Found in 71 Collections and/or Records:
This record group contains materials pertaining to The Office of Academic Services and Learning Resources. Materials include written history of programming, brochures and schedules for the Visions and Passport orientation programs, and office corrspondence.
This record group includes materials pertaining to procedures on health and safety, memos on department meetings and general staff correspodence for the Administrative Service Department. Records related to Directors William J. Conely (1989-2009) and William J. Conely, Jr. (2009-2012) and Project Manager Judy Vedder(1991-1994).
This collection contains the papers of Arthur D. Healey and holds his personal papers, correspondence, speeches, family photographs and newspaper clippings. Also included are copies of Congressional Records and Bills introduced by Representative Healy from 1935-1941. Materials in the collection date between 1923 and 1966.
This collection contains a scrapbook, which has newspaper clippings and pictures of Edward Kavanagh as well as early Catholics and Churches of Maine. Additionally, there is typed and handwritten letters concerning the history of the Catholic Church in Maine. Finally, there are small pictures of churches and historic buildings in Maine. The material ranges in dates from the early 1920s to the 1940s.
The collection contains letters and photographs used by Alice Mary Weld-Blundell Fraser Lovat in writing her book about Clare Vaughan. There are photos of Clare’s birthplace as well as the convent she entered in Amiens, France. The collection contains letters written by Clare as well as letters written by her brother, Rev. Kenelum Vaughan to Rev. H.J. Heuser.
This record group contains information created by and about the College of the Holy Cross Bookstore. The earliest record is from 1926; the majority of records are from the second-half of the 20th century. The records include textbook prices and ordering guides, catalogs and advertisements for merchandise, correpsondence to faculty and students, financial records and reports, and newspaper and magazine articles about the Bookstore and its staff.