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MD PROV COLL: St. Inigoes: House Diary, 1915-1932., 08/31/1915-12/31/1932

 File — Box: 8, Folder: 2
Identifier: 19716

Series-level Scope and Content Note

From the Series:

This series groups material on Jesuit places in St. Mary's County, except for 'St. Thomas's Land' and 'Truth & Trust' which were covered in the preceding series. Very little material from those Jenkins-related places were associated with the places of this series except near the end (1840s) when some contracts concerning the two former Jenkins properties were executed by Jesuits stationed at Newtown. Generally, however, while series 5 and 6 both concern St. Mary's County, the two have little in common.

Dates

  • 08/31/1915-12/31/1932

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Extent

From the Collection: 9.5 Linear Feet (20 boxes)

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

Container Summary

Diary or house record, bound in boards, of St. Ignatius Residence at St.Inigoes (later St. Michael's at Ridge, MD). Apparently written in part byRev. John LaFarge, SJ.

Subjects and Associated Physical Materials

LAFARGE, REV. JOHN, SJ -NUMEROUS MENTIONS -1916-1919: Diary

CONTROVERSY -BTWN PROTESTANTS & CATHOLICS RE BLACK VOC. SCHOOL -1916: Diary

SCHOOLS FOR SOUTHERN MD -DIFFICULTIES IN FOUNDING -1919: Diary

DIFFICULTIES IN LOCATING RELGIOUS FOR SCHOOLS -SOUTHERN MD -1919: Diary

ST. INIGOES, MD -DIARY OR JOURNAL OF RESIDENCE -1916-1932: Diary

RIDGE, MD -DIARY OF ST. MICHAEL'S RESIDENCE -1918-1932: Diary

BLACKS -VOCATIONAL SCHOOL FOR -CONTROVERSY -PROTS & CATHS -1919: Autographed Letter

VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS -FOR BLACKS -DISCUSSED -SOUTHERN MD -1919: Autographed Letter

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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