Found in 29527 Collections and/or Records:
Includes letters from and about the painter Luigi Gregori; Saint Mary's Academy in Salt Lake City; and the Ava Maria Press budget for 1875.
Includes letters from a CSC sister at St. Catherine's of Sienna, from CSC brothers at St. Joseph's of Cincinnati complaining of problems at their institution, and from Bishop Dwenger regarding the lending of CSC priests.
Includes letters from Ellen Sherman, Luigi Gregori, Fr. L'Etourneau (reporting on his visits to various CSC houses), Archbishop Purcell of Cincinnati, and the Abbot of Abbey of Gethsemani (warning of Trappist impersonators seeking money).
Includes letters from the South Bend National Bank, Bishop Dufal of Galveston, Brother Edward updating Sorin on the progress of the order and College, and notices of scandals at the Alton, Illinois CSC house.
Includes letters from Sorin on relations between two CSC houses and Moreau accusations (at 097); letters from John Boyle O'Reilly of the Boston Post; and letters expressing sympathy and concern following the fire that destroyed Notre Dame's Main Building on April 12, 1879.
Includes letters to and from Sorin in Europe; a petition to Sorin from St. Boniface to retain their pastor (Rev. G. Demers); complaints of poor ventilation and heat in the CSC convent; a Rev Toohey letter from Lead City, Dakota Territories, describing a plague; and charges of disrespect of authority against Fathers Patrick J. Colovin CSC, former President of Notre Dame, and Rev. Thomas Carroll, both of Sacred Heart College in Watertown, Wisconsin.
Includes letters mentioning conflicts between sisters at St. Mary's of Austin (at 139); plans for the fortieth anniversary of the University; a contract dispute with painter Luigi Gregori over his painting of Columbus in the main building; and letters from the Studebakers, architect Greg Vigeant, and the Rev. Alexander M. Kirsh CSC from Louvain, Belgium.
Includes Bishop Dwenger's regulations for Lent, a note from a Vatican Cardinal offering a 5% commission for persons willing to arrange sales of some 390 paintings, and mention of the California mission to Indians.
Includes a note of thanks from newly ordained Fr. Andrew Morrissey CSC, updates on building at Notre Dame sent to Sorin in Europe, correspondence regarding the sale of Holy water from Lourdes, and notes of sympathy to Sorin who suffered a serious fall when his buggy capsized in the fall and was then confined him to his room for three months.
Includes letters to Sorin during his spring tour of CSC houses of the South and Western states and Canada; an invitation from the Archbishop of Toronto; and a letter advocating Florida real estate for its investment and retirement value.
Includes letters to Sorin on an early spring trip to Europe; complaints from a New Orleans congregation about the alleged favoring of Negroes by their parish priest (William Demers CSC); Fr. Richard Maher CSC's account to Sorin of a trip to the Black Hills to investigate the debts incurred by Fr. Peter Rosen; and accounts of labor strife at the Oliver Plows factory in South Bend.
Includes letters offering donations for the construction of the Dome; complaints from CSC novices about the "scandalous" and violent behavior of novice Bernard Dever; arrangements to establish a "colored orphan asylum" in Washington, DC; and letters in French from missionary Pierre Marie Osouf from Tokyo representing the Apostolic Vicar of Northern Japan.