St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 7 of 9)

Title

St. John's College History Collection Newspaper Clippings (Box 7 of 9)

Description

The series titled Newspaper Clippings include articles, and periodicals. Articles were often published in local publications and then saved, but some materials are from publications outside of Annapolis and the state of Maryland. While content varies greatly, in general subjects pertain either to the activities and work of St. John’s College or to education and educational theory more broadly; some material was written by a person affiliated with the college.

Coverage

Annapolis, MD

Date

1920-1978

Rights

St. John's College owns the rights to this publication.

Type

text

Format

paper

Language

English

Identifier

Box 23

Inventory

Box/Folder

Author (last, first)

Publication

Title/Description

Dates

Notes

23-1

 

 

“St. John’s College, Annapolis”

1880

Original; photocopy

23-2

 

 

“St. John’s College: Pencil Jottings from the Note Book of Ye Reporter”

1892 (?)

Original; photocopy

23-3

 

 

“A Student’s Wild Rage”

1892 (?)

Original; photocopy

23-4

 

 

“Concert at McDowell Hall”

1906

Original

23-5

 

 

“The Assault on Woman Avenged—Davis Dragged from Jail and Lynched”

1906

Photocopy

23-6

 

 

“First of the Lectures, Prof. Alden Speaks on William Tell”

1/19/1907

Original

23-7

 

 

Parade of cadet battalion at St. John’s College

1908

Original

23-8

 

Baltimore American

“Bicentennial of the Ancient City of Annapolis”

11/15/1908

Photocopy

23-9

 

 

“30,000 Cartridges Burn”

1909

Original; photocopy

23-10

Johnson, Gerald W

The Evening Sun

“Tradition and Modernism at Annapolis”

1927

Original

23-11

Scarborough, Katherine

 

“St. John’s Experiment in Atmosphere”

12/15/1929

Original; photocopy

23-12

Watson, Mark S

The Baltimore Sun

“A Useful Window-Seat at St. John’s”

1/15/1933

Original; photocopy

23-13

Hunter, Louis C.

The Baltimore Sun

“The Founding of a College”

1933

Original; photocopy

23-14

Jones, Franklin P

 

“Dead Cats and Colleges”

1937

Original; photocopy

23-15

Barr, Stringfellow

 

“St. John’s Plans True ‘Liberal’ Education”

1937

Original

23-16

 

 

“Old St. John’s College Plans Pureley Cultural  Curriculum”

9/9/1937

Original; photocopy

23-17

Beach, Clarke

The Baltimore Sun

“Midnight Oil Plus 100 Books Equal St. John’s New Program”

1/18/1938

Original; photocopy

23-18

Randolph, John

The Baltimore Sun

“St. John’s Group Nearing Those 100 Great Books”

9/18/1938

Original; photocopy

23-19

 

 

“St. John’s Again”

1938

Original; photocopy

23-20

 

St. John’s Collegian

“St. John’s Abandons All Intercollegiate Athletic Activities”

11/18/1938

Photocopy

23-21

 

The Evening Capital

“St. John’s Gets $1 Million Gift”

5/28/1956

Original; photocopy

23-22

 

The Evening Capital

“500 Watch St. John’s Break Ground For Its New Buildings”

10/22/1956

Original; photocopy

23-23

 

 

Francis Scott Key’s descendants and President Eisenhower dedicate new building

5/20/1959

Original; photocopy

23-24

 

 

“Christ-Janer New St. John’s Vice President”

5/28/1959

Original; photocopy

23-25

 

Washington Post and Times Herald

Eisenhower Visits St. John’s

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-26

 

New Haven Journal-Courier

Eisenhower Visits St. John’s

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-27

Needham, Steve

The Evening Capital

“Eisenhower Pleads for Economy; Lauds Mellon Lab Facilities”

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-28

 

New York Herald Tribune

“Eisenhower Insists on Sound U.S. Economy”

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-29

Knighton, William

The Baltimore Sun

“Ike Links Strong Econnomy to Power of U.S. Abroad”

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-30

 

Philadelphia Inquirer

“Ike Plays Middies’ Cupid”

5/23/1959

Original; photocopy

23-31

 

The Evening Capital

“Eisenhower Notes Policy Change”

5/22/1959

Original; photocopy

23-32

 

 

“Paul Mellon to Be Honored Friday at St. John’s”

5/20/1959

Original; photocopy

23-33

 

 

Homecoming Banquet

10/24/1949

Original; photocopy

23-34

 

The star

“$1,550,000 is pledged to St. John’s”

n.d.

Original; photocopy

23-35

Fine, Benjamin

The Milwaukee Journal

“263 Year Old School Is Only for Thinkers”

7/12/1959

Original; photocopy

23-36

White, Jean

The Washington Post

“Old St. John’s Goes Modern”

12/18/1958

Original; photocopy

23-37

 

 

St. John’s homecoming

10/24/1949

Original; photocopy

23-38

 

 

“The Whistler—and the wayward elevator”

1982

Original; photocopy

23-39

 

 

“Inflation hits book acquisitions”

1979

Original; photocopy

23-40

 

The Sunday Capital

Croquet match

4/27/1997

Original; photocopy

23-41

 

The Evening Sun

“St. John’s student gives others a rub for their money”

5/1/1980

Original; photocopy

23-42

 

The Evening Sun

“St. John’s seniors bake high-calorie hall”

12/15/1980

Original; photocopy

23-43

 

The Evening Capital

“Reenactment of Revolutionary War battle”

10/17/1981

Original

23-44

Perl, Peter

The Washington Post

“Middies Founder on Sticky Wicket, Are Sunk 2-1”

4/21/1986

Original; photocopy

23-45

 

 

“King William Players, With Help Of 100 Workers, To Give Lavish Play”

2/6/1951

Original; photocopy

23-46

 

 

“St. John’s Freshman elections 1927-1928”

1927-1928

Photocopy

23-47

Buckley, William F

The Capital

“At St. John’s, real education is no dream”

5/23/1996

Original; photocopy

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