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.
Barbecuing; Recreation; Student organizations; College students; Student activities; Children
Black-and-white photograph of the Crimson Circle BBQ in 1962. Features 5 standing Loyola students in uniform--plain black sweaters with the Lion logo on the upper left chest--behind a group of 5 young boys, 2 wearing chef's hats and 3 holding...
Bicycles & tricycles; College students; Recreation; Student activities
Two male students compete in a tricycle race sponsored by the Associated Students of Loyola and Marymount. The breakaway group has left the peloton far behind in this LMU Associated Students Charity race near St. Robert's Hall.
Black and white photograph of a young woman, possibly one of Mary Julia Workman's students, standing on a porch at Delphina Villa, April 20, 1919. An American flag hangs behind her. Written on the back of the photograph is, "This is me," and in a...