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Henri Nouwen fonds Dossier
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Preliminary notes for a proposed colloquium on spirituality - April 10, 1985

File consists of a single page of typed notes relating to a proposed Spirituality Colloquium. Possible dates for the colloquium were early November, 1985 or late February, 1986 and works by Mary Hennessey, Gordon Kaufman, James Luther Adams and Nouwen are several of the possible speakers. Someone has written two names, Paulette and Jim Blair and their contact numbers on the upper right hand corner. It does not appear that this Colloquium was ever launched.

Photoduplication records - 1984 - 1985

File consists of photocopied receipts and copy orders for two photoduplication offices at Harvard University, the Harvard University Central Copy Service and the Legal Copy Center.

Lists of speaking engagements 1984, 1985

File consists of typed and photocopied lists of Nouwen's extra-curricular lecturing between 1984 and 1985. Included in the list for 1985 is a list of Nouwen's publications slated for the spring and summer of 1985. It is quite likely that Nouwen included these speaking schedules in his annual report to the Dean of Harvard Divinity School to illustrate his academic activities and personal productivity.

Letter to friends announcing resignation - July 6, 1985

File consists of a letter written by Nouwen on July 6, 1985 to his friends announcing his resignation from Harvard Divinity School and outlining his plans to visit a L'Arche community in France and revisit Central and South America in the coming years. Nouwen gives his new address at the Maryknoll Residence in Cambridge, MA indicating that his assistant Peter Weiskel will maintain an office there.

Letter of resignation from Harvard Divinity School

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2270
  • Dossier
  • [between April - May 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a copy of a handwritten draft by Nouwen and the final typed letter addressed to George Rupp, the Dean of Harvard Divinity School. The final letter is dated May 9, 1985. In the letter, Nouwen submits his resignation from Harvard and mentions the changing direction in his vocation.

Job description for office assistant to Nouwen

File consists of three copies of a job description for a position as Nouwen's office assistant. This statement was most likely typed by Peter Weiskel and is dated as April 18, 1985. David LeBlanc is stated as being the current office assistant.

Housing information for 11A Ware Street, #21, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1983

File consists of correspondence and a newsletter relating to Nouwen's residency while at Harvard Divinity School at 11A Ware Street, #21, Cambridge, Massachusetts. This includes:
-letters dating from April 6, 1983 to September 23, 1983 from the City of Cambridge Rent Control Board and Harvard Real Estate Inc. to Nouwen regarding a dispute he was involved in over rent increases
-a notice to tenants dated December 5, 1983 of a lock change due to an armed robbery
-an issue of "The HRE Newsletter" (Harvard Real Estate) dated July - August, 1983.

Harvard University

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2265
  • Dossier
  • 1984 - 1985, predominant 1984
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of documents, forms, receipts and correspondence related to Nouwen's role as a professor affiliated with Harvard University, as opposed to Harvard Divinity School. They include:
-statement of account from Harvard University's General Accounts Receivable dated April 30, 1985
-schedule for Commencement ceremony at Harvard University dated June 7, 1984
-letter from Harvard's General Account Receivable dated May 18, 1984
-invoice from HUSC Customer charges dated 6, March, 1984
-loan receipt from the Fogg Art Museum at Harvard University regarding Nouwen's Madonna statue. An annotation by Peter Weiskel states that the statue was returned January 23, 1984
-Harvard University parking form, listing Nouwen's silver Honda. Undated
-information booklet regarding Harvard University's Business Travel Accident Insurance plan for faculty and staff. Undated
-advertisement from Harvard University Employees' Credit Union. Undated
-pamphlet from Harvard University's Tax Deferred Annuity and Investment Program. Undated
-advertisement for seminars on University staff benefits and privileges. Undated.

Harvard Divinity School - faculty and program development

File consists of documents from various officials at Harvard Divinity School in 1984. These documents and memos may relate to Nouwen's function as a chair on a hiring committee and to his specific interest in non-religious institutional ministry.
The first document is a 1984 report from Harvard Divinity School's Field Education Program, which describes the field-experience of graduating Masters of Divinity students, as well as providing statistical information and a list of urban institutions available for field placement.
The second group of documents are dated between May, 1984 and July 1985 and deal with search committees looking to fill positions in four areas of the school's program, namely:
-Afro-American Religious Traditions
-Archaeology and Biblical Studies
-Christian Historical Theology
and
-Jewish Studies.
The final document is a directory of Harvard Divinity School Faculty and Staff for the academic year of 1984 - 1985.

