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The Fatherless Children of France

  beachThis exhibit, originally mounted for the 2004-5 academic year, is a collection of autographs, manuscripts, photographs and artwork from some of the greatest names in literature , art, politics and the military of the WWI era. A society created to help French war orphans intended to auction the material for a fund raiser. To prevent the collection from being broken up, Mrs. David Johnson bought the whole collection and donated it to Holy Cross in 1953 in memory of her husband who attended the Preparatory Class.   
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Building Spaces: 
Holy Cross Architecture 1836-1935

 

 St. Joseph Chapel This exhibit was originally mounted from February-June, 2002. Through photographs, music, stationary, blueprints and architectural proposals, paintings, and religious objects, the exhibit depicts images from Holy Cross’ predecessor institutions and significant people in the early life of the college.
  Of particular interest are a cope and other religious items owned or used by Bishop James Healy, many of which were commissioned to celebrate his 25th anniversary as Bishop of Portland, ME. Bishop Healy was valedictorian of the first graduating class at Holy Cross in 1849. These items were loaned by the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception, Portland for the exhibit.   
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Put Me in Coach, I'm Ready to Play: 
Holy Cross Baseball 1865-1960

 

Babe Ruth  Originally mounted in Dinand Library from September 2005-October 2006, Put Me in Coach illustrates the teams, players, games and facilities that made Holy Cross baseball history. This exhbit includes images that highlight the careers of coaching great Jack Barry and star players such as Owen Carroll and Ron Perry; that showcase the 1952 team's historic win at the the College World Series; and that capture Ted William's and Babe Ruth's visits to Fitton Field. 
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Dinand Library Then and Now

Construction Dinand Dinand Library, the College of the Holy Cross' main library, was dedicated on October 31, 1927 on the anniversary of the opening of classes in 1843. Since that day, many of the spaces within the library have changed in function and in appearance. This exhibit provides a pictorial tour of Dinand from its construction in the late 1920s to the present. 
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Campus Sculptural Tour of Exterior Sculpture

Hand of ChristThe College of the Holy Cross Tour of sculptures found in exterior spaces provides the viewer with a virtual tour of the campus. Pairing historical photographs drawn from the the Holy Cross Photograph Collection with photographs taken by Haley Allen, class of 2011 during the summer of 2009 this exhibit provides the viewer with a history of the sculpture at Holy Cross as well as a short biography of the artist.

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Holy Cross Lends a Helping Hand

In addition to keeping up with their busy academic schedules and demanding extracurricular commitments many Holy Cross students choose to donate their time and energy to charitable causes throughout the greater Worcester community through service organizations such as Student Programs for Urban Development, or SPUD as it is more commonly known. This exhibit, which includes photographs and materials drawn from the Holy Cross Archives, the Student Government Association and the  Department of Public Affairs, is meant to highlight a few of the many ways that Holy Cross lends a helping hand to Worcester and its people

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