We Need Your Help Documenting Loyola’s History!

The Monroe Library is undertaking a pilot program to document the rich photograph collections of Loyola University New Orleans. Loyola’s photographs celebrate the entire history of the University’s Centennial. Once the digitized photographs are documented, they become part of the Louisiana Digital Library and instantly accessible to the Loyola community – and indeed the world, at any time.

The Monroe Library kindly requests your help. We ask anyone with knowledge and memories of Loyola to browse the following images online at:

http://www.louisianadigitallibrary.com/cdm/search/collection/p16313coll28

If you can provide specific information concerning the people, places, dates, or events within the images, please contact our Special Collections and Archives staff. Images will continually be added to this collection, so please check back. With your assistance, more of the University’s historical photographs will be preserved and made accessible for all to enjoy and learn from.

Please send identifying information via e-mail to archives@loyno.edu. Thank you!

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