketball  11/08/02
  • Premier Sports International   11/16/02
  • Howard University 11/22/02
  • University of Pittsburgh 11/27/02
  • Virginia Military Institute   12/01/02
  • Youngstown State University   12/04/02
  • Bucknell University     12/07/02
  • Robert Morris University  12/14/02
  • Western Kentucky University 12/20/02
  • Penn State University    12/28/02
  • American University    01/04/03
  • Mount Saint Mary’s College  01/11/03
  • University of Maryland-Baltimore County 01/13/03
  • Central Connecticut State University  01/18/03
  • Quinnipiac University    01/20/03
  • Sacred Heart University   01/25/03
  • Wagner College    01/27/03
  • Sacred Heart University   02/01/03
  • Wagner College   02/03/03
  • Long Island University   02/06/03
  • Saint Francis College (NY)    02/08/03
  • University of Maryland-Baltimore County      02/13/03
  • Mount Saint Mary’s College     02/15/03
  • Monmouth University    02/20/03
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University     02/22/03
  • Robert Morris University   02/24/03
  • Monmouth University    02/27/03
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University   03/01/03
  • Quinnipiac University  03/08/03

Location

M-119

Additional Information

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 2003-2004

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 2003-2004

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Videotapes of games

  • Premier Sports  11/8/2003
  • Big Apple Basketball     11/15/2003
  • University of Pittsburgh     11/22/2003
  • Penn State University       11/26/2003
  • Youngstown State University    11/29/2003
  • Howard University   12/3/2003
  • Bucknell University  12/6/2003
  • Robert Morris University   12/13/2003
  • American University   12/18/2003
  • Virginia Military Institute 12/21/2003
  • Cornell University    1/3/2004
  • University of Nebraska   1/6/2004
  • St. Francis College-NY    1/10/2004
  • Long Island University   1/12/2004
  • Monmouth University  1/17/2004
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University   1/19/2004
  • Mount St. Mary’s College   1/24/2004
  • Long Island University  1/31/2004
  • Sacred Heart University   2/7/2004
  • Central Connecticut State University   2/12/2004
  • Quinnipiac University 2/14/2004
  • Robert Morris University  2/17/2004
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University   2/19/2004
  • Mount St. Mary’s College   2/21/2004
  • Wagner College    2/23/2004
  • Central Connecticut State University     2/26/2004
  • Quinnipiac University    2/28/2004
  • Premier Sports International   11/6/2004
  • Howard University  11/19/2004
  • Bucknell University    11/22/2004
  • University of Pittsburgh    12/1/2004
  • Ohio University   12/7/2004
  • George Washington University     12/11/2004
  • Slippery Rock University   12/18/2004
  • University of Minnesota   12/22/2004
  • Youngstown State University     12/29/2004

Location

M-105

Additional Information

Basketball (Men's) Videotapes 2005-2006

Title

Athletics - Videotapes 2005-2006

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Videotapes of games

  • Juniata College 11/5/2005
  • Coaches vs. Cancer – Cornell  11/8/2005
  • Coaches vs. Cancer – B. Cookman   11/9/2005
  • Youngstown State University     11/19/2005
  • Lock Haven University      11/21/2005
  • Ohio University  11/26/2005
  • George Washington University 11/30/2005
  • St. Bonaventure University  12/3/2005
  • Sacred Heart University  12/10/2005
  • Penn State University   12/18/2005
  • LaSalle University   12/28/2005
  • Long Island University    1/5/2005
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University     1/7/2005
  • Robert Morris University   1/10/2005
  • Wagner College  1/15/2005
  • St. Francis College-NY    1/17/2005
  • Wagner College    1/22/2005
  • Quinnipiac University  1/24/2005
  • Robert Morris University  1/27/2005
  • Central Connecticut State University   2/3/2005
  • Quinnipiac University    2/5/2005
  • Mount St. Mary’s     2/7/2005
  • Monmouth University    2/10/2005
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University      2/12/2005
  • Mount St. Mary’s     2/21/2005
  • Sacred Heart University  2/28/2005
  • American University  1/2/2006
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University       1/5/2006
  • Monmouth University       1/7/2006
  • Mount St. Mary’s University       1/10/2006
  • Long Island University  1/12/2006
  • St. Francis College-NY    1/14/2006
  • Wagner College     1/19/2006
  • Sacred Heart University     1/21/2006
  • Robert Morris University      1/24/2006
  • Fairleigh Dickinson University  1/26/2006
  • Monmouth University      1/28/2006
  • Mount St. Mary’s University 2/4/2006
  • Central Connecticut State University      2/12/2006
  • Quinnipiac University   2/10/2006
  • Long Island University   2/18/2006
  • Robert Morris University   2/21/2006
  • Central Connecticut State University     2/25/2006

Location

M-103

Additional Information

Basketball - Programs

Title

Basketball - Programs

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

Fr. Vincent Negherbon

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Programs include:

