SCOPE AND CONTENT Friedrich Hecker was a man who "traveled light" for much of his life, and it comes as no suprise that much one might expect to find in his papers is not there. While there is a dossier of professional credentials (b.1, f.2), the draft of a Romantic play (b.4, f.39), and some student notes (b.1, f.1), there is virtually nothing from his political life before 1848 other than one certificate of election (b.1, f.3, 14.7.1842) and a petition protesting his resignation from the Baden ...
Scope and Content Correspondence of William Henry O'Connell, rector of the North American College in Rome (1895-1901) and Cardinal Archbishop of Boston (1907-1944), and John Ireland, Archbishop of Saint Paul (1888-1918), with Countess Sabina di Parravicino of Milan, the Italian translator of Ireland's speeches; correspondence of John Joseph Glennon, Cardinal Archbishop of St. Louis (1903-1946); John Joseph Keane (1839-1918), Bishop of Richmond (1878-1888), first rector of Catholic University (1889-1896), administrator in the Vatican (1896-1899), and Archbishop of Dubuque (1900-1911); John Lancaster Spalding, Bishop of Peoria (1876-1908); and John Zahm, CSC, scientist, author, professor at the University of Notre Dame (1875-1892), and provincial of the Congregation of Holy Cross (1895-1906). Also printed material, photocopies, and microfilm of clippings, books, and pamphlets concerning the controversy; with copies of works by Albert Houtin, Henri Delassus, George Fonsegrive, Eduardo ... Read More
Scope and Content Occasional correspondence of the prelates of the Diocese of New York; letters (1875-1876) received by John O'Kane Murray of New York; commemorative material having to do with the diocese; letters received by John Talbot Smith (1849-1934); a minute book of the New York Ladies' Seamen's Friend Society (1842-1847); and a book of handwritten notes (1836) by James Roosevelt Bayley (later Bishop of Newark and Archbishop of Baltimore) before he converted to Catholicism. Correspondents include members of the American hierarchy; Isaac Hecker, CSP (1819-1888); and Daniel Hudson, CSC (1849-1934). Also photostats of letters from the Archdiocesan Archives of New York (1848-1855). Calendared.
Scope and Content Correspondence, journal, clippings, and manuscript drafts of books, speeches, articles, and essays, both published and unpublished, 1823-1876; including correspondence with the Comte de Montalembert, Louis Veuillot, Lord Acton, John Henry Cardinal Newman, George Bancroft, Salmon Chase, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Isaac Hecker, Henry David Thoreau, and Archbishops John Hughes, Francis Patrick Kenrick and Martin Spalding; manuscripts of essays by Albert Brisbane, Archbishop Francis P. Kenrick, George Thompson and others; and a photograph of Orestes Brownson. Collection available on microfilm from the Archives of the University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN, 46556. Calendared
Letters from family, friends, and American bishops, most of them dating from the time when Chatard lived in Rome; concerning the North American College and its students and European travels of American friends; with requests from American bishops for assistance in dealing with Vatican officials, inquiries about political conditions in Rome, and requests for accommodations at the College for the First Vatican Council
Correspondence of William Henry O'Connell, rector of the North American College in Rome (1895-1901) and Cardinal Archbishop of Boston (1907-1944), and John Ireland, Archbishop of Saint Paul (1888-1918), with Countess Sabina di Parravicino of Milan, the Italian translator of Ireland's speeches
Scope and Content An inventory of material collected by Sister Helen Angela for her biography of Ireland, John of St. Paul: The Making of Archbishop Ireland; correspondence concerning the biography, 1953-1961; and clippings and a manuscript by Sister Angela concerning Ireland's work as a Civil War chaplain. Also microfilm containing notes and transcripts of letters in two different hands and clippings that span the years 1892-1905; concerning Catholic schools in America, the Spanish-American War, Isaac Hecker and Americanism, and other timely controversies; with letters between the British Foreign Office and Cardinal Rampolla, and between Queen Victoria and Pope Leo XIII, regarding attendance at the party to commemorate the sixtieth anniversary of her ascendancy to the throne; and correspondence involving Cardinal Rampolla, Cardinal Vaughan, Cardinal Gibbons, Cardinal Simeoni, Archbishop Keane, and Archbishop Ireland.
Scope and Content Note Correspondence with colleagues, students, college administrators, and publishers; grade lists, syllabi, student evaluations, and records from college committees and departmental activities; class notebooks from his Notre Dame courses (he received a B.A. from Notre Dame in 1960); manuscripts of books, articles, papers, and book reviews by O'Brien; and correspondence, minutes, reports, and other meeting material from his tenure on the board of The National Catholic Reporter. Files regarding Call to Action (1976) conference or meetings; research, essays and manuscripts by others; grants; teaching; workshops; writings; drafts of Isaac Hecker: An American Catholic and of From the Heart of the American Church ; and miscellaneous files representing O'Brien's activities outside of the College of the Holy Cross, 1991-1996.