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Diocese of Fort Wayne Collection

 Fonds
Identifier: DFW
Scope and Content Chiefly letters received by bishops of Fort Wayne and circular letters from the bishops to the clergy and laity of the diocese; including several letters from Edward Sorin, CSC (1814-1893), concerning the separation of the Sisters of the Holy Cross at Saint Mary's College from those at Notre Dame, and letters from other people concerning the same issue. Also information gathered by Herman Joseph Alerding for his diocesan history, newspaper clippings, photographs, commemorative...
Dates: 1849-1961.

Diocese of Quebec Collection

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Identifier: DQU
Scope and Content Transcripts of 65 letters concerning the Catholic history of the state of Indiana from 1787-1837. Correspondents include Pope Benedict XIV, Cardinal Leonardo Antonelli, and Archbishop Joseph Signay; Bishops Jean-Oliver Briand, Simon Bruté, Edward Dominic Fenwick, Joseph Octave Plessis, and Joseph Rosati; and Charles Carroll, Jean Baptiste Louis Crévier, F.X. Dufaux, Pierre Gibault, Sebastian Meurin, Gabriel Richard, and John Tessier.
Dates: 1767-1838.

Edmond J. Schmitt Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: SCT
Scope and Content Correspondence; historical and religious writings; and research and reference files on Bishop Simon Bruté, Father Stephen T. Badin, Girolamo Savonarola, early missions in Mexican America, Indiana Catholic history, and the Benedictine order in the United States. Also Schmitt's collection of autograph letters, calling cards, and signatures of authors, British and American legislators, presidents of the United States, archbishops, and cardinals (1777-1893). The papers of Father Edmond...
Dates: 1777-1901 (bulk 1890-1901).

Edmund B. Kilroy Papers

 Fonds
Identifier: KIL
Scope and Content Papers and correspondence from members of the American and Canadian hierarchy including Maurice de Saint-Palais, bishop of Vincennes; John Henry Luers, bishop of Fort Wayne; John Walsh, bishop of London (Ontario); and Fergus P. McEvay, bishop of London (Ontario).
Dates: 1857-1900.