Papers, 1892-1904.


Shea, Daniel William, 1859-1930. Papers, 1892-1904.

Papers, 1892-1904.

Physics notes of William A. Powers describing 38 experiments (1892), Thomas J. Burrill's "Our University" address (1894), published material relating to Shea's role as Catholic University of America delegate to the installation of Edmund J. James as president of University of Illinois, and a street railway pass.

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