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Henri Nouwen fonds
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Photographs of Nouwen's trip to Greece

File consists of 138 slides of Nouwen's trip to Greece with several unidentified friends. Slides depict mainly local scenes and scenery, and were previously housed in four slide trays each labelled "Griekenland" I - IV.

Photographs of Chicago, Illinois

File consists of a roll of thirty-seven negatives of buildings, a statue and the skyline of Chicago, Illinois in the United States.

Photographs of Myra Alexander

File consists of eleven photographs of Myra Alexander preparing for, and celebrating, a religious ceremony at a church.

Gold chalice

Item consists of one gold chalice and its matching paten, as well as a small spoon (used to give the Eucharist to those who could not receive it otherwise). The chalice base features a small crucifix, as well as other decorative engravings of grapes and grape leaves, and a few diamonds that belonged to Nouwen's maternal grandmother. The bottom of the chalice is engraved with a Latin phrase, "Ego sum vites, vox palmites" ["I am the vine, you are the branches"], as well as the name of Reverend Antonius Cornelis Ramselaar, Nouwen's uncle. The chalice was Ramselaar's, and it was given to Nouwen on the occasion of his ordination in 1957. The chalice and paten have a leather carrying case, and they are wrapped in blue velvet.

Baby Book

File consists of a baby book given to Nouwen’s mother at the time of his birth.

Poem to Oma

File consists of a poem for Oma, Nouwen’s grandmother (Maria Rutten?).

Boisen – classroom material 2

File consists of Anton T. Boisen’s classroom materials used in a course entitled, "Types of Mental Illness: A Beginning Course," for use in the Training Centers of the Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students. File contains Parts 1 and 2 of “Types of Mental Illness: A Beginning Course”.

Boisen – classroom material 1

File consists of Anton T. Boisen’s classroom materials used in a course entitled, "Types of Mental Illness: A Beginning Course," for use in the Training Centers of the Council for the Clinical Training of Theological Students. File contains Part 1 of “Types of Mental Illness: A Beginning Course” and copies of Boisen's case studies.

Portrait of Anton T. Boisen

File consists of portrait, taken by an unknown professional photographer, of Anton T. Boisen, wearing a suit and seated in front of a large map.

Distribution card

File consists of a distribution card issued to Nouwen. This card identified Nouwen and indicated what resources he received following the Second World War.

Report cards

File consists of one report card and two honour cards. The report card is for the school year 1948 - 1949 at St. Aloysius College, Nouwen's Gymnasium. This report card includes a certificate of honourable mention from July 1949 in the subjects Religion, Dutch, and Geography. The two honour cards are from the school year of 1944 - 1945 (Nouwen's first year at Gymnasium) for Nouwen having earned first place in his class in a subject. The first card recognizes Nouwen for Latin, and the second card for an unknown subject [Bijbljesch?].

Papers from Gymnasium

File consists of two essays handwritten by Nouwen while attending the Gymnasium. Essays include a summary on Gerard Brom, etc., and one entitled, “Salvation is Never Born in Noisiness" (possibly for a religion class or Dutch).

Getuigschrift Gymnasium A

Item consists of a diploma from St. Aloysius College, Nouwen’s Gymnasium in The Hague. Document declares that Nouwen has favourably passed his exams, and is fully qualified to study at a university in Theology, Arts, Law and other faculties. It is signed by multiple people including Nouwen, using the name Harrie.

Photograph of Maria Nouwen

  • CA ON00389 F4-15-1-181-P3674
  • Pièce
  • [between 1940 - 1950?]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

Item consists of one photograph of Maria Nouwen. It is a professional portrait photograph (photographer unknown). She is wearing a black collared shirt, silver necklace, and silver brooch.

Photograph of students at a school

Item consists of one professional photograph of the students of a school assembled, along with the teachers, in front of the school. Many of the teachers are wearing priest collars.

Gymnasium records

Sub-series consists of essays written by Nouwen during his years at Gymnasium - a grammar school in the Netherlands for students aged 12 to 18 years who aim to attend university. Top students would learn Latin and Greek.

Photograph of Nouwen in Edinburgh

Item consists of a photograph of Henri Nouwen, wearing a suit and looking off camera, standing on an overpass at the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh, Scotland. The annotation under the photo reads: "[on?] National Gallery"

Typescript on exegesis

File consists of a typescript on exegesis, which includes a biblical historiography, the pentateuch, the ark of the covenant, the route of the exodus, and the didactic books of the Old Testament. The header on the pages reads: "Rosendaal, 1952-'53."

