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Series #3. Individuals, 1927 - 1998.


Scope and Contents

From the Collection:

The American Teilhard de Chardin Association Archives document the activities of a major organization devoted to preserving the writings and legacy of the noted French Jesuit Rev. Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J. The collection includes materials concerning the administrative functions of the society. The archive also contains files regarding prominent individuals, such as Romano S. Almagno, George Barbour, Minna Cassard, Robert T. Francoeur, Thomas King, Ursula King, Mary Lukas, Ellen Lukas, Winifred McCulloch, and Alfred P. Stiernotte. The collection includes incomplete runs of printed journals about Teilhard, including "Teilhard Review," "Revue de Teilhard," "Teilhard Newsletter," "Bulletin de Teilhard de Chardin," "Newsletter of the Teilhard Centre," "Association des Amis de Pierre Teilhard de Chardin," and "Teilhard Studies." Printed materials about Teilhard are present, as is a substantial set of audio tapes of lectures about various aspects of Teilhard's life and career.


  • 1927 - 1998.

Conditions governing access note

Box 25 contains restricted materials: Estate Information, Resumes, and Job Applications.

American Teilhard Association Library records are currently unprocessed and access to them may therefore be limited.

Most manuscripts collections at the Georgetown University Library Booth Family Center for Special Collections are open to researchers; however, restrictins may apply to some collections. Colections stored off site require a minimum of three days for retrieval. For use of all manuscirpts collections, researchers are advised to contact the Special Collecitons Research Center in advance of any visit.


From the Collection: 23.5 Cubic Feet (26 boxes)

Language of Materials


Container Summary

Arranged alphabetically by name. Contains correspondents and printed materials by and about certain individuals.


Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

Lauinger Library, 5th Floor
37th and O Streets, N.W.
Washington DC 20057