The class of 1946 nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown posing in front of St. Mary's School of Nursing building. Pictured left to right are Anna Rose Faith, Virginia Bugle, Ruth Yadloshy, Henrietta Thousn Niemi, Dorthy Cline, Shirley Shea, Helen Maki, Lavern Halamik, Eileen Hoffbauss, Mary Pricco, Joan Franzen, Maureen Kaysen, Marge Larson, and Helen Tarnowski.
Members of the Philomathic Literary and Debating Society at the College of St. Thomas. Front Row: John Keenan, Peter Gadient, "Duke" Ryan, William McCarron, John Neary, unknown, unknown. Second Row: James Byrnes, James Neary, James Nolan, Pat Lydon, William McHale, Edward Casey, Martin Cullen, Thomas Welch, Michael Healy. Third Row: Joseph Makowski, Homer Hogan, Frank Matz, James Jiracek, Mathias O'Laughlin, Frank Kelly, Mike McQuaid(?). Fourth Row: Charles Shields, unknown, Paul Abel, Peter Tibesar, Stanley Dobrenski, James O'Phelan, William Grace, Patrick Franklin. Back Row: James O'Reilley, Tom Canty, Ed Sprenger, Mike McRath, Philip Brady, William Coleman, William Luby, William Haas, Joseph Cleary, Maurice Ryan, Reverend Terence Moore.
1912 elementary school dormitory, Villa Sancta Scholastica. Elementary school boarding students at Villa Sancta Scholastica slept in 12-bed dormitories. Each cubicle held a bed with privacy curtains, and a dresser-washstand. Closets were communal. The girls were supervised by a sister "prefect" in an adjacent private room.
Medical technology students from the The College of St. Scholastica are shown working in chemistry laboratory. Pictured left to right in the front row are Dorothy Johnson and Catherine Arens. Pictured left to right in the middle row are Frances Muehlbaum, Joan Wakefield, Marjorie Reed, Adrie Langdon, Lois Blechel, Ruth Ball, Joanne Loucks, Florence Baxter, Ruth Ristan, Fern Sortedahl, and Annabel Krispen. Pictured left to right in the back row are Lorna Row Claire Strang, Geraldine Kurtz, Frances Lobaca, Audree Thomas, and Carol Ecklin.
Corps of Cadets at the annual military inspection. Homes on Selby Avenue can be seen in the background. The old Science Building and old Administration Building can be seen in the upper right hand corner of the image.
Nursing students from The College of St. Scholastica are shown planning the 1956 Rheumatic Fever Charity Ball. It was held on February 3, 1956 at the Spalding Hotel Ballroom in Duluth, MN with music by The Vagabonds.