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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections Patrick O'Neill fonds
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Files: 448-472

These files consist of photocopies of letters written by and amongst Zola’s contemporaries with the surnames
M through to Alexandrine Zola’s letters to Doctor Larat. The files within have been arranged alphabetically by
author, with recurring correspondents possessing their own distinct files. Letters sent by Alexandrine Zola to
various correspondents dominate these files, with particular emphasis on letters to the Laborde family (Amélie,
Albert and Elina). The dates range from 1871 to 1922. File #460 contains nine original cartes de visites from
Alexandrine Zola to various correspondents, dated from 1903.

Files: 473-482

These files consist of photocopies of letters written by and amongst Zola’s family and friends, starting with
letters written by Alexandrine to Eugène Fasquelle through to Zola’s mother Émilie Zola and finishing with
letters written to and from Zola’s wife, mistress and children between 1903 and 1905. File #474 contains
letters sent to Alexandrine Zola by Eugène Fasquelle. The dates of letters in these files range from 1841 to

  1. The letters sent to and from Zola’s family are arranged chronologically.

Files: 483-496

These files consist of photocopies of letters written amongst Zola’s immediate family: Alexandrine Zola,
Jeanne Rozerot, Denise Émile-Zola (previously Rozerot), Jacques Émile-Zola (previously Rozerot) and
eventually Denise’s husband Maurice Le Blond and Jacques’ wife Marguerite Émile-Zola. The files within are
arranged chronologically, starting in 1906 and continuing through to 1924, including undated letters. There is
no clear indication as to why these letters have been compiled and preserved, as they could not have provided
context for the annotations in the published volumes (as they were all written after Zola’s death); however, it is
possible that these letters were collected to document the lives of Zola’s children, who would eventually have a
great impact on the development of the project because the children of Denise and Jacques provided the
primary and foremost source of letters.

Files: 510-537

These files consist of photocopies of handwritten manuscripts, published material and typed transcriptions of
manuscripts and other documents pertaining to Zola’s works written between 1866 and 1952. The files within
have been arranged alphabetically by title of works, starting with Angeline and finishing with Vérité. These files
document some of Zola’s thought process and brainstorming when writing his books and short stories.
Germinal and Une Page d’amour contain extensive (though not complete) photocopies of manuscripts written in
Zola’s hand.

Files: 629-644

These files consist of articles and research materials compiled and written about the correspondents from the
Letters by Contemporaries series. Types of documents found in these files include various certificates
(including, marriage, death, professional/honorary), photographs, booklets or journal articles written about the
figure, as well as examples of their own work (poems, newspaper articles, etc). Key correspondents in these
files include Henry Céard, Alphonse Daudet, Louis Desprez, Paul Alexis and Alfred Bruneau. There are also
files on various other events including the commission of the Statue of Balzac and diverse matters. There are a
number of original pieces in these files including a program celebrating Henry Becque (dated May 31, 1904, in
File #640), an albumen print (dated 1898, in File #641), and a pamphlet discussing loans of the Government
of Egypt (dated 1873, in File #644)

Files: 698-742

These files consist of photocopies of off-prints, newspaper and academic articles and chapters from books
that discuss Émile Zola and/or Naturalism that have been written by authors with the surnames Bedo to
Hemmings. The dates of publication in these files range from 1900 to 1994. Key scholars in these files include
Saint-Georges de Bouhélier and Pedro Calheiros. These files include a number of original documents by SaintGeorges
de Bouhélier, with dates ranging from 1908-1938 (in Files #713-717, #719) and three newspapers:
Comœdia (dated 1908, in File #728), Le Figaro (dated 1927, in File #736) and La Feuille Litteraire (dated 1913, in
File #737).

Files: 943-1006

These files consist of photocopies of articles, off-prints and chapters from books that focus on either Émile
Zola or Naturalism written by authors with the surname Niederstenbruch to Page. The dates of publication
for material in these files range from 1898 to 1994. Recurring scholars include Robert J. Niess and Kazuo
Ozaki. There are articles written in French, English, Italian, Japanese and Russian in these files.

Files: 1158-1226

These files consist of off-prints, newspaper and academic articles, and chapters from books that pertain to
Émile Zola and/or Naturalism written by authors with surnames Rigaud to Salvan. The dates of the works
published in these files range from 1886 to 1998. Recurring authors include Guy Robert, Edouard Rod, Sergio
Sacchi, Murry Sachs and A.J. Salvan.

Files: 1352-1427

These files consist of off-prints, articles and chapters from books relating to Émile Zola and/or Naturalism
written by authors with surnames Tabarant to Varndoe. The publication dates for works contained in these
files range from 1876 to 1993. Recurring scholars include René Tournois, Clive Thomson and Akira
Tsuneoka. Most of the works contained in these files are written in French or English, however there are some
pieces written in Japanese.

