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Thu Oct 16 18:00:13 2014 UTClccn-nr950145950.00College history files,0.671.00John, by the grace of God, and the authority of the Holy See, Bishop of Buffalo54038028John_Timonnr 950145953819947Bishop of Buffalo 1797-1867lccn-n79041716Catholic Churchlccn-n80160451Vincentiansnp-bayard, ralph francis$1898Bayard, Ralph Francis1898-lccn-n79139288Catholic ChurchDiocese of Buffalo (N.Y.)lccn-n80055635Riforgiato, Leonard R.1939-lccn-no97070539Castillo, Dennis A.(Dennis Angelo)1958-nc-catholic church$diocese of buffalo n y$diocesan synod$1849Catholic ChurchDiocese of Buffalo (N.Y.).Diocesan Synod1849)lccn-nr99002498Catholic ChurchDiocese of Buffalo (N.Y.).Bishop (1847-1867 : Timon)lccn-no2002064918Deuther, Charles George1842-lccn-n83160714Sisters of LorettoTimon, John1797-1867HistoryPastoral letters and chargesSourcesCatechismsRecords and correspondenceCatholic ChurchTimon, John,TexasVincentiansNew York (State)Indians of North America--MissionsMissionsCatholic Church.--Diocese of Buffalo (N.Y.)New York (State)--BuffaloUnited StatesPolitical scienceIndians of North AmericaNew York (State)--New YorkAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Draft Riot (New York, New York : 1863)DraftSisters of LorettoCatholic Church.--Diocese of Buffalo (N.Y.).--Bishop (1847-1867 : Timon)Canisius CollegeCouncils and synods, DiocesanRosati, Joseph,Catechisms, GermanDaughters of Charity National Health SystemWomen in medicineCatholic universities and collegesMedicineOdin, Jean Marie,Universities and collegesHorton, Alexander,LouisianaFrontier and pioneer lifeNerinckx, Charles,Missions--Societies, etcAfrican AmericansMonasticism and religious orders for womenCatholicsTexas--Nacogdoches CountyJunior collegesNixon, George A.--(George Antonio),Roberts, John S.,BishopsGlennon, John J.--(John Joseph),KentuckyCarondelet, Luis Héctor,--barón de,Austin, Stephen F.--(Stephen Fuller),Hidalgo, Francisco,NursingOtolaryngologyMorgan, James,Old Stone Fort (Nacogdoches, Tex.)179718671848185018531856186218631867187019451975198519992001200620084223244282.747BV2803.N7ocn86654654110210ocn007244157book18620.63Timon, JohnMissions in Western New York, and church history of the Diocese of BuffaloHistory211ocn016122028book18500.92Catholic ChurchSynodus Dioecesana Buffalenis Secunda, habita anno MDCCCXLIX72ocn437848217book18630.63Catholic ChurchJohn by the grace of God, and the authority of the Holy See, Bishop of Buffalo. To the dearly beloved faithful laity of the diocese, health and benediction. Dearly beloved ... we beg of you ... to abstain from all resistance to law, from all riot, from all tumultuous gatherings, from all violence.HistoryPastoral letters and charges31ocn027103799book18631.00Catholic ChurchJohn, by the grace of God, and the authority of the Holy See, Bishop of BuffaloHistoryPastoral letters and chargesSources21ocn044730134book18500.92Catholic ChurchSynodus dioecesana buffalensis secunda, habita anno 184921ocn009930371book18670.47Catholic ChurchAllgemeiner Katechismus der christlichen LehreCatechisms11ocn032298557book18481.00Catholic ChurchRegulations for LentPastoral letters and charges11ocn025516123mix1.00Sisters of LorettoRecordsRecords and correspondenceAnd pictures of bishops Rosati, Timon, Leo Raymond de Neckere, Thaddeus Amat, Michael Domenec, John Mary Odin, and John J. Glennon, and of priests, scenes, and buildings of Perry County, Missouri11ocn023470029mix1.00Ludwigs-VereinRecordsHistoryFive reels of letters from the United States to the Ludwig Mission Society and two reels of the society's magazine, Annalen der Glaubensverbreitung, volumes one through twenty-one (1848-1868), in which many of the letters were published11ocn024960175mix1.00Catholic ChurchCollectionOn microfilm: nineteen reels of diocesan correspondence involving Dubourg, Rosati, Kenrick, and Kain, priests and laymen of the diocese, and many members of the American hierarchy, with records of synod and council meetings; one reel concerning the Sisters of Loretto, mostly material in the 1820s and 1830s; and three reels of historical material collected by Henry van der Sanden (d. 1910), Chancellor of the Archdiocese of St. Louis and diocesan historian11ocn023743432mix1.00Society for the Propagation of the FaithRecordsLetters, 1828-1930, from the United States to the central council at Paris (27 reels of microfilm) arranged by diocese; and letters to and minutes of the central council at Lyons, 1822-1900, arranged chronologically (15 reels of microfilm)11ocn060951607book1863Catholic ChurchJohn, by the grace of God, and the authority of the Holy See, Bishop of Buffalo. : To the dearly beloved faithful laity of the diocese, health and benediction. Dearly beloved ... we beg of you ... to