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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections File
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Portraits of Nouwen, Peter Weiskel, and unidentified man

File consists of thirty-five photographs, taken by professional photographer Dave Schaeffer, of Nouwen, Peter Weiskel, and an unidentified young man, likely a student of Nouwen. All photographs depict the men either seated or standing at a large round table at Harvard University.

Photographs of nuns in park

File consists of two photographs sent to Nouwen by Sr. Rose Ainslie of her celebrating July 4th with her fellow sisters in a park next to a lake.

Photographs of Nouwen with van Campen family

File consists of eight photographs of Nouwen and his sister, Laurien van Campen-Nouwen, and her family (Laurien, her husband, and Reinier), at their house outdoors during the winter.

Photographs of Nouwen's trip to Helsinki and Leningrad

File consists of twenty-seven photographs of of Nouwen, Bob Massie and Dana L. Robert (formerly Massie) during Nouwen's trip to Helsinki, Finland, and Leningrad (now known as Saint Petersburg), Russia, and one photograph of Nouwen.

Photographs of Nouwen's move to L'Arche Daybreak

File consists of thirty-two photographs of Nouwen, Peter Weiskel, Jutta Ayer and two unidentified men (possibly Nouwen's administrative assistants, Vince Masi (glasses) and Nathan [last name unknown], a young man fostered or looked after by Henri and the newphew of Richard Grover, a good friend of Henri's, during Nouwen's move to L'Arche Daybreak, including a visit with Br. Christian at the Abbey of the Genesee (Piffard, NY) and a stop at Niagara Falls.

Photographs of Nouwen's arrival at L'Arche Daybreak

File consists of twenty-five photographs of Nouwen, Peter Weiskel, Jutta Ayer, and two unidentified men, possibly Nouwen's administrative assistants, Vince Masi (glasses) and Nathan [last name unknown] ( the nephew of Richard Grover, a good friend of Henri's), who Henri fostered or looked after for a short time, arriving at L'Arche Daybreak and being greeted by Connie Ellis, Nouwen's new administrative assistant, and the grounds of Daybreak.

Portraits of Mary Fern Hollis and family

File consists of two photographs, taken by professional photography company Olan Mills, of Mary Fern Hollis and her family, including her teenaged children: Newcombe and Melissa.

Photographs of Mary Fern Hollis and family

File consists of five photographs of Mary Fern Hollis and her family, including her two teenaged children: Newcombe and Melissa; many taken while visiting their cottage in April 1986.

Photographs of Nouwen and Connie Ellis

File consists of two photographs of Nouwen sorting and responding to mail in his office at L'Arche Daybreak; Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant, is also visible in one photograph.

Photographs of Nouwen, Laurien Nouwen and unidentified women

File consists of a photograph of Nouwen with his sister, Laurien Nouwen, and three unidentified women, possibly of the Fitzgerald-Albregts family in Ireland (Nouwen married the parents and later their sons and daughters), and two photographs of Nouwen with unidentified women.

Photographs of Nouwen at "Visions of Hope"

File consists of two photographs, taken by professional photographer W.P. Wittman, of Nouwen participating in the "Visions of Hope" event organized by the Youth Corps in Toronto on April 25, 1987.

Photographs of Keenan children

File consists of two photographs of each of the elder children of Baldwin and Roni (Veronica) Keenan, Lee and Nora, holding their newborn sister, Claire.

Photographs of Nouwen in Rome

File consists of a photograph of Nouwen in Rome meeting Pope John Paul II, with Jean Vanier, Bishop Peter Sutton (?), and others, during the L'Arche International Federation meeting. File also consists of three other photographs from Nouwen's visit to Rome, including one photograph with Jean Vanier.

Photographs of L'Arche Daybreak Community Weekend

File consists of five photograph shots of L'Arche Daybreak community members gathered on a lawn surrounding a poster stating "Daybreak Memories" and depicting a large sun during the L'Arche Daybreak Community Weekend. One photograph is a copy print and four are unprinted negatives.

Photographs of Andy Wildermuth

File consists of six photographs of Andy Wildermuth sent to Nouwen by his father, David Wildermuth, in a letter dated June 22, 1988, seven months after Andy's death.

Photographs of Nouwen and Bill van Buren

File consists of sixty-five photographs of Nouwen and Bill van Buren's first trip together: to Washington, DC; including a visit to the Madonna House. File includes what appear to be three distinct roles of film. There are fifty-seven copy prints and eight unprinted negatives.

Photographs of Nouwen and Bill van Buren

File consists of twenty-four photographs of Nouwen and Bill van Buren outside at "Newhouse" at L'Arche Daybreak. There are seventeen copy prints and seven unprinted negatives.

Photographs of unidentified infant girl

File consists of three photographs of an unidentified infant girl, one with Helen Humphries, taken from December 1987 to February 1988 and likely sent to Nouwen at the same time.

Photographs of Merkle family

File consists of two photographs of John C. and Sarah Merkle, each holding their newborn daughter, Anna Camille.

Photographs of Nouwen at book signing

File consists of twenty-three photographs, taken by an unknown professional photographer, of Nouwen at a book signing and speaking event in Holland, including a videotaped interview.

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