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This collection is comprised of lectures, homilies, and speeches, many of which were for commencements, lecture series, and the dedication of Allentown College by various Allentown College and DeSales University faculty members and outside prestigious guest speakers from 1965-2012. A large amount of the documents were Salesian based and were held at Allentown College / DeSales University.
This collection holds materials directly pertaining to St. Thomas More from 1477-1985. The contents are pamphlets that were either written by St. Thomas More himself, or were written about him.
Steve McKee was a graduate of DeSales University, professional writer, and longtime editor at the Wall Street Journal. He wrote extensively on sports and about his family history of heart disease. His papers were donated to DeSales University posthumously and depict his major written works and his writing process.
The student affairs collection includes material relating to student affairs at DeSales University and its previous time as Allentown College of St. Francis de Sales from 1968-2020. The materials predominantly involve activities and academic calendars, student newspapers, residence life programs and policies, directories, club and activities, and student governemnt informaction, and graduating class information.
This collection is comprised of various theatre playbills from DeSales University's Act 1 and student productions from 1967-2018.
This collection consists of material curated by the Treasurer's Office of DeSales University from 1947-2014. The contents of this collection predominantly include financial records, annual reports, and proposed financial budgets.
This collection is comprised of a variety of materials related to DeSales' Trexler Library from 1964-2017. These materials mainly include annual library history reports, library photographs, information regarding prominent DeSales library figures / librarians, newsletters, handbooks, and information regarding important library events such as the creation of the current library and the flood of 1971 that impacted the original library.