Timothy L. Murphy

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Timothy L. Murphy, S.J. (1816–1897) was appointed Santa Clara University's 16th president after the presidency of Walter F. Thornton.

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Gerald McKevitt, S.J. The University of Santa Clara: A History, 1851-1977 (Page 331) http://www.scu.edu/president/history/past.cfm