RESTORERS OF MT CARMEL IN MARYLAND
Found in 283 Collections and/or Records:
Form letters announcing the formation of the Restorers sent to Carmels, Bishops, Priests, and Laity. Letters were signed by Laurence Kelly, Mary H. Talbott, (Mrs. B.E. Talbott).
Two letters from Arthur O'Dea to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: a chapter of the Restorers in NJ, after consultation with the Prioresses in NJ, funds must be used to help the New Jersey foundations until they are firmly established.
A series of letters from Betty Hogan to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: donations and money, insurance dor Mount Carmel.
Correspondence between Frederick Fusting of the Associate Insurance Agency Corp., and Irene Ord turning over the assets of the Restorers to the Archdiocese once the Organization is dissolved.
A letter from the Carmelite Monastery, New York, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, thanking him for the copies of "A Southern Maryland Shrine." Included an offering for the Restorers. File includes original and a copy.
A series of letters from Mother Celine Arnold to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: matters concerning the DC foundation. Originals and copies are in this file.
A series of letters from Mother Celine Arnold to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: Restorers's activities, donations.
A copy of a letter from Celine Arnold to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: Kelly's efforts at Mount Carmel and pilgrimage from St Ignatius.
A copy of a letter from Clarence M. Hughes, Vice President of the Restorers, Washington Chapter, to the Archbishop of Washington opposing Sr Teresa's taking over Port Tobacco.
A letter from David Nugarity to Laurence Kelly about Kelly's health and discussing the possibility of the Jesuits taking on the work of restoration at Mount Carmel. Nugarity wants to discuss this with Kelly in the near future.
A letter from David Nugarity to Laurence Kelly which comments on a foundation at Mount Carmel and Kelly's suggestions about a chaplain.
A series of letters from Edith (Mrs Joseph) Cavanagh to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: bell for Mount Carmel, fundraising, furnishings for the Chapel.
A letter from Emily E. Weems to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: fundraising.
A letter from Mother Emmanuel of Bettendorf to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: foundation and who will make the foundation.
Two letters from George C. Dorsch of The Sun in Baltimore to Laurence Kelly telling the "yarn" of his adventure to Port Tobacco that preceded his article (to be published in the paper one Sunday in June) and then following up the publication to say "I feel sure that you would be interested to know that the Carmelite story attracted wide interest."
Two letters from George Morgan Knight, author, photographer, editor, lecturer and literary critic, to Laurence Kelly, SJ: 3/6/1940: acquiring the two printed cuts from the leaflet on Mount Carmel for a chapter in his new book. The chapter is entitled Mt Carmel the Mecca of the Religious Pilgrim. 3/9/1940: follows up on the request letter and gives more information on the book he is writing, What You Don't Know About George Washington, which includes the chapter on Mount Carmel.
A series of letters from Gertrude E. Horigan to Laurence Kelly, SJ, 1949-1950.
Two letters from Harold C. Gardiner, SJ, to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: help for Restorers in NY, mentions Kelly's health.
A copy of a letter from Hary Kirk to Laurence Kelly, SJ, re: picture of Aisquith St., nun's graves, pictures of US Carmels.
Copies of two letters of the same date with nearly the same information to Lawrence Shehan and Patrick O'Boyle from Harry Kirk, re: foundation in Washington and a new monastery for Baltimore Carmel.
A letter from Helen M. Mayer to Laurence Kelly, SJ, giving a donation to the Pilgrim Chapel.