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Immergrun Golf Course

Overview of Collection:

Oversize items regarding the Immergrn Golf Course built by Charles Schwab and originally named Eurana Golf Course after his wife.

Inclusive Dates: 1963-64; 2017

Bulk Dates: 1964

Linear feet: materials are housed in an acid-free folder inside an acid-free archival box that measures 17x23  / oversize blueprints are in the flat file drawer 13

Language of materials: English

Scope and Content Note

A2-06-14

  • A drawing on vellum? by Fr. Charles V. Ginocchio, T.O.R. of the Eurana Golf Course dated April 1964.  Details are include on each tee (i.e. Tee#1, 500 yards, Par 5)  24wx18h
  • Article from Altoona Mirror, June 18, 2017 titled “A link to the past, Immergrun Golf Club Celebrates 100th milesetone”
  • Committee on the Golf Course (1963-64)  Includes 1964-65 budget request.

Flat File Drawer 13

  1. Immergrun Record Plan, blueprint of Immergrun Estate, October 1, 1919 (37.5x72)
  2. Immergrun Record Plan, blueprint of Immergrun Estate, October 1, 1919 (37.5x72)
  3. Immergrun Record Plan Key Plan, key plan for blueprints of Immergrun Estate (former Charles M. Schwab Estate), April 1, 1919 (38x58)
  4. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 1, blueprint of West Cottage (Serra Cottage), Gardener's Cottage (Sacred Heart Cottage), Greenhouse and Laundry/ Garage (Kelley Hall) from State Highway (Manor Drive), February 1, 1919 (38x58)
  5. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 2, blueprint of Schwab Gardens and village cross, October 1, 1919 (38x58)
  6. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 3, blueprint of storage building and greenkeeper's cottage (Sacred Heart Cottage), April 1, 1919 (38x58)
  7. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 4, blueprint of vegetable gardens and Old House (Bonaventure Hall), February 1, 1919 (38x58)
  8. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 5, blueprint of Schwab Gardens, February 1, 1919 (38x58)
  9. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 6, blueprint of house in the woods (between golf course and French village), March 1, 1919 (38x58)
  10. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 7, blueprint of vegetable gardens and swimming pond, February 1, 1919 (38x58)
  11. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 8, blueprint of crossroads near North Entrance Cottage (Padua Cottage), March 1, 1919 (38x58)
  12. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 9, blueprint of sheep pasture, January 1, 1920 (38x58)
  13. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 10, blueprint of pastures near Carrolltown road, January 1, 1920 (38x58)
  14. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 11, blueprint of poultry farm, January 1, 1920 (38x58)
  15. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 14, blueprint of feed house, October 1, 1919 (38x58)
  16. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 15,  blueprint of water reservoir, October 1, 1919 (38x58)
  17. Immergrun Record Plan Sheet 16, blueprint of houses and owners in Loretto (includes sewer lines), April 1, 1919 (38x58)

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 6, 2018.

Location         A2-06-14 / Flat File Drawer 13

India - Artifacts

Title

India - Artifacts

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

Unknown. [Updated 6/28/2018 -- from notes in the Archives admin files these items were donated by Father Boniface Bonk and teh Franciscan Missionaries]  These items were in the Rare Books Room when the Tobin Center for Archives and Special Collections was opened in 19??. 

Arrangement

 

Volume

 

Description

  • hand carved ivory necklace
  • brass shot glasses with green and red etchings. (qty 4)
  • matching vases, silver with red, blue, indigo and white etchings.(qty 2)
  • small brass vase with red and indigo carvings.
  • copper tea kettle with gold trimmings and designs.  Designs appear to be of serpents.
  • dish made of copper and trimmed in gold plastic.
  • miniature chalice made of copper and trimmed in gold plastic.
  • small brass bell with design in red.
  • small perfume bottle decorated with green, red and turquoise stones.
  • small ash tray/storage container – brass with red, blue and indigo colored leaf designs.
  • small brass container with lid – red and black designs.
  • small copper container with gold plastic trimmings.
  • bowl/dish with wired lid – brass with red, blue, green and orange trim.
  • brass dish/bowl with wired lid.  Decorated with red and green designs.
  • carved wooden gong display with brass gong.  Gong is etched with red, black, green and white showing a map of India and surrounding countries.  Includes a wooden mallet.

Location

M-137

Individuals - Photographs

Title

Individuals - Photographs

Inclusive Dates

 

Origin

 

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Description

 

Location

P1-049  (formerly P1-01-04-04)  Religious Individuals 1920s-1960s

P1-051  (formerly P1-01-04-07)  Individuals 1920s-1960s

P1-191                                          Individuals 1980s-1990s

P1-192                                          Individuals 1980s-1990s, Education

                                                      Dept. Individuals 1998

 

Industrial Relations Master Program

Title

Industrial Relations Masters Program

Inclusive Dates

1961-1984

Origin

 

Arrangement

 

Volume

4 document cases

Description

Documents the Industrial Relations Masters program including the Industrial Relations Symposium, name changes to the degree program as the field changed.

