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Historical narratives, 1921-1987.

Author: Maryknoll Sisters.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Materials pertain to the history of the Maryknoll Sisters in various countries, their work, and the political, social, and cultural conditions they encountered. Included are narratives written by individual Sisters, reports, maps, letters, newsletters, addresses, clippings, articles, programs, brochures, booklets, press releases, minutes, research papers, photographs, and proceedings. Also includes material on the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Maps
Photoprints
Interviews
Named Person: Maura Clarke; Ita Ford; Dorothy Kazel; Jean Donovan
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Maryknoll Sisters.
OCLC Number: 155539200
Description: ca. 70 linear ft.

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Materials pertain to the history of the Maryknoll Sisters in various countries, their work, and the political, social, and cultural conditions they encountered. Included are narratives written by individual Sisters, reports, maps, letters, newsletters, addresses, clippings, articles, programs, brochures, booklets, press releases, minutes, research papers, photographs, and proceedings. Also includes material on the murders of four churchwomen in El Salvador in 1980 (Maura Clarke and Ita Ford, Maryknoll Sisters, Dorothy Kazel, an Ursuline Sister, and Jean Donovan, layworker) consisting of clippings, press releases, interviews, reports, programs from memorial services, and photocopies of letters of Maura Clarke, 1955-1978, and Ita Ford, 1961-1980, most of which concerns their lives in Central America.

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