File consists of two letters from Bill and Susan Collinge. The first, from March 27, 1987, invites Nouwen to their home whenever he wants. The second, from April 20, 1987, is in response to a letter from Nouwen.
File consists of letters from Diana Chambers, including an article by Gregory Baum "Option for the Powerless", and two copies of the typescript of Nouwen's "With Out-Stretched Hands: Reflections on Christian Leadership in the Future".
File consists of letters from Pauline Marston, on behalf of Camp Hurontario, which Nouwen's nephew Reinier van Campen attended in the summer of 1987, including travel itineries written by Nouwen, typed letters from Connie Ellis on behalf of Nouwen, and a letter from Reinier.
File consists of letters from Sr. Annice Callahan, R.S.C.J., including a syllabus for her course at Regis College "Spiritual Guides for Today", which includes Nouwen's work, and a typescript of her book on spiritualities of the heart, "Henri Nouwen: The Heart as Home".
File consists of letters from Margaret Guenther on behalf of the Center for Christian Spirituality of the General Theological Seminary (New York, NY), including minutes from the Advisory Committee, a four-semester outline for the seminar, a copy of a letter sent to Guenther from Philip Turner, a typed letter from Nouwen and a hand-written and two typed drafts of a statement which he hoped would be read at the Advisory Committee.
File consists of letters from (Rev.) Charles Busch, including an invitation to his ordination in the United Church of Christ, letters from Paul and Dorothea Busch and a note from Connie Ellis, Nouwen's assistant.