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Ticket to a St. Leo College Baseball Game. 1911
1886-1887 Letters from Gerard Pilz, OSB
Letters of Gerard Pilz, OSB., 1886-1887
These letters represent the beginning of the establishment of the Benedictines in Pasco County, FL. Father Pilz came to this location to determine the possibilities for establishing the community that was to become Saint Leo. The letters chronicle his thoughts and determination.
1885 Saint Anthony School "Book of Rules for a Young Lady"
1919-1920 Holy Name Academy Memory Book Hand-Written by Verna Watkins Little.
Lake Jovita Booster Ad, 1926
Letter Sent to Cuba from an International Student Attending Saint Leo Military College, 1898
San Antonio Booster Ad. DADE CITY BANNER, 1925
Rosaria Villegas, Cuban Student, 1952
Saint Leo Military College Catalog, 1897-1898 school year
Holy Name Academy Prospectus, Cost of Attendance, 1890
Saint Leo College Invoice to Mrs. Jessie Quigley of Miami, FL for $200.00 board & tuition, $3.05 stationery, & $6.00 for 2 months of milk
1918-1922 Saint Anthony School Centennial Document
Saint Anthony School Centennial, Catholic Persecution, 1918
The highlighted passage on this page documents the 1918 attack against Catholicism in Florida by incoming Governor Sidney J. Catts. There were direct repercussions for the Benedictine Sisters who had been accustomed to teaching in public schools, but were now forbidden.
Holy Name Academy Information about the Food the Girls will be Served, 1912
Saint Leo Military College Tuition and Information, 1912. The document lists tuition as $225.00 for a 10-month term.
1917, 'Those Murderous Monks of Pasco County.' Written by a disgruntled resident angry because the monks did not pay taxes on their large land holdings
Saint Leo College. Newspaper Ad from Florida Catholic Newspaper, 1962. This is just after Saint Leo became a co-ed institution
Holy Name Academy, New Building, 1960