Marist Heritage Project
The Marist Heritage Project is a multi-faceted effort to document the history of Marist College. Two major areas of interest for this project include the impact of the Marist Brothers, the founders of Marist College, on the development of the institution and the overall history of the College.
Photographs, audio and video interviews, and written resources are being carefully gathered for this project. As new resources are collected they will be added to this site with the goal of creating a digital archive documenting the history of Marist College.
If you are interested in joining the MHP team of Marist Brothers, former Brothers, and Marist College students, faculty and staff please contact John Ansley, the Head of Archives and Special Collections.
Table of Contents:
The On-line History section consists of a collection of World Wide Web pages that document various aspects of the history of Marist College.
- > Buildings and Place Names
- > Chronology of Marist College: 1858-1969
- > Marist College History
- > Marist Symbols
The Oral History section consists of oral history interviews conducted with Marist Brothers, former Brothers, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other members of the Marist Community that have played a significant role in the development of the College.
Guidelines and forms needed to conduct interviews for this portion of the Marist Heritage Project can also be found on this page.
The Written History section consists of full-text documents written by Marist Brothers, former Brothers, faculty, staff, students, alumni, and other members of the Greater Marist Community that have played a significant role in the development of the College.