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Saint John's College Music.mp3
Audio recording of three St. John's College songs, including: "Ode to Saint John's College", "Saint John's College March" (or "St. John's Forever"), and "A Team Song" sung to the tune of "Auld Lang Syne".

Oversize materials include a full Life Magazine issue, along with musical scores, and copies of oversized records related to the charter founding St. John’s College.

Items in this series include materials related to the possible acquisition of St. John’s by the Naval Academy, committee notes, and official memorandums.

This series contains records related to speeches and addresses given by or to members of the St. John’s College community. These materials may be published or handwritten. The records within this series range in time frame from 1794-1957. Speeches…

The correspondence series contains letters to and from individuals affiliated with the College; correspondence is both personal and administrative in nature. The dates of correspondence in this collection ranges from 1795-1983. Correspondence…

Statement Conferring Degrees and Commencement Address by President McDowell (to the graduating class of Francis Scott Key) 1796-10-21.pdf
Statement conferring degrees and commencement address. Delivered by President McDowell on October 21, 1796 to the Class of which Francis Scott Key was a member.

Published materials by persons affiliated with St. John’s College, or about the College. Materials include individual essays, as well as occasionally entire publications. Some materials relate to the history of the city of Annapolis. Similar…

Published materials by persons affiliated with St. John’s College, or about the College. Materials include individual essays, as well as occasionally entire publications. Some materials relate to the history of the city of Annapolis. Similar…

The Ephemera series contains non-traditional records. Examples include a dance card from a College event and poetry written about St. John’s College.

Commencement Address from 1835 by Hector Humphreys {1835-02}.pdf
Address to the Alumni and Graduates of St. John's College, and to the Friends of Education in Maryland. By Hector Humphreys, D. D., President and Professor of Moral Science, Delivered After the Annual Commencement in February, 1835. Printed at the…

Commencement Address-Commencement Address-Hon. Robert H. Goldborough-1836.pdf
Address delivered before the alumni of St. John's College. At the annual commencement on the 22nd February, 1836, by the Hon. Robert H. Goldsborough, in the presence of the Visitors and Governors of the College--the Governor, and the Executive…

Commencement Bac. sermon-Hector Humphreys-1857.pdf
Biographical notice of the Rev. Hector Humphreys, D.D. Late Principal of St. John's College; "True freedom the gift of God the son," Baccalaureate sermon; and the register of St. John's College, for the year MDCCCLVIII.

Materials in this series relate directly to the academic work of St. John’s College. Examples include French workbooks, report cards, layouts of the program of study, and similar documents.

Materials in this series relate directly to the academic work of St. John’s College. Examples include French workbooks, report cards, layouts of the program of study, and similar documents.

Address to the Alumni and Students of St. John's-Lomax, John Tayloe-1842-02-22.pdf
An address to the alumni and students of St. John's College, Annapolis. Delivered February 22, 1842. By John Tayloe Lomax, of Virginia.

Commencement Program-1842-02-22.pdf
Annual Commencement. St. John's College, February 22, 1842. Order of Exercises. (Includes handwritten note)

Catalogue 1852.pdf
College catalog for the year 1852.

Commencement Address by Rev. William Pinkney (Incomplete) 1852-02-23.pdf
An address delivered before the alumni and students of St. Johns. On the 23rd February, 1852. By the Rev. William Pinkney. (Incomplete)

Some Account of the Commencement (with handwritten poem) 1852-02-23.pdf
Some account of the commencement of St. John's College, Annapolis, and the attendant exercises, February 23rd, 1852, with a list of the graduates. Also includes a handwritten poem "by a non-graduate".
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