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Box: 20 Fold: 7 St. John's Church/Cemetery [Frederick] [59 A-B4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1792]? - [12/31/1917]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 A-B4] consists essentially of material pertaining to St. John's Church and Cemetery in Frederick, Maryland. Items of interest include: Document (1834) appointing Peter Kenny, S.J., as guardian of Enoch Lewis Lowe; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (59 A.1)-Act to relieve Adelaide V. Lowe (1822)]; Agreement (1870) between Superior of the Novitiate and Thomas Flanagan; Letter (May 4, 1866) of receipt for payment of organ for St. John's Church [Frederick]; Promissory note (1847) of Thomas Lilly, S.J.; List of names of Georgetown College faculty (1792-1819); Two lists of Novitiate Cemetery dead: 1) non-Jesuit and 2) Jesuit; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (59 B.3) -Map and names of deceased buried in Frederick Cemetery]; List of bodies removed from Middletown to St. John's Cemetery (1894); Letter (Nov. 5, 1918) to Joseph Zwinge, S.J., concerning money sent towards care of relocated Jesuit graves; Contract (1910) between Joseph Zwinge, S.J., and C.W. Wickless, Superintendent of St. John's Cemetery; List of relatives belonging to Dr. F.F. Smith; Newsclipping (1910) concerns St. John's Cemetery; Receipts (1909-12, 1914, 1915, 1917) of payment from C.A. Wickless to Fr. Zwinge for care of Jesuit graves; Various letters and notes (1903-1916) between Fr. Zwinge and C.A. Wickless concern the Jesuits buried in St. John's Cemetery

Box: 20 Fold: 8 St. John's Church/Cemetery-Varia [59 C1-F2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1873]? - [12/31/1901]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 C1-F2] consists of varia (1873-1901) pertaining to St. John's Cemetery and Church in Frederick. Items of interest include: List (1894) bodies removed from Middletown to St. John's Cemetery; Letter (no date) authorizes removal of Chief Justice Roger B. Taney's grave from Novitiate to church cemetery; Receipt (1889) from estate of Miss McMullan; Letter (Oct. 16, 1873) from W.M. Dunn to J.B. Motley, attorney for C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 24, 1875) of James McSherry; Articles of agreement (1891) between John B. Gaffney, S.J., and Samuel S. Thomas; Articles of Agreement [for three year contract (1892-95)] between John H. O'Rourke, S.J., and Samuel S. Thomas; Rental agreement (1894) for Groff Park; Indenture (1901) between Edwin Devilbiss and St. John's Literary Institute; Receipt (1901) for rental payment.

Box: 20 Fold: 9 St. John's Church/Novitiate [59 P1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1822]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 P1-3] consists of financial papers pertaining to the Novitiate and to St. John's Church in Frederick. Items of interest include: Financial statement (1843) for the Novitiate signed by John McElroy, S.J.; Donations (1828-1844) to St. John's Literary Institute; Receipts (1822-1844) of St. John's Church; Subscriptions (1839) to finish St. John's Church.

Box: 20 Fold: 10 Novitiate [Frederick]-Varia-(1835-1903) [59 R1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1835]? - [12/31/1903]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 R1-3] consists of varia (1835-1903) pertaining to the Novitiate in Frederick. Items include: "Sketch of an Article on the Novitiate- Frederick, Maryland made by Brother Martin Whelan, S.J. [Prior to the Departure of the Novitiate Community from Frederick-January, 1903]"; The Deaf and Dumb Mission-A Sketch of Missionary Work done at the Maryland Institution-Frederick, Md.; History of Saint Francis Xavier Mission in Shookstown, Md., by Brother J.L. McGovern; Personae in Domo (Jul. 1835); Exemplar instrumenti a Joanne Voors obsignati (1844); Letters to C.C. Lancaster, S.J., from Fathers Paresce [7 in number (1853-57)], McDonough [3 in number (1866-68)], Ward [1 in number (1870)], O'Callaghan [7 in number (1865-66)] and Gaffney [2 in number (no date)].

Box: 20 Fold: 11 St. John's Literary Institute-Varia [59 S0-6]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1825]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 S0-6] consists of varia (1825-44) pertaining essentially to St. John's Literary Institute in Frederick. Items of interest include: Flyer for St. John's Female Boarding School, Frederick, Maryland contains regulations for boarders and terms; An Act of the Legislature (1825) to appropriate part of school fund of Frederick County for Free Female School; Address (Nov. 1829) delivered at opening of St. John's Literary Institution; Petitions of Protestants (1844) against giving $400 to the Literary Institute; Two letters (Jan. 19/Feb. 23, 1833) pertains to the said sum of $400; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (54 S4)-St. John's Literary Institute Report of Visitors (1833)]; Commencement Exercise programs (1841-1842); Two certificates of merit (1843) contain fine plates of St. John's Church and Institute.

Box: 20 Fold: 12 Tulli Pheboian Society-Journals [59 S7-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1835]? - [12/31/1849]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 S7-9] consists of journals (1835-1849) of the Tulli Pheboian Society of St. John's Literary Institute in Frederick. Items include: Bylaws (1835-1849) for Active and Honorary Members; Journal of Proceedings (1842-1848); Journal (1845).