abstain from all resistance to law, from all riot, from all tumultuous gatherings, from all violence. In New York, many misguided men, yet very few we believe, of practical Catholics, have shed blood in the late riotHistoryPastoral letters and charges11ocn026683736mix1.00Souvay, Charles LCollectionAlso correspondence of Bishop Louis William Valentine Dubourg and of Saint Elizabeth Ann Seton; and correspondence between Souvay and Archbishop Robert Seton, Sister Mary Agnes McCann, Joseph Cade, and Peter Guilday of the American Catholic Historical Association, concerning Mother Seton11ocn037029434book18560.10Catholic ChurchKatholischer katechismus, herausgegeben von der Versammlung des Allerheiligsten Erlöfers. Mit Genehmigung des Hochw. Bischofs11ocn174141666bookTimon, JohnJohn Timon lettersLetter, 4 Nov. 1857, to unidentifed man thanking him for advice; letter of introduction, 3 Jan. 1864, on behalf of Wellington Augustus Pierce; and letter to Rev. Daniel Moore, Le Roy, N.Y., 25 Feb. 1866, advising him to arrive in Buffalo on time, and asking him to bring his accounts of baptisms, marriages, and burials2162ocn002292581book19450.66Bayard, Ralph FrancisLone-star vanguard : the Catholic re-occupation of Texas (1838-1848) with four illustrations and end-paper map331ocn062282494book20060.77Riforgiato, Leonard RThe life and times of John Timon (1797-1867) : the first bishop of Buffalo, New YorkHistoryChurch history+-+K894098225102ocn071767777book18700.66Deuther, Charles GThe life and times of the Rt. Rev. John Timon, D.D. : first Roman Catholic bishop of the Diocese of BuffaloBiography31ocn050052626book20010.37Reineck, Karl-HeinzVerformungsverhalten und Tragfähigkeit dünner Stege von Stahlbeton- und Spannbetonträgern mit hoher Betongüte21ocn054644275book0.92Riforgiato, Leonard RLion of God : the life and times of John Timon, C.M., first Bishop of Buffalo11ocn836776216mix0.47VincentiansProvincial records 1835-1846 : Rev. John Timon, C.MArchivesRecords and correspondenceWithin the Original letters series there are two subseries: General correspondence and Subject correspondence. The bulk of the letters in the Subject correspondence are written by members of the Sisters of Loretto community who were establishing schools in Arkansas and Missouri. An index created by an unidentified Vincentian priest or seminarian in Perryville, Missouri (see folder 6) summarized the letters. The summaries indicate that Fr. Timon served as the spiritual advisor for the sisters. Materials includes in the Photocopies and Transcriptions series were collected by Vincentian scholars from other archival repositories11ocn031088083book18531.00Die Angelegenheiten der St. Louis-Kirche zu BuffaloHistoryChurch history11ocn173482539book19990.47Ware, Ann PatrickGlimpses of early Loretto life : 1838-1840HistoryBiographyRecords and correspondence"Because of lack of information many early Sisters of Loretto are somewhat unknown. In fact, the only knowledge we have of many early members are their names, ages, dates of reception and dates of death. Their lives are lost to us. We are fortunate that Ann Patrick Ware, SL, was willing to translate the letters received from the Archives of the Congregation of the Mission and then to share with the Community some of what these letters tell us about the lives of six of our early Sisters."--Pref11ocn023375307mix1.00Bruté de Rémur, Simon William GabrielPapersMicrofilm of correspondence of Simon Gabriel Bruté, first Bishop of Vincennes (1834-1839), both before and after his appointment as bishop, made from documents in various collections held by the University of Notre Dame Archives. Consists mainly of letters handwritten by Bruté, with some printed material and correspondence received by Bruté11ocn039666586mixSisters of Charity Hospital (Buffalo, N.Y.)History FilesHistoryThis record group contains: historical information about the U.S., including information on the Presidents and Congress (healthcare legislation); historical information about New York State, including information about Governors, Legislative branch (health related), N.Y.S. Hospital Association, and N.Y. Catholic Healthcare Council; historical information about Erie County and its officials; historical information about the Vatican, U.S. Church, Diocese of Buffalo, and other dioceses; historical information about the City of Buffalo, including information about city officials, Niagara University-Vincentians, Canisius-Jesuits, and the Daughters of Charity Community; the Sisters of Charity Hospital histories/chronologies, information about the buildings, anniversary celebration, information about various activities (Benefactors, Commemorations, Holiday Celebrations, Retirees Activities, Other); materials from other hospitals; history