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University of St. Michael's College, John M. Kelly Library, Special Collections
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Photograph of sunset

Item consists of a slide (taken from a rocky shore, across water) of the sun setting between two islands.

Photograph of two unidentified men

Item consists of a slide of two unidentified men wearing broad-rimmed hats; four horses are also visible carrying large tin barrels.

Photograph of two unidentified men

Item consists of a slide of two unidentified men wearing broad-rimmed hats, lifting large tin barrels off their horses to place on the ground.

Photograph of unidentified woman

Item consists of a slide of an unidentified woman, wearing a dress, apron and broad-rimmed hat, standing in front of a green and white house.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of one photograph of Nouwen with an unidentified young man. They are leaning back against a white car. They are on a dirt road, and there are fields and trees beside them and into the distance. Nouwen is wearing all black and his priest's collar.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of one photograph of Nouwen standing on a scaffold which is against a wall of a house that is being constructed. He is talking with a man, wearing all blue, standing next to him. Nouwen is wearing all black.

Photograph of Nouwen

Item consists of one photograph of Nouwen, wearing all black, standing on a scaffold and working on the construction of a wooden house. A man (also pictured in P3315) is working with Nouwen. There is a third man working on constructing the roof.

Photograph of Henri Nouwen building a house

Item consists of one photograph of Nouwen standing on a scaffold and helping to build a house. A man is visible on the roof, and a second man is just below Nouwen. Nouwen is holding a hammer and pretending to hammer the head of the man standing below him. All three men are smiling. Nouwen is wearing black pants and a black shirt, as well as glasses.

Photographs of Nouwen and others

File consists of 4 slides featuring photographs of a trip taken by Nouwen, including two photographs of Nouwen. Nouwen is with an unidentified group of people. In three of the photographs, Nouwen and those with him are on a large boat, perhaps a ferry (there are benches in one photograph). The last photograph was taken in a city (a city is visible in the background of one of the earlier photographs).

Photograph of identified men

Item consists of one slide, taken on a boat, depicting a group of men laying on the deck of the boat. Several of them are wearing bathing suits and appear to be sunbathing.

Photographs of unknown trip

File consists of 91 slides of a trip taken by Nouwen to Washington, D.C. and perhaps Florida, including two photographs of Nouwen. The purposes of this trip are unknown. There are several unidentified people in the photographs. Depicted in the photographs is: an older couple standing in a doorway, a gas station (named 'American'), views of Washington, D.C., the Capitol Building, a beach (likely Florida or another southern State), the White House, several aerial shots taken from an airplane (including a view showing the city of Washington, D.C., as well as of the Lincoln Memorial and Mall), the Washington Monument with an unidentified man in the foreground, the Lincoln Memorial, unidentified landscapes (some of water), the Iwo Jima memorial, some photographs possibly taken on or from a boat, photographs with trees that are in southern states (such as palm trees), and an unidentified woman reading. Some photographs in the series P4200 - P4236 feature the same unidentified young man.

Photograph of Nouwen at the Capitol Building

Item consists of one slide of Henri Nouwen sitting on the steps of the United States Capitol Building in Washington, D.C. This building is where the United States Congress meets. It is not a close-up shot, but Nouwen can be seen facing to the left of the camera, with his arms on his knees. He is wearing all black and a priest's collar.

Photograph of Nouwen at the White House

Item consists of one slide of Henri Nouwen standing in front of an entrance to the White House in Washington, D.C. Nouwen is wearing all black, including a black suit jacket, and his priest's collar. He is smiling at the camera.

