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Newtown/Leonardtown (3 of 4), 1868 - 1916

 File — Box: 54, Folder: 9
Identifier: 119_36_8
Newtown/Leonardtown (3 of 4)
Newtown/Leonardtown (3 of 4)

Scope and Contents

Land and legal records related to Leonard Hall Properties and School in Leonardtown:

Survey and plat (1916) of St. Aloysius church property in Leonardtown; Four letters (1908-1909) from Joseph Hanselman, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 14, 1908) from Edward X. Fink S.J.; Letter (Aug. 31, 1908) to Fr. Zwinge from Robert C. Combs; Authority to collect proceeds from sale of land tract called Thornley; Deed [copy (1910)] by the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen to Mount Saint Joseph's College [Baltimore Co.] for Leonard Hall [formerly known as "Thornley"]; Two letters [carbon copies-June 30, 1909) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Father Provincial concerns the Leonardtown School for Day Scholars; Three letters (1910) from L.J. Kelley, S.J., concerns Leonard Hall; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Isidore; Letter (Dec. 15, 1910) from Brother Walter to Brother Isidore complains about delapidated condition of Leonard Hall; Memo (1910) concerns Leonardtown School property; Record of receipts and expenditures for Leonard Hall (1911); Points of Agreement in Regard to Leonard Hall Property; Deed (1868) by Benjamin G. Harris to Loyola College for White Hall; Agreement (1880) between Asa Lawrence and B. Harris Camalier; Deed (1889) by Sally Hobbs to the Corp. RCC; Deed (1913) by Charles E. McKay to James Cardinal Gibbons; Survey and plat (1917) of St. James Chapel lot and school lot; Deed (1916) by William H. Seward to James Cardinal Gibbons.

**Former finding aid locations: 119_36_8; 107.5R6-S3**


  • 1868 - 1916

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From the Collection: 308 boxes (212 regular boxes, 25 oversized boxes, 58 restricted regular boxes, 13 restricted oversized boxes, plus 14 card catalog drawers )

Language of Materials

From the Collection: Multiple languages


Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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