Page 4 of Album 5

File consists of page 4 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6594, P6595, P6596, P6597, P6598, P6599, P6600, P6601]. Taken in the late 1940s, in the Netherlands, the photos consist of Henri Nouwen and friends taking part in various outdoor activities. Included are several group shots of the troop members.

Page 5 of Album 5

File consists of page 5 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6602, P6603, P6604, P6605, P6606, P6607, P6608]. Predominantly taken in the late 1940s, in the Netherlands, Henri Nouwen is seen with friends as they camp and cook food. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen with friends and their bicycles.

Page 8 of Album 5

File consists of page 8 of Album 5. There are seven photographs on the page [P6625, P6626, P6627, P6628, P6629, P6630, P6631]. Taken in the late 1940s the photos include scouts camping in Oosterwijk in 1949; Maria and Laurien Nouwen with a bicycle in 1950; children in a horse drawn carriage in Mook in August 1949; a shot of a cliff in Dinant, Belgium taken in 1948; three males, one of them possibly Wim [Klink?], at the top of a tower in Apeldoorn in 1949; and Laurent J.M. Nouwen with a horse named [Vingtaine?] in Mook in August 1949. The annotations on the page read: "1949 [Fourajeur?] in Oosterwijk", "1948 Rots van Dinant" and "Pasen. 1949. Op de toren in Apeldoorn Ferry en Wim [Klink?]".

Page 16 of Album 5

File consists of page 16 of Album 5. There are three photographs on the page [P6674, P6675, P6676]. Taken in 1950 on a trip to Italy, Henri Nouwen and [Fiammetta?] Cavatorta are seen at Ostia Antiqua. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen with Mr. Cavatorta near Naples. The annotations on the page read: "Met Fiammetta naar Ostia Antiqua 1950" and "1950 met Mijnheer Cavatorta en Franco naar Napels".

Page 19 of Album 5

File consists of page 19 of Album 5. There are three photographs on the page [P6685, P6686, P6687]. Taken during his summer holidays in 1951, Henri Nouwen and Lenie, Karel, Wim and Carla Eygenraam are seen near the Roman Forum and Viterbo. The annotations on the page read: "[?] naast [?] Capitool op forum Trajanus", "[?] achter [?] Capitool op forum Romanum" and "Op weg naar Viterbo".

Page 21 of Album 5

File consists of page 21 of Album 5. There are five photographs on the page [P6692, P6693, P6694, P6695, P6696]. Taken in 1951 in at the minor seminary in Apeldoorn, Henri Nouwen is seen with friends, including Nico Kok and [?] Kouwenberg, acting in a play called "Proces Douglas". The annotations on the page read: "Vastenavond 1951 Apeldoorn "Proces Douglas"" [Shrove Tuesday 1951 Apeldoorn "Proces Douglas"], "Nico Kok" and "Kouwenberg als beklaagde".

Page 22 of Album 5

File consists of page 22 of Album 5. There are five photographs on the page [P6697, P6698, P6699, P6700, P6701]. Taken in 1951 in at minor seminary in Apeldoorn, Henri Nouwen is seen with friends, including Nico Kok, acting in a play called "Proces Douglas".

Page 30 of Album 5

File consists of page 30 of Album 5. There are three photographs on the page [P6736, P6737, P6738]. Taken in 1954 at the major seminary in Rijsenburg, the photos show Henri Nouwen's classmates, including Nico Kok, acting in a play. Included is a cast photo with Henri Nouwen standing in the back right. The annotation on the page reads: "Spelers en T.T.C."

Page 33 of Album 5

File consists of page 33 of Album 5. There are nine photographs on the page [P6756, P6757, P6758, P6759, P6760, P6761, P6762, P6763, P6764]. Taken in 1953, Henri Nouwen is seen with friends while travelling through the St. Andrews area of Scotland. Included in the photos are Fathers [Jan Wessers?] and [Frans van Roessel?], Brian Ahern and Aunt Nelly. The annotations on the page read: "[?] met studenten", "Monteviot House", "[?] fathers [Jan Wessers?] en [Frans van Roessel?]", "Brian 'in burger' bij Mrs Kane", "Aunt Nelly", "Brian aan boord", "bij de witte Paters", "Op weg naar Sint Andrews" and "Universiteit te Sint Andrews".

Page 2 of Album 5

File consists of page 2 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6580, P6581, P6582, P6583, P6584, P6585 P6586, P6587]. Taken in the late 1940s, Henri Nouwen is seen with friends taking part in various activities like cooking over a campfire and swimming in Valkenswaard.

P6581: Ferrie van Weers, Henri Nouwen, ?, ?, Theo van Adrichem, ?, ?, ?, ?, ?

