Ann Harrigan Makletzoff Papers
Scope and Content
Correspondence (1930s-1983) with Catherine de Hueck Doherty, Paul Hanley Furfey, Reynold Hillenbrand, Bernard J. Sheil, and Leo R. Ward, and a letter from Dorothy Day; diaries, 1940s-1980s; her writings, including articles and lectures; original notes and multiple drafts of the manuscript of her unpublished memoirs; scrapbooks and clippings about both Makletzoff and Friendship House, with a folder concerning the court- martial case of Bernard James; minutes of directors' meetings and other documents relating to Friendship House, 1942-1948; and printed matter including pamphlets and newsletters.
- Makletzoff, Ann Harrigan, 1910-1984. (Person)
Language of Materials
Teacher, librarian, lay apostolate pioneer, and Catholic civil rights activist; a founder of the interracial Friendship House, Chicago, and its director 1942-1948.
4.4 linear feet.
- Civil rights -- Religious aspects -- Catholic Church Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Day, Dorothy, 1897-1980.
- Doherty, Catherine de Hueck, 1896-1985.
- Friendship House (Chicago, Ill.)
- Furfey, Paul Hanly, 1896- .
- Hillenbrand, Reynold, 1905-1979.
- Makletzoff, Ann Harrigan, 1910-1984.
- Race discrimination Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Sheil, Bernard J. (Bernard James), 1888- .
- Ward, Leo R. (Leo Richard), 1893-1984.
- Women in Church work -- Catholic Church -- United States. Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
- Ann Harrigan Makletzoff Papers
- University of Notre Dame Archives
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