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Photograph of unidentified Catholic New Times readers

Item consists of one photograph of unidentified Catholic New Times readers. Three women, dressed in winter outerwear, are seen reading the newspaper while seated outside. Behind them is a banner that reads "US USSR Peace by Peace" and a smaller, partially hidden banner, that reads "Choose [?]!"

Photograph for A spirituality of peacemaking

Item consists of a photographs of black and white drawings of Henri Nouwen by Channing Theime. The drawings feature Nouwen's profile. He appears to be talking and his hands are gesturing in front of him.

Photograph for Behold the beauty of the Lord

Item consists of a photograph of a close-up of a painting of an icon featuring Mary and baby Jesus.This photograph appears to have been cut from a larger page of photographs, as there is an uneven line at the bottom edge. The photograph was used in Nouwen's book, Behold the Beauty of the Lord.

Photograph card for Behold the beauty of the Lord

Item consists of a blank photo card featuring a photograph entitled, "Restoration." The photograph features a table with a table cloth, a lit candle, a brown and grey chalice, and a plate with a loaf of bread. An open book can be seen resting on the table behind the bread. Metal folding chairs can be seen in the background.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a slide featuring a photograph of Nouwen. Nouwen is wearing a white collared shirt and a plaid tie. He is gesturing towards the camera.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a slide featuring a photograph of Nouwen. Nouwen is wearing a white collared shirt and a plaid tie. He is smiling at the camera and leaning his face onto his left arm.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a headshot of Nouwen. Nouwen is wearing black sweater and tie, and smiling at the camera.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a headshot of Nouwen. Nouwen is wearing black sweater and tie, and is looking to the right of the camera and smiling. This photograph was taken by a professional photographer, but the photographer is unknown.

Photograph of Nouwen and unknown man

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen talking to an unknown man. Nouwen is wearing a black sweater and black tie. Nouwen is photographed from the side, and is using his hands to talk. The man is wearing a tie, sweater, and suit jacket. His arms are crossed and he is facing Nouwen.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen wearing zip up sweater, white collared shirt and tie, smiling to the left of the camera.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen wearing zip up sweater, white collared shirt and tie. He is leaning on his right knee and smiling to the right of the camera.

Photograph of Nouwen and others

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen at Abbey of the Genesee (wearing grey hooded tunic with belt) and standing with four men (L to R): Mark Haynes, Dan Thomas, Mark Hunt, and Tim Senior. All of the men are smiling at the camera. Tim Senior is holding a copy of Henri Nouwen's book Making All Things New in his right hand.

Photograph of Michael Alex

Item consists of one photograph of a small boy, approximately four months old, sitting on a stone ground with grass behind him. This is the son of Aleibiades Rodriguez Suarez, a man from Bolivia that wrote to Nouwen asking him to sponsor the boy so he could be baptized.

Photograph of Henri Nouwen

Item consists of one photograph of Henri Nouwen at his 60th birthday party. He is dressed in a dark clown's costume and is standing with his arms outstretched and a huge grin on his face. There are several members, mostly children, of the L'Arche community going up to him to touch him.

Nouwen and [Priests of L'Arche]

Item consists of a photograph of Nouwen posing for the camera with four other men. Nouwen is seated on the floor leaning against a coffee table that contains papers, a chalice, and a candle. He is wearing a tan sweater. There is a man kneeling next to him with his hand on his shoulder, and there are three men standing behind them.

Framed triptych photographs of two unidentified boys

Item consists of one frame with three photographs of unidentified boys, including one photo (left) of a blond boy age 3-5 years in a striped sweater, one photo (right) of a blond boy age 8-10 years in a brown sweater and tie, and one photo of both of these boys together with different clothing.

"An Evening of Reflections with Henri Nouwen" poster

Item consists of one poster advertising "An Evening of Reflections with Henri Nouwen", which took place on November 11, 1993 at Saint James Church (New York, NY). Two copies of the poster are autographed by Nouwen.

Charcoal drawing of Henri Nouwen

Item consists of one charcoal sketch of Henri Nouwen with his hands on a person kneeling before him, by an unknown artist, mounted on cardstock. The image is emulating the painting 'The Return of the Prodigal Son' by Rembrandt van Rijn, with Nouwen taking the place of the father figure.

Jerusalem, old city wall, Damascus Gate

Item consists of one hanging print of an image of "Jerusalem, old city wall, Damascus Gate" tied by suede to a wooden dowel and enclosed in a cardboard sleeve with the sticker "ancient landscapes from the Holy Land".

Print of "sunflowers"

Item consists of one print on cardboard base of "Sunflowers (Still Life: Vase with Fifteen Sunflowers)" by Vincent Van Gogh, which hung on a wall at L'Arche Daybreak.

Sundance

Item consists of one framed painting, titled "Sundance", by Richard Packo. It was signed and dated November 3, 1987. The painting depicts two First Nations faces, the moon and an eagle.

Pencil drawing of Jesus

Item consists of one pencil drawing of Jesus by [A.M.D.G.?] given to Nouwen by the Wegman family.

Daniel and Ezekiel prints

Item consists of a matching set of framed prints by Rita Corbin of the faces of Daniel (E108) and Ezekiel (E109) above biblical verses. The "Daniel" print features the verse Daniel 3:90. The "Ezekiel" print features the verse Ezekiel 2:6.

Ink drawing of Noah's Ark

Item consists of one framed ink drawing of Noah's Ark by Brenda [Lean] with a brass plaque affixed to frame, inscribed "H.J.N. Ma Nuad 1991", which Nouwen likely received from Maynooth College (Kildare, Ireland) following his guest lecture there in 1991.

Photograph of the Madonna

Item consists of a photograph of a painting of a Madonna located at the Museum of Religions and Atheism (Leningrad, Soviet Union) taken by Randy Webb and given to Nouwen in March 12, 1992.

Bearers of the Burden

Item consists of one framed print of "Bearers of the Burden" by Vincent van Gogh. The print is black and white, possibly taken from an etching, and features workers in a field carrying bags. Visible is a religious shrine.

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