IIF-302: Fisher, John Harding, S.J. - Letters to ________ on the occasion of his golden jubilee in the priesthood - August 22, 1960; a) from Rev. Patrick S. Canning; b) from Rev. Daniel J. Hagerty; c) from James A. Farley; d) from Most Rev. Francis Keough, Abp. of Baltimore; e) from His Eminence Francis Card. Spellman, Abp. of New York; f) from Most Rev. George W. Ahr, Bp. of Trenton., 1960
Scope and Contents
This series consists of the personal and professional papers of Jesuits associated with Woodstock, former Woodstock Jesuits, ex Jesuits, and Jesuits within and outside the province. The collection is made up of spiritual notes, sermons, class materials, materials for publication, correspondence between Jesuits and family, photos, scrapbooks, diaries, newspaper clippings, and menologies.
- Keough, Francis, Rev., Archbishop (Person)
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1. All Archives materials dated or bearing solely on events occurring before January 1, 1940, shall be open for review unless otherwise restricted, subject to Library policies and procedures.
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From the Collection: 300 Linear Feet
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English
All in same folder marked IIF-302.