Early community history in U.S.A., 1861-1983.

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Vincentians. Early community history in U.S.A., 1861-1983.

Early community history in U.S.A., 1861-1983.

Diaries of Vincentian Fathers describing the founding and development of missions in Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Missouri, 1861-1907. Maps show route taken by the first Vincentians in those areas and of the distribution of Vincentians worldwide. Transcriptions of letters, accounts, unpublished manuscripts, statistics, published speeches, and articles about founding and growth of Vincentian Fathers and their various seminaries and missions. Correspondence of Vincentians concerning missionary work, many microfilmed with transcription summaries, 1816-1915; and ordination papers, 1853-1883. Books and news clippings providing historical background of missions. Material for Tercentenary Celebration of St. Vincent de Paul's death, including photographs, programs, news clippings, correspondence, addresses, and associated documents, 1960.

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