Miscellaneous administrative materials

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2263
  • Dossier
  • 1982 - 1985, predominant 1983
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of correspondence, office memos, and official university documents from Harvard Divinity School, from 1983 to 1985, including:
-Nouwen's official appointment as Professor of Divinity and Horace de Y. Lentz Lecturer, dated January 17, 1983
-copy of the Harvard University Gazette for January 28, 1983 containing an article on Nouwen
-course proposals for the spring semesters of 1983 and 1984 (Nouwen did not end up teaching these courses)
-revised listings for school catalogue for the spring terms of 1983 - 1984 describing two courses, Introduction to the Spiritual Life and Spiritual Life and Spiritual Direction. (Nouwen did not end up teaching during the spring semester of 1983)
-pamphlet of Harvard Divinity School Events for 1983, including "Mission and Reverse Mission: Impressions of Peru" on Tuesday, March 15, 1983, and "In Search of a Contemporary Spirituality", on Monday, April 11, 1983
-A class schedule for the spring semester of 1983 (Nouwen did not teach any courses that semester)
-issue of "The Nave: Harvard Divinity School News"
-pamphlet for Harvard Divinity School's Women's Studies in Religion Program
-a typed report dated April 8, 1983 from the campus group EHDS, Evangelicals at Harvard Divinity School
-small typed report on the history of Harvard Divinity School from Emily Preston
-a memo from Dottie Lewis regarding new forms that were required for travelling professors filing expense reports. This memo is dated February 23, 1984
-photocopies of cheques dated between September 17, 1982 to August 18, 1984
-five-page document listing Harvard Divinity School Committee Assignments for the academic year of 1984 - 1985. Nouwen is listed as a member of the Committee on Worship
-typed note from Peter Weiskel to 'Rusty' dated May 7, 1984 listing the institutional affiliations of the students of Nouwen's two classes for 1984, Introduction to the Spiritual Life and Ministry and the Spiritual Life
-two letters, one from Peter Weiskel, and one from Nouwen announcing Nouwen's resignation and move to Maryknoll Residence in Cambridge, Massachusetts.

Cassette tape duplication - 1984

File consists of handwritten notes and a typed handout for Nouwen's 1984 class Introduction to the Spiritual Life. These notes are regarding efforts by Nouwen's teaching assistants to collect audio recordings of Nouwen's lectures and duplicate them to sell to students. This file includes several lists of Nouwen's lecture schedule and the date they were given. Of interest is the fact that one list indicates the division of lectures onto separate tapes. It appears that the assistants to group the guest lecture presentations (Jean Vanier and Br. David Steindl-Rast) together. This file also contains a typed handout distributed in class mentioning the availability of the cassette tapes.

Course proposals and monastic communities list

File consists of a bound volume of typed and annotated course proposals, a proposal for a program in Christian Spirituality and a list of local monastic communities. These course proposals are heavily annotated by Nouwen and also contain tentative schedules by Nouwen of what courses he was hoping to teach for upcoming terms. These course proposals can be dated to Nouwen's early years at Yale Divinity School, from 1971 to 1976, and include proposals for Pastoral Care, Christian Spirituality, Discipline and Discipleship, Hospitality, Ministry and Spirituality (1975), and The Life and Works of Thomas Merton (1976). Proposals also include courses which Nouwen did not eventually teach, namely:
-Human Development in Religious Perspective (an undergraduate course for the fall semester of 1973),
-On the Spirituality of the Desert Fathers (may have developed into Hesychasm),
-Seminar on Benedictine and Cistercian Spirituality (may have developed into The Life and Works of Thomas Merton, Hesychasm),
-Seminar on the concept of "Memoria Christi" (may have developed into Compassion, Ministry and Spirituality),
and
-Ministry to People in Special Circumstances (later taught Ministry to the Elderly and Prison Ministry).

