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American Teilhard de Chardin Association archives

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Identifier: GTM-070730
Scope and contents note 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,...

Catholic Historical Manuscripts collection

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Identifier: GTM-820831
Scope and Contents The Catholic Historical Manuscripts collection contains documents generated by significant Jesuits who were assocaited with Georgetown University in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. The collection includes correspondence, handwritten documents, financial account information, and bound manuscripts. Noteworthy individuals include Simon Brute, Joseph-Pierre de Cloriviere, Pierre Jean DeSmet, Alphonsus Donlon, Louis William DuBourg, Francis Dzierozynski, Benedict Fenwick,...

Edward Devitt, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-000007
Scope and Contents The papers of Rev. Edward Devitt, S.J. (1841-1920) who, during his years in the Society, taught at Gonzaga College, Woodstock College, Holy Cross College, and Georgetown College. He was also, at one time, rector of Boston College and editor of the "Woodstock Letters." Fr. Devitt also gained wide recogntion as a historian of early Catholic history in the United States. The papers include a series of diaries (1865-1929), a commonplace book of verse and sundry documents, in addition to numerous...

Abraham J. Emerick, SJ, collection

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Identifier: GTM-180101
Collection level scope and contents note Father Abraham J. Emerick, S.J., [1856 - 1931] served as a missionary in Jamaica and pastor of various missions in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The A. J. Emerick Collection consists of correspondence referring to his activities as a Jamaica missionary as well as pastor of the Mission of Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament, which was supported by the Blessed Sacrament Sisters for Indians and Colored People. Most of the correspondence in the collection (38 letters)...

Thomas M. King, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-130716
Content Description Correspondence and source materials relating to Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. Includes material (primarily printed articles and some memoranda) on abortion rights, Georgetown University student group GU Choice, and Catholic identity.

McKenna Project collection

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Identifier: GTM-130312
Scope and Contents note Recordings, transcripts, notes, article clippings relating to an oral history project on Horace McKenna, S.J., undertaken by Joseph K. Hines in the mid-eighties. Includes "Christ is with the Poor: Stories and Sayings of Horace McKenna, S.J." edited by John Dear, S.J., and Joseph Hines (1989), which is based on many of the oral history recordings collecting by Hines.

Monagan, John S., papers

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Identifier: GTM-970507
Content Description Correspondence and research materials relating to publication of Monagan's book on Horace McKenna, S.J.: "Horace, Priest of the Poor" (Washington, D.C: Georgetown University Press, 1985).

Joseph Mosley, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS25
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Rev. Joseph Mosley, SJ was born in Lincolnshire, England, on November 16,1731. He entered the Society of Jesus in 1748, after having received an education at St. Omers, France. In 1758 Fr. Mosley went to Maryland, where he worked in missions to Charles Co. and St. Mary's Co. In 1765 he founded the Mission of St. Joseph's in Talbot Co. on Maryland's Eastern Shore. It was in the service of St. Joseph's that he died, on June 3, 1787. While serving in Maryland, Fr. Mosley wrote a number of letters...

Gerard O'Brien varia collection

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Identifier: GTM-150114
Content Description Items collected by Gerard O'Brien relating to American Catholic and Jesuit notables of the 17th and 19th century.

J. Havens Richards, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-000010
Scope and Contents The J. Havens Richards, SJ papers primarily concern Richards' presidency of Georgetown College from 1888 to 1898. Boxes 1 and 2 contain correspondence written to Richards, chiefly of a mundane nature. The second box contains correspondence to Richards from the Provincial, Father General and the Curia. The correspondence concerns plans for the University, relations with Catholic University, and reflects some of the concerns in education prevalent during the Americanist controversies. Boxes 3 and...

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Diane de Margerie collection

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Identifier: GTM-930319
Content Description Letters from Teilhard de Chardin to Diane de Margerie. Includes printed articles by and about Teilhard de Chardin. Four offprints bear inscriptions by Teilhard to Ambassador Roland de Margerie and his wife Jenny Fabre-Luce, parents of Diane de Margerie.

Diane de Margerie (b.1927), is a French writer and translator.

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin - Janetta Warre collection

 Collection — Box: 1, Folder: 1-18
Identifier: GTM-110506

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