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St. Edward’s University

Silent | 1960s

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  •  Doyle Hall, taken from multiple angles 
  •  Academic procession, likely part of a graduation commencement 
  •  Flag football game is underway 
  •  Sorin Hall 
 
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This 1960s home movie captures scenes around the St. Edward’s University campus in Austin, including exterior shots of several of buildings and a graduation procession. Later, students participate in a casual game of flag football. The sunny day brings out a sizable crowd of spectators.
St. Edward’s University is a private Roman Catholic institution of higher learning located in Austin, Texas. It was established in 1877 by the Reverend Edward Sorin, CSC, Superior General of the Congregation of the Holy Cross. Sorin also founded the University of Notre Dame. The campus moved to its current location in 1889. Famed Galveston architect Nicholas Clayton built the university’s Main Building, which was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1973. St. Edward’s received its university charter in 1925, and became co-educational in 1970. Today, the university’s enrollment exceeds 5,000 students rom 44 states and 51 countries.