  • 1950 St. Joseph College Fieldhouse
  • 1949 and 1950 National Catholic Invitational
  • 1950 and 1952 Gardens – Pittsburgh Sports Center
  • 1954 Testimonial Dinner Honoring 1954 Frankies
  • March 19, 1952-March 21, 1952 National Catholic Invitational
  • 2nd Annual Varsity F Banquet
  • 1948 National Intercollegiate Championship Pass (name on pass:  Andrew Hleba) and accompanying letter from Fr. Vincent.
  • Copy of article from Marquette student newspaper 3-27-52

Media Guides:

  • 1984-85 Women’s Basketball
  • June 18, 1984 Hall of Fame All Sports Banquet
  • 1984-85 Women’s Basketball
  • 1985-86 Men’s Basketball
  • 1986-87 Women’s Basketball
  • 1987-88 Women’s Basketball
  • 1987-88 Men’s Basketball
  • 1988-89 Men’s/Women’s Basketball
  • 1992-93 Women’s Basketball
  • 1994-1995 Men’s Basketball
  • 1994-1995 Women's Basketball Media Guide
  • 1995-1996 Men’s Basketball
  • 1995-1996 Women's Basketball Media Guide

Location

A1-05-32

Additional Information

Basketball - Videotapes 1987-1997

Title

Basketball - Videotapes 1987-1997

Inclusive Dates

1987-1997

Origin

Athletics

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Box 1:  1987-1990
Box 2:  1991-1992
Box 3:  1993-1995
Box 4:  1996-1997mis

Location

Box 1:  P4-001 (formerly P1-01-06-01)
Box 2:  P4-002 (formerly P1-01-06-02)
Box 3:  P4-003 (formerly P1-01-06-03)
Box 4:  P4-004 (formerly P1-01-07-01)

Basketball (Women’s) Championship Team 1995-96

Title

Basketball (Women’s) Championship Team 1995-96

Inclusive Dates

1995 - 1996

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

1 document case

Description

Various memorabilia from the 1995-96 women’s team that won the NEC and played in the Midwest Regional 1st rounds March 15, 1996 at the Stegeman Coliseum in Athens, GA.  Items include:   posters signed by the team members and coaches; bus ticket used by Gregg Doll (head usher at men’s home games) to go to the game on the SGA sponsored student buses as a chaperon; pennant flags passed out on the bus; a program from the game.  Also includes photographs of the college community sendoff of the team.  Original and photocopied articles, 2 ball caps.

Location

M - 72

Basketball (Women's) - Plaques

Title

Basketball (Women’s) - Plaques

Inclusive Dates

1993-1996

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

M-161  1993-1994 Saint Francis College Red Flash – Most Wins in a Season/2nd Place Northeast Conference Highest Finish in School History/NEC Tournament Runner-Up Best Finish Ever

M-161a 1994-1995 Saint Francis College Red Flash – Most Wins in a Season/Most Conference Wins/Hoss’s Red Flash Classic Champions

M-161b 1995-1996 Saint Francis College Women’s Basketball.  Plaque is mounted and covered in Plexiglas – with the schedule on the left side and the roster on the right with pictures and signatures of the players and coaches.

See also   Plaques – Basketball (Women’s)

Location

M-161, M-161a, M-161b

Basketball (Women’s) - Publications

Title

Basketball (Women’s) - Publications

Inclusive Dates

1977 -

Origin

Sports Information Office

Arrangement

Chronological

Volume

3 document cases

Description

Media guides, programs, and other publications from Women’s Basketball games.

Location

A1-03-42 (1978/79 - 1993/94)

A1-06-05 (1994/95 - 2008/2009)

A1-06-20 (2010 - present)

Basketball (Women’s) - Scrapbooks

Title

Basketball (Women’s) - Scrapbooks

Inclusive Dates

1997-98

Origin

Jenny Przekevas

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

1 framed picture, 5 scrapbooks, miscellaneous articles

Location

M - 73

Bauer (Mike,1957) and Bauer (Bill, 1959) Collection

Title

Bauer (Mike,1957) and Bauer (Bill, 1959) Collection

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

  • Book – The Burning Force of Civil Laws by Matthew Heron TOR 1952
  • St. Francis College Newsletter vol. II no. 7 September 1958
  • St. Francis College Newsletter vol. V no. 2 January 1960

Location

A1-05-23 (also contains items from Joseph Bradley, Janisko, Ford, Coward, Singer)

Bearer (Robert) Collection

Title

Bearer (Robert) Collection

Inclusive Dates

1920s – 1990s

Origin

Donated by Robert Bearer, Class of 1947

Arrangement

 

Volume

3 archive boxes, 1 misc box

Description

Materials were received at several different times, mostly during the 1996 planning meetings for the Sesquicentennial.  Mr. Bearer was the alumni representative to the steering committee.  The oversize box contains the following originals:  Pittsburgh Press article about football team (1929); excerpts from Centennial tribute to SFC; Philadelphia Inquirer front page dated April 13, 1945 announcing death of Roosevelt; Stars and Stripes Mediterranean dated May 3, 1945 announcing Nazi armies in Italy had surrendered; Stars and Stripes Mediterranean dated May 5, 1945 announcing Krauts surrender in NW Germany, Holland and Denmark.

