Letters, notebooks, and clippings relating to Barber's work in missions in New England and to his conversion and that of his wife, Jerusha, to Catholicism.
The Rev. Francis A. Barnum, SJ Papers contain a wide variety of material, including correspondence, Fr. Barnum's notebooks on language and other topics, a mass of printed ephemera relating to the World War I and its aftermath, and manuscripts and correspondence on Eskimo languages and Alaska. Note: In keeping with Fr. Barnum's terminology, all references to Central Yup'ik are indexed as 'Innuit.'
Francis X. DeNeckere (1810-1879), entered the Society in 1844. He may have written these meditations.
The John Digges, Jr., SJ Papers consist of sevral manuscripts. None of these manuscripts bear Digges's name, and have been identified by handwriting comparisons with documents in Maryland Province Archives. They probably came into the hands of Baltimore Archbishop Leonard Neale (d. Georgetown, 18 June 1817), and thence to Georgetown. One is bound in an 1815 Baltimore newspaper.
The Peter Epinette, SJ Papers consist of his manuscrpit exhortation on the common rules and his bound volume containing some of his writings.
The Rev. George Fenwick, SJ Papers contain some of Fr. Fenwick's poetry, sermons, correspondence, and educational reports.
The Rev. Joseph M. Finotti, SJ Papers contain Finotti's diaries and scrapbooks from 1846 until just before his death, as well as correspondence.