All Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections digital collections are available through Loyola University Chicago Digital Collections or through the Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections page on the Internet Library.
Digitized rare books from the Loyola Rare Book Collection.
Digitized books from the Charles A. Whittingham Chiswick Press collection at Loyola.
Books written by members of or about the Society of Jesus from Loyola's Rare Book Collection.
The history of Holy Family Parish (Chicago, IL) is highlighted through items in Loyola's Special Collections.
The journal of the Illinois Catholic Historical Society founded by Frederick Siedenburg, S.J., after the celebration of the Illinois State Centennial in 1918.
Documents from the Loyola Special Collections relating to the founding fathers of the United States.
The Century of Progress World's Fair ran from 1933 through 1934. The images in this collection were taken by Samuel Insull, Jr.
Images of Chicago during the mid to late 20th century from collections at the Loyola University Chicago Archives & Special Collections.
Books relating to the 1891 Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Digitized from the Rare Book Collection.
Catholic Church Extension Society Photograph Collection
Established in 1905 by Father Francis C. Kelley, the Catholic Church Extension Society provides funding and resources to dioceses and parishes in the United States. These collections are from the CCES Photograph Collection and records at the Loyol University Chicago Special Collections. The Father Francis C. Kelley papers are hosted by the Loyola Special Collections on behalf of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City, which holds his papers.
- Extension Society Photograph Collection
- Chapel Cars
- Motor Chapels
- Chapel Boats
- Chapel Wagons
- Bishop Francis C. Kelley papers
Raymond V. Schoder, S.J., Slide Collection
The Schoder collection consists of aproximately 17,000 slides taken by Rev. Schoder from 1950 to 1986, and includes classical sits of Ancient Greece, Ancient Rome, and Ancient Egypt; sites from the Middle East, Asia, South America, Europe, the Soviet Union, and the United States; architecture; and art.
The Michalak Collection features 19th century British broadsides and books showcasing the work of illustrators such as George Cruikshank, Robert Cruikshank, James Gillray, and John Leech.