Commercial slides

File consists of 137 commercial slides, collected by Nouwen. These slides feature images of a statue of Erasmus (Rotterdam, the Netherlands); the steamer boat "President" (New Orleans, LA); Bourbon Street in New Orleans, LA; images of the S.S. Maasdam of the Holland America Line (possibly the ship on which Nouwen worked as chaplain in 1961); Mammoth Cave, KY; Sawyer's demonstration slide of a Mirascreen projection for slides; Curacao; unknown South American city; 'New York City Skyscrapers'; 'Pope Paul VI in the U.S.A.'; University of Notre Dame (Notre Dame, IN); New York City, NY; Native American dancers from Buffalo Ranch; two sets of slides featuring the Abbey of Gethsemani (Trappist, KY); Mexico; Mexican folklore dances; 'My Old Kentucky Home' (photographs of a home and actors inside); the Grand Canyon National Park, AZ; Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia in Cordoba, Mexico; paintings by Holbein and Frans Hals; and the Gemini IV space walk from June 3-7, 1965.

Photographs of Houston, Louisiana, Miami

File consists of 40 slides featuring photographs likely of Houston, TX, Baton Rouge or New Orleans, LA, and Miami, FL. It is unknown when these photographs were taken, but it is possible they were taken around the time Nouwen was staying in Powhatan, LA, in 1962. Photographs feature landscapes and buildings, and a few unidentified people, including three nuns.

Photographs of New Mexico

File consists of 116 photographs taken in New Mexico, most likely taken by Nouwen while on a trip to New Mexico with his parents. These photographs mostly feature landscapes and buildings: desert, forests, and rock formations. Some photographs feature the San Miguel chapel at San Miguel Mission, the Chaco Canyon ruins, some Pueblos, and a red Volkswagen Beetle car, which Nouwen and his parents likely drove while in New Mexico. Several of the photographs feature Nouwen's parents. Three photographs feature Nouwen.

Photograph of Henri Nouwen and Maria Nouwen

Item consists of one photograph of Henri Nouwen and his mother, Maria Nouwen. They are standing on a large sand dune. They are facing each other, though slightly angled towards the camera. Nouwen has his hands on his hips and is looking into the distance. He is wearing dark pants, a collared shirt, and a light sweater with the sleeves rolled up. He is also barefoot. Maria Nouwen is holding her shoes in her hands.

Photographs of Topeka, Kansas

File consists of 127 photographs taken while Nouwen was working at the Menninger Clinic in Topeka, KS. The photographs feature landscapes, the outside of the Menninger Clinic buildings, unidentified people (including several children), a group of men hunting in the winter, a group of men riding horses (including one photograph of Nouwen and several taken from the back of a horse), a red Volkswagen Beetle car, a large group of men in a line entering a large building (possibly a capitol building?), some of a lunar module outside (possibly taken in Houston?). These photographs were likely taken by Nouwen between November 1964 and November 1965.

Photographs of Mexico

File consists of 39 photographs, mostly likely taken by Nouwen, in Mexico. One photograph features Nouwen and one photograph features Nouwen's parents. Featured in the photographs is Guadalajara cathedral, a fountain in Guadalajara, other churches, views of city streets, and photographs taken in a rural area with views of mountains and a town with a large church.

Photograph of Laurent J.M. Nouwen and Maria Nouwen in Guadalajara

Item consists of one photograph of Henri Nouwen's parents, Laurent J.M. Nouwen and Maria Nouwen. They are standing on steps in front of a fountain. They are facing towards the camera, and Maria Nouwen is smiling at the camera. Laurent J.M. Nouwen is looking to his left.

Photographs of University of Notre Dame and Colorado

File consists of 43 photographs from August to September 1966, most likely taken by Nouwen. Photographs feature images taken at the University of Notre Dame, including photographs of the University Administration building, the Sacred Heart Church, and the Notre Dame Memorial Library. There is an unidentified couple pictured in several of the photographs from the University of Notre Dame; the woman is wearing a green dress. There are also photographs taken inside a train, and photographs of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.

Photographs of University of Notre Dame versus Purdue football

File consists of 35 photographs of a football game between the University of Notre Dame and Purdue University from 1966. These photographs were most likely taken by Nouwen. Contents of photographs include: the crowd in the stands, the marching bands on the field, the Purdue mascot and a large bass drum, close-up shots of the marching bands outside of the stadium, and crowds outside the stadium. A second group of photographs depict the game as well as the Notre Dame marching band in a park area.

