Bard College
Unpublished typewritten manuscript written by the daughter of James Starr Clark. The document details his life and work in Annandale and Tivoli (then known alternately as Myersville or Madalin) from the mid to late nineteenth century
Bard College
This letter was written by William Bard, father of St. Stephen's founder John Bard, to his Great-Aunt, Mary Martha Campbell. In a note appended by Arthur Sands, he mentions that William was born in New York during its occupation by the British. At age twelve, William's penmanship is excellent
University of New Mexico - Zimmerman Library
January 2, 1913 issue of the Belen News
University of Scranton
Letter dated June 2, 1942 from Brother Galdus Paul, Provincial, to Brother Eliseus Leonard (University President 1940-1942) regarding plans for the withdrawal of the Christian Brothers from the University of Scranton
University of Scranton
Writing sample (undated, ca. early 1890s) by penman Newton C. Brewster, using the Automatic Shading Pen and colored ink. Sample is stamped with Brewster's name
University of Scranton
Comments by Abe Plotkin, attached to an article from the Scranton Tribune quoting his letter of 13 April 1945. Article citation: "City Army Corporal Bares Nazi Concentration Camp Atrocities," Scranton Tribune, 8 June 1945
University of Scranton
Writing sample (dated ca. 1896) lettered using the Automatic Writing Pen
University of Scranton
Prayer card dated March 19, 1944, honoring Very Rev. Vladimir Ledochowski (Wodzimierz Ledochowski), Father General of the Society of Jesus, who died December 13, 1942. The back of the card (not scanned due to damage) included a brief biography, and the following comments: "It speaks much for his amiable character that he was an intimate friend of two great Popes. He was dearly loved by his subjects, who numbered at the time of his death 27,000, and by all who had occasion to deal with him. His Holiness, Pope Pius XII, allowed himself, on the night that Father Ledochowski died, to be quoted to the effect he did not doubt but that his cause would be introduced.".
University of Scranton
Program for the St. Thomas College basketball game against Manhattan College (and Duquesne University vs Long Island University) on January 22, 1938. The games were played at Madison Square Garden in New York City
University of Scranton
Copy of a letter dated July 12, 1933 from Brother Denis Edward, F.S.C. (University of Scranton President 1931-1940) to Most Reverend Thomas C. O'Reilly, D.D., Bishop of Scranton, regarding the possible creation of a Catholic Junior College in Wilkes-Barre. The bottom of the letter includes an added note from Brother Edward to Brother Galdus Paul, Visitor