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Box 151

 Container

Contains 10 Collections and/or Records:

IIIA-8.11: Villa Diary - 1929-1931, Inigo's; 1932-1935, Bellarmine Hall - One volume., 1929 - 1935

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.12: Bellarmine Hall - Villa Diary - 1940-1946 (also Woodstock Villa)., 1940 - 1946

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.13: Bellarmine Hall - Villa Diary, 1948 - 1948

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.14: Bellarmine Hall - Villa Diary, 1949-1952., 1949 - 1952

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.18: Bellarmine Hall - Ledger of guests and reservation carbons of Buena Vista Hotel, 1899 - 1900

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.6: Bellarmine Hall, Theologians' Villa (Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.) - Accounts, 1936 - 1940

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...

IIIA-8.7: Bellarmine Hall, Theologians' Villa (Blue Ridge Summit, Pa.) - Accounts, 1941

 File — Box: 151
Scope and Contents During most of Woodstock’s existence, the student body would decamp for a nearly two month long summer vacation at what was known as “the Villa.” While at the Villa, much of the formality of seminary life was relaxed, and was given over to community recreation. For most of this period the Villa was located at St. Inigoes, a long held Jesuit property in southern Maryland on the coast of the Chesapeake Bay, and a former plantation of Jesuit-owned slaves. Starting in the 1930s, the Villa was later...