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[Author]. [Book Title]. [City]: [Publisher], [Year]. Patrick T. Ryan Collection, Esq., Collection, McHugh Special Collections, The University of Scranton.
Patrick T. Ryan, Esq., was a 1953 graduate of the University of Scranton who went on to earn a law degree from New York University. In 1953, the Scrantonian newspaper dubbed him an "All-Around University Student." The article (accessible to on-campus users only) stated:
Pat Ryan, University of Scranton basketball star, is one of the all-around as well as busiest students at the school. His stardom on the courts is just one of the many activities he crowds into his scholastic schedule...[Pat] typifies a versatile college student who combines outstanding academic and athletic achievements with leadership ability. A Dean's List scholar and captain of the university's basketball team, he is also active in debating, dramatics, student government, intercollegiate activities and oratory. There are other activities he manages to fit into his tight schedule, including two years of the school paper, 'The Aquinas,' and a year on the senior yearbook.
This collection contains 3 boxes of poetry books. Materials have not yet been cataloged.
Donated in July 2001 by Patrick T. Ryan, Esq., class of 1953.