Box: 20 Fold: 13 St. John's Church-Varia-(1809-1874) [59 T1-7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1809]? - [12/31/1874]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 T1-7] consists of varia pertaining to St. John's Church in Frederick. Items include: History of St. John's Cburch (1834-1845) by John McElroy, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 21, 1809) of Bishop Leonard Neale appointing Francis Maleve, S.J., as pastor; Letter (Dec. 2, 1811) from Bishop John Carroll names all the missions dependent upon Frederick; Discourse (1846) on the Right Revd. Benedict J. Fenwick [Bishop of Boston]; Confraternity of the Most Holy and Immaculate Heart of Mary-Ticket of Admission (1848); Three letters (1871-1874) pertaining to insurance on the church includes one (Jan. 13, 1871) from Martin John Spalding, Archbishop of Baltimore; Extract of Will (1819) of Thomas S. Lee.

Box: 21 Fold: 1 St. John's Novitiate/Literary Academy [59 W1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1841]? - [12/31/1903]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 W1-3] consists of varia (1841-1903) pertaining to St. John's Literary Institute and the Novitiate Academy in Frederick. Items include: Book of Bylaws and Minutes (1876-1891, 1903) of the Novitiate Academy; Novitiate Academy Charter (1876); Act of Incorporation (1841); The Act of Incorporation of St. John's Literary Institute-the Bylaws, Regulations of the Corporation with Minutes of the Proceedings (1845); An Act to Incorporate St. John's Literary Institution (1841).

Box: 21 Fold: 2 St. John's Catholic Cemetery Company [59 W3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1876]? - [12/31/1892]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 W3] consists of material pertaining to the Saint John's Catholic Cemetery Company. Items of interest include: Book of Bylaws and Minutes (1876-1892); Charter (1876); Copy of an Ordinance relating to; Laws for the Administration of Saint John's Catholic Cemetery Company.

Box: 21 Fold: 3 Frederick-Indentures and Deeds [59 Z]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1779]? - [12/31/1882]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 Z] consists of Frederick County, Maryland indentures and property deeds (1779-1882). Items include: Deed of Sam Lilly, S.J., to Francis Neale, S.J.; Last Will and Testament (1812) of Samuel Lilly; Notes of titles; Indenture (1835) between the Sisters of Charity [of St. Joseph's Parish in Frederick County] and Anthony Kohlmann, S.J.; Indenture (1779) between Benjamin Aglo, Jr., and James Walton; Indenture (1798) between Thomas Beatty and Samuel Lilly; Indenture (1800) between Alexander C. Hanson and Samuel Lilly; Indenture (1834) between Sarah Goldsborough and Edward A. Lynch; Indenture (1843) between John McElroy, S.J., and St. John's Literary Institute; Indenture (1792) between Richard Potts and Harry M. Cleery; Deed (1876) of James A. Ward to St. John's Catholic Cemetery Company; Indenture (1841) between William and Eleanor McCleery and John McElroy, S.J.; Deed (1878) of James Curley, S.J., and Charles H. Stonestreet, S.J.; Indenture (1815) between George Miller, Elizabeth Mantz, John Miller, William and Catherine Baker and Francis Neale, S.J.; Indenture (1780) between Ann Ghiselin and James Walton, S.J.; Indenture (1805) between Baker Johnson and William Adams; Indenture (1811) between Samuel Lilly and Francis Neale; Deed (1882) of St. John's Literary Institute to the Novitiate Academy; Deed (1858) by Thomas Mulledy, S.J. to St. John's Literary Academy; Indenture (1851) between John Pittford and St. John's Literary Institute; Indenture (1809) between William Addams and Peter Kemp; Certificate Copy (1800) pertaining to Lot 24; Indenture (1795) between John Cronise and Samuel Lilly; Indenture (1804) between John Usher Charlton and William Goldsborough; Indenture (1816) between Benjamin Aglo and Francis Neale; Plat of courses and distances (1837) of a property at the east end of Frederick [surveyed for John McElroy]; Plat of Novitiate land; Deed (1810) from Peter Kemp to Francis Neale.

Box: 21 Fold: 4 Novitiate Academy/St. John's Literary Instit. [59 Z1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1902]? - [12/31/1903]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 Z1-3] consists of various documents pertaining to the Novitiate Academy and St. John's Literary Institute in Frederick. Items include: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (59 Z1] Map of Frederick Property]; Agreement (1902), and copy thereof, between James [Cardinal] Gibbons and Rev. John H. O'Rourke, S.J.; Assessment of the Novitiate Property; Debt Settlement papers (1902) for St. John's Literary Institute and the Novitiate Academy; Release papers (1902) for St. John's Literary Institute; Papers for the Sale of Novitiate (1903).

Box: 21 Fold: 5 Lowe Family-Financial Papers-Varia [59 Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1835]? - [12/31/1899]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [59 Z4] consists of varia [receipts, cancelled checks, etc (1835-1899)] which concern financial matters pertaining to the Lowe Family.

Box: 21 Fold: 6 Woodstock College Construction Contracts [61 A1-10]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1866]? - [12/31/1869]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 A1-10] consists of contracts and agreements (1866-1869) pertaining to the construction of Woodstock College. Items include: Specification for the excavation, stone masonry and brickwork for the seminary building; Agreement (1868) with James Conley for plastering; Agreement (1866) with Samuel Powell to act as construction supervisor; Proposition and agreement for the state (1868); Contract (1866) with Daniel Donnelly, brickmaker; Contract (1868) for lumber materials; Supplies invoice; Receipt for supplies (1867); Agreement (1869) for design of bedstead, chairs, washstands and desks; Agreement (1868) with Bishop and Co.

