File consists of three letters, a short note, and seven newspaper articles (one in Italian and six in Dutch) from (Dr.) Karol Kasteel, writing from Rome. File also includes the January-February 1989 issue of a Dutch periodical entitled 'Pokrof', a French brochure for L'Arche, the May-June 1989 newsletter for Family Foundations (published by the Couple to Couple League), the September 7 1989 issue of the French periodical 'Famille Chrétienne', and a Dutch booklet entitled 'Rolduc een roeping.'
File consists of five letters and a card from Catherine Kamerbeek (Kamerbeek-Hiyman). File also includes a newspaper article from the Katholiek Nieuwsblad and a photograph [of Kamerbeek?]. One letter is signed Rinska de Jong.
File consists of a birthday card and a letter from Kimiko Katano, as well as part of a letter to Katano from an RSCJ sister in Japan expressing appreciation for Nouwen's writing. Katano's letter requests 10 copies of Nouwen's book 'Heart Speaks to Heart' to send to a RSCJ community in Japan, and the letter is annotated 'Send her 10 copies of H to H.'
File consists of two letters from Rev. Karl. F. Kauffmann, a post-it note annotated 'resp: no time to do [?] - refer to Archives,' and a copy of a typed letter of response from Nouwen. Second letter from Kaufmann is angry in tone.
File consists of a letter and Christmas card from Hugo Kamya. File also includes copies of two typed letters from Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant, regarding Nouwen's financial support for Kamya to attend graduate school.
File consists of a letter and two cards from (Robert A.) Jonas and two cards from (Rev.) Margaret Bullitt-Jonas. File also includes a copy of a sermon given by Jonas at Emmanuel Church in Boston and a brochure of events at The Guest House of the Society of St. John the Evangelist (Cambridge, MA).
File consists of a letter from Joyce Farrell of Joyce Farrell & Associates (Upper Montclair, NJ) requesting endorsement for a book by one of her clients in which Nouwen is mentioned. Letter is annotated 'Thank you - cannot make comments.'
File consists of a birthday card and letter from Fr. Ignatius Kukumanu of The Mentally Retarded Welfare Society (Guntur, Andhra-Pradesh, India). File also includes a letter from Fr. Kukumanu to Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant.
File consists of a letter from Franz Johna, writing from Freiburg, West Germany. File also includes a copy of a long typed letter from Nouwen about the German edition of Road to Daybreak and other matters.
File consists of a letter from Miriam Imbach and three letters from Jeff Imbach. File also contains a typed letter of response from Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant and copy of a very long typed letter of response from Nouwen in which he provides lengthy suggestions and comments on his manuscript on mystics. The letter gives a good summary of how Nouwen himself wrote books.
File consists of a letter from Roland Jansen, and a copy of a long typed letter from Nouwen inviting Jansen to stay at L'Arche Daybreak for the summer. File also includes a copy of a typed letter from Nouwen to Joe Vorstermans, Assistants' Coordinator at L'Arche Daybreak, recommending Jansen for a visit, and a copy of a typed letter from Vorstermans to Jansen inviting him to Daybreak.
File consists of three letters (one addressed to Henri and Adam) from Stephen H. Johnsrud, one requesting a letter of recommendation, and a copy of a reflection by Johnsrud describing a photograph he took. File also includes a copy of a typed letter of response by Connie Ellis, Nouwen's Administrative Assistant, a copy of a typed letter of response by Nouwen, and a copy of a typed letter of recommendation by Nouwen.
File consists of four letters from Alastair Heron, writing from Sheffield, England. File also consists of a letter from Dr. Bernard (Bernie) Lammers and a pamphlet written by Heron with quotes from Nouwen.