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Patrick G. Malone, S.J., President August 15, 1959 - August 16, 1974
Immediately after Patrick G. Malone, S.J., became President, the college began to expand rapidly in numbers. He began to turn his attention to the Junior Building which housed the…

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Thomas J. MacMahon, S.J., Vice Rector August 9, 1930 – July 15, 1935
All the great confidence in the future evaporated with The Great Stock Market Crash of 1929. Thomas MacMahon was again called upon to lead Loyola, this time as Vice Rector. The…

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Alexander Gagnieur, S.J., Rector August 5, 1917 - March 1, 1918

No date
Photographic print, b & w snapshot
Photographer unknown

Source for photo file field: The Archive of the Jesuits in Canada

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Gregory O’Bryan, S.J., Rector August 7, 1905 - June 6, 1907
Gregory O’Bryan, S.J. was appointed the College’s first Rector on August 7, 1905. On June 4, 1907, O’Bryan announced the establishment of “The Loyola College Old Boys’…

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Gerald F. Lahey, S.J., Rector June 17, 1954 - August 15, 1959
Some thought began to be given during the late 50’s of physically separating the high school from the college. As the focus seemed to be more on developing the college, not much became…

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John F. McCaffrey, S.J., Rector July 4, 1948 - June 17, 1954

Inscription hand-written in pen and ink verso: Fr. John F. McCaffrey S.J. / Midland Shrine / background
In black marker verso: c. 1960

Circa 1960
Photographic print – b &…

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Edward M. Brown, S.J., Rector July 11, 1940 - July 4, 1948
Edward M. Brown, S.J., was a skillful administrator and fund-raiser with a pragmatic bent, and the financial status of Loyola soon began to better.
In 1941 he founded the Loyola Mothers’…

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Hugh C. McCarthy, S.J., Rector July 15, 1935 - July 11, 1940
In 1935, Hugh McCarthy, S.J., had become Rector. His main task had been to pay-down the enormous debt load of Loyola. He established a Maintenance Fund Campaign in the hope that Loyola…

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Erle Gladstone Bartlett, S.J., Rector July 31, 1925 - August 9, 1930
When Erle G. Bartlett S.J., succeeded William Hingston in 1925, the future looked hopeful for the school. The prosperity and general optimism of those years, together with the…

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William H. Hingston, S.J., Rector July 1, 1918 - July 31,1925
William H. Hingston, S.J., tackled Loyola’s biggest problem: its annual debt. He began to re-organize Loyola’s finances by organizing a fund-raising drive. By the time he left the…
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