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Letter from Mary Doyle

File consists of a letter from Sr. Mary Joan Doyle, DC, regarding the status of the boy's dormitory she cares for in Cochabamba, Bolivia, which Nouwen raised funds for.

Letters from Frank Gerry

File consists of letters from Frank Gerry, writing from the Philippines, as well as a copy of the journal "Life Forum".

Letters from Chaplain Frank Hamilton

File consists of letters from Frank M. Hamilton, a chaplain in the Presbyterian Church and later in the U.S. Army, including a photo card featuring two photographs of Nouwen giving a lecture.

Letters from Frances Kersjes

File consists of letters from Frances Kersjes, writing from Cochabamba, Bolivia, and two (one very long) typed letters from Nouwen.

Letters from Rose Marciano Lucey

File consists of letters from Rose Marciano Lucey and long typed letter from Nouwen regarding the death of Daniel Lucey, Rose's husband. File also contains memorial cards, obituaries and funeral mass material.

Letters from Foster Parents Plan

File consists of letters from Foster Parents Plan, regarding Nouwen's sponsorship of a young boy, Hugo Corini, from Bolivia, including short notes from Hugo (translated by the agency).

Letters from Jim Antal

File consists of letters from Jim Antal, two letters from his wife Cindy Antal, magazine articles and correspondence from various individuals connected with The Fellowship of Reconciliation (Nyack, NY) and the 40th anniversary of the bombing of Nagasaki, that has been annotated "file: Antal, Jim".

Letters from Foster Parents Plan

File consists of a letter from Sabina Castillo on behalf of Foster Parents Plan regarding Nouwen's sponsorship of a boy, Hugo Corini, from Bolivia.

Letters from Dean Hammer

File consists of letters from Dean Hammer, writing from prison, including newspaper articles regarding the Plowshares movement, and letters from Fr. James O'Malley, Chaplain, and Vern Rossman.

Letters from L'Arche

File consists of letters, including four photo cards, and articles from members of the L'Arche community of Trosly-Breuil (also called La Ferme) in France, including official correspondence from Jean Vanier and letters from Thérèse Monique, Barbara, Agnes, Simone Landrien and Larry Gray. Also includes the original draft of a letter written by Nouwen to his students at Boston College explaining his reasons for joining the L'Arche community, and a letter from Therese [Cecury?] giving Nouwen the address to her parents Paul and Marie Peeters in France (it has been annotated "file: Trosly").

Letters from Paul Nouwen

File consists of letters from Paul A. Nouwen, Nouwen's brother. The photographs were taken on December 1st, 1984 at the Duivenvoorde Castle, in Voorschoten, Netherlands during Paul Nouwen's 25th anniversary dinner as director of the insurance company Nationale Nederlanden.

Letters from Laura Rice

File consists of letters from Laura Rice, including a pamphlet from Chapel House of Colgate University (Hamilton, NY).

Letters from Jennifer and Bob Saint John

File consists of letters and information packages from Jennifer and Bob Saint John, most regarding the Interfaith Center to Reverse the Arms Race (Pasadena, CA), including copies of letters from members of the Southern California Ecumenical Council, the Center for Defense Information, the Episcopal Church in Los Angeles, the New Jewish Agenda, the Board of Rabbis of Southern California, the Presbyterian Synod of Southern California and Hawaii, the Southern California Conference of the United Church of Christ, the South Pacific District of the American Lutheran Church, First Lutheran Church of Glendale, CA, Bishop Jack M Tuell and the Religious Society of Friends.

Christmas Cards

File consists of Christmas cards sent to Nouwen. Correspondents include:

  1. The Forrester Dufresnes (Ed, Sandy, Rachel and Aimee)
  2. Mary E. Hobgood and Thomas B.Chittick
  3. Sr. Julie Raman, ICM (writing from The Phillipines)
  4. James W. Skehan, SJ
  5. Barbara M. Fader
  6. Mary Deeley, husband, Dan Lum and daughter Katie [photograph removed]

Letters from Jim Antal and Cindy Shannon

File consists of letters from Jim Antal and Cindy Shannon, some regarding the FOR (Fellowship of Reconciliation) organisation, including five long typed letters of recommendation for both by Nouwen, handwritten drafts of these letters, curriculum vitae, copies of letters from Jim Forest, and short typed notes by Vincent Masi, Nouwen's assistant while he was living at the Maryknoll Residence.

Letters from Paul Beals

File consists of letters, including a photo card, from Paul Beals, including a typescript "Journey of a Madman" by Mark Andrew Beals, and a copy of a letter from Beth Porter welcoming Beals to L'Arche Daybreak.

Letter from Fr. Brian Cox

File consists of a letter from Fr. Brian Cox, including a pamphlet of his community, Resurrection Farm (Westminster, MD

Letters from Andrew and Wendy Dreitcer

File consists of letters from Andrew and Wendy Dreitcer. Previously they were B. Andrew Deeter and Wendy Alice Rice and combined their last names when they got married.

Letters from Foster Parents Plan

File consists of letters and receipts from Foster Parents Plan regarding Nouwen's sponsorship of a young boy, Hugo Corini, from Bolivia, including short notes from Hugo (translated by the agency).

Occasional Correspondence

File consists of letters from 26 correspondents. All have been annotated as "file: occassional correspondence" or " File:O.C. ". They include:

  1. Dr. Timothy Albrecht, University Organist, Emory University (Atlanta, GA)
  2. Robert Broome, on behalf of Baptist Peacemaker (Louisville, KY)
  3. Sr. Rose Marie Canty, CSC, regarding icon painter Sr. Jane Ellen Cown
  4. Toianna Gump (Personal)
  5. Jeanne Hein (Personal regarding Mike (Flood?)
  6. Carmen Lampe
  7. John Lehman on behalf of Lovers Lane United Methodist Church (Dallas, TX) (includes a sermon by Dr. Don Benton)
  8. Liana MacKinnon
  9. Elizabeth (Betty) Mahan (includes newspaper article on Robert E. White, former ambassador to El Salvador)
  10. Beth McClendon
  11. Sr. Josephine Nalfe, OSU
  12. Eugene Patenaude, CO, (on behalf of The Oratory of Saint Philip Neri (Rock Hill, SC))
  13. Gretchen Person
  14. Julie Pierce (writing from Japan)
  15. Wilbur Ressler
  16. Jay Rochdale (regarding his Doctoral thesis on Van Gogh)
  17. Lynn T. Runnells (a former Boston College student, writing circa 1986) [photographs removed]
  18. Sr. Moira [Sald?] OSB [lastname unclear] from the Sisters of St. Benedict in Manchester, NH
  19. John Shearer (asking to establish a ‘written spiritual direction’ relationship with Nouwen)
  20. Al Staggs (copy of sermon "Who's On Trial?"
  21. Maria Strain (regarding National Peace Day Celebrations (additional correspondence can be found under Maria Strain 1986, box 241, file 5080)
  22. Joan Sullivan, S.N.D. (including a memorial for Henrietta F. Sullivan)
  23. Suzanne [last name unknown] (writing from Dorset, England regarding icons)
  24. Carol Tharp-Perrin (a muralist, including copies of articles about her work)
  25. Dr. Edward Graham Toomey, MD
  26. Christiana M. Wills

Letters from Marie-Hélène and Paul Peeters

File consists of letters from Marie-Hélène and Paul Peeters, some written from Trosly, France, including letters from Marie Peeters (their daughter?), writing from Paris, Thérèse-Monique and John Peeters, and a note from Paul regarding reproductions of the Christ Icon.

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