A folder of clippings about and copies of the United States Student Association newsletter.  Copies on acid free paper of the materials in the oversize box (excluding the United States Student Association materials) are in the document case (A1-04-16).

A1-04-16 (document case):  Lorettos (1946-1948); St. Joseph’s Mission Church 1930-1990 brochure; Sesquicentennial celebration of the arrival of the Benedictine Monks in the USA Sept 30, 1846 (Sept. 8, 1996); Friends of Saint Francis brochure (purchase of the Schwab Estate); Saint Francis College of the Future brochure; Centennial book; 140th Commemorative issue of Saint Francis College Magazine (Oct 1987) ; Points on Religion (v. 111 no. 17; April 24, 1947) issued to students?; Senior Ball dance cards from 1951 and 1953; Commencement card 1948; Commencement program 1948; a page from a Varsity F tournament program.

A1-04-34 (document case):  three copies of the 1947 Pine Cone.  Photograph of attendees at a National Federation of Catholic College Students Regional Conference in Philadelphia (1948).  Photograph is in photograph archives under this title.  There is more information on this organization in the Janisko Collection.  Photographs of the campus after the 1942 fire.  These photographs have been added to the Archives photograph collection, Old Main Fire file.

A1-04-21:  medals, pins and small mug received are stored in a records center box.  Pins include:  St. Francis College Loretto, PA – St. Francis (horizontal red colored diamond) attached by a chain to College Seal (circular pin) – Saint Francis of Assisi Bell Tower 1974 (medal) – Prince Demetrius Gallitzin Bell Tower 1975 (medal with descriptive brochure) – 1947 SFC Student Council with eagle (Secretary on back) attached by chain to Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges RJB 1947-48 (in shape of an open book) – SFU Freshman pin with space for studnent name and hometown)  
St. Francis College Loretto PA – Senior Ball 1951 with College seal on front (ceramic mini mug).

Location

A1-04-16, A1-04-21, A1-04-34, M – 61

Bedosky (Michael J.) - Plaque

 

Title:     Bedosky (Michael J.) - Plaque        

Inclusive Dates:

1996

Origin:

Arrangement:

Volume:

1 Plaque

Description:

Gold-colored metal plaque on wood, 31 x 23 x 2 cm.  Sepia photograph of Michael J. Bedosky.  Inscription: This student computer facility was made possible through a gift from the late Michael J. Bedosky, October 12, 1996.  Note on back: Removed June 2011 from the student lab on the main floor.

Location:

M - 223

Bender Manuscripts

Title

Bender Manuscripts

Inclusive Dates

1862 – 1920s

Origin

Donated by Mr. John Ruggiero – SFU Professor of History

Arrangement

 

Volume

1 document case

Description

Contains copies of numerous letters written by Emericus Bender to government officials on a wide variety of subjects in 1924-25.  This includes:  letter dated December 1924 to Mr. Davies in Evanston, IL concerning the state of the country after the Democrats were in office (unfinished).  Similar letter to Mr. Calvin Coolidge, Washington DC – January 1925.  Letter dated January 1925 to Senator Reed on Cambria County Commissioners, coal companies and taxes.

Also includes Bender family history as written by Bender in 1925 and an obituary written by Bender about his death.  Items were donated by Bender family through Mr. Ruggiero.

Added Ned J. Bender transcribed (by Vickie Soyka) diaries (1911-14) and diskette (2/28/06) from Fr. Christian Oravec.

Location

M - 30

Berner (Ray) Collection

Title

Berner (Ray) Collection

Inclusive Dates

1952 - 1993

Origin

Ray Berner’s personal collection from his office and home

Arrangement

 

Volume

2 document cases

Description

Ray Berner (1933-1993) attended SFC from 1952-1955.  He wrote the sports column for the student newspaper and was the recipient of the 1955 Mr. Frankie Award.  Upon graduation he was hired by the College as an English Instructor.  He continued to teach at the College until his unexpected death in 1993.  As a classmate of Maurice Stokes and author of the sports columns for the Loretto, Ray wrote many articles about Maurice and became his friend.  Maurice stated that had it not been for Ray’s articles in the column “Sports Rays”, he (Maurice) would not have gained such fame.

Consists of materials from Ray’s office, some items donated by his brother (Conrad), and Ray’s Mr. Frankie trophy.  The trophy is located on one of the file cabinets in the archives. 

