Posts Tagged ‘scrapbook’

August 15, 1534: Jesuit Society Formed

Today in honor of the founding of the Jesuit Society we are highlighting our Jesuit Scrapbook from our Digital Archives.

The scrapbook is a record of the men who served in the Society of Jesus, and the churches, schools, and institutions they established in the South.
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The photographs in the scrapbook include numerous portrait photographs of the Jesuits working in the South, group photographs of Jesuit Communities, and major houses such as the College of the Immaculate Conception in New Orleans and St. Charles College in Grand Coteau, La. This scrapbook can be viewed in its entirety can be viewed via the Louisiana Digital Library by following this link.

Physical rights are held by Loyola University New Orleans, Archives of the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus.

Happy Valentines Day! From LOYNO SCA!

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!

Thompson, Basil. Childhood Scrapbook, circa 1900. Basil Thompson Papers, Box 4 Folder 4, Special Collections and Archives, Loyola University New Orleans. http://cdm16313.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/p16313coll91, Louisiana Digital Library

Thompson, Basil. Childhood Scrapbook, circa 1900. Basil Thompson Papers, Box 4 Folder 4, Special Collections and Archives, Loyola University New Orleans. http://cdm16313.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/landingpage/collection/p16313coll91, Louisiana Digital Library

Media Traditions: Scrapbooking, Memory Archives, and Self-Presentation

Loyola University Special Collections & Archives proudly presents Media Traditions: Scrapbooking, Memory Archives, and Self-Presentation.

On view in the Booth-Bricker Special Collections & Archives Reading Room, the exhibit draws correlations between memory archives of the past and contemporary modes of self-presentation.

Collections included within the exhibit are the Anthony Stanonis Travel Scrapbook and Diary CollectionBen C. Toledano New Orleans CollectionBasil Thompson Papers, and University Publications Collection.

We sincerely hope that you join us on the 3rd floor of Monroe Library this semester! Special Collections & Archives is open for research and quiet study Monday-Friday, 9:00-4:30.