NEWPORT and SALVE
HISTORY and CULTURE
NEWSPAPERS & JOURNALS
This bibliography has been created as an aid to research for the New Student Seminar GST 112 class project. All materials listed are part of the McKillop Library collection. The list includes books, videos, newspapers, and journals. Also included are website addresses of local organizations that contain information that may be useful.
In addition, students may find information in the archives of the library located on the third floor. Archive materials can answer questions about the history of Salve Regina University and the Sisters of Mercy such as:
How and when did Salve Regina University begin?
Who was responsible for the founding of Salve Regina?
Why are so many of Salve's buildings mansions?
Do the names of the buildings have significance?
Who was Catherine McAuley?
Some of this information includes correspondence, documents, early catalogues, student handbooks, newspaper clippings, yearbooks, and photographs. The Archives are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm. It is best to call extension 2276 to make an appointment.
Ask at the Reference Desk, call 401.341.2289, or
submit a question
online if you need assistance.
Send comments or questions to Olga Verbeek, Library Webmaster, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Revised: September, 2003