St. Thomas Literary and Debating Society in front of the old Administration Building. Seated in the front are the officers of the society: William O'Malley, Vice President; Reverend Terence Moore, President; Reverend William Lunner; James Doyle, Secretary.
The faculty and students of the College of St. Thomas in front of the old Administration Building. Fr. John Dolphin, president of the College of St. Thomas, is seated in the middle of the front row. Title supplied by cataloger.
Members of the Philomathic Literary and Debating Society at the College of St. Thomas. Front Row: John Keenan, Peter Gadient, "Duke" Ryan, William McCarron, John Neary, unknown, unknown. Second Row: James Byrnes, James Neary, James Nolan, Pat Lydon, William McHale, Edward Casey, Martin Cullen, Thomas Welch, Michael Healy. Third Row: Joseph Makowski, Homer Hogan, Frank Matz, James Jiracek, Mathias O'Laughlin, Frank Kelly, Mike McQuaid(?). Fourth Row: Charles Shields, unknown, Paul Abel, Peter Tibesar, Stanley Dobrenski, James O'Phelan, William Grace, Patrick Franklin. Back Row: James O'Reilley, Tom Canty, Ed Sprenger, Mike McRath, Philip Brady, William Coleman, William Luby, William Haas, Joseph Cleary, Maurice Ryan, Reverend Terence Moore.
A banquet for the classes of 1908 and 1909 held in the refectory of the old Administration Building of the College of St. Thomas. Fr. James Doyle and Fr. John Dunphy are seated on either side of the pillar in the far right of image. Negative Number: C82-150-298.
Students of the Class of 1908 at the College of St. Thomas on the shore of Lake Mennith with the old Administration Building and the original St . Thomas Chapel in the background. First row (left to right): William O'Reilly, Anthony Logar, Dan Foley, Joe Freyselven. Middle Row: John Doherty, Bill Carroll, Tom Canty, Joe O'Neill, Will Dohahoe. Back Row: Ambrose Sullivan, John Donahoe, Ed Fitzgerald, Joe Bouska, Martin Kennedy, Joe Hannon, Walter Lally, Louis Pepin, Philip Gordon. Title supplied by cataloger. Negative Number: C82-150-199.
Cadets of the College of St. Thomas for 1909. Front Row (left to right): Colonel Sedgewick Rice (Commandant), Cadet Major Raymond Caverly, Cadet Lt. Colonel William Coughlin, George Rowles, John Blankart, Stanley Meger, Cyril Farrell, Charles Jungwirth, John Cogan, John Hartigan, Bernard Kramer, Augustus Rhode, , John Steger, Stephen Winter, Thomas Kennedy, Herbert Lawes, Raymond Scallon, John Markoe, Sylvester Fitzsimmons, Major John Mears, Cadet Colonel Louis Kucera, Cadet Major Earnest Carr. Second Row (left to right):unknown, John Mooney, Alexander Lynott, LeRoy Westfall, Eugene Eldredge, unknown, John Halloran, Harvey Williams, unknown, Asa Eldredge, Maurice Hurley, unknown, unknown, unknown, Charles Welsch, William O'Brien, unknown, Dexter Hamilton, unknown. Back row (left to right); unknown, Albert Westfall, Linus Waskuwich, unknown, Walter Clemens, Harold Martin, George Pepin, Frederick Niemann, Leo P. McMahon, Timothy O'Connell, unknown.
The College of St. Scholastica Bulletin is a booklet 13 pages in length published by the College under the direction of the Sisters of Saint Benedict for young women and girls explaining the College's foundation and aim, location, telephone and railway connections, government, references, equipment, laboratories, publications, lecture course, health of students, physical exercises, rules and regulations including wardrobe requirements, and expenses. Photograph of Tower Hall on front.
The College of St. Scholastica Bulletin is a booklet 14 pages in length published by the College under the direction of the Sisters of Saint Benedict for young women and girls explaining the College's courses; foundation and aim; location; telephone and railway connections; government; references; equipment; laboratories; publications; lecture course; health of students; physical exercises; general information on such aspects as registration, absences, visitors, correspondence, telephone, boxes, spending money, and dress; wardrobe requirements; and expenses. Photograph of northwest view of college including Tower Hall on page five.
The College of St. Scholastica Bulletin is a booklet 21 pages in length published by the College which is conducted by the Sisters of Saint Benedict of Duluth, MN for young women and girls explaining the College's foundation; location; communication; purpose; faculty; standardization; library; laboratories; gymnasium; private rooms; accommodations for day students; general information on such aspects as admission, references, registration, absences, correspondence, visitors, spending money, health of the students, mending and pressing, scholarship, suspension or dismissal from the school, regulations for wardrobe, and measurements of room; student organizations; courses of study; and expenses. Photographs of the exterior and interior of the Gymnasium, lounges and laboratories in Tower Hall, and the campus grounds are at the end.
Students from The College of St. Scholastica students are shown playing piano, reading, and writing in the Tower Hall Alpha Chi Lounge. This lounge was for day students who lived in Duluth and traveled daily to the college to attend classes.
Students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown working in the household arts laboratory in the ground flloor of Tower Hall. Three of the students are sewing, one is standing for a dress fitting, and one is taking the fitting.
Students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown participating in a Christmas pageant in Rockhurst Auditorium. Some of the students identified are Jean O'Malley, Jean Huong, Pat McMeeken, Pat Duffy, and Maria Gross.
Medical technology students from the The College of St. Scholastica are shown working in chemistry laboratory. Pictured left to right in the front row are Dorothy Johnson and Catherine Arens. Pictured left to right in the middle row are Frances Muehlbaum, Joan Wakefield, Marjorie Reed, Adrie Langdon, Lois Blechel, Ruth Ball, Joanne Loucks, Florence Baxter, Ruth Ristan, Fern Sortedahl, and Annabel Krispen. Pictured left to right in the back row are Lorna Row Claire Strang, Geraldine Kurtz, Frances Lobaca, Audree Thomas, and Carol Ecklin.