A carbon copy of a typewritten letter, criticizing the usually smug, negative tone of Catholic periodicals of the time, commending an article written by McDonald in the Catholic newspaper, Commonweal, and calling for social reconstruction based on...
Loyola Alumnus magazine, November 1936, first page of the article, "The menace of the authoritarian state" by Leon R. Yankwich, J.D., LL.D., United States District Judge and former member of Loyola Law School faculty.
Universities and colleges; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; College student newspapers and periodicals
Front page of the Loyolan includes articles such as "Loyola-Marymount Affiliation Signed, Each School Will Retain Own Name, Autonomy," "Aptheker Cleared, Communist to Speak," and "Some Progress Made by Reform Committee."
Orchestra; Concerts; College student newspapers and periodicals
Transcript: "Loyola loyalty! It helped make our opening night a success. We will consider it a privilege to make ensuing Loyola visits more than a success. Gratefully yours, Harry Owens and His Orchestra playing at Miller's Cafe Lafayette."
Mass; United States. Army Reserve.; Football coaches; College sports--California--Los Angeles; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; College student newspapers and periodicals
Front page of the Loyolan includes articles such as "Loyola Graduate Returns to Bluff," "Rev. E Whelan Says High Mass for Errant ERC," "Loyolans Bid Farewell to Reservists at P. E. Station," and "Dr. Kadner Commissioned into U. S. Amry Reserve."