Seattle University, 1891-2001 -- A Slideshow

  • By Walt Crowley
  • Posted 12/08/2004
  • HistoryLink.org Essay 7163
This is a slideshow presenting the history of Seattle University, the Northwest's largest Jesuit institution of higher learning. The essay was written by Walt Crowley based on his books, Seattle University: A Century of Jesuit Education and William J. Sullivan: Twenty Years/Seattle University President.

Sources: Walt Crowley, Seattle University: A Century of Jesuit Education (Seattle University, 1991); Crowley, William J. Sullivan: Twenty Years/Seattle University President (Seattle University, 1996).

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