File consists of two letters from Ivan Dyer and a draft of a paper he wrote about a Rembrandt painting. File also includes copies of two typed letters from Nouwen, one of them long. Nouwen comments on a quote Dyer includes in the paper that Nouwen does not remember saying and does not like.
File consists of four letters from Bob (Robert) Durback. File also includes a letter from Laura L. Netzler (a friend of Durback), a copy of an advertisement for Durback's book Seeds of Hope, and copy of a letter to Durback from D.v. of Mepkin Abbey (Moncks Corner, SC) regarding Seeds of Hope.
File consists of a letter with a note attached from Rudolf Dischler, writing from Freiburg, Germany, regarding albs Nouwen is ordering for six altar boys at L'Arche Daybreak. File also includes copies of two typed letters from Nouwen (one addressed to Franz Dischinger), and four pages of his hand-written notes with measurements.
File consists of two letters from John Dear, S.J., expressing appreciation for Nouwen's writing. File also includes a copy of a newspaper article about Dear's arrest at a demonstration about homelessness, his reflections on this experience, a booklet he wrote called "Jean Donovan: The Call to Discipleship, and an article he wrote called "Disarming the Arms Bazaar."
File consists of three letters from Sr. Raymonda De Lombaerda, writing from Kortrijk, Belgium. File also contain a copy of a typed letter of response from Connie Ellis, Nouwen's administrative assistant.
File consists of two letters and a postcard from Brad Colby. File also contains a letter from Ed Colby, Brad's father expressing appreciation to Nouwen for helping him understand Brad's choice to live at L'Arche.
File consists of a letter of response to The Most Reverend Robert B. (Bishop) Clune from Nouwen regarding communion and non-Catholics at L'Arche Daybreak. The incoming letter to this correspondence is not in the file.