Cohen and Powell Movers

File consists of notes, invoices, contacts and correspondence between Cohen & Powell Inc. movers, Nouwen, and his administrative assistant, Carol Plantinga, regarding Nouwen's move from his home in 51 Livingston Street, New Haven, CT to the Abbey of the Genesee in Piffard, NY in 1981.

The Catholic Students at Y.D.S.

File consists of two drafts and two typescripts of a reflection by Nouwen on the history of Catholic students at Yale Divinity School. The date of this work is not clear. In addition to the article there are two pages of criticism by people who read and edited the piece. The first page is a typed response by Margaret Farley. The other page contains handwritten responses from two separate people, one being female. The comments are generally negative and challenge Nouwen's interpretation of the Catholic community at Yale.

Catholic Students Association at Yale Divinity School

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2257
  • Dossier
  • 1977 - 1979, predominant 1979
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of correspondence, updates, newsletters and lists of Roman Catholic students related to the student organization, Catholic Students Association at Yale Divinity School. It appears Nouwen was a patron of the organization and requested that he be kept informed of any developments in the organization. It also seems he donated a piece of work: "The Spiritual Director: A Practical Guide" by Damien Isabell, to the organization, so they could distribute it to all the Roman Catholic students at Yale Divinity School. The majority of materials refer to the academic year of 1979. Prominent members of the organization included David Lamarre-Vincent, Nancy Heslin, and George Noonan.

Letter from Rev. James C. Buckley

File consists of a two page carbon copy of a letter written to Nouwen in his capacity as a professor at the University of Notre Dame from Rev. James C. Buckley, C.S.C., Farley Hall on February 26, 1966. The letter is a reflection on Nouwen's Evaluation of Clinical Pastoral Training at Topeka State Hospital.

Department of Psychology faculty calendar and program proposal

File consists of two documents. The first is a six-page typed calendar for Notre Dame's Department of Psychology. This document outlines the faculty of the department, the undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as a list of course descriptions, including course codes and the name of the professor who was teaching the course. Nouwen is listed in this document as an Assistant Professor.
The second document appears to be a copy of a proposal for developing a program of Psychological Training and Psychological Services at the University of Notre Dame. This document mentions that a proposed psychological clinic would provide "the personnel and potentialities for the training of those religious at Notre Dame and elsewhere who have the responsibility of dealing with troubled students." The document also mentions the value of offering summer courses to train religious working as counselors at the university. The author of this document is unknown.

Bills, invitations and correspondence regarding University of Notre Dame events, 1967

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-2-2254
  • Dossier
  • February 2 - May 21, 1967
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of administrative records and correspondence between Nouwen and various priests for the year of 1967. These records and letters refer to three-day workshops for priests, as well as symposiums and lectures which Nouwen appears to have organised at the University of Notre Dame. This file also includes bills for providing food and beverages for the workshop as well as forms for reserving rooms for these events through Notre Dame's Center for Continuing Education.
Some of the lecturers of these events include Dr. Seward Hiltner, Rev. Eugene C. Kennedy and Fr. Kilian McDonnell. The records also indicate that Nouwen himself presented a paper, "The Priest and his Mental Health" during a symposium, 'Priests in Contemporary Society' on May 4, 1967.

Lecture notes and handouts for fall 1994 lecture course

File consists of a bound volume of typed lecture summary notes and typed and photocopied handouts, some of which have been annotated by Nouwen. In addition to a course syllabus, class list, small discussion group list, and class schedule, the bound volume has been divided up into 10 sections, each relating to a theme explored in each class, each containing lecture notes and handouts. They are History with God, Concept of the Heart,Claiming our Belovedness, Intercessory Prayer, Community in the Spiritual Life, Forgiveness in Community, Celebration of Community, Compassion in Ministry, Healing in Ministry, and Dying and Ministry.
Photocopied materials by Nouwen include:
-"Solitude and Community", "Prayer and Thought" (from Clowning in Rome)
-"Being the Beloved" (from Life of the Beloved)
-"Jesus the Compassionate God" (from "Letters to Marc about Jesus")
-"God with Us" (from "Compassion")
-"The Wounded Healer"
-"Who We Are" (from "Here and Now: Living in the Spirit")
Other handouts include:
-Kallistos Ware's "The Power of the Name: The Function of the Jesus Prayer"
-Psalm 131
-Igumen Hariton of Valamo's "The Art of Prayer"
-"Meditation" [author unknown]
-Elizabeth O'Connor's "The Covenant Community"
-"Getting into the Ark" [author unknown] (about L'Arche)
-excerpts from Jean Vanier's "Community and Growth"
-excerpts from Elizabeth O'Connor's "Search for Silence"
-excerpts from Stephen Levine's "Healing into Life and Death"
-excerpts from Sheila Cassidy's "Light from the Dark Valley"

