Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Leo and Jane Codd papers
Michael de la Bédoyère papers
The Michael de la Bedoyere papers primarily contain correspondence received from editors and colleagues of the Catholic Herald, as well as from other Catholic journals. Of interest is the correspondence exchanged between Count de la Bedoyere and the Catholic Herald concerning his resignation. Included is correspondence from several of the publishers of books by Count de la Bedoyere.
Span dates: 1929-1960 Bulk dates: 1950-1960 Extent: 0.50 linear feet, 1 box
Miriam Gallagher, R.S.M. letters
Original and photocopied correspondence between Sister Miriam Gallagher, R.S.M.; H.L. Mencken; Odell Shepherd; and others.
Gallery of Living Catholic Authors
Elizabeth Iddesleigh - Susan Lowndes Marques collection
Correspondence of Elizabeth, Countess of Iddesleigh and sister Susan Lowndes, the daughters of writer Marie Belloc Lowndes. Includes letters from English Catholic writers Isabel Clarke; Martin d'Arcy, SJ; Arnold Lunn; Archbishop David Mathew; as well as more than 130 letters by C.C. Martindale, SJ, many written during internment in Denmark during World War II.
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Bruce A. Marshall Papers
Thomas Merton - John Pauker Collection
The Merton-Pauker Collection consists mainly of correspondence between Merton and Pauker and between Pauker and those interested in buying Merton's prints. There are seven personal letters from Merton and three mimeographed letters which Merton sent out to friends at Lent, Easter, and Christmas, 1967. Many of the letters also discuss Pauker's work as a poet, especially "Excellency," a sequence of poems, published in 1967.
Wilfrid Parsons, SJ Papers
This collection consists of the papers of Joseph Wilfrid Parsons, S.J.(1887-1958), who served as Editor-in-Chief of America Magazine (1925-1936).
Wilfrid Parsons, SJ Papers 2
Donald T. Powell Papers 2
Marion Stancioff Papers
Manuscript notes and articles by Marion Stancioff on Catholicism and a range of humanitarian interests such as art, education, literature, philosophy, as well as economics and politics. Includes correspondence with friends in both English and French on many of the foregoing topics. Notable letters are from Dorothy Day, Anne Fremantle, and Ezra Pound. Family letters are also included.