P6582: Paul Riesselmann, Ferrie van Weers, Hein Bekkers, Ton Delemarre, Henri Nouwen, Hans van Moorsel, Leo Jansons

P6583: Henri Nouwen, Ferrie van Weers.

Page 10 of Album 5

File consists of page 10 of Album 5. There are four photographs on the page [P6638, P6639, P6640, P6641]. In the photos Laurien, Maria and Laurent Nouwen pose for a photo outside and Laurent J.M. Nouwen sits on a horse outside of the [Nouwen home?] while Lillenor Habvard looks on, in September 1948. Also included is a 1948 photo of Ferry [last name unknown] in a field with a view of the church at the minor seminary in Apeldoorn and a May 1947 photo of a crowd, including Harry and Truus Derkx (nee Ramselaar), sending off a boat. The annotations on the page read: "Ferry in Apeldoorn 1948" and "Mai 1947 Truus an Harry naar Curacao".

Page 12 of Album 5

File consists of page 12 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6647, P6648, P6649, P6650, P6651, P6652, P6653, P6654]. Taken during the summer of 1951 on a trip to Italy, Henri Nouwen is seen at various locations including in the mountains near Turin; ruins in Ostia; the Engelenburcht [Castel Sant'Angelo] in Rome; and the ancient city of Palestrina. The annotations on the page read: "Zomer 1951 Assisi poortje van [pro-civitate?]", "Zomer 1951 in de bergen bij Turijn met [Pietro Vatican?]", "Zomer 1950 met [Fiammetta?] naar Ostia", "1950 Ostia", "Op de Engelenburcht" and "boven Palestrina".

Page 13 of Album 5

File consists of page 13 of Album 5. There are six photographs on the page [P6655, P6656, P6657, P6658, P6659, P6660, P6661]. Taken during the summer of 1951 on a trip to Italy, Henri Nouwen is seen at various locations including the Archdiocesan Seminary of Naples and the commune of Castel San Pietro near Palestrina. Also included are shots of Assisi from Rocca Maggiore, the San Francesco monastery, and Henri Nouwen with Paulo and Luca [Cavatora?] at the Colosseum in 1950. The annotations on the page read: "1951 Seminario Maggiore Napels Capo-di-Monte met de [porties?]", "1951 Castel San Pietro boven Palestrina", "1951 Assisi [gezien?] vanaf de Rocca", "1951 Klooster der Conventuelen bij San Francesco in Assisi", "[?] Klooster van San Francesco" and "1950 Met Paolo en Luca bij ik Colloseum".

Page 15 of Album 5

File consists of page 15 of Album 5. There are four photographs on the page [P6670, P6671, P6672, P6673]. Taken in 1950 on a trip to Italy, Paulo and Luca [Cavatorta?] are seen at the Colosseum and Castel Sant'Angelo. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen in front of the Arch of Constantine in Rome. The annotations on the page read: "1950 Paulo en Luca op trappenvoor [it?] Coloseum", "Paulo en Luca op Castel san Angels 1950", "1950 Triumpf booj van Costatijn" and "Paulo en Luca op Castel S. Angels".

Page 17 of Album 5

File consists of page 17 of Album 5. There are four photographs on the page [P6677, P6678, P6679, P6680]. Taken in August 1948 on a trip to Belgium, Henri Nouwen is seen with Madame [de Wasserge?] and friend, Didier, in the Oise valley region, near the Lesse River and at the cliffs of Dinant. The page annotations read: "1948 Op vacantie in Napels bij Madame [de Wasserge?]", "Madame [de Wasserge?] en Didier op de brug over de Oise", "Dal van de Oise","In de Lesse" and "Bij Dinant aan de Lesse".

Page 18 of Album 5

File consists of page 18 of Album 5. There are four photographs on the page [P6681, P6682, P6683, P6684]. Taken during his summer holidays in 1951, Henri Nouwen is seen with Nouwen family friends, the Eygenraams, in Viterbo. The page annotation reads: “Met tante Lenie, Oom Karel, Wim en Carla met de trein naar Viterbo” [With aunt Lenie, uncle Karel, Wim and Carla from Rome by train to Viterbo].

Page 23 of Album 5

File consists of page 23 of Album 5. There are four photographs on the page [P6702, P6703, P6704, P6705]. Included are photos of Henri, Maria, and Laurien Nouwen with Truus Derkx (nee Nouwen) and Hetty Berghs (nee Nouwen) in 1950; Maria and Laurien Nouwen with a bicycle in 1950; and Henri Nouwen in a scouts uniform with friends.