Box one contains: 

  • Folder 1:  “American Literature – First Semester – Handwritten notes; a separate section titled “The Scarlet Letter”
  • Folder 2:  “American Literature – Second Half” – handwritten notes, pages of biographical information from a book, “The Realistic Movement and New Directions” and pages (115-152) from book “Image of America”.
  • Folder 3:  “English Literature notes” – handwritten notes, “Best Articles and Stories”, August 1960.
  • Folder 4:  “Eighteenth Century Literature” – handwritten notes and reference pages from books.
  • Folder 5:  “Seventeenth Century Literature” – handwritten notes and reference pages.

Box two contains:

  • Folder 1:  “World Literature Notes – Fall”; copies of tests (English 23), students reference forms, teacher evaluation form, handwritten class notes.
  • Folder 2:  “World Literature Notes – Spring”, syllabi for World Lit 23 and 24; “The Voice of the Flag” by George H. Staley; Philadelphia Inquirer Magazine, July 1962; “Spoof on Reading:  Hamlet in the Act”, Denver CO; handwritten class notes.
  • Folder 3:  “World Literature Notes on Chaucer and Shakespeare” – paper was cut off envelope which originally contained these handwritten notes.
  • Folder 4:  “Address at the President’s Award Program” April 25, 1974; delivered by Assistant Professor Berner, mimeographed copy.
  • Folder 5:  “Maurice Stokes story for Admissions office”, text.
  • Folder 6:  “Dedication Program – Maurice Stokes Physical Education Building (1972); historical note written by Ray.
  • Folder 7:  “A Practical Look at ‘Webster’s Reply to Hayne” by Ray T. Berner reprinted from the 1959 Pennsylvania Speech Annual.
  • Folder 8:  “Newspaper Article Tribute”.
  • Folder 9:  Memorial Service program.
  • Folder 10:  Items from library display about Ray after his death.
  • Folder 11:  Items donated by Ray’s brother, Conrad; most items deal with Maurice Stokes and Stokes Foundation Chairman Francis N. Brown, 1962.  Individual items are listed below. (1) program from benefit game – 1963; (2) newspaper articles about Stokes and Stokes Foundation; (3) correspondence includes between Frank Brown and Jack Twyman; to Fr. Columba (SFC President) from Brown; (4) first news release of Stokes Foundation; (5) St. Francis College magazine, v2 n1, Stokes Memorial Edition.
  • *Folder 12:  Photograph of Ray and Thomas Long, Graduation 1955.

Separate items in back of box:  SFC of PA magazine, v5 n1, dedication of Stokes Building (1973); SFC Basketball 1981-82 edition.

Location

M – 51 and M - 52

Billetdeaux (Edward) Collection

Title

Billetdeaux (Edward) Collection

Inclusive Dates

1928 - 1931

Origin

Billetdeaux family donation

Arrangement

 

Volume

3 large boxes

Description

Edward Billetdeaux was a member of the SFC football team from 1928 to 1931.  He received the outstanding student/athlete award.  He was director of the AAABA 25th tournament in Johnstown.  He was the city supervisor of athletics and recreation in Johnstown for 17 years.  Materials were donated by his family.

First box contains photocopied scrapbook from 1920s, diploma, football team photo 1928*, knit cap* and green freshman dink*.  Second and third boxes contain wool sweaters, one of which has a varsity letter.

* = missing June 2007

Materials in the scrapbook were glued to the pages of “A Book of Fashions, Spring and Summer 1915-16 Mason and Hanson Fine Woolens”.  Some of the photographs from the newspaper articles in the scrapbook were re-shot by a photographer in 1994.  The prints are in the photograph collection.

Location

M – 74, M – 75A (maroon sweater). M-75B (cream sweater)

Blankets/Throws

Title

Blankets/Throws

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Two red with gold edging and white seal of College

One indigo with gold edging and smaller red/white seal of College

Throw – Fr. Vincent Negerbon image (donated by Jerry Lacey ’60 – July 2008).  Hanging rod also included.

Location

M - 67

Blazer

Title

Blazer

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

Mrs. Jean Marks

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

 

Blazer, lady’s, white, with embroidered insignia on breast pocket:

   “Collegium S. Francisci,” Logo “OPC”  Donated by Mrs. Jean

   Marks, Class of 1957.

 

Location

M - 69

Blood Drive - Photographs

Title

Blood Drive - Photographs

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Location/

Description

 

P1-181        Blood Drive 1980s-1990s

Board of Trustees

Overview of Collection      Documents the activities of the Board of Trustees.  Includes agendas as well as associated documents.
Creator:                                 Office of the President
Inclusive Dates:                  1975-2008
Bulk Dates:              
Quantity:
                  7 record center boxes
Language:                 Material is in English.
Acquisition:                          Transferred to the Archives from the Records Center during a review in 2017.
Processed by:          Barbara Doll, 9/15/2017

Background             The most prominent steward of this institution is the Saint Francis University Board of Trustees who are entrusted with overseeing the mission, vision, and advancement of the University.  The Board of Trustees was established in 1967, replacing the former Board of Control, which had been comprised solely of Franciscan friars.  The board consists of Franciscan friars, alumni, business and civic leaders.  The Provincial of the Franciscan Friars of the Third Order Regular, Province of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus serves as the Chairman of the Board.

