Air pilots; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; Jesuits; Universities and colleges--Alumni and alumnae
Former Loyola University student William (aka Bill) Cordero explains to President Charles Casassa about the oxygen system of high altitude flying gear as the President prepares for a fly on a F-101 Voodoo Interceptor at Oxnard Air Force Base.
A black-and-white photograph of two football players in uniform crouching on an outdoor field, facing one another, with one hand on the ground and their helmets touching. Both players are turned slightly to face the camera. Their jerseys are...
Harris, Vincent; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Carthay Circle Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
1953-1954 Season playbill: Loyola University of Los Angeles presents the Mixed Chorus, the Del Rey Players, and the Loyola Band in "The Vagabond King" directed by Vincent Harris, at the Carthay Circle Theater, from April 22 to 26, 1954.
DeLay, Ted; Molière, 1622-1673; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Loyola University of Los Angeles
1954-1955 Season playbill: The Loyola University Del Rey Players present "The Imaginary Invalid" by Molière, produced and staged by Ted DeLay, at the Loyola University of Los Angeles Little Theater, from December 2 to 6, 1954.
Dockweiler, Edward Vincent, 1901-1961; Dockweiler, Jeanne; Dockweiler, Isidore B. (Isidore Bernard), 1867-1947; Dockweiler, Edward Vincent, 1931-1977; World War, 1939-1945--Philippines; United States--Navy
Edward Vincent Dockweiler (1901-1961) was the son of Isidore B. Dockweiler and Gertrude Reeve Dockweiler. Edward Dockweiler had a distinguished career in the United States Navy. Eleventh in his graduating class at the Naval Academy in 1924, he was...
Whitney, Mount (Calif.); Mountains--California; Streets--California--Lone Pine; Stores & shops--California--Lone Pine; Automobiles; Storefronts; Water rights--California--Owens Valley; Water rights--California--Los Angeles
View of street intersections looking toward stores, cars, and Mount Whitney.
College football players; Thermometers; Japan--Funeral customs and rites;
A newspaper or magazine clipping of a segment entitled "Strange as it Seems" by Elsie Hix. The text of this segment reads, "Tsuchi-Mikado, of Japan, remained unburied for 40 days after his death because there was no money for a funeral! A...