Search student publications and our historical newspaper collection at edu.Discover digitized archival material in our special collections repository. Approximately 650 first-hand drawings by Joseph Becker and his colleagues depicting numerous aspects of nineteenth-century American culture including the Civil War, the construction of the railroads, the Chinese in the West, and the Chicago fire. Over 19,000 photographs from award-winning photographer Bobbie Hanvey documenting the people and life in the North of Ireland since the 1970s.
"It's gonna be fun, but it's also gonna be really life-changing," Sadie said.
"I think people are gonna feel really inspired and leave there feeling like they can really make an impact in the world." "Brighton was just texting me like, 'We have to plan the bachelorette party! "We're kinda all underage, so it's probably not like most people's bachelorette parties.
The beautifully illuminated 15th century Connolly Book of Hours and Dutch Book of Hours, from the John J. The Connolly book of hours has an accompanying Finding Aid.
The imaging of the Dutch Book of Hours was completed while the book was dis-bound for restoration work.
"Trevor lives in Texas and he was messaging me, and I was like, 'Uh, do you want to go to a Justin Bieber concert with me?
Because I don't have anybody to go with.' And he was like, 'Sure.' So, he came and I guess we just hit it off," Sadie recalled.
The University Libraries are currently creating a searchable digital archive for issues dating from November 1919-June 2013. Established in 1978 by the Boston College Theologian and Liturgical specialist, William J. J., the Liturgy and Life collection documents the liturgical movement in the American Catholic Church from 1925 to the introduction of the Second Vatican Council's reforms.
Almost 1200 artifacts such as chalices, statuary, medals, crucifixes, ecclesiastical dress have been photographed for online viewing.
If you have an idea for a project that involves digitization and management of materials for inclusion in the Libraries' permanent digital collections, please contact digital library programs staff.
Visit our Internet Archive site to browse the entire Boston College Libraries collection or to explore our curated collections.
Almost 400 images from the Boston Gas Company Records are available for viewing. A History of Boston College (Internet Archive) Published in 1947, this is the first book-length history of Boston College ever written, this work covers the history up through the Second World War. Boston College Graduate School of Arts and Sciences: Continuity and Change at the Heart of Boston College (Internet Archive) Published in 2004, this book details the development of graduate education at Boston College throughout the 20th century. A Dynamic Era in the History of Boston College: The Higher Education of Undergraduate Women, the School of Education, 1952-1965 (Internet Archive) Published in 2002 by former Dean of Women Mary Kinnane, this book records the early years of coeducation in the School of Education.