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Box 9

 Container

Contains 11 Collections and/or Records:

ID-1i: Theses ex Universa Theologia a Georgio de la Motte , Nov. 20, 1890

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 158
Scope and Contents Thesis by Georgio de la Motte delivered at Woodstock College.

ID-1j2: Theses in tractatu De Verbo Incarnato et De BVM - P. Herbert, J. Parker, April 22, 1909

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 160
Scope and Contents Theses on the Incarnation and the Virgin Mary defended by Herbert Parker, S.J.

ID-1k1: Theses ex Universa Philosophia quas propugnavit Francis P. LeBuffe , April 1910

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 161
Scope and Contents Thesis on philosophy defended by Francis LeBuffe at Woodstock College.

ID-1k2: Theses de re Sacramentaria quas propugnavit John M. Salter., April 13, 1910

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 162
Scope and Contents Thesis defended by John Salter, S.J., on the sacraments at Woodstock College.

ID-1-l1: Theses ex Theologia Fundamentali quas propugnavit James A. Cahill , May 15th, 1912

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 163
Scope and Contents Theses on theology defended by Jacob Cahill, S.J. at Woodstock College.

ID-1-l2: Theses ex universa philosophia quas propugnavit - Charles G. Herzog, May 1912

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 164
Scope and Contents Theses on philosophy defended by Charles Herzog at Woodstock College.

ID-1m: Theses in Sacram Scripturam - Antonius C. Cotter., May 4th, 1915

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 165
Scope and Contents Thesis on scripture defended by Anthony Cotter, S.J., at Woodstock College.

ID-1m: Theses ex universa philosophia quas defendit Daniel F. Creeden , May 4th, 1915

 File — Box: 9, Folder: 166
Scope and Contents Thesis on philosophy defended by Daniel Creeden S.J., at Woodstock College.

ID-1.1: Theologians - Renovation Verses , 1854 - 1909

 File — Multiple Containers
Scope and Contents Poems and songs written by theological students at Fordham, Boston College, and Woodstock in Latin, Hebrew, Greek, Arabic, and English. These were written on the occassion of feast days and special events.