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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections File
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"From Magic to Faith" lecture notes

File consists of 23 typed pages of a lecture titled "From Magic to Faith," which discusses the religious development of individuals from childhood to adulthood from a psychological perspective. The lecture was most likely presented in Nouwen's "summer school" course Psychology 121: "Special Topics" : Psychology of Religion in 1967. Student assignments for the summer school course mention their interest of the psychological development of individuals from infancy through adulthood.

1989 tax instalments

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1989 income tax payment instalments. Includes two Instalment Guide for Individuals 1989 from Revenue Canada. Also includes two statements from Revenue Canada.

1989 tax material

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1989 income tax. Includes a record of cheque books kept by Joe Sarno for Nouwen's Connecticut Bank and Trust account. Includes statements from the Connecticut Bank and Trust account. Also includes copies of statements from Nouwen's Midland Bank account (in England).

1989 tax material

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1989 income tax. Includes ledger pages kept by Joe Sarno documenting Nouwen's Master Card, monthly expenses, European trips, a US cheque book, and Visa credit card. The ledger pages are accompanied by statements, reports, and receipts with notes. Also includes a list of bank deposits and additional expenses.

1990 - 1992 chequebook

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's chequing account. Includes a deposit/cheque record book, invoices, and statements.

1990 royalty statements

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1990 royalty statements. Includes statements from Harper and Row, Ave Maria Press, and Credence publishers.

1990 tax information

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 income tax. Includes ledger pages kept by Joe Sarno for expenses and revenue. Includes monthly expense summaries from Connie Ellis, Bank of Montreal and Revenue Canada statements. Also includes an Instalment Guide for Individuals 1991 from Revenue Canada.

1990 tax material

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1990 income tax. Includes a cheque record book, bank statements, royalty statements, receipts and invoices, and Revenue Canada statements. Also includes correspondence with the US Department of the Treasury, Internal Revenue Service, about an ongoing filing issue and the Instalment Guide for Individuals 1990 from Revenue Canada.

1991 Diocesan Clergy Conference, Anglican Church of Canada - June 3 - 5, 1991

File consists of correspondence and other material regarding Nouwen's leadership with Bishop J.C. Fricker at the Diocesan Clergy Conference for the Anglican Church of Canada, at the Trent Conference Center, Peterborough, Ontario. Includes minutes from planning meetings, agenda for the conference, liturgical materials for each of the services, and details about the Trent Conference center. Also includes many letters to Nouwen reflecting on the conference, notes on the conference in Nouwen's hand, an a letter from Nouwen detailing how the conference should be structured. The theme of the conference was "Living the Spiritual Life - A Conference of Priestly Spirituality."

1991 RCA Convocation (Reformed Church of America) - July 25 - 28, 1991

File consists of correspondence and other material regarding Nouwen's participation in the RCA (Reformed Church of America) 1991 Convention "Praise and Promise" in University of California, Irvine, California. The majority of the correspondence is with Harold De Roo, Barbara Cullum, and Mary Jo Waters. Nouwen's talk was entitled "Loving God and Others." Includes travel itinerary, airline tickets, list of expenses, receipts, map, registration form, program, and newsletter. Also includes letters of response from both Nouwen and Connie. A video was made of the proceedings and sent to Nouwen from Barbara Cullum.

1991 tax return

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 income tax. Includes statements from the Mutual Group, Cambridge Trust Company, and Revenue Canada. Includes 1991 Tax Guides from Revenue Canada, statement of Income and Expenses for 1992, a copy of T1 General 1991 Income Tax Return, correspondence with Revenue Canada, and a copy of Joe Sarno's Power of Attorney.

1992 statements for taxes

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1992 income tax. Includes correspondence from Connie Ellis and Lydia Banducci including monthly summaries of expenses, copies of Bank of Montreal statements and deposit book. Also includes copies of some invoices and statements from Revenue Canada.

1992 tax return

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1992 income tax. Includes correspondence from Joe Sarno regarding Nouwen's financial situation including statements of income and expenses. Includes ledger pages from Sarno for deposits and expenses. Includes statements from Chase Visa credit card, Union Trust Master Card, Union Trust retirement account, Fleet Bank, and Revenue Canada. Also includes invoices and receipts for travel expenses.

