“BUILDING THE HALLS OF KNOWLEDGE: THE EARLY YEARS OF SAINT MARY COLLEGE” BY TONYA CRAWFORD, SCL ARCHIVIST

In the early 20th century, education was on the rise, and this rise was met by Mother Mary Berchmans and others, who saw the need for increased education and teacher training. The story below, by archivist Tonya Crawford, discusses what gave rise to the founding of a junior college and a 4-year college that could serve Sisters, students, and others. Several archival photos also included in this 4-page story.

Read the story here.

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