Salve Regina: The Way We Were

Snowy landscape around North and South halls

NEWPORT, R.I. – In recognition of Salve Regina’s 60th anniversary celebration, which runs through September, SALVEtoday is spending the year examining the university’s history through photographs culled from its archives. Each month, a photo retrospective is looking at "The Way We Were."

Salve Regina first opened its doors 60 years ago in September 1947. To commemorate this milestone, a yearlong celebration is highlighting the continued development of the university’s academic community and to honor 60 years of mercy in higher education.

Photos submitted by Maria Bernier, university archivist.

Mother Hilda Miley, Robert Goelet and artist Ray Kinstler at the

presentation of Goelet’s portrait to Salve Regina Jan. 3, 1963. The

portrait currently hangs over a fireplace in the Ochre Court great hall

A student teacher in the classroom, January 1963

The men’s ice hockey team in the 1990s

Architectural detail on the west façade of McAuley Hall, January 1992

Snowy Wakehurst view

A glimpse of Whiteholme, situated on the corner of Narragansett and

Ochre Point avenues where Miley Hall now stands. Salve Regina

purchased the building in January 1963.

 

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