Jesuit Community of Boston College
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
The John Louis Bonn, SJ papers document the life of Bonn, a Jesuit priest, writer, and educator who attended Boston College and taught classics, English, and drama there from 1930-1949. It includes correspondence, ephemera, lecture and staging notes, manuscripts, and photographs.
Collection is open for research. Audiovisual recordings in this collection have been digitally copied; all original media was retained, but may not be played due to format. Digital use copies can only be accessed in the Burns Library Reading Room.
Collection is closed. Access with permission of office. Departmental records and faculty files containing student records, faculty tenure and promotion files, and other records containing personally identifiable information are closed due to privacy restrictions.
Collection is open for research. Series I. Admissions is closed in its entirety due to privacy restrictions, and is stored off-site. A small amount of material in other series is also closed due to privacy restrictions.
Collected photographic postcards with blank versos, from Europe and Africa, as well as a few from the United States. The bulk are images of Austria, France, Italy, Spain, and Turkey; while smaller sets document Algeria and Morocco. Photographs are almost entirely black-and-white, with a few hand-colored.
Collection is open for research.