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Miscellaneous papers having to do with the Diocese of Albany or with activities within it; with material relating to bishops John McCloskey and John J. Conroy.
A few letters dating 1877-1881 with typewritten abstracts, legal documents, and clippings, having to do with the diocese and Bishop Peter Joseph Baltes; also a twentieth-century handwritten biographical sketch of Bishop Baltes.
Photostats of letters received by Mother M. de Chantal Keating from H. Braun, Bishop Peter J. Hurth, CSC, and Archbishop George Mundelein.
Two letters received by Bishop John Timon, one letter sent by Bishop Stephen Ryan, and photostats of a life of John B. Merz and a sacramental record book.
Letters (originals and photostats) from Simon Gabriel Bruté, later Bishop of Vincennes, to William Gaston, North Carolina jurist, 1814-1839; other letters, including one (photostat) from John England (1834); one (photostat) from William Gaston (1811); and one (original) from Patrick N. Lynch, third bishop of Charleston (1882); and a photostat of a journal, 1820-1823, written by Bishop John England.
A 242-page diary kept by Sylvester H. Rosecrans, 1847-1852, which covers his journey to Rome, travels in Italy and preparation for the priesthood; a typewritten transcript of the same diary; letters, poems and clippings by and about Sylvester H. Rosecrans; photostats of some 25 letters concerning the Dominican Sisters at St. Mary of the Springs, Columbus, Ohio, 1829-1860; and a few other items concerning the Catholic Church in Columbus.
"History of the Diocese of Corpus Christi, Texas" by Sister Mary Xavier Holworthy (a Master's Thesis at St. Mary's Univesrity of San Antonio, Texas, August 1939); and a map of the Diocese of Corpus Christi associated with the thesis.
Correspondence of Bishop Maes; the manuscript of his History of the Catholic Church in Monroe City and County, Michigan ; minutes of the second preparatory meeting for the Eucharistic convention, 2 June 1894; and other correspondence, papers, and pamphlets relating to Catholic affairs in the diocese, 1858-1922.
Collected papers having to do with activities in the territory of the Diocese of Galveston-Houston.
Six letters (1890-1893) from Grand Rapids Bishop Henry Joseph Richter to Rev. Frederick H. Ruessmann, granting permissions and approvals or expressing disapproval.
Clippings concerning Bishop Jeremiah Francis Shanahan and the Diocese of Harrisburg.
A letter sent from Helena by Bishop Brondel, addressed to "Madam," identifying the American Catholic as a paper recently begun by Mr Hickey of Brooklyn, editor of the Catholic Review. Bishop Brondel says that he does not know the price.
Diocesan records, 1892-1952, consisting of minutes of council and consultants' meetings, announcements, and a record of clerical appointments; manuscripts of three works relating to the diocese; and scrapbooks compiled by Bishop John J. Hogan concerning Catholic and diocesan topics, 1870-1913.
Papal Bull (Pope Pius IX) establishing the Diocese of La Crosse, 3 March 1868; and a receipt signed by Rev. M. Connolly for $9.25 received in a Christmas Collection from "Carmelite Ladies", 28 December 1881.
Six letters received by Bishop John Chanche (1852-1853); three letters received by Bishop James O. Van de Velde (1855); three letters sent by Bishop William Henry Elder (1861-1864) and a document in Elder's hand, dating from the 1870s, characterizing the Society of the Knights of the Legion of Honor as a secret society; clippings of pastoral letters and articles by Elder (1873-1881); and a few other letters and clippings.
In English, French, German, and Latin.
Testament of Bishop Augustus Mary Martin, 1 May 1872 (French); printed letter from Bishop Martin approving the Catholic Militant Union of the Cross; obituary clipping "The Late Rt. Rev. A.M. Martin, Bishop of Natchitoches"; Succession of Bishop Martin, deceased, Bishop Francis Xavier Leray, executor, December 1880; and a document written by Bishop Leray commending Rev. Celestine Mahé and releasing him for a five-month leave of absence in his native country, circa 1884 (Latin).
Manuscript of an oration by Bishop Spalding delivered at the University of Notre Dame in 1886; and material concerning Peoria collected by Sister M. Annella, OP, most of it in the form of letters in reply to Sr. Annella's requests for information, 1949-1953.
Miscellaneous correspondence of bishops Michael O'Connor, Michael Domenec, John Tuigg, and other letters associated with the territory of the diocese; biographical information, newspaper clippings, and printed ephemera.
Letter from Bishop David W. Bacon, Portland, to Rev. Joseph O'Brien, Cathedral, Providence, R.I.; typewritten notes concerning Bishop Bacon's ancestry, education, and episcopate (1855-1874); handwritten table of statistics for the Diocese of Portland (1855-1875); funeral announcement for Mrs. Eliza Bacon.
Newspaper clippings regarding Bishop Hendricken; a report of Catholic statistics in Waterbury, New Haven County, by Hendricken (1863); a letter signed by Hendricken (1885); and copies of the Providence Visitor for 18 May 1934 and 25 May 1934 concerning the consecration of Bishop Keough.
Photostats of letters from Lamy to Bishop Zubiria and from Martinez and Taladrid; two autograph letters from Lamy to Father Thomas A. Hayes, and one autograph letter to John O'Kane Murray, Catholic historian; a manuscript and a printed copy of Lamy's farewell address of August 26, 1885; two photos of Lamy and several newspaper clippings.
Additional Lamy papers may be found in the New Orleans and Cincinnati collections.
Official Year Books and Seminary Reports, parish histories, and other printed material having to do with the Diocese of Toledo (Ohio).