Football coaches; College sports--California--Los Angeles
Western Union telegram of December 20, 1947 from Bill Sargent, Football Coach of Loyola University of Los Angeles, which says "desire to set Sept 25th for game here next year advise R. T. Monegan, Graduate Mgr, College of Pacific."
School buildings--19th century; Universities and colleges--19th century; Auditoriums--19th century; Schools--Furniture, equipment, etc.; College campuses--California--Los Angeles
Several rows of empty wooden desks in a large, colonnaded room. The border around the photograph features an ornate torch motif with the St. Vincent's crest on either side of image. Inscription reads "Study Hall."
College students; Actors; College theater; Theatrical productions; Student activities
Note on image verso:"Loyola play--Loyola University Del Rey Players, left to right, Bill Bashe, Ron Trujillo, and George Pilon rehearse scene for players' forthcoming production of Maxwell Anderson's 'Joan of Lorraine' to be presented at...
Directors; Theatrical productions; College theater; Chapels; College campuses--California--Los Angeles
Note on image verso:"Easter play -- Nick Franke, right, former Loyola University student who will direct annual Loyola University professional production of 15th century morality play 'Everyman' to be performed in Loyola's Chapel of the Sacred...
College theater; Directors; Chapels; College campuses--California--Los Angeles
Note on image verso:"Chapel play - Preparing script and music for Loyola University of Los Angeles chapel production of morality play of 'Everyman' scheduled for Palm Sunday evening are (left to right) Ted McNamara (seated) Rev. Clinton...
Black-and-white photograph of the St. Vincent's College football team. Features three rows of seated and standing students; most wearing black turtleneck sweaters with the St. Vincent's crest on the front. Two students are wearing suits.
Catholic universities and colleges--California--Los Angeles;
Black and white photograph of two men and five women standing on a set of steps at Mount St. Mary's College. Typewritten on the reverse of the photo is, "Mount St. Mary's College, February 19, 1947. Front Row, Left to Right: Bessie Stoddart,...
A view of the Hotel Hollywood, demonstrating an influence of the Mission and Moorish styles of architecture. A sign at the left below the towers says "Hotel Hollywood." The dirt road in the foreground is Hollywood Boulevard.
A view of Avalon Bay, with steamships arriving in the harbor, Sugar Loaf Rock on the far right, and the Holly Hill House with its large red-roofed turret is in the foreground on the right. The Incline Railway is visible in the lower right corner.