RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
A account by Laurence Kelly, SJ, of the interest taken by Carmelite nuns and friars in the work of the Restorers. Account is incomplete; pages 17-18 only.
An article by Sarah Bohanan Russell entitled "Lord, Revive Thy Church" from the National Historical Magazine which includes a section on Port Tobacco.
Bills from Stembler & Ford, Inc., Charles County Sand and Gravel Company, Entzminger & Jones for work done by the Restorers at Mt Carmel.
Anniversary booklet of St Joseph's Church, Pomfret entitled History of Saint Joseph's Church, 1763-1962. It was sent to Mrs Ord by Hester Virginia Mudd; Mudd's note is included. There is a section on Mount Carmel in the booklet.
A chronicle of the signing of the contract for purchase of the old monastery property from the Sanders. Written by Rev. Laurence Kelly, SJ.
A photocopy of a chronicle entitled Summary of Some Events, 1936-1940 by Laurence Kelly, SJ. Events included: meetings, pilgrimages, election of officers, and expenditures.
Conference with Abp O'Boyle on a Carmel Foundation discussing the location of the foundation, the cost of a chapel, Restorers fundraising. Two copies: one in Kelly's hand; one xerox.
A typed copy of the purchase agreement between W. Eugene Sanders and Mary Louise Sanders and Rev. Laurence Kelly and Archbishop Michael J. Curley for the old monastery property.
A copy of a receipt for the purchase of a parcel of land in Charles County, Maryland, from Stembler & Ford, Inc., Lumber, Millwork & Building Supplies, 5701 Central Ave., Capitol Hieghts 27, MD.
Copy of a letter from A.B. Gleeson to Mother Teresa Paul of Port Tobacco re: check for $9,613.49 payable to the William A. Horigan, SJ, Memorial Fund.
Two letters from Amleto G. Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate, to Laurence Kelly, SJ,: 7/5/1940: regrets inability to take part in ceremony at Mount Carmel on Oct 15; 10/24/1940: thanks for the booklet "A Southern Maryland Shrine."
A letter from Amleto G. Cicognani, Apostolic Delegate, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: cannot attend dedication of new Chapel.
A letter from Mother Agnes of Jesus from Santa Clara to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: support for the building of a Chapel and making a foundation at Mount Carmel, floors plans for the Santa Clara Monastery which Mr. Chas. D, Maginnis has, suggestions that Kelly submit his plans to Mr. Maginnis.