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Archdiocese of Chicago Collection

 Fonds
Identifier: ACH
Scope and Content Records of the Archdiocesan School Board (1968-1978) and material from the Archdiocesan Media Center and Justice Lending Library; occasional letters from Bishops Quarter, Van de Velde, O'Regan, Duggan, Foley, Feehan, and Quigley, and from Auxiliary Bishop Alexander J. McGavick and Bishop John McMullen, vicar general (1877-1879) and administrator (1879-1880) of the diocese; manuscripts by Bishop O'Regan, including a sermon on Immaculate Conception and a Biblical exegesis; and photostats of...
Dates: 1845-1978

Francesco Satolli Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: SAT
Scope and Content Chiefly congratulatory letters to Satolli when he became a cardinal in 1895; several letters concerning his work as papal ablegate; photographs, clippings, and a program of a play presented at the Columbian Exposition at which Satolli was present, 1893.
Dates: 1893-1895.

James Farnham Edwards Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: EDW
Scope and Content Journals, personal correspondence, business correspondence, and memorabilia including broadsides and advertisements, calling and business cards, invitations, announcements, menus, post cards, programs, religious objects, tickets, and passes; class records including student lists, grade books, student exams and class notes, files on student organizations, and other student records; records of the Lemonnier Library including correspondence, library subscription and use records, publishers'...
Dates: 1859-1914 (bulk 1880-1909)

William James Onahan Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: ONA
Scope and Content Correspondence, speeches, papers, programs, and newspaper clippings that pertain almost exclusively to the American Catholic Congress in Baltimore and the Columbian Catholic Congress in Chicago; microfilm of newspapers dealing with Catholic institutions of higher learning and Catholic popular history, the Columbian Catholic Congress, and a large Catholic parade in Baltimore in September of 1889.

Calendared
Dates: 1862-1899.