Files: 1570-1577

These files consist of a bibliography of works written by Zola, including compilations of his works as well as
translations and updated editions. It is unclear when the document was compiled, however dates of
publication of items included on the list indicate that compilation occurred after the dissolution of the Zola
Research Program. Dorothy Speirs continued adding reference materials to the collection, and it is likely that
this bibliography was included in this process. Pages 187-222 are missing from the document, resulting in
works starting with “A” missing.
The document has been arranged into 8 separate sections, listed below:
1) Oeuvres completes
2) Collected editions of the novels
3) Individual works by title
4) Electronic publications
5) Selected works
6) Correspondence
7) Divers
8) Prefaces

Files: 1684-1801

These files consist of biographical cards for correspondents with surnames Colet to Hennique. Key
correspondents in these files include Numa Coste, Fernand Desmoulin, Louis Desprez, Edmond Duranty,
Gustave Flaubert, Edmond de Goncourt, Antoine Guillemet and Léon Hennique.

Notes on [Boleuphoke?]

File consists of a three pages of handwritten notes regarding a philosopher [Boleuphoke?] and his support of natural religion.

Sketches/Artwork

Series consists of drawings created by Wilfred Watson; the series is comprised of seventeen ink, pastel, crayon, watercolour, gauche and graphite drawings. The majority of these drawings are figurative and most likely from the period when Watson was living in Nanaimo, B.C.

Correspondence

Series consists of correspondence—specifically letters, cards, and notes with occasional enclosures that includes manuscripts, publications and photographs—created and accumulated by Wilfred Watson. Series is primarily composed of personal correspondence from friends and colleagues (Fred Flahiff, Northrop Frye, Ruth Humphrey, Janet Lander, M.E. Madsen, Marshall McLuhan, Rob Sanders, and Keith Swift), as well as correspondence from publishers (Northern Review Press and ECW Press, as well as the periodicals "Experiment" and "The Fiddlehead").

Patrick O'Neill fonds

  • CA ON00389 F8
  • Fonds
  • 1875-1998, predominant 1918-1938

Fonds consists of incoming and outgoing correspondence with constituents, government officials, supporters, and other MPs; official documents; political pamphlets and booklets; election posters and flyers; newspaper clippings; personal records (notebook, speech notes); photographs; and personal memorabilia, including a leather pouch with relics of St. Anthony and St. Oliver Plunket. Fonds also includes a sous-fonds of O’Neill’s daughter, Teresa V. O’Neill. The Teresa V. O’Neill sous-fonds includes a draft of her doctoral thesis and correspondence related to her role of literary executrix of her father’s estate.

O’Neill, Patrick

Miscellaneous correspondence 1994

File consists of material regarding Joe Sarno's correspondence. Includes correspondence to Sarno from Margaret Sutton regarding the monthly packages of documents; correspondence to Nouwen from Sarno, including statements of income and expenses for 1994; and correspondence to Sarno from various financial institutions, including TIAA CREF (Teachers Insurance and Annuity Association College Retirement Equities Fund), Cambridge Trust, Union Trust, and Master Card. Also includes a copy of Sarno's Power of Attorney.

July - December expenses 1994

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's expenses from July to December 1994. Includes Visa credit card statements, Master Card statements, and receipts with notes.

Additional expenses for 1994 tax return

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's additional expenses for Nouwen's 1994 tax return not purchased with a credit card. Includes receipts with notes from Nouwen's trips to the Netherlands and France in June and December 1994.

Chase Visa 1995 statements

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's Chase Visa credit card account. Includes statements and receipts with notes. Also includes statements from Fleet Bank.

Food and entertainment - 1987

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1987 food and entertainment expenses. Includes receipts with notes and invoices arranged by month.

Postage and courier - 1987

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1987 postage and courier expenses. Includes receipts with notes and invoices arranged by month.

Telephone - 1987

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1987 telephone expenses. Includes statements arranged by month.

Postage and courier expenses - 1990

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1990 postage and courier expenses. Includes receipts with notes and invoices arranged by month.

Income tax payments - 1991

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 income tax payments. Includes notes with the amount of Nouwen's payments.

Personal - 1991

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 personal expenses. Includes statements and invoices arranged by month.

Photocopies - 1991

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 spending on photocopying. Includes statements and receipts arranged by month.

Telephone - 1991

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1991 telephone expenses. Includes invoices and statements arranged by month.

Business meals - 1992

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1992 business meals expenses. Includes receipts arranged by month.

Photocopies - 1992

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1992 spending on photocopying. Includes invoices arranged by month.

Income tax payments - 1993

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 income tax payments. Includes statements and copies of cheques to the Receiver General arranged by month.

Purchase services - 1993

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 purchase services expenses. Includes invoices arranged by month.