Scope and Content Notes 

Agendas:

  • 1967-1981  --  A2-03-22
  • 1982-1988  --  A2-03-23
  • 1989-1994  --  A2-03-24
  • 1995-2000  --  A2-03-25
  • 2001-2004  --  A2-03-26
  • 2005-2007  --  A2-03-20
    • Board of Trustees : Buildings and Grounds Committee (1987-1999)
      • Waste Water Treatment Plant Evaluation dated April 1991
    • Board of Trustees : Development Committee (1987-1995)
    • Board of Trustees : Educational Affairs Committee (1987-1999)
    • Board of Trustees : Financial Affairs Committee (1987-1999)
    • Board of Trustees : Student Affairs Committee (1987-1999)
  • 2008-2011  --  A2-03-21

Provenance and Accession Information
Restrictions             
None
Separations and Related Materials
Location:     A2-03-20 through A2-03-26

Bodner (John) Scrapbook Collection

Title

Bodner (John) Scrapbook Collection

Inclusive Dates

1948 - 1952

Origin

Given to Bob Crusciel in 2004 by George Banky to added to Archives

Arrangement

 

Volume

4 scrapbooks

Description

Personal scrapbooks from Bodner’s years on campus

 

Location

M - 79

Books - Special

Overview of Collection:        Books that don’t need to be cataloged but could come in handy.  I realize this isn't the most descriptive collection title.  These were items that need to be located but aren't easy to categorize.

Inclusive Dates:

Bulk Dates:

Linear feet:  

Language of materials: English

Scope and Content Note

  • Bell Tower 1974 – When the yearbook was published there weren’t a lot of individuals in the photographs identified.   In this copy someone has written names near some of the photographs
  • Pine Cone 1942 – This copy as owned by Grant Linegrover, class of ‘42
  • Cheating 101: The benefits and fundamentals of earning the easy “A”, Michael Moore who was a student at St. Francis College in the late 1980s’ early 1990s.

Provenance

Restrictions

None, these materials are available upon request.

Processor

These materials were processed by and inventory was written by Barbara Doll. The inventory was last updated on June 28, 2018.

Location         A1-01-42

Borelle (Lou) Collection

Title

Borelle (Lou) Collection

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

Lou Borelle (2006)  Class of 1953

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Two Varsity “F” sweaters 

  • Sweater, men’s cream pullover with brown “F” (L.Borelle)
  • Sweater, men’s, burgundy cardigan with white “F” and two white stripes on upper sleeves (L.Borelle)

Location

M - 69

Additional Information:

Boyton (Captain Paul) Collection

Title

Boyton (Captain Paul) Collection

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

Donated by Boyton Family; additional information added by Tobin Center Staff

Arrangement

 

Volume

14 scrapbooks; also 8 boxes of photocopies; 4 large archive boxes; posters, articles, awards, music, patents and artifacts

Description

Captain Paul Boyton was born in Pittsburgh.  He was sent to school at Saint Francis College (which was then a boys school) by his mother who wanted him away from Pittsburgh’s rivers which fascinated him.  Boyton returned to SFC on many occasions after his graduation to tell the students of his adventures.  He utilized a wet suit to float down many rivers in the US, performed at a variety of shows and exhibitions, was involved in the Spanish-American War, operated a “Shoot the Chutes” water ride, built and sold houseboats, and was honored by many world leaders of the day.  He was presented with a stone from Blarney Castle which was, supposedly, one of only two such stones ever allowed to leave Ireland.  It is part of the University’s Boyton Collection.  Also included are newspaper clippings, articles, and illustrations pertaining to Boyton’s adventures and activities.  Includes article by Dave Walter published in River in April 1998 titled “The Tale of the Incredible Floating Man, Roughing it in Rubber.”

Location

M-01 5 red binders

M-02 thru M-09 Scrapbooks

M-10 thru M-13 photocopies of originals

M-14 Boyton Banshee

M-15 Articles, posters, certificates and patents

M-16 Personal artifacts

M-17 Articles, posters, certificates, music

M-18 Oversized articles and posters

Additional Information

Roughing It In Rubber by Colleen Sullivan (grandniece of Captain Paul)

TCA 910.45 B7934 S9494

Here is a decided novelty. Sea lions are not to be seen every day, and it is your privilege to show about 12 in number, being fed by their trainer, Capt. Paul Boynton. After feeding them on shore they follow him about and crowd him so that he steps into the water and continues to feed them. One more venturesome than the rest steals some of the food out of the basket. The water rolling off their backs sparkles and shines so much so as to lead one to believe that they are made of glass. This subject is animated to a wonderful degree and everyone witnessing it will call for a repetition. A most brilliant picture. Written by Lubin Films (1907)

Feeding Sea Lions is short silent film featuring Paul Boyton feeding sea lions at his Sea Lion Park at Coney Island. Boyton is shown feeding the trained sea lions, twelve in number. The sea lions follow Boyton up the steps of the pool and then follow him back into the water. One of them steals food out of the basket. The film was made by Lubin Studios on 10 March 1900.

