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Charles H. Fulmer, SJ papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS48
Fulmer (1833-1880) received the usual Jesuit education, was ordained in 1861, and spent most of his career teaching although some years were passed in mission work and he also did parish work for the last two years of his life. Two notebooks, each of some 360 pages, bound in boards, containing poems, comprise the collection. The majority of the poems are copied, but there are apparently a few originals.

Dates

  • 1849-1863

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Extent

0.20 Linear Feet (1 Hollinger Slim Document Case)

Biographical Note

Charles H. Fulmer, S.J. (1833-1880) was born on January 23, 1833 in Washington, DC. In 1844, he entered Georegtown College as a student focusing on the study of the classics. On August 10, 1847, Fulmer joined the Jesuit noviiate at Frederick, Maryland, where he studied rhetoric and philosophy. Subsequently, he taught at Georgetown College and later in Philadelphia. In 1861, Fulmer was ordained. He was assinged in 1878 to St. Mary's Church in Boston, where he died in 1880.

[Source: "Woodstock Letters" volume 19, page 116].
Title
Charles H. Fulmer, SJ papers
Status
completed
Author
Georgetown University Library Booth Family Center for Special Collections, Washington, D.C.
Description rules
local practice
Language of description
English

Repository Details

Part of the Georgetown University Manuscripts Repository

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