Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Discourse given by Msgr Louis R Stickney at the end of the Canonical Visitation. Praises community for life and spirit: "a garden full of Little Flowers" Mentions Hoboken (MMMagdalen) and Taneytown (Mother Celine). From Mo Seraphim's papers.
Correspondence between Hopkins and MM Magdalen concerning rescripts received by Mo Seraphim and reelections.
Clement Mary discusses business: religious books, missals. News: Mexican Carmels threatened; his visit to Baltimore remembered: "Mother Seraphim was then a little white veiled novice!" Received money sent in 1916, returned by Baltimore PO, 8 years later!
Devotions in Honor of St. Teresa of Jesus, A Souvenir of the Silver Jubilee of Reverend Mother Seraphim of the Holy Spirit, Aug 30, 1924. Compiled for the Tercentenary of her Canonization by Wheeling Carmel. 1922
Laurence Kelly Research: A Southern Maryland Shrine, a booklet published in 1940, the year the Carmelite Nuns celebrated "the sesquicentennial of the introduction of their Order into this country."
Laurence Kelly Research: Correspondence from Mother Seraphim to Rev. Kelly dated April 15, 1935 and May 10,1935, and including an extract from a letter to Emily E. Weems from the Baltimore Carmel, May 15,1935. The correspondence comments on the restoration efforts, mentions "The Pious Guide" which Mother Clare Joseph compiled, and states, "there is not the slightest intention of our Community returning to Port Tobacco.... It is for pious seculars."
Laurence Kelly Research: Mother Seraphim's notes on "The Foundress of Carmel in America," including chronologies for Mother Clare Joseph and Mother Mary Margaret Brent. This manuscript gives three reasons why "Mother Clare Joseph is considered the principle Foundress of the Carmelite Nuns in the United States."
Four photos of Mother Seraphim byrnes, and of her brother, Reverend Francis X. Byrnes, SJ.