Telephone - 1993

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 telephone expenses. Includes invoices and statements arranged by month.

Travel - 1993

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1993 travel expenses. Includes invoices, plane tickets and travel itineraries arranged by month.

Office supplies - 1994

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1994 office supplies expenses. Includes statements, invoices and receipts arranged by month.

Personal - 1994

File consists of material regarding Nouwen's 1994 personal expenses. Includes invoices and receipts with notes arranged by month.

Cheque and deposit books

File consists of cheque and deposit books for some of Nouwen's bank accounts. Includes Nouwen's used cheque books with carbon copies from October 1989 to September 1996 for his Bank of Montreal Canadian funds account and from October 1994 to May 1996 for his Bank of Montreal US funds account. Includes deposit books for two of Nouwen's Bank of Montreal accounts from January 1987 to August 1995. Also includes a bank cheque record book from Nouwen's Connecticut Bank and Trust account from January 1993 to July 1995.

Reading notes and sources on religion and psychology

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten lecture notes by Nouwen as well as typed notes and source articles.
Materials in this bound volume relevant to Nouwen's 1966 and 1967 Psychology of Religion courses include:

  • Section I of the bound volume titled "Concerning Allport's "Religion and Prejudice"" which includes typed summaries of work by Allport, Monty Kuka and Randy Fasnacht.
    -parts of Section II of the bound volume titled " General Sources" which includes typed excerpts from works by Mircea Eliade, Erich Fromm, Jung, and Erich Neumann.
    -parts of Section III of the bound volume titled "Religious Growth in Psychological Perspective: outlines and lecture notes" including a typed summary of works by Erik H. Erikson, Edgar Z. Friedenberg,and Charles W. Stewart, notes on Gordon Allport, as well as handwritten and typed lecture notes by Nouwen on the subject of adolescent religion.

Handouts for spring 1973 research seminar

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2092
  • File
  • [between September 1972 - May 1973]
  • Part of Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of typed and photocopied handouts which Nouwen distributed to participants of his Hospitality seminar. This file is volume I of II, of which handouts 1-11 are included. This volume also contains the table of contents for both volumes. The handouts include a course outline, a bibliography compiled by Nouwen and Walter Gaffney, as well as typed summaries of guest speakers. File also includes an unbound photocopied handout labelled "H3" which is titled "Hospitality and Hostility."

Handouts for spring 1973 research seminar

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2093
  • File
  • [between September 1972 - May 1973]
  • Part of Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten, typed, and photocopied handouts which Nouwen distributed to participants of his Hospitality seminar. This file is volume II of II, of which handouts 12-36 are bound. The handouts include typed summaries of class lectures, photocopied articles, as well as summaries of student projects. Included in the handouts are also handwritten and typed notes by Nouwen titled "Theol. Reflexion". The final handout is a typed critique of the class and its success dated April 30,1973. The author is unknown.

Lecture notes for fall 1973 lecture course

File consists of a bound volume of typed, handwritten and annotated lecture notes by Nouwen for Discipline and Discipleship, held during the fall semester of 1973. This bound copy is volume II of II.
The file also consists of a letter dated April 25, 1973 from Walter L. Parr, Jr. regarding papers by Nouwen which he received from Gary Cash. The papers he comments on appear to have been the articles Nouwen distributed to this class, and articles which Nouwen hoped to develop into a book (most likely 'Reaching Out'). Parr mentions Nouwen's themes of "oneness", "unity", "waiting" and eschatology.

Reading notes on memory

File consists of 10 pages of typed reading notes by Nouwen on the subject of memory. These reading notes appear to have been drawn from a number of sources such as Dahl, Elie Wiesel, Seward Hiltner, Abraham J. Heschel and Martin Francis.
These reading notes appear to be in their original file. The file folder is labelled "Nouwen: Notes and Excerpts. Ref. Memory". The notes also contain a page titled "Confessing faith in God today. Draft report of the July Consultation: Institute for Ecumenical and Cultural Research". It appears that Nouwen would have produced these resource files in the course of his research and later the bulk of material would have been collated and bound into single volumes. The theme of memory was integrated into Nouwen's 1975 and 1977 courses Ministry and Spirituality.

Articles for course on Prison Ministry

File consists of six articles by Morris M. Gondereau, Joseph Sattern and Karl Menninger. There is also a reading list for the course. These articles are part of a bound volume of collected materials.

Lecture notes and reading notes for spring 1975 seminar

File consists of a bound volume of typed and handwritten lecture notes and reading notes by Nouwen. There is only two pages of typed lecture notes. The rest of the bound volume consists of handwritten reading notes or lecture notes by Nouwen which are heavily annotated. The reading notes covers works by Michael Novak, David Steindl-Rast, Anselmus Stolz, Diadoque de Photice, James Hannay, St. Benedict, and Thomas Merton.

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