                -Information submitted by John A. Nagy via email May 3, 2010

More information submitted by John A. Nagy via email May 1, 2010

- According to John, Paul Boyton attended Saint Francis in the 1860s after the start of the Civil War.  He went into the military in 1864.

-There are Captain Boyton websites in every major language.  Almost no one mentions that he attended Saint Francis.

-There is a picture of him on campus.

-The first man to single handedly cross the English Channel in an inflatable rubber suit.  The swim took 23 ½ hours in 1875.

-He invented (?) the amusement park and several amusement park rides.

-He has several patents that can be found in the US Patent Office.

-Websites about Paul Boyton:  http://privatearchives.free.fr/letters.html (has letters that you can download).  http://www.gutenberg.org/etext/19230 (Boyton’s book - The Story of Paul Boyton that was published in 1892.  In it he describes student life at Saint Francis during the Civil War – about 8 pages).  Coney Island-Sea Lion Park http://www.westland.net/coneyisland/articles/sealionpark.html.  Captain Boyton on the Wave Polka-Galop done in his honor  https://jscholarship.library.jhu.edu/handle/1774.2/20372?show=full.  Boyton Genealogy http://privatearchives.free.fr/download/gene_boyton2006.pdf.  New book on Boyton, information found on http://www.captainboytonblog.com.blogspot.com.  Rootsweb information on Boyton  http://news.rootsweb.com/th/read/IRELAND/2000-05/0958031712

-1894-Chicago:  Paul Boyton opened Paul Boyton’s Water Chute, America’s first modern amusement park, at 63rd and Drexel, on July 4, 1894.  Captain Boyton’s was the first amusement park to rely solely on mechanical attractions-specifically America’s first major Shoot-the-Chutes ride.

-New York Times article:  http://query.nytimes.com/qst/abstract.html?res=9E01E4DB123EE63BBC4E51DFB7668382669FDE.

-On contract with Peru:  http://knol.google.com/k/contract-with-peru.

-Gazette & Courier – Monday April 19, 1875 Foreign – Paul Boynton, who attempted the feat of swimming and paddling across the English Channel in his patent rubber life saving dress got within 5 miles of the French coast when he was obliged to give up on account of the darkness and was taken on board the accompanying steamer.  He was 15 hours in the water and emerged in excellent health and spirits, and apparently by no means exhausted.  Boynton has determined to repeat his attempt.

-Video:  Shoot-the-Chutes, Luna Park, Coney Island 1903 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7PZ7GExmv-M.

-Shooting the Chutes, Sea Lion Park, Coney Island 1896 – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zXqeLGnP6wY.

Bradley, Joseph (Class of 1936)

Title

Bradley, Joseph (Class of 1936)

Inclusive Dates

1932-1950

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

2 folders

Description

Items from Mr. Bradley's time on campus

  • Blue Book Exam - English, Freshmen Rhetoric, Instructor McGuirk, October 26, 1932
  • Report Cards
    • Junior Year with grades from 1st quarter (Nov 1) ; 1st Semester (Feb 1) ; 3rd quarter (Apr 1)
    • Senior Year with grades from 1st semester
    • Senior Year with grades from 2nd semester
  • Final Examinations Permits
    • 1932-1933
    • 1933-1934
    • 1934-1935
    • 1935-1936
  • Mid-year Examination Permit
    • 1935-36
  • Final Examination Permit for Harry Washington
    • 1935-36
  • Schedule of classes, 1st semester 1950-1951
  • 1937 Eleventh Annual Basketball Tournament for High School, Varsity "F" Club program
    • Photographs of Forensic Council and Saint Francis College "Preps" are in the program

Location

A1-05-23

Brennar Collection

Title

Brennar  Collection

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

Box contains: 

