The materials contained in this collection were found in Fr. Hubbard's office in Ricard Observatory on the Santa Clara campus
after his death in 1962. While most of Hubbard's papers and his photographs and films were transferred to the University Archives,
some of his more personal effects were forwarded to the Archives of the California Province of the Society of Jesus. This
inventory covers only those materials available at the Santa Clara University Archives; for access to the other materials,
write Archivist, California Province of the Society of Jesus, P.O. Box 519, Los Gatos, CA 95031.
Bernard Rosecrans Hubbard, S.J., (1888-1962), known as the "Glacier Priest," was an explorer, photographer, and popular lecturer.
He was born 24 November 1888 in San Francisco, son of George M. Hubbard (d. 1914) and Catherine Wilder Hubbard (d. 1910).
He had a brother John, a mining engineer, and a sister, Mary Hubbard Stanley.
Permission to copy or publish any portion of the Archives' materials must be given by the Archives.
Santa Clara University permits public access to its archives within the context of respect for individual privacy, administrative
confidentiality, and the integrity of the records. It reserves the right to close all or any portion of its records to researchers.