Sketch of Gonzaga College from its Foundation in 1821 till the Celebration of the Diamond Jubilee in 1896. Washington: Published by the College, 1897. Handwritten note at front reads: From the Estate of Tom Cantwell, AB 1908. The coat of arms of the Gonzaga Family is on the front cover.
Gonzaga College: An Historical Sketch, From its Foundation in 1821 to the Solemn Celebration of its First Centenary in 1921. Washington: Published by the College, 1922. Illustrations include: coat of arms of the Gonzaga Family; Gonzaga College in 1922; Gonzaga College 1821-1871; John E. Blox, S.J.; Burchard Villiger, S.J.; Charles H. Stonestreet, S.J.; St Aloysius Church; William Francis Clarke, S.J.; Daniel Lynch, S.J.; James A. Ward, S.J.; Bernardin F. Wiget, S.J.; James Clark, S.J.; Gonzaga College 1871-1931; Charles K. Jenkins, S.J.; Robert Fulton, S.J.; John J. Murphy, S.J.; Edward A. McGurk, S.J.; Cornelius Gillespie, S.J.; Officers and Faculty 1896-1897; John F. Galligan, S.J.; Edward X. Fink, S.J.; Charles W. Lyons, S.J.; Eugene DeL. McDonnell, S.J.; Golden Jubilee of St. Aloysius Church; Joseph J. Himmel, S.J.; Francis P. Donnelly, S.J.; and Paul R. Conniff, S.J.
Echo Ever Proudly: Gonzaga College High School in the Press 1821-1899. Edited by Paul Warren and Michael Dolan, 2005.
In the Web of History: Gonzaga College and the Lincoln Assassination by Paul Warren, 2008.