File consists of a letter and a form letter from John August Swanson, including a calendar, an example of his cover art and order form, a flier about his work, copies of three articles related to the circus, and a blank card featuring his artwork and an order form.
File consists of two letters from Tony M. Miglionico, expressing appreciation for Nouwen's writing and inquiring about the Rembrandt poster of "The Return of the Prodigal Son". File also includes a prayer card with the image of the 'Shroud of Turin'.
File consists of a letter from Br. Michael O'Neill McGrath, (OSFS), including descriptions of paintings created by McGrath and an order of service entitled "The Transformations of Sr. Thea". File includes a typed letter of response from Kathy Christie, Nouwen's administrative assistant.
File consists of two notes from Peggy McDonnell, as well as letters from related donors, copies of cheques and donor lists. File also includes a typed letter of response from Kathy Christie, Nouwen's administrative assistant, and a Christmas card from McDonnell's relatives to Nouwen.
File consists of three letters from Therese Hour, including a copy of a letter from Hour to an editor of an unnamed publication and request form for information about L'Arche. File also includes a copy of a typed letter from Nouwen.
File consists of seven letters from Bob Durback, some of them faxed copies and one also addressed to Lydia Banducci. File also includes the original and a typed copy of a letter from Joyce Hanscom Lorntz; a letter and a postcard to Kathy Christie, Nouwen's administrative assistant; a copy of a letter from Durback to Jean Blake at the National Catholic Reporter; a copy of a letter from Durback to Br. Edward O'Donnell, OCD, editor of Spiritual Life; copies of two letters from O'Donnell to Durback; a copy of an article by Mitch Finley called "A Father's Day Requiem"; and a draft and a published copy of a letter to the editor of the National Catholic Reporter from Durback regarding Finley. File also includes a copy of a typed letter from Christie, and a copy of a typed letter from Nouwen, and photographs of Mepkin Abbey and Durback.
File consists of two letters from Connie and Kees de Baat, writing from Austria, a photograph of Connie, and a photograph of Kees. File also includes a copy of a typed letter from Nouwen, which mentions his brother Paul.
File consists of a letter from (Dr.) Kathy (Katherine H.) Barnes, of the Counseling Center, Georgia Baptist Medical Center, including her business card and information about her daughter, also named Katherine.
File consists of a letter from Jim Towey and a wedding invitation from Towey and his fiancee Mary Griffith for February 19 at Saint Joseph's Church on Capitol Hill. File also includes a photograph of Jim and Mary standing with nuns and priests at their wedding, and a photograph of Jim and Mary with Mother Theresa.
File consists of three letters (two sent together) from Barbara and Jeffrey Ernst Prey and a birth announcement for their daughter Emily Elizabeth. File also includes two photographs of Jeffrey with their son Austin.
File consists of two letters from Plan International regarding the annual progress of Nouwen's foster child Elvis Porcel and his family in Bolivia, and a letter from Porcel written in Spanish and translated into English. File also includes photographs of Porcel and his family.
File consists of four letters and a card from Mary Elizabeth O'Brien, expressing appreciation for Nouwen's writing and discussing her work as a nurse researcher exploring physical and psychosocial coping in life threatening illness, including HIV/AIDS. File also includes a letter from O'Brien to Doubleday requesting her first letter be forwarded to Nouwen, photocopies of pages from her books where she quotes Nouwen, a few pages and an outline (in draft form) of a book in progress showing how she wants to incorporate Nouwen's ideas, and photographs of the AIDS memorial quilt (organized through The NAMES Project, San Francisco, CA). File also includes a copy of a typed letter from Nouwen.
File consists of a card with letter enclosed from Paula Diane Nesbitt, including an invitation to her ordination; the order of service for her ordination; a copy of the sermon preached at her ordination; an order of service for a 'Catholic Women's Prayer Service' (February 27, 1992); and a copy of a "Reflection" by Alice Stefaniak.
File consists of a letter from Bob (Bobby) Massie, and a form letter from Bob and Dana Massie (and family). File also includes a copy of a sermon by Dana Massie delivered at the Hooding Service, Boston University, School of Theology on May 17, 1992.
File consists of four letters from Rose Marciano Lucey and a bulletin for a prayer service for people living with AIDS and their families. File also includes a copy of a letter from Lucey to Dr. Robert Mueller, a copy of a letter from Mueller to Lucey, and a photograph of Lucey and Maria [last name unknown].
File consists of two postcards and a business card with a note on the reverse from Virginia R. (Winkie) and (Rev.) Preston T. (Pete) Kelsey, a photocopy of a cheque from Virginia made out to Daybreak, and 18 photographs of Virginia's artwork (stone and bronze pieces).
File consists of a photo card containing a birth announcement from Nick Glenn and Beth Lynes about their new son Jonathan Andrew, born on September 4, 1992. Card contains a personal note to Nouwen on the back.
File consists of four letters and a form letter from Bill and Sandra Bussiere, including a copy of an album for their nephew, Andrew. File also includes a formal invitation to the 40th Annual National Prayer Breakfast with the President of the United States; a letter from Ted Stevens, on behalf of the National Prayer Breakfast Congressional Executive Committee; a pamphlet and flyer for Hotel Pullman Highland (Washington, DC); a hotel reservation form; and a tentative schedule for the National Prayer Breakfast event.