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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections File
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Zola, Émile, L’assommoir

Zola, Émile, L’assommoir. Drame en cinq actes et neuf tableaux [adaptation de William Busnach et Octave Gastineau], avec une préface d’Émile Zola et un dessin de Georges Clairin, Paris, G. Charpentier, 1881. Original wrappers. Poor condition

Zola, Émile, Jacques Damour, 2 copies

Zola, Émile, Jacques Damour. Pièce en un acte. Tirée de la nouvelle d’Émile Zola par Léon Hennique, Paris, G. Charpentier et Cie, 1887. Original wrappers – stage copy marked «D». With wet stamp «Le Théâtre Libre». Second copy: 1925.

Zola notes

Zola's preparatory notes (photocopy) for his article, "Aux meres heureuses" (Le Figaro, 18 April 1891), from the Le Blond collection.
There is also a transcription of the notes and a letter from Alain Pages to Sanders, dated 13 February 2007, thanking Sanders for sending the text.

Zaken die God raken

File consists of twenty-three editions of the Dutch newsletter, "Zaken die God raken" [Matters that concern God]. These editions date from February/March 1990 to April/May 1994. The publication was released six times per year.

York Central Hospital - May 9, 1991

File consists of correspondence with Gordon Schmidt, regarding Nouwen speaking to the Unit Chaplains at York Central Hospital, Richmond Hill, Ontario. Nouwen spoke on his own experience with pastoral care when he was a patient at the Hospital.

York Central Hospital - June 3, 1992

File consists of correspondence and other material regarding Nouwen's address to clergy and medical personnel at York Central Hospital. The theme of the address was "Caring for the Whole Person: the Relationship between Spirituality and Medical Care." Includes outline entitled "Care for the Whole Person," notes in Nouwen's hand entitled "Spirituality of the Caregiver," and a news clipping on the death of Tony Perkins. Also includes a handwritten manuscript in Dutch by Nouwen and a draft history of L'Arche in German, not by Nouwen.

Yonge Street Mission - May 25, 1994

File consists of correspondence regarding Nouwen speaking at the Yonge Street Mission "Staff Day Away." The theme of Nouwen's talk was "Spiritual Formation." The talk took place at St. George the Martyr Anglican Church, Toronto, Ontario.

Yale University benefits

File consists of a booklet entitled "Your Personal Statements of Benefits" from Yale University for Nouwen.

Yale Divinity School - Keynote Address - March 30, 31, 1995

File consists of correspondence, from Margaret Farley, and other material regarding Nouwen's participation as the keynote speaker for a symposium on "Mental Retardation: Ethical, Theological, and Pastoral Issues" at Yale Divinity School, New Haven, Connecticut. The symposium was sponsored by the Yale Divinity School in conjunction with the 1995 World Special Olympics. Nouwen's address was entitled "The Witness of Persons with Mental Retardation." Nouwen was accompanied to the event by Joe Vorstermans and Bill Van Buren. Includes list of speakers, schedule, name tag, meal tickets and campus and building maps.

Writings on Ireland

File consists of a spiral-bound notebook with handwritten prose by Henri Nouwen, possibly in part or whole draft of articles on Ireland.

Writing workshop - England, February 1992

File consists of material from a writing workshop in England given by Bart Gavigan in 1992. This material includes a brochure for "An Advanced Screenplay Writing Workshop with Bart Gavigan" by the South Park Community Trust, February 19-22, 1992; a photocopy of notes (not by Nouwen) of the workshop; and Nouwen's handwritten notes.

Writing in England - July 31 - August 30, 1992

File consists of Nouwen's handwritten notes entitled "What is at risk?" regarding possible book on the circus (trapeze). Includes travel itinerary for the month of August, a news clipping in Dutch, and a letter from Morag Reeve, editor, requesting to meet with Nouwen while he is in London, England.

Writing Requests

File consists of requests by correspondents asking to reproduce or use Nouwen's work, or provide endorsements. They have been numbered and include:

  1. James Hoover on behalf of InterVarsity Press (Downers Grove, IL). January 21, 1985, requesting a blurb for a book by Eugene H. Peterson.
  2. W. Dayton Roberts on behalf of World Vision International (Monrovia, CA), regarding publishing excerpts from Nouwen's prologue to Gustavo Gutierrez's "We Drink from our own Wells". November 16, 1984.
  3. Beck Laird, on behalf of Harper & Row Publishers (San Francisco CA) requesting a blurb for Wes Granberg-Michaelson’s “A Worldly Spirituality”. August 14, 1984.
  4. Jacqueline McMakin on behalf of Partners Community (Washington, DC) requesting a blurb for her book "Doorways to Christian Growth" . February 25, 1984.

Worship schedule

File consists of a facsimile from Kathy Christie to Bruce Rowat with Nouwen's schedule for Holy Week, faxes between Christie and Rowat regarding Nouwen's schedule, and copies of Nouwen's spring and fall worship schedules for 1993, as well as a letter from Henri Nouwen and the pastoral team regarding Advent 1993 worship.

World thanksgiving file

File consists of a letter from Peter Stewart regarding Nouwen reviewing and commenting upon the attached “Declaration for Thanksgiving”.

Word Book Publishers

File consists of business correspondence concerning the publication of books, Nouwen's visit to Waco (TX), and the possibility of giving the 1987 Bond Lecture in Waco.

Wolff, Pierre, Jacques Bouchard

Wolff, Pierre, Jacques Bouchard, pièce en un acte, en prose, Paris, Tresse & Stock, 1980. – With a dedicace: «A André Antoine, sans grandes phrases, sans protester autrement d’une amitié sincère, je signe, votre bon camarade bien dévoué, Pierre Wolff.»

Witness for peace file

File consists of material relating to Witness for Peace, includes newsletters, Witness for Peace Hotline, letters to Nouwen, copies of newspaper articles, brochures published by Witness for Peace and Draft #1 of Bitter Witnesses: Nicaraguans and the ‘covert’ war by Witness for Peace.

Witness for Peace booklet

File consists of booklet "Kidnapped by the Contras: The Peace Flotilla on the Rio San Juan, Nicaragua" published by the Witness for Peace Documentation Project. It has been annotated "file: Witness for Peace."

Wesleyan University - April 7, 1981

File consists of a letter, from John Tivenan, confirming an invitation to celebrate a liturgy with the Wesleyan University community, Middletown, Connecticut.

Werkgroep Ark-Nederland - June 16 - 19, 1994

File consists of correspondence, mainly with Elizabeth Bezemer, and other material, regarding Nouwen's leadership at a L'Arche retreat in Holland during the first week in June of 1994. Includes a postcard and a flyer.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1975, while he was working at Yale University (New Haven, CT); and travelling extensively within North America.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1978, while he was working at Yale University (New Haven, CT); including a thirty day retreat from January to February in Lyon, France.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1979, while he was working at Yale University (New Haven, CT); including seven months from February 17 – August 27 spent at the Abbey of the Genesee.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1985, while he was working at Harvard University, and L'Arche Trosly-Breuil; including several trips to France and Boston from August to December.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1990, while he was living at L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON); including a retreat at L'Arche Trosly-Breuil (France) for a week in January.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1993, while he was living at L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON); including trips made to Holland, Germany, and Switzerland, and across North America.

Weekly calendar

File consists of Nouwen’s weekly calendar from 1994, while he was living at L'Arche Daybreak (Richmond Hill, ON); including trips to Ukraine in August; and Holland in December. Also includes photocopies of the months of October to December, made prior to the original being completed; most likely in anticipation of Nouwen’s absence from Daybreak.

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