File 26 - Page 26 of Album 5

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CA ON00389 1-15-3-26

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Page 26 of Album 5

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  • [1947 - 1954] (Creation)

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9 photographs : b&w ; mounted on paper

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(1932-1996)

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File consists of page 26 of Album 5. There are nine photographs on the page [P6712, P6713, P6714, P6715, P6716, P6717, P6718, P6719, P6720]. Taken in August 1952 while on vacation with Boeb van der Hoorn while visiting Pastor [Scheiderberg?], the photos consist primarily of scenic shots around the the Lemé and Liesse-Notre-Dame communes in the Picardy region of France. Also included is a photo of Henri Nouwen with the Francois and Liesje Tombeur in Antwerp, Belgium where he spent the night while travelling to France.The annotations on the page read: "Vacantie Aug 1952. Met Boeb van der Hoorn bij Pastoor Scheiderberg in Lemé" [Vacation August 1952 with Boeb van der Hoorn at Pastor Scheiderber's in Lemé], "Op doorreis naar Lemé een nachtje in Antwerpen bij Mijnheer en Mevr Tombeur", "Met de trein van Brussel naar S. Quentin", "De pastorie in Lemé van voren", "van achteren", "de pastoor 'pastor angelicus", "In de tuin", "naar Marles", "Kerk van Liesse" and "naar Laon op achtergrond Kathedraal".

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2014 04

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Box 5

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