Box: 21 Fold: 7 Woodstock College-Varia-(1861-1920) [61 H1-M13]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1861]? - [12/31/1920]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 H-M13] consists of varia (1861-1920) pertaining essentially to Woodstock College. Items include: Theses ex Ethica et Theodicea (1861); Theses ex Ontologia (1861); Theses ex Metaphysica Speciali; Theses ex Newsclipping (1907) concerns the arrival of John Murphy Farley, Archbishop of New York (1901); Corresp. (Mar. 1883) from Joseph E. Keller, S.J.; Advertisement leaflet for and book review "Compendium theologiae moralis" by A. Sabetti, S J.; Invitation (1919) to Golden Jubilee Celebration of Woodstock; Letter to the Alumni (1911) from Joseph F. Hanselman, S.J.; Letter (Mar. 19, 1917) from James F.X. Mulvaney, S.J.; Five letters (1908-1915) from Joseph F. Hanselman, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Regulations for payment of expenses at Woodstock and St. Andrews; Letters (Dec. 8/20, 1908) from W.F. Clark, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (July 9, 1875) from James Perron, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Woodstock for Sale Evaluation (1910); Letter (Sept. 8, 1910) from John P. Langan, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Note (Jan. 12, 1911) concerns fire damage in tailor shop located in the "White House"; List of Villa expenses (1921); Letter (Jan. 5, 1910) from Joseph M. Woods, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (June 5, 1920) from Henry M. Brock, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.

Box: 21 Fold: 8 Woodstock College-Varia [61 N1-Q5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1867]? - [12/31/1916]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 N1-Q5] consists of varia (1867-1916), essentially correspondence pertaining to the financial condition of Woodstock College. Items include: Letter (Feb. 10, 1880) from Thomas W. Hayes, S.J., to Rev. A. Weld concerns infeasibility of additions to Woodstock College; Letter (May 18, 1881) from Rev. A. Weld to Fr. Hayes; Letter (Dec. 28, 1881) from R.W. Brady, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J. also contains note at bottom of page from Charles H. Heichemer, S.J., to Fr. Hayes; Letter (1881) from Patrick H. Toner, S.J., to Fr. Hayes; Letter (July 28, 1882) from Robert Fulton, S.J., to Father Hayes; 13 Letters (1881-1882) from Edward Boursaud, S.J., to Father Hayes; Letter (Sept. 9, 1916) from Joseph Hanselman, S.J., to Father Zwinge; Newsclipping concerning old Will; Papers and receipts relating to the insurance policy assigned to Woodstock College (settled 1902); Agreement between Timothy Riordaon and Woodstock College (1897); General Power of Attorney from Harmar C. Denny to Father Zwinge; Letter (Mar. 7, 1867) from C.C. Lancaster, S.J., to Col. Bowie concerns Woodstock College Charter; Five copies of Exhortation at the Opening of the Scholasticate at Woodstock (Sept. 23, 1869); Letter (Feb. 19, 1867) from C.C. Lancaster concerning loan for Woostock; Copy of inscription (1885) on cornerstone of the new church-Church of the Holy Ghost.

Box: 21 Fold: 9 Woodstock College-Varia [61 R1-T2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1866]? - [12/31/1890]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 R1-T2] consists of varia (1866-90) pertaining to Woodstock College. Items include: [OVERSIZE Box 4: (61 R1-2; 61 S1, 3-4; 61 T2). These items include: Plan of Farm; diagrams of buildings (1890); Plat of Brice's Share and East Lothiaso; Plat and Survey of land belonging to Edward Green; Plat of Green's Farm and Blunt's Farm; Plat and Survey of Fox quarry as sold to J.J. Evans (1881)]; Woodstock College Grounds and Vicinity (1872); Receipt of Expenses on new farm at Woodstock (1881); Bill (1881) for legal services of James B. Green, Esq.; Cockey's part sold to Woodstock attached to Letter (Apr. 12, 1866) from Edward Herbert to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Receipt of services of Charles B. McClean for survey plat; Record of land tracts bought and sold.

Box: 21 Fold: 10 Woodstock College-Varia-(1833-1881) [61 V1-Z4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1833]? - [12/31/1881]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 V1-Z4] consists of varia (essentially deeds) pertaining to Woodstock College. Items include: Letter (Mar. 25, 1867) from S.R. Powell to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Deed (Mar. 13, 1844)-Caleb Ownig et alii to Edward Green; Several deeds pertaining to Thomas A. Whelan in conjunction with other parties; Note (1881) on land tract purchased by Thomas A. Whelan at auction; Deed (1833)-Alex. Walters et alii to Comfort Worthington; Deed (1866)-Samuel H. Tagart et al. to Angelus M. Paresce et al.; Deed (1868)-Angelus Paresce et al. to Woodstock College; Receipt (1866) from Joshua F. Cockey to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.

Box: 21 Fold: 11 Diamond Jubilee Brochures [61 Z5-7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1944]? - [12/31/1951]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [61 Z5-7] consists essentially of brochures and pamphlets pertaining to the Diamond Jubilee of Woodstock College (1944) and Holy Family Church in Randallstown, Maryland (1951). Also included is a liturgy pamphlet of the Closing Mass on Pentecost (May 18, 1975) which contains a list of the Woodstock Faculty and superiors of the Woodstock Jesuit Communities (1969-1975).

