Contains the following material, some only for select years: media guides, rosters, season schedules, copies of official score sheets and box scores from select games, news releases and news clippings, season statistics, awards banquet programs, and one unmarked VHS tape. Also includes individual reference files on the following people: Jennifer Larsen, Linda Ohrin, Paula Wagoner, Lauren Hilsky, Meg Galligan, Robin Seidman, Brigid Meagher, Fran McCabe, Sandy Inglis, and Marianne Sullivan.
Contains the following material from select years: media guides, season schedules, rosters, season and player statistics, gameday programs, box scores, game notes, and news clippings.
Contains the following materials from select years: administrative records, press releases, news clippings, rosters, event results, season reports, Sailing Association history, and media guides.
Contains the following material from select dates: Contains media guides, press releases, rosters, season schedules, season statistics, tournament programs and box scores.
Two boxes of media in various formats. Includes game footage and highlight videos.
For fall, winter, and spring sports. Includes some for individual sports (basketball, women's basketball, field hockey, football, lacrosse, soccer, and volleyball.)
Contains photographs of the launch of the SS Georgetown Victory at the Bethlehem-Fairfield Shipyard, Baltimore, Maryland, and of her traveling under the Sydney Harbour Bridge in Sydney, Australia. Also included, clipping re the ship’s running aground off Killard Point, County Down, Northern Ireland, in 1946.
The St. Albans Press Collection contains pamphlets and other printed items from St. Albans Press, a private printing press operated by Stephen Augustus Hurlbut. The collection focuses primarily on ecclesiastical works, some of which are in Latin. The materials include hymns, poems, and Christmas and Easter cards. One letter from Stephen Augustus Hurlbut to Eric F. Menke is present, too.
Includes photographs of U.S. President William Howard Taft speaking and “reviewing the Third Sunday Brigade” at St. Aloysius Church in Washington, D.C. Also includes photographs of the Church's interior.