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Jesuit Archives collection
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Jesuit Archives collection

  • P0013
  • Collection
  • 1908 - 1968

In 1896 the Jesuits established Loyola College as the English-language branch of the classical college Collège Ste-Marie, founded in 1848. In 1974, Loyola College merged with Sir George Williams University to create Concordia University. The photographs in the collection document life at Loyola from 1908 onward. Subjects include classes, the Jesuit community, buildings (including aerial shots of the campus), sports teams, and special events. The other items in the collection relate to liturgical activities at the Loyola College chapel and include missals, lectionaries, printed prayers, patens, vestments, an altar stone, and other items.

Concordia University Records Management and Archives

Loyola Class

Students from Latin Rudiments class, with absent students edited manually afterward. Centre: Father T. J. MacMahon. Included: Henry Authier, Lewis Bagnall, Paul Bauset, H. Bordeau, B. Burns, M. Burns, J. Burke, P. Carrier, W. Caven, D. Clarke, N. Collins, E. Conroy, M. Crossan, L. Frawley, M. Frawley, K. Lachance, F. Langan, I, Lantry, L. Leblanc, F. Macdonald, P. H. Martin, R. W. J. McGaffrey, Y. McCarthy, H. McDonald, A. McKenna, P. McKenna, F. McKenzie, N. Murphy, H. Panet, Eugene Pion, R. Quain, A. Robinson, P. Thornton, S. S. Toddings, S. G. P. Urguhar, V. Walsh, L. Wilkins, E. Steven

Loyola Class

Mr. Joseph A. Keating, S. J. and class, outside of Loyola College Drummond Street, Montreal. Second row, seventh from left: Father J. J. McGarry S. J.

Loyola Class

Mr. Joseph A. Keating S. J. and class, exterior of 68 Drummond street, Montreal. Second row, fourth from left: James McGarry (later Father James McGarry, S. J.

Loyola College Jesuit Community

Jesuit Community of Loyola College, 68 Drummond Street, Montreal. Included: Brother John Clancy, J. B. Plante, A. Fontaine, Father Martin Fox, Father John Cox, Brother Richard Beazley, Joseph Primeau, Lawrence Drummond, William Hingston, Father Joseph McCarthy, Henry Cormier, Moses Malone, Father V. Hudon, Father Isodore Kavanagh, Father Alexander Gagnieur (Rector), Father F. Wafer Doyle (Minister), Father Nicholas Quirk.

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