Found in 60 Collections and/or Records:
Oversized graphic, entitled "Affectionate Felicitation: To the Most Virtuous and Religious Sister: Sister Helen of the Holy Cross upon celebrating her Jubily (sic) of fifty years in the Monastery of the English Carmelites at Antwerp, 10/4/1736" 18 1/2" by 33"
Apostolic Brief on Rosary Indulgence/ third part of rosary and in presence of the Blessed Sacrament.
Oversized calendar, Baltimore American Calendar, 1885.
A blueprint representing the "Carmelite Convent according to the architecture of the Order." On reverse: poem:"The Carmelite" composed by "Father Ryan." "I walk down the Valley of Silence, Down the dim voicless valley alone, and I hear not the sound of a footstep Around e, But god's and my own; And the hush of my heart is as holy As hovers where angel have flown." (first verse)
A towel and chart commemorating the American Bicentennial, 1976.
A letter from Sister Marie Celeste, OCD, Reno Carmel, about the portrait of Edith Stein which she did at the request of the Generalate. It was used "in the Jubilee at St. Peter's in Rome." Copies as holy cards were sent with the letter.
Devotional cards: Elizabeth of the Trinity, Anne of St. Bartholomew, Albert, the Martyrs of Guadalajara.
Devotional Cards of Teresa Margaret Redi sent in 1965 from Arezzo, (see CO I, Series 6, Box Eu 2), of a newly discovered picture from an oil painting by Piattoli.
Two items on devotion to souls in Purgatory, one entitled: "Moyen Facile et Charitable" for Souls, printed Louvain, approval of Archbishop of Malines.
Sketch of greeting sent by the Baltimore Carmel on the occasion of the golden jubilee of priestly ordination of James Cardinal Gibbons, 1906.
Poster, commemorating beatification of Dionysius and Redemptus, discalced Carmelities. On silk, oversized.
Death notice of Dame Augustina More, who was prioress of the Augustinian monastery at Bruges and fled with Antwerp Carmel nuns from Low Countries at time of Revolution. She was direct lineal descendant of St. Thomas More.
Drawings of Hoogstraet Monastery, in hand of Mother Bernardina Matthews; done prior to 1790.
Engravings, St John of the Cross, showing scenes from John's life, at his tercentenary, 1891. Oversized.
2nd Floor plan for monastery, drawn by Benedict Fenwick, S.J.
Handpainted poem commemorating 50th Jubilee of Helen of the Cross, in Monastery, Antwerp, October 4, 1736.
Engraving depicting Mary Magdalen de Pazzi, her entombment under altar, Church monastery, Holy Angels, Florence, Italy.
Parchment of graph on Method of Exercising the Three Powers of the Min;d in Meditation according to St. Ignatius, in Spiritual Exercises; with picture of St. Ignatius. Oversized.
Land map of Neale family, depicting land inherited by Charles, Raphael and Leonard Neale. Surveyor: George Fenwick, Surveyor for the city of Washington.
Poem to Reverend Mother Clare Joseph of the Sacred Heart of Jesus: Prioress of the Teresian Nuns of Mt Carmel, MD, 50 Year Jubilee, j1821. Illuminated.
Possibly of Aisquith Street, drawing of plan. Of Port Tobacco or Aisquith Street origin.
Proposed monastery, 1st floor plan, by Benedict Fenwick; note added by Clare Joseph.
Song, written in hand of Clare Joseph, to Fr Charles Neale, SJ., as Founder. To tune, Mt Vernon. Illuminated.
Song to Charles Neale, SJ, on his Jubilee feast, celebrated on February 15, 1813. To tune: the Seasons. Illuminated.
Song, in hand of Clare Joseph, to Subprioress, S Aloysia Matthews on her Half Jubilee, to tune Washington. Illumined.
Parchment Hanging that illustrates the theological history in miniature, through pontificate of Leo XII (d 1829).
Posters commemorating Teresa's status as Seraphic Doctor of Salamanca through novenas or other celebrations, one dated 1894. Writing by Leon Prioress detailing materials to be sent (candles). Oversized.
Historical Chart of the Evangelization of the World. Clergy and lay brothers listed.