Box: 21 Fold: 12 Financial Record Books [63 A1-3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1843]? - [12/31/1856]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 A1-3] consists of financial record books. Items include: Receipt book (1843) belonging to Fr. Sourin; Expense book for Sanctuary of the Immaculate Conception Chapel (1855); Subscription book for Immaculate Conception Chapel decoration (1855).

Box: 21 Fold: 13 St. Joseph's Church/College-Varia [63 B1-H4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1864]? - [12/31/1921]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 B1-H4] consists of varia (1864-1921) pertaining essentially to St. Joseph's Church and College. Items include: Letter (Oct. 3, 1864) from George Cragg and Brother; Letter (Oct. 24, 1864) from William F. Cook to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 8, 1867) from M. O'Connor, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Aug. 21, 1868) from J. O'Connor to C.C. Lancaster; Thank you letter from American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia to James P. Neale, S.J.; Letter (Feb. 15, 1909) from John Spellissy to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Program for Founders Week at St. Joseph's College (1908); Sample of report card and merit certificate; Invitation to commencement exercises [1905, 1909 and 1921]; Note concerns boarding fees for John McElroy, S.J.; Letter (Dec. 20, 1905) from Cornelius Gillespie, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Centennial Discourse (July 4, 1876)-St. Joseph's Church delivered by William F. Clarke, S.J.; Circular (1915) requesting financial aid for St. Joseph's Church; Letter and document from Francis J. Lamb, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Sept. 12, 1915) from Francis J. lamb, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Minutes of a special meeting (July 13, 1915); Notice of the special meeting (July 4, 1915) signed by Francis J. Lamb, S.J.; Letter (Feb. 5, 1916) from Fr. Lamb to Fr. Zwinge.

Box: 22 Fold: 1 Philadelphia-Varia-(1865-1909) [63 K1-M4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1865]? - [12/31/1909]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 K1-M4] consists of varia (1865-1909), much of which pertains to certain members of the Drexel Family. Items include: Letter (May 10, 1865) from J.P. Neale, S.J.; Letter (Nov. 1865) from Peter Blenkinsop, S.J.; Letters (Dec. 10, 1865/Mar. 2, 1866) from Joseph Lilly, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Letter (Jan. 18, 1867) from Fr. Blenkinsop; Letter (Jul. 11, 1907) from John M. Campbell, Esq. to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 8, 1909) from Samuel Cahill, S.J., to Joseph F. Hanselman, S.J.; Letter (Jul. 9, 1909) from Joseph Zwinge, S.J., to Joseph F. Hanselman, S.J.; Will of Francis A. Drexel (1885); Letter (Nov. 26, 1908) from James Fitzpatrick, Esq. to Fr. Zwinge; Two letters (1909) from Mother Katherine Drexel; Letters (Jan. 27/May 18, 1909) concerns establishment of Negro mission by Katherine M. Drexel; Copy of contract agreement (1909) between Katherine Drexel and the St. Ignatius Religious and Missionary Society of Pennsylvania; Letter envelope (postmarked 1908) contains brief history of Mother Katherine's attempt to establish a Negro mission; Application for a charter for the St. Ignatius Religious and Missionary Society of Pennsylvania (1908); Letter (July 3, 1909) from Abraham J. Emerick, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Aug. 28, 1908) from Fr. Hanselman to Fr. Zwinge.



Box: 22 Fold: 2 Philadelphia-Varia-(1811-1906) [63 N1-Q4]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1811]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 N1-Q4] consists of varia (1811-1906) pertaining to St. Joseph's Church and College as well as St. John's Church in Philadelphia. Items include: Insurance Papers on St. Joseph's Church rectory [Pastor's House (1839)]; St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church et al. vs. Anthony Conwell et al. [Suit in Equity (1903)- St. Joseph's Church Burial Ground on 8th Street]; Letter (June 1, 1906) concerns sale of St. Joseph's Burial Ground and problems arising from its sale; Newsclipping (1905) concerns sale of burial ground; Typescript copy of Survey of Michael Egan in Trust for the Rev. Francis Neale (1811); Copy of Agreement between the Bishop of Philadelphia and the Provincial of Maryland regarding St. John's Church and the House on Filbert Street (1855?); History of St. John's Church and St. Joseph's College [English and Latin]; Quaestiones Diocesanae de Statu Ecclesarium (1855); Reasons why we should not remain at St. John's; Letter to Fr. Ward urging the stay at St. John's Church.

Box: 22 Fold: 3 St. Joseph's College-Varia-(1839-1906) [63 R1-S5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1839]? - [12/31/1906]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 R1-S5] consists of varia (1839-1906) pertaining to St. Joseph's College. Items include: An Act to Incorporate the Saint Joseph's College in the City of Philadelphia (1852); Diary of St. Joseph's College (Aug. 1852-Apr. 1860); Balance sheet of accounts between the former and present St. Joseph's College (1855-56); Annual statement [Fructus spiritualis (1853-54)]; Perpetual (insurance) policy issued 1898; Letter (Jan. 20, 1865) from Peter Blenkinsop, S.J.; Copy of deed-St. Joseph's Church (Willings Alley) to St. Joseph's College (1852); Copy of deed-Rev. Thomas Mulledy of Frederick to St. Joseph's College (1852); [OVERSIZE Box 4: (63 S2) Map (1906) of present church property. Also historical map of all property between Walnut Street and Willings Alley]; Letter (Sept. 21, 1866) from Fr. Blenkinsop; Receipt (1866) for sale of bonds with Drexel and Co; The Conditions upon which the pews in St. Joseph's are to be rented (1839).

