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Reverend William Noon Papers and Photographs

Dates: 1940-1975
Creator: Reverend William Noon
Record Series: 490
Repository:

Tatyana V. Popovic Archives & Special Collections
Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214
 

Extent: 13.5 linear feet (27 boxes)
Language of MaterialsEnglish
Abstract:

Born on May 17, 1912, Reverend William Noon was a literary scholar who specialized in twentieth century literature.  Noon studied philosophy, theology, and literature, and had a particular interest in the relationship of prayer and poetry. He was also recognized as an authority for the author James Joyce, so much that the New York Times once claimed that he was one of the"best professional experts on Joyce." He was the author of Joyce and Aquinas and Poetry and Prayer. The collection contains personal and family papers, photographs, personal and professional correspondence, business records, and draft manuscripts of articles, books, and reviews. 

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International House Collection

Dates: 1963-2004
Creator: International House
Record Series: 495
Repository: Tatyana V. Popovic Archives & Special Collections
Extent: 9 linear feet (18 boxes)
Language of MaterialsEnglish
Abstract:

International House was founded in 1963, and was initiated to serve as an international program for Le Moyne students. At its founding, members lived as a Christian community centered around a residence on campus, and made service trips to assist the underprivileged in the mountains of Mexico. The organization soon became a locus for students who felt passionate about social justice issues both home and abroad. The International House existed into the early 2000s. Contained within this collection are histories, correspondence, House minutes and reports, and articles. The collection also contains separate boxes of various memorabilia and ephemera.

 

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Edmund Ryan, S.J. Collection

Dates: 1975-2000
Creator: Edmund Ryan
Record Series: 493
Repository:

Tatyana V. Popovic Archives & Special Collections


Extent: 9 linear feet (18 boxes)
Language of MaterialsEnglish
Abstract:

Edmund Ryan was born December of 1928 in Scarsdale, NY. He held various degrees in Theology and Education, and was a member of the Society of Jesus (a Jesuit). He used his skills and training in education and theology to gain multiple administration positions in Jesuit schools from New York to both Washington state and Washington D.C. In 1993 he joined Le Moyne College, where he held the positions of Interim Academic Vice President and Special Assistant to the President until his death in 2001. This collection contains both personal and professional letters and correspondence, committee records, and documents from previous colligate affiliations.

 

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Charles Beirne, S.J. Collection

Dates: 1999-2007
Creator: Charles Beirne
Record Series: 494
Repository:

Tatyana V. Popovic Archives & Special Collections
Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214

Extent: 4 linear feet (8 boxes)
Language of MaterialsEnglish
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Rev. Charles J. Beirne was Le Moyne College’s eleventh president, serving from June of 2000 to May of 2007. Beirne was well invested in Central American politics, and served as academic vice president at Universidad Centroamericana in San Salvodor following the murder of six Jesuit priests. During Beirne’s tenure at Le Moyne, he initiated a comprehensive five-year strategic plan, developed a new mission statement, and worked toward the development of an architectural master plan for the campus. The collection includes reflections of his time in Central America, insight in his appointment as president of Le Moyne College, and his accomplishments at Le Moyne.