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.
Announcement of the consolidation of the New York and Washington Chapters of the Restorers of Mt Carmel in Maryland.
An article in The Victorian about Mount Carmel entitled America's Oldest Carmel.
An article by Sarah Bohanan Russell entitled "Lord, Revive Thy Church" from the National Historical Magazine which includes a section on Port Tobacco.
An article from the Baltimore Sun by George Dorsch on the Carmel at Port Tobacco.
A newsarticle on the Restorers project after 25 years.
An interview with Mother Catherine Thomas (Oklahoma City), re: the nuns return to Port Tobacco.
Newspaper atricles on a lecture by Frances Parkinson Keyes sponsored by the Restorers.
A series of newspaper articles on a lecture by John LaFarge, SJ, sponsored by the Restorers. Includes originals and one copy.
Newspaper articles on Restorers' meetings, chapters, and elections.
Newspaper srticles on the restoration of the monastery buildings by the Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland.
Handwritten bid for the construction of the Chapel at Mount Carmel from Waldorf Construction Company, Messrs Abell & Yoddard.
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 booklet by Laurence Kelly, SJ, on Mount Carmel in Maryland.
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.
Circular letter to members of the Restorers, July 1, 1976.
A letter soliciting funds for the Pilgrim Chapel sent by the Restorers.
A copy of the letter to solicit funds for the Pilgrim's Chapel sent by the Restorers.
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.
List of the contents of the cornerstone for Pilgrim's Hall.
A copy of the deed to the property purchased from the Sanders by the Restorers of Mt Carmel in Maryland.
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.
A letter from Mother Angela of the Eucharist (Savannah) to Irene Ord re: foundation at Mt Carmel; mutual friends.