of the archives, lists of archivists and volunteers, policies and procedures for the archives, a classification scheme, correspondence and subject files from the archives, statistics and reports about the archives, research requests and responses, the archives financial budget, and materials from professional archival organizations (Society of American Archivists (SAA), Mid-Atlantic Regional Archives Conference (MARAC), Lake Ontario Archives Conference (LOAC), Western N.Y. Association of Archivists, Buffalo & Erie County Historical Society, and New York State Archives)11ocn039712840mix0.47Canisius CollegeHistory FilesArchivesThis record group contains history files on Canisius College (1870- ), St. Peter Canisius, Early Jesuits in Buffalo, the neighborhood around the college, Women of Canisius College, and records management at the college11ocn043525552mixTrocaire College (Buffalo, N.Y.)College history filesHistoryIncludes Trocaire College annals (record of daily activities of the college), 1991-present; scrapbooks of newsclippings documenting college history, 1965-present; published histories of the Sisters of Mercy, Bishop Timon and the Diocese of Buffalo, and the history of Trocaire College; real estate records and building plans, ca. 1955-present; proclamations and awards of merit honoring the college, ca. 1967-present; and programs, events planning files, and other materials concerning the college's 25th, 30th, and 35th anniversary celebrations. Also, a scrapbook containing minutes of the Catholic Business Education Association, Buffalo Section11ocn039712815mix0.47Canisius CollegeArchives CollectionArchivesThis collection contains: information about the college archives; historical information about Buffalo, Western New York, and Catholics and Jesuits in the Buffalo area; information about St. Ignatius of Loyola; written histories about the college; board and committee minutes, agendas, and organizational charts; college presidents' records; Treasurer records; Chancellor records; academic affairs records; faculty and faculty organizations information; information about the students, student organizations, and student services; curriculums, degrees, evaluations; business and finance records; fund raising information, alumni, benefactors, and memorials, special event programs, anniversary material, public relation material; scrapbooks; publications generated by the college; information about relations with other schools, exhibits, museums or collections of special items, music, programs, lectures and special guests, seismology, urban involvement, and outside organizations meeting at Canisius College; communications from Holy See (Rome), communications from the Bishop and Chancery, documents regarding Canisius College as Unit of Campus Parish, baptism, marriages, etc. records, liturgical directions, other parochial directives, letters, etc., and diocesan newspapers; and the Society of Jesus & Jesuit Community information11ocn039664720mixSisters of Charity Hospital (Buffalo, N.Y.)Archives CollectionHistoryThis collection contains: material regarding the Daughters of Charity; brochures regarding the Daughters of Charity National Health System; material relating the original hospitals run by the Daughters of Charity: Sisters Hospital, St. Mary's Infant Asylum and Maternity Hospital, Providence Retreat, Emergency Hospital, and St. Louise de Marillac Maternity Hospital; Charter; minutes; membership lists; legal documents; material relating to Sisters Hospital satellites (Sisters Hospital Amherst Center, St. Louise Health Center, St. Vincent's Health Center, Methadone STAR); records of the governing boards; records from various departments within the hospital; School of Nursing records; plans and architectural drawings; newspaper clippings; scrapbooks; publications; newsletters; booklets; chronologies of the hospital; photographs; slides; audio cassettes; video cassettes; and reel-to-reel film. There are blueprints that show how the city's rapid transit system and Humbolt Parkway could have affected Sisters Hospital had protests not prevented the change11ocn031088071book18531.00VeritasReply to Mr. Babcock's speechIn response to a speech by George R. Babcock in the Senate of the state of New York, June 24, 1853, in which Mr. Babcock disputed the consecration of St. Louis Church (a German Catholic congregation in Buffalo) by Bishop John Timon and questioned the ownership of Catholic Church property in the state11ocn310557148bookRobert Bruce Blake Research Collection in 75 volumes : historical miscellanyHistoryCensusRegistersWills11ocn071269646book19450.66Bayard, RalphLone-star vanguard : the Catholic re-occupation of Texas (1838-1848)+-+K894098225Thu Oct 16 15:23:28 EDT 2014batch22527