1992 tax return

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1992 income tax. Includes a copy of the T1 General 1992 Income Tax Return. Includes receipts, statements, and a Guide from Revenue Canada. Includes documentation from Bank of Montreal, Friends of L'Arche, Fleet Bank, Mutual group, and from publishers.

1993 expenses detail

  • CA ON00389 F4-6-3-1425-1, 1425-2, 1425-3
  • File
  • February 1993 - April 1994
  • Part of Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of three file folders of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 tax return. File (1) includes receipts with notes from February to July 1993, many from Nouwen's trip to the Netherlands. File (2) includes receipts with notes from July to August 1993. File (3) includes receipts with notes from September to December 1993. Also includes Master Card and Visa credit card statements for 1993.

1993 tax information

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 tax return. Includes correspondence to Sarno from Nouwen's office. Includes royalty statements, retirement fund statements, donation receipts, and statements from Fleet Bank. Includes invoices for travel expenses, liturgical supplies, books, and couriers. Some material is original and some copies.

1993 tax information

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 tax return. Includes monthly summary of expenditures and copies of Bank of Montreal deposit slips and statements. Also includes statements from Cambridge Trust, Union Trust, and TIAA CREF (Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association College Retirement Equities Fund).

1993 tax return

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 tax return. Includes tax forms from Revenue Canada, Friends of L'Arche, banks, retirement funds, donation receipts, and publishers. Includes T1 General 1993 Tax Return forms, correspondence, and statements from Revenue Canada. Also includes the 1993 Tax Guide from Revenue Canada. Most of the materials are photocopies.

25th Anniversary of Nouwen's Ordination

File consists of materials related to the planning of the celebration event for the 25th anniversary of Nouwen's ordination. Contents of file are as follows:
Folder 1 contains the 25th Ordination Anniversary list of invited guests and addresses.
Folder 2 contains the guest book from the event, and the RSVP cards from those invited to the event, as well as some brief correspondence from invited guests, and an administrative list containing information regarding accommodations for the invited guests and their arrival times.
Folder 3 contains administrative information for the planning and costs of Nouwen's celebration party, as well as a list of gifts received.
Folder 4 contains correspondence from invited guests regarding travel plans, information on where guests are staying and arriving, and a sample invitation to the celebration.
Folder 5 contains a typed copy of the speech by John Mogabgab titled "Go and Speak!" for Henri Nouwen's Silver Jubilee on July 21, 1982 at the Swarthmore College Amphitheater. Mogabgab writes about Nouwen's writing and vocation, and talks about the Genesee Diary and Compassion, and Nouwen as a writer.

7th Annual Canadian Association of Christian Therapists (A.C.T.) Conference "The Abuse and Use of Power" - May 4 -5, 1991

File consists of correspondence, with Kenneth Fung, and other material regarding Nouwen speaking at the 7th Annual Canadian A.C.T. Conference at the Mount Carmen Spiritual Centre in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Nouwen spoke on "Healing the Wounded Healer." Includes schedule, flyer, and notes from the conference. Also includes a travel itinerary for a trip to New York where Nouwen attended the wedding of Fred Bratman and Robin.

A handlist of Newman's Anglican sermons and related manuscripts, volume II

File consists of a bound ledger containing handwritten reference lists and bibliographic descriptions of sermons by John Henry Newman and related published and archival material relevant to Pett's research. This appears to have been a continuation of Pett's notes from a previous ledger "A Handlist of Newman's Anglican Sermons and Related Manuscripts", as it continues the previous volume's pagination.

A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to Ernest Ziegler

  1. A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to Ernest Ziegler (1847-1902), Paris, 26 [?], 1884, 1 p.
    A visiting card, bearing the message, “With many thanks”, written to Ernest Ziegler, a journalist, novelist, dramatist, and translator of Zola’s novels Germinal and L’Oeuvre.
    The card, which bears Zola’s Paris address, is accompanied by the stamped envelope, addressed to Ziegler in Vienna, and by a photograph of Zola. On the postmark, the day and the year are visible, but not the month.
    **Not published.

