Monday, October 28, 2013

An archaeological find?

The Loyola High School archives began to gather under the hand of history teacher Rev. J. Philip Conneally, SJ in the early 1970's.  Phil, raised locally was a Cub, Class of 1931 and from a prominent family.  The Phil Conneally Collection consists of about 20 linear feet of photography; correspondence; Loyoliana and teaching files of history subjects including these teaching aids.

According to LMU archaeology professor Bill Fulco ('56), these reproductions of clay tablets and the hieroglyphic writings were probably used for Conneally's World History class.

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