Rev. John M. Fox, S.J. Papers
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This collection contains material relating to John M. Fox, S.J., including biographical information, correspondence, ephemera and newsprint.
- Fox, John M., S.J., Rev., 1881-1940 (Person)
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Born on February 20, 1881 in Dorchester, Massachusetts, John M. Fox served as the eighteen president of Holy Cross. He graduated from Boston College in 1902 and entered the Jesuit order. He studied theology at Woodstock College from 1905-1908. After teaching at St. Francis Xavier College for two years and again at Woodstock College, he was ordained on June 28, 1913. Fox began his career at Holy Cross in 1917 where he started as a lecturer in ethics and economics. In October 1927, he was appointed president of Holy Cross. By the time he left Holy Cross in 1933, most of the plans and a majority of the funds had been acquired to build Kimball Dining Hall. He left Holy Cross to become Rector and Terian Instructor of the New England Province until 1939. He died suddenly on February 15, 1940 and was laid to rest at the Holy Cross cemetery.
.37 Cubic Feet (1 document box, 2 oversize folders)
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