Box: 22 Fold: 4 St. Joseph's Church-Legal Documents [63 W1-Z3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1807]? - [12/31/1882]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 W1-Z3] consists essentially of legal documents [deeds and correspondence regarding (1807-1882)] pertaining to St. Joseph's Church in Philadelphia. Items include: Decree (1841) by Francis P. Kenrick, Bishop of Philadelphia to Ignatius Combs, S.J.; Note (c. 1841) concerns history and property of Jesuits in Philadelphia; Indenture [Deed (1842)] between Peter Havermans, S.J., and Revs. John McElroy, Ignatius Comos and Benjamin A. Young, S.J., is attached to document [certificate] signed by Secretary of State Daniel Webster; List of standing debts of St. Joseph's Residence (1845); Map of St. Joseph's lots (1844) along with suggestions by Joseph Donath addressed to James Ryder, S.J.; Map of Willings's Alley; Note concerns the purchase and sale of the Borie Lots; St. Joseph's Residence Accounts (1845-46) and Fructus spiritualis; [OVERSIZE Box 4: (63 W9)-Large Picture of St. Joseph's Church Sunday School]; Letter (Feb. 19, 1848) of J.M. Smith concerns purchase of the McCall property; Map of St. Joseph's property and property purchased (1848); Note of Rev. Louis DeBarth concerns Willings Alley property; History of Old St. Joseph's Church by Martin Griffin (1882); Two copies-Brief of Titles [title deeds (1820)] to St. Joseph's Church lands; Letter (Mar. 27, 1810) from Michael Egan, Bishop of Philadelphia discusses deeds by Elizabeth Beaker and James B. Smith to Francis Beeston; Brief of Titles [Second set]; List of papers [essentially deeds] in the residence at the old chapel; Memorandum of the papers sent to Fr. Kenny (May 13, 1833); Letters of Attorney (1807) of Robert Molyneux, S.J., to John Rosseter; Bishop Egan's obligation to Fr. Neale (Nov. 6, 1812).

Box: 22 Fold: 5 St. Mary's/St. Joseph's Church-Varia [63 Z4-Z15]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1787]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63 Z4-Z15] consists of varia (1787-1844) pertaining to St. Mary's and St. Joseph's Churches. Items include: Note concerns encroachment of the trustees of St. Mary's on St. Joseph's church property; 3 copies of pamphlet fragment (1826) contain brief history of St. Mary's Church, copies of last wills of Robert Harding, John Lewis and Robert Molyneux, S.J., as well as a deed of Francis Neale, S.J., (1825) to Henry Conwell, Bishop of Philadelphia; Blank copy of indenture [deed of easement (1844)] to the trustees of St. Mary's Church; List of real estate held by St. Mary's Church; Arbitration [copy (1787)] between St. Joseph's Church and the Quakers concerning alley on Walnut Street; Letters of Attorney (1809) by Francis Neale, S.J., to Bishop Michael Egan to receive rents; Letter (Apr. 8, 1814) from Bishop Egan to Fr. Neale; Pamphlet contains decision of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court in the case of the proposed alteration of St. Mary's Church charter by the Hoganites (182?); Letter (Apr. 11, 1832) of Francis Dzierozynski, S.J., to Fr. Neale; Journal (1833-34) of Stephen Dubuisson, S.J.; A Catalogue of Sacred Vessels and Vestments belonging to St. Joseph's Church (1835); Original (1813) and photostatic copies of letters and papers pertaining to the Hogan schism at St. Mary's.

Box: 22 Fold: 6 Adolph Borie-Legal Documents [63a P1-2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1839]? - [12/31/1845]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a P1-2] consists of legal documents pertaining to Adolph Borie. Items include: Four certificates of judgement (1845) pertaining to Adolph E. Borie; Enquiry after mortgages against A. Borie; Five sets of Mortgage papers-Adolph Borie to John Bohlen and Edward Hagedorn (Satisfied 1845) and certificates of satisfaction.



Box: 22 Fold: 7 Borie Lots-Legal Documents
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1794]? - [12/31/1846]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a P3-6] consists of legal documents pertaining to the Borie lots. Items include: Agreement (1794) between George Meade and Thomas Ketland, Jr.; Letter (Feb. 18, 1845) from Mary Bohlen to Thomas Lilly, S.J.; Receipt (1845) by A.E. Borie to Thomas Lilly, S.J.; Bond warrant and mortgage of Thomas Lilly to Adolph Borie (satisfied 1846);

Box: 22 Fold: 8 Legal Documents-(1790-1844) [63a R]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1790]? - [12/31/1844]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a R] consists of legal documents (1790-1844). Items include: searches for mortgages, receipts, correspondence pertaining to deeds and real property as well as other various papers pertaining to legal and financial matters.

Box: 22 Fold: 9 Legal Documents-(1802-30) [63a R1-T1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1802]? - [12/31/1830]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a R1-3] consists of various legal documents (1802-30). Items include: Deed of Thomas Ketland and Wife to Bohl Bohlen and John Bohlen (1802); Copy of unexecuted [null] indenture (1802) between the aforementioned parties; Deed of Release for Three Ground Rents-William F. Emlen to Bohl Bohlen and John Bohlen (1813); Will of Bohl Bohlen (1830).

