RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
A series of photographs (some duplicates) of part of the group who attended the mass celebrated by Father Kelly on July 16, 1936. One picture includes a note from Brother William Carley and a picture with names and descriptions on the back. Includes a few negatives.
Photos of two groups at Mt Carmel.
Six photographs taken by Harry Kirk in the New Cathedral Cemetery and a record of the pictures of the graves taken.
A poem entitled The Carmelites by Michael Williams read at the laying of the cornerstone, August 15, 1954.
Five copies of a postcard showing the old buildings and chapel at Mt Carmel.
Two postcards: one of Chandler's Hope; the other a lawn view of the meeting of the Port Tobacco and Potomac rivers.
Reasons that favor the return of the Carmelite Nuns to their original foundation, Port Tobacco, MD. Gives 16 reasons, by Laurence Kelly. File includes original and a copy.
Restoration of a Maryland Carmel by Laurence Kelly, SJ, giving a brief history of the American Carmel and of the work of the Restorers. A note at the end reads "Baltimore Catholic Review?"
Laurence Kelly's sermon at the Blessing of the Cornerstone at St Mary's Academy in Leonardtown. It includes a reference to the project of the Restorers of Mt Carmel in Maryland.
A sketch done by Sister Constance FitzGerald showing the layout of the Baltimore Carmel as requested by the Restorers. The sketch incorporates the chapel at Mount Carmel into the design plan of the Baltimore Carmel.
Two copies of a paper prepared by Miss McDonagh on the history of Carmel in America.
"A survey and preliminary sketch of a parcel of land around the site of the old Monestery (sic) showing the roads etc., on the Sanders Farm in Charles County, Maryland," by Louis H. Steffens for Rev. Laurence Kelly, SJ.
A handwritten draft of the leaflet, The Restorers of Mount Carmel in Maryland (see folder #30).