In December 1912, Chicago CPA John Mahony penned a quick note to the Rev. Daniel J. McHugh, C.M., Treasurer of DePaul University at that time. Though short, the note covered a variety of topics – an enclosed bill, books that would be standard for a commerce library, and how Mahony had multiple people helping him arrange courses at night. Mahony touches on all of these subjects in preparation for a rapidly approaching date - Jan. 6, 1913 - the day classes were set to open in DePaul’s brand new College of Commerce. Read on to learn about how DePaul's College of Business became what it is today.