Page 26 of Album 5

File consists of page 26 of Album 5. There are nine photographs on the page [P6712, P6713, P6714, P6715, P6716, P6717, P6718, P6719, P6720]. Taken in August 1952 while on vacation with Boeb van der Hoorn while visiting Pastor [Scheiderberg?], the photos consist primarily of scenic shots around the the Lemé and Liesse-Notre-Dame communes in the Picardy region of France. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen with the Francois and Liesje Tombeur in Antwerp, Belgium where he spent the night while travelling to France.The annotations on the page read: "Vacantie Aug 1952. Met Boeb van der Hoorn bij Pastoor Scheiderberg in Lemé" [Vacation August 1952 with Boeb van der Hoorn at Pastor Scheiderber's in Lemé], "Op doorreis naar Lemé een nachtje in Antwerpen bij Mijnheer en Mevr Tombeur", "Met de trein van Brussel naar S. Quentin", "De pastorie in Lemé van voren", "van achteren", "de pastoor 'pastor angelicus", "In de tuin", "naar Marles", "Kerk van Liesse" and "naar Laon op achtergrond Kathedraal".

Page 29 of Album 5

File consists of page 29 of Album 5. There are five photographs on the page [P6731, P6732, P6733, P6734, P6735]. Taken in 1954 at the major seminary in Rijsenburg, the photos show Henri Nouwen's classmates, including Nico Kok, acting in a play. The annotation on the page reads: "Eerste toneelstuk in Rijsenburg "School der dapperen"" [First play in Rijsenburg "School of the brave"].

Page 34 of Album 5

File consists of page 34 of Album 5. There are five photographs on the page [P6757, P6766, P6767, P6768, P6769]. Taken in the early to mid-1950s, Henri Nouwen is seen with alone and with friends in St Andrew's, Scotland and Venice, Italy. Also included is a photo of soccer game in Warmond, Netherlands in 1954 and a group photo, in which Laurent J.M., Maria and Henri Nouwen appear, taken in May 1953 while celebrating Truus Ramselaar's 25th anniversary as a nun. The annotations on the page read: "Sint Andrews", "Venetie Mai 1954" and "Zomer 1954 [?] Warmond".

P6769: (Standing) Wim Ramselaar, Nel Laumans (nee Ramselaar), Quirin Laumans, Lien Otto (nee Ramselaar), Jaap Otto, Henri Nouwen, Jo Ramselaar (nee Peskens), Tennis Ramselaar
(Sitting) Rie Ramselaar (nee Letscherts), Mary Ramselaar (nee Schless), Kees Ramselaar, Toon Ramselaar, Truus Ramselaar, Maria Nouwen, Laurent J.M. Nouwen.

Page 35 of Album 5

File consists of page 35 of Album 5. There is 1 envelope [P6770] on the page. The letter is addressed to "Den [illegible] Henri Nouwen [Illegible] Seminarie Rijsenburg" and addressed from "Kok v.d. Meij. Gedipl. Fotograaf. Hoogewoerd 35. Telef. 23566 - LEIDEN".

Certificate for Tonsure

Item consists of a certificate from Archbishop Bernardus Johannes Alfrink, dated July 18, 1954 , which certifies that Nouwen has received his tonsure (a symbolic cutting of the hair during the process of being ordained). Received while Nouwen was studying at the seminary to be ordained.

Certificate for the reception of the first two minor orders

Item consists of a certificate from Archbishop Bernardus Johannes Alfrink, dated November 14, 1954, which certifies that Nouwen has received the first two minor orders (Porter and Lector; Latin: priores). Received while Nouwen was studying at the seminary to be ordained.

Page 1 of Album 5

File consists of page 1 of Album 5. There are two photographs on the page [P6578, P6579]. Taken in Scheveningen, the Netherlands during the late 1940s the photos include Laurent, Henri, Maria, Laurien and Paul Nouwen outside of their home in Schevenigen at Nieuwe Duinweg 20; and Laurent, Maria and Laurien Nouwen at the beach.

Page 3 of Album 5

File consists of page 3 of Album 5. There are six photographs on the page [P6588, P6589, P6590, P6591, P6592, P6593]. Taken in the late 1940s, in the Netherlands, the photos consist of Henri Nouwen and friends taking part in various outdoor activities. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen bathing [in a river?].

Page 7 of Album 5

File consists of page 7 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6617, P6618, P6619, P6620, P6621, P6622, P6623]. Taken during the late 1940s the photos include Henri Nouwen on a boat; Henri Nouwen in a portrait wearing his Boy Scout uniform; people, possibly including Henri Nouwen, dressed-up as Zwarte Piet (Black Pete) during a Sint Nicolaas festival in Amersfoort; and Henri Nouwen at the minor seminary in Apeldoorn, Netherlands in 1949. The annotations on the page read: "1949" and "Op toren bij [struck out] v Seminarie Apeldoorn".

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