University Libraries Digital Collections | Seton Hall University
The Ace Alagna photographic collection, 1944-1998 details 20th century American politics, and Italian-American life through the images of photographer Ace Alagna. Alagna was a White House Press Corps photographer and editor at The Italian Tribune for almost 30 years.
A large part of the collection documents national and local New …
The Monsignor Noe Field Archives and Special Collections Center (A&SCC) has a wide variety of collections that cover the history of the Archdiocese of Newark, Seton Hall University, Catholic New Jersey, and the community of South Orange, NJ and beyond. Materials in these collections include photographs, documents, family letters, …
The Institute for Judaeo-Christian Studies at Seton Hall University was founded by Monsignor John M. Oesterreicher in 1953 and is the oldest institution in the world dedicated to Catholic-Jewish relations. Five collections held at the Monsignor William Noe Field Archives and Special Collections Center are directly related to …
The Seton Hall University photographs collection contains images from The Monsignor Field Archives & Special Collections Center documenting Seton Hall University from the end of the 19th century through today. Images of buildings, people, the campus, and events can all be found here.
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Seton Hall has a long history of athletics beginning in the 1860s with its first baseball teams, through the organization of its first basketball team in 1903 and continuing until the present day. This growing collection of photographs and ephemera currently focuses on pre-1960 images and will expand to include images from track & field, …
The Seton Hall University Libraries Digital Collections provides growing access to photographs, theses and dissertations, finding aids to manuscript and archival collections, journals, student and faculty publications, and artifacts from the Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, Center for Catholic Studies, The G.K. Chesterton Institute, and other Seton Hall University Community members.
Seton Hall University Libraries encourages the use of items in the University Libraries Digital Collections for educational use. Written permission to use material for publication or exhibit must be obtained from the copyright holder and the Seton Hall University Libraries.