The student body and faculty of Sacred Heart Academy in 1893. When the Benedictine Sisters came to Duluth to establish and independent foundation in 1892, they moved into two rented townhouses in the newly-completed Munger Terrace. They immediately established a school for girls, Sacred Heart Academy, which occupied one of the townhouses. The school enrolled students from elementary through secondary grades. The 1893 students are shown here. In the third row from bottom is Mother Scholastica Kerst, in the fourth row Sister Pauline Dunphy and Sister Florentine Cannon, and in the fifth row Sister Leonissa Sauber.
First Row: Ina Patch, Marjorie Rathbone, Margaret, Valancee, Alice Hansen, Mary Schlundt. Second Row: Sylvia Schuller, Sadie Martin, Katie Urban, Hazel Russ, Docmar Hansen, Luella Jansen. Third Row: Katie Klatke, Laura Merritt, Helen Walden, Jessie Smith, Harriet Russ. Fourth Row Al Bossert, Fred Menth, Chauncey Grennel, John Hubbel, Ed Rathbun, Sydney Stipe, Harry Lelup, Frank Malbon, George Martin, James Gorman, Kurt Hoffman.
Students outdoors with brooms for beating mattresses clean. Back of photo reads: 'Miss Dora Bohrer. Dear Sir Dora: I received your postal and was glad to hear from you and I am well and wish you the same. It is raining most all the time here and when it doesn't rain the weather is cold that is all fro this time. Best regards to all of you from E. Bohrer'
Students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown performing a Christmas program titled "A Ceremony of Carols" in the Rockhurst Auditorium. Some students are identified are Elaine Bossert, Mary Sutter, Marge Sullivan, Jean Lennihan, Mary Kay Manning, Mary Ann Torro, Joanne Garfield, Fran Reed, Mary Patnaude, Mary Jean Nordlum, Lois Anderson, Ruth MacMillan, Barb LeBeau, Julie Slattery, Denise Quello, and Pat Nelson.