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Sociology

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-10-17

St. John's Church

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-25-02-03

St. John's Church Artifact Collection

 Collection
Identifier: RG-27-01
Scope and Contents

This is a collection of documents and items related to the St. John’s Church, located on the Creighton Campus. The collection includes authenics documentation, altars, candlestands, chalices, crucifixes, missal stands, monstrances, oils, patens, prayers, and reliquaries, as well as a few other miscellaneous objects.

Dates: 1864 - 1980

St. John's Church Bulletins

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG-27-00-01

St. Joseph's Hospital

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-25-02-11

St. Joseph's Hospital, Anniversaries

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-23-03

St. Joseph's Hospital, General

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-23

Staff Advisory Council

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-02-06

Stereoscopic Skin Clinic Cards and Medical Slides

 Collection
Identifier: MS-009
Scope and Contents The Stereoscopic Skin Clinic Cards and Medical Slides Collection is an educational asset for showing and describing various medical ailments. The stereo cards depict 128 dermatological conditions. Each card includes a visual depiction of the condition and other information such as a description of the condition, diagnoses, and methods of treatment. Dr. Selden Irwin Rainworth was a doctor from New York who chose to capture these skin conditions and present them in this format. With the...
Dates: 1910

Student Handbooks

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG -00-04-02

Student Handbooks

 Item
Identifier: RG-00-04-02

The Beat

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-12-03-05-02

The Blue Jay

 Collection
Identifier: RG-19-01-03
Abstract

Creighton University's yearbook, the Bluejay, was published from 1924 through 1941. Publication stopped during World War II and did not resume immediately following the war owing to a lack of student interest. The Bluejay returned in 1949 and was issued each year until 2011, the last year Creighton produced yearbooks.

Dates: 1924 - 2011

The Creighton Alumnus

 Collection
Identifier: RG-31-01-01
Abstract From the first issue of The Creighton Alumnus; "To the Creighton University Alumni: In this first issue of the Creighton Alumnus you have evidence of an endeavor to bind you further with your Alma Mater. Some of you have been out of touch with her. Many have advocated a means of communication such as the present publication is to be. Your interests are involved as well as those of the school. We desire to keep you in contact with one another as well as with us. Year by year our alumni list...
Dates: 1927 - 1941

The Creighton Chronicles

 Item — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG-00-01-05

The Creighton Courier

 Collection
Identifier: RG-19-01-01
Abstract

The Creighton Courier began in June 1912 as a semi-monthly supplement to the Creighton Chronicle, a university journal that mixed campus news with academic articles by faculty. The emergence of the Creightonian led to the discontinuation of the Courier in 1924, but it was revived in November 1925 as a publication aimed at alumni. The Creighton Courier ended in 1927 and was replaced by the Creighton Alumnus magazine.

Dates: 1912-06 - 1927

The Creighton Shadows

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: RG-00-01-04
Dates: Existence: 1923 - 2006

The Creightonian

 Collection
Identifier: RG-19-01-02
Abstract

The first issue of the Creightonian came off the press in October 1922. The weekly student newspaper soon supplanted the Creighton Courier as the primary source of campus news. Today, the student-run Creightonian publishes a weekly print edition as well as an online version during the academic year. (The University Archives has archived the online version of the Creightonian since 2010 as part of a project to archive the university websites.)

Dates: 1922-10-04

The Greenhouse Dedication

 Record Group
Identifier: RG-25-02-08-01

The Hansen Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MS-015
Abstract Richard H. Hansen was born in Omaha, Nebraska, July 2, 1929. While attending the third grade at Holy Name School he became interested in American history and government. This interest is attributed to his teacher, Sister Mary Eugenia of the Order of Servants of Mary. Reading American history and biographies became his mode of relaxation. Particularly interesting was the subject of the presidency and he continued to read extensively in that area.His pre-law studies...
Dates: 1960 - 1964

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