St. Jerome’s University Archives
Alumni/Graduates' Information, 1910-1991


Description
Media Type:
Text
Item Types:
Correspondence
Forms (Documents)
Description:
SCOPE AND CONTENTS:

This series of alumni/graduates'information includes the replies to a circular letter sent out to the alumni, or"Old Boys", of St. Jerome's College by Rev. Theobald Spetz, C.R. in January, 1916. Father Spetz, himself an alumnus and former president of the College, was commissioned to collect biographical and career information of former students to be kept in the College Archives for possible future historical use. The replies to Father Spetz are arranged in alphabetical order.

This series also includes cards, letters, Update! forms, and Graduates'Association graduate profile forms with updated information regarding graduates'address changes, marital status, birth of children and other personal news as well as profession and job-related news. Also included is a file on a special campaign in 1983 to make contact with and to get updated profiles on alumni who graduated during the years 1947-1959 when St. Jerome's was affiliated with the University of Ottawa. The file is called"The Ottawa Connection".
Notes:
Language: The records for Father Spetz's biographical survey are in English, German and Latin.
Some of the letters Father Spetz collected are dated 1910 and 1911. These may have been solicited for use in the book he published,"Diamond Jubilee History of the Diocese of Hamilton. With a Complete History of the County of Waterloo, 1856-1916".
Early records are in fragile condition.
The dates of these records are not inclusive. They span the years 1910-1919; 1983; and 1991.
Date of Publication:
1910
Corporate Name(s):
St. Jerome's University
Collection:
St.Jerome’s College records
Language of Item:
English; German; Latin
Geographic Coverage:
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.4694629930038 Longitude: -80.5461678844833
Physical Description:
9 cm. of textual records
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Recommended Citation:
SJU Archives
Location of Original:
2-1-2-A6; 2-1-3-B15
Terms of Use:
By permission of the Director of the Advancement Office.
Contact
St. Jerome's University Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
290 Westmount Rd. N.
Waterloo, ON N2L 3G3

St. Jerome's University is located in Waterloo, Ontario, and is situated in the University of Waterloo. It was founded as St. Jerome's College in 1865 by the Congregation of the Resurrection. In 1959, it was granted university status and changed its name to the University of St. Jerome's College. It has been federated with the University of Waterloo since 1960. In 1998, the name was officially changed to St. Jerome's University.
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Alumni/Graduates' Information, 1910-1991


SCOPE AND CONTENTS:

This series of alumni/graduates'information includes the replies to a circular letter sent out to the alumni, or"Old Boys", of St. Jerome's College by Rev. Theobald Spetz, C.R. in January, 1916. Father Spetz, himself an alumnus and former president of the College, was commissioned to collect biographical and career information of former students to be kept in the College Archives for possible future historical use. The replies to Father Spetz are arranged in alphabetical order.

This series also includes cards, letters, Update! forms, and Graduates'Association graduate profile forms with updated information regarding graduates'address changes, marital status, birth of children and other personal news as well as profession and job-related news. Also included is a file on a special campaign in 1983 to make contact with and to get updated profiles on alumni who graduated during the years 1947-1959 when St. Jerome's was affiliated with the University of Ottawa. The file is called"The Ottawa Connection".