Handouts for fall 1994 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2250
  • Dossier
  • [between May - December 11 1994]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of photocopied articles and book excerpts which were used as handouts for Nouwen's course. Material by Nouwen includes excerpts from: "Here and Now: Living in the Spirit", "The Wounded Healer", "Letters to Marc about Jesus", "Compassion", "Solitude and Community" and "With Open Hands".
The remaining handouts include:
-Kallistos Ware's "The Power of the Name: The Function of the Jesus Prayer" and "Silence in Prayer: The Meaning of Hesychia"
-Sheila Cassidy's "Light from the Dark Valley"
-Stephen Levine's "Healing into Life and Death"
-Elizabeth O'Connor's "Search for Silence" and "The Covenant Community"
-Jean Vanier's "Community and Growth"
-Dietrich Bonhoeffer's "Life Together"
-"Getting into the Ark" [author unknown]

Handouts and lecture summaries for fall 1994 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2249
  • Dossier
  • Handouts and lecture summaries for fall 1994 lecture course [textual record] -- [between May - December 1994]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of typed lecture summary notes which Nouwen most likely distributed to his students as handouts throughout the class. There appears to be a master copy on heavier paper for each handout which was used to make photocopies. There are also multiple copies of handouts as well, including Nouwen and Sue Mosteller's "Sacred History" (biography), course outlines, class schedules, and assignment guidelines.

Handouts for twelve-week course on prayer

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2248
  • Dossier
  • January 31 - April 18, 1994
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a series of typed and photocopied handouts ranging over a twelve week period. These handouts follow a format of guided meditation and in-depth prayer techniques. Each handout contains a written assignment and reading assignment, one of which is Nouwen's "Life of the Beloved". These materials were most likely used as preparation for Nouwen's 1994 course at Regis College.

Lecture notes on St. John and the Word

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2247a
  • Dossier
  • [October - December 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of one handwritten page of notes, likely for a lecture. Nouwen begins the notes with reference to St. John and then goes on with notes on the Word, Opposing the Word, Accepting the Word, and Friendship with the Incarnate Word. With reference to opposing the Word, Nouwen writes about how the 'Word is light shining into the darkness' and places the word in reference to light, truth, and life. With reference to accepting the word, Nouwen discusses the themes of faith and prayer. There are Biblical names listed under 'Friendship with the Incarnate Word', and these include The Baptist, John and Andrew, Martha and Mary, Lazarus, John, and Peter. Nouwen final point is as follows: "Point of arrival: not a theory - but a new kind of intimacy with the Lord."

Lecture notes and handouts for 1985 summer course

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten lecture notes, typed lecture summary notes and typed and photocopied handouts. In addition to a syllabus, class list and bibliography, the volume contains typed lecture summary notes that are only slightly modified from the Harvard lectures. The handwritten lecture notes contained in this bound volume, however, appear to be the original outlines Nouwen used during his lecturing.
A number of items were filed loosely into this bound volume. They are:
-4 pages of photocopied excerpts from Nouwen's Genesee Diary
-4 copies of 'Loving the Enemy' Scripture References
-1 sheet of handwritten scriptural quotes from the Gospel of Luke by Nouwen
-a three page computer print-out dated October 29, 1985 [blank]

Letter from Nouwen to students of 1985 summer lecture course

File consists of a three page letter from Nouwen addressed to students from his Boston College summer course. The letter is dated October 7, 1985 and was written from L'Arche Daybreak. In the letter Nouwen reflects on the experiences of the course and also discusses the objectives of L'Arche. Nouwen asks his students to keep the organization in mind when ministering to people in their own communities and asks his students to "help me make it better known". The letter also includes three locations of contact, L'Arche Daybreak, the Maryknoll Residence at Cambridge, MA, and the L'Arche community of Trosly-Breuil in France.

