Explore the digital collections of the Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections and Women and Leadership Archives.
Collections from the Loyola University Chicago Archives and Special Collections
Collections from the Women and Leadership Archives.
Selected volumes from the Loyola University Chicago Rare Book Collection
Selections from collections in the Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections
Women's Catholic college (1930-1991) founded by the Sisters of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (BVM). Yearbooks, student newspaper, and select photos & documents from the Mundelein College Records.
This digital version of the Bishop Francis C. Kelley Papers is provided by the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City and hosted online by the Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections.
Photographs from the Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections, 1895-2020
Select photos of Mundelein faculty, students, activities, and buildings
Graduation class photos of Mundelein students
Caricatures from the 18th and 19th centuries by George Cruikshank, Robert Cruikshank, Isaac Cruikshank, James Gillray, Thomas Rowlandson, Richard Dighton, Samuel De Wilde, William Heath, and others.
Selections from the Jesuitica Collection
All yearbooks (eight) produced by the college
Student newspaper of Mundelein College
Select items highlighting her early life, Civil Rights activism, and social justice work from the Peggy Roach Papers.
Loyola University Chicago Oral Histories
Fraternal benefit society founded in 1898 in Chicago. Select photographs, certificates, and newspaper (Głos Polek) from the PWAA Records.
Interviews documenting the experiences of members of the Mundelein College community
St. Bernard School of Nursing records
Photographs and records documenting the history of St. Bernard Hospital in Chicago, Illinois
Records, newsletter, photographs, etc., from the JFRC.
Photographs, newsletters, and other items pertaining to the history of Nursing education at Loyola.
Correspondence and photographs that Dr. Kellner recived from his friend J. George Stewart, the Architect of the Capitol, from 1962 to 1966.