  • (1) Invitation addressed to Brennar – card inviting to ordination of Rev. Vincent Robert Negherbon on February 9, 1946.  Two small cards:  the blessing of Saint Francis written on the front on one and “Thou Art a Priest Forever” on front of the other.  Both have information of Negherbon’s ordination on the back.
  • (2) Invitation for “Faculty and Senior Class…conferring of Degrees” on January 25, 1943 at St. Michael’s Church, Loretto.  Included is a little paper name place with Brennar on it. 
  • (3) Invitation addressed to Brennar for ordination of Rev. Luke Francis Mark Postek on February 9, 1946 – card with “Christ the Priest” and picture on front and information of the ordination on back. 
  • (4)Thank you letter to Brennar from Negherbon. 
  • (5) Invitation to Brennar from Rev. James Joseph Hughes for his ordination September 15, 1945.  Card with information for his ordination, “Da MIHI ANIMUS” on front. 
  • (6)  Paper with Rules and Penalties listed on it, written by Senate of SFC and approved by Board of Discipline. 
  • (7) Book missing front and back cover – “Girl Shy”.  Comedy in three acts by Katharine Kavanaugh. 
  • (8)  Receipt for Mr. Joseph Flori, Feb 1942 – June 1942.  Paid balance of $7.50 for SFC. 
  • (9)  Christmas and Athletic Banquet for SFC, season 1940 booklet program, Dec 19, 1940. 
  • (10)  Stapled booklet lists officers, Board of Directors.  Rules and Constitutions of SFC Band, Elections, Meetings. 
  • (11)  Two postcards of SFC Science Hall. 
  • (12)  Card with SFC Basketball schedule for 1940-41 season. 
  • (13) Program for SFC Annual Football Dinner-Dance, Season 1941, Venetian Gardens Jan. 26, 1942 (2 programs). 
  • (14)  Program for Senior Class Smoker, 1943. 
  • (15) Student Guide booklet, ‘A Hand Book of Information’.  Brown with big black “F” on it and “Student Guide” on front. 
  • (16)  Program for “Sophomore Cotillion 1940 SFC, April 12, 1940. 
  • (17) “Summer Dinner-Dance SFC 1942. 
  • (18) Program for “Freshman Hop SFC, Nov. 24, 1942 and Nov. 10, 1939. 
  • (19) Book, “College Daze” – a comedy in three acts by John Rand. 
  • (20)  SFC Catalogue 1939-40 and 1942-43. 
  • (21)  “The Apostle of the Alleghenies” May 13, 1940. 
  • (22) Homecoming Programs 1940. 
  • (23) Official Football program, SFC vs Arkansas A&M, Nov. 9, 1941. 
  • (24) Flier for the Absolute Auction of Schwab, Oct. 3, 1942. 
  • (25) Flier for Schwab Auction with pictures of some parcels and other info.
  • (26) Pittsburgh Press – Sunday Sept. 6, 1942 article “College seeks Schwab Estate”.
  • (27) Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article “Fire destroys Old Main” at SFC Oct. 31, 1942. 
  • (28) Pittsburgh Press article “Prince who gave up Titlew for Priesthood will be Honored with Pageant in Loretto. 
  • (29) Big map showing Schwab estate and parcels. 
  • (30) Points on Religion
  • (31) Commencement exercises Jan. 25, 1943. 
  • (32) Various Loretto issues from 1939-1965.

Location

M-65

Brochures, Flyers, Campus Mailings

Title

Brochures, Flyers, Campus Mailings

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

2 document cases

Description

Various publications promoting events on campus, academic programs

A1-04-28

  • Admissions brochures - Health Sciences
  • Alumni President's reception, Pittsburgh, April 1996
  • Application for student employment (blank example)
  • Associate of Applied Science Degree Programs (1997)
  • Athletics Hall of Fame Inaugural Class, November 16, 1996 (program and tickets)
  • Bell Tower (yearbook) order forms 1992-1996
  • Buildings: (Each folder contains brochures and information on various buildings on campus including programs from dedications, cornerstone laying and newspaper articles.)
    • Buildings – “Pictorial Progress of Saint Francis College” which shows the campus before the 1942 fire, after the 1942 fire and in 1955.
    • Buildings - History and specifications
    • Chapel of the Immaculate Conception – contains a brochure about the chapel, invitations to the cornerstone blessing and laying in 1956 and the 1956 blessing.
    • DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness – brochure on facilities, pre-opening, 2008?
    • Doyle Hall – contains a newspaper article, a flyer promoting “ A Fine Arts Center for Saint Francis College of Pennsylvania”
    • Maurice Stokes Physical Education Building – programs from the dedication in 1972, a floor diagram of the building after the addition in the 1990s and renaming to Maurice Stokes Athletics Center.
    • Old Main - floor plans, history, bibliography (pages copied from Fr. Bonaventure Kiley, T.O.R. source books.  Originals are in T.O.R. Archives at Mount Assisi, Loretto, PA)
    • Raymond Hall - floor plans, history (pages copied from Fr. Bonaventure Kiley, T.O.R. source books.  Originals are in T.O.R. Archives at Mount Assisi, Loretto, PA)
    • Raymond Hall – Adaptive Use Study (1980)[ Not in folder 3/29/2018 - bcd)
    • Schwab Hall – fact sheet, floor plan, news release (1981).
    • Science Center-(2013) invitation and program to blessing and dedication
    • Sullivan Hall – programs from the dedication on October 6, 1962, list of delegates and learned societies and copies of the speech presented at the Dedication of Sullivan Science Hall by Frederick Rossini (University of Notre Dame) title Reflection on Science in the World Today.
    • Torvian Hall – invitation to the mass and cornerstone ceremonies and ticket for dinner
    • Women’s Residence Halls – invitation to 1957 cornerstone blessing.
  • Business Administration - brochures for undergraduate and graduate programs, packet including fees 1990-91 and 1991-92
  • Business Administration Open House Brochures - 1995 and 1996
  • Campus Ministry
    • Eucharistic Liturgy Opening the School Year, September 3, 1986 (remembering William Furlong and Steven Bobb)
    • Advent Christmas Celebration, (Liturgy) December 14,1986
    • Solemn Vespers & Benediction on the feast of Our Holy Father Francis of Assisi, Founder of the three orders, October 4, 1987
    • Feast of Saint Francis, Parent's Weekend, (Liturgy) October 2-4, 1987
    • Founders Day Liturgy, Sepbember 9, 1989
    • Allumni Weekend Eucharistic Liturgy, August 1, 1992
    • Note to the campus community from Fr. Tom Carapella inviting participation in the October 26, 1996 Day of Prayer for Peace
    • "Spirit of Assisi" Interfaith Prayer for Peace, October 26, 1996 program
  • Career Development Summer Jobs and Internships Fair, April 16, 1996 program
  • Continuing Education brochures
  • Day of Reflection October 23, 2001 program
  • Dean's List (1962-63 ; 1964-65 ; Spring 1993, Fall 1994 ; Fall 1995 ;Fall 1996 ; Spring 1997)

