McAvoy, Thomas Timothy, 1903-1969.
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
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),...
Scope and Content Crank letter addressed to Bishop Joseph Rademacher of Nashville, September 1884; invitation and program for Centennial Dinner Commemorating the Erection of the See of Nashville, 5 October 1937, from Bishop William L. Adrian to "President and Faculty, Notre Dame University"; letter from John F. O'Hara, CSC, President of Notre Dame, regretting that he will not be able to attend and appointing Rev. Thomas McAvoy, CSC, to represent him; letter, 28 September 1937, from O'Hara to McAvoy...
Dates: 1884, 1936-1937
Scope and Contents Club records including its constitution, minutes, programs of meetings; records of its annual history essay contest; copies of study guides produced by the club; correspondence of its moderator, secretary-treasurer, and bulletin editor; and financial records and membership lists. Individuals represented in the correspondence include Thomas T. McAvoy, CSC, Philip Gleason, Mercedes Muenz, Sister Mary Clarence, SSJ, Grace Modica, and Norbert Skvarla, OSB.
Scope and Content Correspondence, 1936-1969; writings such as manuscripts of his publications, lectures, research notes, and manuscripts of other scholars' works collected by McAvoy; correspondence and copies of historical documents collected by McAvoy during a research trip to Europe, 1960-1961; and personal records such as tax returns, calendars, notes, address books, obituaries, clippings and letters of condolence concerning McAvoy's death, 1930-1969. The ...