A1-05-12

  • Current Syllabi – 1980-82
  • Summer Session
    • School for Mining Men Requirements and Curriculum Mar 15, 1947 (2) ; May 1950 ; May 1952 (2)
  • APSA Certificates
    • 1984 #298 Loretto
    • 1984 #299 Pittsburgh
  • Publicity – 1961 – 1967/68
  • Publicity – 1968/69 – 1970/71
  • Publicity – 1971/72 – 1980/81
  • Publicity – 1970 – 1982
  • Plant Closing Legislation (edited by Antone Aboud) KEY ISSUES:  background reports on current topics and trends in labor-management relations – Number 27
  • Saint Francis College Magazine Spring 1995, article on page 10 titled IR Program in Transition by Dr. Philip Benham, Director of the Graduate School of Human Resource Management and Industrial Relations

A1-05-07 – Industrial Relations Symposium

  • Industrial Relations Research Institute (University of Wisconsin) Subject Index and Community of Industrial Relations Librarians (Exchange Bibliographies)
  • Graduate Information
  • Personnel and Industrial Relations Symposium (1968)
  • Search for Industrial Peace – at Home & Abroad (1969)

A1-05-08 – Industrial Relations Symposium

  • 1970 Introduction
  • Industrial Relations Symposium
  • Industrial Safety and Health Symposium (1971)
  • Experiences Under the Pennsylvania Public Employees Relations Act Symposium (1972)
  • Career Education and the World of Work (1973)

A1-05-09 – Industrial Relations Symposium

  • Labor Relations in Hospital Institutions (1973)
  • Current Trends in labor Relations in Hospitals and Health Centers (1974)
  • The Taft Hartley Act and Health Care Institutes (1974)
  • Collective Negotiations in Education (1974)
  • Current Developments in Labor Dispute Settlements Symposium (1976)
  • Collective Bargaining and Mediation in Action (1976)
  • Course Syllabi (1971-1979)
  • Plant Closings (1983)
Plant Closing Legislation (edited by Antone Aboud) KEY ISSUES:  background reports on current topics and trends in labor-management relations – Number 27

Location

A1-05-12
A1-05-07
A1-05-08
A1-05-09

Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life

Overview of Collection:

Documents the creation of the Institute of Franciscan History & Life in 1991 that was renamed the Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life in 1992.  Includes all course materials from the 9 courses.  There are two VHS tapes promoting the program.

Saint Francis Colleges’ Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life responds to the expressed educational and spiritual needs of the Secular Franciscan Order.  The focus of the program is independent adult learning and distance education for those involved in the Franciscan life.

Inclusive Dates: 1991-2015

Bulk Dates: 1991-1998

Linear feet:     [A2-01-32] archival ½ box / [A2-01-33] archival box / [A2-01-34] archival box

Language of materials: English

Scope and Content Note

A2-01-32

  1. One folder containing correspondence from 1991-1998, some meeting minutes, Executive Summary Proposed Franciscan Studies Correspondence Program and Time line from February 1991 to September 1992.  Includes list of courses and required textbooks.
  2. Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life Saint Francis College of Pennsylvania.  12 page brochure when Fr. Michael Higgins was the ICFL Coordinator. 10x6. (3 copies)
  3. Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life. Information flyer with application on back.  8 ½ x14. (3 copies)
  4. [Proposal] The Pennsylvania State University.  The Graduate School College of Education.  Documentation and Evaluation of the Curricular Decisions Pertaining to the First Course Offered by The Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life.  A theses in curriculum and instruction by Therese’ Ann Wachter Ream.  8 ½ x 11.
  5. Documentation and Evaluation of the Curricular Decisions Pertaining to the First Course Offered by The Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life.  A theses in curriculum and instruction by Therese’ Ann Wachter Ream.  1995.  Bound dissertation. 310 pages.  6 ¾ x 9.
  6. FRAN 201 Franciscan Gospel Living in the Contemporary World.  8 ½ x 11 Spiral bound, 12 lessons.
  7. FRAN 201 Franciscan Gospel Living in the Contemporary World. Supplemental Readings. 8 ½ x 11 Spiral bound.

A2-01-33

  1. FRAN 202 The Franciscans: A Family History.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound
  2. FRAN 202 The Franciscans: A Family History.  Supplemental Readings. 8 ½ x 11 spiral bound
  3. FRAN 204 Franciscan Spirituality.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  4. FRAN 204 Franciscan Spirituality.  Supplemental Readings Volume I.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.

A2-01-34

  1. Saint Francis College “Continuing Education” VHS tape (dubbed 17Jan1994) dated 6/23/1998
  2. Institute for Contemporary Franciscan Life Promotional VHS tape dated 6/2/2010
  3. FRAN 204 Franciscan Spirituality.  Supplemental Readings Volume II.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  4. FRAN 206 Clare of Assisi: Her Life and Writings.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  5. FRAN 206 Clare of Assisi:  Her Life and Writings.  Supplemental Readings.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  6. FRAN 207 Franciscan Prayer.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  7. FRAN 207 Franciscan Prayer.  Supplemental Readings.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  8. FRAN 310 Health Care in the Franciscan Tradition.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  9. FRAN 310 Health Care in the Franciscan Tradition.  Supplemental Readings. 8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  10. FRAN 400 Franciscan Servant Leadership.  8 ½ x 11 three-ring binder
  11. FRAN 401 St. Francis of Assisi, An Introduction.  8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.
  12. FRAN 402 The Rule of the Secular Franciscan Order: Origins, Development, Interpretation.    8 ½ x 11 spiral bound.

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 December 6, 2017.

Location:   A2-01-32 / A2-01-33 / A2-01-34

Intellectual Freedom Principles

Title:

Intellectual Freedom Principles

Inclusive Dates:

 

Origin:

 

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Volume:

1 framed poster : some col. ; 21.5 x 16.5 x .75 in.

Description:

Intellectual Freedom Principles - Association of College & Research Libraries, Intellectual Freedom Committee.

Location:

M-227

Internet – Saint Francis College

Title

Internet – Saint Francis College

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Origin

 

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Volume

 

Description

 

Location

A1-05-13

 

 

Additional Information

Library Newsletter – 1999

Online articles about SFU – December 1997, January 1998, February 1998

Women’s Basketball NCAA Game – March 1998

Softball Team - 1998