A1-04-29

  • Development Office fund raising brochures
    • Saint Francis College of the 70s (1974)
    • EPIC (Educational Progress for the Individual and the Community)
    • The Campaign for Saint Francis College
    • The Campaign for Saint Francis College A Progress Report
    • 150th Anniversary Campaign
    • Annual Fund promotional flyers
    • Responses to Common Objections (lists for use by phohathon callers)
  • Dorothy Day Center for Justice and Peace (brochure, Snapshots newsletter - v.6#1, Oct. 1996)
  • Education - Master of Education Leadership
  • Faculty and Staff Recognition Luncheon pgroams (1989-1994; 1997)
  • Financial Aid
  • Food Services
    • Banquet and Catering brochures
    • Dining Services Grand Opening 11/14/2001 program
  • General campus mailings (should be described in more detail)
  • Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations Graduate School brochures
  • Nursing Bachelor of Science in Nursing flyer
  • Philosophy brochure (1997 Sesquicentennial logos) listing faculty
  • Political Science, Public Administration and Pre-Law four-fold flyer
  • Print shop services available.
  • Registrar's Office
    • Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA) Information pamphlet dated 1985
  • Religious Studies brochure (1997 Sesquicentnennial logos)
  • Residence Life
    • What every parent needs to know
    • Residence hall application
    • Residence Life Handbook Diversity in Housing
  • "Saint Francis College as an event venue" - brochure promoting JFK Center and Stokes for use by outside groups for conventions, workshops, wedding receptions, banquets, athletic contests, concerts, industrial shows and business meetings.
  • SAGE (Student Acceleration: Gaining Excellence) information brochure
  • Schedule of Classes Spring 1997 and Freshman Colloquium Offerings Spring 1997
  • Small Business Development Center -
    • brochure,
    • Awards Luncheon program October 23, 1996,
    • Young Entrepreneurial Seminar, October 22, 1988
  • Summer School Schedule 1997
  • Social Work
    • brochure,
    • The Governor's Health Care Plan; Health Security for Pennsylvanians, 2nd annual free in service on Pennsylvania Health Reform Plan for Area Human Services Professionals registration form October 19, 1993
  • Unity Day, April 23-24, 1996 display materials, signatures, 1996 President's Awards Convocation 51st Anniversary Celebration "Perspectives on Diversity", April 23, 1996

 

Location

A1-04-28 - A - Dean's List
A1-04-29 - Development Office - Z

Buildings - Photographs

Title

Buildings - Photographs

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Location/

Description

 

  • Renovation of JFK 1996 -- P1-024
  • Immaculate Conception Chapel 1956 -- P1-047
  •  JFK Renovation, Christian Hall Groundbreaking Oct. 1997, Construction 1998 -- P1-123
  • Construction 1950s-1960s -- P1-136
  • Stokes Building  -- P2-006
  • Buildings -- P2-007
  • Groundbreakings -- P2-009  (formerly P1-03-04-03)
  •  Bookstore, Barracks, Bell Tower, Entrances  --  P2-015
  • Chapel, Dorms (Agnes, Amici, Clare, Elizabeth, Giles, Joan, Louis), Carmelite Monastery, Sierra College, St. Michael's Church  -- P2-016
  • Stokes Building  --  P2-017
  • Dorothy Day Center, Old Main, Golf Course, Lake St. Francis, Loretto, Pine Bowl-Pine Walk, Sewage Plant, Tennis Courts, Torvian  --  P2-018
  • Schwab Hall, Padua, Raymond, Scotus, Sullivan, Doyle, Alvernia Hall Chapel  --  P2-020
  • Schwab Estate, Southern Alleghenies Museum of Art  --  P2-021
  • Campus, Buildings Slides  --  P2-033
  • St. Michael's Church (older photographs)  -- P3-002