Handout of Taizé songs

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2243
  • Dossier
  • [between July 18 - 19, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of one photocopied handout. The handout contains 14 verses of a Taizé song. This handout only appears as a part this summer course.

Handout of Night Prayer for 1985 summer course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2242
  • Dossier
  • [between July 18 - 19, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of one photocopied handout. The handout contains directions to a prayer service titled "Night Prayer". This lecture handout only appears as a part this summer course.

Self-evaluation form handout for 1985 summer course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2239
  • Dossier
  • [between July 15 - 17, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of a one-page handout titled "Introduction to the Spiritual Life Self-evaluation Form." This form has been adapted from similar forms distributed by Nouwen to his students at Harvard. The form contains four questions. They are:

  1. Have you been faithful in attendance at the large lecture/discussion meetings in McGuinn Auditorium, excepting necessary absences of which the staff was advised? What have you found most helpful and how would you describe our unfinished agenda?
  2. Have you been faithful in small group attendance and participation? In what ways has this been fruitful and/or frustrating for you?
  3. Have you begun to write, to preserve a journal of the Spirit in your life? Are patterns emerging? In what sense is this discipline easy or difficult? Have you chosen a person to read your journal?
  4. How is your reading of John's gospel witness to Jesus been going? In what ways has it reinforced or expanded your views about Jesus? What difficulties have arisen?

Handouts on Intimacy for 1985 summer course

File consists of two handouts of typed lecture summaries. The first handout is titled "Intimacy (Part I)" and contains the label "Handout # 34" on the upper right. This is a copy that appears in Nouwen's 1985 course at Harvard Divinity School. A slightly modified form appears in the bound volume of handouts and lecture notes for Nouwen's 1985 Boston College course.
The second handout is a two page double-sided handout titled "Intimacy (Part II)". This handout does not contain a numbered label.

Some Reflexions on studying the Word

File consists of typed original handouts related to studying the Word. It is possible these handouts were made for Nouwen's Introduction to the Spiritual Life courses. The packet includes handouts with the following titles: Listening to the Word, Speaking the Word, Reading the Word, Writing the Word. Nouwen gives his reflections on the topic, and quotes many different Bible verses in his discussions. These handouts were used in a course taught at Boston College in 1985, as well as a course taught at Harvard. This particular collection is likely Nouwen's original copy, and the handouts in other files were made from this copy.

Reading the Word handout for 1985 summer course

File consists of a double-sided page of photocopied lecture summary notes. The handout is labelled "Reading the Word" on one side and "Spiritual Reading (Appendix)" on the other.

Speaking the Word handout for 1985 summer course

File consists of two pages of photocopied lecture handouts. The first sheet is titled "Speaking" and in the upper right-hand corner is labelled "Handout #22". The title and label of the second sheet has been covered with two white stickers and has been re-titled "Speaking the Word".
This file appears to illustrate the editorial efforts of Nouwen to adjust and adapt his earlier lecture notes for the summer course at Boston College.

Accepting the Word handout for 1985 summer course

File consists of two pages of photocopied and annotated lecture notes. The first sheet is titled "Accepting the Word" and in the upper right-hand corner is labelled "Handout #11". The second sheet is also titled "Accepting the Word" but does not contain the numbered label.
This file appears to illustrate the editorial efforts of Nouwen to adjust and adapt his earlier lecture notes for the summer course at Boston College.

