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Jesuit Fathers's residence at Loyola College. From left to right, Fr. Cecil C. Ryan, S.J., Fr. John L. Swain, S.J. and Fr. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. are looking at the site of the future Jesuit Fathers' residence.
- December 10, 1973
Signature of the Loyola - USSR Phys. Ed. Agreement at Loyola College. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. and Alexander Gresko who shows a badge from the 1972 Summit Series, which confronted the USSR and Canada.
- February 25, 1968
Opening of the Bryan building. Form left to right, Fr. Arthur Nelson, S.J., Fr. Patrick G. Malone, S.J., President, Arthur Mayne, Fr. McDougall, S.J., chairman (Dean of Students), Mrs. and Mr. Justin Paul Casey, chair (Board of Governors) and Fr. Ed Sherry, S.J., supervisor of construction.
- November 1971
Ralph Nader signing a book. Fr. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. is on his right. Nader was giving a speech about industrial pollution at Loyola College. An unidentified person can be seen in the background.
- July 17, 1963
Sod turning ceremony for the Vanier library. Father F. W. Noll turns first sod while Professor John Buell, Librarian E. Trowsdale, Father Patrick G. Malone, and a few staff members look on.
- January 30, 1973
Very Rev. Patrick G. Malone, S.J. signing Campus Centre contract with Students Association's presidents. From left to right, Fr. Malone, Peter Fedele, President of Loyola Students Association, and Evening Students Association President, Jim Conway. An unidentified man is seen in the background.
Very Rev. Patrick G. Malone with women graduates at the Loyola College 71st Convocation. This Convocation presented the most female graduates up to that date in the history of Loyola College.