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3:8. Printed Cards: "Successi E Limiti Della Secaonda Sessione Del Vaticano II; Parlera Mons. Helder Pessoa Camara Vescovo Ausiliare Di Rio De Janeiro" and "Mons. J.B. Zoa, arcivescovo di Yaounde (Camerun) Parlera Su La Chiesa E I Paesi In Via Di Svliuppo." , 1963., bulk: 1963 - 1963

 File — Box: 3, Folder: 8

Scope and contents note

From the Collection:

The Bernard Wall Papers highlight the life and career of Bernard Wall (1908-1974), a noted English Catholic intellectual. The collection contains a small run of photocopied letters from David Jones to Bernard Wall. Also, there is a large amount of correspondence from Bernard Wall to his parents dated 1916 to 1932 and to his wife Barbara Wall dated 1935 to 1973.

Many autograph manuscripts and typed manuscripts by Bernard Wall are present in this archive. Parts of his diary are retained. Most of the articles by Wall concern Italian culture. Wall's lengthy manuscripts for two books entitled, "Aspects of Italian Civilisation" and "The Closed Circle" are preserved in his papers. About 30 photographs are also found in this collection. Rounding out the collection is a wide array of printed materials by Wall, dated 1931 to 1981, on Catholic topics.

The Bernard Wall Papers are arranged into 7 boxes. They amount to 4.0 linear feet.


  • 1963.
  • Majority of material found in 1963 - 1963

Conditions governing access note

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From the Collection: 4 Linear Feet (7 boxes)

Language of Materials


Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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