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John A. Cole was the interim President of Seton Hall University from 1976-1977. He became acting President upon the death of Msgr. Thomas Fahy in 1976 and continued in this role until the appointment of Dr. Robert Conley in 1977. The Office of the President & Chancellor of Seton Hall University: John A. Cole records consists of one letter, dated April 25 1977, from John A. Cole to the University Community on the state of the University's finances and budget planning.
John L. McNulty was the President of Seton Hall University from 1949-1959. The John L. McNulty papers contain materials related to Monsignor McNulty's term as President.
Robert Conley was the seventeenth president of Seton Hall University and served in that capacity from 1977 to 1979. Dr. Conley was the first official lay president of Seton Hall. The Office of the President & Chancellor of Seton Hall University: Robert Conley records include files and reports gathered and produced by Dr. Robert Conley during his time as President of Seton Hall University.
Thomas G. Fahy was the fifteenth President of Seton Hall University and oversaw significant physical growth as well as progress in equal access to education for minorities, improved governance, and student affairs during his tenure as president. The Office of the President and Chancellor: Thomas Fahy records include materials generated and gathered by Monsignor Fahy during his time as President of Seton Hall University.
Thomas H. McLaughlin was the ninth President of Seton Hall College, from 1922-1933. The collection contains correspondence; professional papers such as appointment books and diaries, a report to the Board of Trustees, notes on a new scholarship award, and a proposal to move the Immaculate Conception Seminary; and research and lecture notes.
William F. Marshall was the fifth president of Seton Hall College, from 1888 to 1897. The collection contains photographs of President Marshall.
This collection contains images from the official Seton Hall University Flickr account. Original naming and arrangement of the materials has been preserved.
Order Sons of Italy in America (OSIA) was founded on June 22, 1905 in the Little Italy neighborhood of New York City by Dr. Vincenzo Sellaro and five compatriots who came to the United States during the great Italian migration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. The Order Sons of Italy in America, Umberto Primo Lodge No. 750 (Susquehanna, PA) collection documents the history and activities of the Umberto Primo Lodge of Susquehanna, Pennsylvania from 1917 to 1981.
Paul J. Hayes was a priest of the Archdiocese of Newark and was involved in media and communications. he produced three educational films, was appointed to the National Catholic Office For Motion Pictures in New York City, and was the Director of the Archdiocese of Newark Communications Office. The Paul J. Hayes papers include subject files, sound and motion picture recordings, and color slides, among other materials.
Papers and phonograph records relating to Rita Murphy's interest in Ireland and Irish culture.
Robert F. Garner (1920-2000) served as priest and bishop in Hudson and Essex counties in NJ. This collection includes correspondence, video recordings, a sick call box, and memorabilia depicting his service to local communities.
The School of Health and Medical Sciences is a professional school within the Seton Hall University structure. Established as the School of Graduate and Medical Education in 1987, the department utilizes partnership programs with Saint Joseph's Hospital and Saint Michael's Medical Center to train and teach students. The School of Health and Medical Sciences records primarily consist of budgets, departmental developments, agendas, and correspondences.
The Search for Christian Maturity program was started by the Catholic Youth Organization in San Francisco in the 1960s and was started in the Archdiocese of Newark in 1973. The SEARCH program of the Archdiocese of Newark records include materials related to the planning and staffing of SEARCH weekends in the Archdiocese of Newark.
The Seton family of William Seton Sr. lived in New York in the late 1800s, at an estate called Cragdon near East Chester, a part of what is now the Bronx, in Westchester county. The Seton family photo album contains 51 images of the Seton family home, Cragdon Cottage, including the house, grounds, nearby landmarks, and family members.