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Museum collection, 1659-1980,

Author: Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.)
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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In addition to artifacts, the museum contains archival materials relating to Mother Elizabeth Seton, the Seton family, and the order of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Seton material includes transcriptions and photocopies of Elizabeth Seton correspondence, 1798-1820, with, among others, Rebecca, Cecilia, Richard, and William (both husband and son) Seton, Julia Scott, Eliza Sadler, Elizabeth Boyle,
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Genre/Form: Diaries
Photoprints
Named Person: Elizabeth Ann Seton, Saint; Julia Scott; Eliza Sadler; Rebecca Seton; Cecilia Seton; Richard Bayley Seton; William Seton; William Seton; William Magee Seton; Emily Prince Seton; Mary Bayeux Charlton; Elizabeth Boyle; Antonio Filicchi; John Henry Hobart; John Seton; Richard Charlton; Richard Bayley; Ferdinand Roscoe Jevons; Thomas S Jevons; Robert Seton; James Roosevelt Bayley; William Seton; Samuel Waddington Seton; Isabel Seton; John 1764-1842 Dubois; Mary Jerome Ely; Mary Angela Hughes; John Hughes; Mary Regina Lawless; Mary Rosina Wightman; Mary Rose Dolan; Mary Melita McClancy; Mary Dolores Dunne; Mary Dionysia Howland; Miriam Regina Walsh; Marie Vincentia McKenna; Mary Josephine Taafe; Mary Berchmans Reed; Mary Fuller; Loretto Bernard; Evelyn Schneider; Margaret Dowling; Agnes Connolly; Vincent de Paul, Saint; John Farley; John McCloskey; Catherine Josephine Seton; Augustine McKenna; Francis Spellman; Patrizio Filicchi; Etienne Hall; Seton family.; Filicchi family.
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Sisters of Charity (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 155481813
Reproduction Notes: Photocopies of most of Elizabeth Seton correspondence.
Description: ca. 4 cubic ft.

Abstract:

In addition to artifacts, the museum contains archival materials relating to Mother Elizabeth Seton, the Seton family, and the order of Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul. Seton material includes transcriptions and photocopies of Elizabeth Seton correspondence, 1798-1820, with, among others, Rebecca, Cecilia, Richard, and William (both husband and son) Seton, Julia Scott, Eliza Sadler, Elizabeth Boyle, Antonio Filicchi; diary of Elizabeth Seton's trip to Italy, 1803-1804; notes by Elizabeth Seton on sermons by Rev. John Henry Hobart, ca.1803; notes on theological topics, ca.1804; correspondence of William and Rebecca Seton (children of Elizabeth), 1816, and of Mrs. John Seton to William Seton (father-in-law), 1780-1795; accounts of Seton Co., exporting and importing company, 1766-1786; naval commission of William (son), 1826; portraits, including photographs and other media, of Rev. Richard and Mary Bayeux Charlton (grandparents of Elizabeth Seton), Dr. Richard Bayley, the Filicchi family, Isabel Seton (granddaughter), William and Emily Seton (son and daughter-in-law), Ferdinand Roscoe Jevons (great grandson), 1963, Thomas S. Jevons (grandson), Archbishop Robert Seton (grandson), 1909, Archbishop James Roosevelt Bayley (nephew), William Seton IV (grandson), and Samuel Seton (brother-in-law).

Material relating to Sisters of Charity includes records of Mothers Superior. These include photographs of Elizabeth Boyle, with notebooks of community meditations, 1851-1852; Mary Jerome Ely, with packet of letters, ca.1862; Mary Angela Hughes, as a young woman and in coffin, 1865, with book of instructions given her by her brother Archbishop John Hughes, ca.1860; Mary Regina Lawless, with notebook, 1829; Mary Rosina Wightman; Mary Rose Dolan, 1860, with diary, 1898, and unidentified notebooks, 1876, 1885; Mary Melita McClancy; Mary Dolores Dunne; Mary Josepha Cullen, 1868, 1877; Mary Dionysia Howland; Miriam Regina Walsh; Marie Vincentia McKenna, with locket of portraits of parents; Mary Josephine Taafe, with notebook; Mary Berchmans Reed; Mary Fuller (with Cardinal Spellman, 1960), with notebook, 1959; Loretto Bernard; Evelyn Schneider; Margaret Dowling; and Agnes Connally. Other material includes letter, 1659, and sermon book with notes, by St. Vincent de Paul; constitutions of Daughters of Charity in France, 1718, 1809, and in United States, ca.1812, 1852, 1880, 1933, 1948, including copies with notations by Father John Dubois, Bishop John Hughes, John Cardinal McCloskey; photocopies of correspondence by Mother Catherine Seton to Mother Augustine McKenna, 1862, Robert Seton to Patrizio Filicchi, 1855-1868, Mother Etienne Hall, 1846, Bishop John Dubois, 1832-1837; and miscellaneous notebooks of sisters, ca.1851-1864.

Also, letter of approbation by Archbishop John Hughes, concerning book "Mater Admirabile," 1868; autograph book inscribed to Nellie from Katie, Mt. St. Vincent, 1888; photographs and other graphics of St. Paul's Chapel, N.Y., 1831, Broadway view from St. Paul's, 1835, St. Andrew's Church Yard, Staten Island, Church of St. Mary of the Mountain, St. Joseph's Academy, and tomb of Elizabeth Seton, ca.1960, all in Emmitsburg, Md.

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