Box: 22 Fold: 10 Deeds [63a R4-T1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1799]? - [12/31/1845]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a R4-T1] consists of various deeds. Items include: Deed-John Bohlen and Edward Hagedorn, Executors for Bohl Bohlen decd. and John Bohlen and Wife to Adolph E. Borie (1839); Deed of Release-Charles Fox and Others to Adolph Borie (1845); Deed of Exchange between John Ashley and Thomas Ketland (1800); Release of Mortgage-Peter McCall to John Bohlen and Others (1839); Deed-William Tilghman by his Attorney George Meade to Thomas Ketland, Jr. (1799).

Box: 22 Fold: 11 Legal Documents-(1760-1853) [63a W1-5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1760]? - [12/31/1853]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a W1-5] consists of legal documents [essentially deeds (1760-1853)]. Items include: Plan of 4 contiguous lots and Brief of Title to four lots of ground conveyed as one lot by A.E. Borie to Thomas Lilly (1853); Deed-Thomas Shoemaker to Samuel Clark (1760); Deed-Thomas Shoemaker to Samuel Clark [Ground rent reserved (1761)]; Deed-Thomas Shoemaker to William Lownes (1761); Deed-Thomas Shoemaker to William Lownes [Ground rent reserved (1761)].

Box: 22 Fold: 12 Legal Documents [63a W6-9]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1761]? - [12/31/1794]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [63a W6-9] consists of deeds. Items include: Deed-Thomas Shoemaker to Joseph Beaks (1761); Deed-Samuel Roberts to Thomas Ketland, Jr.; Deed-Thomas Ketland Jr. and Wife to George Meade (Nov. 1794); Deed and Brief of Title-Thomas Ketland and Wife to George Meade (Sept. 1794).

Box: 22 Fold: 13 Keyser Island-Corresp.-(1895-1904) [69A]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1895]? - [12/31/1904]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [69a] consists of correspondence (1895-1904) pertaining to Keyser Island. Items include: Letter (May 20, 1895) from John Harpes, S.J.; Copy of Letters (May 23, 1896) from F. Cardinal Satolli to A.M. McDonnell, S.J.; Circular to the Rectors (Oct. 13, 1898) concern the possible sale of Keyser Island; Letter (Jan. 16, 1899) from E.I. Purbric, S.J., concerns sale of island; Six letters (1904) from T.J. Gannon, S.J., are addressed to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.

Box: 22 Fold: 14 Boston College-Library Corresp. [70a]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1883]? - [12/31/1884]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70a] consists of correspondence to Boston College Library. Items mostly include form letters (1883-84) sent as enclosures along with library designated materials [e.g., books].

Box: 22 Fold: 15 Eliot School Case (1859-60) [70b]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1859]? - [12/31/1860]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70b] consists of three notebooks (1859-60) containing the full account of the Eliot School "Revolution" [Case] from the records of the Trial in the Wall Case. This contains newsclippings.

Box: 22 Fold: 1 Boston College-Varia [70 C1-5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1831]? - [12/31/1890]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 C1-5] consists of varia (1831-90) pertaining to Boston College. Items include: Appointment book (1881-85); Calendar of events (1877-85); Calendar (1864-85); Boston College commencement week activities invitation (1883); Devotional poem to baby Jesus ["Canzoncina a Gesu bambino"] published by Simon Dompieri, S.J., for an Italian congregation in Boston (1866-67); Lecture poster (1887) for Francis Barnum, S.J.; Boston College information listing (1864-90) provides names of faculty as well as student activity participants. Also included are dates and statistics pertaining to the college; Seven letter (1870) from Robert Fulton, S.J., to C.C. Lancaster, S.J.; Notes on the Boston College Teacher's Reference Library; Librarian's Report (1883-84); Letter (Jun. 17, 1885) from John Lane to E.V. Boursaud, S.J.; Lists of Boston city documents, Massachusetts public documents and U.S. public documents; Receipt (1870) from the Province of Maryland to St. Mary's Residence (Boston); U.S. Treasury Department circular (1885) promulgating sections of the revised statutes; Prospectus sociorum provinciae (1831-57); Sodalities informational listings; Invitation (1887) to tea with James V. Neale, S.J.; Undated letter to Mr. Neal.

Box: 22 Fold: 2 "Bona Mors" (Devotional Pamphlet) [70 D.1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1910]? - [12/31/1910]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 D.1] consists of one pamphlet (c. 1910) "Bona Mors, Devotions for a Happy Death" (published by St. Mary's Church, Boston).

Box: 22 Fold: 3 St. Mary's Church [Boston]-Accounts Ledger [70 D.2]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1867]? - [12/31/1868]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 D.2] consists of the following: Accounts Ledger for St. Mary's Church (1867-68). Located on the inside cover of ledger is a separate sheet: Receipts of St. Mary's residence (1867-68).

Box: 22 Fold: 4 Boston College-Debts-(1868) [70 D.3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1868]? - [12/31/1868]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 D.3] consists of one item: List of debts of Boston College (1868).

Box: 22 Fold: 5 Society of Jesus [Boston]-Golden Jubilee [70 D.4]
DATE SPAN: 10/03/1897 - 10/06/1897

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 D.4] consists of a book (1897) celebrating the Golden Jubilee of the Society of Jesus [St. Mary's Church] in Boston (1847-1897).

