Sisters in front of the moving van, ready to relocate the College from Lake Merritt to the new campus

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    1. Patricksmercy 41 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing the rich history of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary

    2. Holy Names University 41 months ago | reply

      Our pleasure, Patrick. We'll be posting historical photos from our archives here as we unearth them. Thanks for adding them with your groups!

    3. Patricksmercy 41 months ago | reply

      Thank you for taking the time to tell the story in photos, thats wonderful!

    4. quinnsellars 41 months ago | reply

      if you had photos from St Stephen's in Monterey Park Id appreciate seeing them. My teachers were wonderful but have all since left for the most part. I was there from 1966-1968.

    5. Holy Names University 41 months ago | reply

      @quinnsellars, if the College of the Holy Names nuns (Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary) visited St. Stephen's, it's possible there are photos in our collection. Primarily, though, these photos will be from the Holy Names University archives with photos from the old Lake Merritt campus, as well as the current campus in the Oakland hills built in the 1950s.

    6. quinnsellars 37 months ago | reply

      T y for your info. I doubt when inwas at st Stephens anyone was from the college. There was a lot of chaos and travel between Los gatos and the school. Right before my 5 month stint at st Paul the apostle, two sisters close to us came to inform us they were leaving but would go to Los gatos for a little. It beforehand.

    7. quinnsellars 31 months ago | reply

      The teachers at st Stephens in Monterey park were ssnjm! They weren't visiting the school they ran it.

    8. Patricksmercy 31 months ago | reply

      These photos are from Holy Names University Archives not Sisters of the Holy Names Provincial office, contact them if you want to track down a Sister or photo of SNJM's who taught at St Stephens School...

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