An inventory of the Carl A. Horn Collection at The American Catholic History Research Center and University Archives
Carl August Horn grew up in Catonsville, MD, and attended The Catholic University of America between 1912-1916 as a Chemical Engineering student. While at CUA, he was a member of the Electron Society (sophomore through senior years), the Holy Name Society (sophomore through senior years), and played football (sophomore and junior years), and track (sophomore through senior years). He was also the founder of the Resistance Club, an informal club in the Chemical Engineering Department.
This collection contains a photograph and track trophy.
This collection is divided into one series: 1) CUA Memorabilia.
The Carl A. Horn Collection consists of one series:
Restrictions on Access
There are no access restrictions.
The items were donated to the Archives by Luke T. Burns, grandson of Carl Horn, on July 7, 2010.
Processing and EAD markup completed in August 2011 by Robin C. Pike.
See other CUA photographic and alumni collections.
This record series is indexed under the following controlled access subject terms.
Horn, Carl Agustus
Catholic University of America--History
Catholic University of America--Campus
Catholic University of America--Students
Catholic University of America--Track and field
Track and Field
The memorabilia from this collection is located in the CUA New Museum Collection, which includes alumni memorabilia. The file numbers for the objects are NMC 2043 and NMC 2044.
The Cardinal Yearbook, 1916
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