Miscellaneous photographs

File consists of four slides featuring miscellaneous photographs. Two of the photographs feature Henri Nouwen; in both photographs he is reading a pamphlet or magazine. One photograph features Nouwen's parents, Laurent J. M. and Maria Nouwen, dressed more formally and standing outside, possibly at a horse race. The fourth photograph features Laurent J. M. Nouwen sitting in a study smoking a pipe while a young girl, possibly Nouwen's niece, smiles at the camera.

Photograph of Henri Nouwen

Item consists of 1 slide of a photograph of Henri Nouwen. Nouwen is crouching in front of a coffee table and is looking at a pamphlet in his lap. The photograph features Nouwen in profile. He is wearing a dark suit and shirt with his priest's collar.

Photograph of Henri Nouwen

Item consists of 1 slide of a photograph of Henri Nouwen. Nouwen is sitting in a chair with his legs crossed. Bookcases are visible behind him. He is looking at a pamphlet that he is holding up in his lap. He is wearing a dark suit and shirt and a white priest's collar.

Page 2 of Album 3

File consists of page 2 of Album 3. There are seven photographs on the page [P6406, P6407, P6408, P6409, P6410, P6411, P6412]. Henri Nouwen is seen giving a talk and conversing with attendees at an unknown event.

Page 3 of Album 3

File consists of page 3 of Album 3. There are six photographs on the page [P6413, P6414, P6415, P6416, P6417, P6418]. Included are photos of Henri Nouwen relaxing outside in Aspen, Colorado in May 1972; Henri Nouwen at an outdoor event at Yale Divinity School in 1974; Henri Nouwen conversing with John Yates and a Jesuit student at the Instituto de Idiomas in Cochabamba, Bolivia in July 1972; and Henri Nouwen giving a talk.

The annotations on the back of the photos read:

P6413 (Nouwen): Mei Aspen '72

P6414 (Nouwen): Aspen Mei '72

P6415 (Nouwen?): Yale Divinity School zomer 1974

P6416 (Nouwen): Langauge Institute in Cochabamba, Bolivia - Talking during [?] with John Yates and Jesuit student Juli '72

Page 10 of Album 3

File consists of page 10 of Album 3. There is one photograph on the page [P6432]. Taken by Ron van den Bosch, the photo shows Henri Nouwen standing on a street in Utrecht. His eyes are closed and the Dom Tower is visible in the background.

Page 11 of Album 3

File consists of page 11 of Album 3. There is one photograph on the page [P6433]. Taken by Ron van den Bosch, the photo is a head shot of Henri Nouwen in Utrecht.

Page 12 of Album 3

File consists of page 12 of Album 3. There is one photograph on the page [P6434]. Take by Ron van den Bosch, the photo is a full-body shot of Henri Nouwen leaning against a post along a canal in Utrecht.

Page 16 of Album 3

File consists of page 16 of Album 3. There are five photographs on the page [P6444, P6445, P6446, P6447, P6448]. Taken in 1974, by Br. Anthony Weber, during his time at the Abbey of the Genesee in Piffard, New York, Henri Nouwen is seen having a meal and reflecting.

Page 19 of Album 3

le consists of page 19 of Album 3. There are six photographs on the page [P6458, P6459, P6460, P6461, P6462, P6463]. Henri Nouwen is seen in an unidentified home in Vermont during a retreat between August 16 to 30, 1970 and standing at the side of a dirt road in 1971. Also included is a photo of Don McNeill and [Claude Pomerleau?] reading outdoors and photos of guesthouses and the beginnings of the new Church at the Abbey of the Genesee in October 1974.

The annotations on the back of the photos read:

P6460: One of the guesthouses on the property of the Abbey of the Genesee - 'Bethany' - made during retreat of students of [Geneseo?] State College Oct '74 Photo by Peggy [Straub?]

