The imaging of the Dutch Book of Hours was completed while the book was dis-bound for restoration work.
Almost 400 images from the Boston Gas Company Records are available for viewing. A History of Boston College (Internet Archive) Published in 1947, this is the first book-length history of Boston College ever written, this work covers the history up through the Second World War. Boston College Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Continuity and Change at the Heart of Boston College (Internet Archive) Published in 2004, this book details the development of graduate education at Boston College throughout the 20th century. A Dynamic Era in the History of Boston College: The Higher Education of Undergraduate Women, the School of Education, 1952-1965 (Internet Archive) Published in 2002 by former Dean of Women Mary Kinnane, this book records the early years of coeducation in the School of Education.
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The title, Sub Turri, is Latin for "under the tower" and reflects a sense of pride in the Chestnut Hill campus in general and Gasson Hall in particular.
Images from the 1930s to the 1980s documenting the life and career of O' Neill, Speaker of the House of Representatives, from his days at Boston College through his terms in Congress as a member of the Democratic leadership.
Almost 1200 artifacts such as chalices, statuary, medals, crucifixes, ecclesiastical dress have been photographed for online viewing.
Digitization of the pamphlets series is ongoing and covers a wide variety of topics such as art and architecture, Church and state, and female vocation.
The Libraries created an electronic version of The Jesuit Ratio Studiorum of 1599 translated into English by Allan P. Published 1888-1918, a Catholic newspaper devoted to local, national, and international news.
Includes articles reporting on the Church in the Archdiocese of Boston and New England, with pieces explicating and defending Catholicism. It was first published in 1913, the golden anniversary of the founding of Boston College and the College's first year at its Chestnut Hill location.
The entire manuscript of Yeats's unpublished play, Love and Death, which he composed in 1884, totals five notebooks, some of which contain loose-leaf inserted papers. This collection is composed of correspondence from Leary to Ellen (Nellie) Desmond, mostly written from Virginia. The final letters Leary wrote from a hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
The collection begins in 1861 while Leary was stationed in Washington D. The letters provide accounts of Leary's life in the Ninth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War as well as his desire to reunite with Nellie. A collection of eight letters and one list, written in Spanish to María de Guadalupe de Lencastre y Cárdenas and Francisco García, regarding Jesuit missionary work and Spanish colonization of the Mariana Islands between 16. The historic Ratio Studiorum, called "the Magna Carta of Jesuit education," lays out the educational method and system of the Jesuits.
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