Opposing the Word (Light and Darkness) handout for 1985 lecture course

File consists of five pages of photocopied and annotated lecture notes. There are two pages of lecture notes titled "Light and Darkness" that appear to be from Nouwen's earlier courses at Harvard (this handout is labeled "Handout #9"). The second lecture note is a single double-sided sheet which was formerly titled "Light and Darkness" but has been crossed out and annotated as "Opposing the Word (Light and Word)" in Nouwen's hand. As well, "Handout #9" has been crossed out. Liquid paper has also been used on this sheet. The final lecture notes appear to be the final product of Nouwen's annotations: they are two pages of double sided lecture notes titled "Opposing the Word: (Light and Darkness)" and do not contain a number.
This file appears to illustrate the editorial efforts of Nouwen to adjust and adapt his earlier lecture notes for the summer course at Boston College.

Handouts for 1985 summer lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2226
  • Dossier
  • [between July 8 - 19, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of four pages of photocopied handouts. Three of these pages are typed Psalms (Psalm 23,25 and 27). The other page is a photocopied excerpt from Nouwen's book "Gracias".
These particular handouts do not appear in the bound volume for Boston College. However, Nouwen frequently had worship services after his classes and it is possible that these handouts would have been distributed at that time.

Handout of a comprehensive bibliography on Christian spirituality for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2225
  • Dossier
  • [between May - July 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of three copies of a 67-page bibliography compiled by Nouwen for students of his Boston College class. This bibliography is an exact duplicate of an earlier handout distributed by Nouwen in his spring 1985 course at Harvard Divinity School, except the title page. The collection includes bibliographies on spiritual direction, Western mysticism, Ignatian spirituality, Eastern Christian theology, Hesychasm and Russian spirituality and a list of resource centers on Eastern Christianity.

Handout originals for 1985 summer lecture course

File consists of handwritten, annotated, typed and photocopied handout originals. Liquid paper has been used on many of these documents to conceal labels used in Nouwen's 1985 Harvard course. One document in this file contains a note from Peter Weiskel reading "David - file with B.C. Handout originals". Many of the typed lecture notes contain annotations relating to typing and photocopying instructions.

Lecture notes and handouts for 1985 lecture course

File consists of a bound volume of handwritten, annotated, typed and photocopied summary lecture notes and handouts for Nouwen's lecture course. The bound volume includes a class list, small group lists, lecture schedule as well as a course syllabus. There are typed handouts summarizing the lectures as well as a series of handwritten lecture notes, and annotated handouts by Nouwen. Included in the bound volume are a number of bibliographies on such topics as the Gospel of John, journal-keeping, as well as a copy of the 65-page bibliography on Christian spirituality compiled by Nouwen. Included in the handouts is a typed reflection by a student in the class, as well as a typed summary responding to a visit from John Vesey to the class on February 19, 1985. As well, there is also a typed letter from Nouwen and his teaching assistants responding to the students' mid-term course evaluations.
Included in the bound volume is a 67 page typed manuscript by Nouwen titled "Being at Home: Spiritual Reflections on Intimacy, Fecundity and Ecstasy." This text would later be published as "Lifesigns: intimacy, fecundity and ecstasy in Christian perspective" in 1986.
There are also a number of photocopied articles in the bound volume, namely:
-Krister Stendahl's "To Think and To Pray" a convocation address from 1984 from the H.D.S. Bulletin
-Wendy Mary Beckett's "Simple Prayer"
-"Letter from Taize"

Handout of a parable for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2219
  • Dossier
  • [between April 16 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two copies of a typed parable by Nouwen and has been labelled "Handout #43". The two documents have been typed using different font. One page appears to be the original copy.

Handout on ecstasy for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2218
  • Dossier
  • [between April 2 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two double-sided pages of typed lecture summary notes. The title of this lecture is "Ecstasy" and is labelled "Handout #41".

Sample letters from Refugee Alert

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2217
  • Dossier
  • [between April 2 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two photocopies which were most likely distributed as handouts. These two documents are found filed in between Handout #40 and Handout #41 in the bound volume (see file 2178). These handouts do not contain a label however. They are samples of chain letters which students can send to family and friends and members of Congress.

Handout on fecundity for 1985 lecture course

  • CA ON00389 F4-7-1-2216
  • Dossier
  • [between April 2 - 25, 1985]
  • Fait partie de Henri Nouwen fonds

File consists of two copies of lecture summary notes. The title of the lecture is "Fecundity" and is labelled "Handout #40". One of the copies has been heavily annotated by Nouwen.

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