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Mother Mary Joseph Rogers collection, 1849-1985,

Author: Jeanne Marie, Sister; Maryknoll Sisters.
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
Database:WorldCat
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Papers of Mother Mary Joseph include meditations, talks, and conferences; administrative letters to individual houses, 1921-1955; personal and official correspondence, 1906-1955, with Fr. James A. Walsh, Mother Mary Columba Tarpey, Sister Fidelia Delaney, Fr. Francis X. Ford, Mother Alphonsa Lathrop, individual Maryknoll Sisters, other Maryknoll Fathers, and many others; letters and papers from her attendance at  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Scrapbooks
Photoprints
Genealogies
Named Person: Mary Joseph, Mother; James Anthony Walsh; Mary Columba Tarpey, Mother.; Fidelia Delaney, Sister.; Francis Xavier Ford; Alphonsa Lathrop, Mother.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jeanne Marie, Sister; Maryknoll Sisters.
OCLC Number: 155539305
Description: 45 linear ft.

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Papers of Mother Mary Joseph include meditations, talks, and conferences; administrative letters to individual houses, 1921-1955; personal and official correspondence, 1906-1955, with Fr. James A. Walsh, Mother Mary Columba Tarpey, Sister Fidelia Delaney, Fr. Francis X. Ford, Mother Alphonsa Lathrop, individual Maryknoll Sisters, other Maryknoll Fathers, and many others; letters and papers from her attendance at Smith College, 1901-1905, and alumni affairs; and biographical and genealogical material on Mother Mary Joseph and the Rogers family, 1849-1985. Other materials include papers collected by Sister Jeanne Marie Lyons for her biography of Mary Joseph, MARYKNOLL'S FIRST LADY (Dodd, Mead & Company, 1964), consisting of interviews with family, friends, and Maryknoll Sisters, 1955-1958, Lyons' correspondence about Mother Mary Joseph's life and her biography, 1956-1960, notes on text, and reviews and correspondence about the book, 1964; letters and other papers concerning the six earliest Teresians, 1912-1920, the community of lay women working with Fr. James A. Walsh on his missionary publication THE FIELD AFAR from whom the first Maryknoll Sisters were drawn, including Fr. Walsh's notes of instruction; and scrapbooks and photographs concerning Mother Mary Joseph's life.

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