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Jesuits

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 31 Collections and/or Records:

American Teilhard de Chardin Association Archives

 Collection
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,...

Virgil H. Barber, SJ papers

 Collection
Identifier: GTM-GAMMS008
Collection-level Scope and Content Note 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.

Francis A. Barnum, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS56
Collection-level Scope and Content Note 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.'

Edward W. Bodnar, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-120731
Scope and content note Series I includes only works by Edward Bodnar, whether originally authored by Bodnar or translated by him. The series contains multiple drafts of many of these works, from first draft tentative "sense-translations" to final drafts. The card catalogs included in the series also contain photographs of manuscripts found in many of the archives listed. Series II includes not only copies of Ciriaco manuscripts, but also Bodnar's notes on them, meticulously organized by archive, then by...

Philip Cardella, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS44
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The papers in this collection cover a wide and curious variety of places and events--not all clear in their relationship to Cardella. Most are in Spanish (letters to and from Central America as well as sermons for his New York community), a considerable number are in Italian, many are in English. A certain number are in French. Some, as occurs with a variegated collection, have no identifiable relevance to Cardella, his life, or his interests. There are seven folders of correpondence, received...

Walter J. Ciszek, SJ interviews

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS191
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Consisting of audio taped interviews with Walter J. Ciszek, SJ, this collection documents the American-born Jesuit's life, ca. 1938-1963. Discussed are: his mission work in Poland and Russia, 1938-1941; arrest by Soviet secret police in 1941; imprisonment in Moscow and Siberia; and eventual release and return to the United States in 1963. The interviews are contained on 9 tapes (duplicates of tapes 1-8 included). The tapes give no indication, either on their face or by their content, of their...

Francis X. DeNeckere, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS36
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Francis X. DeNeckere (1810-1879), entered the Society in 1844. He may have written these meditations.

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...

John E. Dooley, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS49
Collection-level Scope and Content Note John Dooley, SJ was born July 12, 1842 in Richmond, VA. He began studies at Georgetown College in 1856. During the time Dooley was at Georgetown,sectional feeling was on the rise; by 1858, in fact, he belonged to a Cadet company formed on campus by Southern students. He attained the rank of Second Lieutenant. Though still at Georgetown when war broke out, by early1862 he left the College in order to fight for the Confederacy. In August of 1862, Dooley enlisted as a private in D Company, First...

John Early, SJ, papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS22

George Fenwick, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS45
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Rev. George Fenwick, SJ Papers contain some of Fr. Fenwick's poetry,sermons, correspondence, and educational reports.

Joseph M. Finotti, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS10
Collection-level Scope and Content Note The Rev. Joseph M. Finotti, SJ Papers contain Finotti's diaries and scrapbooks from 1846 until just before his death, as well as correspondence.

A. W. Forstall, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS37
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Forstall seems to have taught algebra, geometry, and physics. These are his bound notebooks, in French, perhaps used for teaching.

Francis S. Fullerton, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS35
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Everything in this collection were items received by Fullerton , none created by him. Two are extensive notebooks of poems, and two are small items.

Charles H. Fulmer, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS48
Collection-level Scope and Content Note 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.

Robert Fulton, SJ papers

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Identifier: GTM-GAMMS19
Collection-level Scope and Content Note Collection consists of correspondence, biographical material, and one diary.