Box: 22 Fold: 6 Pamphlet re: Jail Lands (Boston) [70 E]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1853]? - [12/31/1853]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 E] consists of a pamphlet (1853) entitled "An Argument for a Catholic Church on the Jail-Lands" by N.I. Bowditch. [OVERSIZE Box 4: Map of old jail lands (1851)].

Box: 22 Fold: 7 Church of the Immaculate Conception-Varia [70 E.1]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1847]? - [12/31/1885]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [70 E.1] consists of varia pertaining to the Church of the Immaculate Conception [Mission Church] in Boston. Items include: letter (June 13, 1885) from William S. Pelletier to Francis Barnum, S.J.; List of Holy Week and Easter Ceremonies at the Church of the Immaculate Conception (1883); List of historical events connected with the Church of the Immaculate Conception (1847-80); Some historical memoranda of the Church of the Immaculate Conception (1885); List contains entries concerning finances as well as dates of importance (1861-74).

Box: 23 Fold: 1 Baghdad-Varia-(1932-34) [71 A,B]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1932]? - [12/31/1934]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [71 A,B] consists of material pertaining to Baghdad, Iraq. Items include: flyer [in arabic] concerns consecration of families to the Sacred Heart; A pamphlet "American Jesuits in the Mission Field" [3 copies]; Program (1934) for Baghdad College Annual Closing Exercises; Program (1934) Baghdad College May Day; Letter (Nov. 5, 1932) from Wilfrid Parsons, S.J., to Francis X. Byrnes, S.J., concerns enclosed State Department Press Release (Nov. 3, 1932).

Box: 23 Fold: 2 Holy Cross College-Varia [71 C]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1846]? - [12/31/1916]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [71 C] consists of varia (1846-1916) pertaining to Holy Cross College. Items include: Two packs of picture post cards (c. 1916) containing campus scenes; Blank certificate of excellence signed by John Early, S.J.; Report card (1846) of John Sullivan, signed by George Fenwick, S.J.; Fragment of financial record (1846); Diary fragment (1850); Letter (May 17, 1854) from Anthony Ciampi, S.J.; Receipt (1853) from James C. Moore for Holy Cross payment by Fr. Steinbacher; Document appointing Fr. Ciampi as the attorney for Georgetown College (1853); College listing of Jesuits (c. 1854); Letter (Apr. 25, 1854) from Henry Chapin; Letter (May 11, 1854) from C. A. Hamilton, college treasurer; Letter (Apr. 5, 1865) from H. Filmer; Three letter (1865-66) from James Clark, S.J.; Two letter (1871) from A.J. Ciampi, S.J.; Commencement invitations (1904/1907); Announcement concerns annual meeting and banquet of alumni (1907); Letter (May 26, 1907) from T.E. Murphy, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Holy Cross College Catalogue (1910-11); Invitation to laying of cornerstone of Beaven Hall; Memorial Day poem (1876); Estimated Expenses for Holy Cross College (Nov. 1918); Student Army Training Corps questionnaire; [MISSING: (71 C)-Newspaper, Mt. St. James prospectus, Holy Cross Sodality Sheet (1846) and Holy Cross map].

Box: 23 Fold: 3 Shadowbrook-Photographs [71 D]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1925]? - [12/31/1925]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [71 D] consists of two packets of photographs (c. 1925) taken of sites in Shadowbrook, Massachusetts. Also included is an advertisement and floor plans.

Box: 23 Fold: 4 Jamaica-Documents/Varia [72 BI]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1895]? - [12/31/1895]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [72 B1] consists of documents relating to Reading Pen and to 26 North Street [Kingston]. Also included are: Resume of the American Collection of 1895, the New Scheme for Salaries of Jamaican Fathers by Joseph Zwinge, S.J., Memorandum of Agreement for Salaries, as well as material pertaining to Brown's Town and to The Catholic Opinion.

Box: 23 Fold: 5 Jamaica-Varia-(1900-21) [72 B2-7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1900]? - [12/31/1921]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [72 B2-7] consists of varia [essentially correspondence (1900-21)] pertaining to Jamaica. Items include: A Resume of Letters sent by Bp. Gordon by V. Rev. Fr. General Luis Martin; Jamaica Mission Property Dispute [by Joseph Zwinge, S.J.]; List of properties claimed by Bishop John Collins in Jamaica (1908); Letter (Jul. 17, 1900) from Bishop Gordon; Correspondence/Documents (1907) in Relation to Collection after Earthquake; Decrees, ordinations, etc., relating to Jamaica; Tentative Agreements (1908); Opinions of Consultees-Settlement of Jamaica Dispute; Correspondence after Settlement [satisfaction-dissatisfaction propaganda]; Letter (Sept. 15, 1909) from Joseph Hanselmann, S.J., to Bishop Collins; Invitation to consecration of John J. Collins as Bishop of Antiphellos (1907); Letter (Oct. 15, 1907) concerns Collins' appointment; Miscellaneous papers concern 26 North Street and Reading Pen; Letters (Mar. 20/Mar. 26, 1908) from Thomas Gasson, S.J.; Letter to James McGivney, S.J., from Jeremiah Prendergast, S.J.; Opinion on the Jamaica Questions; Opinion in rebus Jamaica; Letter (June 15, 1920) pertains to bell for cathedral; Arrangement between the Vicariate and Kingston House (Mar. 1921); Receipt (1921) for printing of diplomas for St. George's College [Kingston]; Letter (Aug. 31, 1921) from Joseph M. Kelly, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 8, 1921) from Joseph Rockwell, S.J.; Letter (Sept. 23, 1921) from James Redican, S.J., to Thomas A. Emmet, S.J.

