Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
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.
Personal papers containing letters and documents relating to Francoeur's scholarship on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin, S.J., and to the British and American Teilhard associations. Correspondents include George Barbour; Jeanne Mrotier; Walter Ong., S.J.; and a letter from Teilhard de Chardin to Lucile Swan.
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The Vivien Greene papers consist of six letters written to Vivien Greene, the wife of noted English Catholic author Graham Greene. A letter from Graham to Vivien sent from Berlin, Germany, refers to the Berlin Wall restrictions. Other correspondents include Tom Cordishley, Marie Belloc Lowndes, and Columba Ryan. The letters date mostly from the 1940s.
Manuscript and printed material relating to John Tracy Ellis (1905-1992) and John Knox. Includes 4 audio tape cassette recordings of Ellis, dated 1980 (Bianchi interview); and 1981. Copy of interview of Monsignor John Tracy Ellis conducted by Eugene C. Bianchi in "Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia" (Vol. 92, No. 1-4, March-December 1981).
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.
Adrienne Croissant - Pierre Teilhard de Chardin Papers.
The Raphael - Teilhard de Chardin Collection consists of thirty-seven letters, a manuscript drawing, two typed manuscripts, and a number of offprints on evolution and anthropology, all from the collection of Mrs. Francoise Raphael, an old friend of Teilhard from his early days in China. There is also a folder of black-and-white photographs.