Maurice Lavanoux Papers
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Personal correspondence, 1917-1920, and correspondence of the Liturgical Arts Society, 1955-1972; bound handwritten diaries of Lavanoux concerning liturgical arts, 1950-1974; by-laws and constitution of the Liturgical Arts Society; class notes taken by Lavanoux, 1915-1920; book-length autobiographical manuscript by Lavanoux, Never a Dull Moment ; and clippings about Lavanoux and liturgical arts.
- Lavanoux, Maurice, 1894-1974. (Person)
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Catholic layman; architect in the firms of Gustave E. Steinback, New York City, and Maginnis & Walsh, Boston; a founder of the Liturgical Arts Society, 1928; and managing editor of Liturgical Arts, 1931-1972.
3.7 linear feet. 2 linear feet of photographs.
- Maurice Lavanoux Papers
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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