P6461: Beginnings of the New Church at the Abbey of the Genesee - October - 1974

P6462: Guesthouse - Abbey of the Genesee

Page 6 of Album 5

File consists of page 6 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6609, P6610, P6611, P6612, P6613, P6614, P6615]. The photos were taken in the late 1940s during a Sint Nicolaas festival in Amersfoort, which is traditionally held on December 5th in the Netherlands. Included among shots of a large crowd moving through the streets, following a man dressed as Sint Nicolaas, is a photo of Henri Nouwen dressed-up as Zwarte Piet (Black Pete).

Page 9 of Album 5

File consists of page 9 of Album 5. There are six photographs on the page [P6632, P6633, P6634, P6635, P6636, P6637]. Included are photos of Arthur and Lillenor Habvard, sitting in wicker chairs on a beach, in Scheveningen with Laurent Nouwen in September 1948; Henri, Maria, Laurent, Laurent J.M., Laurien and Paul Nouwen in Scheveningen at the side of their home; Arthur and Lillenor Habvard seated outdoors with Maria and Laurent Nouwen in Meijendel, the Netherlands, in September 1948; Laurent J.M. Nouwen with a horse in Beaxem, where the Nouwen's were summering; and two boys named Paulo and Luca [Cavatorta?] at the Colosseum in 1950.

Page 14 of Album 5

File consists of page 14 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6662, P6663, P6664, P6665, P6666, P6667, P6668, P6669]. Taken during the summer of 1951 on a trip to Italy, Henri Nouwen is seen at various locations including Castelli Romani; Castel San Pietro near Palestrina; the [Sacra di?] San Michele; the Basilica of San Francesco; a monastery in Assisi; and in Frascati. A Mr. Parri appears in some of the photos. Also included is a photo taken at the canonization of Maria Goretti at Saint Peter's Basilica in 1950. The annotations on the page read: "1951 met signor Parri [?] met [?] Castelli Romani", "1951 De bibliothecairs van Seminario Maggiore te Napels", "1950 Op San Michele verte Turin", "1951 Castle San Pietro boven Palestrina", "1951 met Signor Parri in Frascati", "1951 Plein voor San Francesco in Assisi", "1951 boven Palestrina" and "1950 Heiligverklaring van Maria Goretti".

Page 20 of Album 5

File consists of page 20 of Album 5. There are six photographs on the page [P6688, P6689, P6690, P6691]. Taken in 1949, there is a photo of Henri Nouwen with his cousin Benno Laumans (glasses), his uncle Quirin Laumans (suit) and other [members of the Laumans family?] while visiting the minor seminary in Apeldoorn. Also included are a photo of the Chapel on the grounds; a photo of Henri Nouwen in the President's Garden; and a photo of Laurien and Laurent Nouwen at Westbroek Park in The Hague. The annotations on the page read: "Vertrek van Benno", "1949. Eerste kennismaking met [?] Seminarie Apeldoorn door bij woning van goede-week plechtigheden. Voor Benno Laumans waren dit de laatste dagen in Apeldoorn voor mij de eerste..", "De Kapel [metrij?] vleugel waarvan de aula", "[Int?] praesidents tuintje" and "Wim en Laurien [?] Westbroek Park".

Page 25 of Album 5

File consists of page 25 of Album 5. There are three photographs on the page [P6709, P6710, P6711]. Taken May 3, 1951 on the day of Laurent Nouwen's First Communion, Laurien Nouwen is seen with Laurent and Maria Nouwen. Also included is a photo of Paul Nouwen.

Page 28 of Album 5

File consists of page 28 of Album 5. There is one photograph on the page [P6730]. In a blurry snapshot, an unidentified man in a suit and overcoat stands smoking in front of a railing.

Page 31 of Album 5

File consists of page 31 of Album 5. There are eight photographs on the page [P6739, P6740, P6741, P6742, P6743, P6744, P6745, P6746]. Taken in August 1953, Henri Nouwen is seen with Netty and Jock Balfour and their [children?], Corry and Elisabeth, in Leven Scotland, including at the beach. The annotation on the page reads: "Augustus 1953 bij Jock en Netty Balfour in Leven met Corry en Elisabeth" [August 1953 with Jock and Netty Balfour in Leven with Corry and Elisabeth].

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