University of South Carolina
Correspondence and other papers pertaining to Morgan's lay work in the Catholic Church, particularly with St. Francis de Sales and St. Joseph's, Columbia; his membership in Catholic auxiliary organizations, such as the Diocesan Council Of Catholic Men of South Carolina and the Knights of Columbus; his affiliation with the Boy Scouts of America, Senior Citizens Association of South Carolina, and Shandon Senior Citizens Center
University of South Carolina
Program, 12 December 1869, for a concert held at the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Charleston, South Carolina for the benefit of the parochial school for boys
University of South Carolina
Papers, 1868-1871, consist of monthly circulars, appeals of the Catholic Institute to the Catholics of Charleston, an announcement of the "Jubilee of our Holy Father" commemorating the twenty-fifth anniversity of the election of Pope Pius IX, and a printed ticket to the Catholic Fair at Hibernian Hall
University of Michigan - William L. Clements Library
This collection is made up of 21 letters that Sarah Peterson of Salem, Massachusetts, received from "John," an acquaintance living in Paris, from 1899-1900. John commented on religious life, public celebrations, and his everyday experiences in France
Georgetown University - Special Collections
This collection, the title of which is derived from the name of the house in England where its contents were kept for almost 200 years, consists of significant portions of the papers of George Birkhead, Archpriest of England in the early seventeenth century, and of the Belson family, together with a miscellany of letters and documents pertaining in one way or another to English Catholic history between the late sixteenth and late eighteenth centuries. Among the more prominent authors of letters are Robert Parsons (or Persons), S.J., one of the first missionaries to Protestant England; Thomas Fitzherbert, agent for the English Catholic clergy in Rome; and Cardinal William Allen. The documents are said to have been at Douai College in France until the French Revolution, when they were taken to England
Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Correspondence, autobiographical and other writings, brochures, and other papers of Father Daniel J. Mallette, Jr., a priest of the Chicago Roman Catholic Archdiocese. Materials include early personal papers and memorabilia, 1941-1969; incoming correspondence from fellow clergymen, friends, students, and opponents, ca. 1950-1979; items written by Father Mallette, almost all of which were produced in 1969, including drafts of an autobiography and several articles, most written for his column, "the Inner city Shepherd," which was featured in the Servite order publication, Novena Notes; and newsclippings. Topics include St. Agatha's parish in the Lawndale neighborhood (1957-1968), the civil rights movement in Chicago and the South, race relations, inner city life, and social activism in the Catholic Church. The collection also includes papers of his parents, Daniel J. Mallette, Sr., and Anne Mallette of Chicago
Lawrence Public Library
This hand written diary has been bound into two layers of paper. The first 16 pages are the diary, blue ink on blue paper. The last eight pages are black ink on the same blue pages, but is written in a different hand writing and includes only hand written poems: Constancy by Jenny Marsh; Elsinlinde by Robert Griffin Staples; The tress of hair by Annie Southcomb; A mother's kiss by Wm. R.T. Edredge; and Reminiscences by Finly Johnson. The diary is titled "Hurly, Kealing's Scrip book." It starts July 15, 1847, in Galway, Ireland where the writer embarks on the Ship Bethel and lands at St. John's, New Brunswick, Canada, after a 44 day passage. The names at the front of the book are hard to read. Kealing looks right, but Murly could be Hurly
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1970-1976) of Michael Novak consist of personal and professional materials, including typescripts, newspaper clippings, and publications. Topics include (but are not limited to) such nationality groups as Slovak, Polish, Scandinavian, and Slavic Americans, Catholics, Education, and the Polish American Congress
University of North Dakota - Elwyn B. Robinson Department of Special Collections
Series I. includes biographical materials, memorabilia, and otheritems not filed under specific court cases, 1927-1992
Chicago History Museum-- Research Center
Clarence Manion's papers are comprised of incoming correspondence and carbon copies of outgoing letters; transcripts of Manion Forum broadcasts, 1954-1979; and publications advocating conservative positions on American domestic and foreign affairs, including monographs written or published by Manion; speeches, news clippings, and other materials. A manuscript of Barry Goldwater's book, Conscience of a Conservative is included