Maine Historical Society
Correspondence, promissory notes, account books, bills, receipts, inventories, deeds, court documents, indentures, signatures, computer biographical data, newspapers and articles, school papers, and war pouches -- Includes letters about land, taxes, and Bailey family members. Jacob Bailey, of New Gloucester, Me., estate administrator in Cumberland County, writes about the Indians near the Maine/Canadian border, Québec, people living in Guinea, Canadians, Roman Catholic priests, and parishes, also noting styles of clothing, mills, and river travel in Canada. Also includes account book (1789) of Robert Bayley, shoemaker, the first in the family to settle in Maine, detailing his work
Detroit Public Library, Burton Historical Collection
Copy of Elliott's Sketch of the Life & Times of the Very Right Reverend Gabriel Richard; Civil War letters, commissions, and other items of William R. Elliott (d. 1863), serving with Michigan Cavalry, 1st Regiment; and copy of The Missionary (1928) with article about Fr. Walter Elliott
Maine Historical Society
Diplomatic papers chiefly relating to routine consular business; also some personal letters to his wife and children containing comments on the unsettled condition of Mexico, Emperor Maximilian, the influence of the Mexican priesthood, and the American Civil War -- Includes political letter making reference to the "Augusta ring" of Maine politicians James G. Blaine, A.B. Farwell, and John L. Stevens
University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
Papers (1894-1937) of Wenceslau Sholar, a Slovenian immigrant priest, consist of letters written to his brother in Slovenia. The letters describe the early years of Slovene settlement in Illinois and Minnesota, where Sholar served
Lawrence Public Library
Three photographs of O'Reilly; together with a medal cast in honor of his Golden Jubilee in 1924
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Copy of Elliott's Sketch of the Life & Times of the Very Right Reverend Gabriel Richard; Civil War letters, commissions, and other items of William R. Elliott (d. 1863), serving with Michigan Cavalry, 1st Regiment; and copy of The Missionary (1928) with article about Fr. Walter Elliott
Lawrence Public Library
Thirteen photographs, including one portrait (8x10), one group photo (8x7), and portraits (5x7) of Augustinian priests in the Lawrence and Andover, Mass., area -- Persons represented include Fr. James O'Reilly of St. Mary's Church in Lawrence
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Correspondence (chiefly late 1920s) in Esperanto, Russian, and English, with individuals in many countries, and photos of Seryshev's correspondents; mss. of writings, including autobiography (5 v. and appendices) illustrated with photos, postcards, and documents, called V Zemnom plane moego vechnogo bytii︠a︡, about Seryshev's life and travels in pre-revolutionary Siberia, Japan (1919-1922), China (1922-1925), and Australia, where he settled after 1926, as well as Seryshev's earlier ms., Peshkom po i︠a︡ponskim shkolam, which also covers the Japanese period in Seryshev's life, and his Esperanto v SSSR i ee satelitakh, with substantial related primary material; copy of Siberio (1914), a collection of articles on Siberia, translated into Esperanto and edited by Seryshev; various Russian-language periodicals brought out by Father Seryshev in Australia; and Esperanto textbooks in Russian, Polish, and Lithuanian
Library of Congress - National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections
Topics include national church efforts toward civil rights; Vatican II and interfaith activities; and successful methods for promoting interfaith dialogue
Catholic Archives at San Antonio
Correspondence, documents, and other items, relating to the orders, including Jesuits, Maryknoll Fathers, Congregation of the Holy Cross, Oblate Fathers, Franciscans, Benedictines, Marianist Sisters, Sisters of the Incarnate Word, Ursulines, missionary work, and the growth of the Catholic Church in Texas