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Interior Architectural Detail of Junior Building, Loyola college

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The interior of the Junior Building of Loyola High School, completed in 1916, reflected its Gothic exterior, with leaded glass windows, oak…

Jesuits at Loyola

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In the Jesuit Tradition, a Rector had full responsibility over the local Jesuit apostolates/ministries. Rectors, and Vice Rectors, were always the…

Loyola Beginnings 1848-1893

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Loyola’s rich and diverse history reaches back to the mid nineteenth century when, in 1848, a bilingual Jesuit Collège Classique was opened in what…

Loyola Beginnings 1896-1898

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A four-page Prospectus published in 1896 by Gregory O’Bryan, S.J., who had been appointed to organize the new college in the former Sacred Heart…

Loyola Beginnings 1898-1915

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In 1898 Loyola College took over the “Tucker School” at 68 Drummond Street. A new wing was constructed during the summer to house more classrooms…

Loyola High School War Memorials and Commemorations

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In the Tower of Merit of the main entrance foyer of Loyola High School is a memorial plaque remembering the Loyola Boys who made the ultimate…

Loyola Men and World War 1

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In 1915 Loyola College had been in existence for only nineteen years. “Loyola in those days was a relatively young institution (founded in 1896)…

Loyola Men and World War II

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Loyola’s military record is one of which we can be proud. In World War I, from 1914-1918, Loyola was in its tender years yet contributed nearly 300…

Loyola Today Archival Articles

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Reaching back to 1848 and Collège Ste. Marie the Loyola Archives brings to life pieces of our past. In 2002 “Loyola Today”, Loyola High…

Postcards, Loyola College, 1916-1946

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Between 1916 and 1946 Loyola published four series of postcards focusing on the Tudor and English Renaissance type of English Collegiate Gothic…