A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to Yves Guyot

  1. A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to Yves Guyot (1843-1928), 12 December 1900, 1 p.
    Zola asks Guyot to reproduce in its entirety, with his introduction, Zola’s letter which had appeared that morning in Le Figaro. He will be grateful if Guyot will give the letter a prominent place in tomorrow’s edition.
    The journalist and politician Yves Guyot was at the time the director of the Paris newspaper Le Siècle. The letter in question was written in support of the young writer, Maurice Le Blond, and a group of his colleagues, who had founded the “Collège d’esthétique moderne”, a meeting place for writers and artists, which offered courses and public lectures. In 1908, Maurice Le Blond (1877-1944) married Zola’s daughter, Denise.
    Published in Correspondance, vol. X, page 207 (letter 175).

A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to [Paul-François Ménard-Dorian]

  1. A.l.s. (visiting card) from Émile Zola to [Paul-François Ménard-Dorian], Paris, s.d., 1 p.
    “With our deepest sympathy on your loss”. Paul Ménard-Dorian (1846-1907) was an extremely prominent armaments manufacturer and member of the Republican government from 1877 to 1889 and from 1890 to 1893. In 1900, Zola toured the Ménard-Dorian factories at Unieux in preparation for his 1901 novel, Travail, which is set in a steel foundry.
    Further research into the biography of Paul Ménard-Dorian would probably help in determining the date of this visiting card, which is obviously a message of condolence. The address on the card (23, rue Ballu) suggests that the card must date from between 1877 and 1889, the period during which Zola lived in this Paris apartment.
    **The text of this card has not been published.

A.l.s. from Zola to Édouard Bauer

  1. A.l.s. from Zola to Édouard Bauer, Paris, 8 February 1869, 1 p.
    Zola writes to Bauer, the founder and director of L’Événement illustré, in which Zola’s novel, La Famille Cayol (initial title of Les Mystères de Marseille) had been appearing since 23 October, 1868. Zola has learned that the newspaper is changing hands and Zola wants to know if the debt of 200 francs, which is owed to him by Bauer, will be assumed by the new owner, M. Damé. Published in Correspondance, vol. II, p. 195 (letter 68).

A.l.s. from Émile Zola to Adrien Remacle

  1. A.l.s. from Émile Zola to Adrien Remacle (1856-?), Médan, 12 May 1884, 1 p.
    Zola promises to send Remacle something for the next issue of La Revue indépendante.
    Zola’s short story, “Théâtre de campagne”, appeared in the second issue of La Revue indépendante (June 1884).
    Adrien Remacle worked as head of publicity for Zola’s publisher, Georges Charpentier, before becoming the director of La Revue contemporaine in 1885. He was also the author of several volumes of poetry and of a ballet based on Verlaine’s poetry.
    Published in Correspondance, vol. V, page 104 (letter 44).

A.l.s. from Émile Zola to André Antoine

  1. A.l.s. from Émile Zola to André Antoine (1858-1943), Paris, 31 January 1902, 1 p.
    Zola requests theatre tickets for his wife and for himself. Would like to see Antoine at the intermission, so that he can congratulate him. Has heard that the ticket sales are good.
    Zola is referring to the adaptation of his novel La Terre, prepared for the stage by Charles Hugot and Raoul de Saint-Arroman. The play opened at the Théâtre Antoine on 21 January 1902, with Antoine in one of the leading roles. In spite of its strong beginnings, the play was only a moderate success.
    André Antoine had launched the Théâtre Antoine in 1897 and later became a respected theatre critic and a film maker.
    Published in Correspondance, vol. X, page 355-356 (letter 340).
    Note that the paper is stained and has a pin-hole in the upper left-hand and lower-right corners of the page.

A.l.s. from Émile Zola to André Antoine

  1. A.l.s. from Émile Zola to André Antoine (1858-1943), Paris, 24 February 1902, 2 p.
    Zola is in agreement with Saint-Arroman that they should attempt to keep La Terre going as long as possible, by presenting it once or twice a week. Asks if he might give some friends one of his visiting cards with a message on it, which they could exchange for theatre tickets.
    On Antoine and La Terre, see letter 39.
    Published in Correspondance, vol. X, page 359-360 (letter 347).
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