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Subject Source: Local sources

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Annals: History of beginnings, inventory, 1827-1856

 File — Box 2: Series Series 2, Folder: 3
Identifier: GAMMS.3.16.749
Scope and Contents Notebook; lists items brought by Charles Neale: Monstrance, 2 small chalices, pixes, holy oil, clock, medicine case. Sent from Havanna (sic), chalice, image of BVM, silver flower; items given by Bishop Carroll; donors Lists 5 as appointed for school: Delphina, Teresa, Stanny, Isabella, Gertrude; opened 10/3/1831; painful duty";1832, furnace to warm choir, school room, and dormitories; 1837, pontifical mass; dined in school room; Fair, receipts,$3,216. Riot, 1839, role;Gildea, Eccleston,...
Dates: 1674-1990; Majority of material found in 1800-1990

Paper: The Carmelite Nuns of Balt. and the Education of Young Ladies

 File — Box 6: Series Series 4, Folder: 29
Identifier: GAMMS.3.28.1131
Scope and Contents A paper written by Robin Stratton in 1989 entitled, "The Carmelite Nuns of Baltimore and the Education of Young Ladies--1831-1851" researching the history of the Carmelite Academy, and an article in "The CarmelLight" entitled, "From Carmel to Each of Us: A Moment in Carmelite History," Feb, 1989, also written by Robin Stratton giving a brief history of the school and requesting information on students who attended the school, (the article includes a list of students known to have attended...
Dates: 1674-1990; Majority of material found in 1800-1990

Paris: S Teresa of Jesus, n.d.

 File — Box 3: Series Series 3, Folder: 59a
Identifier: GAMMS.1.3.2213
Scope and Contents

S Teresa of Jesus writes from Paris. They received a visit from an American missionary (possibly L. Deluol, SS). They are happy to hear that "Teresa's daughters are in America." They themselves are in their old monastery once again; and in their habits. Theirs is the first monastery founded in France.

Dates: 1600-1950; Majority of material found in 1750-1950