Box: 23 Fold: 6 Jamaica-Varia [72 C1-C7]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1897]? - [12/31/1921]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [72 C1-C7] consists of varia [essentially correspondence (1897-1921)] pertaining to Jamaica. Items include: 15 letters (1900-1915) from J. Harpes, S.J., to Joseph Zwinge, S.J.; 18 letters (1909-1910) from Francis X. Pilliod, S.J., to Fr. Zwinge; Letter (Sept. 13, 1905) from Patrick Mulry, S.J.; Three letters (1907-1908) from W.F. O'Hare, S.J.; Letters (1908/1910) Francis J. Lenahan, S.J.; Picture post card of ruins of Holy Trinity [Jamaica] caused by earthquake sent by Bishop John Collins, S.J.; List of money received from U.S. Jesuits for earthquake relief; Financial statement (1908) from Procurator W.F. O'Hare, S.J.; Account record of John J. Collins, S.J., to the Society of Jesus in Jamaica; Property/deed information concerning Falmouth Residence, Spanish Town Residence and Jamaica Jesuit Property; Three letters (1913) from John J. Collins, S.J.; Post card (1907) commiserates regarding destruction caused by earthquake; Letter (1899) from Bishop Charles Gordon of Jamaica; Letter (Mar. 27, 1911) from W.M. Gregory, S.J.; Letter (May 5, 1914) from Maurice E. Prendergast, S.J., concerns death of Joseph Schmidt, S.J.; Pamphlet-St. Anne's Church [Kingston (Apr. 5-12, 1908)] for the Memorial of the Mission; Several copies of Pastoral Letter [Winchester Park (1910) from Bishop Collins; Pastoral on the Privileges Conferred by the Encyclical Letter of Pope Leo XIII (1897); Letter (Sept. 15, 1921) concerns needs of Jamaica.

Box: 23 Fold: 7 Jamaica-Varia [72 A1-5]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1907]? - [12/31/1912]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [72 A1-5] consists of varia (1907-1912) pertaining to Jamaica. Items include: Five picture post cards of the destruction of Jamaica after earthquake (1907); Snapshot booklet of Jamaica from a R.M.S.P. [The Royal Mail Steam Packet Co.] liner; R.M.S.P. fare schedule; Track chart; List of passengers on the RMS Magdalena (Jan. 25, 1908); Newsclippings concern Kingston earthquake (1907); Picture post card of Fathers Mulry and Zwinge and other priests (1908); St. Vincent De Paul Quarterly (Nov. 1908 issue); Prospectus for St. George's College (1912); Photograph of Alva near Brownstown; Photograph of Holy Trinity Church [Kingston] which was destroyed by the earthquake of 1907.

Box: 23 Fold: 8 St. George's College-(1920-1926) [72]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1920]? - [12/31/1926]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [72] consists of material pertaining to St. George's College. Items include: Prospectus for St. George's College (1920-21); The Blue and White Quarterly Magazine-Diamond Jubilee issue (1926).

Box: 23 Fold: 9 Corporation RCC-Varia-(1799-1910) [90 A1-H3]
DATE SPAN: [01/01/1799]? - [12/31/1910]?

DESCRIPTION: This folder [90 A1-H3] consists of varia [legal documents, correspondence and other items] pertaining to the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergymen (1799-1910)], much of which pertains to the Corporation. Items include: Memorandum on the Fund of the German Missions (1897); Letter (Aug. 22, 1799) from Thomas Nagot, S.S., to Trustees of Clergy; Letter (Aug. 22, 1799) from Fr. Nagot to Trustees of Clergy at St. Thomas; Letter (July 30, 1799) from Thomas Nagot, John Tessier, Antoine Garnier, Ambrose Marechal, P. Babade and Louis W. Dubourg, S.S., to the Trustees of Catholic Clergy [Port Tobacco]; Letter (Aug. 28, 1818) from Fr. Scott to John McElroy, S.J.; Memorandum of some accounts unsettled between the College of Liege and Stonyhurst and Fathers Charles and Francis Neale and through the former with Mr. William Brent; Letter (July 31, 1820) from Edward Scott, S.J., to Anthony Kohlmann, S.J., contains bills paid to Keating by Dr. Carroll's order; Account with Messrs. Wright & Co. Bankers (July 1, 1820); Extract of a letter written by Francis Neale, S.J., (Nov. 19, 1818); Second extract of a letter from Fr. Neale; Papers for the Procurator General on the English Affairs [German Fund]; Letter (Jan. 13, 1897) from Thomas A. Whelan, Esq., has attached the Abstract of Title for St. Inigo's Property, Brittain's Bay or New Town, White Marsh, Saint Thomas and Cedar Point; List of Lands owned by the Society of Jesus; A list of some papers under the names of our places; Blank application to Supreme Court of Kings County, New York, to sell real estate; Certificate concerns the Corporation of Roman Catholic Clergy (1897); Letter (Feb. 18, 1910) from Thomas A. Whelan to Fr. Zwinge; Telegram (Feb. 18, 1910) from T. Whelan to T. Leigh Marriott; A Bill Entitled An Act to give and grant the sanction and consent of the General Assembly of Maryland to sundry deeds to the Corporation of the Roman Catholic Clergymen (1900); Document pertains to deed from Patrick F. Healy to the Corporation (1905).

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