Catholic Authors manuscript collection, [1940-1954].

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Sullivan, Richard, 1908-1981. Catholic Authors manuscript collection, [1940-1954].

Catholic Authors manuscript collection, [1940-1954].

Final manuscripts by Hilaire Belloc, Joseph A. Brieg Katherine Burton, Paul Bussard, Dorothy Day, August Derleth, Edward Garesche, S.J., Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, O.P., James Gillis, C.S.P., Matthew Hoehn, O.S.B., Caryll Houselander, Ronald Knox, Peter Maurin, Thomas Merton, John A. O'Brien, Mother Paul, O.S.B., Agnes Repplier, Edgar Schmiedler, O.S.B., Fulton J. Sheen, Yves Simon, Francis Cardinal Spellman, Evelyn Waugh, Donald Attwater, Joseph A. Breig, James Connolly, Francis P. Keyes, Sister M. Madeleva, C.S.C., Richard Sullivan, and Leo R. Ward. Photographs of prominent Catholic authors. Including Dorothy Day, Hilaire Belloc, Frank Sheed, Graham Greene, Owen Francis Dudley, Sister Maris Stella, Francois Mauriac, Reginald Garrigou-Lagrange, Clare Boothe Luce, Raissa Maritain, Evelyn Waugh and Leo R. Ward.

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