Celebrations; Universities and colleges--Faculty; College administrators--California--Los Angeles; Jesuits
Alfred Kilp, S.J. (center), Richard Egan (right), and three other unidentified guests in formal dress stand in front of a curtain, socializing at the opening of Foley Communication Arts Center in 1964.
Ground breaking ceremonies; College campuses--California--Los Angeles; College presidents--California--Los Angeles; Jesuits
Left to right: Charles R. Gagan, S.J., Vice President of University Relations, Margaret Baird, Director of Special Projects, Dr. Sandra Glass, Program Director of W.M. Keck Foundation, and James N. Loughran, Pesident of Loyola Marymount University.
World War, 1939-1945; Postwar reconstruction--International cooperation; Peace movements--International cooperation; International organization; International agencies; International relations;
A 3-page, typewritten essay arguing for a formal, cooperative confederation of the world's nations to create a peaceful and just society. The essay first questions what form this confederation will take, and argues against global rule with the use...
Schedule for Loyola Industrial Relations School, Spring term 1951 -- Tuesday Evenings, February 27 to April 24, Classes held at Loyola High School, 1901 Venice Boulevard, between Vermont and Normandie.
Note on image verso:"A tradition for new students at Marymount College, Palos Verdes, California, is a visit to Marineland of the Pacific, located across the street from the campus, to 'meet' Bubbles the whale and all her watery friends and...