Public libraries--California--Los Angeles; Buildings--California--Los Angeles
Aerial view of the Los Angeles Central Library on the southeast corner of Flower and Fifth streets. The large white building next to the library is the Bible Institute of Los Angeles. The Biltmore Hotel and Pershing Square are in the background.
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.
A view looking down East Seaside Boulevard, featuring landscaped grounds in the foreground, and the facade of the Cinderella Ballroom on the left, with its large sign advertising "Dancing" standing out from the building. The Hotel Robinson, Villa...
College students; Student activities; Homecomings--California--Los Angeles; Jesuits
Reverend Richard W. Rolfs, S.J., Dean of Students, is standing on the far left. Caption on verso: "Loyola finalists--Twelve finalists for Loyola University's annual Homecoming beginning October 27 include (left to right) Sybil Rousseve, 19, and Ann...
Rice, Joseph F.; Gleason, James, 1886-1959; Taber, Richard, 1885-1957; Del Rey Players; College theater; Theatrical productions; Wilshire Ebell Theatre (Los Angeles, Calif.); Loyola University of Los Angeles
1936-1937 Season playbill: The Del Rey Players present "Is Zat So" by James Gleason and Richard Taber, directed by Joseph F. Rice, at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre on November 13 and 14, 1936.
Football players; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Letter of April 10, 1951 from Ray Texas E. Schramm, Jr, Publicity Director at Los Angeles Rams, to Jack Cunningham, Athletic Publicity Director at Loyola University of Los Angeles, requesting information about Richard Nanry and Roger Nolan, two...